Totally great website of the day: http://www.thriceholy.net/home.html.
You’ll notice the page title reads, simply, “Holy, Holy, Holy.” I can’t fully tell what this website is and or what its author’s agenda might be. Its theological position is ostensibly predicated on a fairly traditional trinity doctrine. One might be led to think it Catholic, somehow, but in the section, “Answering Roman Catholicism,” we find a treatise condemning the old church in four awesome chapters about things like necromancy and fetishization of relics. The site’s other sections go on to discredit a long parade of “heresies,” including Pentecostalism, Unitarian Universalism, Latter-day Saints, Islam, ect. I would not want to give the impression that these arguments are in any way unhinged or motivated by delusion. Their theses are logical and legitimate, and the writing is very well-composed. The author is quite conservative, really. She claims that her writing aligns with orthodox belief, but the project is so sprawling and esoteric, so overflowing with creative energy that it is anything but orthodox. I think Thrice Holy is the product of orphic delirium. It is vision is so vast that it might as well be real.
Part of the pleasure of experiencing Thrice Holy is following its ever-varying design and naïve presentation. If a prophet does indeed live among us in this modern era, her or his ideas would most certainly be transmitted via nineties-era html web pages. All its iframes and the reluctant use of css indicate exceptionality.
Follow the author on twitter: @TrisagionSeraph
It appears that she is an older German woman who lives in Mainz.