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Why Does Ra The Ruling Flesh And Blood Eating Vermin Celebrate Death On Earth

What are the facts concerning Earth the kingdom of ra, the feces' eater?

Facts: Virus rules earth, which is the link of Mold of the Fungi kingdom, bacteria of the monera kingdom, Amoeba of the Protista Kingdom, mistletoe of the Plantae kingdom, and flies and worms of the Animalia kingdom. I know that they don’t call these vermins virus, but they are able to produce viruses that link the parasites they put in humans and other mammals to them to control. If you see a roach next to you, it is not there to visit you, but to visit the virus it puts in you. Since they practice the art of dying for their own as in “resurrection”, so the roach might let you see it just so you can kill it. The result is the air of the roach you breathe will be used by it virus it puts in you if it knows that the virus is in danger. So you never see a roach without a reason, otherwise, it stays away from humans. It goes for all other nasty vermins you see flying around you if it is not there to drink your blood and impregnate you again with their viruses.

Ra is a filthy, bloodless, cannibalistic, feces eating, rotten eating vermin that put its parasites in all mammals that cause humans to eat feces. Ra is a filthy rainbow, a stinking rain, a viral cloud, a stench that filled the planet and all mammals with parasites, filled the planet with its legion of vermins and that needs to pack its clique of filth and vanish without living a trace of its existence anyhere to be found. Vanish Ram, you and your click, without harming anyone. People needs to kill parasites of ra from their body. Fight ra and its clique out of existence. Clean the planet of its fith: Ra.

Insects: How long does it take flesh-eating beetles to devour a human corpse down to the bone?

Let's take a 100 pound white-tail deer that has died in the woods somewhere in the Midwest USA during the summer. 100 pounds is a little smaller than the "average" human. We usually use 150 pound humans as an average for such calculations. At any rate, such a deer can be reduced to bones (with a little hide still attached) in just a few weeks during the summer -- although the "cleaning" of the organism is not due to just one kind of beetle!  There is a veritable ecosystem involved. Sarcophagid flies and and other flesh-eating flies lay eggs and the rapidly hatched maggots really go to town on the muscles and organs. Several species of beetles, like the dermestid beetles, carpet beetles, and hide beetles, also play a role. A few kinds of wasps hang around and prey on the flesh eaters. In the meantime, you will find unique colonies of bacteria (and sometimes, fungi) accumulating and growing under and around the carcass as the body fluids and products of flesh digestion are released into the soil. When the ambient temperature is at least in the 80s (F) and there are no long, hard hard rains, a 100 pound carcass can be reduced to bones in just a couple weeks. The average time from death to bones is around 4-6 weeks, but there are so many variables.Studies done close to where I live (in central Indiana) with 100+ pound pigs in areas protected from scavengers like vultures and coyotes, have seen pig carcasses reduced to the skeleton in as little as 2 weeks in the summer.

Why does a dead body float in water?

When a person die, his outer body only is left over, the soul will take up another body made of energy and goes to the upperworld to enjoy the results of his or her deeds upon this earth. This earth is called as Karma loka meaning it is the place of doing deeds, in the upperworld after death the souls cannot do any deed but are the places to enjoy the results of its deeds either good or bad in places like heaven and hell. Thus when one is alive in this world, one shall be very careful about the time one get in this world, to use it usefully.The human life is neither for doing good deeds nor for doing bad deedsGita says that a realized soul who uses the analysis by intelligence leaves the concepts of both happiness obtained by doing good deeds and misery obtained by doing bad deeds (Buddhi Yukto Jahatiha Ubhe Sukruta Dushkrute). This means that you are trying for the temporary happiness of heaven and trying to avoid the temporary misery of hell here as well as in the upper world. This means that if you are analyzing the scriptures with sharp logic to realize the ultimate goal of the human life, you will not be interested in neither happiness nor in misery during the life as well as after death.The ultimate goal of life is not anything related to your self, because it is aimed at pleasing the creator since the original aim of this creation is only the pleasure of the Lord through entertainment. Therefore, the original aim of yourself, other selves and the entire universe is only to serve the Lord and please Him.Then, you will be blessed by the Lord with His eternal divine grace and your life is fulfilled. Therefore, the human life is neither for doing good deeds nor for doing bad deeds and it is also not for enjoying the good fruits or bad fruits. You are wasting the human life in doing good works and some times doing bad works due to the force of your ignorance. By this very little time is left over here to serve the Lord. If this little time is also used for enjoying good and bad fruits, no time is left for you to do the service to God and get His blessings. Hence, to save at least this little time for realization of spiritual knowledge and subsequent involvement in the divine service, at least the enjoyment of good and bad deeds is postponed to a latter time and at a latter place. The latter time is after death and latter places are hell and heaven. This is the reason for creation of hell and heaven separately to enjoy the results after death.

Why do meat eaters consider it normal to kill and eat the flesh and blood of living creatures?

I was a meat eater, until the age of 60.In my youth my family had a cow for milk and every year we killed a pig for meat. It had to be rationed evenly over 12 months until the next pig was ready for slaughter. Also a few chickens for special occasions. Eggs when the chickens felt like giving them to us.The feces and urine of the animals were mixed in their bedding and then used for fertilizer for the vegetables we cultivated.Then industrial agriculture came along. It is not the same as the agriculture I saw then.Not for the animals where thousands of them are in enclosed pens, being fed huge amounts of antibiotics to avoid herd infections, and hormones to make them grow really fast.And neither for the plants, that now have to be fed on artificial (oil and gas consuming) fertilizers, and sprayed with industrial doses of pesticides in order to reach the consumer in the big city.About 3 years ago I saw the documentary Cowspiracy. (Here with Spanish subtitles)And I decided that for the benefit of our little blue dot circling around in endless space, I had to make a sacrifice. And for the benefit of keeping intact the ability of antibiotics to cure human illnesses, I had to make a sacrifice.So I made the effort to stop eating meat. As a political statement. I am not totally vegeterian, because every once in a while I cheat. With a Salami or Prosciuto sandwich, which were my favourites. But I have become what the British call a reducetarian.I eat some fish. But there again reduced the amount to a tenth of what I used to eat. Because I realized that the oceans are also being emptied of animal protein because of our exagerated consumption.So I upvoted Sebastien’s answer. It is indeed worthy of a TED talk. But for the sake of the planet and our future generations, we all need to become very frugal in our consumption of animal protein. And very careful with all the plants that require huge amounts of water, fertilizer and pesticides.Yes, we evolved through the consumption of meat. But it was certainly not grown in barns of 10 thousand pigs, or chickens or cows, with the sewage being emptied in rivers and oceans.And now that we have a brain that can figure out these problems, we have to act on them. Or else there will be a planet circling around the sun, but with no humans in it very soon.

Why do Catholics Celebrate the Eucharist?

Simple answer is because Jesus instructed that we should eat His body and drink His blood and if not we shall not have life within us.
The doctrine of the Real Presence asserts that in the Holy Eucharist, Jesus is literally and wholly present—body and blood, soul and divinity—under the appearances of bread and wine. Evangelicals and Fundamentalists frequently attack this doctrine as "unbiblical," but the Bible is forthright in declaring it (cf. 1 Cor. 10:16–17, 11:23–29; and, most forcefully, John 6:32–71).

The early Church Fathers interpreted these passages literally. In summarizing the early Fathers’ teachings on Christ’s Real Presence, renowned Protestant historian of the early Church J. N. D. Kelly, writes: "Eucharistic teaching, it should be understood at the outset, was in general unquestioningly realist, i.e., the consecrated bread and wine were taken to be, and were treated and designated as, the Savior’s body and blood" (Early Christian Doctrines, 440).



Justin Martyr wrote; "We call this food Eucharist, and no one else is permitted to partake of it, except one who believes our teaching to be true and who has been washed in the washing which is for the remission of sins and for regeneration [i.e., has received baptism] and is thereby living as Christ enjoined. For not as common bread nor common drink do we receive these; but since Jesus Christ our Savior was made incarnate by the word of God and had both flesh and blood for our salvation, so too, as we have been taught, the food which has been made into the Eucharist by the Eucharistic prayer set down by him, and by the change of which our blood and flesh is nurtured, is both the flesh and the blood of that incarnated Jesus" (First Apology 66 [A.D. 151]).

Why do Catholics 'feast on the flesh and blood of christ'? Nobody finds that wierd or wrong?

First of all, you are correct in thinking that Catholics believe they actually eat the flesh and drink the blood of Christ when they receive communion (the Eucharist).
And yes, some people have always found it weird and many people still do (even some Catholics unfortunately), this can be seen in the Gospel of John chapter six (see especially 6:35-70)where many of Christ's disciples left him because of his statement (command) that: "...unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man, and drink his blood, you shall not have life with in you."-John 6:54, and so on.
And yet, despite this loss of followers, Jesus did not change his mind or statement, he let them leave.
Sure, it does sound weird, and it seems to go against the whole law against cannibalism, but when you connect and understand Jesus' relation to the required sacrifice and eating of the passover lamb, it begins to make sense.
The jews were commanded by God to perpetually(as in forever, always, without ceasing) keep the Passover feast which included the sacrifice and eating of a male lamb so that "death" would "pass over" them.
Now that Jesus, who is called the Lamb of God has come, this "perpetual sacrifice" of Passover is fullfilled by his eternal sacrifice for all men of all time on the cross and his institution of the Eucharist at the last supper.
So yes, we do eat the flesh and drink the blood of Christ, the Lamb of God, because we were told to, so that we may "pass-over" death into eternal life. Indeed, God does work in mysterious (and weird) ways.

This is a very short and imperfect answer to a very deep question on a very profound and amaizing topic. I hope it helps.

Why do christians symbolicly eat the flesh and drink the blood of their lord?

any Christian who seriously believes and understnads this Communion is not limited under Catoholic Tradition.

the bread represents the body of Christ that he was about to sacrifice for everyone on earth "for sinners we are all" and by eating of the bread we accept his sacrifice for our sins and forsake our sinful lives with a refreshing forgiveness of our lives when we eat of it "take the bread and eat in rememberance of me (Jesus/Yahweh)"

we drink the wine (the blood figuratively again) to signify that our cup runnith over as long as we believe in him. to signify that we are a wine skin that must continually be refilled with new wine or the old wine skin will break. the blood that Jesus had which was spilt over our sins is to remind us of how he endured the life of flesh and suffered as we do and he still is glorified and that if we drink of the wine we signify that we accept him as god and as Jesus and the consumption signifies that as the wine is digested into our bodies so shall the Comforter (Holy spirit) so that we shall never be alone

Why do people still celebrate Thanksgiving?

I feel the need to bounce the question back with a "Why on Earth would people stop celebrating Thanksgiving?"Thanksgiving is amazing.  There are many reasons to celebrate it, such as:Tradition.  Traditions are the foundations of our cultures.  Continuing traditions helps us feel connected to our heritage.We should be thankful for what we have.  An opportunity to communally do that is a good thing.  Not only do people celebrate that thanks within their own homes, but there is a huge surge in donations and food drives for the needy, at Thanksgiving.  Right now, just outside my office, are three huge boxes full of cans, boxes, and packets of donated food, waiting to go to a food bank.It's almost pure.  It is one of the rare holidays that has a simple, universal, foundation and has not been overly commercially co-opted.It brings family together.  The two busiest days of the year for travel, in the United States, are the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the Sunday after Thanksgiving.  More Americans travel to be with family at Thanksgiving than for any other holiday, including Christmas.The traditional Thanksgiving meal is a truly amazing meal.  Roast turkey, gravy, stuffing, roast potatoes and vegetables, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, so on and so on - all amazing flavors that work together incredibly.  For many Americans, the Thanksgiving dinner is the most important meal of the year.  88% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving day.  Only 65% of Americans eat turkey on Christmas day.  1/6 of all turkey sold in the US is consumed at Thanksgiving.  For turkey farmers, nothing is bigger than Thanksgiving.  20% of the cranberries consumed in the US are consumed during Thanksgiving week.  For cranberry farmers, nothing is bigger than Thanksgiving.  Every Thanksgiving Day I spend seven hours in the kitchen preparing a feast that all of my guests will talk about, all year.It begins the holiday season.  For many Americans, the holiday season begins with the Macy's parade on Thanksgiving Day and runs through New Years day.  Most people that I know consider the Christmas season to start the weekend after Thanksgiving.  That's when many traditionally put up their trees.  And this year, a rare occurrence, Thanksgiving coincides with the beginning of Hanukkah.All of that put together summarizes as: It creates happiness.And last, but not least, Joey Tribbiani celebrates Thanksgiving:

Christ's literal flesh and blood?

HOWDY THERE!!! Maybe I can explain this a bit better without all that cut/paste stuff.



Remember the story of Exodus? Remember when Moses was trying to get Pharoah to release the Hebrews from their captivity? And the final "plague" was the death of the firstborn of Egypt? Remember what the Jews were instructed to do in order for the Angel of Death to "pass over" their homes and leave their "houses" untouched?

RIIIIIIIGHT!!! Kill the unblemished lamb, "paint" it's blood on the door, and then cook and eat the lamb's meat.

Now... Jesus harkens back to the "Passover." He says that HE is the Pascal Lamb, sacrificed for us to spare us death. And just as the Jews were instructed to eat the flesh, so Jesus instructs His disciples to eat HIS flesh. Now, while blood is not drunk by the Jews (it is forbidden as a food!) it is important, and necessary for cleansing of sins... without the shedding of blood, there is not forgiveness (hey... I didn't make the rules, God did!).

Now, as for the "transubstantiation," it might be best for you to read the article from the LCMS (Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod) regarding this exact "issue." Animal AND human flesh AND blood have been eaten/drunk by many cultures. While we, in our "modern times" frown upon the practice, that does not mean others don't do it... even today. But as far as this "issue" goes, it is safe to say that this is one of those things which is beyond our limited human understanding!!!


Have a blessed day.

Why do certain maggots eat dead flesh from wounds, but leave the living tissue? How do they discern one from another?

Living and dead tissue are physiologically & chemically different.Living tissue is able to protect itself from infections or other physiological stress with the help of the immune system. The bacteria, helminths or in this case maggots can be neutralized by macrophages in the blood. So in case of healthy tissue not all kinds of maggots can invade and feast on it.In case of dead tissue, the cells are no more able to protect themselves and have started decaying. The degradation results in the breakdown of complex biomolecules in the tissue into simpler forms which serve as food for the maggots. The maggots are able to distinguish the dead tissue from the living by picking up the chemical traces that are released from the dead tissue in the form of trace volatile alcohols or sulphides due to the degradation of carbohydrates and proteins (think rotting smell) and move towards it consuming everything emitting those chemical traces.