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originally posted by: jinni73
a reply to: rickymouse
If there's a god and there is more to this world than meets the eye that much I can promise you, my battle with the scum that run this world has taken me into some mad battles as well as confrontations with demons or whatever you want to call the smokey so and so's then as long as you stay good and seek knowledge and try and help others then you may or may not be rewarded at the end but you don't need a book to tell you what's right or wrong.
I mean have a look at the muslims with their caliph telling sunni muslims to kill shia yeah right they really worship a good god and not the devil
LOL there are only 2 things on this planet one is good and one is evil and that's it and if you are not fighting for good and choosing to do nothing then you are working for evil in my humble opinion and I fight this #er too and I can tell you he is gutless
originally posted by: Tangerine
originally posted by: Answer
originally posted by: Wifibrains
a reply to: Answer
surely the ladies would have thrown in some details they heard in similar stories to add some validity to the claim.
Yeah! and maybe they could change the hands time and get the birth to happen on the same day too!
For this to happen it would make more sense that these child was conceived in a ritual that takes place nine months prior to the birth.
Wait... you think that the Zeitgeist movie was actually accurate?
You should do a little research. The "virgin births" didn't all happen on the same day. Jesus of Nazareth, if such a person did exist, was not even born in December. Please don't tell me you think that the 25th of December is actually the birthday of Jesus and not just the day chosen as the celebration/remembrance of the birth of Christ...
Zeitgeist misrepresented a lot of things and told some outright lies about religion just to push an agenda.
There's no evidence he was born at all. The December 25th date is significant in that it does appear in other myths. That's the point. I thought that was pretty clear.
originally posted by: danielsil18
a reply to: Wifibrains
Written after she was dead?
Im talking about Leviticus 20:10
And the man that committeth adultery with another man's wife, even he that committeth adultery with his neighbour's wife, the adulterer and the adulteress shall surely be put to death.
The Ancient Hebrew Šamerim/Samerim (Samerin سامرين in Arabic which have the same meaning), which in the Bible means guardians.
The girls, whose watery embrace is said to spell death, the lilies or virgins who are portrayed in The Song of Solomon. In their connection with water, the nymphs are thus depicted as the embodiment of the wells of living waters. Their deathly embrace is but the death of the ego, of the will, and of desire.
originally posted by: Wifibrains
Ok I see where you are coming from.
Well the priestesses of the temples would have been considered divine projections of the mother goddess herself, gods wife. So to engage in a sacred ritual with one of these women would be outlawed by the jewish rules, of coarse that is, unless you are god.