U.N. invokes the goddess Ixchel!

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My last post was about the ‘Ark Encounter’ and how people think that creationism is unscientific and only idiots believe in the 6 day creation account outlined in the bible.

Well, what about the stupidity of the U.N. Check this out…

Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, invoked the ancient jaguar goddess Ixchel in her opening statement to delegates gathered in Cancun, Mexico, noting that Ixchel was not only goddess of the moon, but also “the goddess of reason, creativity and weaving. May she inspire you — because today, you are gathered in Cancun to weave together the elements of a solid response to climate change, using both reason and creativity as your tools.” [source]

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5 thoughts on “U.N. invokes the goddess Ixchel!

  1. hahaha…. some of the comments following this story are hilarious…

    The UN has failed to follow protocol, when delivering the prayer they should also grab a peasent and rip his heart out and throw the body down a long flight of stairs.

    and…

    The big question is, how do these U.N. officials keep a straight face in public?

    and…

    Perhaps one of you Al Gore wannabees could come over and shovel all this global warming out of my driveway.

    and…

    Exquisite. New age moon battery meets pseudoscience all in pursuit of Western money. This whole thing is comedy gold! Thank you, thank you United Nations.

    I needed a giggle 😀

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  2. ‘During the Mayan festival in the honor of Ixchel: the goddess of the Moon, beehives, fertility, medicine and weaving, a beautiful young woman was chosen by craftsmen and artisans to represent the goddess. This young woman was sacrificed by the priests and flayed.
    Her skin was worn by a man who sat at a loom and pretended to weave, while the craftsmen danced around him in animal costumes. The ceremony was then completed when the worshippers engaged in bloodletting and then had a ritual bath.’

    And this moron is solicting this pagan goddess?

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  3. I knew, I knew, I knew you would catch this! Isn’t it amazing. I have always considered the Climate Issue and it’s extremists members of a false religion… This substantiates that. What a bunch of goobers. Your expository comment about the Myan festival however brings in a level of concern much more deserving of a worthier expletive than ‘goobers’! *sigh*

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    • I know… this is quite scary really. I can’t believe that on one had you have scoffers because of the ‘Ark Encounter’ and yet this can happen without anything being said on a large scale! It reeks of hypocrisy. Well, for me it does anyway!

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