posted on Sep, 19 2012 @ 03:17 PM
reply to post by Jordan River
Well honestly, plenty of people have experience real life situations involving God, angels and J.C.
One, conditioning. Two, what they saw took the form of that which would provide the most comfort. Three, an impression can leave three different
thoughts with three different people. For instance, Muslims seeing "J.C." Why in the world would they see a man they had believed to represent a
Truth? What is truth? something you see? if that's the case then oxygen doesn't exist. I believe in other dimensions either alien, hellish,
or divinely, i know there is a world outside of this universe outside of this universe.
You really think truth is in the math, physics and the food we eat? Honestly, i thought this world was a hologram
I think there is the truth we see, which results from observing the actual truth. Because we cannot grasp the truth in its entirety, we grasp one
little facet of the truth, similar to viewing a diamond the size of a sun through a toilet paper roll. You see one piece of one side, and that becomes
your truth. Why? Because you aren't aware the rest exists, and even if you did, you wouldn't understand it.
That's what they mean when you ask, "Is this the truth?" and they say, "Yes and no." Yes, it is PART of the truth, and to that extent, it is
true. But no, it isn't the complete truth, and therefore not entirely true unless complete. Get what I'm saying?