reply to post by pharaohmoan
Thing is, you've said all this before in the other thread you started which seriously backfired on you. Your ego got in the way and completely
contradicted the nature of an "enlightened" being and it was heavily attacked.
All these things you speak of : enlightenment, you've lived dozens of past lives, memories of before the Big Bang, being an alien that came to Earth
and were captured by the US, etc.
You have to admit -- it does sound highly suspect. And the fact that you can't give any evidence about it doesn't help the rest of us who are not
'at your state of evolution' as it were.
You see, thing is, all these things you state and claim can be said by anyone, at anytime because there's no way to substantiate it. No one knows
what was before the Big Bang. Well ok, apart from you. No one (speaking publicly) knows what happend in Roswell exactly.
For example, can you give us the names of the military people and times of your alien events on Earth? As someone who's lived countless past lives,
perhaps you have a vague idea of how superluminal technology works? Or perhaps you know some 'basic' mathematical formula that would be primitive
by ancient civilisation standards, but could prove the existence of some of the elusive small particles our primitive LHC was built to solve?
Mainly though, you use human archetypes as a means to find an emotional connection to people in your posts -- I'm not saying it's a problem. But we
can all associate with this -- the big blue sky, the vastness of space, what's beyond this life, what was before, are we alone, cosmic awareness,
space time and altered states, etc -- the are all very common human archetypes so we can all associate with them in some way, to some degree.
Look, I'm not trying to attack you and I certainly don't hate you. But these posts -- it's the same stuff that people on late nite Tv try to sell
us for $29.95 in a 5 cd set on personal growth. Or the same thing my neighbour who forgets to take his medication rants about.
To kind of paraphrase what someone else has posted already -- life is a struggle and perhaps far more for some than others and seemingly terribly
unfair for a great many. But that's the point. It's about overcoming challenges, defeating obstacles and advancing yourself and your own
perceptions and conceptions of the world and your mind.
[edit on 18-2-2009 by noonebutme]