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I don't believe anyone has previously "speculated endlessly" about the fact that all paranormal events are actually spiritual in nature.
If you can show me one instance, I'd appreciate it.
Like I said earlier, MS, it's too bad you are so skeptical. There is a whole new world out here to explore, and it's a lot more positive than the negative attitude of science.
I was just curious as to what evidence you had for your specific claim but it doesn't look as though I'll be getting any. My fault for being curious ...
Well, if people have "speculated endlessly" about my premise, you certainly should be able to provide one example. Are you "inventing" this assertion?
Let's turn the tables here, and let me ask you a few questions:
1. Do you consider yourself religious?
2. Do you consider yourself spiritual?
3. Do you feel you are "in touch" with your spiritual side?
4. Do you attend religious services regularly? (weekly? monthly?)
5. Do you engage in any spiritual activities? (i.e. meditation, for example)
Can you answer "yes" to any of the questions? Your answer might provide some clues as to why you think the way you do.
It's been a week since I posted the above questions, and I guess you're just going to twist in the wind on this unless you answer.
I could add these questions:
6. Do you consider yourself agnostic?
7. Do you consider yourself atheistic?
I was a committed agnostic until I discovered that so many mysterious subjects -- all metaphysical/paranormal, psychic or psi traits, abilties and events -- were all in fact evidence of our spiritual nature, staring me in the face. I was also a professional, paid skeptic, a daily newspaper editor. When you discover the truth, that all these events have a prominent spiritual element, and apply Occam's Razor, the answer is obvious.
A new review by a reader:
I just finished reading "Awakening The Soul: The Trilogy."
Here's my review:
It was Fantastic!!
Most everything in the book I was pretty much aware of and am in agreement with. I did learn quite a lot though, especially about channeling procedures.
The content of the book(s) alone is remarkable! I can see some of it like Book 2, as a standalone reference book on spirituality and psi.
Also the personal information you shared I enjoyed the most. It was from the heart (or should I say Spirit?)
I believe you are right when you say it was inspired.
Thank you very much for writing such a great book(s). I will treasure it as an addition to my library,
Jim B Cooper
... I see MS and Mauro around, so I'll jump in on this....
Let's start at the top:
Please explain were I am to find proof in the existance of the soul?
(Oh, and my answer to all seven questions is 'No', btw.)
Summum Nec Metuam Diem Nec Optima
You can find proof of the soul on P.338 of the Voynich Manuscript.
Interesting that you are neither religious, spiritual, agnostic or atheist. Do you believe in anything?
That would be an interesting read, since the manuscript currently only has 240 pages and only originally had 270.
As far as what I belive in? I belive in the Higgs boson.
Summum Nec Metuam Diem Nec Optima
Well, I hope you and the Higgs boson are real comfy, because when the shit hits the fan, you're going to need something to hang on to.
(And PS: the shit is already hitting the fan.)
I could be a smart ass and tell you that the reference is from the missing section of the Voynich Manuscript recently found in a temple in Nepal, but I'll refrain from this deception.
For a great deal of irony in that statment, you might want to translate the latin in my forum signature... ;)
Sorry, but I flunked Latin twice in high school, and that was about 130 years ago ...
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