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15 years ago
Mark Staab
>>I would like to say thank you to all of you for putting up with me these past few weeks. It has been interesting. Thanks especially to Steve and to Graham Hancock for allowing a Christian to express my views on this board when we are being silenced in so many other forums ( quelle surprise). Thanks.<< Thank you, Patrick, and yes, thanks Graham, Steve. There's no more class act lik
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
I've heard that too, Patrick. :D It's amazing to me the kinds of polarizing tactics politicians (and their handlers -- same folks, imho) will use successfully over and over and over again to turn our attentions to a rhetorical fracas, whilst they ram their real agenda through the back door. Of course you know the counter to this is that it was a democrat that dropped the bomb, right? Nothing
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Patrick; >>I think now they have the Neutron bomb that does exactly this.<< Actually, I think the neutron bomb was designed to kill the people, but leave the city infrastructure intact. Kind of an "economically friendly" bomb. I may be wrong tho'. I'm not terribly invested in that thought, Patrick. Certainly not enough to get bogged down in particulars. I'm more in
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
"But pray ye that your flight be not in the winter . . ." (Mt 24:20)
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Patrick, >>Michael, both you and I know that there is only one thing that is going to make all the cities of the nations collapse at the same time. That is a nuclear strike. John saw all the cities of the nations falling down...to him and with his words, it was an "earthquake."<< Sure, a nuke strike might be one way. However, in that there does seem to be a persistent eco
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Raja: >>" conversed with His disciples in private, and especially in their sacred retreats, concerning the Gospel of God, but the words which He uttered have not been preserved, because it appeared to the evangelists that they could not be adequately conveyed to the multitude in writing or in speech...and they saw...what things were to be committed to writing, and how this was to be d
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Patrick, >>Truth is stranger than fiction....What was it that Mark Twain said regarding this?<< He may have plagiarized it. There are more things in heaven and earth Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 5 :D Regards, Mark
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Cool. I too had the impression you were wrapping things up, Patrick. Perhaps it was your poem, or my dear friend Claude's somewhat passionate response to it . . . :D Regards, Mark
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
15 years ago
Mark Staab
15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Claude, Messed up on my reply again. I offer a "take" on one of your questions for Kim below: Warmest, Mark
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Claude, >>Why did the builders rejected this stone figuratively ?<< My sense (for what it's worth) is that the quote refers to one of those passages that can be taken both figuratively *and* literally. The scribes, Pharisees and Sadducees found this rock (Jesus) entirely unmalleable. Essentially, near as I can tell, the scholars and religionists (temple builders all) saw him as
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Thank you, Kim. :) Patrick, So far, your debate on this board has convinced me that your book is something I want to read soonest. For the time being, however, I must content myself with your responses to other posters. I just wanted to ask that you also consider the following context as you ponder your response to Kimberly's most excellent questions: Upon his receipt of the Ten Commandment
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Mark (seems almost as many marks on this board as there are steves, or jims, lol), >>I too believe that there is nothing wrong with being fed and get shelter for the night by people who appreciate the 'gift' of the Teaching. Our monestary also accepts money from donations. But never should we ask for it.<< I don't think Jesus asked Mary (lots of marys, too) to break that vial of
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Mark (seems almost as many marks on this board as there are steves, or jims, lol), >>I too believe that there is nothing wrong with being fed and get shelter for the night by people who appreciate the 'gift' of the Teaching. Our monestary also accepts money from donations. But never should we ask for it.<< I don't think Jesus asked Mary (lots of marys, too) to break that vial of
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Patrick, >>So when Satan is spoken of as a serpent, it no more means a snake than it does when Herod is called a “fox”. When the word serpent is used, it is for the purpose of expressing the truth more impressively, and it is intended to be something much more real than the letter of the word.<< And yet the serpent took the hit for Eve, to make her feel better; much as she took t
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Tore, Probably too late to help this time, but Snappy-Tom (tomato juice cocktail with green chiles) works wonders for a hangover or, in a pinch, tomato juice and louisiana hot sauce; then plenty of water all day -- for the really bad ones you can always find a medic in need of IV practice. ;) Regards, Mark
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Claude, >>as for my oestregens I am over the hill. How do you explain that ?<< Quite simply: you are a force of nature, my dear. :) Next to whom science is quite small. Warmest, Mark
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Must be all those estrogens. :D Regards, Mark Ps. Interesting history to hops . . .
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Tore, By definition, God is perfect . . . >>"We are all One"<< Yeah, beer does that to you -- up to a point . . . :) Regards, Mark
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
>>Honestly - how can one PROVE that the God from the Old testament - who has many names , among them the Demiurg (the imprfect God), has arranged for the mega Armageddon to establish who of us are the Righteous ones and who are Not..?<< Welcome to the board, Tore! You raise some interesting questions for Patrick. I was wondering, though, there seems a suggestion in your invocatio
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Patrick, >>You just haven't heard enough evidence to convince you if it's right. But, seek and you shall find; ask and it shall be given ; knock and the door shall be opened.<< Well stated. I like: Get oil for your lamps. Regards, Mark : )
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Photon, >>If the pyramids etc. have astronomical alignments, and they line up on earth ( below ) as sky (above), perhaps that whole schematic is itself a 'symbol', a 'below' symbol, to try to teach us of an 'Above' we cannot see, and to align oursleves with it...for answers to all things.<< We probably ought to be sure of the symbol we align ourselves, however, as fully a third o
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Kim, In the interest of gender sensitivity, shouldn't that be "he/she's been there from the beginning?" :D Warm regards, Mark
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15 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Patrick, >>The bad news is, the Titanic is going down. But the good news is, you don't have to get on it. There is a way out, there is an escape route, there is an alternative. You can read all about that in The Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse.<< Will ye be offerin' any thoughts, on "them which say they are Jews, and are not," then, Patrick? (Rev 2:9, 3:9) R
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16 years ago
Mark Staab
16 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Fisherman, Thanks, but I'm hardly literate in matters Egyptian, much less the AEs (there's so much, and so many on the GHMB for whom the details are a dedicated life's work). I will however chime in as I'm able, as the threads of conversation touch upon my own interests, which, as I've recently discovered to my great delight, seem nearly as ecclectic as your own. :) Thanks again, Mark
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16 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Michael, In the OT, as far as I know, there is only the one. One might, at a stretch however, extend this ponderosity you outline to the "giants" described in Genesis. It does seem a stretch, tho'. :) Regards, Mark
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16 years ago
Mark Staab
Hi Fisherman, I've been following this thread as well as your Julian Jayne thread over on the "Mysteries" board with interest. I've pretty much been content to lurk and learn; however, I think I should point out that Giza, in its day, was quite lavish in its own right -- the temple at Jerusalem as well. >>Just go to rome and look at the decadent, lavish churches and you know th
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