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Message Subject John Lear is wrong about Christ (much as I like him) :)
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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OH seriously??? Egypt dropped down pretty much out of nowhere.

So you think a god stretched down his hands and formed man from clay?

I have had spiritual experiences and known Christ, but I do NOT believe the fairy tale version of Genesis.

Do you honestly believe Yaweh was the highest god?

What did Adam and Eve do that was so wrong? It wasn't sex, because they hadn't 'know' each other yet.

I no longer see a difference between science and spirituality. The two WILL merge when the grand portal is discovered.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12042051

Nope. I personally tend to think God sang us into existence and that we are involved in a Divine ongoing song called life... it is a permeable elastic poem of infinite potential and co-creative possibilities, in order that we can express our free will to the greatest potential within it that we can imagine... even more so... it is too profound to truly comprehend, but the amazing part is, we think we can, even to the point of denying the songs, the poems and God...

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22070412

That's a beautiful to express it, but you are not taking into account the 'falls' or the lowering of vibration to lower dimensions.

Well, live and let live, but I wouldn't discount the extra-terrestrial theory. I believe in the 'Wingmakers'.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12042051

I believe in one Creator... and Jesus Christ...

wingmakers I am still assessing... I need to talk to Preston Nichols... but I tend to put them in the "ascended masters" deception category...

have you honestly looked at the list I posted at the beginning of this thread? I give some crib notes on some of the vids and you might want to check out 1) Shroud of Turin (there are actually two vids worth watching on this) 2) Walter Veith, former Evolutionist turned Creationist... he tought at a school of over 45,000 students and had access to one of the best libraries on evolution in the world...

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22070412

NO, I honestly am not, because I have my own theories.

Creationism is fine for idealists and their belief in an indifferent god that allows human suffering and degradation on a globla scale.

You speak of a loving god, and yes that consciousness is, but it's been thousands of years of de-evolution on the spiritual ladder. Man has not evolved to the level of the golden age of eons ago and that golden age is what ALL religions originate.

Actually, I don't know what point you are trying to make. So, you do believe in alien life forms, but believe there was no biogenetic intereference in the human species?

You discount the numerous ancient gold mines in and around Africa and that we all 'came out' of Africa through Mitochondrial Eve? I tend to look upon the numerous fossils in that area as rejects from a scientific bio-engineering process in search of the perfect worker species.

You dicount the Epic of Gilgamesh and the Enuma Elish also?
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