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1 year ago
randompHactor
Recently there has been some pretty contemptible postings by people who seem to think they have it all figured out. Their attempts at belittling other poster who question their faith based postulates about consciousness has served only to expose their lack of intelligence, and a lack of the very common mammalian trait of compassion. They show no patience for what they see as willful ignorance, an
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Every generation thinks they know it all and every one proves the adage “too soon old, too late smart!”
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Movember, from clean shaven to “how good is your moustache, men!” reminds us you have another hairy hole that puckers, not to point any fingers, but, get it checked, let your Dr. finger your prostate! And just as an all around support for cancer awareness everyone can participate by letting all that body hair grow! Pits and legs, faces and crotches, lets all get hairy!
Forum: Misc.
1 year ago
randompHactor
Most likely Manafort, but who-wee if it’s Kushner! ( ◠‿◠ )
Forum: Global Village
1 year ago
randompHactor
Quote“Unbounded it could not fathom itself, needed to create restrictions, limits to itself, binding itself smaller and smaller so it could have tiny little minds in insignificant creatures that could look out in awe and wonder at their inability to understand the mystery of life and consciousness.” Well said Random! But I doubt that the Universe was ever unbounded. So this sentence is a bit
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
QuoteGG Would you like to explain in simple words exactly what is the universe and what gave it the push to be startet out of nothing. If you can explain that you will know all about consciousness. Oh, you might need all your faculties to explain that. The universe is a mind and you are but a cell of its consciousness. The mind existed long before there was flesh to constrain it. Unbounded
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Yours. As many of them as you can muster.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
I accept all that, no problem, where I balk is when the light of consciousness is embodied without a body, or speculated to have been a property of the universe before even the universe existed!
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Quotegreengirl5Some think they are very brainy! That is the trouble, they only think with the left brain and put their right one to sleep. Ah, well, their loss. C'mon, Gerda, you’re dreaming here, not using all your faculties, either, if that’s what you truly believe.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
No joke, but I will say that is just an opinion, something that is easy to have, facts supporting that conclusion are much harder to obtain. Consciousness isn’t understood, and it makes a useless tool for investigating itself. That’s why we get opinions like you posted. Recursive reasoning.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Or so you wish/speculate/believe. Certainly there was no consciousness on earth before there was a sun.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
If anything is postulated, Tom, it is god, not the sun, and definitely not that it “came before mankind”. No shade without that light, whether it be the sun or the brilliance of intellect, a concept that mirrors the sun, not the other way around.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
QuoteItatw70s I've allowed my considerations to assess that the Sun is an example of the spiritual light that nurtures the life essence of every creature. The ancient phaorah that went against the traditional God Ra and claimed the Sun as the one true God was mostly emphasizing the Natural power of light found in the Sun. As for me, the word, Enlightenment, implies the light of consciousn
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
A good brainwashing, followed by a rinse, should clear a brain of any imposing stain, freeing the self to pure expression. Tie-dying a brain would impose a color and twist not natural to self order.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
This late in life would you allow someone to tinker with the fundamental biology of your being? Or alternatively, maybe, pray for healing; or simply focus your own flow of light, like a laser, and excise the offending snippets of malfunctioning genes from within. Or accept your lot and make the most of your abilities. ;-)
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Any given day on earth, from start to finish, is 48 hours
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
randompHactor
I’m good, Tom.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Aren't you worried I’ll miss out on your incisive critiques?
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Of course not, by definition. To know that answer would compromise the experiment! ;-)
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
randompHactor
It doesn’t get any more real, Tom. I put out exactly enough of myself to get the job done. I can’t help that others want more than that.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Good to know you won’t be getting upset by a few well chosen words anymore, at least, good to know I won’t be reading your misdirected vitriol. Maybe you could balm that burn you feel with some of that virgin oil you collected...
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Double-blind experiments get terminated when the subjects and observers know too much.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
randompHactor
The best of me? As both drrayeye and Poster Boy are fond of saying, I don’t put in enough to fulfill their expectations, so likely not the best of me. Seems the only thing it has gotten is Marks goat! Personally, from what I see, nothing has changed.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
But I am happy in my smug no shit corner, Mark, whereas you seem upset. Is that on me?
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Being pagan doesn’t require an organized religion, is just an appreciation and respect of nature as the most important force of life, the fundamental force, with precedence given it over anything man-made.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
I’m sorry I can’t help you with that, Mark, I’m sure you’ll get over it.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
No gymnastics, just a walk in the park.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Doesn’t sound the least bit pagan, to me, sounds more Wiccan, what you describe.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
I did, in fact, mention ray (in brackets) as I posted statements from the page I linked, referencing exactly that, his individualistic approach. Mother Nature you say, as opposed to the Father, and the Son, is the founder of paganism? When did she do that?
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
randompHactor
Paganism is the ancestral religion of the whole of humanity. Its adherents venerate Nature Pagans pursue their own vision of the Divine as a direct and personal experience. (Just as drrayeye does.) Modern Pagans, not tied down either by the customs of an established religion or by the dogmas of a revealed one, are often creative, playful and individualistic, affirming the importance of the in
Forum: Inner Space
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