What God did before existence

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PostSat Feb 13, 2010 10:17 am » by Princessleia


Already saw it! Hahaha... :mrgreen:
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PostSat Feb 13, 2010 12:42 pm » by Kilaspy


Would that be the desert dwelling psychopath who spent his time smiting people, and loved the smell of burning goat?

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PostSat Feb 13, 2010 11:53 pm » by Svaha


I still wonder about this 'what God did before...'
I don't see God as a man with a beard wearing a watch and saying "Oops time to create".
Humans started this time/space thing as far as I know.
Follow your bliss(ters) - Joseph Campbell

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PostSun Feb 14, 2010 12:39 am » by Wolfbane7272


wmacy1028 wrote:Really... someone posts something like this.. in what i hope is a sincere fasion.. and all we can do is give this person crap about god jerking off.. This is shit! someone opens up and tells us a "spriitual enlightenment" that they have just gone thru and this is the kind of feedback they get.. wow..

it does not matter your belief system, what truly matters is that you one day make things right with yourself. and that is what i believe that this person just did.. i say this is great. do not listen to this rhetoric and enjoy your spiritual epiphany. especially to a new user.. not hey great welcome.. just.. your god must have been jerking off to angel porn.. wow.. they should come back right away...

Grow up kids..



i agree 100% ,why everyone has to have a piss parade because someone reveals something that happened to them . its a fuckin thorn in the side of this forum ..one thing to be opinionated but to bash a persons belief system is ridiculous and juvenile.
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PostSun Feb 14, 2010 1:11 am » by Svaha


telocvovim wrote:maybe "god" is just the god of a bubble that is our universe....

and maybe the god of a greater bubble said: "create---"


who knows----?

if u think hard... it all goes back to a single point....

there is the answer...


I agree, it all comes from and goes back to a single 'point' (at the same time)
To me this point is not a point like in mathematics, but like an endless fractal, a vortex.
Like a black hole (and a white hole on the other 'side')
Creation is one thought with two directions.
Follow your bliss(ters) - Joseph Campbell

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PostSun Feb 14, 2010 1:17 am » by Wolfbane7272


telocvovim wrote:
wolfbane7272 wrote:
wmacy1028 wrote:Really... someone posts something like this.. in what i hope is a sincere fasion.. and all we can do is give this person crap about god jerking off.. This is shit! someone opens up and tells us a "spriitual enlightenment" that they have just gone thru and this is the kind of feedback they get.. wow..

it does not matter your belief system, what truly matters is that you one day make things right with yourself. and that is what i believe that this person just did.. i say this is great. do not listen to this rhetoric and enjoy your spiritual epiphany. especially to a new user.. not hey great welcome.. just.. your god must have been jerking off to angel porn.. wow.. they should come back right away...

Grow up kids..



i agree 100% ,why everyone has to have a piss parade because someone reveals something that happened to them . its a fuckin thorn in the side of this forum ..one thing to be opinionated but to bash a persons belief system is ridiculous and juvenile.



u bitches concentrate too much on what u think the person who makes statements wants to make u believe he/she wants to say about him/her.....

just look at whats there....

suckers....

get rid of ur fucking reflexes.....


lol i think i cant understand a fucking thing about what you just wrote in relation to not bashing another persons belief system , and for the record typing u bitches shows your probably in your late teens and havent reached the maturity level yet to fully grasp anything other then your deluded fantasies ..for the most part I enjoy your posts but i think you are self absorbed .
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PostSun Feb 14, 2010 1:31 am » by Wolfbane7272


oh i think i hit it bang on thats what i see and yes i believe that you know all in your own mind .and im not afraid to say it like it is .that my friend is honour. lol anyways i said my piece and like i said i do enjoy your posts ..some are insightful . so on that note , have a great night
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PostSun Feb 14, 2010 1:31 am » by Fleshstorm87


No god.... no satan........only the dark, and the brainwashed masses.

http://truthism.com/

good story though. :dancing:
Kill yourself......begin again............

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PostSun Feb 14, 2010 1:35 am » by Tinman4higher


Part Of The Divine Plan?, by T. Shortell. 2002.
It is no wonder, then, that those who are religious are incapable of moral action, just as children are. To be moral requires that one accept full responsibility for oneself. In order to act in the world as an adult, one must be able to recognize that the world is structured and the situatedness of all individual action. The choices that present themselves in the course of day-to-day living are influenced by social forces over which we have no control. Moreover, there is an element of randomness in the flow of events that prevents any of us from being able to predict fully what will happen next. Morality is a basis for making choices, in the context of a probabilistic world, embedded in a particular political economy.

Faith, like superstition, prevents moral action. Those who fail to understand how the world works—who, in place of an understanding of the interaction between self and milieu, see only the saved and the damned, demons and angels, miracles and curses—will be incapable of informed choice. They will be unable to take responsibility for their actions because they lack intellectual and emotional maturity.

This is why Friedrich Nietzsche hated religion so much. Nietzsche despised weakness. He did not think of weakness primarily in terms of physical strength. Rather, he was referring to quality of character. In this regard, it is hard to imagine that anyone could disagree. Who would argue in favor of the virtue of bad character?

Well, we know who: priests, cops and psychiatrists. We must be weak in order to be controlled. Like it or not, religion is one of the most effective institutions of social control. Though organized religions are sometimes at odds with governments, in a larger sense, the faithful are merely foot soldiers of the Spectacle. (This is Guy Debord's term to describe the form of modern consumer capitalism. It is an apparatus that encompasses capital and all superstructural institutions, such as religion and the media. In the Spectacle, we exist only as consumers. We are marketed products—consumables or ideas—based on our identities; to the Spectacle, we are nothing more than demographic targets.)

As foot soldiers, their job is to instigate widespread fear. This is why they see sin everywhere. Sin will bring punishment. An angry god is an effective rhetorical tool. Why fear? Because fear prevents us from being open to the varieties of beauty and pleasure around us. When we are afraid, we seek comfort in warm, enclosed spaces—literally and figuratively. The fear mongers hope to send us scurrying towards the safety of their prison. The strategy works, too. We can now understand why so many people turn to religion or shopping as a refuge from complexity. Both function, albeit by different rituals and with different ideologies, to create the illusion of security. Like shoppers, believers are protected from the ugly truths of the real world.
Atheism is a non-prophet organization...GC

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PostSun Feb 14, 2010 1:54 am » by Fracturedpsyche


I believe God was conceived through our existence. Therefore, I would have to say God did not do anything, because God did not exist until human beings came along and manifested such a force :badair:


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