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Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Factology Versus Beliefs

The Universal Zulu Nation seems to an odd mixture of hip-hop, UFOs, and spirituality of a sort. If I was gonna join something resembling a religion, I’d probably join this one.

A quote: “ALTHOUGH THE UNIVERSAL ZULU NATION WAS INTO BELIEFS LIKE SO MANY OTHER HUMANS ON THIS PLANET SO CALLED EARTH IN THE LAST MILLENNIUM, WE WILL IN THIS MILLENNIUM BE LEAVING THE BELIEF SYSTEM AND WILL BE ALL ABOUT FACTOLOGY VERSUS BELIEFS. RIGHT KNOWLEDGE, RIGHT WISDOM, RIGHT OVERSTANDING, RIGHT SOUND REASONING, TO BRING ABOUT RIGHT WAYS AND ACTIONS. RIGHT THINKING SO WHAT YOU SEE BELOW HERE IS OF THE UNIVERSAL ZULU NATION OF PAST THE LAST MILLENNIUM. BEHOLD AND GET READY FOR THE NOW MILLENNIUM. FACTOLOGY VERSUS BELIEFS”

The site itself is well done, and looks good.

3 Comments:

Blogger X. Dell said...

Maybe I could be a cafeteria Factologist, picking and choosing what I like, and leaving what I don't like to rot.

Their music looks awesome. Nice tribute to Emmet Till and his mom.

11:38 AM  
Blogger Suki said...

Right. Whatever. You didn't read down. They believe in One God and the Bible, and have no place for us pagans. Also, who, exactly is saying what is right beliefs, etc., etc.? It's just the same all the rest of the b.s., only with better graphics.

11:44 AM  
Blogger X. Dell said...

Suki's post just goes to show why postmodernism became so popular.

12:01 PM  

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