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What does a human animal hybrid have to do with aliens or God?
Originally posted by Topato
reply to post by mrjefffort
McKenna ! I saw another video of his yesterday someone had posted. Was talking about how early man might have eaten mushrooms to spark brain evolution. Fun stuff.
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by Wolfenz
Myths are called myths for a reason. There is no proof of them and they are made up. The fact that we can now trace most any myth from pre-Christian religions from Spain to Pakistan to the their origins in India gives light to the fact that they are just that: stories told by people.
In addition, there seems to be only 2 or so myths that have actually gone throughout history unchanged. The tree of life and the flood. That's about it. Everyone else, like those you think of, have changed every couple hundred of years. They're simply not reliable.
And my avatar is of man's creations over man's cities on a speculated civilization on terraformed Mars after an apocalypse on Earth. Thanks for proving my point. You see something unexplainable and it's immediately magic, aliens, god, or something else. It couldn't possibly be something made by men in their pursuit of knowledge and power.
Men do not become gods. We act like the ones we created long ago. We've never changed. And the fact that the gods of old are just as evil as the men of today proves all the more they are fabrications of our own.
ust about the only series of religions that go the opposite way are Abrahamic ones. Whom simply state that God is not of man and cannot be like man. We can act like God, but we cannot become God. And we can only physically and emotionally act like God, we cannot become as he is mentally.
Everything you states is theory, not provable fact. And what I have stated is faith, not provable fact.