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Supernal Midwife: Dark Face of the Mother Goddess

To: alt.religion.wicca,,alt.religion.angels
From: (paghat)
Subject: Re: Supernal Midwife: Dark Face of the Mother Goddess
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2003 09:00:19 -0800

In article , "Rhyanon"

> Hey, inbred fuckwit: ALL RELIGION IS A MYTH.  "Angels" have no more basis in
> reality than chimerae, or that ann oying little fucker on the Lucky Charms
> cereal box. If you think yer xtain shite has more right to believability
> than other wishful little faewy tales, yer as deluded as you appear to be.

Hey! Stop that you enormous baddy! That lucky charms guy is a REAL elf
angel. He can be SEEN. If you eat enough of that elf's cereal-flavored
sugar, you'll get so buzzed you'll be seeing REAL guardian angels, as did
this kiddo:
No sooner had she touched the Lucky Charms box than the angel appeared!

And why pick on Saint for being a fuckwit as you call him with your usual
"I'm a bitch not a witch" candor? That angel he thinks he's been seeing is
actually St Dymphna (raped by her own father) the patron saint of the
mentally retarded, the insane, the brain-damaged, the nerve-wracked,
epileptics, & all who are possessed by ghosts or devils -- hey, have you
seen her too??? She fits right into the wicca angle, since Dymphna was a
celtic fabrication; and she fits into angel lore insofar as one of the
leading manufacturers of angel medallions includes Dymphna as one of the

-paghat the ratgirl

> "angelicusrex"  wrote in message
> news:bnt28s$155531$

> > The crap that was spewed up here was not angel lore. It was something
> about
> > idiotic goddesses of midwives. There was no context to the message. And it
> > was certainly not asking us what we thought of the subject. However I told
> > you... Most of the MYTHS about angels are pure drivel. Lillith is a myth,
> > not a reality. And I know all about her. I know every myth about so-called
> > "angels" that you can toss out. I can cite hundreds of them. So what? I
> > don't come to your group and knock the broomstick out of your ass crack!

"Of what are you afraid, my child?" inquired the kindly teacher.
"Oh, sir! The flowers, they are wild," replied the timid creature.
   -from Peter Newell's "Wild Flowers"
See the Garden of Paghat the Ratgirl:

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