beers and core matter.
tomfency at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 26 11:36:34 CDT 2004
Hey, David (are you really David or one WHO are hidden in this pseudonym?
;>)), I completely agree with you, "self-awareness" is the key of the
mystery in all us. Trying to help to explain this deep mystery, follows one
more bunch of words caught on 3W world. Enjoy yourselves (or not):
"Humans are the magnificent ones who have chosen to place veils over their
earthly experience to see if they could remember God. As long as the
connection to All That Is becoming stronger, the veil becomes thinner, for
the connection point between the higher and lower self is where the veil
resides. In Earth, while Humans are playing their game, they're always
coming up with the question What is the meaning of life? But if Humans
knew they are God hiding behind a veil, not seeing their own reflection,
that question turn into God asking Himself: "What God looks like?"
The connection to All That Is is the energy that join together everything
as one. It is really the fabric of God, for God is made of threads of
Universal Energy which weave between all things and beings that exist
everywhere. It is the energy that connects each of you together in full
Unity Consciousness, moving into higher vibrational existence in the fifth
dimension. Moving into there, all will be connected, you and the person
sitting next to you, you with the grass beneath your feet, with the trees
that exist in your back yard, with the gravel and the stones that compose
your streets. All together as One, although preserving the individuality of
each one of the parts."
>From: David Huntington <huntington at mindspring.com>
>Reply-To: The Who Mailing List <thewho at igtc.com>
>To: <thewho at igtc.com>
>Subject: Re:beers and core matter.
>Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 09:37:26 -0400
>On 7/25/04 5:22 PM, "The Who Mailing List Digest" <thewho-request at igtc.com>
> >> Could this vibration be the stuff of life that exists outside of our
> >> scientific
> >> understanding?
> > Stuff of life? You're mixing biology & physics here. The stuff of life
> > well-known. Go here for an overview:
> > http://pegasus.astro.umass.edu/a100/handouts/ingred.html
>You're far too kind. I'm mixing a few science class memories with pure
>bullshit. Thanks for the link. It's an empirical answer holding my feet to
>the fire on using another carelessly tossed phrase.
> > We aren't "random collections of atomic matter." We're finely-tuned
> > with thousands & thousands & thousands of years of evolutionary
> > under our belts. Our "thoughts, dreams and aspirations" are a byproduct
> > all that. As a species, they help us survive.
>All true. At least I can't argue. Everything I have ever seen on this earth
>seems to be part of a finely tuned system of energy exchange. I suppose my
>"random" comment stems from the why us, why all this? Could not all these
>elemental parts, under different conditions, say a different distance from
>different sun create altogether different randomly designed finely tuned
>organisms? But I don't believe all the science in the world can truly
>explain self-awareness. You can identify every chemical, tissue and
>molecular substance that courses through our brains, and none of it well
>ever really explain an emotion, or the human desire for further
>The fact that our species of organism is even capable of creating a
>is evidence enough for me that their is a mystery in our being that is
>beyond scientific understanding.
> >> Maybe there a universal "chord" that unlocks the tension and returns
> >> that feel it to the universal consciousness.
> > What is a "universal chord?" What is the "tension?" And what is
> > consciousness." I'm afraid these are just New Age-ish terms that mean
> > absolutely nothing.
>They mean nothing to you because to even discuss things like this you have
>to leave the world of empirical thought for a minute. I actually have no
>idea what a universal chord or a universal consciousness is except for a
>collection of "terms", nor could I produce them for examination. They are
>merely concepts expressed through the limitation of one language made up of
>26 letters. That all I have, and it is enough for me.
>But concepts do mean something. By their very existence they mean
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