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In his book; The Blind Watchmaker, Richard Dawkins discusses the evolution of human intelligence in terms of ‘sexual selection’ and ‘explosive evolution’.

These concepts are discussed in more detail in the 'Arms Race' in Chapter 15 (God Gametes and the Planet of the Butterfly Queen). Dawkins holds that in an Arms Race there may arise in any population a sexual preference for a long tail on a bird, long antlers on deer, or in the case of humans, more intelligence. His argument is that there may not be a significant advantage in a particular trait - if it is selected however, genes for selecting trait, and having trait, will compound and be expressed in increasingly exaggerated ways as each generation refines these features. Once a peacock’s long tail is selected, male offspring will have long tails and female progeny, a sexual preference for long tails. For example, it is thought that the combined selective pressure of peacocks needing longer tails and peahens preferring them, pushes the length of tails a long way beyond the optimum length for the species. Dawkins writes:

Setting wrens on one side, peacock fans, and widow bird and bird of paradise tails, in their gaudy extravagance, are very plausibly seen as end products of explosive, spiraling evolution by positive feedback. Fisher and his modern successors have shown us how this might have come about. Is this idea essentially tied to sexual selection, or can we find convincing analogies in other kinds of evolution? It is worth asking this question, if only because there are aspects of our own evolution that have more than a suggestion of the explosive about them, notably the extremely rapid swelling of our brains during the last few million years. It has been suggested that this is due to sexual selection itself, braininess being a sexually desirable character (or some manifestation of braininess, such as ability to remember the steps of a long and complicated ritual dance).

Even if it were possible to evolve these traits by way of cumulative selection, we are as well asked to believe that species are programmed to select for characteristics that impact in such a negative way, on their chance of survival. There is little doubt that the tail of a peacock is beautiful, so it is possible that the peahen may decide to mate with the male with the most impressive display, purely on aesthetic grounds. If, however, survival of the fittest is driving the evolution of species, there is no escaping the conclusion that genes for growing a long tail and also for preferring a long tail would soon be lost because of the unjustifiably high costs they impose.

It is also difficult to believe that human intelligence evolved because our ancestors needed to remember the steps of a dance. This overlooks the fact that a greater brain volume could never outweigh the numerous other physical and social costs this evolutionary course has imposed on our species.

More importantly though, it makes the completely false assumption that dance is related to intelligence. Dance is an expression of emotion and an artistic display of body movements that has little to do with remembering steps. It is possible that academics who spend the bulk of their lives closeted on university campuses may come to think that braininess is sexy, yet it is doubtful if this view is shared by the outside world. The music industry makes billions of dollars promoting sex and dance and there is little evidence to suggest they are interested in presenting popular ‘body movers’ as intelligent. If the promoter of some future rock star were to later discover that his ‘body shaker’ was not only sexy, but also intelligent, it would likely be regarded as an unfortunate oversight to destroy his career if made public. 

There seems little evidence to suggest that society has ever regarded intelligence as sexy. If being able to dance were driving our evolution, emotional expression and a good sense of rhythm might well have been caught up in a spiral of explosive evolution, not intelligence. Mastering the theory of relativity or designing microchips is not sexy. Darwinists need to come up with a far better explanation than ‘remembering steps of a dance’ to explain the rapid evolution of our human brain.

The Above is an excerpt from my book God Gametes and the Planet of the Butterfly Queen; page 269.

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tapping into past lives 2070 michael seabrook 05-Oct-18 22:53
Re: tapping into past lives 411 Robert Jameson 06-Oct-18 01:25
Re: tapping into past lives 445 Robert Jameson 06-Oct-18 03:37
Re: tapping into past lives 457 Susan Doris 06-Oct-18 05:58
Re: tapping into past lives 406 Robert Jameson 06-Oct-18 06:39
Re: tapping into past lives 396 michael seabrook 06-Oct-18 07:09
Re: tapping into past lives 385 Susan Doris 06-Oct-18 13:35
Re: tapping into past lives 412 michael seabrook 06-Oct-18 15:48
Re: tapping into past lives 403 Susan Doris 06-Oct-18 13:32
Re: tapping into personal experience.... 343 Itatw70s 06-Oct-18 19:23
Re: tapping into past lives 369 Robert Jameson 07-Oct-18 00:38
Re: tapping into past lives 376 Susan Doris 07-Oct-18 05:17
Re: tapping into past lives 384 Robert Jameson 07-Oct-18 06:54
Re: tapping into past lives 344 Susan Doris 07-Oct-18 07:05
Re: tapping into past lives 364 Robert Jameson 07-Oct-18 08:07
Re: tapping into past lives 367 Susan Doris 07-Oct-18 11:48
Darwins giraffes 389 Robert Jameson 07-Oct-18 17:52
Re: Darwins giraffes - Trees come in different sizes! 330 Eddie Larry 07-Oct-18 18:40
Baby trees for baby giraffes! 322 greengirl5 07-Oct-18 23:46
Re: Baby trees for baby giraffes! 312 Robert Jameson 08-Oct-18 00:43
Re: Baby trees for baby giraffes! 329 Eddie Larry 08-Oct-18 04:05
Re: Darwins giraffes - Trees come in different sizes! 325 Robert Jameson 08-Oct-18 00:51
Re: Darwins giraffes - Trees come in different sizes! 320 Eddie Larry 08-Oct-18 04:09
Re: Darwins giraffes - Trees come in different sizes! 325 Robert Jameson 08-Oct-18 04:40
Re: Darwins giraffes - Trees come in different sizes! 335 Susan Doris 08-Oct-18 05:15
Wow, there is after all something scientists don't know! 320 greengirl5 08-Oct-18 21:17
Re: Wow, there is after all something scientists don't know! 316 Susan Doris 09-Oct-18 05:07
Re: Wow, there is after all something scientists don't know! 329 greengirl5 09-Oct-18 08:06
Re: Wow, there is after all something scientists don't know! 329 Susan Doris 09-Oct-18 15:59
zero and beyond 324 greengirl5 08-Oct-18 21:05
Re: Darwins giraffes - Trees come in different sizes! 319 Susan Doris 08-Oct-18 05:10
It's a wonderful world! 321 greengirl5 08-Oct-18 21:41
Re: It's a wonderful world! 311 Susan Doris 09-Oct-18 05:16
Yours is not to reason why 306 greengirl5 09-Oct-18 08:12
Re: Yours is not to reason why 297 Susan Doris 09-Oct-18 16:04
imagination versus experience 323 greengirl5 09-Oct-18 21:28
Re: imagination versus experience 322 Susan Doris 10-Oct-18 05:29
Trading insults 318 greengirl5 10-Oct-18 06:53
Let me clear up some possible misunderstandings 316 greengirl5 10-Oct-18 21:21
Re: Let me clear up some possible misunderstandings 308 Susan Doris 11-Oct-18 04:58
Re: Let me clear up some possible misunderstandings 334 greengirl5 11-Oct-18 07:20
Re: Let me clear up some possible misunderstandings 330 Susan Doris 11-Oct-18 11:27
So what is telepathy? 330 greengirl5 11-Oct-18 21:21
Re: So what is telepathy? 314 Susan Doris 12-Oct-18 05:14
Re: So what is telepathy? Not what Susan says! 333 greengirl5 12-Oct-18 08:02
Re: So what is telepathy? Not what Susan says! 318 greengirl5 12-Oct-18 09:17
Re: So what is telepathy? Not what Susan says! 318 Susan Doris 12-Oct-18 10:03
Re: So what is telepathy? Not what Susan says! 334 Susan Doris 12-Oct-18 10:00
Re: So what is telepathy? Not what Susan says! 342 greengirl5 12-Oct-18 20:32
Re: So what is telepathy? Not what Susan says! 310 Susan Doris 13-Oct-18 05:02
Knowing versus believing. 294 greengirl5 13-Oct-18 22:18
Re: It's a wonderful world! 342 Itatw70s 09-Oct-18 14:29
Re: It's a wonderful world! 336 greengirl5 09-Oct-18 21:33
Re: Darwins giraffes 332 Susan Doris 08-Oct-18 04:58
Re: Darwins giraffes 321 Itatw70s 08-Oct-18 21:16
Re: Darwins giraffes 317 Susan Doris 09-Oct-18 05:35
Re: Darwins giraffes 313 Itatw70s 09-Oct-18 15:07
True science is not static 317 greengirl5 08-Oct-18 21:26
Re: Darwins giraffes 360 M. J. Thomas 10-Oct-18 00:40
Re: Darwins giraffes 323 Eddie Larry 10-Oct-18 00:57
Re: Darwins giraffes 302 Susan Doris 10-Oct-18 05:32
Re: Darwins giraffes - we did not come from them, did we? 325 greengirl5 10-Oct-18 06:26
Re: Darwins giraffes - we did not come from them, did we? 334 Eddie Larry 10-Oct-18 21:30
Re: Darwins giraffes - we did not come from them, did we? 321 greengirl5 10-Oct-18 21:39
Stephen Jay Gould - The Left Wall: 332 Robert Jameson 11-Oct-18 08:33
Parallel Evolution 309 Robert Jameson 11-Oct-18 08:52
Re: Parallel Evolution 326 Susan Doris 11-Oct-18 11:31
Re: Parallel Evolution 315 greengirl5 11-Oct-18 21:30
Stephen Jay Gould - Complexity 334 Robert Jameson 12-Oct-18 07:51
Re: Stephen Jay Gould - Complexity 321 Susan Doris 12-Oct-18 10:08
Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 319 Robert Jameson 13-Oct-18 05:36
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 318 Eddie Larry 13-Oct-18 23:09
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 307 Robert Jameson 13-Oct-18 23:28
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 327 Robert Jameson 14-Oct-18 01:09
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 307 drrayeye 14-Oct-18 01:34
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 335 Eddie Larry 14-Oct-18 01:47
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 317 Robert Jameson 14-Oct-18 02:35
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 315 Eddie Larry 14-Oct-18 14:01
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 305 Eddie Larry 14-Oct-18 14:02
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 333 drrayeye 14-Oct-18 15:04
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 301 Eddie Larry 14-Oct-18 21:01
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 306 greengirl5 14-Oct-18 21:27
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 318 Eddie Larry 14-Oct-18 22:02
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 312 Robert Jameson 14-Oct-18 23:49
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 309 Eddie Larry 15-Oct-18 00:15
Re: Richard Dawkins - Is brainess sexy? 319 Robert Jameson 15-Oct-18 02:48
Richard Dawkins - The Human Brain 329 Robert Jameson 14-Oct-18 08:54
Re: Richard Dawkins - The Human Brain 357 michael seabrook 14-Oct-18 12:53
Re: Richard Dawkins - The Human Brain 313 Robert Jameson 14-Oct-18 13:14
Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 315 Robert Jameson 15-Oct-18 12:04
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 307 Susan Doris 15-Oct-18 12:54
Are we not allowed to copy and paste? 342 greengirl5 16-Oct-18 02:48
Re: Are we not allowed to copy and paste? 305 Susan Doris 16-Oct-18 04:57
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 313 drrayeye 16-Oct-18 04:33
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 322 Eddie Larry 16-Oct-18 04:47
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 337 Robert Jameson 16-Oct-18 06:15
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 306 Eddie Larry 16-Oct-18 17:03
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 313 Robert Jameson 16-Oct-18 21:55
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 309 Eddie Larry 16-Oct-18 23:18
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 298 Robert Jameson 17-Oct-18 04:19
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 284 Susan Doris 17-Oct-18 05:03
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 277 Eddie Larry 17-Oct-18 19:54
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 294 Robert Jameson 17-Oct-18 20:31
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 286 Eddie Larry 17-Oct-18 20:49
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 285 Robert Jameson 18-Oct-18 00:45
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 283 Susan Doris 17-Oct-18 04:57
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 302 Susan Doris 17-Oct-18 04:50
I did not check who posted 289 Robert Jameson 17-Oct-18 15:12
Re: I did not check who posted 303 Susan Doris 17-Oct-18 15:56
Re: I did not check who posted 308 drrayeye 17-Oct-18 17:35
Re: Richard Darwins - the 13 and 17 year cicadas 291 Eddie Larry 17-Oct-18 15:26
... too hard to explain or even discuss 296 Robert Jameson 16-Oct-18 13:59
Re: ... too hard to explain or even discuss 341 Eddie Larry 16-Oct-18 16:43
Re: ... too hard to explain or even discuss 372 michael seabrook 16-Oct-18 21:22
Re: ... too hard to explain or even discuss 316 drrayeye 17-Oct-18 07:28
Re: ... too hard to explain or even discuss 292 Robert Jameson 17-Oct-18 10:02
Re: ... too hard to explain or even discuss 308 drrayeye 17-Oct-18 10:34
Re: ... too hard to explain or even discuss 305 Robert Jameson 17-Oct-18 14:54
Re: ... too hard to explain or even discuss 290 drrayeye 17-Oct-18 17:27
Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 283 Robert Jameson 18-Oct-18 11:48
Evolution: science vs. bue sky thinking 279 drrayeye 18-Oct-18 12:29
Re: Evolution: science vs. bue sky thinking 288 Susan Doris 18-Oct-18 13:02
the British TV Donald Trump 292 drrayeye 18-Oct-18 20:51
Re: Evolution: science vs. bue sky thinking 295 Robert Jameson 18-Oct-18 15:41
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 282 Susan Doris 18-Oct-18 12:52
Please don't 290 drrayeye 18-Oct-18 21:00
Re: Please don't 281 Robert Jameson 18-Oct-18 23:12
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 288 Eddie Larry 19-Oct-18 04:56
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 289 Susan Doris 19-Oct-18 05:16
Scientism 286 drrayeye 19-Oct-18 06:42
Re: Scientism 297 Susan Doris 19-Oct-18 07:15
fixed 283 drrayeye 19-Oct-18 09:17
Re: Scientism 286 Robert Jameson 19-Oct-18 09:55
Re: Scientism 289 Eddie Larry 19-Oct-18 14:34
Re: Scientism 290 Robert Jameson 19-Oct-18 20:46
Re: Scientism 296 Eddie Larry 19-Oct-18 22:13
Re: Scientism 290 Robert Jameson 20-Oct-18 00:49
Re: Scientism 282 Eddie Larry 20-Oct-18 18:46
What does one of our blood cells think? 292 greengirl5 19-Oct-18 23:01
Re: What does one of our blood cells think? 279 Eddie Larry 19-Oct-18 23:35
Re: What does one of our blood cells think? 298 Robert Jameson 20-Oct-18 01:52
Re: What does one of our blood cells think? 286 Robert Jameson 20-Oct-18 01:39
AHA! 289 greengirl5 21-Oct-18 05:18
Re: AHA! 314 Robert Jameson 21-Oct-18 06:52
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 295 Eddie Larry 19-Oct-18 19:25
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 284 Robert Jameson 19-Oct-18 20:59
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 301 Eddie Larry 19-Oct-18 22:08
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 288 Robert Jameson 20-Oct-18 00:34
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 274 Susan Doris 20-Oct-18 05:42
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 297 Eddie Larry 20-Oct-18 19:00
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 285 Susan Doris 21-Oct-18 04:44
Re: Richard Dawkins - Cairns-Smith’s Inorganic Replicators 288 Eddie Larry 21-Oct-18 19:39
Nihilism 287 greengirl5 21-Oct-18 05:26
Re: Nihilism 297 Eddie Larry 21-Oct-18 19:41
Abiogenesis - spontaneous generation 304 Robert Jameson 20-Oct-18 11:46
Re: Abiogenesis - spontaneous generation 282 Eddie Larry 20-Oct-18 14:36
Re: Abiogenesis - spontaneous generation 296 Robert Jameson 20-Oct-18 22:41
Re: Abiogenesis - spontaneous generation 309 Eddie Larry 20-Oct-18 23:08
Re: Abiogenesis - spontaneous generation 306 Robert Jameson 21-Oct-18 02:05
Re: Abiogenesis - spontaneous generation 298 Eddie Larry 21-Oct-18 19:33
Re: Abiogenesis - spontaneous generation 329 Robert Jameson 21-Oct-18 23:48
Re: Abiogenesis - spontaneous generation 291 Eddie Larry 22-Oct-18 03:08
Design/program 304 greengirl5 21-Oct-18 05:38
If DNA is software...... 281 greengirl5 21-Oct-18 05:50
Re: If DNA is software...... 316 Robert Jameson 21-Oct-18 07:32
Re: Design/program 315 Robert Jameson 21-Oct-18 07:34
Re: Design/program 283 Eddie Larry 21-Oct-18 22:13
DDE No. 1, Matter, energy and the gravitational forces 337 Robert Jameson 21-Oct-18 01:43
Re: DDE No. 1, Matter, energy and the gravitational forces 283 Susan Doris 21-Oct-18 04:51
I know that one! 313 greengirl5 21-Oct-18 05:44
Re: I know that one! 321 Robert Jameson 21-Oct-18 07:41
Re: I know that one! 299 Susan Doris 21-Oct-18 09:43
Mere assertion 304 greengirl5 21-Oct-18 21:50
Re: DDE No. 1, Matter, energy and the gravitational forces 276 Eddie Larry 21-Oct-18 22:37
Re: DDE No. 1, Matter, energy and the gravitational forces 336 Robert Jameson 21-Oct-18 23:26
Re: DDE No. 1, Matter, energy and the gravitational forces 296 Eddie Larry 21-Oct-18 23:39
Re: DDE No. 1, Matter, energy and the gravitational forces 324 Robert Jameson 22-Oct-18 00:01
Re: tapping into past lives 384 Susan Doris 07-Oct-18 11:27
Sir Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe 319 Robert Jameson 08-Oct-18 01:58
Re: Sir Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe 310 Susan Doris 08-Oct-18 05:36
Re: Sir Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe 316 Robert Jameson 08-Oct-18 06:21
Oh dear 321 drrayeye 08-Oct-18 16:49
Re: Oh dear 344 Susan Doris 08-Oct-18 17:40
'Not shaking in my shoes" 300 drrayeye 09-Oct-18 11:54
Why they get so mad at you 311 drrayeye 09-Oct-18 13:05
Re: Why they get so mad at you 351 michael seabrook 11-Oct-18 18:03
Re: Why they get so mad at you 308 Robert Jameson 11-Oct-18 21:23
Re: Why they get so mad at you 307 greengirl5 11-Oct-18 21:43
Re: Why they get so mad at you 323 Robert Jameson 11-Oct-18 22:16
Re: Why they get so mad at you 292 greengirl5 12-Oct-18 01:16
Re: Why they get so mad at you 389 michael seabrook 12-Oct-18 16:42
Re: Why they get so mad at you 304 Susan Doris 12-Oct-18 05:23
Shame on you 323 drrayeye 12-Oct-18 16:29
Re: Shame on you 377 michael seabrook 12-Oct-18 16:50
Re: Shame on you 313 Susan Doris 12-Oct-18 18:00
Re: Shame on you 309 drrayeye 12-Oct-18 19:55
Re: Shame on you 354 michael seabrook 12-Oct-18 21:11
Why I still read and respond (sometimes) to your posts 312 drrayeye 10-Oct-18 04:05
Re: Why I still read and respond (sometimes) to your posts 304 Susan Doris 10-Oct-18 05:50
Feedback 313 drrayeye 10-Oct-18 14:51
Re: Feedback 306 Susan Doris 10-Oct-18 19:20
Re: Sir Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe 302 Itatw70s 08-Oct-18 21:47
Re: Sir Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe 313 Susan Doris 09-Oct-18 06:45
Wavelengths 291 greengirl5 09-Oct-18 08:20
Re: Wavelengths 317 Itatw70s 09-Oct-18 15:37
Re: Wavelengths 296 Susan Doris 09-Oct-18 18:03
Discussions 299 greengirl5 09-Oct-18 21:53
Re: Wavelengths 306 Itatw70s 10-Oct-18 00:34
Re: Wavelengths 298 Susan Doris 10-Oct-18 12:26
Re: Wavelengths 305 Itatw70s 10-Oct-18 13:49
Re: Wavelengths 286 Susan Doris 10-Oct-18 14:33
Re: tapping into past lives 323 michael seabrook 06-Oct-18 06:47
Re: tapping into past lives 294 Susan Doris 06-Oct-18 13:38
Oh no, another pickle you've gotten yourself into 307 drrayeye 06-Oct-18 13:24
Re: Oh no, another pickle you've gotten yourself into 309 Susan Doris 06-Oct-18 13:40
Re: tapping into past lives 337 michael seabrook 06-Oct-18 06:51
Re: tapping into past lives 315 Robert Jameson 06-Oct-18 07:36
Re: tapping into past lives 331 michael seabrook 06-Oct-18 08:13
Re: tapping into past lives 304 Susan Doris 06-Oct-18 13:42
Rubbishing the debunkers 306 greengirl5 06-Oct-18 14:32
Re: Rubbishing the debunkers 333 Susan Doris 06-Oct-18 17:31
Everything is just wonderful! 305 greengirl5 06-Oct-18 22:59
The scientific PROOF that shows reincarnation 336 michael seabrook 06-Oct-18 15:59
Re: The scientific PROOF that shows reincarnation 315 Susan Doris 06-Oct-18 17:34
The Nobel Prize 304 greengirl5 06-Oct-18 23:08
Re: The Nobel Prize 310 Robert Jameson 07-Oct-18 00:28
Re: The scientific PROOF that shows reincarnation 374 michael seabrook 11-Oct-18 06:31
Re: tapping into past lives 346 M. J. Thomas 10-Oct-18 10:12
Re: tapping into past lives 297 Robert Jameson 11-Oct-18 02:39
Re: tapping into past lives 309 Itatw70s 06-Oct-18 19:54
Re: tapping into past lives 316 Susan Doris 07-Oct-18 05:23
Says who? 306 greengirl5 07-Oct-18 07:06
Re: tapping into past lives, if you would of read all the post 349 michael seabrook 07-Oct-18 10:50
Re: tapping into past lives, if you would of read all the post 316 Itatw70s 07-Oct-18 20:00
Re: tapping into past lives, if you would of read all the post 362 michael seabrook 08-Oct-18 20:47
Re: tapping into past lives 331 michael seabrook 06-Oct-18 06:44
Re: tapping into past lives 319 Robert Jameson 06-Oct-18 10:12
Re: tapping into past lives 323 michael seabrook 06-Oct-18 11:29
Re: tapping into past lives 324 Robert Jameson 06-Oct-18 12:10
Reinarnation = immortality 367 michael seabrook 07-Oct-18 17:54
Re: Reinarnation = immortality 329 Robert Jameson 07-Oct-18 19:00
Re: Reinarnation = immortality 330 Itatw70s 07-Oct-18 20:53
Re: Reinarnation = immortality 311 Susan Doris 08-Oct-18 05:24
Re: Reinarnation = immortality 346 michael seabrook 11-Oct-18 18:12
Re: Reinarnation = immortality 307 Susan Doris 12-Oct-18 05:27
Re: tapping into past lives 314 Eddie Larry 10-Oct-18 18:04
connecting the physical with the spiritual 325 drrayeye 10-Oct-18 19:04
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 313 Eddie Larry 10-Oct-18 21:34
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 321 Robert Jameson 11-Oct-18 00:37
All hugely interesting! 317 greengirl5 11-Oct-18 01:07
Re: All hugely interesting! 314 Robert Jameson 11-Oct-18 02:20
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 314 Eddie Larry 11-Oct-18 23:16
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 308 Robert Jameson 12-Oct-18 00:46
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 289 Susan Doris 12-Oct-18 05:34
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 289 Eddie Larry 13-Oct-18 02:53
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 304 Robert Jameson 13-Oct-18 05:18
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 300 Eddie Larry 13-Oct-18 15:25
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 310 Robert Jameson 13-Oct-18 17:30
Correction made 308 Robert Jameson 12-Oct-18 01:16
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 317 Eddie Larry 12-Oct-18 18:05
Re: connecting the physical with the spiritual 288 drrayeye 12-Oct-18 18:50
Your chair as a mirage! 310 greengirl5 12-Oct-18 21:00
Re: Your chair as a mirage! 316 Robert Jameson 13-Oct-18 01:16
Re: tapping into past lives, resurrected 338 michael seabrook 06-Oct-18 12:06
Re: tapping into past lives, resurrected 314 Robert Jameson 06-Oct-18 12:23
Re: tapping into past lives, resurrected 318 Susan Doris 06-Oct-18 14:00
So, what is consciousness? 339 greengirl5 06-Oct-18 14:40
Re: So, what is consciousness? 304 Susan Doris 06-Oct-18 17:40
Re: So, what is consciousness? 324 Itatw70s 06-Oct-18 20:26
Re: So, what is consciousness? 352 Eddie Larry 06-Oct-18 23:04
Re: So, what is consciousness? 295 Susan Doris 07-Oct-18 06:09
Re: So, what is consciousness? 345 Eddie Larry 07-Oct-18 13:22
Re: So, what is consciousness? 314 Itatw70s 07-Oct-18 20:35
as "far" as you know! 301 greengirl5 06-Oct-18 23:19
Re: as "far" as you know! 326 Robert Jameson 07-Oct-18 00:01
Re: as "far" as you know! 376 Eddie Larry 07-Oct-18 02:30
Re: as "far" as you know! 335 Robert Jameson 07-Oct-18 03:43
Re: as "far" as you know! 315 Susan Doris 07-Oct-18 06:16
Re: as "far" as you know! 372 michael seabrook 07-Oct-18 10:53
Re: as "far" as you know! 336 Robert Jameson 07-Oct-18 11:25
Re: as "far" as you know! 349 michael seabrook 07-Oct-18 17:57
Re: as "far" as you know! 323 Itatw70s 07-Oct-18 21:21
Re: as "far" as you know! 315 Eddie Larry 08-Oct-18 23:04
Re: as "far" as you know! 315 Itatw70s 09-Oct-18 15:54
Great favorite! 328 drrayeye 10-Oct-18 03:45
Re: tapping into past lives 333 Enigcom 08-Oct-18 23:07
Re: tapping into past lives 291 Susan Doris 09-Oct-18 06:47
Re: tapping into past lives 312 Enigcom 09-Oct-18 18:02
Re: tapping into past lives 292 Robert Jameson 09-Oct-18 21:19
Re: tapping into past lives 293 Enigcom 11-Oct-18 21:36
Re: tapping into past lives 341 greengirl5 11-Oct-18 21:46
Nexus article – souls recall life between lives 321 Robert Jameson 09-Oct-18 03:31
Re: Nexus article – souls recall life between lives 315 Susan Doris 09-Oct-18 06:50
Re: Nexus article – souls recall life between lives 334 greengirl5 09-Oct-18 07:57
Re: Nexus article – souls recall life between lives 327 Susan Doris 09-Oct-18 18:09
Re: tapping into past lives 320 Redwood1 11-Oct-18 20:19
Re: tapping into past lives 337 greengirl5 11-Oct-18 21:57
Re: tapping into past lives 327 Enigcom 11-Oct-18 22:08
Re: tapping into past lives 313 Redwood1 17-Oct-18 18:40
Re: tapping into past lives 288 Redwood1 17-Oct-18 18:51
Re: tapping into past lives 291 Redwood1 17-Oct-18 19:12
A crazy world needs a crazy explanation 307 Robert Jameson 17-Oct-18 23:06
Re: A crazy world needs a crazy explanation 306 Susan Doris 18-Oct-18 05:24
Re: A crazy world needs a crazy explanation 315 M. J. Thomas 18-Oct-18 09:04
Re: tapping into past lives 305 Susan Doris 18-Oct-18 05:11
Re: tapping into past lives 368 Susan Doris 12-Oct-18 05:42
Re: tapping into past lives, old souls 387 michael seabrook 13-Oct-18 13:19
Are you a Moon Child 361 Robert Jameson 13-Oct-18 23:41
Re: Are you a Moon Child 411 michael seabrook 14-Oct-18 08:30
Re: tapping into past lives 410 David L 14-Oct-18 14:42
Re: tapping into past lives 409 michael seabrook 14-Oct-18 15:58
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