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Life After Death!

Tamborine man
post Dec 17 2012, 04:13 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Dec 13 2012, 11:18 PM) *
Eagles live for their family and humans live for what?



Well elreb, i'm quite sure a rather large proportion of mankind wouldn't have a clue about why they exist, or what they
'live' for, but the following might give some kind of answer to at least some who read it - perhaps!!

(Questions asked by human beings, and answered by intelligences from the transcendental world):

".......

Are we, in the opinion of the higher intelligences, justified in asking why we and the world exist?
If so, is it conceivable that primal Thought during its struggle against Darkness also questioned
the purpose and value of existence?


This question is of course justified, both in the opinion of the higher intelligences and from the human point of view.
When primal Thought was confronted with the possibility of a struggle against Darkness, it asked itself over and over again:

1) Whether the purpose, the object, of its existence was a union with primal Will, a personal existence—an embodiment
within a surrounding world of Light, an eternal life in wisdom, omnipotence, love,72 beauty, peace and harmony; or

2) a continued existence as Thought without Will and without embodiment; or

3) an absolute extinction called forth through a life lived in a cosmos of Darkness, in which the powers of Darkness would
ultimately cause disintegration and annihilation73 of primal Thought and of primal Will.

Primal Thought weighed the opposing possibilities in these questions, seeking to clarify for itself whether a struggle against
Darkness was worthwhile in order to achieve eternal life in a sublime and eternal world of Light.
It pondered deeply and to
the full on the value of eternal life, and when it had considered all the arguments, for and against, it resolved to take up
the struggle
against Darkness. And from its inner conviction that the goal of eternal life in wisdom, omnipotence, beauty,
peace and harmony
was truly worth the struggle, it continued to strive against Darkness until it was victorious.

Since the spiritual human being has its origin in God’s own Being, it is natural that human beings should likewise question
the purpose and value of existence. The purpose of the existence of the human spirit in a “world of Darkness” is fully
explained in Toward the Light. It was because of His fallen children, the Eldest, that God did not create beings of Light on
the globe He had chosen—the Earth—as had been His thought and purpose. Toward the Light also explains why God gave
human beings—the imperfect creatures of the Eldest—a spark of His own Being, gave them thought and will, clothed
thought and will in a spiritual body, and thus gifted the human spirit with eternal life. God did all this to help His beloved
fallen children gain victory over the Darkness that they had drawn forth, in their pride and willfulness, from encapsulation
in the Light. God did all this in the hope that each human spirit would, by its own thought and will, contribute toward
overcoming a part of the Darkness of earthly life and thereby eliminating it. And He gave the human spirit the gift of eternal
life that it should have a goal at which to aim, a goal for which to strive,
a goal for whose attainment to yearn. But
whether this gift is of value to the individual human spirit must each alone decide. Every human spirit is therefore
confronted—when mature enough to draw its own conclusions—with the choice:
an eternal life in God’s Kingdom, or eternal extinction. The human spirit must then itself decide if eternal life in God’s
Kingdom can outweigh the struggle against Darkness, against the temptations and the sin and the evil of Darkness. The
decision must be the spirit’s own, whether to continue in numerous earthly lives—interrupted by physical death—to strive
against Darkness, to overcome it and to journey victoriously onward to God’s Kingdom,
or choose non-existence for
eternity.
Human spirits during their sojourn in the spheres have again and again been confronted with this choice, and will again
and again in future be given the same choice. For the choice is not made once and for all; the possibility always remains
open to human spirits—when they have chosen to continue—that after a completed life on Earth they may choose
complete extinction.

God compels none to continue the journey; each spirit can always decide for itself, therefore, if the cup of suffering
has become so full that eternal life in God’s Kingdom can
no longer compensate for the suffering and misery of
earthly life
. But God always extends His help to those spirits who are in doubt regarding this decision, who are weighed
down by the burden of their struggle, weighed down by the temptations, the evil, the sin and the suffering of Darkness.
He calls forth before them images of the splendor of His Kingdom.74 He shows them the life and existence of His first
children in the Paternal Home before the great schism between the Eldest and the Youngest began. He explains to them
what they will gain by striving through Darkness to the Light, and what they will give up if they cease the struggle.

And no human spirit has yet chosen eternal extinction, all preferring to continue their journey until victory
over Darkness can be gained.
......."


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post Dec 17 2012, 04:52 AM
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Thought i should add these questions and answers to the above post, just for the sake of throwing a little more Light upon the
subject:


".......
Can one say it would have been better for God and all His children if primal Darkness had never existed
and the cosmos had been entirely a world of Light? Or should one agree with Leibnitz that evil in fact
emphasizes the harmony of existence as, say, the shadow sets off the light in a painting? Can it be said
that Darkness was necessary so that spiritual beings as a result could attain to a deeper and richer
development and their joy be otherwise the greater after a victorious struggle against Darkness?


The inquirer has in fact answered these questions.
The example—shadow accentuating light in a painting—is especially well
chosen.
A painting without shadow, even if executed in pure, bright and beautiful colors, would still appear flat, lifeless and uninteresting
to the viewer. And the old saying that happiness becomes greater against a background of sorrow is also perfectly true.
Darkness was necessary in order for a harmonious and perfected personal Being to arise from primal Thought and primal Will.
And when God thought to create His first children, He knew that at some time he would have to confront them with Darkness
so that through this direct acquaintance they could learn to repudiate its powers and possibilities for evil. For did He not, they
would eternally remain dependent, protected children.75 They would then never have become fully developed and integrated
personal beings, would never have attained to the sublime development of their intellectual and emotional life.

If a human being in life on Earth is able to overcome a difficulty, if the individual can ward off the temptations of Darkness, can
overcome a vice or the desire to hurt, sadden or ruin a fellow human, then the victory—be it ever so small—will always bring joy
to the mind, and this gladness will then become a contributing factor to a richer, deeper and more harmonious emotional life. It
should not be necessary to provide any examples, since most people have experienced such feelings of joy or gladness in their
everyday life. Most people have also experienced the grief and shame resulting when the evil, the Darkness, in life has gained
victory over them. But grief and shame can also contribute to the development of the human personality; for if these feelings
are deep and true, the individual will become more mindful, more careful in thought, word and action. And if people later succeed
in gaining a victory where they formerly failed or were defeated, then the joy of the victory will be greater and richer. The will for
the good and the true grows stronger, the thought and the mind become brighter, the feelings towards others grow friendlier,
kindlier and more loving, and individual humans become more understanding, more forgiving of the errors, failures,
sufferings and sorrows of their fellow beings.

Therefore: Darkness serves to develop that which is good, true, beautiful, loving and harmonious within the spiritual self.
The darker and more painful the background for the victory gained, the purer, the brighter, the more harmonious, the more
understanding will be the personality of the individual who gained the victory.

——————————

The heartfelt joy that God’s first children experienced when they lived in God’s Kingdom under His care, attention and leadership
is best compared to the spontaneous feelings of a young human child. Their joy was harmonious, was sincere, yet a perfect,
jubilant elation—the sublime feeling beyond all human conception—was unknown to them. The Youngest came to know this
feeling the moment they learned that Ardor, their beloved lost brother, had been redeemed through God’s forgiving love, had
been delivered through their struggle against Darkness, delivered through their victories over the evil and hideousness of Darkness.

Every one of the Eldest and every human spirit will be held fast by this jubilant, sublime feeling when they enter God’s Kingdom—
the Eldest because they have returned to the Home of the Father, and the human spirits because they have reached the goal of
their struggle, the goal of their journeys under the Law of Retribution. And when all God’s children are gathered together in the
Home of the Father, the faint memory of the horror, suffering, evil and grief of their life in Darkness will for eternity be
the background, the shadow that brings out the perfect harmony, the peaceful beauty and the joy of everlasting life.
......."


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post Dec 17 2012, 10:31 PM
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Ok
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post Dec 18 2012, 09:32 PM
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ May 7 2010, 01:01 AM) *
Here is the grid that brings the Pyramid and the Supercircle into a
higher unity.

It should be noticed that one can count 37 distinct star-formations,
and the lines cutting through and forming the 'stars' makes an apex
of 37º.

The grid distance between the 'stars' is:
1^ + 2^ + 3^ + 4^ + 5^ + 6^ + 7^ + 8^ + 9^ + 10^ = 385, or
38.5 meters.

I'll come back to the primitive sketch drawing next!






Hi elreb,

to better understand the concepts 'Thought' and 'Will' (apart from Them being the driving force behind Your whole existence),

i recommend you go back to page 5 in this thread and read again posts 85, 87, 88, 94, 97, 99 and 100!

You could also click on the link in post 97 to get a better idea of how and by whom the Supercircle was first introduced to the world.

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This is also interesting...

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QUOTE (elreb @ Dec 17 2012, 01:38 AM) *
This is also interesting...




To be frank with you elreb, i must admit to be far more in favour of 'Thor' and His 'hammer' meself!

What you show above seems to me rather dark and foreboding, so will pass on that one to others,

more in "tune" with imagery of this kind .....


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There is a long drawn story behind symbols; however the “Star of David” as seen today is rather new in history.

I think the original Star of David was actually a “Star” in space. I believe that David was born in Bethlehem and the so-called Star of Wonder refers to the Star of Bethlehem.

It is fairly simple to turn reality into Myth.

Are you aware of the Denderah Zodiac at the temple to Hathor at Denderah, Egypt that was constructed as a monument and a learning venue for Motherhood?

Hathor is often seen as the Mother of god. [Ha-Thor]

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That's the agenda for how to rule the world through the ages.
It was all written down in myth, and remembered by patterns of stars in the sky.
Different cultures had different versions of it.
It was an ancient plan that is still being followed today, the object is to establish eternal life in this universe of change, and they have been working on, and following it intergenerationally forever.
We are upon the age of Aquarius, where the gene pool will be poured out!
(That's happening now, with gmo's, artificial hormones, chemical poisons, irritating electromagnetic frequencies newly added to the environment.)
The diversity of life is being intentionally quashed, while natural seed have been squirled away, in fortified distant vaults.
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Nov 14 2012, 05:42 PM) *
Seems to me that Morgan has been infected by that most horrible of diseases, the one called "willful ignorance".

More than 44,000 people have signed two petitions on the White House website, calling for Morgan to be deported.

"We demand that Mr. Morgan be deported immediately for his effort to undermine the Bill of Rights and for exploiting his position as a national network television host to stage attacks against the rights of American citizens," one petition reads.
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Gentlemen,

I have thought and continue to think about you, my brothers.

OT I know but have either of you heard of Howard Bloom?

He wrote The God Problem and The Lucifer Principle among other things.

He says the second law of thermodynamics is wrong. I hope he's right, that would explain a lot.

The fact that you fellows are still here gives me that wee bit of certainty I needed. I can still touch base. Thank you for being you.
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QUOTE (elreb @ Dec 17 2012, 05:47 PM) *
There is a long drawn story behind symbols; however the "Star of David" as seen today is rather new in history.

I think the original Star of David was actually a "Star" in space. I believe that David was born in Bethlehem and the so-called Star of Wonder refers to the Star of Bethlehem.

It is fairly simple to turn reality into Myth.

Are you aware of the Denderah Zodiac at the temple to Hathor at Denderah, Egypt that was constructed as a monument and a learning venue for Motherhood?

Hathor is often seen as the Mother of god. [Ha-Thor]




Hi Elreb and Lunk,

i'm not that imaginative at the moment (far too much 'Water of Life', or 'Danish Aquavita' with 'beer chasers', over the 'holy' days),
so the following quote will substitute as my 'comment' to both your posts:

".......
Until about half a century before the destruction of the island in the Atlantic Ocean, the Youngest had succeeded, despite the Eldest's countermoves,
in leading the human beings (except for the most primitive types) forward on a fairly straight course. But from the moment the Eldest chose to begin
incarnating themselves, they were able to offer an even stronger resistance to the Youngest. In human form, the Eldest more easily gained power over
their weak and immature fellow beings with the result that the slow and relatively steady progress of civilization and of the Light was supplanted by an
erratic sequence of advance and retreat. For since the Eldest, as related in Ardor's Account, sought incarnation as human beings primarily where they
could best achieve high positions53 that would presumably satisfy their lust for earthly power and their urge to dominate, and since
the great spiritual strength that was due to their inadequate insulation layer was especially prominent against the background of the poor spiritual level
of the little-developed human beings, it was necessary for the Youngest to counteract this domination by allowing still more of their spiritual strength
and individuality to manifest itself in their earthly existence. In this way arose the great leading figures of history—in both the service of good and of
evil —represented respectively by the Youngest and the Eldest, male as well as female. These figures who contrast so sharply with one another in their
great disparity, can be found in all historical records, from the time of the earliest civilizations of antiquity to the present.

When the incarnated Eldest's superiority grew too great, the Youngest had to withdraw, but only in order to meet again as human beings in other
countries and there make a still greater contribution to the culture already prevailing in those places. In this way the many and mighty civilized
nations of ancient times were created—civilizations that, when the Eldest gained mastery and the Youngest were forced into retreat, stagnated completely.
Sooner or later the culture of the Light declined, the independence of the populace was diminished, and a number of the mighty realms were subjugated
by neighboring peoples and met with partial or complete extinction.

About 800 years before the eldest of the Youngest's incarnation as Jesus of Nazareth, the Youngest were near exhaustion and close to losing heart as
the incarnated Eldest steadily gained greater and greater power over human beings. Only a few of the Youngest dared venture among humans, but
those who came brought with them an abundance of spiritual teachings, of new and noble thought, of new artistic expression in color and form, in order
with all their might to take up the struggle against the Eldest.
To this era, that lasted to about the time of the birth of Christ, belong, for example, some of the Jewish prophets,54 some Chaldean,
Arabian and Indian scholars, the two great religious founders Zarathustra and Buddha,55 the great men of China, Lao-tze, Kung-tze
and Meng-tze, some of the Greek poets, more scholars and philosophers, some of the most prominent leaders in the intellectual life of the Roman Empire,
and a number of other leaders in the arts, natural sciences, statesmanship, and so on in all civilized countries of the time.

At that time, astronomy was especially highly developed in Egypt, Chaldea and in China, and was partly known in India. Astrology, an offshoot
of astronomy, is an ancient “science”, but actually has no right to be called such, for the stars have never had the least influence on human destiny.
If a horoscope sometimes was accurate, it was because the astrologer who made the calculations had intuitively seen or read the Elder’s recordings
of future-images in the ether, or because the Elder often caused his forecasts to coincide with the “laws of the stars”, believed by astrologers to
determine human fate.
......."


(Emphasis mine)!

Cheers


53) This does not mean that all rulers were of the Eldest; both human spirits and the Youngest have often been bound to humans who held high office,
both ecclesiastical and secular.

54) Some of the prophets were of the Eldest, whose prophecies were inspired by the Elder or by his predeterminations. Summary, pages 307-09.

55) None of the great religious founders before Jesus is directly mentioned in Ardor’s Account because they were only to prepare the way, to make
mankind more receptive to what was to come, that is, and because the Account was intended to emphasize the work of the eldest of the Youngest
on behalf of humanity. He of the Youngest who was incarnated as Zarathustra was later reborn as Mani; Buddha was reborn as Mohammed.

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QUOTE (BarryWilliamsmb @ Dec 28 2012, 12:56 AM) *
Gentlemen,

I have thought and continue to think about you, my brothers.

OT I know but have either of you heard of Howard Bloom?

He wrote The God Problem and The Lucifer Principle among other things.

He says the second law of thermodynamics is wrong. I hope he's right, that would explain a lot.

The fact that you fellows are still here gives me that wee bit of certainty I needed. I can still touch base. Thank you for being you.



Hi BW, thanks for the very nice sentiments in your post.

I only learned the little bit of this person by reading your link.

Yes he's right about the second law being wrong, but as it appears he's somewhat of an 'atheist',

i thought it better also to quote the following to show why in fact the second law is in error:

(Question by human beings, answered by the transcendental world)



".......
It has been said that material causality and the laws of the conservation of energy and matter
would render impossible God’s intervention in earthly life or in the world order in general.
It is written in Toward the Light that God has ample means at His disposal. Can this be explained
in more detail?


Since God is both the Creator and the Keeper of the world order, and since He gave the laws both for material and immaterial life,
He must obviously be able—by virtue of His knowledge of these laws to fully and at all times govern and observe them without
breaking them.


When the Eldest in the past drew enormous masses of Darkness out of encapsulation in the ether, this Darkness streamed over
the Earth, whose germinating and budding life was subject to the laws given by God for its growth and continued existence.
But even though Darkness ravaged, coarsened and made ugly all life called forth by God, it was still not powerful enough to annul
completely the laws
that He had established for life on Earth. And through these laws, God was and still is connected with the matter
visible to human beings. Infinitely slowly and almost imperceptibly—through millions of years—a steadily increasing order has been
called forth under these laws in the purely material conditions on Earth.

However, concerning material causality and the continuation of energy and matter, humans possess not yet full knowledge of the
true reason
100 for cause, effect and continued existence. For the energy of the Light is eternal, whereas the energy of Darkness
is transient.
And if Darkness—when it streamed in over the globe at the fall of the Eldest—had possessed strength enough to annul
completely the laws that God had given for the then existing life of the material Light on Earth, that life would have ceased long ago.
For only through the eternal energy of the material Light is earthly matter constantly supplied with new energy as replenishment for
the loss of energy suffered.
The cause of the continuity and energy of earthly material life must therefore be sought in the law
of the eternal energy of the Light.
This is one way in which God maintains a connection with, and influence upon, earthly material
life and earthly conditions.


But the most important connection is through the energy of spiritual Light, which is also eternal. God can, if He so wishes, intervene
by His Thought wherever His help is needed or desired. But everything takes place under the laws of the Light that in many ways
intervene, or may intervene, in temporary earthly-material life. Even though human beings will not acknowledge God’s supremacy
over all life—be it spiritual, Dark-material or Light-material—His power is still undisputed and everlasting. And not until humans
include God and His laws in their considerations will they be able to achieve a clear view of either the world structure or the world
order, and not until then will they be able to reach the true core of cause, effect, their interrelation, energy and continued
existence.
But it must be clear to all that it is impossible from the transcendental world to provide any survey of the laws that for a
time bind the earthly-material Darkness to the material Light, and through this to the eternal energy of the Light and to God.
Humans must be satisfied with the clear explanations regarding these matters given in Toward the Light, and with this as a basis
continue their own searching.
......."


100) The true cause can be learned for the first time in Toward the Light, in the information given about the Light-corona.


Cheers

And a gorgeous wonderful uplifting New Year to all readers ....


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Thanks Tam.

Although I am of an alternate opinion on the matter of god, I very much appreciate your explanation.

You fellows are wise waay beyond me in this regard.

I'm still at the "trying not to pee any more when I think I'm done peeing" stage of life...

Here's hoping that 2013 Gregorian is your best year ever!
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QUOTE (BarryWilliamsmb @ Dec 31 2012, 09:21 AM) *
Although I am of an alternate opinion on the matter of god, I very much appreciate your explanation.

I'm with you brother Berry.

I have most of the written books, yet god does not read books.
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QUOTE (elreb @ Dec 30 2012, 02:32 AM) *
I'm with you brother Berry.


QUOTE
I have most of the written books,


Wow!!

I'm truly impressed brother elreb - your library must be humongous!

QUOTE
yet god does not read books.


Not quite true, dear elreb!

I know for a fact that He has read at least one book - the one i refer to -

for it was He who gave it the green Light before its publication on Earth.

In regard to the 'alternate 'opinion' on the matter of God', i hope you both share

the following 'slowly emerging picture':

".......
May we receive more comprehensive and more concrete knowledge
of the appearance and personal characteristics of our God and Father
than we can imagine from Toward the Light and the First and Second
Supplements
? And how are we to understand the expression
“God’s flaming Being”?


No exact, detailed description of God—of our Father’s appearance and of His personal presence—can be given.
Earthly languages lack the words, none possessing expressions that can describe the appearance of this exalted,
pure and glorious figure.
And no earthly artist can with brush and palette conjure forth even the faintest
suggestion of the form of His body or His countenance.

A flaming Being is God!
For the ethereal rays of the Light issue from His body and they glorify its radiant beauty.
Youthfulness, purity and beauty in their most sublime form are expressions of His personal presence.
His countenance bespeaks infinite but sorrowful love. Grief and pain dwell in the depth of His
unfathomable look, for He carries the suffering and grief of all creation in His mind.
With yearning, with
sorrow and with pain, He gazes into the vastness of space. His eye seeks the Earth, He beholds suffering and
struggling humanity. His Thought follows the much-missed and so distant beings
who are His beloved children.
And when He sees that they go in the ways of Darkness, when He hears their quarrels, when He sees their unworthy
conduct in mutual intolerance, in hostility, anger and hatred,
His eye is veiled with shame and sorrow for the
children to whom He gave eternal spiritual life, to whom He gave thought and will, and whose minds He endowed
with a spark of the purity, love and beauty of His own Being. But when He also sees that some of His children follow
the ways that He has indicated for the journeying of their earthly life,
He rejoices profoundly and a loving smile
dawns over His sorrowful and solemn countenance.


Humanity! If you knew how your Father grieves over you, if you knew the depth of His agonizing sorrow for you, if
you knew the anguish of His mind called forth by your unworthy conduct, by your wicked, ugly and unlawful thoughts
and actions, then would you be ashamed! If you knew the horror and revulsion that fill His Being on observing your
conduct, when with weapons at hand, with explosive substances and with poisons you war with one another, destroy
peoples, realms and nations, corrupting all that is splendid, pure and good both in your own minds and in the minds
of others,
then would your shame deepen yet more! Then would you grieve over yourselves, then would you turn
in thought and in mind toward your distant yet so near Father. Then would you answer Him when He calls. Then would
you beseech Him to lead you in the ways and paths that lead to Him, that lead to His Kingdom. Yes, then would you
fully show your Father that you love Him, that you are worthy of His love and care. And then would your Father
rejoice over you!
The anguish, the suffering, the sorrow that now impress His countenance, and oppress His mind
would vanish, and from His deep and boundless love He would bless you, He would in spirit and in truth be your
Father, God, Protector and Supreme Leader, both in your earthly life and in the worlds of the spheres, indeed,
wherever you should walk.


Our God and Father is calling you—day and night. At all times His voice is calling!

Humanity, give Him your answer!

Do you not hear Him?
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Tam,

Why would god bother to be a he or a she?

God is a power that gives light, warmth and knowledge to the very few.

God controls a galaxy and perhaps a universe.

God gives life and wisdom to those who want enlightenment.

God is not a dead man or woman.

God is energy and enrichment to those who request it.

God is not Santa Clause…do you not listen?
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Tamborine man
post Jan 2 2013, 03:31 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Dec 31 2012, 02:31 AM) *
Tam,

Why would god bother to be a he or a she?


Hi elreb,

God is both a He and a She. He IS Thought and Will.

Interested people can get more clarification by reading the answer to question no. 64 here:

http://www.toward-the-light.net/Questions%...nswers%202.html


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God is a power that gives light, warmth and knowledge to the very few.


Actually He gives this to absolutely everybody - this would be just a matter of what "Time"!

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God is not a dead man or woman.


Very funny!

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God is not Santa Clause…do you not listen?


I do, i do, i do - i promise!

Cheers
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post Jan 16 2013, 08:29 PM
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"Time" itself does not exist as reality, but only as a concept and a help to immature mankind.

Only "the sequence of events" = exist as total reality.

"Time" as we know it, is supremely relative, and as such will be experienced differently by people according to age and maturity.

The clocks…has in reality little to do with the concept of 'time' or the rhythm of 'time', but are merely instruments to record units of interval by which the length of periods are divided.

This is good stuff...
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post Jan 17 2013, 10:29 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Jan 14 2013, 11:29 PM) *
This is good stuff...



Dear elreb,

after 56000 clicks, you could be the first one who in this thread

have quoted verbatim something pertinent, and followed it up

with a comment!

When you and i meet each other in Valhalla, the feast and drinks

will be on me .......

thanks - thumbsup.gif

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elreb
post Jan 17 2013, 06:13 PM
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TAM,

Where did I get the "Time" quote from?

I got to Valhalla a little early on with the feasting and such...
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