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Al, the claims being discussed here are serious ones, not figments of imagination. If you wish to discuss your own ideas rather than the ideas of CiE, please create another thread. Threads do not do double duty, make one for each topic please.



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Post Re: Christ in Egypt: A Philosophical Deconstruction of Christianity
*strikes Al's ear off*

Yes, you've lied about leaving several times now Al. Are really going to piss off or are you going to keep badgering everyone to form a group of participants to try and perfect matter with you?


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Post Re: Christ in Egypt: A Philosophical Deconstruction of Christianity
U know TAT, ALWAYS I TRY TO HAVE AN OPEN MIND. HOWEVER YOU FEEL ABOUT ANY INFORMATION, WHEN YOU CLOSE UP AS YOU HAVE, YOU STOP LEARNING! if what you just said was true, you really would be in a world where things would open up to you and you actually would learn more. It was always about matter, your mine and to the ancients, the matter they found how to perfect. They did a good job of hiding from the vulgar didn't they. None today know of it. There is just one other thing, it was world wide! I listened to a person talking about a library found in south america, and one of the remarks about what he was reading was this, "we had a medicine and it cured all ills." The person said that he had read of information similar to that found in different places of the world. If you have read many books, you find to many things the same, especially in religion, around the world to know that in our past, there was a one world religion. If not for all, all seemed to know of it. It was all based on matter, but all secretive and known by the temple priests. Astrology is defined by it as many other things. It is all about how to use nature as was assumed, God did! All you discuss is tied to it. My last thing to say to you is this. I have made the medicine one time out of many tries. There is still one step that is hard for me but I will get that too. When you read about it, you can realize what type of person you are, and how much there is you don't know. Do me a favor and remove me from this list and blogtalk radio. meanwhile I will do what is necessary to remove myself.

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Is that a promise? Are you really going to piss off this time or are you lying again? We'll just have to see...


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