reply to post by vethumanbeing
"Jenny 1:27 Completely different bible (RCC)"So God made man like its Maker. Like God did God make man; Man and the maid did he make them".
This is very interesting because it seems the Catholic "Living Bible" questions the whole notion of creatordome (GOD) from the perspective of an
outside observer. This is very strange (who is the outside observer hiding in a duck blind?)
You tell me what are the discrepancies here; obviously two different interpretations of the book The Song Of Solomon desperately pulling in Jenny as
the referee. If your thought empathises/ends with the Fibonacci Spiral, mine resonates to this: Mandelbrot's "Julia Sets" (the big black beetle
re-ocurring in the number algorithm is interpreted as what exactly). Just trying to Pin Solomon to a wooden board through its abdomen. I dont think he
was a hebraic king (sorry everyone that may have any concern). The point is the sexual overtones to the missive and why are they written? This is 1000
years bc, what is the message?" Quote VHB
My sources say 'not'...
The God in the 'hide' is the faceless, unnameable, cannot see its face without being blinded, cannot comprehend it...we never have been dealing with
this one...we've been dealing with the administrative corps...the creator dome crew (word - yo)...
Jenny's incomplete and you knoe it...
I only read the bible for the pictures ha ha...well, Song of Solomon doesn't need to operate at any one level...does it?
Maybe not big black beetle pinned to the board (for me), but, monarch butterfly shimmering...irridescence playing tricks on the eyes...
I can never help seeing the song as anything but ritual primer material for 'roger'...double entendre, get yer gear off and lets make some DNA dance
kinda material...(hey, I may be wrong)...it's sensual and respectful and 'pure' (clicheed word, I know)...but when you're standing at the breach,
ready to don the fleshy suit, those are the kind of conditions that are best...loving, respectful, unified in the 'spirit' of Love...but that's
just me, call me a romantico...
I hadn't read it in a while, so I gotta tips my hat to you VHB...