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18 years ago
Timothy
Ananda sweetie, You read all those books and you still think the masons are racists? While I don't see them as at the forefront for equality, they DO NOT have any race or religious affiliation, and a good example is the African American Mason lodge in the American revolution that organized the Boston Tea party, or the order of the Eastern Star, the female mason equivalent. One statistic (ofwhic
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Yep- they had a blurb about this in the Wall Street Journal this morning. Prepare for some orthodox backpedalling. Tim
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Did he mention what species of shark? I can't remember which one, but there is a species of shark that's like those frogs that can change sex after being alive for a certain time period. Something about their chromosones remaining in limbo for a period of time until either the egg or the fertilizer is produced. Once this happens, they revert to the opposite sex, I think some plant species do this
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
2644. Re: Yep!
"Blessed assurance did nothing for him, just as the assurance that we're ok and have nothing to worry about in the afterworld will lead many to spend their lives sitting on their butts awaiting Nirvana, or Heaven." Spoken like a true genius. If you have seen any of the Bill Moyer interview with Joseph Campbell or have read any of JC's works, he talks a lot about how nirvana is more of
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Maybe.....it is interesting to ponder though. Tim
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
I would say the scientific definition is to be aware of your own guilt. Tim
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
"You're obviously in posession of a conscience. Not very scientific, though. -;)" I disagree, my ability to scientifically analyze the world has allowed me to avoid ignorance of my surroundings. Tim
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Hi Bent, "The thing that puzzles me is, why do so many people, including me, insist on feeding the hungry and housing the homeless? If God doesn't exist, why bother? Leave them starve, there's no God to care, so why should you?" Because these people have a conscience. They feel guilty knowing that they are well fed and clothed when others are not. I put forward the suggestion
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
But Robert, Why does it have to be because of God? Here is what I mean. "The magical existence and experience of life alone are ample proof to me of the existence of the Tao. Or Buddha. Or whatever. My point is that when we get SPECIFIC as to what ever this force is, we get tolerance problems, and an I'm right you're wrong mentality. Not to mention religious zealots who
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Mia, I don't think they aren't interested in their history, more they are confused as to how their culture went from a pyramid building society, with a trade system and infrastructure, to peasants dwelling in poverty with little or no education, infrastructure or oppurtunity. And personally, I don't see it necessarily as all their fault. The Spanish Conquest did more than just change the natio
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
This is the part I never understand about religion. People always say things like what Robert said- "The magical existence and experience of life alone are ample proof to me of God's existence." Why is it God? Why isn't it Goddess? Why isn't it the force? Why isn't it the Tao? and then they go on to say things like this- "But having doubt does not prove the non-existence of a
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Makes you wonder just how devastating the Spanish Invasion into the America's really was. Here we have potentially one of the monumental discovery in terms of ancient civilizations, and it's in danger of being run over by tour buses while the locals sit and wonder where they went wrong as a culture. Who knows how much history was lost to their conquests. Do you just blame that on colonialism?
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Hey Pete, Thanks for the article. I too have the same feelings about "GOD" and how his (notice I said "his"-western civilization peaks through again) name is used in so many different ways that it seems complete lunacy to say one way or the other. For me, spirituality came in the form of the Tao Te Ching. This book, which doesn't claim to be the word of God, nor the word of
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Happy New Year to all- May we all make our own discovery in the next year that will further personkinds understanding of the universe in which we live. Tim
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
I simply can't resist this tease, but here goes. There is a person living today in Florida who has claimed to have reassembled the "machine" used to lift the blocks at Coral Castle. He just returned from Egypt where he was testing his hypothesis with the stones at the GP, because as you probably know, Ed claimed to have used the same methods as the pyramid builders. He says he co
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Hey John, The works of Ed Leedskalnin are easier to find than to understand. If you haven't already, go to www.coralcastle.com and you should be able to find what you are looking for. Good luck- Ed was the MAN! Tim
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
The reason for NASA and Hawass is pretty simple. Nasa has the best technology when it comes to fiber-optic camers and video feeds connected to a robot. From what I had read, Nasa wanted to send a robot equipped with their fiber-optic cable/camera that would find a hole or crack around the door and then sneak the cable through so they can see what's on the other side. The kickback is Nasa wanted
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Godzilla....................:) Lol! Good one Will. Tim
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
I love this quote Merc- "NARRATOR: Even though Father Fedele's report about the event reached the West, he was ignored for over 60 years, until Mark Bailey rediscovered it in the vaults of the Vatican. " God knows how much is in that library that we have conveniently "fogotten" about over the last few hundred years. Yep, God only knows. Maybe the Pope too. Tim
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Speaking of recorded history of lost civilizations, the Vatican library could probably answer quite a few questions about this. It's pretty sad that they still possess some of the artifacts that they do seeing as how many of them were outright STOLEN from the cultures they belonged to. I'm not even going to get in to the Nazi era looting. You can see whatever you want at the vatican library, prov
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Martin, I don't expect anyone to take my word as proof, c'mon don't be so negative. I will tell you if you saw what I saw, you would be seriously perplexed, and I have a feeling you will be seeing it soon, so just chill out. Tim
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Positive. They even talked about how deep (2000 feet) underwater the ruins were. Tim
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18 years ago
Timothy
The local news here in town played a brief clip of the video tape from the submersible showing some CRAZEEEEEEEE stuff. A tall obelisk lookin' thingy with a pyramidal top to it, most definitely NOT natural. You can explain to me all you want about how ocean currents shape rock, blahblahblah, not these folks. One looks like the Washington Monument for chrissakes. Hands down the smoking gun video I
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
Timothy
Last night on the news I saw what looked like a video of the submersible in Cuba and the pictures of it too, I saw briefly an obelisk looking object with a pyramid top to it, and this was on local news. I wanna see the whole freakin video NOW!!!!! Tim
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