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SSPX Resistance News / Re: Catechism Class
« Last post by Neil Obstat on Yesterday at 10:35:29 PM »
Sorry Neil, I thought it was obvious.

Apparently it was not.

Mea culpa.
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Apology accepted! Now, go in peace, my son.................. (that was the punch line)
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I don't suppose it's unreasonable to overlook a detail like that. After all, you were thinking about the validity of the priest's ordination and secondarily about the validity of the bishop's consecration. Of course you were. But you specifically were keeping those topics mute so as to make the "Catechism Class" lesson more exciting -- or, was it, more obfuscated? Well, whatever the case, the whole point was that the question was more challenging when these details were omitted, wasn't it?
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I still find it glaringly ironic that when the SSPX commits the grave error of glossing over a detail (such as the presumed validity of priestly orders and/or episcopal consecrations) they get hammered with a CI thread that inadvertently commits a closely related error.
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The principal difference on the surface is, when SeanJohnson is faced with the exposition of shall we say, hypocrisy, he saves himself by apologizing for the oversight (which he apparently made while trying to make a thread more interesting) but the SSPX doesn't seem to be capable of apologizing for anything. Do they?
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Husband needs an anti-fungal remedy for his toes
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 10:15:02 PM »
You wont go to a doctor because you think the meds are hard on your liver..
...but you will ingest chemical substances like hydrogen peroxide?

This whole thread reeks of trads thinking they know better than anyone who is not a trad, and now that arrogance extends to medicine, and you try treat yourself with your own amateur knowledge, potions, concoctions, and spells like some witchdoctor shaman. If people dont get worse from catholic magic potions it is because the human body is resilient, but dont anyone think that your stupid mixtures of vegetables and plants is a substitute for actual medicine. How do you know these concoctions are not doing you more harm, do you know if your system can take it. Just because a chapel magician mixes you a potion does not mean you suspend your critical thinking faculty and drink it and think your faith will heal it. Delusional people.
If eating vegetables cures fungal infections medicine would not have been invented.
But then you think medicine is from the devil, as if your some sort of naturalist who venerates natural cures,
yet at the same time you people have hangups about natural sexual functions and relationships,
so dont tell me you venerate nature. You extend this catholic know it all arrogance to science.
Even if im wrong about how harmful it is to drink a chemical that is used to treat ear wax,
it does not change the fact that you should have a bit of humility and not dare to presume you know more than doctors.

fine im out of this thread. too much religious crazy in it.
There is a time and a place for western and eastern (natural)medicine.  Both do their job well and compliment each other.  One is not a substitute for the other.  Prudence is key.
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Husband needs an anti-fungal remedy for his toes
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 10:11:06 PM »
1. Soak both feet in regular Listerine two to three times a day, up to an hour.  
2. Apply lamisil and socks afterwards.
3. Throw out his shoes and do not wear shoes until the fungus is gone. Sandals are o.k.  When the fungus is gone, get new shoes.
4. Do not go barefoot anywhere, not even in the house.
5. Cut off as much dead toenail as possible, so the medication can get to the skin.
6. Detox.  Get a good detox and do it.
7. Do a heavy metal detox.  Doesn't hurt anyone,  but clears a lot: drink 2 drops pure cilantro oil in 1 cup of water daily and take 10,000 mg broken cell wall chlorella three times a day.  One month on, one month off, then one month on again.
8. absolutely no sugary foods.  They feed fungus.
9. Get screened for cancer only if you will do something about it.  
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Husband needs an anti-fungal remedy for his toes
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 10:02:04 PM »
 Get your blood clean and your health issue, in this case fungus, will be resolved.  You clean your blood by making your blood (more) alkaline.   You make your blood more alkaline by eating alkaline foods.  Here is a food chart:

http://www.phmiracleliving.com/t-food-chart.aspx

My favorite doctor says do a 70% starch to 30% non starchy vegetable diet.  
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Husband needs an anti-fungal remedy for his toes
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 09:52:40 PM »
You wont go to a doctor because you think the meds are hard on your liver..
...but you will ingest chemical substances like hydrogen peroxide?

This whole thread reeks of trads thinking they know better than anyone who is not a trad, and now that arrogance extends to medicine, and you try treat yourself with your own amateur knowledge, potions, concoctions, and spells like some witchdoctor shaman. If people dont get worse from catholic magic potions it is because the human body is resilient, but dont anyone think that your stupid mixtures of vegetables and plants is a substitute for actual medicine. How do you know these concoctions are not doing you more harm, do you know if your system can take it. Just because a chapel magician mixes you a potion does not mean you suspend your critical thinking faculty and drink it and think your faith will heal it. Delusional people.
If eating vegetables cures fungal infections medicine would not have been invented.
But then you think medicine is from the devil, as if your some sort of naturalist who venerates natural cures,
yet at the same time you people have hangups about natural sexual functions and relationships,
so dont tell me you venerate nature. You extend this catholic know it all arrogance to science.
Even if im wrong about how harmful it is to drink a chemical that is used to treat ear wax,
it does not change the fact that you should have a bit of humility and not dare to presume you know more than doctors.

fine im out of this thread. too much religious crazy in it.
Ever think about anger management class? You sound like a good candidate for it. 
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Crisis in the Church / Re: Will go to confession tomorrow
« Last post by victim of the sspx on Yesterday at 09:50:31 PM »
Did you make it?
No I was overcome by a flood of negative emotions at the last minute.
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Felt bad about not going.
But whoever is sending me threats of doom might ambush me,
and if i go with humility I will get bullied.
Im not yet convinced i should allow myself to be bullied because it is virtuous to suffer in silence and humility.
I have changed from the past. My old ways did not serve me.
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Husband needs an anti-fungal remedy for his toes
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 09:45:16 PM »
You wont go to a doctor because you think the meds are hard on your liver..
...but you will ingest chemical substances like hydrogen peroxide?

This whole thread reeks of trads thinking they know better than anyone who is not a trad, and now that arrogance extends to medicine, and you try treat yourself with your own amateur knowledge, potions, concoctions, and spells like some witchdoctor shaman. If people dont get worse from catholic magic potions it is because the human body is resilient, but dont anyone think that your stupid mixtures of vegetables and plants is a substitute for actual medicine. How do you know these concoctions are not doing you more harm, do you know if your system can take it. Just because a chapel magician mixes you a potion does not mean you suspend your critical thinking faculty and drink it and think your faith will heal it. Delusional people.
If eating vegetables cures fungal infections medicine would not have been invented.
But then you think medicine is from the devil, as if your some sort of naturalist who venerates natural cures,
yet at the same time you people have hangups about natural sexual functions and relationships,
so dont tell me you venerate nature. You extend this catholic know it all arrogance to science.
Even if im wrong about how harmful it is to drink a chemical that is used to treat ear wax,
it does not change the fact that you should have a bit of humility and not dare to presume you know more than doctors.

fine im out of this thread. too much religious crazy in it.
Good. Bye. You contributed nothing.
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Husband needs an anti-fungal remedy for his toes
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 09:42:57 PM »
I've tried tea tree oil, it was simply mitigating, not enough. OTC antifungals, ditto, mitigation, not a cure. Vinegar, baking soda. ditto.

Fungal infections infect the toenail entirely, so topical stuff that doesn't soak into the toenail sufficently and kill fungus sufficiently doesn't work.

A doctor told me once the way to deal with it is to get a prescription topical antifungal, that these are stronger and better at soaking into the toenail itself. That'd probably be what to try next, if you're afraid of the consequences of oral medication which requires multiple doctor visits to test and make sure you're not harmed by it internally, and that's understandably a concern.
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Husband needs an anti-fungal remedy for his toes
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 09:38:10 PM »
And while your at it, I hear toilet roll carries bacteria that can harm your system.
You should all wipe yourselves with leaves. Toilet roll is from the devil.
:facepalm:
No, don’t use leaves they are contaminated with chemtrail poisons.  What you need is that old-fashioned toilet paper with wood splinters in it.  Yeah, that’s the ticket!
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