"true religion has its flaws, and things that were made to be for power. Laws, and restraints to those who are weak created by men for control. But know god is real, and so are those to plague the cycle. This letter may not ever be found but to those that need to hear it will, and after you read it you will know by the thought. there were three of them the poisoned one, the damned one, and the evil one. The first we could have stopped, but were not able to get to in time. though he had it all, poisoned by demons he committed the ultimate seen and took his life. We believed him to be a man, and found an english woman who would not be named who gave us the initials s.s.and the name "stɛfɛn", She said he would not last longer and would take his life and would shot himself to death in front of a cross inside a cathedral. Like I said we were to late.

This brings me to the second perhaps the last chance to end the cycle, since the third cannot be stopped born from evil, and with his death it shall begin. The second we will continue to look for, but love will hopefully prevail "[RAH-bin] Hear this and make it so." From when he was young he was poisoned by a demon, cursed with the name of a saint believed to be pronounced "zhahn-pol" the first part meaning God is gracious. He would be there second attempt, yet his love for her would hold the anger and rage he would be damned with. We believe there will b e three attempts to break them, her hands being the only thing to heal him, they will destroy them two times, the damned one being the second. Yet the third attempt will mark the beginning or the end of the third one's coming if she were to fail. We cannot find him and know if he ever were to see her he would remember, and her touch would prevail. other wise the both shall parish and be lost forever bringing about the third one and "infierno". If you see this RAH-bin do what you must and you shall be full find him for he is damned without you, and together your love will be eternal."

Richard Neuhaus

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Comment by richard stephens on May 17, 2009 at 7:29pm
I don't know about the good thing but this quote and story for some reason I have been reading up on and interests me. I personally don,t believe in anything but for some reason I feel like I have to post this for whomever is supposed to hear it, call me crazy. thank you for reading and adding me as your friend
Comment by richard stephens on May 17, 2009 at 7:31pm
I meant "god thing"
Comment by richard stephens on May 17, 2009 at 7:33pm
But this is the most bizar and out of context thing Neuhaus ever said. Makes no sence for a catholic of the church of all people to say. Maybe there is something behind it. Maybe there is a "RAH-bin"
Comment by richard stephens on May 17, 2009 at 7:42pm
Im not sure I am catholic by birth, though faith I have none left, I do research on thing like this on my time off. But why would this guy write about 3 supposed demons or whatever they may be
Comment by richard stephens on May 17, 2009 at 9:22pm
I read this in an article here in Brazil were I am currently stationed working. I will find the article and post it for you to look at. I will also send some others I find interesting
Comment by richard stephens on May 17, 2009 at 9:52pm
that would be great Nelson and ty, I will find and send
Comment by Dave G on May 17, 2009 at 11:34pm
Yes, please do, I'd like to see what this is supposed to be in context with.
Comment by Misty: Baytheist Living! on May 18, 2009 at 5:04am
Are you (or the author of this 'article') basically asking us to keep our eyes peeled for the anti-christ?
I mean, I just woke up and I could be waaaaaaay off here.. but that's what it sounds like to me.

I mean, either way, if you don't believe in gods, demons, heaven or hell, then what's the danger.
I have a keen interest in demonology and angelic beliefs as such, but I write my own little stories based on Biblical characters as works of FICTION.
I even have a group for it. Bible FanFic!
Comment by Misty: Baytheist Living! on May 18, 2009 at 5:04am
< /shameless plug >
Comment by richard stephens on May 20, 2009 at 9:28pm
ty for the comments Misty, the article was written by "Father Richard Neuhaus" who was named the most visible, prolific and influential Christian thinker in the US, and he was, in natural consequence, among the most reviled, despised and denounced figures in modern public intellectual life. I found this article here in Brazil in a library were I was doing some work, and found it very odd. But demonology also interests me and I have never read something so bizzar written by a priest, So I wrote what it said here to share with you all. I am going to scan this article for you all to see and post it here, for Nelson whom requested it. I would love to try to figure this one out and here everyones perspectives.


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