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5 months ago
MLloydHudson
I believe in angels (as messengers and ambassadors, as well as deliverer's of Yahway's judgment and wrath upon the non-believing heretic. My beliefs are as foolishness to the atheist, who (lacking in spiritual discernment) instantly and pompously disregard the credibility of anyone claiming to possess same. The sort of self-righteous indignation (the atheist perpetually spouts (without ever ac
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
11 months ago
MLloydHudson
Ah, eyeofhorus33, always nice to hear someone join a discussion by beginning on a positive note, but then with a handle like 'eyeofhorus33' I am left with little doubt as to your predilection for the fantasy section at the library. May I suggest you visit your local library and try putting the all the types of books you mention where you believe they belong. I am curious to see where that lead
Forum: Mysteries
11 months ago
MLloydHudson
Hi, Audrey, I've been led to believe there are many paths, any which of one a man may choose to walk, but of all paths from which one may choose only one path leads to the light that lights the life of any man. Namaste
Forum: Mysteries
11 months ago
MLloydHudson
Quote Origyptian Would you mind specifically drawing what you believe is the direct connection between those verses from Isaiah and the Vyse narrative? I'm sorry that I'm still not quite able to get through the ambiguities. Thanks. There is no (zero) connection Between Isaiah 19 and Vyse's forgery, a forgery which enabled Vyse to perpetrate his fraud regarding Khufu being responsible for
Forum: Mysteries
11 months ago
MLloydHudson
Thank you for your contribution to the discussion, Corpuscles. I must say you have a meaty way of not wishing to discuss religious aspects of a topic, yet I will do my best to perhaps assuage some of the doubts you have as well as some of the questions you pose. To do this however, in keeping with the theme, I believe I should be permitted some degree of laxity with which to bring to light my per
Forum: Mysteries
11 months ago
MLloydHudson
Thank you, Cladking, for your intuitive response. Scripture does indeed indicate the earth to be far older than that which the majority of people claiming to be Christian adhere to. While I am a 'believer' I also follow the precept laid down that one must 'study scripture to shew oneself approved, here a little, there a little, line upon line, precept upon precept. I can agree that there were
Forum: Mysteries
11 months ago
MLloydHudson
I have purchased several of Sitchen's books recently, though I have to admit, I have yet to open the cover of any up to this point. No, Sitchen was not the source either. I have a good number of Hancock's books on hand as well, but like those of Sitchen, I am slow to digest the written word of late. Actually, I am quite fond of the collection I have built up over the past few years, but no one bo
Forum: Mysteries
11 months ago
MLloydHudson
You are entitled to your opinion, Molder, as I am my own. You putting me into so called 'science' (LOL) Is that intended to impress or depress me. I assure you I am in no wise impressed, as science perpetually reinvents itself as one theorem after another is disproved or otherwise dispelled (including Darwinism). Do not get me wrong, science has come a long way in the past few centuries, but i
Forum: Mysteries
11 months ago
MLloydHudson
Thank you, Martin, for your input. I wish I could remember the title, and I assure you the book I read did make the claim (and was indeed from the early 1970's (prior to at least 1974). Unfortunately my recall is not that I can recall the specific title. That you are unable to find it yourself should really be no huge surprise, as books which cover this type of topic tend to go out of print af
Forum: Mysteries
11 months ago
MLloydHudson
I do not remember the title of the book, but I read it while still in high school in the early 1970's. In it, the suthor intimated the name Khufu found in one of the relief chambers above the King's chamber was put there by none other than Vyse himself. At the time, I concurred it was a fraud based upon Isaiah Chapter 19 (specifically Isaiah 19, verses 19 & 20 QuoteIsaiah 19:19 In that day s
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
QuoteSusan Doris The whole of human existence has made what we can label the better choices far more likely to be made, and that I would say applies even more today because we are so much more aware of the consequences. I would beg to differ that mankind is any more capable of making better choices today than in the past. If anything recent history (say for just the past 100 years or so) belie
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
What, Where, and Who is G_D (a line, moving on it's side or infinitely more)? Postulations only, prostrations surely, gibberish even I (as a Bible freak) have difficulty with fathoming source. Summation? in the BEGINNING G_D (YHVH) CREATEd (I am) the HEAVENS (plural = dimensions, space, the cosmos) and the EARTH (matter). In the BEGINNING was the WORD (vibration) and the WORD (YHWH, I a
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Hi, Miss Susan, I have to say, I do not recall having shed tears while reading any book. Which is by no means intended to infer I do not become deeply involved in fictional characters, or otherwise). I have been saddened, maddened, brought to the point of throwing a book at the wall, but cry(?), not to my personal recollection. As we are not discussing film or television, I will defer the disc
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
What if? From what I know about what we are told about ancient Egypt, it is all based on 'theory' (unproven theory, multiple hypothesis exist regarding same), but according to alleged records found there regarding the kings (pharaohs) list which suggests hundreds of prior generation of kings. This leaves us with the conclusion you are at least partly correct in your assertions. So, 'yes', we A
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Quote“The tendency to attach divine attributes to great earthly rulers is one deeply implanted in human nature." Ignatius Donnelly. Privilege has its perks, certainly, but often results in development of a pariah personality type within the ruler, where the ego supplants normal logic and rationality (e.g., 'In fact, the emperor had grown such a big head its presence presented the sculptor
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
'Mute' for 'moot' (LOL). Yup, you got me on that one, Susan. Thank you for bringing it to my attention (and this time I'm being genuine). Go figure. Patronizing is so much easier for me (I've had far too much practice with it). When I was in the NAVY we were expected to refer to female superiors as sir, so please do not be overly offended by my mistaking the proper gender, ma'am. Regardless,
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Quote Re: the rules of the game and your audition... Author: Enigcom () Date: June 03, 2018 12:17PM The violin knows. Its heart sings the wonder of existence while the massive truth hides as always. In its simplistic eloquence, that was beautifully expressed. You 'DO' have a way with words, sircorrection(ma'am). Mic
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1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Quote Re: the rules of the game and your audition... Author: drew () Date: May 28, 2018 11:41PM ....Ah, Mr. Hudson. It was you all along dressed as the school girl... My coming out party? Quote Well, I'm shameless, shameless as a man can be... - Garth Brooks Okay, you've got me (by the suspenders, not garter). I have to admit once (once only) to having tried on my mother's dressin
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Quote Inner Space For discussions on all matters relating to personal development, religion, philosophy, psychology and so on. Quote Re: the massive truth hides as always Author: Susan Doris () Date: June 04, 2018 05:05AM I see you are joining the small group of three or four who are swamping this forum with pretentious, non-discussion, imagined-to-be-profound-and-deepy(deeply)-meaningfu
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
The truth must be revealed! In agreement a thousand violins begin to play, the orchestra joins in. Amidst the much cacophony and tumult of the moment a solitary figure emerges, hands raised, a sign of solemnity. The orchestra is silenced, an oratory is begun, and the message of truth goes out to all who are present and of right mind, its unadulterated meaning clear (nothing is obtuse, all is r
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
QuotePoster Boy This is an unfair onus, Susan, unless you or a single one of your secular colleagues can provide a hard and fast definition of things that we all agree exist, like happiness or sadness. Care to define exactly what either of those terms mean? I don't think that you or anyone here can do that. So, why ask others such impossible questions? I apologize. I know this question was NOT
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
While I have long time now studied the Scriptures, I by NO MEANS know it all, nor do I claim to be some sort of Saint I live still within a shell of flesh and blood. I am no less a sinner today (in the flesh) than I was the first time I was born (broke through the water into this epoch. I surmise that with each passing day I die a little (become less attached to this world, to the things of f
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1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Quotegreengirl15 A crime is seqular, a sin is religious. So where/how do you class the Ten Commandments, secular, religious, or perhaps they are ubiquitous (neither inherently in or of themselves), or perhaps a mix between the two (separated culturally/ethnically)? Are there connotations which restrict distinctions along racial or cultural demarcations? Is stealing religious, criminal or both?
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
QuoteSusan Have you researched as much of the conventional dating as the revisionist ones? I've been housebound for over a decade now and since I lost all my teeth in the years immediately following the radiation due to the cancer issue, I really haven't given much thought about dating one way or the other, but it is so considerate of you for asking. ;) xoxo, Mic
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Are there any rules? Must all rules be followed? How do I follow if I rule? If I rule, do I measure up? If I measure up, what's the downside of ruling? Is there necessarily a downside if I rule? If so, is it just because 'I am' American? :P Were I to rule, would I also reign? What's the point of reigning if there are no rules? I don't think I would care to reign in the rain. Singing in
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1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Quote I hope I made it clear that all errors, mistakes, things done wrong either deliberately or accidentally, can be placed - metaphorically of course - on a line ranging from the very, very worst of crimes to the very lightest of mistakes. On your metaphorical line, what is the difference between a crime and a mistake? Where is the demarcation separating a crime from a mistake lie? If ther
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Quote Andrew: Best to play on a 'swing' and just let the light warm us while our view of the surrounding landscape tilts this way and that. I thought I was the one who had perhaps had a margarita or several too many this evening. Now I'm uncertain. If I am uncertain, Am I still Mic? To some degree, it depends. Are you wearing a badge? Are red and blue flashing lights visible in the rea
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1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Good evening, Drew (Andrew), Thank you for your response! :) I do have faith. I'm not certain where/if religion fits that category. Scientist's (whatever their specialty/field of endeavor) have faith as well (mostly in theory applicable to their field of expertise). Perhaps that's nearer to where I would place my position regarding faith (accepted theory) than as religion. Perhaps we may ag
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
I certainly appreciate all the responses, especially so quickly. I am new both here and to this type of forum. I generally do not aggravate easily except with myself and personal inadequacies, that almost literally eats my guts. Personal attacks are never pleasant, though I have nothing against atheist personally. My belief structure believes once in, once out, and generally no repeat visits i
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
MLloydHudson
Hancock postulates 'the human race is a species with amnesia'. He bases much of this hypothesis on megalithic ruins found around the world, both upon land and beneath the waves. The scriptures I noted are primarily Old Testament, as that is where the truth lies. The megalithic ruins are explained by 'the presence and fierce anger of the LORD' that caused mountains to move , hills to shake a
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