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    Well I read about one paragraph and my brain packed it's bags and left for cornwall.

    I definitely agree that we dont yet truely know what started everything, it's why it has been hypothesized that in the future everyone will philosophically subscribe to a form of mystic agnosticism, but this is just speculation.

    But fun speculation nonetheless. What is certain is that if you follow everything back to the big bang, then there is still a series of questions to be followed back from that.
    'One of (Lucas) Cranach's masterpieces, discussed by (Joseph) Koerner, is in it's self-referentiality the perfect expression of left-hemisphere emptiness and a precursor of post-modernism. There is no longer anything to point to beyond, nothing Other, so it points pointlessly to itself.' - Iain McGilChrist

    Suppose a tree fell down, Pooh, when we were underneath it?"
    "Suppose it didn't," said Pooh, after careful thought.
    Piglet was comforted by this.
    - A.A. Milne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    I believe in aliens, not in greys and all these stupid creatures promoted by our society (they are just biological robots that belong to the fallen angels and Lucifer), but some super civilizations that are at a completely other level of evolution, consciousness and so on impossible for us to imagine. They don’t live on planets but in other dimensions. Essentially we are in the middle of an extraterrestrial civilization which has been split into pieces hundreds of thousands of years ago. The leader of this civilization is Yahweh, our God. A quarter of the angels were cast out from the Heavens because they wanted under the direction of Lucifer to also become Gods, and came to planets like Earth to develop their own view about existence. They accelerate the evolution of man through genetic engineering programs. The reason is for our souls. Yahweh created on our planet only one program, the Jews. All the other programs were created by the fallen angels from the Mayans to the Babylonians and so on. The most important law in all the ancient sacred manuscripts was the law of non-hybridization, to maintain the purity of the race. It’s a very long story with the cycles of civilizations. A cycle lasts from Genesis to Apocalypse. Our existence is connected with the decoding of the ancient sacred manuscripts of Yahweh.
    This is based on no evidence whatsoever and flies in the face of reason, quite like mbti itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    This is based on no evidence whatsoever and flies in the face of reason, quite like mbti itself.
    This is an MBTI website and if you do not like the theory I am ammused by your presence here! Well I guess it is good for social networking regardless of MBTI.

    Keep in mind these are just theories. It could be at least partially wrong I admit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    This is an MBTI website and if you do not like the theory I am ammused by your presence here! Well I guess it is good for social networking regardless of MBTI.

    Keep in mind these are just theories. It could be at least partially wrong I admit.
    This is a typology site rather than an mbti site. And I was invited here by Geoff who told me this was a tolerant and well run site, and it is, but I knew nothing of mbti, and was shocked when I discovered mbti had the same truth value as astrology but was used by the miltary to control recruits and by business to control employees.

    When I go into a bar and someone asks for my star sign, I know they are trying to pick me up. Well, mbti is astrology for the college educated.

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    If we study astronomy rather than astrology, we discover the speed of light is so slow in relation to the size of the universe and our short span of years, that from our perspective, the universe is set in concrete.

    And so the Galactic Civilization is a fantasy, quite like mbti, rather than science fiction.

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    Life is the great miracle and the great mystery. On our epic quest to be placed beside the Creator and fulfill our ultimate destiny, we must begin with our very earliest origins, from the genesis of man till he becomes one with the divine. In religion we are taught the beginning of our current genetic program began with Adam and Eve at the Garden of Eden. It is here that the great saga of our existence begins to unfold. Where is the missing link from evolution to the creation of man at the Garden of Eden?

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    It was at the Garden of Eden that man obtained the wisdom to discern between good and evil, thereby liberating our species from the shackles of our primitive ancestors. It seems evolution was an instrument in the grand design of God to generate the diverse grandeur of life that we behold today. The fossil record unquestionably indicates humans evolved from apes to cavemen to the modern man. Fossil records also indicate cavemen walked the Earth prior to the Garden of Eden, which originated around 10,000 B.C. The Garden of Eden was the turning point from monkey to man of God. Genesis states that man came from dust, which seemingly correlates with evolution. However, at the Garden of Eden God breathed life into the dust of man, and so we make a critical leap from crude matter to luminous beings with the essence of a soul. After partaking of the forbidden fruit, our eyes are opened to knowledge, including knowledge of evil, of the dark side of existence from which the light is discerned. Because knowledge has a dual nature, all things, good and evil, must manifest for us to see by the light of knowledge, and so by eating the forbidden fruit and opening our eyes to knowledge, evil, pain, and suffering are spawned into the world. Knowledge also gives us control over the living Force of Creation, bending it in accordance with willpower. It is this willpower that Satan used to try and overthrow God, which of course failed miserably. He wanted us to immerse ourselves in dark knowledge so we can suffer its natural side effect of evil and also so we become more like God, and hence think we can depend less on him. Even though knowledge has a dark and evil side, it also has a good side of light, life, and love. It is because of this side of knowledge that at the Garden of Eden the cold and starless night of the caveman waned and the swift sunrise of the luminescent light of the man of God dawned. The artistic, scientific, and philosophical mastery we have achieved today derives its origins from the Garden of Eden. So now that we have the scientific power of knowledge, will we use it for virtue or vice?

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