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Well, I sighed deeply when I read this, but will go through and respond later, especially as I see that another , most decidedly required, rational point of view - eye of horus's - has been posted.

Susan


drrayeye Wrote:
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> Susan,
>
> James deserves a more thoughtful response. The
> scientific anomolies described were factual and
> correct, as were the references that documented a
> time before there was a moon. The remembering of
> previous lives has been claimed by those carrying
> out psychoanalysis, so at least the concept has
> come up before. It's the association between a
> past life and claims about an artificial moon that
> sound to most of us like wild speculation.
>
> So, let's reject that part--at least for the time
> being. Is it scientifically implausable to assume
> that there was a pre-moon time? No. In fact, all
> scientific theories that explain the creation of
> the moon postulate a pre moon era. The capture of
> space debris by Earth's gravitational field is
> certainly possible. We've actually launched and
> placed some debris into rotaton around the earth
> ourselves.
>
> Likewise, the recycling of life on this planet
> going back billions of years is not inconceivable.
> There is even evidence to support rebirth of life
> on a planet through pan spermia (seeding from a
> comet). The part hardest to swallow is that life
> fully advanced to at least the level of our planet
> today--and then died off: over and over.
>
> James is just putting some of these ideas together
> in this brief writeup. Just writing these ideas
> off as rubbish in favor of a simplistic theory of
> evolution that has been discarded long ago is a
> common tactic you employ: especially with new
> posters.
>
> I have become much more aware of where this
> atheistic religion of yours came from.
>
> It was only in the last few weeks that I came upon
> a talk by Rupert Sheldrake. Rupert described a
> much much stronger association between science and
> materialistic atheism than there has been in the
> United States--and his own "coming out." It's
> entirely audio:
>
> [www.youtube.com]
>
> You might find it amusing. I think the main
> difference is that in Britain, it was supposed
> that a scientist--especially a biological
> scientist--was an atheist. Whereas here, in the
> USA, we just didn't talk about it. Sheldrake sees
> this recent atheistic era as a necessary cleansing
> process, and claims that you Brits are well on
> your way to a post atheistic revival of interest
> in spirituality and God.
>
> Ray

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Subject Views Written By Posted
The Moon: Relic From An Advanced Prehistoric Civilization 1215 Phanes 07-Apr-19 13:55
Mod Note > Topic Moved 188 Dr. Troglodyte 07-Apr-19 22:27
Re: The Moon: Relic From An Advanced Prehistoric Civilization 210 Enigcom 09-Apr-19 21:09
Re: The Moon: Relic From An Advanced Prehistoric Civilization 197 Phanes 13-Apr-19 06:13
Re: The Moon: Relic From An Advanced Prehistoric Civilization 247 Susan Doris 10-Apr-19 05:10
Re: The Moon: Relic From An Advanced Prehistoric Civilization 193 Enigcom 11-Apr-19 14:34
give James some credit 200 drrayeye 11-Apr-19 18:35
Sheldrake is mistaken, it seems ... 216 eyeofhorus33 11-Apr-19 21:05
Listen to his report (toward the end) 186 drrayeye 11-Apr-19 23:05
Re: give James some credit 173 Susan Doris 12-Apr-19 05:22
Re: give James some credit 175 Susan Doris 12-Apr-19 12:10
Re: give James some credit 176 PB Bytes 12-Apr-19 15:40
Re: give James some credit 171 Eddie Larry 12-Apr-19 17:00
Re: give James some credit 170 drrayeye 12-Apr-19 17:23
Re: give James some credit 187 Eddie Larry 12-Apr-19 18:48
Re: give James some credit 169 drrayeye 12-Apr-19 23:49
Re: give James some credit 176 Eddie Larry 13-Apr-19 01:21
Re: give James some credit 179 Susan Doris 13-Apr-19 05:36
A simpler response 189 eyeofhorus33 13-Apr-19 07:00
Too simple 176 drrayeye 13-Apr-19 13:06
Re: A simpler response 170 PB Bytes 13-Apr-19 16:39
Re: give James some credit 168 PB Bytes 13-Apr-19 14:39
Re: give James some credit 171 Susan Doris 13-Apr-19 14:54
Re: give James some credit 161 PB Bytes 13-Apr-19 15:01
Re: give James some credit 165 Susan Doris 13-Apr-19 17:03
Re: give James some credit 168 PB Bytes 13-Apr-19 17:09
Rupert 183 drrayeye 12-Apr-19 17:11
Re: Rupert 163 Susan Doris 13-Apr-19 14:46
Re: Rupert 171 drrayeye 13-Apr-19 17:12
Re: Rupert 159 Susan Doris 14-Apr-19 05:52
Re: Rupert 168 drrayeye 14-Apr-19 07:34
Re: Rupert 159 Susan Doris 14-Apr-19 09:35
Re: Rupert 160 Susan Doris 14-Apr-19 12:18
Re: Rupert 159 drrayeye 15-Apr-19 04:16
Re: Rupert 166 Eddie Larry 15-Apr-19 05:00
Re: Rupert 156 drrayeye 15-Apr-19 06:18
Re: Rupert 165 Eddie Larry 15-Apr-19 16:59
Entering 165 drrayeye 15-Apr-19 17:43
Re: Entering 159 Eddie Larry 15-Apr-19 18:14
Just a dangling conversation 163 drrayeye 15-Apr-19 18:45
Re: Just a dangling conversation 170 Eddie Larry 15-Apr-19 22:42
Re: Rupert 178 Susan Doris 16-Apr-19 04:57
Strong opinions 159 greengirl5 16-Apr-19 22:36
Re: Strong opinions 166 Eddie Larry 17-Apr-19 01:12
Re: give James some credit 182 Enigcom 12-Apr-19 23:37
Re: give James some credit 174 Susan Doris 13-Apr-19 13:15
Re: give James some credit 195 Naveen 13-Apr-19 20:52
Re: give James some credit 170 Susan Doris 14-Apr-19 05:56
Re: give James some credit 213 Naveen 14-Apr-19 11:02
Re: give James some credit 175 Enigcom 14-Apr-19 16:32
Re: give James some credit 188 Itatw70s 16-Apr-19 01:23
Re: give James some credit 174 Susan Doris 17-Apr-19 05:21
Re: give James some credit 174 Itatw70s 18-Apr-19 01:06
Re: give James some credit 157 Enigcom 20-Apr-19 12:57
Re: give James some credit 159 Susan Doris 20-Apr-19 13:46
Re: give James some credit 172 drrayeye 20-Apr-19 14:03
Re: give James some credit 159 Susan Doris 20-Apr-19 16:57
You can say 157 drrayeye 20-Apr-19 17:03
Re: give James some credit 150 drrayeye 20-Apr-19 13:48
Re: give James some credit 172 Susan Doris 20-Apr-19 17:02
It's not meaningless to me 158 drrayeye 20-Apr-19 17:09
The difference 165 greengirl5 20-Apr-19 22:16
Supernatural versus superstition 149 greengirl5 20-Apr-19 22:18
Re: Supernatural versus superstition 146 Susan Doris 21-Apr-19 07:36
Re: It's not meaningless to me 157 Susan Doris 21-Apr-19 07:27
This very issue 153 drrayeye 21-Apr-19 11:14
Re: This very issue 158 Susan Doris 21-Apr-19 12:57
Re: This very issue 260 greengirl5 21-Apr-19 22:27


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