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Listening to Al Bielek, he seems to believe that "aliens" do exist and he was taken to "alpha cantauri" to deal with a group of mafia-type humanoid aliens... they sound suspiciously like darth vader--humanss with machines to keep them alive...

this group is one of the main power brokers on the planet behind the scenes... with infinite resources... at this level of control money is just a contrivance for control and I am starting to believe the entire science of economics which I was schooled in is just rubbish...

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Adam Smith free-market economics appears to have been a front to get us towards a one-world govt. technocracy...
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There appear to be different power brokers in some kind of "principality" created by loop-holes in free-will expression granted by God...
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So who are the "Wingmakers?"

Just another side of the luciferian deception a little better than the darker side of these principalities?

Or, somehow connected to the divine?

If they are stuck in 3-d technocracy, my guess is the former.

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Beekeeping

As an organic beekeeper, one thing you hardly hear about bee decline is that most beekeepers are taking the honey from the hives and feeding the bees sugar or worse, corn syrup...

try living on sugar for a few months and see if you don't "decline" or just die off... :)

Orchards should cultivate their own bees... they fly 5 mile radius for forage, so I can't imagine this is not feasible...

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Beekeeping

As an organic beekeeper, I want my hives to be pretty full of honey by fall... I may harvest a few frames during the summer or at the end of the season...

the lion's share goes to the bees to over-winter--this is only because I live in a cold climate with long winters...

An analogy to God's plan seems apt, and may be why masons revere the bee... and the bee has been very revered since the time of the pharoahs... through the merovingian kings, to the founding fathers of America...

See Andrew Gough for more on the esoteric aspect of beekeeping... honey is a miraculous substance: it never goes bad, has been known to store seeds for thousands of years, has many anti-bacterial properties, can help heal wounds, is very nutrient dense, is derived under many sacred geometrical principles (hexagon comb, flower geometry)...

Many of the products bees produce is advantageous to humans--the vatican requires their candles to be part bees wax... Alexander the Great was transported encased in honey upon his death, back to Greece...

You may find artists and others covering themselves in bees for effect, but the real challege is to tend bees without protection... their is undoubtedly a spiritual component to tending bees... they seem somehow closer to God than most... they are truly in service to others while maintaining themselves and flourishing...

Oh, to be a bee!

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Beekeeping

God's design seems to allow for many to flourish, but not all to be saved... He gives us free will and the intellect to percieve His presence, but the rest He usually leaves up to us...

Some do seem to recieve a little help... an intervention. There are many examples of this in the NDE experiencers... some of them were not particularly believers and some were actually atheists... it does not seem fair that they should get special attention from the Divine...

In talking to my friend who is an atheist, he seems to want to have his own supernatural experience before he will consider believing in a God. He is a gifted artist and has a love for life: cooking, partying, hiking, diving... and has no trouble appreciating beauty... and the beauty of God's design is all around him... in fact, he revels in it and relishes the beauty around him... yet, much as he sees an intelligence to the design of this life, he remains an atheist...

I think part of this is how he was raised and that he has demonic attachments that make him quite cynical when it comes to the topic of God... too much unfairness, he might argue... his demon has swayed him with the ugliness present in life... which we humans have created with out free will, albeit influenced by the supernatural... Hannibal was guided by an "angel" and visions of a snake leading him on... an example typifying this, to me...

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Beekeeping

I can see that to raise the healthiest bees and the best honey, I can only harvest a small percentage of the honey my bees produce... bees come and go, working themselves to death, and yet we eat honey as if it is just another sweetener... every spoonful of honey represents the effort and lives of bees... yet we toss it on our cereal or in tea and never think of the lives lost creating this substance...

and yet we expect God, the supreme Creator, to value each of our lives... because we have a consciousness, we place value on ourselves... because we self-reflect, rather than mindlessly making honey, we feel we should be valued.... and how dare there be a God who might not...

Interesting that the distinction is the consciousness... the ability to reflect... how many humans are living unexamined lives? How many live as if the only importance is the herd mentality of the most recent tv shows, the moments of self-gratification drinking booze or smoking herb, womanizing, dating, shopping or eating our favorite foods? Never caring nor considering that this mindless activity might have no value to the Divine?

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Beekeeping

I said "with out" back a bit when I obviously meant "with our" free will...

One time one of my hives began a raid on another hive... the hive being raided was a bit difficult... well, actually, they tried to kill me! yup, the whole hive would have stung me to death if they could have...

so when I saw them getting raided I decided to see what would happen... I could have stepped in, closed down both hives, smoked them, covered the hive under attack, etc...

But, I didn't. :) I let things take their course and lost that hive... I payed $100 for them... but I was not really interested in perpetuating that hive. better to have gentle bees... ironically, the hive attacking them were general very productive and gentle... and because they flourished collectively, they were able to take over the other hive...

In some ways I might have represented the supernatural in this situation... I had placed the hive that was attacked near the flight path of the hive attacking... and I could have intervened and spared thousands of bees... I did love those bees and valued them, but I also knew that they might not be the best hive to split from... and, I was curious to see what would happen...

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Beekeeping

My atheist friend wants his own supernatural experience serendipitously... he won't even bother to exercise his free will and ask God for understanding or even a sign... It might be too painful if God does not oblige...

there must be some aspect of faith that is energetically desriable to God...

yet some he has historically intervened with... he even uses the negative and light aspects in the luciferian deception to do this, IMO, through ET abductions and historic interventions...

or he sends his angels to intervene...

this would be like me tending my bee hive... God has blessed us all with awareness and sensitivity enough to realize His presence... the rest is usually up to us...

For myself, I was raised with a Christian background, but could have easily fallen away... but I prayed for understanding once I logically concluded that there might be a God and the answers just kept rolling in...

imagine a hive that is a good producer, makes a good effort... the beekeeper might make an extra effort for that hive... unless part of his plan does not call for it...

At the end of the day, we have to accept God's will above our own desires...

An interesting exception to this is Jesus Christ, who repeatedly exhorts his disciples to ask for anything in his name and we will recieve it...

Is this why there is such a strong attept to discredit Jesus Christ in the new age culture? Our own doubts undermine us and disempower us from our true purpose...

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It is interesting that we can witness such ferocity in nature as a shark attack or a lion taking prey and yet question how there can be a God who allows cruelty in the world... there seems to be a ferocious aspect to the Divine that is probably connected to the awe and amazement of the profundity of creation... yet we expect God to be less dynamic than His creation...

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Lear is U.S. Military-issue booga booga. F that nazi turd
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roflmao,the bible is metaphors,the characters didn't exist in the flesh...no human remains have ever been found of the kings,queens,prophets,priests,etc or even the roman Caesars...the lies are bigger than ya think..
How unfortunate for some rulers when men,women,and children continue to think... Keep repeating the lies loud enough and long enough and just maybe the people will start to believe the lies again and good luck with that...finding your energy open until mars becomes raging aries...
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Lear is U.S. Military-issue booga booga. F that nazi turd
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Like I have already said: I find John Lear entertaining and good-natured... and I find his take on things to be thought-provoking and useful... it has helped me in my quest for knowledge, along with many of the other "booga boogas"...

he appears to me to be more kind-hearted, flexible and open-minded than many of his critics... what does that say?

It is my essential critique of the booga boogas that has logically brought me back to a Christ-centered understanding...

thanks John, et al!

:)
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roflmao,the bible is metaphors,the characters didn't exist in the flesh...no human remains have ever been found of the kings,queens,prophets,priests,etc or even the roman Caesars...the lies are bigger than ya think..
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Well, you need to read my thread to see how I have arrived at this position.

For one, I tend to distrust "history"... it is, after all, written by the "winners"...

no less than Napoleon admitted this and implied that history was fiction...

I go with "boots on the ground" contemporary testimonies from many of the people on my list... they seem more credible and sincere than the people selling the new age, pseudo-historical and pseudo-scientific understanding... I have looked through a lot of this material and usually there is a major problem, such as rothschild funding, secret society connection or obvious lies once you scratch the surface...

yet, most supposed truth seekers fail to look at the evidence in support of Christ... and appear to have a bias they cannot admit to... this looks to me suspiciously like a form of mind-control... it runs deep, IMO, so much so people are blind to their own biases...

:)
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roflmao,the bible is metaphors,the characters didn't exist in the flesh...no human remains have ever been found of the kings,queens,prophets,priests,etc or even the roman Caesars...the lies are bigger than ya think..
 Quoting: T Ceti H.C. Radnarg


I am not saying that there is not any truth to the occult and esoteric knowledge in the new age and/or pagan traditions... for that matter, I find a lot of beauty in those traditions...

but if you read my thread you see that I consider it to be no different than cutting an apple in half and realizing the importance of a five-pointed star... it seem more likely that it is God's design, not the magicians,' to use the language of numerology, geometry and astronomy for creation... and the occult are often manipulating this for self-gain at their peril, IMO... I do not judge them or say they shouldn't be allowed to do it... why should anyone? but, I suspect God will...

We all are given free will and intelligence to see the profundity and intelligence of the creation we are in... It seems likely that God manages this for the best possible harvest... and self-interested people will be last...

:)
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Discovering I am Jewish

Last year my sister told me our mother is actually a German Jew. At first I thought she was nuts, since my family did not leave nazi Germany... how could they have stayed...

but then she told me the names of our immediate ancestors and they were obviously Jewish...

It is also not surprising when I think of my mother--she has the look of a jew and acts classically jewish in many ways, though I am not sure about these types of stereo-types and I don't even mean it in a pejorative way... she is more of a 60s hippy hipster nerd who worked for some of the largest corporations as a systems analyst, making those main frames work on time, than typically anything... but isn't that also typically jewish, in some ways? :)

and of course she didn't tell us growing up... she is a funny bird, my mother... shadow people, Jewish parents... I wonder what else she hasn't told us? We'll never know! :)
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As they say: "the flesh is weak"

I needed proofs! I do feel bad about that a little, but I think others may be in the same boat...

So maybe God is just using me to give people another path to truth??

it may also be helpful for Christ followers to know about this stuff, as I would not have listened to anyone who said all they needed was faith!

Now you have some stats, yo...

Peace to you, bro!
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The really cool thing is God invites people to search for Him ("You will find Me when you search for Me with all your heart..."), and He is not intimidated by such. ANyone who claims to be a christian but is insulted by anyone questioning their faith, and not believing until they have done their own research really doens't understand that it doesn't insult GOD!
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German Jew

Often I would be walking in NYC or on a subway and a rabbi would come up to me and talk to me as if I was Jewish... I always looked at them like they were crazy... being German and knowing my grandfather fought on the Russian front for the nazis, I always thought it couldn't be further from the truth!

Those rabbis knew something I didn't... and stereo-types might just have a vibrational component they were picking up on... I do like Jewish people--their sense of family, humor and intellect... but then I like most people...

I even like people who don't like me--I always see something good in people... especially if they don't like me... often I feel guilty when someone doesn't like me... like there is always something I could have done better or there is something about the person that they cannot help but dislike someone like me... an insecurity, maybe because I am tall or good-looking or male... I never take it personally if someone doesn't like me, but I do consider it might have something to do with the system created by getting to know the person... it seems to me a lot of the time some people just don't go well together, but that is no reason for me to dislike them...

now i often think that supernatural influences are impacting people... demonic spirits are everywhere and feeding on our insecurities and imperfections... we are in a constant battle to maintain love and compassion with our free will against these forces... this is God's design... and we must prove ourselves...

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German Jew

When it finally sunk in that I was jewish, something else occurred to me...

I have read that the nazis were funded by jewish bankers who funded both sides of ww2... and I have also read red cross reports that the germans did not really kill 6 million jews... and most of the jews who were killed were probably killed because the German infrastructure had collapsed and they could hardly feed themselves, let alone the people in concentration camps...

there were more non-jews in the camps than jews... and the 6 million figure probably had more to do with Biblical prophesy than reality... just as the formation of Israel seems to... Jesus is supposed to bring God's Kingdom to Mt. Zion... satan appears to want to get there first, yet it seems like he is being used by God towards Biblical prophesy...

another thing that occurred to me is that I have read that some of the most radical ss were jewish... and perhaps my ancestry was somehow connected to the ss and the occult within Germany... hence, the door for shadow people had been opened...

lots of fun thoughts...

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Principalities

Thinking about all the galaxies and all the stars and all the planets...

This seems like the header for Principalities in the Bible...

Why we wrestle against them??

It seems like we do not wrestle with all of them...

Only the ones who do not live with love for the Creator and for their fellow sentient beings...

The ones who live by basic Christ values would not interfere here, out of respect for the divine...

unless their was a legal spiritual reason...

I suspect we do not know all the levels of creation... The Bible is designed to give us a blue-print, but cannot possibly contain all the information of the universe...
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I like your discussion thread. I confess I have not read all the pages (!), but comment when it seems to strike a chord with me.

One point to make about creation/universe and the Bible. I believe there is MUCH more we do not know....don't need to know - at least not now. I believe our Bible is simply a blue-print FOR US, for human beings on planet earth. It is all we need to get us through this life....we didn't need to know about other star systems/universes, other beings.

In time, when we re-unite with Christ in the heavenlies, ALL will be revealed to us.

I'm looking forward to it.
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Principalities

It seems likely that we live in an electric universe--youtube this.

It also seems likely that Black Holes are a fiction of contemporary science...

Einstein was nothing next to Tesla... which is why we are taught about what a genius Einstein was, but ask any engineer what they know about Tesla... not much...

This is a repeated pattern... in every field...

Quantum Physics requires a vacuum and limitations that do not exist...

They invent particles to explain away the flaws in their theories...

Is this how the "principalities" get around the cosmic laws that we appear to live by? By making them up within their own free-will experience and consciousness?

Perhaps, just as I was able to figure out how to heal myself from apparently irreparable symptoms, the "principalities" have found ways to live for many many years, even indefinitely...

and thereby, certain technological things, as well...
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The original quote is, "We wrestle not against flesh, but against principalities and powers in high places...."

To me, meaning our struggles aren't against human beings, but those "principalities" or spiritual beings doing satan's bidding against GOd's perfect design. Principalities - being spiritual ideas which run counter to God's principalities.

Satan does not "get around" cosmic laws, he LIES TO US about what they are, and how it harms us to try to circumvent them!
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The New England Prep

It could be because I have been completely brain-washed by my upbringing in New England, but of all the types of people I have met in the world, one of my favorite types is the New England Prep... I say this as someone basically on the bohemian-eccentric end of the spectrum... I would like to be more refined and prep than I am, but I do not naturally fit into any caste very easily...

but I like how the people with money do not always look like they have money--they often drive American cars or old Subarus... they dress simply but conservatively--khakis and button-down oxford, plain-colored shirts--and often have a flair for the eccentric, such as a belt with whales on it or brightly colored socks...

there is a gentility in their manners and an appreciation for refinement, yet they are more laid-back than someone from the same caste in Europe... but not so relaxed they appear flimsy and unreliable, like people in California... I like Cali folk, but never felt comfortable there with their pseudo-liberalism and their wobbly new age back-bones... New England seems to have the right balance of pragmatism, conservatism and it used to seem like it had a lot more common sense...

the times we are in seem to be straining everyone... so if I did a quick survey of the land, I would probably still choose New England over anywhere else... I think having four distinct seasons also affects the mentality of people for the better... and cold weather probably keeps people a bit more honest and hard-working...

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Principalities

Thinking about all the galaxies and all the stars and all the planets...

This seems like the header for Principalities in the Bible...

Why we wrestle against them??

It seems like we do not wrestle with all of them...

Only the ones who do not live with love for the Creator and for their fellow sentient beings...

The ones who live by basic Christ values would not interfere here, out of respect for the divine...

unless their was a legal spiritual reason...

I suspect we do not know all the levels of creation... The Bible is designed to give us a blue-print, but cannot possibly contain all the information of the universe...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4616787


I like your discussion thread. I confess I have not read all the pages (!), but comment when it seems to strike a chord with me.

One point to make about creation/universe and the Bible. I believe there is MUCH more we do not know....don't need to know - at least not now. I believe our Bible is simply a blue-print FOR US, for human beings on planet earth. It is all we need to get us through this life....we didn't need to know about other star systems/universes, other beings.

In time, when we re-unite with Christ in the heavenlies, ALL will be revealed to us.

I'm looking forward to it.
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Thank you for dropping by... I concur with your sentiments entirely...

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Principalities

It seems likely that we live in an electric universe--youtube this.

It also seems likely that Black Holes are a fiction of contemporary science...

Einstein was nothing next to Tesla... which is why we are taught about what a genius Einstein was, but ask any engineer what they know about Tesla... not much...

This is a repeated pattern... in every field...

Quantum Physics requires a vacuum and limitations that do not exist...

They invent particles to explain away the flaws in their theories...

Is this how the "principalities" get around the cosmic laws that we appear to live by? By making them up within their own free-will experience and consciousness?

Perhaps, just as I was able to figure out how to heal myself from apparently irreparable symptoms, the "principalities" have found ways to live for many many years, even indefinitely...

and thereby, certain technological things, as well...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4616787


The original quote is, "We wrestle not against flesh, but against principalities and powers in high places...."

To me, meaning our struggles aren't against human beings, but those "principalities" or spiritual beings doing satan's bidding against GOd's perfect design. Principalities - being spiritual ideas which run counter to God's principalities.

Satan does not "get around" cosmic laws, he LIES TO US about what they are, and how it harms us to try to circumvent them!
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Thank you for the quote update--I have been meaning to look it up--what version of the Bible is that from? "Powers" is a nice add-on to what is going on... :)

speaking of which, I agree with you regarding satan and deception--much of my thread is addressing this, but I think the "principalities and powers" part is where some are getting hung up... actually, I know it is...

according to testimonies of people who deal with these phenomena, there appear to be physical ufo craft, in addition to just energy ships, and beings with reptilian and "alien" grey appearance who are reportedly working with aspects of our military... It is these beings I refer to as possibly "getting around" the spiritual laws, to some extent... though I think they are allowed by God to do this for his purpose of a greater harvest... and free will expression...

If you read my thread, you see that I am a survivor of 911 toxicity... I never thought to turn to God during this time... I simply figured out how to heal myself using everything from Tesla-coiled orgone generators to L. Ron Hubbard designed detoxing (NYDETOX.ORG) to a wide-assortment of super-foods ...

I liken my healing process to the occult use of God's plan to manipulate the supernatural for self-gain... yes, we can do it, but it is a path that is not intended by God as an end in itself... and should ideally not be used at all... a slippery slope...

it is a tricky balance, since the body is a temple and I simply used this technology for an over-haul... but it could easily have become an end in itself if I had not sought deeper understanding and been able to see through the programming of the new age, nwo, self-oriented culture... which is luciferian...

so in questioning why the principalities and powers exist, I suspect they are not necessarily all luciferian... at least in nature... perhaps they are under satan's domain, but there appear to be exceptions to this...

I could see that perhaps there are beings who have managed to live for a very long time under a different paradigm than our own... and free willed themselves into perpetual 3D, self-oriented existence that God allows... these beings exist and we as humans appear to have to deal with them as well...

The Bible is sufficient, but it does appear that a lot is left out when it talks of Nephilim and then moves along without more... I suspect this is so we don't get hung up on things most of us don't need to think about... that's why it seems like the New Testament is the best place to be on a daily basis...

Interesting that as Christ-centered people we are afforded some protection from the supernatural, according to the Bible and many of the testimonies on the list at the beginning of this thread... yet we do not typically see the protection physically... the game is a spiritual one... and the main thrust of my thread is the need to be aware of this and why...

Thread should be called: "John Lear is wrong about Christ" but I think God may be using me to reach people like me who have had seriously doubts and continue to do so... I want to reach real truth seekers... as that is how I view myself... I think the argument for Christ is compelling based just on the facts, arguments and testimonies presented on this thread...

It is a deep understanding and I suspect that is why there is so much silence... yet the tree still falls...

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As they say: "the flesh is weak"

I needed proofs! I do feel bad about that a little, but I think others may be in the same boat...

So maybe God is just using me to give people another path to truth??

it may also be helpful for Christ followers to know about this stuff, as I would not have listened to anyone who said all they needed was faith!

Now you have some stats, yo...

Peace to you, bro!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4616787


The really cool thing is God invites people to search for Him ("You will find Me when you search for Me with all your heart..."), and He is not intimidated by such. ANyone who claims to be a christian but is insulted by anyone questioning their faith, and not believing until they have done their own research really doens't understand that it doesn't insult GOD!
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Yes! and Amen, amen!

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cool thread OP. added to my favorites.
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cool thread OP. added to my favorites.
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Hi Salt!

Welcome... and thanks~!

I am having fun with it too...

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Time Travel

It is funny to me to think about how "woo woo" most people look when you mention the subject of time travel. It is probably one of those "hide in plain sight" deals...

This reality, upon thorough reflection, seems very flimsy. I don't mean this pejoratively. I mean, the God-given free will we have implies a lot more than just our five senses and the current paradigms. Just looking at the global pyramid system on the planet, from China to Bosnia to the Americas (even underground ones supposedly in Alaska)... you get a pretty good sense that things can take many different forms within the fractal sacred geometric design.

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Re: John Lear may be wrong about Christ
Time Travel

It seems likely that anything you can imagine is possible and may be real. Why is it that all the time travel people and spiritual people say that time does not really exist? It is probably a construct of the mind/soul interface and subject to radical change.

This is probably why black friends I have had despise the system and often call it "soul-less." It does not reflect their ideas of culture, beauty and the Divine. Someone like me, on the other-hand, who was raised in Eastern Establishment schools and have grown to like the charms of same, even while seeing the gross imperfections... tended to like the system for what it is. Humans are flexible and can learn to like almost anything, especially if they are raised from a young age within it.

People not from this background will likely think of some aspects of this culture that are marketed to them--I am thinking of Ralph Lauren--as being better than they actually are. The truth is, loving time spent with family and friends is the best this reality has to offer, no matter what culture you are from or how you dress or live. Adding a Christ-centered walk to this is the highest form of existence we can have.

So long as lucifer and demon spirits are in charge of challenging us in this reality, we will likely have a pyramidal-shaped, grossly unfair system, globally. It won't matter who is in charge, it will always look essentially the same. Another reason why time travel is essentially meaningless and should not be considered impossible. It is no more magical than money or tv.

God probably blessed America because it was the first place Jesus' teachings were able to be expressed to its fullest extent among the broadest reach of the creations He made in His image.

I have read that when we seek perversions or give in to negative emotions, it has a stench in the heavens that is very unpleasant. I suppose the opposite is true, if this is.

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