Nang's SPOTD is Tet's Hit Out of the Park!

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Delmar

Patron Saint of SMACK
That's the point of the OP.

Aleister Crowley came from John Nelson Darby and the Plymouth Brethren.



Crowley was a satanist and an occultist. Anton LaVey was an admirer of Aleister Crowley.

LaVey wrote the Satanic Bible, and relied heavily on Crowley's teachings.

Crowley based his aeons on Darby's Dispensations.

Darby based his dispensations on a vision by a teenage girl.

It's an ugly tangled web Delmar.
Like I said, I have never read the words of Darby, but I am pretty sure I have read everything Paul ever wrote.
 

musterion

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I am telling you, moron, that Crawley could have never been raised in a PB family and home, without being totally brainwashed with the foundations of the PB foundations of belief . . . Which was ONLY Darby/Scofield.

No PB was ever allowed to read any other literature or commentary than what was published and distributed by Loizeausx Bros.

Show from Crowley's own words that he adapted the idea of dispensations or that he ever heard Darby speak, both of which YOU said were fact.

Do it or shut up.
 

tetelestai

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On the same night that Plymouth Brethren member Margaret MacDonald gave her "vision" that John Nelson Darby based his rapture doctrine on, Margaret MacDonald also claimed that Robert Owen was the antichrist.

For those of you not familiar with Robert Owen, he was a social reformer, and the founder of Utopian Socialism.

Robert Owen (1771-1858)

Robert Owen has the dubious honor of being the first antichrist in the many antichrists claimed by Dispensationalists since John Nelson Darby invented Dispensationalism.
 

musterion

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Telling you right now, Nang. Google won't help. I checked.

Make a clean break. Yank off the band-aid. Apologize for your slander and lies and foolishness, and we'll accept it and forgive you.
 

musterion

Well-known member
On the same night that Plymouth Brethren member Margaret MacDonald gave her "vision" that John Nelson Darby based his rapture doctrine on, Margaret MacDonald also claimed that Robert Owen was the antichrist.

For those of you not familiar with Robert Owen, he was a social reformer, and the founder of Utopian Socialism.

Robert Owen (1771-1858)

Robert Owen has the dubious honor of being the first antichrist in the many antichrists claimed by Dispensationalists since John Nelson Darby invented Dispensationalism.

Show from Crowley's own words that he based his aeons on "Darby's Dispensations." Show from Crowley's own words that he ever heard Darby speak.


Do it or be a slanderous liar.
 

tetelestai

LIFETIME MEMBER
Like I said, I have never read the words of Darby, but I am pretty sure I have read everything Paul ever wrote.

Paul said he was a minister of the New Covenant.

Do you deny the New Covenant is in place right now, like all your MAD peers do?
 

Nang

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Telling you right now, Nang. Google won't help. I checked.

Make a clean break. Yank off the band-aid. Apologize for your slander and lies and foolishness, and we'll accept it and forgive you.

Google what?

Where is your mind going?
 

tetelestai

LIFETIME MEMBER

Show from Crowley's own words that he based his aeons on Darby's Dispensations. Show from Crowley's own words that he ever heard Darby speak.


Do it or be a slanderous liar.

Anyone with an IQ higher than their shoe size can see it.

You think everything's just a big coincidence.
 

musterion

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Google what?

Show from Crowley's own words that he based his aeons on "Darby's Dispensations." Show from Crowley's own words that he ever heard Darby speak.


Go ahead and google for it. See what you find. You already said it's true based on what fool Tetzo told you. Now prove it, to yourself if not to us. Do it or be a slanderous liar.
 

musterion

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Anyone with an IQ higher than their shoe size can see it.

You think everything's just a big coincidence.


Show from Crowley's own words that he based his aeons on "Darby's Dispensations." Show from Crowley's own words that he ever heard Darby speak.


Do it or be a slanderous liar.

Or just admit you were in error so we can forgive you.
 

musterion

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Take the grace, Nang. Take it, Tetzo. Hate dispensationalism all you want but you really blew it on this one. Just be adults and admit you were wrong. We'll let it go (well, I will anyway).
 

tetelestai

LIFETIME MEMBER

Show from Crowley's own words that he based his aeons on "Darby's Dispensations." Show from Crowley's own words that he ever heard Darby speak.


Do it or be a slanderous liar.

Or just admit you were in error so we can forgive you.

Nope.

There is no doubt that Aleister Crowley based his aeons on Darby's dispensations.

I'm not the only one who knows this.

"In order to historically situate his revelation The Book of the Law, Crowley proposed a progression of Aeons, or periods of differing spiritual economies or "formulae." Despite the gnostic appellation of "Aeon," Crowley's basic idea was almost certainly influenced by the Christian doctrine of Dispensationalism which was championed by the Plymouth Brethren fundamentalist movement to which Crowley's family belonged. Dispensationalism has since become very popular among American evangelicals in particular. Certainly, both Crowley's Aeons and the Dispensationalism of Plymouth Brethren founder John Nelson Darby share a basic intellectual infrastructure with the metal-identified ages of Western antiquity, the Yugas of Hinduism, and even the various Manvantares and Kalpas of Theosophical meta-history." - T Polyphilus, Aeons Beyond the Three
 

tetelestai

LIFETIME MEMBER
Take the grace, Nang. Take it, Tetzo. Hate dispensationalism all you want but you really blew it on this one. Just be adults and admit you were wrong. We'll let it go (well, I will anyway).

It's understandable how upset you are.

If I was a follower of John Nelson Darby like you are, I too would be upset learning all this really bad stuff about him.
 

Delmar

Patron Saint of SMACK
Denying the new covenant is a MAJOR point in my career.

A denial of the New Covenant is a slap in the face to what Christ Jesus accomplished on the cross.

No dispensationalist denies what Christ Jesus accomplished on the cross.
 
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