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STAR WARS was a SOLAR WORSHIPPING tale

 
Anonimous Cowerd
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STAR WARS was a SOLAR WORSHIPPING tale
Luke SKYWALKER.

What appears to walk across the sky? The Sun.

Star Wars is merely the current version of the oldest story of mankind -- the worship of the life-giving, golden orb -- our sun.

It's really the only thing that makes sense to worship. It gives us warmth, vision, LIFE itself.

All other "organized religions" are simply variants of and allegories for worshipping Sol Invictus (the "invincible Sun"), hiding a geopolitical agenda within their bureaucracies.
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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Luke SKYWALKER.

It's really the only thing that makes sense to worship. It gives us warmth, vision, LIFE itself.

All other "organized religions" are simply variants of and allegories for worshipping Sol Invictus (the "invincible Sun"), hiding a geopolitical agenda within their bureaucracies.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


Oh yea, sure, wait, how about the one who actually created the Sun? I think he is a little more worthy of worship.



And yea, Jesuit Wars is about pagan sun-worshiping satanists.
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Suntard.
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Luke SKYWALKER.

It's really the only thing that makes sense to worship. It gives us warmth, vision, LIFE itself.

All other "organized religions" are simply variants of and allegories for worshipping Sol Invictus (the "invincible Sun"), hiding a geopolitical agenda within their bureaucracies.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


Oh yea, sure, wait, how about the one who actually created the Sun? I think he is a little more worthy of worship.



And yea, Jesuit Wars is about pagan sun-worshiping satanists.
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Well, who might that be?

The Sun is the "fingerprint", if you will, of that "Creator" or "Creative Force". So what is that Creative Force?

People tend to worship what they can see. Hence, icons. Hence, solar worship being the most reasonable, logical object for humans to have worshipped over our time span here on earth.
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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On to Something, You is.
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Luke SKYWALKER.

It's really the only thing that makes sense to worship. It gives us warmth, vision, LIFE itself.

All other "organized religions" are simply variants of and allegories for worshipping Sol Invictus (the "invincible Sun"), hiding a geopolitical agenda within their bureaucracies.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


Oh yea, sure, wait, how about the one who actually created the Sun? I think he is a little more worthy of worship.



And yea, Jesuit Wars is about pagan sun-worshiping satanists.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8597527


Well, who might that be?

The Sun is the "fingerprint", if you will, of that "Creator" or "Creative Force". So what is that Creative Force?

People tend to worship what they can see. Hence, icons. Hence, solar worship being the most reasonable, logical object for humans to have worshipped over our time span here on earth.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


The sun is a creation, and God is the creator. God is the absolute intelligent, moral designer of this universe.

Yes many people choose to worship other creations, or idols, instead of God.
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Luke SKYWALKER.

What appears to walk across the sky? The Sun.

Star Wars is merely the current version of the oldest story of mankind -- the worship of the life-giving, golden orb -- our sun.

It's really the only thing that makes sense to worship. It gives us warmth, vision, LIFE itself.

All other "organized religions" are simply variants of and allegories for worshipping Sol Invictus (the "invincible Sun"), hiding a geopolitical agenda within their bureaucracies.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


And christianity is just a continuation of the ancient practice of "son" sun worship.
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I thought it was about a guy who finds out he has a fairly large concentration of "mitochlorians" or whatever in his system and that his father was just like him but evil and working for the domination of the galaxy as the Emperor's protege so he seeks out some weird, really old person who, coincidentally enough, had the same large concentration of "mitochlorians" to teach him the ways of the "force" so he would be on even ground to defeat his father and overthrow the Empire...

But yeah, sun worship IS pretty central to the plot, I guess....
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I thought it was about a guy who finds out he has a fairly large concentration of "mitochlorians" or whatever in his system and that his father was just like him but evil and working for the domination of the galaxy as the Emperor's protege so he seeks out some weird, really old person who, coincidentally enough, had the same large concentration of "mitochlorians" to teach him the ways of the "force" so he would be on even ground to defeat his father and overthrow the Empire...

But yeah, sun worship IS pretty central to the plot, I guess....
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Glad you can separate the wheat from the chaff.
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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Luke SKYWALKER.

What appears to walk across the sky? The Sun.

Star Wars is merely the current version of the oldest story of mankind -- the worship of the life-giving, golden orb -- our sun.

It's really the only thing that makes sense to worship. It gives us warmth, vision, LIFE itself.

All other "organized religions" are simply variants of and allegories for worshipping Sol Invictus (the "invincible Sun"), hiding a geopolitical agenda within their bureaucracies.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


And christianity is just a continuation of the ancient practice of "son" sun worship.
 Quoting: jeffkino


Absolutely.
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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Luke SKYWALKER.

What appears to walk across the sky? The Sun.

Star Wars is merely the current version of the oldest story of mankind -- the worship of the life-giving, golden orb -- our sun.

It's really the only thing that makes sense to worship. It gives us warmth, vision, LIFE itself.

All other "organized religions" are simply variants of and allegories for worshipping Sol Invictus (the "invincible Sun"), hiding a geopolitical agenda within their bureaucracies.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


And christianity is just a continuation of the ancient practice of "son" sun worship.
 Quoting: jeffkino


Absolutely.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


And that's why Islam is the truth. Muslims worship One, Supreme Creator, God.
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The Son of God is The SUN.

Truly the light is sweet, and a pleasant thing it is for the eyes to behold the sun:Ecclesiastes 11:7

But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings; and ye shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall. Malachi 4:2
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Luke SKYWALKER.

What appears to walk across the sky? The Sun.

Star Wars is merely the current version of the oldest story of mankind -- the worship of the life-giving, golden orb -- our sun.

It's really the only thing that makes sense to worship. It gives us warmth, vision, LIFE itself.

All other "organized religions" are simply variants of and allegories for worshipping Sol Invictus (the "invincible Sun"), hiding a geopolitical agenda within their bureaucracies.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


The last name was gonna be Starkiller...did you know that one?
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Luke SKYWALKER.

What appears to walk across the sky? The Sun.

Star Wars is merely the current version of the oldest story of mankind -- the worship of the life-giving, golden orb -- our sun.

It's really the only thing that makes sense to worship. It gives us warmth, vision, LIFE itself.

All other "organized religions" are simply variants of and allegories for worshipping Sol Invictus (the "invincible Sun"), hiding a geopolitical agenda within their bureaucracies.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


And christianity is just a continuation of the ancient practice of "son" sun worship.
 Quoting: jeffkino


Absolutely.
 Quoting: Anonimous Cowerd


And that's why Islam is the truth. Muslims worship One, Supreme Creator, God.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20979349


You mean the MOON. The Holy Crescent. All religions are extrapolations of astrotheology.
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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The Son of God is The SUN.

Truly the light is sweet, and a pleasant thing it is for the eyes to behold the sun:Ecclesiastes 11:7

But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings; and ye shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall. Malachi 4:2
 Quoting: Amy_A


Great post, Amy. You're absolutely correct.

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