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Originally posted by The1Prettiest1One
It's not the law of 23, it's the law of fives:
The Law of Fives states simply that: ALL THINGS HAPPEN IN FIVES, OR ARE DIVISIBLE BY OR ARE MULTIPLES OF FIVE, OR ARE SOMEHOW DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY APPROPRIATE TO 5.
The Law of Fives is never wrong(also, never cabbage).
Source
Originally posted by Chamberf=6
reply to post by The1Prettiest1One
Where do "popes" figure into this?
On topic maybe?
(tenuous as that may be)
Every man, woman and child on this Earth is a genuine and authorised pope.
- To invoke infallibility at any time, including retroactively.
- To completely rework the Erisian Church
- To baptise, bury and marry (with the permission of the deceased in the latter two cases).
- To excommunicate, deexcommunicate, reexcommunicate and dereexcommunicate (no backsies!) both his-/her-/it-/them-/your-/our-/His-/Her-/It-/Them-/Your-/Our-self/selves and others (if any).
- To perform all rites and functions deemed inappropriate for a Pope of Discordia.
Originally posted by whatsinaname
I think I figured out the religious part of this conversation, I thought chaos aligned gods were restricted to dungeons and dragons but apparently once again reality was not as I percieved.
discordia.wikia.com...
in a word, that chaos is important too, and we're all taking things too seriously =/ maybe I am -_-
ed: the whole opposite to christianity thing personally puts me off this particular belief, parallels to satanism, plus the fact that im not christian so neither make me think anything but 'thats not what I think is going on upstairs'.edit on 3/2/2012 by whatsinaname because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
Howdy peeps,
I just got to wondering where everyone stood when it comes to how they view Space-Time, since it's quite apparent most are clueless?
In mathematics, they have assigned the Space-Time of numbers to in-between the numbers, which is bassackwards, but if they can be that stoopid, I was wondering who else has bought into that fallacy? Sew answer the question and let's see just how bad it is?
Where is the Space-Time of Numbers?
1. In-between the Numbers
2. The Number itself
3. Pass the Number
4. All of the above
What's U'r answer?
Ribbit
Ps: The Law of Matter explains the truth:
Originally posted by trekwebmaster
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
Howdy peeps,
I just got to wondering where everyone stood when it comes to how they view Space-Time, since it's quite apparent most are clueless?
In mathematics, they have assigned the Space-Time of numbers to in-between the numbers, which is bassackwards, but if they can be that stoopid, I was wondering who else has bought into that fallacy? Sew answer the question and let's see just how bad it is?
Where is the Space-Time of Numbers?
1. In-between the Numbers
2. The Number itself
3. Pass the Number
4. All of the above
What's U'r answer?
Ribbit
Ps: The Law of Matter explains the truth:
Interesting, Ribbit! Well, it may seem obvious that all of the choices are correct, but it's neither. It's really "zero," since out-of all negative and positive numbers, there is only one zero; and it has no polarity. Just fold "Alpha" and "Omega" together and view "them" as one value, and you'll see what I mean. A most-excellent reference-point or perspective in-which to observe, wouldn't you say? Since we are all conscious and self-aware, observing "space-time" would destroy it, or would it?
Not if you are moving through it, right? Our little small "dot" of perspective keeps rolling-along as the zero, neither gaining or losing, so what's between "Alpha" and "Omega?" I suppose the entire detailed-listing of all of what "is" and creation? Perhaps...
But, perhaps...
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
Originally posted by tkwasny
So infinite can be true to Its definiton and also be finite as a set that is composed of every possible variation of everything that is finite, which requires eternity to complete. With us finites as proxies, through the Presence stationed half inside the infinite and half inside all that is finite, communion in BOTH directions is achieved.
Now omnipresence can partake of the consciousness of silence, void, nothingness, nonexistence via communion with us finites, thus also be "present" inside of nonexistence. Through finites, Infinite is complete and greater than infinite.
Beautifully said!
Basically, Mom gets to play with WE as WE play!
I never thought about the proxy particular but it's a great way of looking at it. It's too bad the 3rd communion isn't possible 24/7/52 but our puny mYds couldn't handle IT.
The finites are the children of Infinite and draw their eternalness from the well of Source Infinite!
I = SqR (eYe)²
Ribbit
Originally posted by trekwebmaster
In retrospect, it would appear that we are indeed "fractal representations," of a higher Perfect Whole? That's ironic; but to fulfill our intended purpose, we'd have to have all the little fractals acting in accordance to what would be a "Perfect Representation" of the Perfect Whole. Only then, can we leap from the faith into what has been written for us as a species, as humanity, or not and face destruction.
Seems-like to me...
Originally posted by payta
im pretty sure, we are all going to be given these answers when we die
Originally posted by rudeboyrave
The answer is option 2. For obvious reasons.
and i love the frog people!
Originally posted by OrphenFire
What's interesting about numbers is there are an infinite amount of numbers. And, there are an infinite amount of numbers between the numbers. That is, there are infinity fractions in between each whole number. Between 1 & 2, you can have 1.1, 1.01, 1.001, 1.0001, 1.00001, etc. not to mention all of the infinite variations of fractions. 1.10492, 1.905830, 1.049002420... etc. There are infinity numbers and infinity numbers between each of the infinite numbers.
Originally posted by OrphenFire
My above post got me thinking, what if "space-time" works like a group of numbers? What if our universe could be represented by the infinite amount of numbers in our number line: -∞ through +∞. What if there was a parallel universe between each number? So all of the numbers between 1 and 2 represent another universe. Between 2 and 3: another universe. Then there are an infinite number of universes... each with its own rules and laws. Hmmm.