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14 years ago
Kees
Hi Lee and all, I see, thanks for this information. You said also: "....disgust for sex, birth and women...... ". I'm no shrink, but I can see something else lurking behind such behaviour. And it is not good what I see :-( My guess is that Augustine must have suffered severely from the two mechanisms I tried to describe in previous post. Regards, Kees
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14 years ago
Kees
Hi Lee and all, You said: "Sex is a sin. Women are sex. Women are sinful." Please allow me, I see it like this. If we romantically define sexuality as a cloud of energy that sometimes mysteriously engulfs us to keep the species alive, one can not forget to also say that sex is the most profound and closest of connections to the material world we as species have. (Running blind
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14 years ago
Kees
Dear Gordon Strachen, Welcome to our boards and I whish you an interesting discussion with our posters. On behalf of the GH.com team, Kees
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14 years ago
Kees
Dear all, During the first weekend of May, the entire GH.com team will be joined in their annual team meeting at Graham’s place in England. We are very much looking forward to that occasion as you can imagine. Steve will fly in from Canada and Kees will do so from the Netherlands. Guy, Steve and Richard are all from within England and are forced to use less luxurious forms of transport. Thi
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14 years ago
Kees
Hi all, Please check this post here. Regards, Kees The GH.com team
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14 years ago
Kees
14 years ago
Kees
Hi Claude and Eddie, Please stay on topic when posting in our AOM board. Regards, Kees The GH.com team
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14 years ago
Kees
Hi Greg and all, On behalf of the GH.com team I welcome you to the boards and I hope you will have a good time here :-)) On your post, you said: "For instance, the well-known self-portrait of Poussin has the 'shepherdess' in the background, with a 'third eye' represented at the top of her head." Well, Jaimi and I went to Paris last year and stood in front of that very same pain
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14 years ago
Kees
Hi All, To further enhance your stay at GHMB you can now listen to Skywaveradio through a direct link that will not take you away from GHMB. Simply press the link soon present on the message boards and you will see a small window open up with three different players. Select the player of your choice and you will be connected to Skywaveradio automatically. Skywaveradio is an independent London b
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14 years ago
Kees
Hi Don, Erm, what's wrong with it? Bill Gates spelling wrecker says it's ok :-)) Regards, Kees
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Michael and all, Thanks for the reply, and the 22/7 question has been answered very well indeed. But maybe I need to explain myself a bit better on my “selecting” a scale question What I meant with selecting the western scale has to do with the following: We know that the octave is well known through history and in all different musical regions of the world. Regardless if we look at Western
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Michael and all, The 22/7 you refer to has three puzzling questions in it for me I hope you can clarify. First, you use the western, modern, scales. I'm no expert really but I know the western scales are just one way of dividing notes. Why selcting these scales? Secondly, you use a major scale, while, within western music, there are plenty other scales. So why selecting the major scale? Th
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Fiascohoho, One could also argue that the power of music is so strong that it can penetrate even the sad environment of angry young men, especially Afro-American. This rap and hip hop music can uplift, as in a first step in trying to express anger followed by other expressions. On a side note, have you also noticed that we have had music expressing certain aspects of the Afro-American cultur
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Michael and all, On behalf of the mod team I welcome you on the board and I wish you a pleasant and interesting stay here. Could you please inform the posters what your posting schedule will be this month? Regards, Kees Moderator GHMB
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Fredspage and all, This is annoying to say the least. Sorry for this stubborn inconvenience. We have changed server so it could be due to that, not sure though. Could you please Email me with a description of your problem? I will forward it to our web editor Ronny Adsets and I will make sure he looks into it. To all other poster: if you experience similar problems, please email me
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15 years ago
Kees
Rob, If you have any complaints please direct them to our webmaster, Jaimi2. To all other posters, same goes. Kees Moderator GHMB
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi John, I know how much effort you both have given last year, trying to get the dog well again. I also know how deep a pet can enter ones hart, we have several over here. From personal experience I can say that loosing a pet is indeed very tragic. I wish you both the best. Regards, Kees PS. Don't wait to long to get that other puppy! It did help me.
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15 years ago
Kees
Mark and Zosimos, What are you discussing here? Are you sure you are within topic? O, and while I'm at it, what is it lately with all these bible quotes? Please reply carefully. Kees Moderator
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Tom and all, I have taken the view, after reading your book even more, that Christianity has only two way's forward. Giving it a timescale of let's say the next fifty year or so, to me, Christianity will either dwindle down to a small niche, or it will rise to it's former glory when embracing and re-absorbing the true message you have also pointed out in your book The Pagan Christ. I was po
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15 years ago
Kees
20. My take
Hi Jaimi2 and all, The closest I get to the points in the list must be: "You see no future for Christianity, have dropped out through lack of interest, or are currently seeking a vital, cosmic spirituality." Can't wait for Tom to appear on the GHMB, :-)) Kees PS. I must have been one of the first Europeans who actually has read Tom's "Pagan Christ" book, all thanks to you
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Richard and all, Yes, it is in that direction I'm thinking. Regards, Kees
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Wireloop and all, Erm I see your point, but I know that the literalists that visit this MB are usually well versed in what we need in the discussion here. Maybe GHMB draws quality, hehehe. Regards, Kees
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Tom and all, Indeed. Steve pointed that out to which I replied in this thread. It does argue against my more romantic suggestion that the anti KRST is actually the human body. Well, lets keep up the good work :-) Regards, Kees
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Steve and all, Mmm, Set as the Anti Christ could make sense, but actually its the exact template of Armageddon. From here: Quote And so it is that Horus watches over us while we live, and gives guidance to the Pharaoh while he lives, and his father Osiris watches over us in the next life. So it is that the gods are at peace. So it is that Set, wicked Set, eternally strives for revenge, bat
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Michael and all, Most well versed literalists know very well what the issues are. Horus versus Christ and so on, and all the pro and contra arguments in that. So in fact they can us their own knowledge although it is handy if they have read Tom's book of course. Again, come on you guy's, don’t shy away. Never seen you do that before! Regards, Kees
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Tom and all, Thanks for your reply. And yes, the ten nerve centre and seven chakra's is thin to say the least. So can we find other definitions of the anti KRST in ancient Egyptian religion? Other definitions that hint at the suggestion I made? The idea that KRST and anti KRST are linked in the way I suggested is appealing, but needs some proof ancient Egyptians saw it like that. Regards,
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15 years ago
Kees
OOHOOOO, where are you all? We have Tom Harpur here!!!!!!! This is your chance to get even!!!!! LOL :-)) I meant come on you guy's debate the stuff you are good at! Let’s get this thing really rolling! Regards, Kees
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Tom, This question must be one of my main issues. Amidst a barrage of information on this website, I found the following that is also mentioned in your book. QuoteHorus was called "KRST," or "Anointed One.” The relation with Christ and Christians is obvious and actually hard to deny. Especially if you take into account this is but one of a multitude of identical life experie
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15 years ago
Kees
Hi Tom, Welcome back and, again, I hope we will have a good session. Regards, Kees
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15 years ago
Kees
Cheers, till then!
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