megalithic distortions of figures, sky island
dolmens and idols, cromlech and obelisk


Today I found this really good debate on YouTube, but it’s all split up into 9 pieces. So I spliced it together and turned it into an MP3 (the video isn’t interesting anyway) so you can put it on your iPod.


In brief – super violent, misogynistic, homophobic, white guy hip-hop act just announced they were Christian evangelicals and this was all part of their plan.

Violent J explained himself unapologetically to a New Jersey newspaper: “You have to speak their language. You have to interest them, gain their trust, talk to them and show you’re one of them. You’re a person from the street and you speak of your experiences. Then at the end you can tell them: God has helped me.”
Of course, one might argue that 20 years was, under the circumstances, an incredibly long time for them to have pretended to be unholy, and that, from a Christian perspective, the harm they did while feigning unholiness may even have outweighed the greater good.

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When installed properly, GodBlock will test each page that your child visits before it is loaded, looking for passages from holy texts, names of religious figures, and other signs of religious propaganda. If none are found, then your child is allowed to browse freely.  But if religious content is found, your child receives a page that states simply:

Project Created: 
July 2009
People: Jeff Crouse
Research: Project Blackbird
Project Type: Web
Tags: humor, religion, satire

Praying@Home Beckell Visualization

This is some screen capture from the Praying@Home booth at the Eyebeam Mixer in April, 2009. For more information about Praying@Home, visit

Cast: Jeff Crouse



Project Created: 
February 2009
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