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posted on Mar, 20 2010 @ 07:40 PM
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The past of the birth of our universe is an illusion. The past signature of the big bang is picked up by the science world with their technology stuff, but don't you see?... Something or someone planted a signature of some kind of evidence trace to the universe's past. It remains in space. And the past of human existence up to some point which could even be recent, is also an illusion. But what do you believe? I'll tell you what to believe in. Believe in the power of illusions of the grand scheme set by a higher power some point ago.

Don't you see?! The power of illusion of a grand scheme by a higher power can persaud you to buy that you were here yesturday, even if that truely wasn't the case. Beware of illusions. Do you think people actually worked in all that hot sun out in the dessert, miles and miles away from water, to build the pyramids? The illusions by grand scheme MUST be real. Real things can be planted to aid an illusion, you must know by now. But what say you all? Surely the very far history we've learned about didn't come about genuinely the normal way one would have thought at first, no, it came about apart of some illusion of sorts of a grand scheme by a higher power.




posted on Mar, 20 2010 @ 07:54 PM
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This is absolutely no worse than any other theory out there. And one that I have humored as well. From the relationships of the past to people you know now, and even situations past and present. Very thought provoking. Very maddening if thought about for to long. Something, if true, the human mind, or our on board computer if you will, could never wrap around no matter how much you think it's figured out.

It makes my head hurt.



posted on Mar, 20 2010 @ 08:12 PM
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Occam's razor comes to mind. Why devise a more complicated theory to explain the evidence than you have to? Why not take the evidence at face value, until some new evidence gives you reason not to? Of course what you are saying could be true. It's just that we have no reason to believe that it is. You could be in the matrix, but that would be a much more complicated way to explain reality. There's just no reason to go there. We can't rule it out but we have no reason to rule it in.



posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 11:22 PM
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The seven ages of man are traditions and writings read and
analyzed quite nicely by Velikovsky.


In the Beginning, the story of the catastrophes that preceded those described in Worlds in Collision.

The Dark Age of Greece, a critical examination of the mysterious gap of close to five centuries thought to follow the Mycenaean civilization.

The Assyrian Conquest, a volume in the Ages in Chaos series, covering the period from the end of the Amarna Period to the time of Ramses II.

Collected Essays, comprising articles and fragmentary manuscripts such as Shamir, The Secret of Baalbek, Sinai and Olympus, Test of Time, The Orbit and the ‘Observer’ editorials.


www.varchive.org...

Works for some people.



posted on Apr, 4 2010 @ 11:33 AM
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And these evil cosmic tricksters planted that signal (the cosmic microwave background) throughout the universe?


Mummy, I'm scared.



posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 09:10 AM
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Originally posted by Tormentations
The past of the birth of our universe is an illusion. The past signature of the big bang is picked up by the science world with their technology stuff, but don't you see?... Something or someone planted a signature of some kind of evidence trace to the universe's past. It remains in space. And the past of human existence up to some point which could even be recent, is also an illusion. But what do you believe? I'll tell you what to believe in. Believe in the power of illusions of the grand scheme set by a higher power some point ago.

Don't you see?! The power of illusion of a grand scheme by a higher power can persaud you to buy that you were here yesturday, even if that truely wasn't the case. Beware of illusions. Do you think people actually worked in all that hot sun out in the dessert, miles and miles away from water, to build the pyramids? The illusions by grand scheme MUST be real. Real things can be planted to aid an illusion, you must know by now. But what say you all? Surely the very far history we've learned about didn't come about genuinely the normal way one would have thought at first, no, it came about apart of some illusion of sorts of a grand scheme by a higher power.


So, in short, the evidence is all a lie. Is that what you're saying? If so, how do you know?





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