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My little sister gets suspended for conspiracy theorizing...?

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posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:30 AM
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No. I question the Bible all the time. That's why I'm in the process of learning Hebrew. That's why I'm currently searching for the Apocrypha, lost chapters of the Bible. That's why I haven't got my spirituality 100% in check, because I'm still reading the Bible and trying to grasp my own understanding of what it means.

I have faith in The Lord, but I don't follow the Bible with blind faith. I follow it with speculating faith.




posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:31 AM
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Originally posted by XxNightAngelusxX
reply to post by SoymilkAlaska
 


I care about you too, because you're a rare kind of person... one who actually embraces free thinking and non-ignorant "How dare you march out of line from the drones of society" thinking.


**Hugz**




*mega hard hug* hhhhhhhhrrrrrnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnhhhggggghhhhhhhhhhhhnarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrpshhhhhhhhhhhhh



you make me feel soooooooooo goooooooooooooooooood


hehhhhhehhhhhhhhhhhhheheheheheheheeh

G bless you



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:33 AM
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One has to be very careful with all the conspiracy stuff. There is nothing wrong with esoteric teachings, it's just that the priesthood has kept it from the people. Ancient peoples knew instinctively that the sun gave life, and it is a physical focus for God in the Central Sun of our Universe. Scientists are even finding out that the sun and it's energies may not always behave in the way expected. This could be because the sun is the outer moderator of the spiritual energies released by God.

As for Easter being unholy because it was based on a pagan idea, well, I would go back to Shakespeare in Hamlet.

Hamlet:Why then 'tis none to you; for there is nothing either good or
bad, but thinking makes it so. To me it is a prison.


www.enotes.com...

There is nothing inherently bad in esoteric knowledge or symbolism unless it is expressly connected to the worship of Satan. It is the intent of the doer which makes all the difference in the world.
The Statue of Liberty is symbolic representative of Freedom and Liberty. What can be wrong about that? Understanding that there are many truths in Freemasonry, and that the role of the Illuminati was to infiltrate and use it to evil or selfish ends is the most important thing.
Your sister will likely learn the hard way that the teacher is the authority in the class and will not like alternative theories which supplant that which the State wants implanted in the child's mind.
Discrimination is required when searching for nuggets of truth in the vast world of conspiracy theories.



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:33 AM
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Rofl


**Atomic hug** Muahahahahaha

.... We are really getting off topic...




posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:34 AM
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then you contact akashic records specialist Brian Stalin or Vajrayana Tantric buddhists.Maybe Aghor Pir could also help.



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:35 AM
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Originally posted by XxNightAngelusxX
reply to post by Furbs
 


No. I question the Bible all the time. That's why I'm in the process of learning Hebrew. That's why I'm currently searching for the Apocrypha, lost chapters of the Bible. That's why I haven't got my spirituality 100% in check, because I'm still reading the Bible and trying to grasp my own understanding of what it means.

I have faith in The Lord, but I don't follow the Bible with blind faith. I follow it with speculating faith.



woooooooooooo lemme tell ya!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


when i read the bible, WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooo

it makes me THINK!!!!!!!

the bible has some really good stuff in it!!!

but some other parts make you HAVE to question it, its as if the bible is SCREAMING AT YOU,


"QUESTION ME!!" "ask, WHY WOULD HE DO THAT?" "ask, WT*????"


it just BEGS you to be confused at certain points and question what you think is right and wrong, its as if the big G is up there somewhere waiting for you to read that certain point in the book and feel a certain way, just to see if your actually a good person or something.

peace.



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:35 AM
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Originally posted by XxNightAngelusxX
reply to post by Furbs
 


No. I question the Bible all the time. That's why I'm in the process of learning Hebrew. That's why I'm currently searching for the Apocrypha, lost chapters of the Bible. That's why I haven't got my spirituality 100% in check, because I'm still reading the Bible and trying to grasp my own understanding of what it means.



At least you are consistent in your distrust of everyone that isn't you, I'll give you that.

עברית היא לא השפה אתה צריך ללמוד אם אתה רוצה לדעת בנוגע לישו
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posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:37 AM
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Originally posted by XxNightAngelusxX
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Rofl


**Atomic hug** Muahahahahaha

.... We are really getting off topic...



***ULTIMATE BUTT SLAM BOMB OF PWNAGE HUG***


oh yea we are off topic... sorry..


shhh!! lets get back on topic! ohhhh----- KAYyyyyyy

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posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:38 AM
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Personal context? It's personal to you that my sister wrote that poem?

No.
I was not offended by it. Nor was I offended by the nice poem from Soy. I have had no relationship with your sister or Soy.

My point was that your sister and her teacher have a "history". That is the context to which I was referring. The sweet little poem has a sarcastic dig about that "history".



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:38 AM
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Yep.

The only book of it I've read thoroughly is Revelations, because of all the doomsday conspiracies

Cuz... you know... I'm paranoid...




posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:39 AM
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phage is a govt propagandist.Look at his posts.They make it clear.


I really hope you're joking. Phage is one of the most respected members on this site, and for damn good reason. Incredibly bright mind, never succumbs to petty bickering, always backs up his position with facts when warranted. Gladly contributes and helps cast light on things with research, links and knowledge. My opinion may not mean crap, but I think the vast majority of ATS shares in this one.



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:40 AM
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Originally posted by Furbs

Originally posted by XxNightAngelusxX
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No. I question the Bible all the time. That's why I'm in the process of learning Hebrew. That's why I'm currently searching for the Apocrypha, lost chapters of the Bible. That's why I haven't got my spirituality 100% in check, because I'm still reading the Bible and trying to grasp my own understanding of what it means.



At least you are consistent in your distrust of everyone that isn't you, I'll give you that.

עברית היא לא השפה אתה צריך ללמוד אם אתה רוצה לדעת בנוגע לישו
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"hebrew is not the language you want to learn if you want to know about jesus"


well, i think its not so much important what language your speaking, but rather that you understand and know what you are intending to say.

when you pray, it can be in any language you want, as long as you have good intentions. do everything with good intentions. (and this is for everyone, not just replying )



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:42 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
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Personal context? It's personal to you that my sister wrote that poem?

No.
I was not offended by it. Nor was I offended by the nice poem from Soy. I have had no relationship with your sister or Soy.

My point was that your sister and her teacher have a "history". That is the context to which I was referring. The sweet little poem has a sarcastic dig about that "history".


i know that what your saying is that the sisters poem may have intended to tease the teacher, but MY point was that what the sister did, IF she did anything "playfully naughty" ( DO NOT EVEN JOKE ABOUT MY WORDING LOL ) that it simply is not punishable for that insanely small level of teasing, or even reference to any past history of things not going so well.

peace.



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:43 AM
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Originally posted by XxNightAngelusxX
reply to post by SoymilkAlaska
 


Yep.

The only book of it I've read thoroughly is Revelations, because of all the doomsday conspiracies

Cuz... you know... I'm paranoid...



in this time, it is our duty to be paranoid.

for the good of all humankind.



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:48 AM
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it simply is not punishable for that insanely small level of teasing, or even reference to any past history of things not going so well.

I wasn't replying to you but ok.
You don't know what the history is or what it entails. You are getting one side of the story. You are not even getting a first hand account. You are getting a second hand account which has passed through two filters; the sister, and NightAngelus both of whom are biased against the teacher and authority.

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posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:52 AM
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The most fondest times of my childhood I can remember were at christmas. Not because of god or religion, but because it was a time when all my family would gather together.


Me too, I totally have fond memories of Christmas tree hunting with my 3 sisters and my parents, putting tinsel on it, going to parties and getting those ribbon candies out of the dish, the lights on the tree at night with a fire in the fireplace, Christmas dishes and yummy dinners, the ritual of opening presents, all these things are of value to the soul.
And that's just the secular view of it. I love Christmas eve service at the Catholic Church, I love beautiful displays of the creche and Christmas light display on houses. I love beautiful Christmas cards with all the designs.
How sad that someone in that Zeitgeist group decided to ruin it all with their suggestions that Christmas is just a conglomerate of evil pagan junk and that none of it has value(to the seculars) or even the people who try to make a Christmas tree out to be evil somehow by making references to scripture.
How dare they ruin the Christmas pageant our 9 year olds worked so hard practicing for their parents.



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:56 AM
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It almost sounds like you want to give the teacher clearance to punish my sis... But, that's just my thought.

It seems to me like the teacher is taking her frustration out on my sis, simply because it's easier, because, like you said, there's the history and all, not to mention the two very opposing viewpoints. That's not an excuse, though.

I don't particularly like it when it looks like a teacher is bullying my sister, much like they did to me. See, here in good ol Tennessee (yeah, I'm in hickville, born and raised. That might explain the inbred ignorant teacher problem) we have a constant problem with teachers getting power trips, and reigning the "I'm older than you, so I know more, now shut up and sit down, and do yer dayum work" mindset. It's comparable to your average racist redneck. "I'm lighter than you, so I'm betteh' than you, so get off my G** dayum property ya G** dayum n-word."

Also, on a totally unrelated note, Guess what people? This thread is on ATS's "most popular topic right now" spot. Wanna know something sad? This is a proud moment for me



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 12:59 AM
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It almost sounds like you want to give the teacher clearance to punish my sis... But, that's just my thought.

Your thought is wrong. My thought is that you and your sister both have a bias against the teacher.
My thought is that I have seen teachers blamed for maltreating students when it was the student who clearly was at fault. My thought is that I have seen parents defend those children beyond all reason.

My thought is that we don't know and can't know enough about the story.



posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 01:03 AM
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You need some established holiday in order for your family to be close and loving?


It sure is better than NOT having it. Why take all the joy out of life? Why waste your time worrying about whether Jesus was really born on Christmas day or if the Roman emperor changed the date to suit the Romans. . There are so many other conspiracies really worth being concerned over, like how the Federal Reserve Act came into being and how the globalists are destroying national sovereignty by getting our leaders to sign these evil UN treaties.

Try something different, like Rennaisance Christmas music to get a really magical Old World feeling, and realize that Medieval Europe enjoyed their celebrations too.


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posted on Jun, 10 2012 @ 01:07 AM
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Are you serious?

I used to cherish Christmas too, believe it or not. I have the same warm memories, and I wanted to believe that it was meaningful, but after what I've learned, I just can't.

I'm not suggesting that Christmas is Pagan, I'm stating it--it's a fact. The scripture states that the messiah wasn't born in winter, and Christmas was originally a Roman holiday where men would gather, drink, have sex with each other, beat their wives, and cause riots in the towns. The holiday was outlawed because it caused so much trouble, then it became intertwined with Pagan customs and their celebration of the winter solstice, and the Holly King, who is an older representation of Santa. Also, interestingly, the Roman sun God's birthday was the 25th of December, and many people believe that the Illuminati and Freemasons, sun worshipers as some speculate, created the statue of liberty as a sun god idol, because it looks just like the sun god... and it was built and designed by two Freemasons. Coincidence...?

ANYway, according to a combination of what the scripture tells us and scientific study, the Messiah was born some time between the end of summer and November.

I understand that some people continue the customs of Christmas and Easter even after they learn their original origins because they believe that the holiday has more meaning than the origins--but does it?

Why support something you don't understand and possibly don't agree with, even if you do have fond memories of it from your childhood? I say, learn the facts, then make an informed decision. Don't just follow the Christmas lights blindly into the darkness to never be heard from again.
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