Many People scream out who is intolerant and not really seeing what intolerance truly is.

This page is depictions of intolerance.

Know the difference




Cyberstalkers and those who want to hold up progress.

by Ronald French on Thursday, July 19, 2012 at 12:54pm ·

I am outspoken as an individual and many try to play the part where they try to use Axis Sanctuary and Chapels as not only a shield but as a weapon against me or what I say as an individual.  But after all if you cant fight me those of weak foundation must resort to other methods such as adhominems or as mentioned earlier using a third party such as my Church.  I know some are saying well you represent your church and etc etc .. Unless you know know my church doctrines I dont want to hear or see any rebuttal. Otherwise you are going by your perception not my doctrine.

Currently There is a fellow named Tom Erik Raspotnik  He has a campaign  cyberstalking  so much so He bought Axis Sanctuary and Chapels dot org and is using it to harrass me and any of its members of the fellowship.  Here is a copy and paste prior to going private on the Whois lookup :


Technical Contact Information:

Name: tom raspotnik

Organization: flagship media

Address 1: 488 south harvey

City: shelby

State: Michigan

Zip: 49455

Country: US

Phone: +1.6168219015


Information Updated: Thu, 19 Jul 2012 03:48:32 UTC


Now it looks like this … To my surprise I forgot to close the window that short of a margin as Tom tries to cover his tracks .



Registrant Contact Information:

Name: Registration Private

Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC

Address 1:

Address 2: 14747 N Northsight Blvd Suite 111, PMB 309

City: Scottsdale

State: Arizona

Zip: 85260

Country: US

Phone: +1.4806242599

Fax: +1.4806242598



Tom has a band of merry men and women of his crew on such person is Robert Fraize

I defended a religious leader over his status as a sex offender and pointed out what Robbie was doing was harassment.  Robert felt he needed to harrass this fellow over his past crime and postured a “Satanic Higher moral high ground”   In Roberts thread I posted his Docs with a map of 127 sex offenders in his neighborhood.  The fellow Robert had a hang up on lived in Oklahoma.  Though registered as a sex offender this gent was a correctional guard who had ‘relations’ with a 24 female inmate…. yep this is why I am for sex offender registry reform ~ many cases of honest mischief (like mooning friends) , inappropriate relationships , and the like fall in one Chester the Molester category …. yet Robert knew of this and still iintagonizes him.

Since I stood up for the gent Robert was after I have not only become the target but now Robert and his Org The Church of Leviathan are best of pals with Tom.

Axis has the Church of ahriman  listed as one of its uncommon belief list on

Robert is also not only good for posturing he is . . .





On a local level there is Sylvia Raven Nagel  of Blessed Be Baskets a non profit in Tampa who shows more signs of bipolar-ism I ever seen .

Words can describe it but I took Screen shots instead ”


Is She a witch or Something else….



She is a Duchess? I have very little direct contact with here yet She brings me up on things I dont even know …. LOL odd little duck isn’t she ?



Now she comes out a Satanist … sorta …who knows



She has a Charity and Hitmen too!



AH here is the real reason . . . . Drugs who could have guessed … not me ?!



Mind you I have very to no contact with this woman and here she is . . .



In conclusion I expected to deal with ‘crazy”   But this is all too funny and ridiculous.   I present over 60 belief systems They only present 1/60 of 1% of What Satanism is out there.


Axis Sanctuary and Chapels does promote Acceptance / Tolerance through education and if not simply have knowledge of the other people.   See for yourself.


“And now you Know”


Be Well

Ronald French


12 comments on “Intolerance

  1. Hi I’m the admin of the face book page Coexist: we can get there together. I just wanted to say This is such a great site!

  2. “If the Mormon Church should lose its tax exempt status then so should virtually every other church in the country because almost all churches at one point or another voice their opinion on political matters and ask their members to become involved. Compare the LDS Church’s involvement in Proposition 8 to constant political chatter of people like President Obama’s Pastor Jeremiah Wright. Under current law, the Mormon Church’s tax exempt status cannot seriously be questioned.”
    Cover Up: Mormon Church Reveals $190k in Previously Unreported Prop 8 Expenditures

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    Posted by Clint Dunaway at 9:56 AM
    Labels: LDS Church, Proposition 8

    Peter R.May 13, 2009 11:28 AM

    Kaimi Wegner of Times & Seasons gets a shout-out in the first foot note.
    JeffMay 13, 2009 01:58 PM

    Actually, the LDS (Mormon) Church’s involvement was greater than stated. Review for a range of articles that show the extent the LDS Church’s involvement in Proposition 8.
    Peter R.May 13, 2009 02:02 PM

    Professor Galle correctly points out that many forms of support, such as contact lists or endorsements, have potentially large economic values. But the current § 501(h) regulations don’t apply to churches because it would be virtually impossible to calculate the commercial value. Thankfully, religious organizations don’t endorse products or partner with credit card companies. Galle’s suggestion that similar endeavors at universities could provide a benchmark is an interesting proposal, but not very realistic, and he acknowledges that. Universities are significantly different entities than religious institutions (even if fans in the SEC practice NCAA football worship).

    Secondly, as a mater of statutory interpretation, I think Galle’s attempt at reading into the policy rationale behind lobbying laws is weak and designed to favor his conclusion. He freely admits that there is no explicit goal in the lobbying restrictions of § 501(h). Footnote 32 also acknowledges conflicting conclusions that can be drawn from the legislative history. What Galle doesn’t say is that the Mormon Church’s contributions are clearly permitted under current laws. Even if the laws were to change and Congress were to adopt Professor Galle’s proposed methodology, he admits that the outcome would be uncertain. So he basically wrote a paper for nothing, piggybacking an inconclusive analysis on a hot-topic issue.

    Galle is right that much of the current tax regime doesn’t make sense. But they are often incomplete because no coherent alternative can be proposed, including those of Professor Galle. I also think he fails to account for the fact that religious organizations themselves have First Amendment rights, and that current lobbying laws accommodate those rights.
    AnonymousAug 6, 2010 07:55 AM

    Brace yourselves. The onslaught has begun. The factions that were once separated have united to bring LDS to task for illegitimately participating in the political process.

    The LDS’ blatant disregard of the separation of church and state make a great many members of the church guilty of a number of crimes.

    We intend to exhaust all options in bring LDS to justice.

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