Rep. Ben Bridges (R-Cleveland, GA) is in trouble.
A recent memo
from his office -- one circulated this week
by Warren Chisum
, a ranking member of the Texas state legislature -- has caught the attention of the Anti-Defamation League
. They are not pleased
. And they're not alone
. Why? Because in his memo, Rep. Bridges
of a perennial anti-evolution education bill
in the Georgia State House -- claims that "so-called ’secular evolution science’ is the Big Bang, 15-billion-year, alternate ‘creation scenario’ of the Pharisee Religion."
And that's not all. It would appear that Rep. Bridges is getting his information (and templates
for his legislation
) from www.fixedearth.com
-- a website dedicated not only to the removal of pro-evolution education from schools, but to the idea that "[t]he Earth is not rotating...nor is it going around the sun." Because you see, it's all part of the Copernican Deception
, a massive conspiracy propagated by Christian Zionists
and ... Madonna
Kabbalah Energy Drink
is a combination of Kabbalah Water
and and energy drink.
The makers are "courting the Red Bull market"
according to Darin Ezra, head of the LA Kabbalah center.
Kabbalah is the new Scientology
"The Rav" - Born Feivel Gruberger in Brooklyn, was an insurance salesman before leaving his first wife and children to reinvent himself as a modern spiritual guru. He runs the Los Angeles-based Kabbalah Centre. When Berg blesses ordinary spring water, it apparently becomes "infused with kabbalistic meditation . . . for healing, well-being and rejuvenation" - qualities that are neatly marketed in his exclusive make-up range, which includes a "restoring night cream" at £80 and a £91 eye-cream.
~Did I ever tell you I'm your hero? I am the subtext beneath your sling
[Not work-safe. Don't read it out loud, anyway.]
strives for intelligent, what about full-on intellectual erotica? I submit Foucault's Pendulous...
at Suspect Thoughts
. Not – at all – to be confused with Foucault's Pendulum
, which oddly enough has its own bit of intellectual erotica in it that ties together the Khaballah, new pregnancy, and a woman telling her husband he's being an idiot, all at the same time.
"Nothing so sharply distinguishes philosophers and Kabbalists as their attitude toward the problem of evil and the demonic."
A widely informative study of the historical background and on the mythic passions of the great Kabbalah scholar Gershom Scholen by a writer I much enjoy, Cynthia Ozick. (zip up Miguel, my uncle Zen sent this as a contribution to your Sacks)