SmartCards On Clergy And Religions

Chaitanya Jyothi Museum Opening, 2000

In the Name of The Father, and of The Son and of The Holy Spirit, Amen.



It is my contention (also here), in light of peace-producing and war-producing impulses in the human heart, that when humanity enjoys times of genuine peace and prosperity, that is because genuine clergy predominate in leadership of what are genuine religions, and when humanity groans under the grief of division and war, that is because demonic clergy predominate in leadership of what are in actuality demonic religions.

Even, it can be asserted, the degree of peace or war which is extant is directly proportional to the degree of genuine or demonic leadership of genuine or demonic religion.

Governments can and must help establish peace with their several instruments, but the decisive power in this regard is with the quality of the religious leadership, and always will be, and that means, ultimately, with human effort of all kinds, guided by Providence, to ensure that genuine clergy lead the religions.

In all cases, when there is trouble more wide-spread than locally, the blame for it should be fixed not firstly on government but on genuine clergy not assiduously exposing demonic clergy, who besides as clergy also pose as medical doctors and — especially today — lawyers and professors. Clergy, doctors and teachers are the same profession, different fields of application.

So yes, I am gratified that the SmartCard’s applications (also here) to clergy in the US are noticed! 🙂

The companion to the SmartCard distinguishing between genuine and demonic clergy is the SmartCard distinguishing between genuine and demonic religion (also here).

Update 1: Plodding and pedestrian on account of its sloth-filled methodology, but if one has patience to plow on, this effort to quantify evidence of Caliphist lunacy may be worth the time, money and energy requisite to the reading of it.


St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Medina, WA
St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Medina, WA

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