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A Couple of my Favorite 'Cult Leaders' ....
Sacred Scribe of "BOB", Rev. Ivan Stang,
Church of The SubGenius, the ONLY cult that offers salvation or TRIPLE your money back!
Malachi Zodoq York,
Holy Tabernacle Ministries, Ancient Mystical Order of Melchizedek, Nuwabuian Nation of Moors, The Washitaw chief "black Eagle" ..etc, etc, (simultaneously!!!)

Short rant on Dr. york, who was trying to supplant 'Southern Baptist' as the dominant Black religion in the Southern USA.

Here's the GREAT thing about Dr. York "The Love Man" ....
he likes to assume the High level Spiritual/Adept Status from many belief systems, he just goes ahead on his own and does it. Former Black Panther and associate of Louis Farrakhan, he founded the Nubian Islamic Hebrews in Brooklyn in the mid-70s. That wasn't enough, he kept spinning off more and more permutations of spiritual adept personas. He formed his own branch of The Ancient Mystical Order of Melchizedek, and Order of the rosy Cross ... although he wasn't a legitimately accepted Freemason - so hey, no prob ....
He just bought all the regalia, was thrifty enough to get some rare props and said "this is my Lodge - join me in the Great Work" and made it a partial reality ... too much! An Egyptian High Pries of the Ancient Mysteries -hey, just get him a costume and the rest seems to come naturally.

This guy has a fantastic ability to assume multiple interconnected religious personas
... Masonic shriner High initiate, Native american Shaman Chief, groovy lounge singer, reincarnated Egyptian ruler, savior incarnate, Muslim Immam, UFO contactee and "Walk-in" ... the Trickster Alleister Crowley had this same ability to just create and assimilate diverse cults and 'become' each of them ... but Crowley was uptight, ego-driven and had something to prove and pulled the curtains back over whatever light he may have received. Dr. york at least somewhat "tells it like it is"
He even got a bit of high-level support in the black community: The Rev. Al Sharpton led a rally in 1999 in Eatonton opposing shutting down the group 's unlicensed nightclub. In a rally in April 2000 at Tama-Re, the Rev. Jesse Jackson told a cheering crowd that the Nuwaubians were "living the American dream."

here is a short gallery of his alternate metaphysical personalities.
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Mystic Shrine Pontiff
Orthodox Immam
Most Prussiant Master Mason
Cosmic ET Messenger
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** I first noticed some weird fliers for the HTM Nuwabuian Church when i lived in jackson mississippi. I eventually pieced together it was an afro-centric ufo religion. I attended a half dozen church meetings where they told a lot of young and old african-ameicans about UFO's DNA, genetic engineering, conspiracy theories, the illuminati, space colonies, secret warfare, UV rays, and all sorts of wild-ass stuff. It was a hoot!! Especially being the ONLY white guy there while they taught about the semi-inherent superior extra-terra-astral nature of nubian beings and their "9-ether" blood"! LOL! In the deep mississippi south, with it's racial history - the irony was beautiful and I was not offended at all! The ones i met were very well informed, articulate, calm mannered, focused and almost monastic folks ... very likable. but i think their guru is a nut, however a loveable one who works his ass off ... he gets soome credit; if only for writing ALL HIS BOOKS IN ALL CAPS!!!! YOU HEAR ME??? ALL CAPS ALL THE TIME!!!! 1000'S OF PAGES!!! i still have a great one .... called "IS GOD A WIMP?", as well as "the Mystery Clouds:Are they UFOs?"
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Left: York poster i found in jackson mississippi(!) around 1993.
Zodoq's pyramid complex in Eatanton Georgia.
UPDATE: York bought land in georgia and built temples and pyramids on the land, after clashes with the local police because of the Groups semi-militant apocalyptic beliefs - York was arrested for child-abuse. I'm not sure if it was real or to get rid of this strange growing black ufo-cult in rural georgia. anyhow ... york is still an impressively Zany cult-leader.
ok, enough religion,
Brush off your Antennae for ..... SUPER BUG PORN EXCITEMENT !!!

**bug porn
created by artist on alt.slack newsgroup. possibly by 'Lemur'
WIRED AGAIN? - speaking of bugs ... this is not from a conspiracy theorist, but from the lead NASA imaging specialist for the Cassini space probe at Saturn, this composite image shows the 'wire' that Goerge Bush wore during the debate with John Kerry.

SALON.com - Oct. 29, 2004 | George W. Bush tried to laugh off the bulge. "I don't know what that is," he said on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday, referring to the infamous protrusion beneath his jacket during the presidential debates. "I'm embarrassed to say it's a poorly tailored shirt."

Dr. Robert M. Nelson, however, was not laughing. He knew the president was not telling the truth. And Nelson is neither conspiracy theorist nor midnight blogger. He's a senior research scientist for NASA and for Caltech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and an international authority on image analysis. Currently he's engrossed in analyzing digital photos of Saturn's moon Titan, determining its shape, whether it contains craters or canyons. For the past week, while at home, using his own computers, and off the clock at Caltech and NASA, Nelson has been analyzing images of the president's back during the debates. A professional physicist and photo analyst for more than 30 years, he speaks earnestly and thoughtfully about his subject.

"I am willing to stake my scientific reputation to the statement that Bush was wearing something under his jacket during the debate," he says. "This is not about a bad suit. And there's no way the bulge can be described as a wrinkled shirt." ~ Dr. Robert M. Nelson, authority on image analysis for NASA.

Nelson and a scientific colleague produced the photos from a videotape, recorded by the colleague, who has chosen to remain anonymous, of the first debate. The images provide the most vivid details yet of the bulge beneath the president's suit. Amateurs have certainly had their turn at examining the bulge, but no professional with a résumé as impressive as Nelson's has ventured into public with an informed opinion. In fact, no one to date has enhanced photos of Bush's jacket to this degree of precision, and revealed what appears to be some kind of mechanical device with a wire snaking up the president's shoulder toward his neck and down his back to his waist.

George W. Bush possibly is wearing a medical device for "persons at risk of cardiac arrest." It is a LifeVest wearable defibrillator. He started using it sometime after his January 2002 fainting spell, which was attributed to choking. Based on photos showing him wearing the device, one can conclude the fainting was due to atrial fibrillation (AF), which his father also had. His father's AF was caused by Graves' hyperthyroidism, which his mother also has. Bush likely has AF and less likely Graves', based on his family history and symptoms. The AF may have caused a stroke or TIA (mini-stroke), of which physicians watching the debates detected symptoms. Observers have noted psychological symptoms consistent with this and with Wernicke-Korsakoff disease.

some scenes from an anti-drug phamplet put out in the 70's by the Mexican govt (?) the LSD one is Priceless !!!!

THAT TOTALLY ROCKS! OMFG, man !!!! LOL, Look at His EYES!!
Bowzer from Sha-na-na .... or Grease ... or Something
WTF? What kind of strange primal energy is this man tapped into? He just may be my new GURU .....

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