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Morning Star 13

by Anonymous - 1/24/11 7:07 PM
I have been seeking truth since a child. I have always questioned myself and my environment. I could easily go into a ten page essay with several links to verify my ideas about certain information. However where is the truth in man? Man has all the functions and acts as a virus or parasite. We have extensive documentation on how violent we can be and no one questions this because we see it everyday in the smallest and biggest of ways. All information is man made. The bible is the word of "men" not even one person. The way the King James version has been delivered is in a sense to create the notion that the bible itself is comparable to any social networking site. Someone shares a thought or experience and then friends comment and relay their own. I personally believe I am doing myself and humanity a good deed by not subjecting myself to the ramblings and rumors in any religion or "religious texts."

I came to this site curious about myself. I am young woman with an intricate past. The synchronizations in my life I now must examine. Could any one offer insight? I am adopted. For the first 13 years of my life I grew up on a street- 3433 Morning Star Ln. Hope you have some knowledge of Numerology. That house is on a hill facing a lake. When I viewed this area from google maps I could see that lake, shaped like a serpent flowing down wards with horns, eye, and tail. My house is directly lined up with what would be the center of that eye.

If there is anyone out there that is truly on the same page as me then there is more to discuss.

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by Alexander MacRae - 8/17/12 4:50 PM
I can't help but get the sense that your message was written for me to find one day, as if the author is on my exact wavelength. It has me seriously pondering the feasibility of the collective conscious, one of many subjects I'm currently studying heavily in my personal search for the truth. In that, kindred spirit (as some call it) comes to mind when reading the first two sentences. The following paragraph confirmed it. Heh.

I have stumbled upon this site for similar reasons as yourself. The culmination of everything I have experienced, has led me to start questioning the "power's that be" and their effect on mind, body and soul. I am only a young man myself (Albertan), but believe I could offer some incite, and vice verca!! There is no one else in my immediate circle of friends that has consciously sought the truth for as long as they have be making memories, so I have no one to converse with on such topics. I look forward to being able to bounce idea's and experiences off of one another, challenging each others beliefs in hopes of further lifting the veil off of our current reality, and painting a picture in our minds of what the world really is. If you could somehow contact me, or leave info to take a discussion to another online venue, it would be gratefully appreciated. Much to my dismay, I will gladly follow up on any social networking site if it means I can continue this conversation. To find me on FaceBook (I get shivers just spelling it) my face is concealed by my hair in the profile pic, and I can only describe my appearance as a "Rasta Wizard" Heh.

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by billy christus magic - 9/08/12 3:51 PM
i would highly recomend the movie freedom writers if you have lost faith in humanity

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by Ayaka - 3/05/13 4:40 AM
This atirlce keeps it real, no doubt.

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by SS - 5/01/13 2:17 PM
2013 Th1rte3n this is the year my sister this is the year we awaken to the truth. the ugly but gorious truth.

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by Dennis - 4/21/17 7:08 AM
Throwing away religion is not a bad thing if it means an organization that is corrupt to its core (most religions). If you don't like something about the Bible, just start a new church, right? However, the Bible is much, much more than you know. Yes, it takes faith to believe it was divinely written through men, but only when you read it do you get to the truth.

I was an atheist for 17 years and "knew" the bible and all religions were too. 8 years ago, ironically, after searching for ways to debate theists, I decided to make inquiries into many subjects. I delved into it with the intention to understand the world and ventured down many rabbit holes. It took me about 7 1/2 years to wake up to the fact that everything was connected and all roads led to Christ Jesus. I don't expect you to understand, but I pray that you will one day soon. I know my past self (who died with Christ after I was saved) would have never guessed I would say what I am saying now. The more you read the Bible, the more you will understand the world, then and now. Good luck.

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