(revised - see Notes)The plan by a tiny Florida church to burn Korans on Sept. 11 is drawing condemnation from top U.S. officials and religious leaders, including the White House, the State Department and Gen. David H. Petraeus, who warned Tuesday that it could endanger U.S. troops in the Muslim world.At the Dove World Outreach Center, a 50-member evangelical Christian church in Gainesville, Fla., pastor Terry Jones told CNN on Tuesday that he was "taking the general's words very serious," and "we are definitely praying about it," leaving open the possibility that the event could be canceled. But he also said the plan is firm and is meant as "a warning to radical Islam" to say, "if you attack us, we will attack you."
I doubt Pastor Jones has burned, or ever will burn, a copy of The Book of the Law by Aleister Crowley, the foundational document of modern Satanist mass-movement, which is disguised as black magic, i.e. "wizardry." If Pastor Jones responded by asking whether Satanism has ever attacked us, I would reply that he should examine the roots of the 9/11 attacks, and "Islamic" terrorism in general. The "war on terror," which his actions will tend to exacerbate, is actually Satanism on a vast scale, in which the majority of the US military is also being victimized.
Note the official designation for this cruel ritual: International Burn a Koran Day." First of all, the assertion that it's international is ludicrous, considering that there are only about 20 people left in the church, unless it's an allusion to organized Satanism. "Burn a Koran Day" converts to 55 1 59 30, i.e. 55 90, i.e. 11x5 6x15/"666x5," where 11 is the number of black magic (which Satanism pretends to be), and 666 is the number of the being that inspires black magic. The rest of the numbers below the title all, just coincidentally, are "occult" numbers. Also, "pm" converts to 29, which converts to 11. By the way, "international" converts to 152, which converts to 8, as in 8th Sphere. Just coincidentally.
Not long ago, another tiny Fundy church, the Westboro Baptist Church, was notorious for its cruel, ritualistic "protests" at the funerals of American soldiers.
Rev A: In first sentence of next-to-last paragraph, changed "ritual" to "cruel ritual"; and in last sentence, changed 'cruel protests' to 'cruel, ritualistic "protests"'.