Honoring Gaia

Okay, so apparently there’s some sort of “Earth Hour” today, and we’re all supposed to turn out our lights during part of this evening. 


 The Presence of Gaia by Josephine Wall

Consequently, I am making it a point to activate lights that I would otherwise leave off. After all, I’m not a big fan of religious holidays, and I certainly don’t submit to holidays honoring the earth goddess, Gaia. Everyone, fight the power! Embrace the light of truth!

Environmentalism takes advantage of humanity’s religious nature. Ever since the dawn of man, humans have realized the fallen nature of this world. That is why ancient cultures all sacrificed animals to the gods, and some of them even sacrificed human beings.

Eventually, Christianity arrived and conquered much of the globe. Christianity taught that animal sacrifice was no longer necessary — and effectively ended the practice. In fact, true Christianity condemns almost all efforts to sacrifice anything merely for the sake of sacrificing (Temporary fasting from food is about the only possible exception). But even in Christianized areas, many people either reject the gospel entirely or accept the gospel, but only in theory. Therefore, many deluded individuals still feel an emotional need to sacrifice something for their own “spiritual” benefit.

That is where environmentalism grabs hold of the individual. Deluded leftists feel unworthy of calling themselves righteous unless they give up something. For this reason, many recycling programs exist which actually consume more energy than they save. Paper and aluminum cans can be effectively recycled, but most other efforts are wasteful. They are the modern equivalent of animal sacrifice.

Or maybe these futile efforts are not entirely wasteful…After all, at least they soothe the leftist conscience.


10 Responses to “Honoring Gaia”

  1. 1 Tony Hayes April 21, 2009 at 1:01 pm

    You are obviously a christian. and like all christians you try to make yourself look better and feel better by tearing down those who arent exactly like you. i believe you will find that jesus himself taught against this practice and most likely would be ashamed to have his name represented in this fashion. although i cringe whenever i see these initials, it may do you and your fellow christians well to think about…wwjd

  2. 2 Drew April 21, 2009 at 8:53 pm

    Oh, I definitely tear people down, kinda like Jesus did in John 8:44, Matthew 23:29-33, and Matthew 16:23.

    In this post, though, don’t think I really tore anyone down. Everything was purely explanatory. In fact, I was being downright nice in this post. 😉

  3. 3 Dalia April 22, 2009 at 6:16 am


    That was a real thing!

    Not making your post too good or too bad, you don’t have to be even religious to become conscious of Nature since we all have Nature inside too And we learn from the True Nature of Mother Gaia – YES indeed.

    The fact of religious thoughts, ideas those are already directed into a point and this subject is universal, is real in 3D for everyone and does not close every mind like politics or religious views.

    Not about offending here because with Love there is no Judgement of Punishment. So therefore feelings and compassion the Love we still have not learn to practice.

    We only need to make a new inspection of Dictionaries because they full of waisted words, full of unpractised significance of it’s own original sense.

    Well, I am not here once again to criticized, this is only the point out of the Truth that everyone is talking in the whole world but only a few can manage to speak. Hence, I am here to say thank you for your post.

    A Hug of Light to you my friend and the ones surrounding you.

  4. 4 luana June 2, 2009 at 1:25 am

    Now couse we are moving to 2012 it doesnt matter if your are cristian or hindu or whatever ,it matters only to activate that love that you have inside of you for hwo ever ,people ,gaia ,animals :).Because Love is God and this is in each one of us ,and God is right now in this amazing picture that you draw..maybe you cant see it of feel it but I can 🙂 and I hope you do too.Soo go after what you believe and thumbs up for the photo.
    I just found it now on google and wanted to live also a short comment.
    Have a great loving :p day.

  5. 5 Drew June 2, 2009 at 5:53 am

    Heh, I actually found the picture off google images just like you. Now for some reason, I can’t even find the original site it came from. I guess my blog must’ve somehow displaced that site on google. Kinda funny

  6. 6 Amber Eyes May 4, 2010 at 8:38 am

    “Environmentalism is a broad philosophy and social movement regarding concerns for environmental conservation and improvement of the state of the environment”
    How is this taking advantage? Put aside all the religious beliefs, political antics. Earth hour is to become aware of the environmental issue surrounding us today. Religion, in no way, is connected with this. I’m not Christian, so maybe that’s easy for me to say. I don’t think you’ve done your research as well. All ancient cultures did not sacrifice animals/humans due to the realization of the fallen world. Yes, some actions that people have done to help the environment will harm it in another way (for example, public bathroom hand dryers, no paper, use of energy, it’s hard to win.) To me, it just seems like your a religious pessimist who’s just whining about people who care about the environment. You turned on your lights during Earth Hour? Yeah, you really proved a point there! You have contradicted yourself by doing so then complaining about the recycling depot using a lot of energy. Everything uses energy, do you have proof (besides passages in the bible) that there’s more harm than good that these departments are causing? I don’t mean to be mean, or rude, just articles with little to no proof or evidence besides bible passages bugs me. Ignorance bugs me.

  7. 7 Drew May 4, 2010 at 7:10 pm

    Heh, you can get scientific data anywhere. For example, I can merely type “Recycling wastes energy” (without quotes) into google and the following site will come up:
    “Recycling paper and plastic consumes more energy and resources than it saves, according to new report from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers” (source).

    But like I said, you can get the bare facts anywhere. Here at the DREW BLOG, we provide analysis you won’t find anywhere else. But in any case, thanks for visiting!

  8. 8 Ilíon May 8, 2010 at 12:44 am

    You get some (ahem) interesting commenters.

  9. 9 cipha June 4, 2010 at 8:17 am

    “Heh, I actually found the picture off google images just like you. Now for some reason, I can’t even find the original site it came from. I guess my blog must’ve somehow displaced that site on google. Kinda funny”

    Drew, you are a complete idiot. The graphic you stole is from Josephine Wall, a real British artist from UK: http://www.josephinewall.co.uk/.

    What should be funny about the fact that you don’t even know what the term “research” means?

    “and I certainly don’t submit to holidays honoring the earth goddess, Gaia.”

    You don’t know anything about Gaia, so stop using her name. Earth Day has nothing to do with her. Gaia was here before you and me and before this f***ing whatever day. Do your homework! [edited]

    “many recycling programs exist which actually consume more energy than they save”

    You are from the USA, you know nothing about recycling. It is better for you if your plastic dirt is going in circles in the Atlantic, killing animals and destroying the oceanic environment. THAT is in fact better than recycling! Go f*** yourself. [edited]

    Sacrifice yourself, please, it will be better for wordpress.com.

  10. 10 Drew June 4, 2010 at 10:54 pm

    I doubt that she cares. But I’ve added a credit to her, to make you happy. She actually has a lot of nice pictures at that site, so thanks for sharing.

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