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Just curious
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not many on GLP, but some do. not much to discuss lately though, since her last article was posted over three months ago, I think we are all just waiting and seeing what will happen at this point...

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It felt as if the husband, Steffan, was writing a lot of her stuff. Put a lot of people off.
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Didn't the same thing happen with her previous husband, Dr. Chiappalone? Seems like the men glom onto her and then try to take over and re-state what she is saying in different ways
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It felt as if the husband, Steffan, was writing a lot of her stuff. Put a lot of people off.
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agree, much more emphasis on geopolitics and not much mention of the divine mother or spiritual concepts like xeeatwelve. Confusing that she (he?) said that humanity still had a chance to fight against darkness, and then when Gaddafi was killed, the last chance was lost! I still read all of her articles though, found them insightful and the gnostic perspective rings true to me.
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From Dr.Chiappalone Jan20th 2012



"I was contacted directly by an officer of the Stanthorpe Police Department last week. He wanted to know if I knew the whereabouts of Amitakh and Steffan Stanford.

I said I do not know their current whereabouts, and that I had not seen them for many , many months. The last time I saw them was early last year, driving along the highway as I was going home from work in the opposite direction.

As one would expect, he did not give me specific details of why they wish to question the Stanfords. But he did say the Police again had numerous complaints against them. Money was mentioned.

I assumed the Stanfords are still conning and scamming people. They appear unable to stop their criminality.

If you are in physical proximity to Amitakh, and you still believe her lies, do this simple exercise, but make sure she does not know what your intention is: atch her closely. Keep your eyes on her eyes. She will rarely make eye contact for long with anyone for good reason. But if you keep looking, you will soon see the reptilian eyes as she blinks. Just be patient and do not take your eyes off her eyes. That revelation will leave you in no doubt of her Reptilian evil nature.

Steffan is easy. He looks like a Reptile from 500 metres away.

If you have information for the Police and wish to contact them, their phone number is :
Australia 07 46816400. From overseas, the international code is 61.

Or you can write to The Officer -in-Charge, Stanthorpe Police Station, Stanthorpe
Queensland 4380, Australia

It is our duty to expose Evil in all its forms, wherever it may be. We would do the same with any criminal. That we know the Stanfords and their scamming history is all the more reason why they should be found and stopped by the appropriate authorities."
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Chiappalone has been posting unconfirmable, slanderous accusations of Amitakh for several years now, including that she is a murderer and provoked several of their friends to attempt/commit suicide. He presents no evidence for this and no one else apparently involved has ever confirmed these stories, we only have his word, so it is essentially up to you whom you decide to believe.

Amitakh explained her divorce from Chiappalone in an article in 2008, and has never mentioned him since. Chiappalone is still obsessively writing about Amitakh and insisting that they will be exposed to the public as evil frauds.

[link to xeeatwelve.net]

I believe Amitakh, and find Chiappalone's material to be excessively angry and juvenile in many ways.
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It also worth noting, that while Chiappalone claims Amitakh and Steffan are "up to their old tricks" and "scamming people", they have not been taking donations or selling books/products on their website since approximately 2007, and have continued to publish all of their articles (and a couple of full-length e-books) for free. Chiappalone, in contrast, is still hocking THIRTY-THREE (33) books on his website that he wrote in the '80s and '90s, for $8-$12 a piece. You can buy an eleven volume set of his poetry for $110, or a five volume set of his corny "conversations with God" for $50. Amitakh and Steffan's latest 186-page e-book, "Crisis #14" from 2010, is available as a free download from their website.

Chiappalone also recently claimed that Amitakh can "hardly speak English", which again is a juvenile and false claim; I have heard several recordings of Amitakh, and while she does speak with an Asian accent, she clearly has a strong, fluent grasp of the English language.
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Chiappalone has been posting unconfirmable, slanderous accusations of Amitakh for several years now, including that she is a murderer and provoked several of their friends to attempt/commit suicide. He presents no evidence for this and no one else apparently involved has ever confirmed these stories, we only have his word, so it is essentially up to you whom you decide to believe.

Amitakh explained her divorce from Chiappalone in an article in 2008, and has never mentioned him since. Chiappalone is still obsessively writing about Amitakh and insisting that they will be exposed to the public as evil frauds.

[link to xeeatwelve.net]

I believe Amitakh, and find Chiappalone's material to be excessively angry and juvenile in many ways.
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I would tend to agree, their are obvious reasons why he sounds like a wolf in sheeps clothing

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I can still feel the same light within Flying Buffaloes articles, but I find them more directed at "exposing" where as I found Xee A twelve to be the genuine article of positivity on the net
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not many on GLP, but some do. not much to discuss lately though, since her last article was posted over three months ago, I think we are all just waiting and seeing what will happen at this point...

hf
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Thank you,



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It also worth noting, that while Chiappalone claims Amitakh and Steffan are "up to their old tricks" and "scamming people", they have not been taking donations or selling books/products on their website since approximately 2007, and have continued to publish all of their articles (and a couple of full-length e-books) for free. Chiappalone, in contrast, is still hocking THIRTY-THREE (33) books on his website that he wrote in the '80s and '90s, for $8-$12 a piece. You can buy an eleven volume set of his poetry for $110, or a five volume set of his corny "conversations with God" for $50. Amitakh and Steffan's latest 186-page e-book, "Crisis #14" from 2010, is available as a free download from their website.

Chiappalone also recently claimed that Amitakh can "hardly speak English", which again is a juvenile and false claim; I have heard several recordings of Amitakh, and while she does speak with an Asian accent, she clearly has a strong, fluent grasp of the English language.
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Chippalone's an idiot lol

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not many on GLP, but some do. not much to discuss lately though, since her last article was posted over three months ago, I think we are all just waiting and seeing what will happen at this point...

hf
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Maybe they went home
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Thank you for al your responses, Truly
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Chiappalone has been posting unconfirmable, slanderous accusations of Amitakh for several years now, including that she is a murderer and provoked several of their friends to attempt/commit suicide. He presents no evidence for this and no one else apparently involved has ever confirmed these stories, we only have his word, so it is essentially up to you whom you decide to believe.

Amitakh explained her divorce from Chiappalone in an article in 2008, and has never mentioned him since. Chiappalone is still obsessively writing about Amitakh and insisting that they will be exposed to the public as evil frauds.

[link to xeeatwelve.net]

I believe Amitakh, and find Chiappalone's material to be excessively angry and juvenile in many ways.
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Chiappalone's stuff is at times angry. But it does make one wonder why. Is it due to a sense of injustice that he feels, that Amitakh has done the dirty on him? Played her cards right, with strategy or cunning arguably, and walked out of the disaster that their cult years were together, cashing in on the property. Setting herself up comfortably anew without Chiappalone, which became only baggage to her.

I dont think Chiappalone made up Amitakh's son's car accident. And it's interesting that we should find out about this only through Chiappalone. Where is the honesty? And if not on that matter, how do we know that the deaths of Bernley Naylor and his wife, did not come about in some way due to Amitakh's influence. It was portrayed as an accident. But it's not out of the question that it was a murder/suicide. Burnley taking the life of his wife, perhaps because she was seen to be evil, or it represented advancement of spiritual plans. It's a bit on the grubby side, but all is fair in love and war.
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Part of an email I received on the duo:

"Amitakh apparently had a nice property in Stanthorpe, as per the usual distribution of wealth among her adored cult members, and no doubt she has the same in the US, only a million miles away from her charming ex. She's done rather well I would have thought. People still gasp when she utters Al-Nakba, Al-Nakba or similar. And that's probably why Chiappalone is the one looking for vengeance.

And while Amitakh is born again, Chiappalone carries the credibility annhiliating burden of all the procephecies that backfired. You may have noticed on Chiappalone's site that he reported there's been precisely a "20% reduction" in time on the doomsday countdown clock - it's decended to complete farce.

There was a passage on Amitakh's daughter, Janice, talking of Amitakh's liking of the family of her husband because of their restaurant business, until that is, the family sold it and, if memory serves correctly, didn't leave an appropiate share for Janice. Something like that. Domestic voilence. Rather juicey. But it has been taken off unfortunately, perhaps at the request of Janice, or threat of legal action.

Chiappalone appears to be history already, and Amitakh seems well on the way. The nonsense they write will surely catch up with and eventually condemn them as just another case of deranged doomsday merchants biting the dust. Momentary abberations of insanity over the span of time whose benefit to future generations will only be as recycled atoms."
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Chiappalone has been posting unconfirmable, slanderous accusations of Amitakh for several years now, including that she is a murderer and provoked several of their friends to attempt/commit suicide. He presents no evidence for this and no one else apparently involved has ever confirmed these stories, we only have his word, so it is essentially up to you whom you decide to believe.

Amitakh explained her divorce from Chiappalone in an article in 2008, and has never mentioned him since. Chiappalone is still obsessively writing about Amitakh and insisting that they will be exposed to the public as evil frauds.

[link to xeeatwelve.net]

I believe Amitakh, and find Chiappalone's material to be excessively angry and juvenile in many ways.
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Chiappalone's stuff is at times angry. But it does make one wonder why. Is it due to a sense of injustice that he feels, that Amitakh has done the dirty on him? Played her cards right, with strategy or cunning arguably, and walked out of the disaster that their cult years were together, cashing in on the property. Setting herself up comfortably anew without Chiappalone, which became only baggage to her.

I dont think Chiappalone made up Amitakh's son's car accident. And it's interesting that we should find out about this only through Chiappalone. Where is the honesty? And if not on that matter, how do we know that the deaths of Bernley Naylor and his wife, did not come about in some way due to Amitakh's influence. It was portrayed as an accident. But it's not out of the question that it was a murder/suicide. Burnley taking the life of his wife, perhaps because she was seen to be evil, or it represented advancement of spiritual plans. It's a bit on the grubby side, but all is fair in love and war.
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Your comments are just opinion and speculation unfortunately, there is no proof beyond what Chiappalone has written on the issue, and his frankly childish and over-the-top accusations make much of what he has written about Amitakh questionable to say the least. Without confirmation from other parties involved, we do not even know if the events that Chiappalone describes actually happened.

I've also never seen any evidence that there is actually any sort of "cult" surrounding Amitakh, particularly now that she has moved to America, and as noted previously they have not been taking any donations online in the past 5 or so years. They have also never had a publicly posted email or contact address, so I'm not sure how they would be attracting donors or followers to assemble a "cult" now. Perhaps posting flyers on local co-op bulletin boards?

I remember your ID from the other thread now. I suspect the email you "quote" below is something you wrote yourself, or perhaps you are in communication with Joseph. In any case, your motive is clear.
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Chiappalone has been posting unconfirmable, slanderous accusations of Amitakh for several years now, including that she is a murderer and provoked several of their friends to attempt/commit suicide. He presents no evidence for this and no one else apparently involved has ever confirmed these stories, we only have his word, so it is essentially up to you whom you decide to believe.

Amitakh explained her divorce from Chiappalone in an article in 2008, and has never mentioned him since. Chiappalone is still obsessively writing about Amitakh and insisting that they will be exposed to the public as evil frauds.

[link to xeeatwelve.net]

I believe Amitakh, and find Chiappalone's material to be excessively angry and juvenile in many ways.
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Chiappalone's stuff is at times angry. But it does make one wonder why. Is it due to a sense of injustice that he feels, that Amitakh has done the dirty on him? Played her cards right, with strategy or cunning arguably, and walked out of the disaster that their cult years were together, cashing in on the property. Setting herself up comfortably anew without Chiappalone, which became only baggage to her.

I dont think Chiappalone made up Amitakh's son's car accident. And it's interesting that we should find out about this only through Chiappalone. Where is the honesty? And if not on that matter, how do we know that the deaths of Bernley Naylor and his wife, did not come about in some way due to Amitakh's influence. It was portrayed as an accident. But it's not out of the question that it was a murder/suicide. Burnley taking the life of his wife, perhaps because she was seen to be evil, or it represented advancement of spiritual plans. It's a bit on the grubby side, but all is fair in love and war.
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Your comments are just opinion and speculation unfortunately, there is no proof beyond what Chiappalone has written on the issue, and his frankly childish and over-the-top accusations make much of what he has written about Amitakh questionable to say the least. Without confirmation from other parties involved, we do not even know if the events that Chiappalone describes actually happened.

I've also never seen any evidence that there is actually any sort of "cult" surrounding Amitakh, particularly now that she has moved to America, and as noted previously they have not been taking any donations online in the past 5 or so years. They have also never had a publicly posted email or contact address, so I'm not sure how they would be attracting donors or followers to assemble a "cult" now. Perhaps posting flyers on local co-op bulletin boards?

I remember your ID from the other thread now. I suspect the email you "quote" below is something you wrote yourself, or perhaps you are in communication with Joseph. In any case, your motive is clear.
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So much evil, so little time
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Now is the time for us all to relax, things are getting better :)

'Although the times ahead are troubling and disturbing from a physical point of view, if we look beyond the physical, we can be comforted and strengthened in knowing that we will soon be liberated from Darkness and returning to our True Creator in a place of True Love, Joy, Purity, Beauty and Liberty.

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That Amitakh's son, Desmond, should attempt suicide might well have been due in part to a deliberate ignorance of the precious gift of youth. It’s so much easier to say how horrible your body is when it’s old and falling apart, how pointless life is when it’s already past you, and what a trap society is when you’re irrelevant to it.
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Chiappalone has been posting unconfirmable, slanderous accusations of Amitakh for several years now, including that she is a murderer and provoked several of their friends to attempt/commit suicide. He presents no evidence for this and no one else apparently involved has ever confirmed these stories, we only have his word, so it is essentially up to you whom you decide to believe.

Amitakh explained her divorce from Chiappalone in an article in 2008, and has never mentioned him since. Chiappalone is still obsessively writing about Amitakh and insisting that they will be exposed to the public as evil frauds.

[link to xeeatwelve.net]

I believe Amitakh, and find Chiappalone's material to be excessively angry and juvenile in many ways.
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Chiappalone's stuff is at times angry. But it does make one wonder why. Is it due to a sense of injustice that he feels, that Amitakh has done the dirty on him? Played her cards right, with strategy or cunning arguably, and walked out of the disaster that their cult years were together, cashing in on the property. Setting herself up comfortably anew without Chiappalone, which became only baggage to her.

I dont think Chiappalone made up Amitakh's son's car accident. And it's interesting that we should find out about this only through Chiappalone. Where is the honesty? And if not on that matter, how do we know that the deaths of Bernley Naylor and his wife, did not come about in some way due to Amitakh's influence. It was portrayed as an accident. But it's not out of the question that it was a murder/suicide. Burnley taking the life of his wife, perhaps because she was seen to be evil, or it represented advancement of spiritual plans. It's a bit on the grubby side, but all is fair in love and war.
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+1

Just who do you believe when BOTH sides are considered 'damaged goods'?
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That Amitakh's son, Desmond, should attempt suicide might well have been due in part to a deliberate ignorance of the precious gift of youth. It’s so much easier to say how horrible your body is when it’s old and falling apart, how pointless life is when it’s already past you, and what a trap society is when you’re irrelevant to it.
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jerkit
Why don't you write another article about it in your blog that nobody reads?
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Chiappalone has been posting unconfirmable, slanderous accusations of Amitakh for several years now, including that she is a murderer and provoked several of their friends to attempt/commit suicide. He presents no evidence for this and no one else apparently involved has ever confirmed these stories, we only have his word, so it is essentially up to you whom you decide to believe.

Amitakh explained her divorce from Chiappalone in an article in 2008, and has never mentioned him since. Chiappalone is still obsessively writing about Amitakh and insisting that they will be exposed to the public as evil frauds.

[link to xeeatwelve.net]

I believe Amitakh, and find Chiappalone's material to be excessively angry and juvenile in many ways.
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Chiappalone's stuff is at times angry. But it does make one wonder why. Is it due to a sense of injustice that he feels, that Amitakh has done the dirty on him? Played her cards right, with strategy or cunning arguably, and walked out of the disaster that their cult years were together, cashing in on the property. Setting herself up comfortably anew without Chiappalone, which became only baggage to her.

I dont think Chiappalone made up Amitakh's son's car accident. And it's interesting that we should find out about this only through Chiappalone. Where is the honesty? And if not on that matter, how do we know that the deaths of Bernley Naylor and his wife, did not come about in some way due to Amitakh's influence. It was portrayed as an accident. But it's not out of the question that it was a murder/suicide. Burnley taking the life of his wife, perhaps because she was seen to be evil, or it represented advancement of spiritual plans. It's a bit on the grubby side, but all is fair in love and war.
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+1

Just who do you believe when BOTH sides are considered 'damaged goods'?
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When you see by rough analogy, Jesus and Mother Teresa trying to rip each other to pieces, tooth and nail, barely restrained by the law, one cannot help but be amused. That says rather a lot about both Chiappalone and Stanford, regardless of who is the more believable. As supposed gods, effectively claiming to be much superior to everyone else, or even merely as decent human beings, you'd imagine they'd be engaged with better things.

What Chiappalone writes is no doubt coloured in parts as it's intended to inflict as much harm on Amitakh as possible - a retaliation that he believes is justified. But much of the substance of it seems very plausible, given all the evidence.

And where does Stanford challenge his claims? She will go through the Bible ad nausem indicating which parts she believes are false, but not of the very strong public accusations made against her, on various fronts, by a man who has been closer to her than her own shadow for 10 years or more. Does this leave doubt as to the integrity of Stanford's multiple-personality character? Yes it does.
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Meanwhile, deferring from the wretched doomsday wishers back to the land of the living:

GJ 667Cc: fourth planet that could support life found *

"The detection of this planet, this nearby and this soon, implies that our galaxy must be teeming with billions of potentially habitable rocky planets.

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The heart knows the way. That's where the pseudo "fan club" falls short.
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Didn't the same thing happen with her previous husband, Dr. Chiappalone? Seems like the men glom onto her and then try to take over and re-state what she is saying in different ways
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The heart knows the way. That's where the pseudo "fan club" falls short.
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And you would also say that the passionate followers, guided by their hearts, of televangelists, who are not infrequently found to be corrupt scammers or thereabouts, found "the way"? Or those who had chosen with full heart to be part of one of the many cults throughout history whose repeated prophecies of the end of the world failed utterly, found "the way"?

'Hearts' in humans have been found to have an inclination towards the religious, the belief in the existence of god in one shape or another, ever since we developed from chimpanzees. Some even believe that inanimate objects have some great spiritual power. Harry Potter leaves no doubt as to it being otherwise. This inclination probably arose out of a need to explain the world around us - if crops failed it was because the gods were angry. But back then, there was no better explanation. Today much more is known about the universe, and you have to ask, does the modern Homosapien still need to wholely succumb, as their hearts may lead them, to the warm fuzzy feeling and comforting sense of meaning and purpose that, to some, belief in the supernatural seems to provide.

By all means, believe in a god if you must. One cannot really say there is no god with any more certainty than there is one. But knowing where hearts have lead people in the past, how the hunger for a believed supernatural connection can lead to an insatiable and destructive addiction, you'd want to be careful how far into the world of fantasy it leads you. Stanford’s writings are few too many steps in that direction.
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Didn't the same thing happen with her previous husband, Dr. Chiappalone? Seems like the men glom onto her and then try to take over and re-state what she is saying in different ways
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Or the same way. No doubt some of Chiappalone's failed prophecies for which Chiappalone has copped all the flak, were Stanford's. Further, Stanford would seem unlikely to be the type of person not to have some independence of mind, unlike many of her followers, and it was more likely a case not of being stuck with the mad ideas of Chiappalone for 10 or more years, (as though, in recent news, an intern being taken advantage of by JFK) but of choosing to be with him for that long period of time, and being part of the show, the now failed prophecies, and all the other stuff they came out with.
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Re: Does anyone still follow Amitakh Stanford?
The heart knows the way. That's where the pseudo "fan club" falls short.
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And you would also say that the passionate followers, guided by their hearts, of televangelists, who are not infrequently found to be corrupt scammers or thereabouts, found "the way"? Or those who had chosen with full heart to be part of one of the many cults throughout history whose repeated prophecies of the end of the world failed utterly, found "the way"?

'Hearts' in humans have been found to have an inclination towards the religious, the belief in the existence of god in one shape or another, ever since we developed from chimpanzees. Some even believe that inanimate objects have some great spiritual power. Harry Potter leaves no doubt as to it being otherwise. This inclination probably arose out of a need to explain the world around us - if crops failed it was because the gods were angry. But back then, there was no better explanation. Today much more is known about the universe, and you have to ask, does the modern Homosapien still need to wholely succumb, as their hearts may lead them, to the warm fuzzy feeling and comforting sense of meaning and purpose that, to some, belief in the supernatural seems to provide.

By all means, believe in a god if you must. One cannot really say there is no god with any more certainty than there is one. But knowing where hearts have lead people in the past, how the hunger for a believed supernatural connection can lead to an insatiable and destructive addiction, you'd want to be careful how far into the world of fantasy it leads you. Stanford’s writings are few too many steps in that direction.
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By all means, it's about understanding what will happen and why.
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The heart knows the way. That's where the pseudo "fan club" falls short.
 Quoting: Richard S. 10161328


And you would also say that the passionate followers, guided by their hearts, of televangelists, who are not infrequently found to be corrupt scammers or thereabouts, found "the way"? Or those who had chosen with full heart to be part of one of the many cults throughout history whose repeated prophecies of the end of the world failed utterly, found "the way"?

'Hearts' in humans have been found to have an inclination towards the religious, the belief in the existence of god in one shape or another, ever since we developed from chimpanzees. Some even believe that inanimate objects have some great spiritual power. Harry Potter leaves no doubt as to it being otherwise. This inclination probably arose out of a need to explain the world around us - if crops failed it was because the gods were angry. But back then, there was no better explanation. Today much more is known about the universe, and you have to ask, does the modern Homosapien still need to wholely succumb, as their hearts may lead them, to the warm fuzzy feeling and comforting sense of meaning and purpose that, to some, belief in the supernatural seems to provide.

By all means, believe in a god if you must. One cannot really say there is no god with any more certainty than there is one. But knowing where hearts have lead people in the past, how the hunger for a believed supernatural connection can lead to an insatiable and destructive addiction, you'd want to be careful how far into the world of fantasy it leads you. Stanford’s writings are few too many steps in that direction.
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By all means, say what you will. It's not a world of fantasy

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