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4 years ago
debraregypt
Told ya so!
Forum: Global Village
4 years ago
debraregypt
Trump will win by a landslide.
Forum: Global Village
4 years ago
debraregypt
I do understand the enjoyment of shooting.... practice shooting. I have never 'killed' anything with my weapons at all. I have mine for home protection if ever needed and I do have a conceal and carry. Gun control does not solve anything for a "criminal"... no more than alcohol or drug control. dEb
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
4 years ago
debraregypt
Laughin, Many miss that fact about full auto vs semi auto.... Many do not have a clue. Thanks for trying to point that out. dEb
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
5 years ago
debraregypt
You got your finger on the pulse of it Thunderbird. Very disturbing what they did.
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
5 years ago
debraregypt
That's one heck of a question. Federal Reserve issues.
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
5 years ago
debraregypt
I don't know if anyone posted this.. but just heard Deano Hopper just passed away. I enjoyed his posts on this site. RIP Deano! You were one of the 'good ones!!"
Forum: Misc.
5 years ago
debraregypt
Me too Eddie.
Forum: Global Village
5 years ago
debraregypt
No I have not ...but looking into it. Thanks dEb
Forum: Inner Space
9 years ago
debraregypt
Well, the Moses story sounds a lot like another earlier story about Sargon some 800 years before Moses… Sargon was placed in a reed basket and sent down the river by his mother. He was rescued by Aqqi, who then adopted him as his own son. Krishna story tells of him parting the sea and walking across it with his group to evade trouble. Parting the sea, and then walking across it. The Hindu st
Forum: History
9 years ago
debraregypt
I think the bible tells of more than one wife. dEb
Forum: History
10 years ago
debraregypt
I found an interesting article... I suppose it depends on who you talk to in some regard. I was really shocked when I learned what Lincoln was considering.. he considered plans to have Black people in America shipped to either Haiti or Central America (as well as encouraging Blacks to emigrate to Liberia). FORCED INTO GLORY: Abraham Lincoln's White Dream ISBN-13: 9780874850024 (paperback)
Forum: History
6 years ago
debraregypt
Hi D.. Ya I did read it. Mostly he is bothered by Graham saying he didn't think mainstream science was “any kind of conspiracy.” I don't think that meant Graham thinks there is no conspiracy in science….. of course there is. I think we might disagree with the percentage of science that is paid off and bribed… however, I have to say in my kind of work I'd see more than he would. What particu
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
6 years ago
debraregypt
Well said Graham! Thanks for responding! dEb P.S… That's why I don't post much on this forum much anymore. Not to diminish some who are very supporting here and do not stomp with personal attacks. You know who I mean, the ones that run wild with ad hom attacks. I suppose that is why you/Graham don't post much on your own "phorum." I wish there was an easier way to stop the t
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
7 years ago
debraregypt
Good questions Tom. I think it is…. "I am that I am." The awareness that you are aware. dEb
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
dwm wrote: > Thanks dEb and Hans for those worthwhile connections -- there > are certainly some interesting leads to pursue from a > "religious history" and "spiritual knowledge" direction coming > out of all of this. That's outside the scope of my book but > certainly an angle that I am interested in (who wouldn't be, > right?) > > David Yes -- all
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
Thanks -- From what I seen on the site, I was thinking about joining. It looks very informative. Thanks again for sharing! dEb
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
hansmittendorf wrote: > dEb, > > I am glad you find this useful information. > > Do you know the book by Sigmund Freud about Moses and > monotheism? > That is a very interesting research from a top researcher. > Here is the link > Thank you. I've heard of that book before. I have downloaded it and I'm going to read it because of your advice. I found it on an eboo
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
hansmittendorf wrote: > dEb, > > thank you for your interest! > > Here is a link for the DNA of TUT > "Hawass previously announced that he would not release the racial DNA results of Egyptian mummies — obviously because he feared the consequences of such a revelation." That does not surprise me. I have missed that info though. I did't know that. Thanks >
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
hansmittendorf wrote: > Regarding human activity on this planet, I came across a DVD > published by Klaus Dona. I highly recommend it to everyone who > has an interest in tracing human origins. > > > There is a museum in south america which exposes old stones on > which human and dinosaurs are contemporaries. > > The other case I would like to mention is
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
Jonathan Talat Phillips wrote: > I think the thought-virus of original sin is probably the most > insidious doctrine of the Bible as it spreads this corruption > of spirit, where we are born bad, forever guilt-ridden to a > patriarchal, violently angry god. The ancient Gnostics had > huge issues with this portrayal of God, and from their texts, > it appears they had developed
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
Jonathan Talat Phillips wrote: > Hi Debraregypt, > > Have you heard of the Santo Daime church? Talking about > Christianity evolving. It's a modern day Christian mystery > school that uses the plant medicine/hallucinogen ayahuasca as > its sacrament for healing and experience of gnosis. I've > joined them out in Oregon where it's legal and I had some > fairly profound
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
Jonathan Talat Phillips wrote: > I've heard a number of people have energy healing experiences > from galactic encounters, almost like Jesus does as a hands on > healer. Of course, this is very different than the abduction > paradigm that most media focuses on. Yes, I'd agree with you. Fear sells so this wouldn't meet the criteria for the "news." Not sensational enough
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
Jonathan Talat Phillips wrote: > Hi everyone, I hope you enjoy this month's article. I'd love > to create a discussion around your thoughts on Jesus. Did Christianity come from the mystery schools? ***** Yes, IMO opinion it did in part. Was Jesus a real human? A mythical composite character? Some divine download from other celestial realms? ***** I think there is probability tha
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
I think the best we could do at this point is to speculate. Yes - I think he could have been… at least in part…. If this one person did exist. I find lots of things from the source of these stories about Jesus that would be consistent with modern day visitations as those present their cases. dEb
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
QuotedEb --- OK - I believe you believe that. QuoteDavid L -I know it because I've lived it. I also know that you--along with most people--would not believe it. But that doesn't concern me. My post was directed to the author, not to you. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Very interesting, revealing, and demonstrated view David L. … You have an err
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
David L wrote: > "Imagine if you had your own personal Jesus. Not just a distant > ambiguous figure in a book, but someone a mile or two away who > you could drop in and visit. > What if he or she could sit opposite you and mix humour with > the deepest wisdom, know with certainty how to heal you if you > are sick, how to direct your mind and tell you where you are > go
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
I think some are and some are not. Theories benefit us because they can lead us to discovery. Conspiracies in particular as a theory can and do leave a message that we are watching. That's good even if it pans out to not be true. It is a fact that pockets and some people of the government do intend to conspire … government fraud, government corruption. History would tell us it does happen.
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
"Our children not only have our dna but they have the dna of all our ancestors. But this is a physical thing, not a spiritual thing." I would start there with investigation for the DNA to have some sort of "calling" and/or "plasma electric" that is a bridge between the physical and spirtual/soul. IMO I would not rule it out. "When our children die and the
Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
debraregypt
Jason Gregory wrote: > Great insights form both of you here. What do you believe as > one elevates up the spiral and one who has been with you for > many lives, ceases to evolve, what happens in this instance? I call it stagnation. I am sure every soul has it's speed bumps. Whatever "soul' means. I really believe it's like ..water seeks it's own level….energy vibration seeks
Forum: Author of the Month
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