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<strong>Walt Disney is God.</strong> This is not to be taken literally, as in, the man Walter Elias Disney was not the creator of the universe. We might say, however, that all the secrets of the universe can be distilled into this one phrase. For pure utilitarian purposes, even to think this phrase can break you out of the <a href="http://warinheaven.com/wiki/knowledge/black-iron-prison/" title="Black Iron Prison">Black Iron Prison</a>. It is the declaration of victory that is passed around the secret Christians Philip K. Dick wrote about in <i>VALIS, </i>and whose secret message is as follows: Walt Disney is not literally God, God being the one who is ultimately responsible for the way things are. Walt was an entertainer, whose fare was of the "light" variety, as what children would like. The declaration pivots on the word "light", that when we say, "Walt Disney is God," we are saying that everything is now light. Thus is the secret message: the side of light has now won. <strong>The Devil created pain</strong> This was overheard during the War, and immediately it struck me as astonishing. But the aesthetics of the sensation of pain bears out this claim. Though even pain can be made beautiful, it is an ugly thing by nature. This observation opened a whole world of possibility, as far as how everything came to be as it is now. <strong>Annihilationism</strong> Smack in the middle of Universalism (which was popular among the early Christians) and an eternal Hell (which came into favor per Augustine), the actual state of affairs in the Judgment is most likely that the Second Death (being thrown into the Lake of Fire) is a cessation of existence, the burning away of all sin until there is literally nothing left. This seems to be the "fairest" justice, accounting for the most coverage of such prophecy. <strong>Judas Iscariot was innocent</strong> As Mary Magdalene was counted among the prostitutes and became their de facto saint, the aspersions about Judas Iscariot were made between his death and the writing of the Gospels, notably the Gospel According to John. This proved to be useful, as similarly Mary Magdalene gave hope to many hopeless. The insult to Judas was a key article in the ultimate defeat of Evil.