We will put our feet against the head of the enemy and crush the python spirit by stepping on the enemy's neck.-- Max Blumenthal on an instructive moment in the rise of 'true believers' in the contemporary Republican Party: an occasion on which Bishop Muthee and another pastor led the Wasilla congregation in casting out witches.
14 September 2009
Escape from freedom
Posted by Caspar Henderson at 12:02
Labels: psychology, snake, U.S.
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Judging by another excerpt from Blumenthal's book(click my name), the "python spirit" may be that of intellectuals.
Wasilla Assembly of God was in thrall to a radical Pentecostal trend once denounced by church authorities as heresy. Called the Third Wave, it was rooted in an explicitly anti-intellectual creation myth. According to the Third Wave’s founding father, William Branham, a rural Canadian preacher, Satan had sex with Eve and gave birth to Cain—the so-called “Serpent Seed.” “Through Cain came all the smart, educated people down to the antediluvian ﬂood—the intellectuals, bible colleges,” Branham wrote. “They know all their creeds but know nothing about God.”
I can't wait to get this book.
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