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  • Beware of Liberia Scam!

    Meet Quita Bemah. She's an LDS and looking for a companion.

    She's also the (?) Director the Dahesh Mission in Liberia... She's also, of course, on FaceBook Japan... Again, her name is Quita Bemah... which is not to be confused with Quita Bull...

    Anyway, you can (clearly) QM'S name on the following SCAM pages:

    SCAM #1
    http://daheshist.angelfire.com/DECLARATION.html

    SCAM #2
    http://daheshist.angelfire.com/BORTO.html

    Care to guess who is actually responsible behind these scams?

    And better yet, care to remember who added fuel to the fire by disregarding all warnings, throwing caution to the wind, and proceed to create this Post-modern Frankenstein Monster who cares as much about Daheshism as the men and women he recruits to act in pornographic movies?

    And why?

    Because that person (and we paraphrase) "has no problem talking about their" (and here, we quote) "spiritual credentials"

    Friends...

    Just because a person was given a specific task (by Divine Order) that does not give validity to everything they do or say... Just look at history... and you will see that to be factual.

    Furthermore, not even geniuses or brave heroes are perfect — some of whom are forerunners sent to Earth by Divine order to improve the Human condition and (arguably) assist in bringing science and faith closer together (thus paving the way for the next Divine Messenger, whose Miracles and Manifestations would then be seen in a light closer to science than that of "Magic").

    Case in point...

    Wasn't Albert Einstein the man who (allegedly) wrote to Edgar Meyer in January 1915:

    "I see only with deep regret that God punishes so many of His children for their numerous stupidities, for which only He Himself can be held responsible; in my opinion, only His nonexistence could excuse Him."


    And how about Thomas Edison?

    He (allegedly) wrote:

    "We do not know the gods of religions. And nature is not kind, or merciful, or loving. If God made me -- the fabled God of the three qualities of which I spoke: mercy, kindness, love -- He also made the fish I catch and eat. And where do His mercy, kindness, and love for that fish come in? No; nature made us -- nature did it all -- not the gods of the religions."

    How about Thomas Jefferson?

    Would there even be a UNITED STATES without a Thomas Jefferson? He was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. And would there even be talk of the Spread of Daheshism without the Birth of the UNITED STATES?

    Look at what he (allegedly) wrote:
    "Among the sayings and discourses imputed to him [Jesus] by his biographers, I find many passages of fine imagination, correct morality, and of the most lovely benevolence; and others again of so much ignorance, so much absurdity, so much untruth, charlatanism, and imposture, as to pronounce it impossible that such contradictions should have proceeded from the same being."

    "It is between fifty and sixty years since I read it [the Apocalypse], and I then considered it merely the ravings of a maniac, no more worthy nor capable of explanation than the incoherences of our own nightly dreams."

    Our point? Simply this:

    Do not judge a person as if they were one clump of Spiritual Fluids.

    Instead, realize that every person ever born on this Earth is made of a mixture of Spiritual Fluids with varying degrees of loftiness and others belonging to not-so-lofty levels of existence.

    Each person is the resultant of all of these interactions happening between the conflicting Spiritual Fluids.

    That means, basically, Einstein was certainly a genius. And he most certainly had lofty Spiritual Fluids.

    But, and if what Einstein said about God was true, then he was not above blaspheming! But does that mean — now — that we should vilify him?

    Those who see the world as only black or white would...

    Once again, the door is open to any Daheshist who wants to have his or her own platform to spread the Good News of the Divine Message.

    They can express whatever opinion they want as long as they don't expect others to remain quiet. And as long as they quote Doctor Dahesh correctly (aside from providing commentary and opinions) they have free reign.

    In fact, and we can prove it, Daheshville (to this day) promotes and features the work of those who (driven by the best of intentions) vilify it!
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