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April 25, 2014 - 9:00 am
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I first saw it at the Super Bowl performance when Beyonce gyrated and snarled at an adoring audience through a wall of fire. That performance went beyond symbolism and into revelation. It was the coming out of a very old and very powerful spirit revealing itself to the world, and I’m not the only one who noticed: 

“We are very disappointed in the failure of the public to recognize the existence of a divine Deity walking among them,” the church’s founder Pauline John Andrews stated. “Deity’s often walk the Earth in their flesh form. Beyonce will transcend back to the spirit once her work here on Mother Earth has been completed.”

“As our congregation continues to swell, we ask that you consider what is more real; an invisible spirit on high, or a walking, talking, breathing Goddess who shows you her true form daily? Beyonce’s spirit is entrancing. We know that she was sent to this place to spread love, peace, and joy. While we do not believe Beyonce to be the Creator, we recognize that she still sits among the throne of Gods.

I can’t believe I’m going to say this, but they’re right (sort of). Beyonce is definitely not the Creator. But she is channeling the ancient spirit of a goddess everyone knows, although her powers are not “peace, love and joy” but sexuality, violence and death. She is Astarte, Asherat, Ishtar, or Aphrodite, whichever name you prefer, and the spirit that has come to rest in her is one that has been here for a very long time meting out all kinds of destruction on human kind. Sexual immorality, disease, death, murder, war — these are her calling cards. She also needs the adoration of the throngs. She craves it, and she gets it. That thing that sort of looked like Beyonce at the Super Bowl commanding people to reach out their hands so she could “feel their energy” was not Beyonce but an ancient goddess coming out in plain daylight. Whether you believe it literally or figuratively is of little importance. Idol worship is alive and well and today’s idols are no different than the ones made out of gold thousands of years ago.

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It's just marketing and a lot of touched-up photography. Other than that, she's really quite common.
17 weeks ago
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Less than a goddess than another jiggling fat butt pretender in the pantheon of American idols. Listen to the singing without the visual performance and the lack of real talent is obvious.
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Wow. I have to applaud you, Ms. Fox. It would have been a tough job for anybody to sound as ridiculously melodramatic as Ms. Pauline John Andrews in her pronouncements about the significance of a vapid pop star...

"Beyonce’s spirit is entrancing. We know that she was sent to this place to spread love, peace, and joy."

But you got pretty damn close.

"whichever name you prefer and the spirit that has come to rest in her is one that has been here for a very long time meting out all kinds of destruction on human kind. Sexual immorality, disease, death, murder, war; these are her calling cards."

So, kudos.
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I noticed an interesting article in the Chicago Tribune local website for Orland Park today entitled "New complaint filed in ongoing library porn fight". The most interesting quote was this: "During the fourth quarter of 2013, the library district spent $22,000 on legal fees, with roughly $14,000 related to FOIA requests — primarily from Fox and DuJan."

That would be you and your friend, I gather. $22,000 of taxpayers' money that you wasted in 3 months. That could have been a job, Megan. Or money that could be spent on street repair or a senior center or fire-fighting -- or maybe just given back to the poor taxpayers of Orland Park.

The article's byline was a reporter called Dennis Sullivan. He sounds like he's just getting started on this story of tax dollars being wasted. Good luck to him.
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"or maybe just given back to the poor taxpayers of Orland Park."

Or maybe these taxpayer funded defenders of pornography in public places could just do their jobs and comply with the law?

Nah, that doesn't make any sense.
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Beyonce proved herself to NOT be a diety. A female diety would not show her labia minora when they are the size of a barn door flapping in the wind. And her labia are definitely the size of a barn door. A LARGE barn door.
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The current incarnation of Ishtar will be 50 soon enough. Wrinkles, sagging boobs, pot belly, the whole 9 yards.

And when she's 60, it will be as if she had never been.

External validation. The drug of choice of the empty.
16 weeks ago
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I think the head of this church should be Beyoncé herself, because no on adores her more than she does.
The woman has candid vacation photos of herself professionally touched up!
16 weeks ago
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That's pretty sad, isn't it? That ANY entertainer, let alone someone so vapid, should be on that list, says a lot aboiut America, and what it says is not good.

16 weeks ago
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How is the spot filled? By the editors at "Time"? By votes from its readers?
16 weeks ago
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Good question.
16 weeks ago
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So what if people want to adore Beyonce? Why is this a problem? Isn't our country founded on freedom of religion? At long as those who worship Beyonce aren't threatening to murder infidels, I'm okay with it.
16 weeks ago
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I enjoyed the music from the Superbowl, but I don't "overthink" modern music. Ms. Andrews simply needs to "get a life".
16 weeks ago
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Any thinking about it is likely to be "overthinking" it.

Best not to think about it at all. It does not go well with thinking.

16 weeks ago
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Note to morons: don't drink the kool-aid.
17 weeks ago
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Hey, same folks as what voted for Obama.
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It's just marketing and a lot of touched-up photography. Other than that, she's really quite common.
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