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Drinking the blood of Dionisia and how I've been cured of alcoholism!

Discussion in 'Health & Healing' started by Spiderman, Apr 21, 2021.

  1. Spiderman

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    Alcoholics insist that "Once an alcoholic always an alcoholic" which actually I know from experience isn't true. It's true, I'm not always sober, but I have bought one bottle of booze in the last two years and I still have some of it.

    It's strictly something I bless and do a toast to the Emperor like the Kamikaze pilots did before they went on their missions, telling each other "We return home honorably and shall see each other again at Yasukuni shrine". All soldiers who die for Japan , without exception, get enshrined.

    The person (ghost/Kami) who introduced me to Shinto is named Denise and her middle name Marie, and her mother's maiden name Deeb, which is Arabic for "wolf".

    So, she is like three Deities in my world. Denise means "Dionysus, Greek God of wine, sexuality, religious ecstasy, and intoxicants". Her middle name is Mary, and she was born January 1st , feast of the Mother of God, so she is like my Virgin Mary , another Mother of God, as well.

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    The bottle of wine I bought is to bless and drink as her blood, holy communion. Jesus wasn't the first person to give people his blood to drink in the form of wine. Dionysus, who was born on Christmas, gave his followers his flesh to eat but also gave people his blood in the form of wine.

    I'm able to drink a glass of wine and it isn't even a temptation to drink more. That's coming from a guy that used to be so desperate for alcohol he would drink hand sanitizer and on rare occasions even rubbing alcohol. I'm definitely cured of alcoholism.

    Other vices I'm working on.

    The name Deeb is like "God" in Shinto. Kami in Shinto means "God" and "Okami" means "Wolf". In Japanese Video games Amaterasu is depicted as a White wolf.

    I walked across a bridge I renamed after "Capitoline Wolf" and the Mississippi river it runs under I named "Tiber" after Tiberius Caesar , but also the river Tiber where the orphan infants " Romulus and Remus " the Twins (this is the Twin Cities) were met by a wolf who gave them her breasts and nurtured them.

    The legend probably is a legend/myth and not reality, but I think it was inspired by some sort of spirits, because it got Rome it's name, and both the Japanese people and the Romans came to see the wolf as the personification of Motherhood and the state.

    Capitoline wolf is one of the names of the She-wolf who came to become the personification of "Roman Government" and the "Roman Empire", and recently I said, "I don't know if Amaterasu really is a wolf , all I know is she has brought me this far. Let her be the Capitoline wolf, and may all who nurse at her breasts be "Romulus".

    Less than a minute after saying that I saw the name "Orlando" on the platform that overlooks Capitol Hill, modeled after Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome. The name "Orlando" was on the ground. I knew it was a sign.

    Orlando is a version of the name "Roland", my mother's crazy third husband (we used to make fun of) and my older brother called him "Romulus". It stuck with me, so whenever I hear the name "Roland", I think "Romulus".

    So, essentially on the ground, less than a minute after I said that, I see "Romulus".

    Who knows? Am I subject to delusion. Yes. I think everyone is. But the signs and coincidences tell me there is more going on.

    Like, I thought maybe since Denise introduced me to Shinto, she got to be "Our Lady of the United Nations", because Shinto actually is the only major Religion that could be an official Religion of the UN, because it's the only Religion that has potential to bring peace and Unity.

    Christianity can't bring peace and Unity, because Jesus said he didn't come to bring peace (but a sword and division), and the Bible brings more division than any piece of literature earth has ever seen, saying "Thou shall not kill" and then saying "Kill all the men , women, children, and babies, let no one live".

    The Bible says "thou shall not make a graven image and then God commands there to be graven images made", so there can never be unity with Biblical Religions because the Bible commands people to do the opposite of what God's word says to do or not to do.


    Shintoism on the other hand is simply "Belief in the Kami". No prophet or text is without error. Kami can be deceased people, Angels, Saints, God, Divinities, Demons, Tulpa, or any unseen Sentient being, and sometimes people become Kami before they die.

    No one knows who founded Shinto.

    A Religion like that actually doesn't contradict itself and has all the potential to bring unity which the Bible could never bring in anyone's wildest imagination, because the Bible and Christianity itself, is a huge contradiction.

    Also, in Japanese Shinto, the highest Kami is a female who has risen from nothing to become more venerated than her maker, but in Shinto you don't have to believe in her or have any devotion to her either.

    Christians, Muslims, Pagans, Hindus, and whatever other people who pray to unseen beings , pray to Kami, so they could all gather and pray to Kami together , and none of them are contradicting their Religion.

    We could have Shinto prayer in public schools to Kami.

    The Christian word in Japan for the Christian God is "Kami", so Christians already practice Shinto. Chinese atheists already often practice Shinto because they burn incense to Mao and keep him on their currency.

    Even if Mao is in Hell, he's still technically Kami (Spirit/sentient being).

    Last night I dreamed David Ben Gurion received the Immaculate Conception awards from the League of Nations. It's a silly dream, but turns out the Capitol building (main tower) of the "United Nations" had it's groundbreaking ceremony September 14 1948, the year Ben Gurion rose to power and Israel was created.

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    I didn't know that till the day I had the dream. In the dream, the United Nations was called "Virgin Israel" or "Holy Roman Empire" as well.

    September 14 was the date in 2019 that I found my circular mirror, and the 14th of each month I call "Japan day". I was in the Cathedral of Saint Paul, praying for Japan, I turn around to see a "Japan" paper with a Shinto shrine and grab it because I like the coincidence, and while the paper is in my hand find a circular mirror on the ground outside Cathedral.

    Amaterasu gave the first Japanese Emperor a Circular mirror which became the greatest Goshintai relic in Japan. I walked to Capitol Hill and saw a ladder I visited for the first time and called it "Jacob's ladder" and climbed it to see it went through a circular mirror.

    2019 was 100 year anniversary of the United Nations founding technically as the "League of Nations".

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    on Capitol hill is right next to the gun that sunk the first Japanese ship in World War II in Honolulu.

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    It is in Lot H, and my Japanese Jacket with flag of the rising Sun, has big H beneath it, that I understood to stand for Hirohito, who was a descendant of Amaterasu, and he was crowned Emperor on the birthday of Dionysus and Jesus Christ (December 25th. We know Jesus probably wasn't born December 25th , but still, that is the celebration date).

    I think it means Denise is a type of Dionysus, but also with her Mother's maiden name being Wolf, and her introducing me to Shinto, and having me build shrines to her in the woods and surrender to the deceased soldiers and Emperors of Japan (Before I knew what Shinto was or that they enshrine all their soldiers and Emperors), makes her a type of main Shinto Divinity (Okami, Wolf) and today left me with the conviction that she is "Our Lady of the United Nations".

    Sounds ridiculous I know, but not as ridiculous as the Bible. I just know that praying to her has helped me more than praying to Jesus Christ or Yahweh. It also left many signs and growth in virtue.

    Back to the Alcohol question, do you believe an alcoholic is always an alcoholic? I'll always probably be sick mentally and emotionally to some extent, and struggle with vices and immorality, but alcoholism isn't even a small minor temptation and I have wine in my apartment. Haven't drank a drop today.
     
  2. stvdv

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    100% sure not true
     
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    I believe you've traded one vice (alcoholism) for another (witchcraft), but the latter will tempt you back into the former, anyway. My advice: the only blood good for your soul is Jesus', gained through prayer and repentance.
     
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    I go with results.

    Not with what some ancient text that contradicts itself a bunch of times says.

    I tried praying to Jesus alone and believing the Bible was innerrant and the sole rule of Theology, and it did nothing for me but bring disaster to my life, make me angry, make me judgemental, make me think everyone is going to hell, make me self-righteous, leave me in fear that God is a jerk who leaves people wailing and gnashing their teeth forever.

    Then some girls who were violently murdered started visiting me and leaving many signs and I began enshrining them and praying to them and actually got results. Far FAR better results than praying to Jesus alone.

    I still pray some prayers in Jesus name.

    They are redeemed by his blood. They are connected to Jesus.
     
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    Why does the UN need an official religion?
     
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    As a recovering alcoholic who has relapsed in the past, I’m going to say yes.

    Having worked with addicts and having addictive tendencies myself, certain people are predisposed to addictive behaviors, and it takes more effort for those people to manage these tendencies than for those that do not have such a predisposition.

    This doesn’t mean that someone who has suffered from alcoholism cannot learn to manage these behaviors and remain sober, but it’s naive to think one no longer has these inherent tendencies, and IMO, if one has suffered from alcohol abuse in the past, one needs to remain vigilant and mindful of any potential triggers that could result in relapse.
     
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  7. Spiderman

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    How do you explain the fact that I have no craving for it in over two years or at least have only bought one bottle in over two years and was able to moderate it without temptation to abuse it?

    Yes, I confess, I'm still an addict. It's just alcohol used to be an extreme temptation. I was desperate for the stuff and craving it and always drinking till I puked.

    Now it is no longer a temptation. I can't say I like the feeling of being intoxicated on any downer anymore. Certainly not that one. To be honest, alcohol in any large quantity makes me kind of ill.

    But you have a point. I am still an addict, so need to be hypervigilant and avoiding addictive drugs (Alcohol is one of the most addictive drugs there are).
     
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    To help bring peace and end religious division, religious wars, confusion, and lack of unity.

    To bring all religious together on common ground and focus on what they have in common.

    I used to think that was evil or something the Antichrist does, but after seeing how much division and confusion the Bible causes, any Antichrist who created unity among all religions, has done a noble thing.

    We need to stop complaining about Dogma differences and actually fight evil that we can all agree on is evil. I think we can all , in all religions, agree that we don't want the media creating a bunch of creeps, weirdos perverts, unwanted pregnancies , needs for abortion, break up of the family, vicious hearts etc.

    But that is what the media is doing , and all Religions need to unite to fight immorality.
     
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    Seems a little too far-fetched to me. :grimacing:
     
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    When that has happened to me, it was usually because I had replaced it with something else.
     
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    Okay, you win. I'm not going to be dishonest with you.

    I still believe I moderate it and succeed the vast majority of the time to just do something for improved concentration, get out of bed, better focus, more energy. I usually avoid ever getting high and euphoric.

    Maybe it happens on average once a month. Arguably that's moderation, but I'm not gonna lie, I'm an addict.
     
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