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Oh my, oh my, oh my!!!

Last but not least. What an enriching conversation throughout.

EVERY PERSON IS A CORNUCOPIA OF KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE. Need any other explanation?

No and Yes:

I have been ostracized by some here, for the good and the better.

My studies have enabled me to reach BEYOND the words of every man (billions of humans). I can only say that EVERY HUMAN IS A TREASURE TROVE OF KNOWLEDGE.

Susan, since you have taken upon yourself to "educate" others of your convictions, I applaud you!!!

My conviction is that every person (among the billions) has a valid claim of "knowhow".

I address your deepest confirmation of NO IDIOTIC CLAIMS BEYOND THE SCIENCE OF THE PRESENT. Good for you!!!

Just to remind you, I have declared a "no religion" stance of late. However, I also claim that other people are magnificent in their treatises of personal invocation and social inference, or, affiliation to an "accepted" form of lifestyle. This means that I take people by their words, of which, there are plenty here on this OP. Until that day, as I have declared in another OP, I have no religion. That took study, contemplation and conviction to accomplish that goal. I saw only what I learned, IN THE MEANTIME.

Any subject is a good subject, with all of the "toppings", like ice cream on pie, are delicious thoughts and consummation of concepts. Yes, it is THRILLING to witness the BARE facts of Reality. But I will NEVER Argue with another for the favor of one minute of recognition or rejection. Albeit, that my course of action on this forum has been progressive and final in my choice, it had only a little to do with your contract of disagreement to anyone's contribution here on GHMB.

There are no sad feelings concerning your contributions. They were all well and in order. However, a certain book, The Christ Conspiracy, which I read a decade ago has been a teacher to me. Myth, Magic, Mind Games and Mystery all have their place in this world of magnificent ideations. So it is.

I allow and am informed by every concept that enters my mind; however, I choose what is probable and practical. It is choice, nothing more. I saw little to convince me of MAGNIFICENT ideations. Yet, I applaud those who persevere, just as I once did (for survival purposes).

This DOES NOT MEAN THAT I HAVE CLOSED THE BOOKS OF MY STUDY. It surely means that I am convinced that myth cannot claim the same place as Reality. That is given.

So, the Moon? According to an alternative history, the moon was caught by Earth when the planet that occupied the now asteriod belt gave up its matter to circumstance, eventually captured by Earth, gives reason to be considered objectively. Billions of years allows for ANYTHING to happen. The question I posit to you is: WHY IS THERE ONLY ONE ASTEROID BELT? It is OBVIOUS THAT SOME PLANET was destroyed there. What else could it be? Logic and insight are neccessary for logical deduction. Asteroids must have had a source!!! A planet destroyed must be the logical solution.

Well, it's been nice talking to you.


PS. Ray, I liked your S&G song. Quote: "And I only kiss your shadow, I cannot feel your hand, you're a stranger now unto me, lost in the dangling conversation".

You should dissolve all discrimination of individuality and absorb all things into a harmonious oneness.
The virtue of a highly evolved being embraces all people and things and dispels the darkness which isolates them.

Hua Hu Ching-primary lesson.



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The Moon: Relic From An Advanced Prehistoric Civilization 1217 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 199 Phanes 13-Apr-19 06:13
Re: The Moon: Relic From An Advanced Prehistoric Civilization 248 Susan Doris 10-Apr-19 05:10
Re: The Moon: Relic From An Advanced Prehistoric Civilization 194 Enigcom 11-Apr-19 14:34
give James some credit 201 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 174 Susan Doris 12-Apr-19 05:22
Re: give James some credit 177 Susan Doris 12-Apr-19 12:10
Re: give James some credit 177 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 171 drrayeye 12-Apr-19 17:23
Re: give James some credit 189 Eddie Larry 12-Apr-19 18:48
Re: give James some credit 170 drrayeye 12-Apr-19 23:49
Re: give James some credit 177 Eddie Larry 13-Apr-19 01:21
Re: give James some credit 180 Susan Doris 13-Apr-19 05:36
A simpler response 189 eyeofhorus33 13-Apr-19 07:00
Too simple 177 drrayeye 13-Apr-19 13:06
Re: A simpler response 170 PB Bytes 13-Apr-19 16:39
Re: give James some credit 169 PB Bytes 13-Apr-19 14:39
Re: give James some credit 174 Susan Doris 13-Apr-19 14:54
Re: give James some credit 162 PB Bytes 13-Apr-19 15:01
Re: give James some credit 166 Susan Doris 13-Apr-19 17:03
Re: give James some credit 170 PB Bytes 13-Apr-19 17:09
Rupert 184 drrayeye 12-Apr-19 17:11
Re: Rupert 164 Susan Doris 13-Apr-19 14:46
Re: Rupert 172 drrayeye 13-Apr-19 17:12
Re: Rupert 160 Susan Doris 14-Apr-19 05:52
Re: Rupert 168 drrayeye 14-Apr-19 07:34
Re: Rupert 160 Susan Doris 14-Apr-19 09:35
Re: Rupert 161 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 157 drrayeye 15-Apr-19 06:18
Re: Rupert 166 Eddie Larry 15-Apr-19 16:59
Entering 165 drrayeye 15-Apr-19 17:43
Re: Entering 161 Eddie Larry 15-Apr-19 18:14
Just a dangling conversation 163 drrayeye 15-Apr-19 18:45
Re: Just a dangling conversation 173 Eddie Larry 15-Apr-19 22:42
Re: Rupert 181 Susan Doris 16-Apr-19 04:57
Strong opinions 160 greengirl5 16-Apr-19 22:36
Re: Strong opinions 166 Eddie Larry 17-Apr-19 01:12
Re: give James some credit 183 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 171 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 189 Itatw70s 16-Apr-19 01:23
Re: give James some credit 174 Susan Doris 17-Apr-19 05:21
Re: give James some credit 175 Itatw70s 18-Apr-19 01:06
Re: give James some credit 158 Enigcom 20-Apr-19 12:57
Re: give James some credit 161 Susan Doris 20-Apr-19 13:46
Re: give James some credit 173 drrayeye 20-Apr-19 14:03
Re: give James some credit 159 Susan Doris 20-Apr-19 16:57
You can say 158 drrayeye 20-Apr-19 17:03
Re: give James some credit 151 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 160 drrayeye 20-Apr-19 17:09
The difference 167 greengirl5 20-Apr-19 22:16
Supernatural versus superstition 150 greengirl5 20-Apr-19 22:18
Re: Supernatural versus superstition 147 Susan Doris 21-Apr-19 07:36
Re: It's not meaningless to me 158 Susan Doris 21-Apr-19 07:27
This very issue 154 drrayeye 21-Apr-19 11:14
Re: This very issue 160 Susan Doris 21-Apr-19 12:57
Re: This very issue 260 greengirl5 21-Apr-19 22:27


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