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2/3rds of the Angels Stood by us, do you appreciate that?

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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 02:53 PM
reply to post by trollz

Everything has spiritual consequences, but not mortal. For example, If I kill a tiger in the middle of the forest in the middle of nowhere and let it die, and do not use it for any reason, Sure nobody is going to punish me, but it is my personal belief that now your energies and unbalenced, and somthing bad will have to happen to YOU to balence what you did to the tiger.

[Omai, Another karma referance ._.]

posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 02:11 AM
reply to post by spw184

There's a major problem with this theory, though...
For example, most people think of murder as bad or even evil... But what if I killed somebody for no reason, but I did it with a clear conscience, not being able to recognize that it was wrong to do? How does a person suffer any kind of karma or "balancing" if they do "negative" acts with a clear conscience? How would it effect me in any way?

posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 08:53 AM

Originally posted by Observer99
Maybe 1/3rd of the aliens rebelled against the more powerful alien, whose rules maybe were there to protect humans. That's the way I interpret that.

I totally agree.

Angels were what we call today 'aliens'. Gods, also being aliens, were leaders.

According to the bible, 2/3 of the angels followed Satan in the rebellion of god. What does that mean

Satan obviously saw something about god that didn't set right with him:

1. Murder (2.3 million deaths, not including the flood victims)
2. Rape
3. Torture
4. Human sacrifice
5. Slavery
6. War, war and more wars

On the other hand, Satan, aka 'Lucifer (bringer of light) wanted us to have knowledge =be wise like the gods.

He told Eve that she wouldn't die if she bit from the 'forbidden fruit' (knowledge)

He went to war many times against the tyrant 'god'.

Yes, Satan is known as OUR enemy, but wasn't he really just god's enemy?

He seem to be more on the side of humanity than god.......


Why else would that may angels abandon god and side with Satan?

Satan wasn't really the bad guy here, that's why.

(By the way, I will soon be writing a thread arguing the case for Satan)

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