Happy Easter A2K

Reply Sun 12 Apr, 2009 11:22 am
an oldie but goodie

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Diest TKO
Reply Sun 12 Apr, 2009 04:57 pm
Summary: Are Your Children Playing With Lucifer's Testicles? is a Bible based book for Christian parents who by lack of faith can't afford to send their children to a decent Christian school. Their precious youngsters are infected by the secular filth and lies being taught by unsaved teachers in America's public school system. The book teaches parents how to easily explain to their children that Easter (as it is celebrated by the Unsaved) has absolutely nothing to do with Jesus Christ but is actually a holiday celebrating lewd and sexually explicit pagan rituals of fertility. "It's not that difficult to understand," says Author/Creation Scientist, Dr. Daniel Cameroon. "In the old days, deluded pagans would gather round and hump like bunnies on Easter Sunday because they thought it would make their tomatoes grow faster." Dr. Cameroon explains that it doesn't matter what god or idol the Pagans were humping under on Easter Sunday, because any god other than "Jesus" is "Satan." Dr. Cameroon dedicates four chapters in the book to Easter Eggs. "Easter Eggs are one of the wiliest tools of the Devil," he says. "Pagan kids didn't have anything to do on Easter Sunday because their mommies and daddies were stuck in a false temple all day, naked and writhing around with their neighbors in Satanic orgies of the flesh. You see, parents had to come up with a way to occupy their children while they were away from home, praying and fornicating under the altar of Satan. And since they didn't have babysitters back then, they gave their kids eggs to play with and sometimes paint," he says. "But the reason they chose eggs had nothing to do with any sort of fertility or fertilizers (as some misguided Christian historians would have you believe). Nope, it was because of Lucifer's testicles! Glory to God! And I won't say a word more about it! I don't want to ruin the book for you!"

Are Your Children Playing With Lucifer's Testicles? (The Truth About Easter Eggs) is a wonderfully informative and well-researched Christian book which consolidates a 2-month Adult Remedial Sunday School series into two-hundred exciting and easy to read pages along with memorable illustrations. Are Your Children Playing With Lucifer's Testicles? or "PWLT" as the book is now referred to in the Southern Baptist Sunday School Teachers catalogue takes the reader on an unforgettable journey that traces the pagan (Satanic) origins of secular (Satanic) Easter, with a specific focus on the origin of "Easter Eggs."

Source: http://www.landoverbaptist.org/eastereggs.html

Happy Spring Equinox, Yall.

Trust them, they're doctors.
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Reply Mon 13 Apr, 2009 05:32 am
Easter in Slovakia. For once I am glad to have a job in the Netherlands :-)

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Reply Mon 13 Apr, 2009 08:57 am
Hehe, that looks like fun though!
What's the custom behind it, Dagmar?
Reply Mon 13 Apr, 2009 08:59 am
it is fun, in retrospect...

it has pagan origins related to welcoming of spring (nothing to do with Jesus or Christianity). It is about fertility and health.... and drinking of course.
Reply Mon 13 Apr, 2009 09:02 am
Ah I thought so! Fertility and water are always connected in such old rituals.
So next year, will be your year again Wink
Reply Mon 13 Apr, 2009 09:07 am
my year and my rear, yes.

the water, young willow branches plaited into a whip, eggs -- all to do with fertility. it is spring, after all...everything is either procreating, or thinking of procreation Smile
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Reply Mon 13 Apr, 2009 09:58 am
I fixed an easter dinner for Butrflynet. Deep fried shrimp coated with shredded coconut, with sides of asian vegetables and asparagus. Dessert was angle food cake slices topped with strawberries and vanila bean ice cream.

Even thought they watched patiently, Dolly and Maddy dogs didn't get any. Mean cook!

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