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7 years ago
Milo
Aine wrote: > endofworldbook wrote: > > > Thought you might like this: > > > > Top Ten End of the World Songs: > > > > > > > Iron Maiden's When the Wind Blows...haven't heard that one in > awhile. > > What about Prince's 1999? What about "End of the World" by Skeeter Davis? The point I've been trying to make in this thread i
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7 years ago
Milo
endofworldbook wrote: > Milo wrote: > > > endofworldbook wrote: > > > > > Milo, > > > > > > Why are you mischaracterizing I what have said and done? > > > It's not appreciated. > > > > Please explain why you feel I have mischaracterised what > you've > > said and done. Unless you explain, I can't respond
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7 years ago
Milo
endofworldbook wrote: > Milo, > > Why are you mischaracterizing I what have said and done? It's > not appreciated. Please explain why you feel I have mischaracterised what you've said and done. Unless you explain, I can't respond. > At any rate, as I said the list, the concept that you are > referring to is often abbreviated as TEOTWAWKI. It doesn't > just
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7 years ago
Milo
endofworldbook wrote: > Milo, > > My link was the top 10 end of the world songs. If you check > the list, the REM video was one I included as the #2 song. > > (I also linked to CollegeHumor's song parody of it.) > > It's sad, of course, that some people feel like their world is > coming to an end. > > But as we said before in this thread, art i
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7 years ago
Milo
endofworldbook wrote: > Thought you might like this: > > Top Ten End of the World Songs: > > Justin, Ray's video, in the post you replied to, has nothing to do with the end of the world, but rather the end of the world as we know it. And as I previously mentioned, the relatively few people that you've picked on and labelled as being deluded and irrational, do not
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7 years ago
Milo
drrayeye wrote: > Hi Rob, > > Agreed. That's why I posted this song by REM: > > That's a great complementary video to this thread, Ray.
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7 years ago
Milo
endofworldbook wrote: > Milo, > > Interesting video, thanks for the link. I think this is a > pretty unique way to provide a summary of the past. Not > exactly sure what it is implying about the future, but then, > art is rather subjective, isn't it? Justin, Art is a subjective subject, I agree, but so is the subject of why people feel the world is coming to an
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7 years ago
Milo
A thought provoking video feature of where the future could be heading: - Post Edited (18-Feb-13 01:11)
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7 years ago
Milo
Exponentially increasing debt and austerity is posing a problem for practically every country on earth at present, leading to increasing suicides and to Global Doom and Helplessness... In the UK, suicide is on the increase: Suicide rates are soaring in the UK, with money worries pushing many over the edge. Cuts to mental health services and aggressive debt-collecting are cited by experts as ma
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7 years ago
Milo
I don't think it's just global warming doubt that's leading to Global Doom Helplessness, it's the trillions of dollars of debt and austerity that is posing a problem for practically every country on earth at present. For example, suicide is on the increase: Suicide rates are soaring in the UK, with money worries pushing many over the edge. Cuts to mental health services and aggressive debt-coll
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7 years ago
Milo
Posted in the wrong part of the thread... post moved to the bottom of the list in reply to the original topic starter... Post Edited (18-Feb-13 00:08)
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7 years ago
Milo
endofworldbook wrote: > Hi Milo, > > I should really read the Secret History book first before I > fully comment on it... > > But my initial reaction is, these statements do not and cannot > apply to our time. Yes, religion is no longer the dominant > force it once was, but this is not the point of the original > text that was quoted (and it's a stretch to say that
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7 years ago
Milo
Graham Hancock wrote: > Dear Jonathan > > I note and agree with your comment on page 229 of your book > that "in the secret history the hermetic... writings... are > understood as the first written down, systematised expressions > of ancient and largely oral traditions." > > Amongst the Hermetic texts one of my favourites is the > Asclepius, and within the
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10 years ago
Milo
Today, I started a thread that I've just realised could also be discussed on this forum because of the 2012 theme, after I posted it. Here's the link: Real-Sky Observations for 2012 - "The secret of the dog-headed clairaudience" - "The Horns of Clairvoyance"
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10 years ago
Milo
Hi Gregory, Merci beaucoup! Rob
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory Sams wrote: > Well Rob, > > I probably could argue with that but I won't argue with you > since my time is now up as Author of the Month. > > Be well, and do consider my suggestion to spend more time > communing with, and less time debating about God. Hi Greg, Thanks for being AOM. Debating about God and communing are all part and parcel of the same thing as far
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory Sams wrote: > > Uh huh Milo, > > Can't argue with your logic. > > I think I've got the message. Hmmm Gregory, Yes, the Catholic Inquisitors were barbarians, I agree, but so were your tree huggers. You can't argue with that! Rob
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory Sams wrote: > Hi Milo/Rob, > > When you said "God is above all human intellectual > comprehension", you didn't leave any room in there to > incorporate "fully" as your operative qualifying word. I > suppose you could have said "God is sort of above..." Hello Gregory, Well you shouldn't have jumped to a premature conclusion. > By the
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory Sams wrote: > Are you a Bible believer Rob? Do you think that its content is > the word of God, Jehova, Allah, or whatever you choose to call > It? I believe the Bible contains the word of God (not Allah), and I do not regard God as an "it". > And what is your proof here? What proof do you have to the contrary? > If you do believe it to be the > word of
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory Sams wrote: > > Milo said: "God is above all human intellectual > comprehension." > > If this is so then why do you spend so much time on these > Forums trying to explain your version of God? If he is beyond > your intellectual comprehension then surely you too (assuming > you to be human) are unable to comprehend this character and > would be bet
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10 years ago
Milo
TanyaMars wrote: > I'llbuy into this, but for goodness sake be very careful of the > "G" word, it has too many anthropomorphic connections! God is not a creation of man, although man often erroneously portrays God with a beard, etc. No where in the Bible though is God portrayed with a beard. God is above all human intellectual comprehension. Rob
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10 years ago
Milo
TanyaMars wrote: > And the "Secret Life of Water" shows equally astounding > pictures of what happens to water/ice crystals when you excite > them with emotions! Yes, that is very interesting. The same has been done with heavy metal music that shows it has an adverse effect on life and molecules but it doesn't automatically follow that the object such as a plant has a conscio
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10 years ago
Milo
I'm not sure what you're trying to say. You're only confirming what I wrote that there's no way of telling whther or not a tree has its own unique consciousness. I personally think it does for reasons I've already outlined. Rob
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory, What this shouldn't distract from, however, is that the tree huggers you mentioned in your post above were barbarians. Yes, the Catholic Inquisitors were barbarians, I agree, but so were your tree huggers. Rob
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory Sams wrote: > Bloody Bible bashers banned barbarians Hi Gregory, You can't make sweeping generalisations like that because not everyone who accepts Christ agrees with the murders of the Roman Church. Also, the biggest Bible bashers on this forum are those opposed to the Bible, so go figure! They are constantly bashing the Bible, these Bible bashers! They have become what they hate
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory Sams wrote: > > I agree Rob, those barbarians were less sophisticated than the > Bible believers who replaced them and never understood that > suffering in this life is the key to happiness in the next. > Poor fools just tried to enjoy the gift of life without > acknowledging the huge debt we have to repay a wrathful God. > It's a good thing the civilized Christians
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory Sams wrote: > Milo said: "...Render to her even as she herself rendered and > do to her twice as much, yes, twice the number of things she > did; in the cup she put a mixture put twice as much of the > mixture for her. To the extent that she glorified herself and > lived in shameless luxury, to that extent give her torment and > mourning. For in her heart she keeps
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10 years ago
Milo
R and M wrote: > That's okay Milo, people hugging is much more fun! We're agreed on that - hugging people is more fun than hugging trees! :-) Rob
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory Sams wrote: > Milo wrote: “Sounds like a very barbaric culture, this tree > veneration culture...” > > Perhaps it was Milo, but they didn’t burn tens of thousands at > the stake for worshipping the moon or dancing naked in the > woods – as did their Christian successors. Thought you’d > appreciate this little extract from my book that sheds light > upon your own
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10 years ago
Milo
Gregory Sams wrote: > Trees ...hmmm...I feel another extract from my book coming on: > > "Trees, especially the oak, were accorded great respect > throughout Europe, which had once been almost entirely covered > by these lords of the vegetable kingdom. To quote Sir James > Frazier in the Golden Bough: > > 'How serious that worship was in ancient times may be gathe
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