posted on Sep, 29 2008 @ 03:03 PM
Good to see you here Woodwytch
I'm aware of your basic belief system and have seen it in others. Your use of that number is odd, didn't you just make that up?
My personal Cosmology contains advanced civilizations that have been coming and going since Billions of years. Labelled "science-fiction" by the
society you live in.
Hans: Unproven would be a more likely description, but as you stated it is your "personal cosmology". Nothing more and nothing less
So that there is no more misunderstanding as to where I and others are coming from: Everything labelled imagination and science-fiction by one
faction, is labelled real by the other and vice-versa.
Hans: So you consider the Pantheon to be imagination and sci-fic LOL
The fact that this sci-fi Cosmology is not accepted as real by this society, leads us to believe that it is somehow being covered-up or cut-off from
our direct awareness.
Hans: Given that your imaginary cosmology is not believed in isn't surprizing at all. How can what you believe exists which is non material be
somehow blocked by the material world you don't believe exists at all - why would you care?
I understand this is all quite bizzare to you, but how do you think I feel when someone says "Civilization exists since a few thousand years and is
the result of evolutionary coincidence".
Hans: Not at all I have been involved with fringe for many years- however there are so many different versions, its hard to catagorize it.
Civilization does go back at least 12,000 years ago, most probably to 15,000 and probably farther as we get more information. It also depends on your
definition of civilization.
So what happens when you meet someone whose alternative version of world is difference from yours? You appear to be following a "I'm the universe"
approach and the world and reality revolves around your personal interpretation.
Now that is fine, I know a number of people like that (pointing me out as a person who grew up in the sixties) but that begs a question. Why do you
try to use science to prove your own reality? By your own definition it cannot - it would seem a fools errand.