Category Archives: Religion

Child’s Play

If there indeed exists, as many linguists have suggested, a universal language with an innate grammar why then don’t we listen to children more?  In any case, even if there mightn’t be a universal language, mothers can certainly attest to … Continue reading

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Interpreting Scripture

There are known to be inconsistencies in translations of scripture. What if the term ‘Nephilim’ simply meant ‘people with giant dicks’? On a more serious note, though… What if the Torah serves to codify, not a past event but, a future-coming … Continue reading

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Gematria & 36

Establishing the importance of numbers in Judaism. 2012 is the year 5773 The end of an ‘age’ will come to pass on 13 Sept 2013 Representing Life : 8 signifies new beginnings (rebirth) and the supernatural 9 blessings of Menorah … Continue reading

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Spiritualism first, fortune second.

In response to David Icke Interview ‘The Global Awakening’ on YouTube: You are absolutely spot on right, David. Only, procrastination will only give you gallstones and bent brow.  You’re indeed channeling collective consciousness, so now why not demonstrate some practical solutions … Continue reading

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Brother Survive

Survival instinct is one thing. The family first. Defence instinct (eg. against an attack of a bear) is another. Both are totally legitimate. But when fear, threats, intimidation and cruelties are imposed amongst our own species and pervades all humanity, all … Continue reading

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He who laffs last laughs best

    You know the term canned laughter, or fake laughter? Yeah you know, what you hear on comedy sitcoms and talk shows? Well, it’s known as a ‘laugh track’ and the editing process in post-production is known as ‘sweetening’, by … Continue reading

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The Great Great Pyramid (Part 2)

“Great minds think alike.” Now there’s a saying which goes back far enough that one cannot source its origins, I imagine. Having said that, maybe elaborate testing in a lab will one day reveal its source. Unlikely, don’t you think?

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Alien Life

Many are concerned with alien life, yet others still think we would be the first to travel to other planets, but in so doing the ‘aliens’ are us – recalling, reminiscing on how we once were there… already…since the planets are a … Continue reading

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On Vegetarianism

An ISM, yes! After reading the extracts from One Hundred and One Reasons For Becoming a Vegetarian (from Michael Pollan’s book entitled “the Omnivore’s Dilemma“) in some other blog. … A list of facts such as these contain all quantitative information. … Continue reading

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On God (and religion?)

We have made our god(s) eternal only by our wrongdoings. As long as we mess things up and interfere with the Plan, God has to work overtime and will not be able to rest in peace until we figure out … Continue reading

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The Truly Great Pyramid (Part 1)

Originally posted on April 14, 2010  — edited and improved.  Consider this for just a moment: What if our little planet and all other objects in the universe, for that matter, weren’t round after all, and that their natural pre-mordial … Continue reading

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Doomsday: December 12, 2012 — The Millenium of millenia

Give or take a day; give or take a scripture. The four or five remaining Mayan codices, a sophisticated system of hieroglyphics inscribed upon Mesoamerican paper known as huun, are widely recognized  because they also contain both extremely accurate astrological … Continue reading

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AR-CHAOS vs. DAM-NATION

These days you hear more about the many NATURAL floods that it diverts ones attention from the MAN-MADE floods which are SLOWLY but SURELY burying history, a greater atrocity. Interestingly enough, I came across a web site after having seen … Continue reading

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Oh God

“God is a concept by which we measure our pain” — John Lennon God’s ‘unspeakable’ name is pronounced whence one first smokes tobacco and one coughs. Too bad we never listened… Listen! for it is like an echo, something like … Continue reading

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perspective

Perspective Is a glance to one side a glance to one’s side Face to face, one is defensive But it is one’s profile which truly speaks Our ears are sight With which the eye only reflects off of A conversation between two involves a … Continue reading

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