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Originally posted by Snoopy1978
Originally posted by NOTurTypical
Originally posted by Ben81
Even if i was offered 50 trillions dollars i would refuse
Yep. In heaven they use gold to pave the streets. lol And you can't take a penny to Hell with ya. What good is it to gain the whole world and yet lose your own soul?
Gold to pave the streets? Lmao. You got your myths confused. You're thinking about "El Dorado".
2012, humanity is on the brink of quantum computing yet we still have regressive neanderthals puking up iron age mythologies. Amazing.
Whats the price for your soul?
Originally posted by Starchild23
We've already been told that according to the spirit of Set (worshiped as a god in Egyptian times) there is no Satan.
I agree that there may be something to these alter egos.
Originally posted by BelowPublicKnowledge
Ok I understand the shiny quarter metaphor. This is a question meant for a religious person, which I am not. I do believe in a higher power and an afterlife, but not a "God" that looks over us and judges you. So I would not trade anything to that god for protection. Because if he needs something from me in order to love me, it is not true love.
Originally posted by Tadeusz
Selling your soul means finding a more powerful being who can grant you some power. Not only does this come with the cost of eternal servitude, your master must also limit the amount of power that he grants you, or else he risks losing his position.
I suppose, if you value power or pleasure over freedom, then hop right in.
I was thinking this also. Eminem all the sudden calls himself "slim shady" when he blew up. He talks about "slim shady" almost as a different entity from himself. I'm thinking this is the spirit who resides in his body.edit on 25-4-2012 by BelowPublicKnowledge because: (no reason given)
"Slim Shady is just the evil thoughts that come into my head. Things I shouldn't be thinking about. Not to be gimmicky, but people should be able to determine when I'm serious and when I'm #in around. That's why a lot of my songs are funny. I got a warped sense of humor I guess".
"I had this whole Slim Shady concept of being two different people, having two different sides of me. One of them I was trying to let go and I looked at the mirror and smashed it. That was the whole intro of the Slim Shady EP. Slim Shady was coming to haunt me, was coming to haunt Eminem".
Slim Shady is a character, Marshal say's Slim Shady killed Eminem. He say's he is still Eminem though, Slim Shady is just another part of him, the dark, evil, creatively sick part.
“When I’m onstage I’m aggressive and strong and not afraid of my sexuality. The tone of my voice gets different, and I’m fearless. I’m just a different person.”
Sasha Fierce was born when I did ‘Crazy in Love.’ People, when they meet me, expect that all the time, but that person is strictly for the stage.”
Originally posted by NOTurTypical
reply to post by Wonders
As a former Eminem fan let me break it down:
Eminem: Angry violent raps.
Marshall: Himself, speaking from the heart.
Slim: Goofy absurd silly raps.
Originally posted by curiouswa
Anyone even thinking a thought like giving their eternal soul to the Devil must listen (to ALL) of Mary Baxter's You Tube videos. She was taken to Hell by Jesus and experienced not only what Hell is like, but what demonic entities plan, think and do to humans who go down this path.