A while back I decided to upgrade the server software for the Iron Chariots wiki and install a bunch of add-ons, including one that allows me to force all new editors to write a short biography and wait for approval. It’s kind of a headache, but before doing this, we would get dozens of new users a day who would start filling up the wiki articles with advertisements for wristwatches and porn. Unfortunately, sometimes I can go for a couple of months without remembering to check the spam trap, and then people complain. But it beats the alternative.
Today I remembered that I haven’t approved users since April, so I cleared out a fairly manageable 17 requests. Nearly half of them were spammers who were stupid enough to put spam in their biography, so that was easy. I approved a bunch of requests… and then I saw this guy.
Author William Barney is a theosophist master of Biblical Scripture with eighteen years (since 1996) experience. The common aim of all theosophists is to interpret the secret doctrine of Holy Scripture to make the determination what exactly took place during the six days of creation found in Genesis One. Unbeknown to most; Genesis One, Two and Three were composed using symbol words and metaphoric language which was very common before Jesus Christ. Today this is known as esoteric scripture––Scriptures that are “dark” in appearance or enigmatic in nature which are not easily understood seeing the vast amount of time and effort that is required in order to “break the code” to any scripture in question.
See also: Safer Ha-Zohar. The secret doctrine of Blavatsky and the: Twelve Foundational Days of Creation.
The commonality of these three books is strikingly similar which can only mean one thing; we are simply three theosophist masters that came to understand how to interpret enigma words of the Holy Scriptures. Ironically, the Enuma Elish corroborates my doctrine on creation.
Then in the “Additional notes” section, Mr. Barney wrote:
Your “Bible page” is lacking one field of understanding Genesis account of creation––The secret doctrine.
Unfortunately I’ve rejected your request to edit the Iron Chariots wiki. This is an atheist-centered wiki dealing with counter-apologetics (see Iron Chariots Wiki: Neutral point of view). In your biography you say “…to make the determination what exactly took place during the six days of creation found in Genesis One.” I think you’ll find that this question doesn’t have any importance to atheists, who don’t give even a shred of credibility to any of the Genesis account.
It’s possible I may be misreading your point of view on this, but unless I’m very much mistaken, the fact that this “secret doctrine” business is “Unbeknown to most” implies that it is not considered mainstream among historians. As such, it would probably be considered “original research” and you should try to advance it in reputable peer reviewed historical journals, instead of trying to promote it on our wiki.
Having said that, you are free to call “The Atheist Experience” any Sunday when we air, and discuss your opinions with the hosts (including myself).
TLDR: Today I trampled all over some guy’s free speech rights, as usual.