On Rights, Exercising Rights and Performing Rites
Part 3 of 3
Have you taken the opportunity to ponder what your life would be like without a certain person in it, or their life without yours? How did you feel thinking about those gaps? It’s ok to have a little fun with this – we all have that one person that we could do with a little less of. Keep in mind the door swings both ways and someone else may want to reduce your airtime. And yes, we can scan the headlines for those individuals who we know have harmed life through their Free Will Choices. As said, we all came with a Purpose and a Plan, it is up to us to follow the high road, or not.
Consider also the seemingly random encounters – at the coffee shop, grocery store - have you ever noticed that some of those fleeting encounters leave an impact?
We come now to the third “R” in the series. We talked about Rights, Right, and now we shall discuss Rites.
What exactly is a Rite? A Rite is defined as a religious or other solemn ceremony or act. I will make the argument that there are circumstances where abortion is just that. Don’t leave just yet. Hear me out.
No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other, Ye cannot serve God and mammon.
Numerous women in the public eye have shared their abortion experiences. This article provides a good breadth of circumstances behind this Free Will Choice. Read carefully the explanations, and, read the emotions between the lines and in the words.
Any person with heart will have empathy for the rape victim, the teenager, the woman lacking resources and support (emotional and material). As you read, feel their own sense of pure fear, loneliness, aloneness, confusion and for some, desperation. Though I disagree with the choice of abortion, I can understand the feelings that drive the decision.
A few stories chilled me. Having a child would have been a real problem for the careers of Stevie Nicks and Joan Collins. Read Matthew 6:24 again.
"I would not have my career. I would not have the ability or platform I use to fight against oppression with all my heart. … I would never had been free to be myself – and that’s what this fight is all about: freedom."
This is human sacrifice. This is disposing of a life because fame and fortune were more important. There was a Rite performed. The Heavenly God replaced by the material god.
Next up, we have politicians holding up abortions in a most incredible and inane way. Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont is using the state’s liberal abortion laws as a recruiting tool. He is actually using the practice to try and lure business to the struggling state under the euphemism of ‘protecting reproductive rights’. Read Matthew 6:24 again.
Governor Lamont also signed legislation in 2022 to expand the types of medical personnel that can legally perform abortions. An M.D. is not required.
Consider also that abortion is a business. It is not reproductive health care, it is not a medical procedure. It is a process by which a medical professional snuffs out the life of an unborn child. Abortion is a money-maker. And let us not overlook the revenue stream from the sale of body parts of the dead children. Read Matthew 6:24 again.
Shockingly, there are the clergy who support abortion. Abortion is the breaking of God’s commandment ‘Thou shalt not kill’. How does one preach love and brotherhood from the pulpit one day and go out the next and behave as if this commandment was never handed down to us? Just which god are they serving? God makes no distinction, there is no 'except when it utero...'
If none of this causes you to consider that perhaps there is just a little more going on here you may want to read about abortion as a protected religious liberty as argued by the Satanic Temple in Texas.
A Rite is defined as a religious or other solemn ceremony or act. There is a dark and sinister force that roams this world for the ruin of souls and this act feeds it.
David Miedema, in his article Child Sacrifice in the Western World pulls all of the above together quite well:
"...Instead, it is considered good that the fetus be sacrificed for the “well being” of the mother or for the “sake of society” as a whole. This is nearly identical to the reason for ritual child sacrifice that set forward in the beginning of this discussion. The child is killed with the promise that the killer will have an increased quality of life..." (emphasis added)
Isn't this the very same justification most women in the articles I shared have stated? From their very own lips? Very plainly, lives were sacrificed, souls denied entry into the Matter Cosmos so that someone who was already here did not have their life interrupted or disrupted. Celebrities are merely used here as examples. This very same inner conversation happens daily in women all over the country, women from all walks of life.
It is a dark irony that those supporting abortion are on this side of the veil.
Every woman can exercise her Free Will Right to end her child's life. As we consider our interconnectedness, the grand, complex plan orchestrated by God, can we in truth call that Right right? Considering the ones who engage for financial gain, for fame, for fortune, for business, for ease, for comfort, for convenience; let us be honest and recognize it as a Rite.
Remember also that though it is a woman's choice, the act is a shared execution whether it be chemical or by direct contact. Hence there is shared responsibility and accountability. Nothing is hidden, no Commandment broken, that is out of the sight of the eyes of God.
Something to think about.