Climate Scientists Pray to Moon Goddes Ixchel

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This is very interesting.

Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, invoked the ancient jaguar goddess Ixchel in her opening statement to delegates gathered in Cancun, Mexico, noting that Ixchel was not only goddess of the moon, but also “the goddess of reason, creativity and weaving. May she inspire you — because today, you are gathered in Cancun to weave together the elements of a solid response to climate change, using both reason and creativity as your tools.”

To those of you who go, “So what? None of the gods are real anyway,” let me help you understand why this is important.

First. Ixchel is not an omnipotent being. Ixchel is the goddess of reason. Doesn’t that mean that reason is not omnipotent?

Second, what does Ixchel demand? Are prayers enough to satisfy her? If not, then what?

If you put the right gods before you, namely the True and Living God, then you will get, as a reward, life, happiness, prosperity, and even eternal salvation. If you put the wrong gods ahead of you, you will only reap destruction, misery, sadness and damnation.

I hope this doesn’t sound foreign to anyone who has ever set a goal in their life. Set the right goals, or choose the right set of principles, and you will be happy, rich, successful, etc… Choose the wrong set of goals, or the wrong set of principles, and you will find your life full of frustration, anger, sadness, and self-doubt.

Oftentimes, people confuse the God I worship with the god others worship. Let me help you understand what it is I worship.

First, my God is a God of Love, Reason, Mercy, and Justice. He treats us as much more than human, as His own children, with divine potential to be like Him and live with Him. He asks us to pray and do other things in obedience to Him, but the foremost commandments that envelope all others are to love Him and to love each other as we love ourselves. He doesn’t take pleasure in seeing people suffer, but offers the same reward to those who turn as to those who have been faithful their entire lives. He doesn’t play favorites, allowing those who have been righteous but later turn from him to suffer just as those who never listened to Him.

Aren’t these principles that would make anyone happy? Shouldn’t we all see ourselves as divine beings in embryo, as capable of infinite good? Shouldn’t we all agree that love is the answer, that logic and reason are infallible, and that we should all lose ourselves in service to these divine principles and in service to each other? Who can disagree with this? Why do we need to introduce the dead gods of dead civilizations, and to what end would this lead us?

What this climate scientist is doing is abandoning the very religion that lead to the state of science in the modern world. Without tolerant scientists, who can agree to disagree, and who can confront each other warmly but never become bitter enemies, and without scientists who put their full faith and trust in logic and reason, and trust that God’s creation is a creation of order and reason, we would never have what we have today.

Hat tip: Michelle Malkin

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