Images 30/4/17

a scene from the new simpsons take on trumps first 100 days..


the master of puppets?

this is a trend..and a thing..

egg placement..

more of the trend..

cute eh?

one of the jenner girls..with one eye..

sort of like moving from reading actual books to reading it online..

ya think? or did he commit massive ownage of the voting public?

a painting from the university of alaska..weirdos..

dita von one eye..

this a new rapper called “future”..but there is nothing futuristic about it..

real subtle..with an eye at the top of the pyramid..

the wurst..


~ by seeker401 on May 1, 2017.

39 Responses to “Images 30/4/17”

  1. Reblogged this on World4Justice : NOW! Lobby Forum..

  2. I think that is actually a pimple not an egg seeker.

    The worst is the best . So funny and if he shaved and put his weiner between his legs he could be a gender confused super model.

    • i think he identifies as gender fluid..i think gender fucked..if he has no breasts he most likely can be a an androgynous female super model..

  3. we think is not easy get rid of THEY so need to be play THEY- same games but still “one by one” for we the people like Potus got tday 🙂 is complicated with so much in btw the lines
    btw this pic from the daily-mail that lose a lawsuit from Flotus look who went toNRA last week
    maybe we thinking loud but kushner-ivanka is a distraction
    some crumbs to THEY-GLOBOSS

  4. anybody here knows a link that tell accurate the different btw Catholics & Orthodox X-tians
    is so much garbage online lately & not to much time 😦
    thx in advance


    • I would say who cares… as both identities consist of just a set of beliefs.
      A Conceptual identity ( christian/catholic)taken as the SELF.
      Under all the shit is a human being.

    • Here is a short difference from an article that mainly touches upon it quoted below:

      “[Russian/Greek Orthodox enjoy icons, but these same people would] have been disappointed with the New Testament church, which left us no icons of Jesus [and] disappointed until the 8th century. The Romanist seeks certainty ultimately through implicit faith in the Roman magisterium. Our  Eastern Orthodox friend tells us that we’re too obsessed with “western” questions regarding soteriology and offers us a way of ascent into the presence of God. Both are misguided. The history of the church tells us that the magisterium is no place to rest one’s implicit faith but God’s Word is. To Constantinople we can only say that the Apostle Paul was not a westerner yet he was arguably “obsessed” with soteriology—he wrote the book of Romans (in Greek!) and it’s the story of Christ coming down for us not of our ascent to God. [Both] are both misguided attempts to overcome, in their own ways, the Creator/creature distinction.”

      This is a superficial difference between the two churches, except the point about how both fail to maintain the Creator/creature distinction does make a larger point. They both fail to give prominence to the distinction and distance between God and man tells me they both fail to acknowledge how truly terrible sin is. The distance is present without sin, but in a fallen world, the addition of sin makes it worse. God comes to man by revelation, not vice versa. And only regenerate man can understand His revelation.

      Wikipedia’s writing here sounds correct:
      “The ecclesiastical differences and theological disputes between the Greek East and Latin West pre-dated the formal rupture that occurred in 1054. Prominent among these were the issues of the source of the Holy Spirit, whether leavened or unleavened bread should be used in the Eucharist, the Bishop of Rome’s claim to universal jurisdiction, and the place of the See of Constantinople in relation to the Pentarchy.” (I do not know what “Pentarchy” is.)

      (1) The question of authority, i.e. the church of Rome or other churches, and (2) whether the Spirit proceeds from the Father or from the Father and Son was the theological issue as to who is God.

      The conflict makes people uneasy. It seems foreign as to why people argue over these issues. Yet the question of who God is and what He does eternally and in history are not foreign to anybody, whether they are Christian or Non-Christian. The basic notion of what people believe is present in all people and is inescapable. Even the effort to escape such understandings is to hold a position. In the present evil world, such conflict should not surprise anybody.

      Saying all of this, it should be remembered that the name above any name is Christ Jesus, meaning, He is above all – not simply His name but Scripturally His name defines His being. Who He is and most importantly above all, what He did historically is the gospel message of hope. A hope that does not bring peace in the world by people living a good life, but a hope in Christ who is ushering in a new creation, a world without sin, sickness, and death at His second coming. Eastern Orthodox in Greece or Coptic Christians in Egypt, I think, understand who Christ is. I think there are Roman Catholics who understand and have faith in Christ. When a Coptic Christian in Egypt dies at the hand of a Muslim and the Christian cries out in belief that Christ has saved Him – then I think – he is professing a true belief in Christ just like any Christian in any denomination. He will not give up Christ for Mohammed. He knows who his Savior is. The visible church is diverse, but the invisible church in the visible church are God’s people no matter what name is on the sign outside the church building. It is always about Christ and His blood shed for us. Because we fail and mess up all the time, continuing asking God for forgiveness and praising Him for the joy and love He gives in our hearts.

      The historic act of Christ on the cross and His resurrection is what saves sinners. Our faith in what He did historically is our salvation. The cross for His taking the punishment, we deserve, in our place, and His resurrection because He rose for He is Righteous and therefore the punishment of death could not hold him. He conquered sin and death. God imputes (reckons) His Righteousness to those that believe and repent, and God imputed the sin and guilt of believers to Christ on the cross, so that He without sin was punished in bearing our sin. This is how God is delivering people out of a fallen world of sin and wickedness – by Christ. Why could God not have done this from the beginning? Why did there have to be a fallen world to begin with in order to be saved from by God? Romans 9

      Non-Christians have no answer to these questions. The God of Scripture is the only God that saves. In non-Christian circles, not God but man alone has to do something in order to save himself. That is how one knows if they hear the true gospel or not. Does the message offer God as a Savior in Christ Jesus or does man have to do something on his own, in part or whole, to be saved? That is the difference between a true gospel preaching church and a church that offers a different gospel which is no gospel at all.

      • thx so much Wildy 🙂

        • your welcome 🙂

        • you are welcome 🙂
          Because of church history, church members in both may come across the gospel, because these churches are very traditional and hold to understandings from the early church which had the gospel. It has been known of priests who preach the gospel in these churches, but they do so against the official doctrine of the church. Sometimes they do not realize the official church condemns what they are preaching, but when they find out they leave the church. Not one church is perfect. They are made up of sinners. Yet some churches do have more light than others where corruption is less or more and so the gospel shines less or more bright in the preaching or evangelizing.

          In the RCc, a person will not officially hear the gospel, because officially it had condemned “by faith alone” at the Council of Trent and the condemnation is in their current catechism. The RRc has a merit system of salvation which is the complete opposite of the gospel. Only Christ merits our salvation. This merit system is why the RRc stereotypically is known for people feeling guilty. The RRc tells its members that the burden is on them to do good or else they will not be saved. In RRc doctrine, they may even say Christ merited the blessings or grace for the church members, BUT the church members have to do things in order to be granted those blessings. Christ was not enough according to RRc system of doctrine, so this is why they believe other people called saints were so good they had extra merits that when people pray to and do right penance, then those saints will grant them these extra merits. Mary is considered higher than Christ (I understand they try to nuisance that she is not, but essentially in practice this is what they do to her), so by praying to her she has an abundant amount of grace to give. Remember each time though, this grace or blessings are given to the church member, according to the RRc, so that the member will be able to do good on their own and merit or by works (not faith) please God. This is how the RRc members feel guilty because they keep doing things that are wrong and continually have to do penance to make up for their wrong-doings. They do not see the wrong-doings going away and feel guilty that they are “not doing enough” to get into heaven. They increasing desire to do more and more, but the guilty stereotypically increases. Why? Because we are sinners and can never do enough to please God – hence the blessing of what Christ did for us.

          Christ alone merited our salvation. We believe (have faith) that Christ died and rose for us. Christ did the work and we believe (have faith) in what He did. Christ through the Spirit does work in our hearts upon hearing the gospel preached so that we grow in assurance that this is what Christ has completed in our place. We live more holy lives – though never sinless – upon the hearing of this preached message. The Spirit and Word does change the lives of believers.

          I do not know that much about the Eastern Orthodox church. I know they are really big into icons (pictures). They believe they actually see into heaven by looking into those icons. They pray at the icons and worship what is pictured in them.

          • thx much Wildy 🙂
            reason we start digging about X-tian Orthodox is this vid
            & we found out some interesting views on Xtian Orthodox faith
            one is this
            ” In the approach to God the East considers philosophy but one form or tool that can do much to bring one closer to God but falls short at completeness in this task.[16]”

            • Philosophy does fall short. The lady in the video says she is a scientist, which is form of philosophy, specifically and historically science is a branch of natural philosophy.

              I will use historical terms (words) to reference what I write. What I mean is, the terms I will use are general terms understood throughout Christendom and even other religions. Yet, the main difference is how those words/terms are defined. They are defined very differently depending on who the God is that any one religion or person understands. There are presuppositions, meaning, the terms people use are terms defined by what the people presuppose those terms mean or how those terms are defined. In other words, people use terms that come from their own worldview. They presuppose them because those terms are connected to a larger framework of understanding. For example, my understanding of who God is will give definition to the terms I use.

              Theology is the historical term that encompasses “our heartfelt and mindful understanding of God”. Anything to do with God is understood by man “by way of theology”. Philosophy is a separate field of study. Philosophy is the study of reason and intuition in man and how reason and intuition in man relates with the universe. Because man believes in gods, or God, then philosophy will study how man does believe in gods or God. Theology though is much different. Theology is about God and HIs works.

              There are two main divisions of theology. (1) Natural theology is what man can know about God from creation (which includes man for he is of creation). (2) Revealed theology is what God reveals to man not by the medium of creation (it comes directly from God). In revealed theology, God will use creation as a means to reveal who He is and His works, but the revelation itself comes directly from God. In revealed theology, God had made even history itself a revelation, but a revelation understood by God’s Word.

              Historically, Christianity is a revealed theology. The Scriptures are the revelation or the revealed theology. Christianity may employ natural theology, but this is when Christianity goes off-track. Another caveat, Christianity may use the lens of Scripture to look at the natural world and understand the natural world in a Scriptural way. In such a way, the natural world may properly and in accord with Scripture be understood. Scripture, though, is always the corrective element and gives the proper understanding and definition when trying to understand the natural world, such is a good application of revealed theology.

              I believe in the God who had revealed Himself by revealed theology, i.e. Holy Bible. He revealed Himself by way of revelation to the prophets and apostle’s and Christ Jesus is the revelation, the Word that became flesh, that all the prophets and apostle’s spoke about. This revealed theology was given for example to Moses at that historical time, and God told Moses to write it down (Exodus 34:27) for believers later in time. What Moses, and those people in the Old and New Testaments, were revealed is Jesus Christ. Scripture is God’s interpretation of Jesus Christ, and God’s interpretation of Jesus Christ revealed to people.

              Luke 24:26-27,44-47 “26 Was it not necessary for the Christ to suffer these things and to enter into His glory?” 27 Then beginning with Moses and with all the prophets, He explained to them the things concerning Himself in all the Scriptures. 44 Now He said to them, “These are My words which I spoke to you while I was still with you, that all things which are written about Me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled.” 45 Then He opened their minds to understand the Scriptures, 46 and He said to them, “Thus it is written, that the Christ would suffer and rise again from the dead the third day, 47 and that repentance for forgiveness of sins would be proclaimed in His name to all the nations, beginning from Jerusalem.”

            • I thought it was interesting how you “start digging about X-tian Orthodox”. What was the connection you were making between the video and Eastern Orthodoxy?


              • first Wildy is always a delight reading your writings btw any time soon we be getting a book by you ? we hope so 🙂
                the reason goes bfore the vid on Easter-Sunday -Mass was this little-white books there are really interesting bfore but this one was like THEY-GREEN-DOCTRINE( what Seek & Int saying for long time ) later on we found out that THEY-GREEN-KABAL give$ to Churches & orgs to spread THEY-GREEN-DOCTRINE anyway we got mad & start reading about
                St.Vasily ( we like Saints a lots ) & read more about X-tian- Orthodox
                & may 1 we watch the vid that She is pretty interesting (the Scientist SophieC is a good interviewer ) & surprise She was a X-tian 🙂 also for a while we hear that the place with more X-tians is Russia.

                • You are kind.
                  Thanks for sharing and answering the question I had. I appreciate it.
                  GOD bless

                • Isabel, you may be looking for something on the internet to read about church history. I could not find much, though I do not have that much time at the moment to look these past weeks; so there probably is some information on the web. There are informative books available.

                  One book I would recommend is authored by a Pastor of a local congregation and Seminarian Doctorate Professor. His name is Nicholas (or Nick) Needam. His church history book is called “2000 Years of Christ’s Power”. It is a volume set with his fourth volume having just been published in October 2016. I read his first three volumes and found them very helpful. He will have at least a fifth volume to write and publish, but I am unaware of any planned date of release. He is a Reformed Baptist. I am not a Baptist, but his books are thorough, detailed, and written with charitable care. The books are not erudite, and are written for the general public; while remaining intelligent and factual.

                  He covers much in each volume. They may be bought separately or in a set. The first two volumes are probably all you are looking for in terms of the history of the early church, Eastern Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, and the East-West Schism of A.D. 1054. Church history, especially in such fullness in breadth, and yet reachable in language to the general public is not common in the twentieth and twentieth-first centuries. Therefore his well-researched books have gained a wide audience.

            • might be of interest, isabel :):

              in late 14th – first 14th century when the Byzantine, just like the Italian art experimented the first trates of humanism…in Byzantium became very strong a mystic branch of the Eastern orthodox which soon became the predominant&oficial face of the religion. It was concentrated not toward the human figure but toward the devine in a mystical sense, pursuing for the person unity with that Divine.





              • is that the reason for the Icons no?
                thx Maria 🙂

                • Needam’s books, I mentioned above, writes about the reason for the icons from the perspective of those that came up with the icons, and the whole history surrounding them, i.e. the people, places, and what the icons are and mean, etc. I hope in Christ that helps. Those links maria pasted might help also.

                  • thx Wildy 🙂
                    we hear about Pastor-Needam- book bfore but don’t recall were 😦
                    that is so heavy & beautiful ” I hope in Christ that helps.” wow 🙂

  5. for the collection…

    • nice!

    • The election campaigns are based on the same conflict model (ego mind_ “divide and conquer” people believe what the media says about the celebrity politicians vs each other , they identify with them, vote for them get dis-pointed and vote again in 4 yrs.
      Its all a very unconscious process.

      Civil war the same as all wars. All wars are bankster funded and bankster media seeded/started.
      The people of the US don’t get together and say to each other ” Hey you know what we should do today …lets invade Syria.”

    • tweet from Potus tday
      “President Andrew Jackson, who died 16 years before the Civil War started, saw it coming and was angry. Would never have let it happen!”
      He knows THEY history too

  6. funny all start 200 years ago or 300 we post it bfore about the monarchs when got change to ROTCHES-monarchs too is pretty interesting how THEY- took over with THEY-games playing till tday
    but still is a new player in town & He knows THEY- by name & THEY -games from history

  7. War is hate in action .

  8. why are diff diverse ancients carrying the same kinda handbag many centuries ago….? only explanation is back then brand names were in vogue & it was fashionable even for the ancients

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