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originally posted by: AthlonSavage
a reply to: Pinocchio
first pyramid 440
Lattitude first pryamid = 29.9792
speed of light 299792458
2 x 29.792458 x (440/411/201.5) = 1/x
x = 3.1396
round = 3.14
earth rotates 463 m/s
f = 73.68
go to musical scale of frequencies ....36.7, 73.416, 148.83....
Find the musical pattern to open the portal in the great pyramid to escape the prison, before you go completely insane lol
Doing such just makes it clear why you know all about self-centeredness and think it applies to everyone else as well.
It might be how you are as a human. It might be how other people are as humans.
But it is as far from a truth as it could be when it comes to me. I am an exception. Not the rule.
Honestly if the Christian afterlife is real, or if any major religions belief is the right one, I just want to be able to use my freewill and tell them all to piss off and let me live my after life my own way. (preferably with my mind intact.)
Just leave me alone to live a peaceful and good eternal existence doing my own thing and maybe chilling with other eternal mortals of a similar mind and I'll be fine thanks.
Honestly so many damn gods and such throughout history. I'm not interested in any.
If such beings exist I'd detest any that forced me to choose them for any reason.
We Live In A Prison! An Ineffable Amount Of Space Between Us And The Rest Of The Universe! We Are Stuck Here! FOREVER!
originally posted by: AtomicKangaroo
a reply to: whereislogic
And it just seems to be a lazy way of avoiding having to properly address my point of view.
(always does when I see people try that tactic.)
Satan began deceiving mankind at the very start of human history. For example, he deceived Eve into believing that she was not subject to the laws of her Creator and that she could “be like God, knowing good and bad,” that is, deciding for herself what was good and what was bad. (Genesis 3:1-5) That was the first great deception, for even though humans were given the freedom to choose what they would do, they were not created with the ability to determine for themselves what is right and what is wrong. Only God himself, as Creator and Sovereign, has that right and authority. (Jeremiah 10:23; Revelation 4:11) What a delusion to believe that the right to choose between good and bad means the right to determine what is good and what is bad! Unfortunately, we imperfect humans easily fall into that trap.
Yes, the Bible teaches that Satan the Devil is, indeed, a real person. Critics of the Bible, however, scoff at such a portrayal of the Devil. Satan, they say, merely represents the principle of evil that resides in humans.
Should we be surprised by the confusion regarding Satan’s true identity? Not at all. To illustrate: A criminal might wipe his fingerprints from a crime scene so that he may conceal his identity and thus continue his illegal activity undetected. Similarly, Satan is a criminal mastermind who is content to operate behind the scenes, promoting moral corruption. Jesus clearly identified Satan as the one responsible for the evil state of human affairs. Jesus called Satan “the ruler of this world.”—John 12:31.
The corrupt state of human affairs bears testimony to the existence of a real Devil. The nations of this world let surplus food rot while their hungry populations starve. The nations store up weapons of mass destruction for mutual annihilation. They pollute earth’s environment. Yet, most people are blind to the source of such hateful, self-destructive behavior. Why?
The act of pleasing by artful commendation; adulation; false, insincere, or excessive praise. It is usually done to gratify the self-love or vanity of the one flattered and is therefore damaging to him.
Insincerity, lying, adulating or glorifying men, and playing on the vanity of others are all displeasing to God.—2Co 1:12; Ga 1:10; Eph 4:25; Col 3:9; Re 21:8.
While the use of flattery may appear to be the gainful course, the Bible points out that “he that is reproving a man will afterward find more favor than he will that is flattering with his tongue.” (Pr 28:23) When a person employs flattery to gain advantage over another person, it is the opposite of love.