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Paisley: "Burn it, don't wear it". Also, learn how to defeat the weather demon Chango, break the curse on "the Black Race", and much, much more, brought to you by Steve and Elizabeth Madrak's End-Time Deliverance Ministry (Warning: Crappy MIDI organ music throughout the site).
posted by bcveen (17 comments total)
Via Ship of Fools' Fruitcake Zone.
posted by bcveen at 10:02 PM on March 13, 2006

That music is a demon.
posted by scody at 10:37 PM on March 13, 2006

The weird thing, and the rest of the site also helps bear this out, is that the guy seems to sit there with his Encyclopedia Britannica, looking up the most innocuous things (like paisley), and following the cross-references in a chain until he manages to arrive at something vaguely occult, foreign, or otherwise suspect. And to him, the connection is obvious. Odd, very odd.
posted by bcveen at 10:43 PM on March 13, 2006

Much like the rest of the internet really, bcveen.
posted by fshgrl at 10:47 PM on March 13, 2006

This may explain the breakup of the Flamin' Groovies.
posted by squirrel at 12:01 AM on March 14, 2006

With paisley, it is clear their biggest problem is that it connects to Pythagoras, and he did math, and math is SCIENCE!
posted by Goofyy at 12:17 AM on March 14, 2006

When you're a demonbuster, everything looks like a demon.
posted by sic friat crustulum at 3:06 AM on March 14, 2006

So I've been making all this orgonite for nothing!!!?/
posted by robocop is bleeding at 4:38 AM on March 14, 2006

hey its my home page!
posted by nola at 5:32 AM on March 14, 2006

In DELIVERANCE, you should stay away from many things because of the ORIGIN. In the PAISLEY PRINT PATTERN, you have a connection with


how charming.
posted by sgt.serenity at 5:39 AM on March 14, 2006

I've been making fun of this webpage for 5 years, and it's NEVER been a front page post? Amazing...

I've always imagined this guy spending the first 10 hours of his day praying for protection from every demon...and then praying for another 10 hours before going to bed. What a life!
posted by byort at 5:48 AM on March 14, 2006

I thought this was about something Ian Paisley said. For Paisley to advocate burning things (and possibly a catholic or two) doesn't seem at all out of character.
posted by clevershark at 5:55 AM on March 14, 2006

posted by Meatbomb at 5:57 AM on March 14, 2006

Weird to see Chango and Oxun in amongst all those Semitic demons.

(Okay, okay, there's plenty about these folks that's weirder, but still...)
posted by nebulawindphone at 7:54 AM on March 14, 2006

There is no Scripture that says this. It is just a matter of FACT.

posted by arcticwoman at 10:09 AM on March 14, 2006

Meatbomb beat me to it. Can't wait to see the rest of the site. At first perusal, it reminds me of all the stuff King James I used to write. Dear Jamie!
posted by ancientgower at 10:10 AM on March 14, 2006

"Well my baby boy has been difficult to potty-train. He is past the age that he should be trained and I was getting really tired of it. I would sit him in the toilet for a long time and nothing would happen. When I would put him back in diapers, he would go! And I was sick and tired of it. So I got really mad, sat him in the potty and told him he had to "go". The baby started screaming and I got the idea that it was a demon. So I commanded it to manifest and give me his name. The baby continued screaming and saying: "You can't make me, you can't make me". I insisted in the demon telling me his name, so the Holy Spirit said: "That's his name, "you can't make me". I commanded it out. The baby had deliverance and he has been potty-trained since."

Praise God!
posted by arcticwoman at 10:14 AM on March 14, 2006

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