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19 years ago
Thirdwave
Milo :- With all due respect to your theories and beliefs, the Bible was NOT intended to be regarded as a mysterious web of mysteries and speculation. The Bible contains history, teaching, philosophy, prophecy and poetry . It also tells powerful parables for us to learn from. It is not, I believe, intended to be some kind of multi dimensional crossword puzzle . Nor is this unique Book, for m
Forum: Mysteries
19 years ago
Thirdwave
Sadly, Akane, I have to agree with Bradmandu's thinking. But, that's not to say that there may well be more to our past than we have so far discovered. Certainly we have no definite proof that it is 100 % certain that the text books have got it all correct, and maybe the likes of Graham Hancock may indeed be pointing to enough uncertainties to make us all think again - however distasteful that
Forum: Mysteries
19 years ago
Thirdwave
Geoff - All I say, regarding your views about conventional, Mainstream Archeologists is, "Hear Hear" ! - Well said ! It's about time that the likes of EuroGOOS and GOOS (Global Ocean Observing System ) finally got their act together and seriously investigated the now numerous underwater sites , instead of remaining silent or slinging often unfounded, unsubstantiated criticisms at Gr
Forum: Mysteries
19 years ago
Thirdwave
Be true to yourself, indeed, but, as I wrote many years ago:- "Be strong in yourself, Kind in good measure, Willing but firm in fairness" What will be dug up next ?
Forum: Mysteries
19 years ago
Thirdwave
But academic disciplines are sometimes restrained by the blinkers of conformity and the straight jacket of imposed reason. Any thesis is a bedfellow with both theory and conclusion - but conjecture, instinct and deduction should also have valid parts to play. After all, a coin has not two, but three surfaces.
Forum: Mysteries
19 years ago
Thirdwave
Stickler Can one ever make a really satisfactory distinction between Modern Mythology, wishful thinking and clear, deductive reasoning ? It seems to be that, thus far, this hasn't been in much evidence, judging by the sometimes heated differences between Scientists and Academics (-The new High Priests of the moderrn world ??), and those whom you wonder might be the Modern Mythologists ?
Forum: Mysteries
19 years ago
Thirdwave
Damian Indeed, yes, I certainly have wondered - wondered why we have a religious instinct, why we want to learn more of our origins, why we often instictively feel that some things learned and discovered by the select few for who knows what reasons are not always readily shared with the rest of us, and why we wish to confirm over and over again our suspicion that there are always more past facts
Forum: Mysteries
19 years ago
Thirdwave
Religion, of course ! T.
Forum: Mysteries
19 years ago
Thirdwave
Well, my friends, I seem to recall that Relision is Man-Made :- God is not !
Forum: Mysteries
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