Monday, March 6, 2017

Dave Pack: Those That Eat Vegetarian Open Their Minds To Demons



Uncle Dave Pack writes:

“…and to abstain from meats…” I’ve explained, many times, that vegetarianism is not just wrong, but it’s dangerous, because it opens the mind up to demons. There are critical proteins found in clean meats that strengthen the cerebral cortex. That’s the frontal lobes of the brain, where the human will was installed or created by God. And Demons don’t want people to eat meat. That’s why India is shot full of demons and mediums and wizards of every kind. They don’t eat any meat, even though there’s more beef “on the hoof” there than in Texas.

19 comments:

Hoss said...

Referring to Hitler and Mussolini both being vegetarians, Churchill said the war will be won by carnivores...

Black Ops Mikey said...

It's just that those darned demons don't want you to have high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, strokes, gout and heart attacks. They want you to remain clear minded so you don't get involved with the Devil, like David Pack.

Miller Jones said...

I don't think that vegetarians have anything to worry about. Dave, on the other hand, might have some cause for concern.

Connie Schmidt said...

Dear Dave-

Israel went 40 years without meat, just manna!

Have you ever read the first chapter of Daniel?...

11But Daniel said to the overseer whom the commander of the officials had appointed over Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael and Azariah, 12"Please test your servants for ten days, and let us be given some vegetables to eat and water to drink. 13"Then let our appearance be observed in your presence and the appearance of the youths who are eating the king's choice food; and deal with your servants according to what you see."…

Byker Bob said...

First, I'm not a vegetarian. But, it appears from Genesis 1:29 that man was originally intended to be vegetarian. I know, the stoners have always used Gen. 1:29 as God's blessing to smoke mother nature, but that scripture plainly says food, not smoke.

There has been speculation that after the fall, God made man like the animals which are predators, all of which kill and eat other animals. This is one school of theological thought.

As I say, I enjoy my steak and fried chicken or roast turkey way too much to ever become vegetarian, but I most certainly would not be telling people that they'd get a demon by giving up meat. These idiots that worry about demons generally get 8 hours of sleep, and the deep relaxation of sleep certainly makes the mind much more vulnerable than would giving up meat. By the way, Dave, faith in Jesus Christ is supposed to give protection against Satan and the demons. Aren't you and your followers Christian?

BB

DennisCDiehl said...

Connie...stop messing up Dave's beliefs with scriptures.

I'd like to remind him there are really no such a being as a demon so whether they care or not if we eat meat is moot. The Meat is Moot! :)
Pork is more healthy than beef and there are no such things as demons in reality so the fact they don't like humans eating meat is not only stupid but moot.

And Connie...stop quoting the actual text of the Bible. It messes up Dave's beliefs.

We know that limiting our intake of red meat can provide some great health benefits, but is pork really a smarter beef alternative?

When people think pork, fatty bacon and glistening BBQ ribs often come to mind. It’s true that these cuts are high in saturated fat – and that, according to the World Health Organization, the American Dietetic Association, American Heart Association and others, saturated fat is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. But other cuts of pork meat, such as tenderloin or center-cut chops, are much leaner.

To compare apples to apples, let’s look at the nutritional differences between a pork tenderloin and a top sirloin (one of the leanest beef cuts available). In an 8-ounce serving, pork has 50 fewer calories, nearly half the fat and saturated fat content and a similar amount of protein.

If you look at 8 ounces of 90% ground beef, the differences become even more dramatic. When compared to pork, the ground beef has 233 additional calories and 5x the amount of total fat and saturated fat.

Moreover, pork manufacturers are responding to consumer dietary trends by breading leaner pork. Today’s pork is leaner than ever – and its reputation is slowly changing. In fact, pork is sometimes even referred to by nutritionists and dieticians as “the other white meat.”

The bottom line: For health-conscious carnivores, lean cuts of pork can be a smarter alternative to red meat.

DennisCDiehl said...

BB noted: "There has been speculation that after the fall, God made man like the animals which are predators, all of which kill and eat other animals. This is one school of theological thought. "

There were no such first humans as Adam and Eve, as portrayed in Genesis, as modern humans go back 200,000 years. Creation myths have a purpose in scripture but it's not for the purpose of defining literal origins. And animals have been eating each other for the past 400 million years.

This school of theological thought needs to be shut down once and for all.

But we knew I'd say that...

Anonymous said...

Dave should stick to things he knows something about...(if there is anything)

nck said...

What? What's that? "The Pearl in the Crown" is demon filled???

I have observed that the Guatamala rainforest after 40 years is still trying to recover from meat production and shipping for those that did inherit the "fats of the earth."

The average poor Napoli or Milanese kid from 1910 was able to eat a piece of meat once or twice a year only. Another proof that Italy was demon infested too. Or at least ready to cast a vote for a dictator like Mussolini.

nck

Byker Bob said...

"That school of theological thought needs to be shut down once and for all."

Well, I guess it's kind of like a radio or tv set, Dennis. The individual either turns it on, or shuts it off. I'm a theistic evolutionist, simply making note of others' beliefs. Regardless of the beliefs, man is often a very effective predator. Some, like HWA, set and use beliefs as an integral part of their predatory activities.

BB

Anonymous said...

Dennis says 'this school of theological thought needs to be shut down once and for all.' I don't think tyranny should be the subject of humour. What next, jokes about rape?

Anonymous said...

Dennis; There you go again trying to push your atheist beliefs as if they were fact, which of course you do not know but only think it, Your no demons, no Adam and Eve, really, nice try but all you do is show you don't believe in God of the bible, okay Dennis. we get it, but just because you don't believe it doesn't make it so, your same old same old is getting kind of boring, give us a break from your trying to justify what you believe by saying the same thing over and over and over.

Anonymous said...

Anon 10:53 wrote: Dave should stick to things he knows something about...(if there is anything)

Well, Dave generally does stick to the one thing he knows something about: Dave.

Anonymous said...


“'…and to abstain from meats…' I’ve explained, many times, that vegetarianism is not just wrong, but it’s dangerous, because it opens the mind up to demons. There are critical proteins found in clean meats that strengthen the cerebral cortex. That’s the frontal lobes of the brain, where the human will was installed or created by God. And Demons don’t want people to eat meat. That’s why India is shot full of demons and mediums and wizards of every kind. They don’t eat any meat, even though there’s more beef 'on the hoof' there than in Texas.”--DCP


In India, many people think that cows are holy. As a result, a lot of good roast beef cows go to waste over there. People in India do not realize that a great steak is something to be savoured, not worshipped.

This is a good example of how Dave Pack operates. Dave will say something that one agrees with. Dave will try to come up with an extreme example, so people will naturally agree with him. Then Dave will add his own perverse ideas such as his “common theft” scam, his idea that he is Elijah the changer, deleter, and maker-upper of doctrines, plus all sorts of new prophetic nonsense. Dave ends up doing more harm to his own followers than all the crazy people in the world put together that he warns about.

Go ahead and enjoy a good hot roast beef sandwich.

Do not give your lunch money to Dave Pack.

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 2;20 am writes:

"Dennis; There you go again trying to push your atheist beliefs as if they were fact, which of course you do not know but only think it, Your no demons, no Adam and Eve, really, nice try but all you do is show you don't believe in God of the bible, okay Dennis. we get it, but just because you don't believe it doesn't make it so, your same old same old is getting kind of boring, give us a break from your trying to justify what you believe by saying the same thing over and over and over."

Ok, we get it. You are a broken old record who says the same thing over and over and never once post proof of anything to back up your claim. If you are so sure about your beliefs, then refute Dennis with your understanding.. Blabbering the same tired theme ever time Dennis pushes your "denial button" is not giving you any credibility.

Dennis Diehl said...

Ah but I do know and you don't get it...

Anonymous said...

two points if i may: 7th day adventists, the church which armstrongism has its roots, is known for its vegetarianism, and also for the longevity of its members...

secondly: i believe that before the flood spoken of in the book Genesis, all mankind were vegetarian...

Retired Prof said...

"7th day adventists, the church which armstrongism has its roots, is known for its vegetarianism, and also for the longevity of its members..."

They don't actually live longer. It only seems longer.

Anonymous said...

there have been studies done on adventist longevity:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adventist_Health_Studies