We are living in primitive times -- Old Testament times. We can just walk the streets and see the primitive tattoos and piercings that would be at home in any pagan tribe that has existed on the planet in the past few thousand years.
When the Israelites came into Canaan, the worship of the goddess Asherha was in full swing, and sacrifice to Moloch of children was the order of the day. Just like today -- with 60 million babes slaughtered in their mother's wombs, while the female body is used and abused as it was before the rise of civilization. God spoke to the Jews and the Judaeo Christian West and made it possible for women to become far more than they had ever been in history.
I don't think this "courageous act" would be very well received by our "trusted friends" in Iran -- but never matter, Hildebeast is fine with that.
During the shoot, the diverse, undressed subjects each held a large, round mirror above their head. Reflecting the earth and sun and sky, as well as the fleshy forms of the manifold women around them, the mirrors spoke to the communal power of womanhood, a force almost supernatural in its strength. As Tunick explained in a statement: “The mirrors communicate that we are a reflection of ourselves, each other, and of, the world that surrounds us. The woman becomes the future and the future becomes the woman.”Ah, the "communal power", ALMOST supernatural ... but not quite. It's all about US ... as a group maybe, but US -- we are "almost god" ... but since there is no GOD, then naked women with mirrors is a super substitute.
If ever a nation begged to be smitten by God, it is BOistan. Nazi Germany was an amateur at evil with a mere 6 million Jews slaughtered -- 1/10th our evil. I regularly accept that as a sinful person, I deserve the judgement of God, but beg forgiveness with the hope that my sinfulness will be covered by the blood of Christ. (communion)
BOistan is already a place of suffering and we will see MUCH greater suffering. The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away; Blessed be the name of the Lord!
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