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Where are we going this next century? Where are we headed in the next millenium? Are we a society that gives to the poor, or one that takes all a man has and asks for more? Are we self sufficient energy wise? Are we, as many other times have shown, headed for a cultural revolution, or are we headed for a bloody apocalypse? Theory: 3 of the 4 bible gospels came from the same document, written by the only historian of the time of jesus (supposed) life, to write about him. Not even one of the 30+ middle eastern northern african or southern european historians who lived and recorded that time period mentions jesus. And this one who did, Josephus, who wrote the gospel which became matthew, mark and luke, was a fraud in many other instances. Both the gospel of John and the Book of Revelations were gnostic texts, written by the mystical sect of christianity which was outlawed at the 2nd council of nicea in around 600AD

Most religious ideology is just that, a moral ideology, or cultural way of experiencing and interacting with life. True spirituality, however, is under holocaust right now, by the force of mass media and instantanious gratification. In the most human populated areas empathy is practically non-existant in any useful way, and sympathy is given to false idols like the psycho Brittney Spears. So I guess the gnostic prophecies were at least somewhat correct about the time when knowldge speeds up. You know if we spent half as much on feeding all the hungry and housing all the poor, as we do on war, we would have an understood peace, and within two generations we could begin to spend eternity exploring this multiverse as one people, forever!

"If the America people ever allow private banks to control the issuance of their currencies, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all their prosperity until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered." ~Thomas Jefforson

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The following comments are for "Based on Theory"
by roach

re: Dagger
You saw sagacious Solomon.
You know what came of him.
To him complexities seemed plain.
He cursed the hour that gave birth to him.
And saw that everything was vain.
How great and wise was Solomon.
The world, however, didn't wait.
But soon observed what followed on.
It's wisdom that had brought him to that state.
How fortunate the man with none.
-Bertolt Brecht

( Posted by: Beckett Grey [Member] On: March 12, 2009 )

Well said, Beckett Grey!
Glad I am far from being one of them Solomon types;-)

Interesting rant, Roach, glad to see you here;-)

With ALL love,

( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: March 12, 2009 )

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