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Okay, so: The End Is Nigh is it? all hope gone and we are all doomed!!

That post, and I have listened to it all, has so much wrong with it … ...


Funnily enough, I think you are completey wrong!

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Rune Wrote:


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> Is there life after death?
>
> Listen to this discussion moderated by John Cleese
> (yes he of Monty Python & Basil Fawlty fame)
>
> [www.youtube.com]
>
> There can be no black or white answer to the
> question everyone should at some point ask
> themselves 'is there more to existence than this
> mortal coil' ?
> Too few ask that question these days. The result
> for the development of
> both the individual & society at large is severely
> detrimental.
> The secular/materialistic age is upon us with a
> vengeance - a by-product
> of 'the age of reason' & of course the hegemony
> of materialistic science.
> I say 'materialistic' as that is the classical
> 'Newtonian Physics' model which controls
> the scientific establishment. Everything is
> 'physical' or a by-product of the 'physical'.
> Mind a by-product of the brain etc. There is
> plenty of 'scientific' evidence which
> contradicts that proposition but few 'scientists'
> will stick their heads above the
> parapets for fear of being ostracized.
>
> Read Chris Carter's excellent trilogy of books
> on 'Science & the Psychic'

>
> [www.amazon.co.uk]
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>
>
> Or listen to the account of an initially
> skeptical neuro surgeon's own near death
> experience
> or read his book 'Proof of Heaven'.

>
> [www.youtube.com]
> s
>
> Quantum Mechanics is the branch of physics
> concerned with sub-atomic matter, first
> began to be explored over 100 years ago. Hard to
> believe that its 'proven'
> ( by experiment) theories defy the logic of
> Newtonian Physics. A defiance which
> troubled Einstein to his dying day.
> One of the quirks of quantum mechanics is that
> 'mind' or 'consciousness' impacts
> the outcome of physical results. Some say it may
> 'create' those physical results.
> How else is the placebo effect accounted for?
> So picture this it may be mind that lies behind
> all physical phenomena & not
> physical phenomena that creates 'mind'. That is
> more in keeping with many
> strains of ancient teachings, religious &
> otherwise.
> In the beginning was the Word & the Word was with
> God....
>
>
>
> The problem for contemporary thinking is this.
> Having escaped the age of superstition
> & religious bigotry (largely the product of men
> seeking power over other men)
> no-one wishes to return to that. Rightly so. But
> in denying the possibility of there
> being more to existence than the 'physical' has
> Western culture thrown the baby
> out with the bathwater? I would contend that they
> have.
>
> Listen to Graham Hancock read from the prophesy
> of Thoth ancient Egyptian Teacher & Prophet
> a prophesy as apt today as it was in ancient
> Egypt

>
> [www.youtube.com]
>
> Does the death of Spirituality matter? Well that
> very much depends on what you think the
> purpose of life is. The prevailing materialistic
> mindset would indicate there is no 'purpose'
> - so eat drink & be merry for tomorrow we die. If
> you can gain an advantage
> over someone else by deception, lies or aggression
> do it - that being the prevailing
> philosophy of countless organisations from
> governments to banks to energy suppliers.
> Religion of old was not all bad. It taught certain
> ethical standards even if these
> were enforced by the idea of eternal damnation.
> Such simplistic arguments no longer
> wash. So why should one behave ethically? Science
> has nothing to say about what is
> 'good' or 'bad' behaviour.
> When we (once again) begin to understand that we
> need a framework within which
> we can understand our own life & how it connects
> to others. A framework which
> helps us make sense of why we are here, what we
> have learned, what we still have
> to learn. A perspective on purpose. A perspective
> which materialistic science
> cannot help us with.
>
> Read AL Pine's excellent 'Insight of
> Perspective' Poems on Purpose

>
> [drive.google.com]
> umknpZghGLR8BwU/view?usp=sharing
>
>
> When, and it is WHEN not IF, we rediscover our
> Spiritual roots we will move from the
> Age of Materialism to an Age of Understanding.
> An age of spiritual growth rather than of damaging
> spiritual denial.
> That will be good for man's soul and the
> collective soul of mankind.
> I have no illusions that such an age will be a
> long time coming & that re-setting our
> path will probably require a catastrophic event.
> But if death is indeed not the end then
> such a catastrophe must be seen in context, as
> must our own inevitable mortal death.
>
> Death -A comma, not full stop.

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BEYOND DEATH'S DOOR? - A Mirror 2347 Rune 30-Aug-19 12:32
Re: DEATH - A Comma not Full Stop 223 Susan Doris 30-Aug-19 12:53
Re: DEATH - A Comma not Full Stop 222 greengirl5 30-Aug-19 13:31
Thanks! 199 drrayeye 30-Aug-19 13:36
Re: DEATH - A Comma not Full Stop 200 CJD1965 04-Sep-19 22:11
Re: DEATH - A Comma not Full Stop 200 Itatw70s 05-Sep-19 23:25
Re: DEATH - The BIG Taboo of our Secular Age 195 Rune 10-Sep-19 09:12
Re: DEATH - The BIG Taboo of our Secular Age 192 Itatw70s 10-Sep-19 11:31
Re: DEATH - The BIG Taboo of our Secular Age 173 greengirl5 11-Sep-19 03:53
We're doing a seminar at my church 186 drrayeye 10-Sep-19 23:09
Re: DEATH - The BIG Taboo of our Secular Age 172 drew 11-Sep-19 08:16
I'll try a bit better... 176 drew 13-Sep-19 03:39
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 165 Rune 17-Sep-19 09:02
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 173 Susan Doris 17-Sep-19 10:46
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 195 cloister 17-Sep-19 12:36
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 184 Susan Doris 17-Sep-19 15:12
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 195 cloister 17-Sep-19 18:59
Oh Oh 164 drrayeye 17-Sep-19 21:14
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 195 Susan Doris 17-Sep-19 21:43
Pascal's wager 172 drrayeye 18-Sep-19 00:14
Re: Pascal's wager 159 Eddie Larry 18-Sep-19 02:17
The deeper analysis 158 drrayeye 18-Sep-19 02:31
Re: The deeper analysis 160 Eddie Larry 18-Sep-19 03:52
You can go deeper 157 drrayeye 18-Sep-19 05:44
Re: You can go deeper 167 Susan Doris 18-Sep-19 06:46
I don't think it would work for you 159 drrayeye 18-Sep-19 08:50
Is this the right room for an argument? 166 grangram 18-Sep-19 09:34
Re: Is this the right room for an argument? 154 drrayeye 18-Sep-19 11:24
Re: Is this the right room for an argument? 162 Susan Doris 18-Sep-19 11:55
Re: Is this the right room for an argument? 156 Eddie Larry 18-Sep-19 13:51
Re: Is this the right room for an argument? 152 grangram 23-Sep-19 10:18
Re: Is this the right room for an argument? 140 Eddie Larry 13-Oct-19 19:32
Re: I don't think it would work for you 155 Susan Doris 18-Sep-19 11:11
Re: I don't think it would work for you 155 drrayeye 18-Sep-19 16:58
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 185 cloister 18-Sep-19 06:02
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 176 Susan Doris 18-Sep-19 06:50
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 157 Eddie Larry 18-Sep-19 13:57
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 161 Susan Doris 18-Sep-19 14:43
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 152 Eddie Larry 18-Sep-19 15:31
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 167 Susan Doris 18-Sep-19 16:58
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 158 Eddie Larry 18-Sep-19 19:22
the time you spend "here" 167 drrayeye 18-Sep-19 19:58
Re: the time you spend "here" 160 Susan Doris 19-Sep-19 05:21
Re: the time you spend "here" 161 drrayeye 19-Sep-19 08:08
Every human being is a Universal Investment... 144 Itatw70s 19-Oct-19 19:03
Re: DEATH'S STING - waiting for us all - sting or sojourn? 202 Mayavitch 16-Nov-19 18:29
“Oh Wow, Oh Wow, Oh Wow!” 161 grangram 22-Sep-19 06:45
Re: “Oh Wow, Oh Wow, Oh Wow!” 163 Susan Doris 22-Sep-19 08:35
clinical rule 155 drrayeye 23-Sep-19 09:16
Re: clinical ule 153 Susan Doris 23-Sep-19 11:50
Interpreting phenomenal reports 156 drrayeye 23-Sep-19 13:44
Re: Interpreting phenomenal reports 169 Susan Doris 23-Sep-19 14:52
Re: Interpreting phenomenal reports 132 Itatw70s 19-Oct-19 20:20
In Search Of The Afterlife interview 157 grangram 22-Sep-19 11:43
Re: In Search Of The Afterlife interview 173 Susan Doris 22-Sep-19 12:44
Why study something that does not exist? 138 Richard Fusniak 22-Oct-19 21:35
Re: Why study something that does not exist? 135 Susan Doris 23-Oct-19 01:03
Re: DEATH'S STING - what lies beyond? 150 Rune 13-Oct-19 11:16
Re: DEATH'S STING - what lies beyond? 145 Susan Doris 13-Oct-19 11:42
Re: DEATH'S STING - what lies beyond? 162 Eddie Larry 13-Oct-19 19:33
Re: BEYOND DEATH'S DOOR? - A Mirror 148 Rune 19-Oct-19 10:17
Re: BEYOND DEATH'S DOOR? - A Mirror 145 Itatw70s 20-Oct-19 01:16
When I die 142 grangram 20-Oct-19 06:30
Re: When I die 140 Itatw70s 20-Oct-19 14:57
I don't like it either Tom 138 grangram 03-Nov-19 09:13
Re: I don't like it either Tom 122 Glass Jigsaw 07-Nov-19 02:26
Astronauts 119 grangram 10-Nov-19 19:09
Re: BEYOND DEATH'S DOOR? - A Mirror 152 rulebook54 25-Oct-19 08:58


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