Apr 022014
 

Question by JENNIFER: Has anyone tried the combination of a tanning bed and a mystic tan? Lock in color + the “Bronze” glow?
If so, what’s the best place to get a Mystic Tan?

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Answer by J Stang
Yes, it works great! Once you’re reached your plateau as far as using the tanning bed, the Mystic Tan is a great way to darken up a little more. I don’t know where the best place is to get a Mystic Tan though; they’re pretty much all the same at all the salons…same spray stuff, booth, etc. My tanning salon just got the Mystic Tan booth this year, and it’s awesome. It only takes a couple minutes in the booth. There is also barrier cream in the Mystic Tan room…you want to apply it to places that you don’t want tan, such as your fingernails/toenails, etc.

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Jun 282011
 

Question by aznboi: What is the best enchantment combination on aqworlds for a warrior?
I am a lvl 35 dragonlord and I don’t know what combination is good for power and critical hits.

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Answer by Woody Lessings
There are a lot of them. You are able to discover the effective combination. That’s the thing. The thing is to get to know something new from the game. It’s much more pleasant to find out everything on your own. How long have you been searching?

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May 242011
 

Question by Sue S: Is Christianity just a combination of Judaism with Ancient Greek Mystery Religions and Plato’s philosophy?
And are these the guys that made it happen?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philo

http://www.worldandi.com/newhome/public/2004/April/mtpub2.asp

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Answer by Augustine
Nope. You’re describing Arius and gnosticism.

Heresies of true Christianity.

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Jul 292010
 

Question by Sue S: Is Christianity just a combination of Judaism with Ancient Greek Mystery Religions and Plato’s philosophy?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philo

http://www.worldandi.com/newhome/public/2004/April/mtpub2.asp

Stella, I really like your answer. It is well-informed. I have read the “Myth of Er” ending of Republic and all of Phaedo by Plato, and I never meant to imply that he had any thoughts about the Jewish deity Yaweh. And I know he didn’t exactly “renounce” Ancient Greek religion.
However, I do think he was basically a Deist who envisioned a Supreme Being more than the traditional pantheon. And, in my view, that HURTS the Christians rather than helps them. It proves that yet another of “their” ideas is, in fact, NOT their idea but, rather, something stolen from the Greeks. When we acknowledge that Plato and the Zoroastrians were essentially monotheistic independently of the Jews, it shows that it’s not a particularly unique conclusion — that it is something various humans thought of without divine intervention.

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Answer by Val
It is a work of fiction. Christianity is a creation of Rome’ s elite. It is a perfect vehicle to control thier artificially created slave class from killing them. Mind body and soul. and boy has it worked well.

Humanity has been suckered.

Practicing Shaman… quantum physics rocks.

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Jun 162010
 

Prophecy Resource Corp. and Northern Platinum Ltd. Sign Business Combination Agreement
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Prophecy Resource Corp. and Northern Platinum Ltd. Sign Business Combination Agreement
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire – June 15, 2010) – Prophecy Resource Corp. (“Prophecy”) (TSX VENTURE:PCY)(OTCBB:PRPCF)(FRANKFURT:1P2) and Northern Platinum Ltd. (“Northern”) (TSX VENTURE:NTH) (the “Companies”) are pleased to announce that they have entered into a binding letter of agreement (the “Agreement”) for a Business Combination through a proposed all share transaction (the …
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Prophecy ‘out of the struggles and laments of the faithful’
Bradford Hinze, professor of theology at Fordham University, speaking at the Catholic Theological Society of America June 12, whose 2010 convention theme is prophecy in the church, explored suffering and lamentations as ways to hear the Spirit.
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