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  1. Drolo

    ​Believing Dumb Things

    And yet every official reputable and credible website there is disagrees with you. If someone like NASA is wrong then the bible must absolutely 100% be wrong. There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever to back it up and yet here you are posting on Christian forums.
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    ​Believing Dumb Things

    From the NASA website: "Italian scientist Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake for teaching, among other heretical ideas, Copernicus’ heliocentric view of the Universe." Source: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/OrbitsHistory/
  3. Throughout our history, many great minds have come up with ideas and theories, some scientific, psychological or philosophical in nature, which all attempt to explain or indicate that there must be some kind of God force. Franz Mesmer, from where hypnosis and mesmerism were derived, believed in animal magnetism and that there was a universal force that acted upon everyone and everything. Wilhelm Reich had similar ideas and called it Orgone energy. Ralph Waldo Emerson called it the Oversoul, CG Jung called it the Collective Unconscious. More recently, quantum physics is suggesting that consciousness and energy go hand in hand and that they are universal. Has this God force been evident to us and yet undetectable all this time?
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    Is God male?

    It's a pretty good question and I've never considered it from the perspective of all life starting off as female. I don't know if that is absolutely true or not but I do know that all humans, before they develop, start off as being of female gender then either remain female or go on to develop male attributes. However, I do not see God as an anthropomorphic being that has gender and that makes decisions. I see it (not him or her) as a higher power, perhaps one giant ball of consciousness, of which we are all a part divided in order to experience separation.
  5. I do believe that several various fields of academic research, including psychology and it's subcategories, quantum science and especially topics like hypnosis (real hypnosis, not stage hypnosis) are shifting closer and closer towards proving some kind of higher power which many of us may refer to as God. Such research and experimentation is constantly proving that mind is the true creator of our reality and in many ways this theory can be tested with successful results which defy conventional science. In ancient times, philosophers believed in panpsychism, the theory that consciousness (energy, thought, spirit) is universal. Modern day quantum mechanical theories such as biocentricity are proving the same. This had led to an understand of how the bible speaks of Christ-consciousness and how it is within all of us and how it can be used for manifestation. It describes the true nature of mind. Is science, perhaps, about to prove the existence of God? Or are, as quantum physics suggests, we actually the true creators of our own reality?
  6. As suggested above, thought is the key "I think therefore I am" - Renee Descartes. I do believe that there is a Holy Spirit and that this Holy Spirit is universal, or cosmic, consciousness as is being proven by psychology, parapsychology and quantum mechanics. Thought is the true creator of our reality. Through communication with universal consciousness miracles can be achieved including paranormal or supernatural phenomena. I have learned and achieved this through extensive study, research and experimentation with the true power of the human subconscious mind. We all have the power to manifest through the power of coherent conscious thought and communication with the higher conscious.
  7. The problem here is that none of the answers actually have the answer. The theory of evolution (or natural selection) does not and cannot explain existence. Neither would the existence of a creator. Evolution itself would have had to have started in some way by something, just as the existence of God would have had to have been started by something. Who or what started or created evolution? If a creator exists, who or what created the creator? The questions cannot be answered and so because the sceptical can't find the answers they claim that something came from nothing despite the fact that science acknowledges that such a thing is impossible - in other words, science defies itself! Thought is the answer. I think therefore I am.
  8. Drolo

    ​Believing Dumb Things

    A lot of the time, the smartest people are judged as being the "dumbest", as you put it, although it's a derogatory word, at least in this context. Throughout history, many of Earth's great geniuses were laughed at, mocked and ridiculed, labelled insane or as quacks only for their discoveries and theories to later be proven spot on. So, what may seem like a dumb idea or a stupid thing to believe now may actually become proven in the future and who would be dumb then? The people who didn't originally believe it because they thought it was a dumb idea? Galileo was persecuted for believing that Earth orbits the sun and not the other way round. Giordano Bruno was executed in 1600-AD for proposing the same thing. Nikola Tesla was subject to character assassination and his lab burned down, his ideas ridiculed and yet it's now a given fact that he was a genius who knew exactly what he was talking about.
  9. The theory of panspermia is not the theory that life was seeded by an extraterrestrial intelligence, it's the theory that life was seeded throughout the universe via asteroids and meteors and there is over fifty years worth of evidence to back up this theory. The building blocks and proteins that lead to the construction of DNA have already been discovered on asteroids and meteors. You are also wrong about there not being a shred of evidence to suggest the existence of extraterrestrials, that's just an assumption you're making because you haven't seen the evidence for yourself. That doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Some of us have no choice to believe because we don't just believe, we know for sure. Additionally, many countries have already declassified and released good evidence that advanced intelligence may be interacting with life on Earth. In terms of science, quantum mechanics and studies into consciousness are constantly and consistently proving that we are the creators of our own reality. We, collectively, are Source.
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    Yes, I do believe in them and that's because I have no choice but to believe in them. Yes, I have seen them on many occasions, probably over a hundred now. I have also done many years worth of research into this phenomenon and I do believe there's a religious aspect to it. They can be communicated with at will and will manifest to show themselves to you. They also respond to thought commands. I basically learned how to access this phenomenon through extensive study, research and experimentation with the human mind and through study of declassified government documents from around the world - it has been disclosed already, the truth is out there, you just have to look in the right places. As for the comments about the Vatican, World Bank whistleblower Karen Hudes claimed that there was a second species (of hominids) hiding at the Vatican.
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    Alien Life

    It just goes to show how stuck we have become in our belief systems. We are looking out there for signs of life as we know it but not signs of life as we don't know it. How do we know that planets like Venus are not living beings in themselves? How do we know that there isn't life out there somewhere which has become so much more evolved than we are that they exist as pure energy? Or spiritual balls of consciousness? Besides, in my opinion, after many years worth of research leading to personal experience, I can safely say that there definitely IS evidence of alien life. Just because YOU haven't seen the evidence doesn't mean it doesn't exist. There are actually many people on the planet who know all about this phenomenon.
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    There's no such thing as 'ALIENS'?

    If aliens and/or UFOs do not fit into Christianity then why is it that so many religious paintings from thousands of years ago depict strange lights and objects in the skies? And why do they also feature in so many ancient sculptures, archeological discoveries, tablets, carvings, etc? For example, check out the 1710 painting by Aer De Gelder of the Baptism Of Christ. What's that thing in the sky shining beams of light down at them? There's also the 15th century painting of the Virgin Mary which features what looks like a classic flying saucer. Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't the bible also speak of beings that came down from the sky?
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