As mentioned in other posts I’ve made, I intend to make a series of threads/articles in order to share some of the knowledge I’ve gained. The more interesting and important and groundbreaking insights will take too long to write right now, so I shall start with some simple things that people probably already know, or may have already been spoken of on this web site. Part of my motivation for doing so is that in later posts, I can cross reference with these posts. Plus, I have a huge symbolic pic collection that I’d love to share. I don’t have any notifications set up so if anybody replies, I am oblivious until I decide to look at the thread again. Please don’t take a lack of a reply for me being rude. Also, I haven’t come here to engage in tiresome debate and be subject to attempts at ridicule by other people whose thinking is behind mine. I am here to share my knowledge and that is the end of it. If you agree, great. If you disagree, you’re more than welcome to - but as far as I’m concerned, you are wrong and that’s the end of the matter. One day you’ll agree with me. Until that day, I’m not going to waste my precious time arguing with you. If you want to take my lack of response as a sign that I can’t defend my viewpoint, then whatever. I lead a very busy life and I’ve got more important things to deal with. I know I probably come across to many as an argumentative, opinionated, arrogant prick. If you agree with that statement - once again, one day you will understand why this is the case. Anyway, onto the crux of the matter: Muslims worship the devil. They don’t think they do, but they do. This doesn’t make them bad people, they have just been seriously hoodwinked. Here are some links that back this up. There’s no point re-inventing the wheel when others have said it better and more comprehensively: Short and sweet: http://www.thestraightway.org/allah-is-satan/ Mark Fairley from the Fuel Project created a good 10 hour documentary called Know Your Enemy which can be viewed on Youtube. It fuses religion and conspiracy theory ideas together really well. This is the part about Islam: I had a good link to somebody talking about Mecca being Babylon in the Book of Revelation, but I can’t find it. Google has links to many similar pages, though. One thing I will say though is this… first there was Judaism that had a lot of silly rules. Then Christ came and there was a new covenant that superseded the rules of Judaism – basically, the only rule is, try to treat people as you wish to be treated. But we are then expected to believe that an angel came to Mohammed and said “Oh yeah, sorry, we got it all wrong, you were actually supposed to follow tons of daft rules and pray five times a day, getting yourself out of bed in the middle of the night telling yourself that prayer is better than sleep and so on and so forth…” What kind of loving God would implement such a system? No loving God, that’s who. [If you are to argue, “what kind of loving God enables the world to be the way it is now?”, I will explain in the main article I wish to write, but it will take a while, I know I’m going about this backwards] It’s the work of the devil/demonic entities, in part (or mainly) in order to harvest positive energy through the Ka’aba. Also, through an experience I had a couple of years ago, I know that Moses and Jesus existed for a fact and that Judaism and Christianity are the real deal. Anything else at all, is not. Not even Buddhism, unfortunately. But that’s a story for a time a long way into the future.