Jun 102014
 

Question by irishumanist: Is the search for REAL answers to life’s mysteries more gratifying than simply blindly accepting ancient dogma
Is there anybody else who feels an absolute joy and sense wonder and fulfillment when learning about the true scientific reasons for the how the universe and everything that is in it came to be ?

Do you feel an immense sense of wonder and amazement when you contemplate the sky at night and marvel at all we have learnt about our orgins and existance and all that there is still to know ?

Finally do you think that this joy and wonder is far superior to simply accepting ancient dogmatic myths as a way of explaining the world around us

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Answer by nikola333
Yes

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May 042014
 

Question by Squashed Orange: Was Jesus a mystic? He willed life into people just like a mystic? He told religious mysteries (parables)?

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/mystic

mystic
–adjective
1. involving or characterized by esoteric, otherworldly, or symbolic practices or content, as certain religious ceremonies and art; spiritually significant; ethereal.
2. of the nature of or pertaining to mysteries known only to the initiated: mystic rites.
3. of occult character, power, or significance: a mystic formula.
4. of obscure or mysterious character or significance.
5. of or pertaining to mystics or mysticism.
–noun
6. a person who claims to attain, or believes in the possibility of attaining, insight into mysteries transcending ordinary human knowledge, as by direct communication with the divine or immediate intuition in a state of spiritual ecstasy.
7. a person initiated into religious mysteries.

Doesn’t that describe Jesus?

Well, it seems that the Bible miracles aren’t happening, but the transfer of energy among all life is happening. When someone put his hands around my heels once, my heels started to get very warm as if they were on fire. This was about 20 days after Yoga already took the soreness from my legs. The man (healer?) told me my leg just grew out at the same time. That took place at some church service starring Dan Mohler. I didn’t see it grow out, but I also didn’t have a good angle of viewing. What do you think that miracle was? An act of God, of course. But how did it happen is the question. Perhaps it happened the same way that Yoga transfers energy. So is Reiki and miraculous healing the same? Why do I hear all these rumors of different spirits and that even the evil ones can heal? Then is it better to never want to heal people because of the risk that we might just heal by using an evil spirit disguised as an angel of Light? Were the 11 apostles who healed mystics then? Then Paul showed up after the ascension — was he a mystic? A mystic “wills” life back into people and “wills” others to be healed.

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Answer by The Physicist
call Him what you want as long as you know He is Lord and King!

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Sep 242013
 

Question by Unknown: Do you know anything about there mysteries?
Does Atlantis really exised and they used advanced technology?
Did certain people of past on earth once upon a time were developed like 21th century?Then some people talk about a road which looks like it created to land planes?
Do you know mysteries and secret technology of Assyria,Akkadian empire etc?
Then whats your opinion on Mayan temples and astronomy
how they counted that even they were too primitive?
How could strange mythologies around world exist without supernatual phenomena?
Answer If you deeply studied such things.

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Answer by Mr. P
If you are seriously interested in this then you need to keep notebooks and pay attention to details. I almost didn’t answer this because of typo’s and bad grammar.

Yes I have researched a lot of this myself, almost have enough for a book leading in a certain direction. I am certain we have underestimated the technology of the past only because it was not widespread, most was destroyed in wars and the Ice-age got in the way.

I believe Atlantis was a generic name for a civilisation that was destroyed at the end of the ice-age – the great floods, and was the same “golden Age” that the Egyptians called the “Sep Tepi” – or ‘First Time’.
I also think technology existed certainly to work rock similar to that of today using diamond tipped core drills, and the machinery to drive them – as the evidence is still visible at old sites around the globe.
If you look at the pyramids and layout of Teotihuacan in Mexico, it looks more like a refueling depot for spacecraft than a random religious structure. I believe strongly that form follows function – so it was created for something!
You do not need supernatural origins for these, but it does point strongly in the direction of alien visitors to earth in the distant past. Otherwise – why are we so obsessed with sky gods?

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Nov 192012
 

Question by purple: What kind of weird things are out there? what world mysteries?
What kind of world mysteries are out there?
early hieroglyphics…anything?

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Answer by Edo
The treasure of the Niebleungen.
What and where is the saint-graal? Did it ever existed?
J.C. reasting place?
How did the Etrusque civilization suddenly disapear?
What was the first language of humanity?

there are too much to remember them all anyway.

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Jul 172012
 

Question by irishumanist: Is the search for REAL answers to life’s mysteries more gratifying than simply blindly accepting ancient dogma
Is there anybody else who feels an absolute joy and sense wonder and fulfillment when learning about the true scientific reasons for the how the universe and everything that is in it came to be ?

Do you feel an immense sense of wonder and amazement when you contemplate the sky at night and marvel at all we have learnt about our orgins and existance and all that there is still to know ?

Finally do you think that this joy and wonder is far superior to simply accepting ancient dogmatic myths as a way of explaining the world around us
Go raibh mile maith agat an ard ri

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Answer by moddyalmondy
Kudos to you.

I also get excited and happy when I learn something new and get to apply it to my life.

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Jun 082012
 

Question by Life Rocks: Is the search for REAL answers to life’s mysteries more gratifying than simply blindly accepting ancient dogma
Is there anybody else who feels an absolute joy and sense wonder and fulfillment when learning about the true scientific reasons for the how the universe and everything that is in it came to be ?

Do you feel an immense sense of wonder and amazement when you contemplate the sky at night and marvel at all we have learnt about our orgins and existance and all that there is still to know ?

Finally do you think that this joy and wonder is far superior to simply accepting ancient dogmatic myths as a way of explaining the world around us

PS… A certain St mike replied to me yesterday the following :

“Search no more!!!!

Jesus is the truth, the way and the life!”

That is the kind of thinking that disturbs me.

I say Never stop searching !

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Answer by Nikki
just because people believe in God doesn’t mean we’re not amazed about how He created everything. you know.

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Jun 072012
 

Question by irishumanist: Is the search for REAL answers to life’s mysteries more gratifying than simply blindly accepting ancient dogm
Is there anybody else who feels an absolute joy and sense wonder and fulfillment when learning about the true scientific reasons for the how the universe and everything that is in it came to be ?

Do you feel an immense sense of wonder and amazement when you contemplate the sky at night and marvel at all we have learnt about our orgins and existance and all that there is still to know ?

Finally do you think that this joy and wonder is far superior to simply accepting ancient dogmatic myths as a way of explaining the world around us

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Answer by M.J.R.
absolutely.

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Jun 042012
 

Question by irishumanist: Is the search for REAL answers to life’s mysteries more gratifying than simply blindly accepting ancient dogma
Is there anybody else who feels an absolute joy and sense wonder and fulfillment when learning about the true scientific reasons for the how the universe and everything that is in it came to be ?

Do you feel an immense sense of wonder and amazement when you contemplate the sky at night and marvel at all we have learnt about our orgins and existance and all that there is still to know ?

Finally do you think that this joy and wonder is far superior to simply accepting ancient dogmatic myths as a way of explaining the world around us

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Answer by Thrasymachus
Yeah, science can be a source of wonder and mystery. But so can ancient dogmatic myths. The two are not mutually exclusive.

Unfortunately, some people think that holding a rigidly scientistic (=scientism, not science) worldview is superior to a religious worldview. But in truth it’s just another empty dogma.

Free your mind from the shackles of rationalistic dogma!

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May 292012
 

Question by Life Rocks: Is the search for REAL answers to life’s mysteries more gratifying than simply blindly accepting ancient dogma
Is there anybody else who feels an absolute joy and sense wonder and fulfillment when learning about the true scientific reasons for the how the universe and everything that is in it came to be ?

Do you feel an immense sense of wonder and amazement when you contemplate the sky at night and marvel at all we have learnt about our orgins and existance and all that there is still to know ?

Finally do you think that this joy and wonder is far superior to simply accepting ancient dogmatic myths as a way of explaining the world around us
St. Mike

You typed “Search no more!!!!”

That is the kind of thinking that disturbs me.

I say Never stop searching !

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Answer by johnny_zondo
by leaps and bounds, yes.

its not the destination that matters, its the journey.

i dont think many christians realize that. all theyre concerned about is with kissing enough a$s to get into heaven. once theyre there they have no plans. i myself realise that my time is limited here so i better make the best of it.

on sundays i try to go on hikes or walks. usually me and a few friends will make our own trails in the mountains by where we live. its better than dressing up to go to church. while theyre all in that church reinforcing their brainwashing im at the top of a high peak watching the sun rise.

i agree with all your points. blindly accenting dogma simply because it gives you a warm fuzzy felling inside or offers you the best prizes in exchange foryour faith is idiotic in my opinion.

its the journey people….not the destination.

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May 272012
 

Question by Life Rocks: Is the search for REAL answers to life’s mysteries more gratifying than simply blindly accepting ancient dogma
Is there anybody else who feels an absolute joy and sense wonder and fulfillment when learning about the true scientific reasons for the how the universe and everything that is in it came to be ?

Do you feel an immense sense of wonder and amazement when you contemplate the sky at night and marvel at all we have learnt about our orgins and existance and all that there is still to know ?

Finally do you think that this joy and wonder is far superior to simply accepting ancient dogmatic myths as a way of explaining the world around us

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Answer by Rolando Mactavish V
My dogma got run over by a karma

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