posted on Feb, 25 2013 @ 11:25 PM
reply to post by CrypticSouthpaw
I would say that the experiences I have heard recounted from many abductees is less that pleasurable. I would also say that "hell" would be a good
description of the experience.
Something to bear in mind: the typical view of the rattlesnake was not that it was evil. It was more that it was what it was. Was it to be avoided?
Absolutely. But it had its place in the big picture, and was of this Earth. Which was given the utmost reverence.
To the nonreligious,the mystical.....there really is no "evil". At least, not as we think of it. All things happen, good and bad. The fire that
burns the forest lays the groundwork for the new growth that springs up. "Evil" is just a step in the cycle. You cannot do without it, as it
The concept of the yin and yang...they are not unique to the Chinese. The Greeks called the concept "The Duad". It was a core element of classical
thought. "One cannot exist without other"....that describes the yin yang.
The Amerinds have very similar notions. They conceptualize more as a wheel, or circle. But the ideas are the same, as they are derived from teh same
source: observing the world around them. "As above, so below" is not a great secret. It is actually derived from the way humans think, and how we
have conceptualized the world around us. We must have a context, a framework from which to base a viewpoint for new information. Thus, we compare,
we create metaphors and analogies. "As above, so below" is a descrption of how human process new information.