By Mary W Maxwell
I think I’m getting religion. This morning I was feeling very joyful about the new book by Rebekah Roth, “Methodical Deception,” which is a tell-all concerning 9-11. I am sick of working on the subject and won’t now have to bother anymore. She has found the culprits.
I considered writing an article entitled “Rebekah’s Book is my Nunc Dimittis.” OK, you non-Catholics that’s from Luke 2:29 — “Now, Master, you can let your servant go in peace, just as you promised.”
So then I looked up the ‘matching’ hymn, “O Magnify the Lord,” to which my sister and I used to harmonize. (She is a cantor in her church near Boson.)
As you know, one thing leads to another on Youtube, and that song led me to some kindergarten-age children singing the following words:
“I command you, Satan, in the name of the Lord to put down your weapons and flee. For the Lord has given me authority to walk all over thee.”
That is from Luke 4:6. It led me to Luke 10: 17-19: “The seventy-two returned with joy and said, ‘Lord, even the demons submit to us in your name.’ He replied, ‘I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven. I have given you authority to trample on snakes and scorpions and to overcome all the power of the enemy; nothing will harm you.’”
Oh my, so apt for the occasion – the unraveling of the mystery of 9-11. Time to get rid of the devils. Yeah, man.
Well, that is all I am going to say, as there is nothing more to be said about 9-11. I’ve given Rebekah her just deserts at Rumor Mill dot com, quod vide. Please check it out for its musical offering.