Pam W (2 Sep 2011)
"RE:  Rowena "Kevin, thanks for your reply on vegetarianism""


 
I have been following this thread about vegans and vegetarianism for a few days now, and I finally had to take time to write.  Here's some food for thought, no pun intended.
 
Recently, I started reading the book "Earth's Earliest Ages" by G. H. Pember, which was written way back in 1876.  In the book, it starts out covering some of the other "religions" and their influences, including eastern mysticism and such and how they are trying to infiltrate Christianity.  Anyhow, I read a passage the other day that just sent a chill down my spine.  I'm just going to quote the whole paragraph here, lest I leave something out paraphrasing, with the passage mentioned italicized.  It was discussing how/where oracles or mediums get their power.
 
"According to the Hindus, the success of either medium or adept depends on the presence in his body of a subtle fluid, called akasa, which is soon exhausted, and without which the demons are unable to act.  This fluid, it is said, may be artifically generated by a vegetarian diet and chastity - an ominous sign to the student of prophetic Scripture."
 
I haven't yet had time to do further study, but concerning the "push" by society to almost feel guilty not to be a vegan or vegetarian and how it seems to sure go hand in hand with the NWO strategy and the Green Movement which worships Mother Earth or Gaia and is of itself a satanic agenda, I sure find the above statement to have a lot of validity and would explain why it is being pushed so forcefully.  If people only knew the extent and depth to which the tentacles of evil reach, it is mind-blowing to say the least.
 
If anyone else has more knowledge of this, please feel free to respond.  Like I said, I just wanted to get this out there for study.
 
Thanks,
 
Pam W.
Ky