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PostSubject: Re: Levitation & Translocation - Lessons in Basic Metaphsyics   Thu Feb 26, 2009 3:46 pm

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do you still want my respect, MM?

i know you do.

so prove that Satyr is wrong about you.

he is, isn't he?

There are two views.
We have freewill to choose either

The Universe is either
a vast random event
existing for no meaningful purpose

or a deliberated Creation
lightly spiced
with randomness
designed by a master architect
to service
entertain
and delight
infinite forms of consciousness

In this playground
some enjoy smashing down castles
others enjoy building them

I am a family man
I enjoy building
mostly by design
partly by surprise

Is satyr wrong about me?

Who is to decide?
He?
You?
or me?
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PostSubject: Re: Levitation & Translocation - Lessons in Basic Metaphsyics   Thu Feb 26, 2009 4:08 pm

No, you old fuck, it isn't that simple.

There are no equal options.

There are opinions based on perceived facts, on empiricism, on evidence, and then there are the meandering idiocies of dimwits, too afraid and too simple to cope with the world in any other way.

That was another pathetic attempt to equalize, as if both options had the same possibilities.

Retard, your positions are no different than an Islamic fanatic's.
Same hopeful, self-serving, bullshit, based on different books.

No two equal options, retard....the option of reason over stupidity isn't a choice at all.
Any sane man would choose reason over anything else, no matter how good it felt.

Tell us about the soul and the body, retard.
Explain that one without exposing how stupid you really are.

Then tell us about levitation, ESP, telekinesis, astrology, out of body experiences, Big Foot, Leprechauns, ghosts, UFO abductions, extra sensory perception, the Abominable Snowman, Ol' Nessy, Santa Clause., the Tooth Fairy and any childish moronic mythology you and your family believe in because it feels good.

And then tell us about how you are a part of the enlightened few destined for paradise.

Make me laugh.

Retard, to build you must destroy....that you are that old and still naive, says something, doesn't it?

"Who is to decide?"

Reality, moron, reality. Not I or you....the world.
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PostSubject: Re: Levitation & Translocation - Lessons in Basic Metaphsyics   Fri Feb 27, 2009 9:51 am

Drone wrote:
do you still want my respect, MM?

i know you do.

so prove that Satyr is wrong about you.

he is, isn't he?


Satyr's adult reasoning faculties
started off on the wrong foot
somewhere in his teens


In his prodigal teenage rebellion
against an invisible authoritative God
which is an oxymoron in the first place
he completely mistook the meaning and purpose
of the origins of world religions
and why there were a vital social imperative

Thus with his foot set on the wrong path
he has traveled ever further
into lost horizons

I found him floundering
at the door to male menopause
totally confused about left and right
and set him right

instead of thanks
what do I get?

a stream of invective
that would put a mule skinner to shame.

What a shame
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PostSubject: Re: Levitation & Translocation - Lessons in Basic Metaphsyics   Tue Mar 03, 2009 8:00 am

MagnetMan wrote:
Lesson 2. Powers of Consciousness

MASS HYPNOSIS

The Indian Rope Trick

The audience waits
the fakir walks on to the stage
he is followed by a boy carrying a basket
the fakir takes a rope out of the basket
and casts it up into the air
the rope becomes vertically rigid
a cloud forms above the rope
the boy climbs up the rope
and disappears into the cloud
presently parts of his body
come tumbling out of the cloud
and fall into the basket
the cloud disappears
the rope collapses
and the boy steps out of the basket



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Magic is what it is, Magic.

Science trumps magic.

However, you can dicipher in the real world at what level of intelligence a person is at. If a person believes that magic is true then you know that person's mind is not full developed.

Science is the true turning point in consciousness. It is the closest we have to reality.

If the world could drop all religions and have Science as the universal religion then there is a chance of world peace. However, a belief in science takes enormous resources in education. An educated-based economy is not feasible. WAIT-- maybe it is, and it would look like .... the suburbs?
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PostSubject: Re: Levitation & Translocation - Lessons in Basic Metaphsyics   Tue Mar 03, 2009 9:49 am

SpeedOfSilence wrote:

Science is the true turning point in consciousness. It is the closest we have to reality.

If the world could drop all religions and have Science as the universal religion then there is a chance of world peace. However, a belief in science takes enormous resources in education. An educated-based economy is not feasible. WAIT-- maybe it is, and it would look like .... the suburbs?
Ahh.
spoken like a souless zombi creation
of Dr. Frankenstein.

The spiritual art of life
gone
crushed beneath the churning wheels
of technology,
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PostSubject: Re: Levitation & Translocation - Lessons in Basic Metaphsyics   Thu Mar 19, 2009 4:09 pm

Satyr wrote:
The "pearls" you cast resemble, ironically, goat droppings.
Oh, little imbecile...you are so simple and plain and dumb...it's funny.
That you think otherwise makes it even more so.
An old man clinging to his delusions of souls and levitation and our of body experiences, to make
him self feel better about his death and irrelevance.

S, what is delusion and what is belief, and what motivates each one?

Religion or some other etherial thought process comes to most of us as we see less time ahead of
us and the want to survive on some plain after physical death drives our thinking.
We can be assured that near death experiences are real, and the experiences are similar
in that many of the individuals who experience it tell the story of the light and calmness they experience
at the end of the tunnel just before they are pulled back to life
We have heard many explanations to this psychological phenomenon but the one that tickles my fancy
is the one that explains the experience as a fail safe mechanism that our brain employs when oxygen is
critically limited. A similar experience is visited on divers who venture too deep, it is called the raptures, quite appropriate I think.
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PostSubject: Re: Levitation & Translocation - Lessons in Basic Metaphsyics   Thu Mar 19, 2009 4:27 pm

MagnetMan wrote:

The spiritual art of life
gone
crushed beneath the churning wheels
of technology,

MM we are at the top of our food chain, this happy occurance does not rely on
purely physical advantage but also intelectual superiority. This fact has motivated us to
consider ourselves a "special case" in relation to our demise, die and turn to dust, not us
we are special. So we invent and dream of other possibilities available to us when we die
so as to keep our perception of uniqueness alive for our psychological benefit.

MM I wish that there was more but no proof has been forthcoming, physics still remains
unyielding on this subject.
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PostSubject: Re: Levitation & Translocation - Lessons in Basic Metaphsyics   Fri Mar 20, 2009 9:23 am

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MM I wish that there was more but no proof has been forthcoming, physics still remains
unyielding on this subject.

There is object
and there is subject

The left side of the brain analyzes object as distinct from self
the right side subjectively embraces all as one with self

We are trained to be coldly objective
and the universe cries in shame
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PostSubject: Re: Levitation & Translocation - Lessons in Basic Metaphsyics   Fri Mar 29, 2013 12:35 pm

good lessons - surely the op knows that.

anyone measured exactly individual and collective success?
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