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1 year ago
rulebook54
Dogs, for me, stand for dogs of war. The Christian God has inflamed the bulk of warfare. World War I and II, both were Christian affairs. You must come to right conclusions, Eddie. Of course the Creator would suggest to Christians the name of God. He must warn the others who the warmonger is, must he not?
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1 year ago
rulebook54
Eddie, psychology is good fun. Even more fun is reading a detective story, watching Hercules Poirot or Sherlock Holmes solve mysteries using psychology mainly. But psychology stops when it has a good story. There are some German phi;olosophers, though, who must get to the bottom of mind. They are going way, way past a good story. It is not a healthy occupation.
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1 year ago
rulebook54
Eddie, if God is laughing, he does not approve of religion. Also , he has the last laugh too, because he knows beforehand that Christians are going to call him the reverse of dog. He also knows that some of us, like you and me, are going to find the joke on Christians. In that case, he has a message for you and me.
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1 year ago
rulebook54
If God has a mind, he surely knows that the reverse of the word is--dog. Why do you think he chose this word?
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1 year ago
rulebook54
The true mystery regarding 22/7 is if you turn the two 2's to face each other, becoming the Greek letter Ω. This is omega, the 24th and final letter. The import is 24/7, expressing the eternal Here & Now. There is that, then there is also the rejection of 24/7, as carrying on with the seven day work week. In that case you have 247+7=254. The 254th prime is 1609. In English, this number spell
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
rulebook54
The mind is for using on other things. You cannot use the mind on mind itself. It would be like using a hammer to hit itself on the head. If you want to see it done, try to read Being and Time (1927), by Martin Heidegger. It is a tour de force of nouns chasing verbs, but never managing to catch them. Verbs must chase nouns. It cannot be done the other way round. It is not even advisable to try
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
rulebook54
From Alice In Wonderland (1865), what would be your answer to this riddle. Why is a raven like a writing desk? My answer is, because raven--nevar--snow--'s now--right now. Nevar is Spanish for snow. Right now is the eternal Here & Now. The riddles in the book are all writing home. So they are writing about right now.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
rulebook54
The Hitchhiker's Guide To the Galaxy (1979) by Douglas Adams is a comic book trying to answer the question of identity. In a very meaningful passage it is said that if ever we came to an answer, the universe would disappear and a fresh new one will replace it. It has to, because mystery is the fabric of reality. The title is another eye-opener. We are hitchhiking on Planet Earth in search of ans
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1 year ago
rulebook54
You only need to wind back to Descartes and correct his faulty reasoning. He did an experiment in 1637, whose result was that mind is over matter. But he fudged the result and published it as--matter is over mind. This is how he invented materialism, that which the whole world is burdened with today. They call is doubt experiment. It is a mind experiment. Descartes found that he could doubt mate
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
rulebook54
What you mean to say is that mind and matter complement each other. There is nothing in common between them. But it is also true that mind is "over" matter. Mind can exist all on its own. When you dream at night, it is only mind, nothing else. Matter, on the other hand, has no existence without mind.
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
rulebook54
German philosophy is the model of how not to think. If you trace it from Kant, to Hegel, to Marx, you get communism and Stalin. If you trace it from Goethe, to Schopenhauer, to Nietzsche, to Heidegger, you end up with Hitler and fascism. The sober philosophy of the Englishman thanks these two streams of rabid thinking. Communism springs World War I, fascism does World War II. We, the happy Engli
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
rulebook54
drrayeye, If you do decide for yourself, surely you can decide on an issue as black and white as this. The skeletons that Michael Baigent digs up are all from the Catholic side. When bastion digs in, it digs into the Right spectrum. On the left spectrum, Protestants are free to decide for themselves. My opinion is that Protestants have now revoked their faith. If they all retreat into bastion,
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
rulebook54
Consider this curiosity. When the First Folio was published, Milton was 15 years old. He died 51 years later, soon after publishing the revised version of Paradise Lost. There is a clue here as to what Area 51 is, of alien association. It is underlined by the fact that exactly halfway in life Milton publishes The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce (1643).
Forum: History
1 year ago
rulebook54
seanoffshotgun points out that honorificabilitudinitatihus, the long word from Love's Labours Lost, carries value of 287. This is in Bacon's cypher. But in our cypher, where we have two more letters than in Elizabethan times, the value stands at 299. The two new letters for us are J and U. Add them on to arrive at—330. This stands for—BACON FULL STOP. Bacon always signed himself as 33. In many
Forum: History
1 year ago
rulebook54
It is very easy to say that a king invents monotheism because we wants to hold on to power. It may even be the whole truth of the matter. But that is not why we do history, or even read it. History is a grand narrative, and ultimately a unified narrative. The actual players might not have been aware what they were doing, but with the benefit of hindsight we see it. Let's take Donald Trump. At
Forum: Misc.
1 year ago
rulebook54
Religion and science are the same thing. Only the idiots say that they take the Bible literally. If you take a science too seriously, you become a hunchback and spectacled scholar. This is not a good pass at all. It is better for you to roam through science and pick up what is interesting. Religion then tidies up this process by giving you allegorical stories to follow instead. What is Adam and
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
rulebook54
Why not work it out in this way? Akhenaten (1353-1334 BC) writes an allegory on Thutmose III (1479-1425 BC), also known as Thutmose the Great. In this allegory, the conquering pharaoh is Moses, while the writer becomes his brother Aaron. If you are willing to take this wild leap, the Exodus fits into place neatly. Because Akhenaten is imagining the pharaohs reaching out to the wider world. Reme
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
rulebook54
Information is threatening when it makes out that God is responsible for some things, not man. If you consider the epic and meticulous account of man in control of his own fate, you can understand the anxiety felt by orthodoxy. If they would only understand that we have our role to play too. As Robert Browning would say, God's in his heaven and all's right with the world.
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
rulebook54
Yes, that kind of branching is inevitable. But I reiterate, to sideline Ralph Ellis for its sake is a huge loss of focus. Monotheism is all about focus, then focussing in on the twentieth century. How did it happen? Because the Jews were focussed like nothing else mattered. Eventually the Christians sharpened the focus. Then the Moslem sharpened yet further. If we take advantage of the twentie
Forum: Misc.
1 year ago
rulebook54
The golden ratio tells you that the city square in which you live is perfect. It invites any stranger in, then assimilates him or her by restoring the same ratio. The numbers tell the same story. The ratio is 1.618. sixteen and eighteen, brackets—17. This is the fourth prime primed again. Four is the city square. Now take it the other way round, as 8161. This prime number—1024—210—22—4. The ste
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
rulebook54
If Atlantis took down, take those last two words and the four names for Diodorus’ Atlantis—Cerne, Karne, Saruhen, Calneh. The anagram of it works out as follows—concern as when chained to crone. Well, this is exactly what Plato talks about in the Allegory of the Cave. The cave dwellers are chained and waiting for the light of day, when things become plain and obvious. Crone is the witch that tak
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
rulebook54
Why are people not shocked or shamed by orthodox science? If it were a religion or a cult, they would be up in arms. But they give orthodox science the benefit of the doubt. Yet the lie of science is much more criminal than that of religion. Given the most powerful tool to prove right, they use it instead to prove wrong. In comparison, religion is given a primitive stone axe as tool. Who here
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
1 year ago
rulebook54
Let me put the situation in black and white. There was a day when we accepted the established order as saints shining in the glory of science. Then Michael Baigent writes a book called Holy Blood Holy Grail (1982). No, he tells us. These people are worshipping evil Trinity, coming all the way from matriarchal bloodlines in ancient Egypt. The womb of the prostitute Mary Magdalene is their holy gr
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
rulebook54
Contributionism sounds like what Carl Jung calls the Collective Unconscious. We are all in it together. If it is the case, the duel is between mind and matter. The mind comes out on top, as long as you can ignore matter, keep it in its place. You engage in the world as observer. Otherwise you leave it alone. Psychic power is a con, because it is one mind trying to be upstart. It does not work th
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
rulebook54
Regarding the speed of light and Pi, this is the more neat demonstration. 300,000 km/s. Is it possible that the speed of light is so neat? If so, the zeros must only be making room for Pi, as—3.14159. If this is the case, the three pyramids must be entertaining—14159—the 1667th prime. If you look up that number as a year, it is when John Miltion publishes Paradise Lost (1667). Do we not know at
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
rulebook54
If Hancock and Bauval say OCT, one step further takes you to—COT. Isn’t OCT all about the—cot cradle beginnings to human civilization? The authors say that aliens have planned it, but they miss the plan itself, which is Civilization Optimization Training (COT). Concentrate on cot as cotangent, of trigonometry. COT is the mathematical reverse of TAN, whose significance is that of—--projection. R
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
rulebook54
drrayeye, you are not Adam if you fail to heed warnings regarding the temptations if Eve.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
rulebook54
I knew who you were a soon as I saw your name. Kaaron, as—K Aaron. If you read it in Indian, it becomes—who is Aaron? You did say that the prophet will come from the East and read the tiponi. Yes, it all fits in. Surely you are aware that the biblical Aaron is pharaoh Akhenaten? That he is also the principal author of the Old Testament. The scenes drawn in the Garden of Eden regarding Adam and
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
rulebook54
Since nobody has yet challenged me with being clever with these anagrams, I take it that they are accepted as valid. The lack of response could be due to the fact that you cannot imagine where they are coming from. Consider the possibility that you yourself made them up. That you have forgotten all about it. In this light, there is the following anagram. Prophecy race—pro phase secrecy.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
rulebook54
Eddie & Merrell, sorry about this belated response. You may wish to take Raplh Ellis with a bit of salt, but then you will be missing his main contribution. This is the whole picture, in which the details fit. Let me see if I can summarize it. The Egyptian pharaohs, especially pharaoh Akhenaten, introduce the religious revolution of monotheism, as a challenge to the polytheistic popular rel
Forum: Misc.
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