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----- Original Message -----
From: PM
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 5:30 PM
Subject: Humanism?
Salu Patrick,


I read the below expert along with all published Journals and I find that I am still having some difficulty understanding Secular Humanism. I find that you have an excellent way of explaining things, so much so that if I don’t understand something I simply go to the Hello Central Archives, to search for that which escapes understanding. You truly are a gifted writer. On that note, can you tell me what is meant by the sentence highlighted in yellow please and thank you.



Judeo-America A Nation Under The Pharisees 10/11/92  #1   HATONN:I DID NOTSAY: "JUDEO-CHRISTIAN" WHO AM I AND WHAT IS "THIS" MISSION?

Hatton Writes:



With the Bible an unknown Book to our secularized rulers and people, and with its light obscured by the screens of modern "knowledge", we are bound to falter, mistaking evil for good and remaining subjected to demonic schemes.  "Humanity", writes Mullins,

"... has existed under a considerable disadvantage, unable to recognize or understand evil before being injured by it.  Indeed, the great movement of modern history has been to disguise the presence of evil on the earth, to make light of it, to convince humanity that evil is to be "tolerated", "treated with greater understanding", or negotiated with, but under no circumstances should it ever be forcibly opposed.  This is the principal point of what has come to be known as secular humanism.  The popular, and apparently sensible, appeal of humanism is that humanity would always place human interests first.  The problem is that this very humanism can be traced in an unbroken line all the way back to the Biblical "Curse of Canaan".  Humanism is the logical result of the demonology of history."  [H:  And herein lies the full intent of the University of Science and Philosophy and Lao Russel (I did not say Walter Russel).  It is proclaimed that Walter became, with Lao, a "humanist".  This is not so; you cannot be a "humanist" and reflect the intent and projection of GOD!]  The Christian revolt, I repeat, has to be radical and thorough.  Its aim is to overthrow the atheistic materialists, under whatever glittering disguises (power, riches, fame, political recognition) they may operate, and reestablish the Kingship of Christ over all areas and values: education, culture, media, politics, economy and wherever the spiritual and moral health of human beings is concerned.

Love and Light





FROM:  Patrick H. Bellringer
     TO:  PM
DATE:  Feb. 26, 2014
Dear PM:
    Thank you for your kind remarks and your question concerning "humanism".  You are a gifted Truthseeker to ask such a question.
    I think of humanism as looking at life and its problems from man's point-of view rather than from God's point-of-view.  We seek rational or intellectual ways of solving human problems with little or no regard for the spiritual or the Divine aspect.  One who is spiritually enlightened cannot be a humanist.
    Let's take an example.  A violent person is referred to a psychiatrist, who determines that the person is mentally ill and should be given drug therapy, while the person is possessed by evil spirits or demons and needs exorcism and an understanding of how and why this happens and how to stop it
    Bankers and judges commit high crimes, so we make more regulations, when they need to be replaced with people of high morals and integrity.  There is more crime, so we add more policemen and policewomen, when the real problem is evil in the lives and hearts of the people.  Most of the so-called spiritual Gurus today are humanists.  They project a paradise or "Heaven on Earth" to their followers in our 3D world, where all human needs and concerns will be addressed.  Yet, they have no answers to controlling selfishness, greed and evil in general.  How do you change the human heart to Goodness?
    The Laws of God and Creation are given to us to understand God's point-of-view, to help us move beyond humanism or man's point-of-view and live the impossible---to do the possible with Divine help.  As Hatonn says, " You cannot be a 'humanist' and reflect the intent and projection of God".  Faith in the impossible, the miracle, is beyond the comprehension of the humanist.
 In Love and Light,
Patrick H. Bellringer
REF:  "Judeo-America:  A Nation Under the Pharisees", p. 7.