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The Bifrost and The Ark

Examining the Cult and Religion of New Atheism
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The Bifrost and The Ark by Andrew T Kelly

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In the early 2000s of our current calendar, a social movement arose to popularity across the world. At first, anti-theists around the world were overjoyed at the new movement that eventually became known as the New Atheist movement, or simply New Atheism.As the years went by, atheists around the world began to see the growing supressed and repressed anger in the rallying cries of the spokespersons of this movement. Yet the general populace of discontent and disenfranchised middle-class males, and a smaller number of persons of various backgrounds, seemed to find their niche in this movement. The movement appeared to become a voice for those who were searching for meaning outside synagogues, mosques, churches, and temples. New Atheism often resonated with the frustrations and other issues that atheists and especially anti-theists harboured within these individuals. On the social media of these devoted followers, there began plans for events, and to establish internet media into their own personal voice.This was their chance to change and inform the world. It was their chance to vent their frustrations about negative religious content, especially the negativity associated with monotheism. However, they did not critique religion. They lambasted it with mockery and ridicule that made other atheists and religious followers remark on their Christianised fundamentalism. Their almost religious vision, however, was not just skewed by psychological issues, but a blindness to their own, and their leaders, "enlightened intellect". Not only did they fail to see that religion is more than just monotheism, they also failed to use the very science they claim was their rallying call.So centred were they on their self-righteousness that the followers of this movement did not realize they had been hoodwinked into a new religion. So much so that they saw themselves as an ark of salvation for all humankind, and a Bifrost bridge to an enlightened god-like intellect. In all truth though, they only established their destiny as a tool for Ragnarok.
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May 29th, 2018
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