A God Pleased By The Odor Of Burning Flesh; A God Who Burns Human Flesh, Eternally

[Katsu]™ 2011/03/28 20:47:36
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A God Pleased By The Odor Of Burning Flesh....

Now there's no denying that Biblegod finds the odor of burning flesh "pleasing" for it is recited in piddly variation over a dozen times in the Bible. In multiple verses of Leviticus 1, by way of example, Biblegod is written as giving extremely explicit instructions on which beasts of the flock to select for burning in accompaniment of all sorts of deitic favor-begging; and as to that slaughtered beast, how to wash it, skin it, slice it up, and set it ablaze and so to create "an aroma pleasing to the LORD."

So here and there and everywhere across the Old Testament, Biblegod has ordered the killing and burning of especially described flesh-parts of all sorts of living things; of bulls and lambs and rams and goats and pigeons and doves and camels and sloths and whatever else is around which may be mutilated and burnt: for it is well-detailed how it is the odor of burning flesh, above all things, which Biblegod finds pleasing.

In Genesis 8, Biblegod even follows up his mythic world-massacre orgy of a flood, where forests and jungles of innocent animals have already been murdered in the coldest blood, with a demand of a tribute of the "pleasing aroma" a virtual zoo's worth of burning animals from among the pithy handful claimed to have only just survived on that fictional boat!! In Exodus 18, Biblegod lays down the slaughter-and-burn law for consecration of priests, to make, as well, a "pleasing" burning odor -- with special attention to putting bull's blood on the altar and burning the liver and kidneys. And in Exodus 29. And Leviticus 3, 4, 6, 8, 23, etc.

In Leviticus 26, Biblegod almost goes too far, threatening that if he is not obeyed, well then, not only will he lay waste to their cities and send wild animals to rob them of their children, not only will he force the disobedient to eat the flesh of their own sons and daughters (even though he's supposedly already had wild animals take them young'uns away), but worst of all, he threatens to (gasp) "take no delight in the pleasing aroma of your offerings!!" I can see the faithful now, pleading, "send us plagues, make us eat our kids, but please, please don't not take pleasure in the burnt offering you command us to make!!"

And lest it be dreamt that this commanded sacrifice is engendered only in the dismal myths of the Old Testament, the Book of Luke teaches us that it was still "the Law of the Lord" that the parents of the baby Jesus should kill for Biblegod's pleasure "a pair of doves or two young pigeons." So like the serial killers profiled by forensic experts, Biblegod starts with the burning of animals and O' shall we see how Biblegod works all the way up to humans....

....A God Who Burns Human Flesh, Eternally

For now we must consider: Hell, the Lake of Fire, that endless sulfuric pit. And what is claimed of Hell? It is supposed by the faithful to be a place of punishmentfor those who fall afoul of Biblegod's line of commanded conduct; a place where people spend eternity exuding the smell of their burning flesh....

The startling realisation to come of this is that Biblegod isn't sending people to burn eternally in hell because they've behaved badly or failed to worship properly -- that's a line, an excuse; he's doing it because his psychosis has reached its perihelion, because he totally gets off on smelling large quantities of burning human flesh!! It doesn't matter what you believe, what you do in life, what you think of anything -- if the Bible accurately captures the irreparable psychosis of the deity described in it, then you're gonna burn, because Biblegod wants to freebase from your human-meat burn-stank.

That is a convenient reason to set up a system where "all fall short," providing a ready excuse to perpetuate the burning of the man-flesh; all are, then, burning in Hell-- even Moses and Jesus and Mohamed, and Buddha and Mother Theresa, Gandhi, and every minister, priest, reverend, or Pope there ever was. All stewing in that lake of fire over which Biblegod is perpetually orgasming from the odor of their writhing, pain-wracked, eternally burning flesh. And what of the children? The miscarried fetuses, even? Well it should render some shivers to remember how the OT-described deity does seem to exude a penchant for the smell of especially young burning flesh!!


God, we are told, likes the pleasing aroma of burning flesh. Animal sacrifice is much more common than human sacrifice, but both occur and are "pleasing to the Lord". Genesis, the first book of the Bible, has Abraham preparing to sacrifice his son to God. "Take your son, your only son – yes, Isaac, whom you love so much – and go to the land of Moriah. Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains, which I will point out to you." (Genesis 22:1-18) Abraham takes his own son up on a mountain and builds an altar upon which to burn him. He even lies to his son and has him help build the altar. Then Abraham ties his son to the altar and puts a knife to his throat. He then hears God tell him this was just a test of his faith. However, God still wanted to smell some burnt flesh so he tells Abraham to burn a ram.

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  • cutter's falls 2011/04/13 19:25:20
  • [Katsu]™ cutter'... 2011/04/13 21:45:29
    Oh joy,
    I don't even know who you are,
    Am sure this is just an article on a subject that had rather interested me,
    Speak for yourself,
    You have already gotten old.
  • cutter'... [Katsu]™ 2011/04/13 23:14:48
  • [Katsu]™ cutter'... 2011/04/13 23:15:27
    I'm not atheist.

    Balance to what, exactly?
  • cutter'... [Katsu]™ 2011/04/13 23:25:06
  • [Katsu]™ cutter'... 2011/04/14 01:09:49
    *I'm not atheist or pagan*.
  • cutter'... [Katsu]™ 2011/04/14 01:33:32
  • [Katsu]™ cutter'... 2011/04/14 02:15:34
    Then stop comparing people to them.
  • snow snow 2011/03/29 18:20:40
    snow snow
    ok im not an expert but mostly the burning of animals was a sacrifice to god to show devoshion and trust back then many would not have had much only animals for food and trade so to sacrifice that to god was a big thing also later on in the temple sacrifices were done for many things including covering up their sins god can not let sin go un punished so the bloood of the sacrifice covers it all up . the fact you are saying god might soon want humans is not corect as he continuesly says no dont do that. god wants us to show our comitment to gog and the sacreficing of the animals was the only way to do that
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/29 21:54:28
    Everything I said was correct. There is more versus too, if you would want to google them.
  • snow snow [Katsu]™ 2011/03/30 20:54:58
    snow snow
    i am not saying that what verses you write are wrong they are right but you are taking them out of context again i say the" aroma that pleased god" is not meaning the smell of it means that he was pleased that they were offering him animals also the citys being burnt and all that is just what god dose as he is terrafiring and yet he is good he will always keep his side of the bargen but we have to do the same and the jews didnt and they got punished.
    when god said he would not accept any offerings he knew this was a great treat as back then they did not want to die and not go to heaven and the sacrefises was what heped them get there if god did not accept them then they wouldnt go
    the ting in luke about the two doves well that was the law they had to do it or else jesus would have been givin to god meaning he would have worked in the temple he was the first born so this had to be done.
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/30 21:10:31
    Hell is my proof.
  • snow snow [Katsu]™ 2011/03/30 21:12:42
    snow snow
    what do you mean?
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/30 21:20:08
    Think about it snow snow, think.
  • snow snow [Katsu]™ 2011/03/30 21:21:03
    snow snow
    sorry im still not getting it
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/30 21:47:15
    Perhaps you should read my post over.
  • snow snow [Katsu]™ 2011/03/30 21:48:17
    snow snow
    sorry your what?
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/30 21:54:00
    What did I just say?
  • snow snow [Katsu]™ 2011/03/30 22:01:34
    snow snow
    read your post over and i repeat what
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/30 23:06:09
    This is going no where.
  • snow snow [Katsu]™ 2011/03/31 19:59:40
    snow snow
    i know so how about you tell me what is a post over
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/31 20:02:45
    I said perhaps you should READ "THIS" POST "OVER" AS IN "AGAIN". Is English your first language? ffs
  • snow snow [Katsu]™ 2011/03/31 20:05:43
    snow snow
    sorry i thought everyone called it a question not a post over and yes english is my first language
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/31 20:07:24
    Wow.. this conversation is done.
  • snow snow [Katsu]™ 2011/03/31 20:09:26
    snow snow
    im not trying to be rude im just not very good at puting it a cross so i understand that your angry but just to let you know you are a great debater
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/31 20:13:21
    Well.. thanks then.
  • snow snow [Katsu]™ 2011/03/31 20:16:22
    snow snow
    so we ok? because i hate making people angry all i really want to do is be kind but on the internet its pritty hard to say things in the right way right?
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/31 20:33:53
    Yes we are okay.
  • snow snow [Katsu]™ 2011/03/31 21:57:26
    snow snow
    hay you want to be friends so we can argue some more lol?
  • snow snow snow snow 2011/03/31 22:02:02
    snow snow
    sorry we already are =b lol
  • [Katsu]™ snow snow 2011/03/31 23:42:11
  • ScrooBius pip 2011/03/29 13:40:09
    ScrooBius pip
    Hell is not a place that actually exists, don't worry about it.
  • [Katsu]™ ScrooBi... 2011/03/29 15:12:52
    There ARE other religions, don't be ignorant..
  • ScrooBi... [Katsu]™ 2011/03/29 15:40:48
    ScrooBius pip
    bit harsh, i am aware of that thank you. since the god of the bible was the topic then i feel i'm allowed to reference hell in that respect.
  • [Katsu]™ ScrooBi... 2011/03/29 21:53:10
    Your statements seem kinda irrelevant.
  • ScrooBi... [Katsu]™ 2011/03/30 12:28:49
    ScrooBius pip
    i'm pointing out that hell and god are irrelevant, i think that's quite pertinent.
  • [Katsu]™ ScrooBi... 2011/03/30 20:54:28
    Right now, we are not discussing atheist-ism. You don't just go on a mythology post about Zeus or something and say 'Zeus does not exist', etc. There are other religions, and you should at least respect them. I get it, your not Christian, but neither am I. Doesn't mean I can't discuss an other religion and be open-minded.
  • ScrooBi... [Katsu]™ 2011/04/01 10:43:24
    ScrooBius pip
    then discuss it all you like, i have given my contribution to your discussion, and thats really all i wanted to do with it.
  • [Katsu]™ ScrooBi... 2011/04/01 14:23:10
    Then leave, you have no point here.
  • ScrooBi... [Katsu]™ 2011/04/01 19:11:48
    ScrooBius pip
    i have several times and you keep dragging me back.

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