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    08-22-2020, 05:22 PM
    TER replied to a thread Physics and Sin in Peace Through Religion
    I have looked into the CERN collider. Seems like a modern iteration of the Tower of Babylon. I definitely get an uneasy feeling with it, especially with the symbolism they use (the Hindu goddess you described) and some of the reports which are alleged (demonic manifestations occurring at the site, paranormal occurrences, abnormal cloud formations and weather patterns over the area). I saw a video of a Luciferian sacrifice of a young lady/girl in front of the statue. The official response of this alleged leaked video was that it was an unauthorized staged event. Who knows? It may in fact however been real. God (and those people who participated) know. Nothing surprises me anymore.
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    08-21-2020, 10:14 PM
    TER replied to a thread Physics and Sin in Peace Through Religion
    This is because it is a spiritual battle which is being fought in the fabric of creation and all that exists within creation. The ground cries out against the sins of the world. The blood of the innocents cry out. Everyone knows that evil exists and that sin exists. Instead, they choose to ignore it or worse, partake in it For what reason though? It may be proof to you, but to those who willfully choose to ignore such proof, they will offer their own mathematical equations as ‘prove’ to their own positions. Do you know how many equations I can do to get the final answer of 10? In fact. I can make up my own mathematical models and symbols out of thin air to have the final answer of 10. Indeed, if they are so blind to not see that evil exists, at least in the contemporary understanding of existence, and so dumb to the presence of evil in the world around them and even in them, then no mathematical proof of anything will convince them of anything which does not confirms to their own religious materialistic beliefs.
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    08-20-2020, 09:52 PM
    TER replied to a thread Physics and Sin in Peace Through Religion
    BTW, the Tao you mentioned in your OP is a glimpse of what the Lord would eventually come to reveal in fullness. This ancient Chinese work is a form of logos spermatikos (a spark and early discernment) of the Logos of God, Who is Christ Himself, the Word of God. Lao Tzu gleamed the Logos in the world just around the time the ancient Greeks half a world away were recognizing it within their own philosophical endeavors. His is an incomplete understanding of course, reaching such insights prior to the Incarnation and outside the historical knowledge of the Messianic promise of Israel. Nevertheless, he reached a closer understanding of life and the meaning of life than few did before him, having discerned the way (Tao) towards peace and fulfillment in the Logos (which is translated into Chinese as the same word, Tao).
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    08-20-2020, 09:24 PM
    TER replied to a thread Physics and Sin in Peace Through Religion
    Most assuredly, not one sin goes unnoticed, either from before the eyes of God or the balance of the universe. There is a reason why the Lord warns of the seismic events which will shake the world as we approach the end, and it is because of the amount of sin and lack of prayer, faith, and love (which are the forces which keeps the chaos at bay and the darkness away). It is the light which sustains, and sin, like darkness, ‘exists’ only in the absence of light. It is like the connection between the divine which is animating and life giving and makes incorruptible is interfered, and this lack of connection on account of sin (which is in fact existing only because of the lack of connection/divine acting) which allows the chaos to corrupt the image of the divine order. And what is separation from life but death? And from light but nothingness and darkness? If all Christians on earth stopped believing and praying today, the world would be destroyed by tomorrow morning. It is the mercy of God and the prayers of the saints which has delayed the fearful judgment, allowing us more time for repentance. I will need to come back to this after some more thought. In the meanwhile I will say that sin affects not only us, but those around us, not unlike how Adam’s sin did not just create negative affects in him, but in the cosmos at large. Thus, while one can say “all diseases stem from sin”, it doesn’t mean one can necessarily say “this disease is because of this one’s sin”. Rather, disease, suffering and death in this world is account of sin in the world, and not necessarily the sin in the person (though of course that happens all the time). For example, the Lord suffered and died because of sin, but not because He sinned. Rather, He allowed the blameless passions (hunger, thirst, pain, etc) and sufferings and finally death because He willed it to affect Him. Why? Because sin has penetrated into the holistic nature of men and of creation in general, and the only way He could heal it was to merge it with His divine nature and restore it into a higher form.
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    08-20-2020, 08:58 PM
    TER replied to a thread Physics and Sin in Peace Through Religion
    We think very much alike. The atomist view of the cosmos, held by some Ancient Greek mathematicians/philosophers and which has been the prevailing scientistic worldview over these last few centuries (especially since Galileo, Descartes, Newton and Einstein) is more and more being scientifically demonstrated to be severely flawed. They have removed the aether and the classic physics which explains cogently the observational real world we live in in order to construct an irrational world of particle quantum physics which as time goes on is only showing more and more to be in fact substance-less, devoid of ‘real’ particles, a fantasy of no emission, and devoid of truth which is potentia and field perturbations, (as Tesla rightly taught). They try and find meaning with math, using quantity, while disregarding the metaphysical which gives ontological meaning and quality (indeed, the higher science because it describes the real universe and our conscious being). The modern dogmas of the modern physicists have constructed a worldview based on faulty presuppositions and have spent the past century only trying to vindicate the dogmas handed down to them, even as they construct more and more modifying calculation in order to make the square fit the circle. They construct orgies of mathematical equations until they can fit the square and at the same have lost bearing in common sense and rationality. So now ‘dark matter’, so now ‘multiverse’ theories. There is a major crisis in the world of quantum scientific academia. It’s not being much publicized, but hollow foundation walls are beginning to crumble. How does this relate to sin and it’s effects? I am not sure, but the effects of sin permeates the entire tripartite cosmos as it does the tripartite human, namely physically, noetically, and spiritually. Field perturbations of potentia within the aether? Why not? I’m sure Tesla would agree.
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by PierzStyx on 08-05-2019 at 09:33 PM
[QUOTE=PierzStyx;6838727][QUOTE=PAF;6838633]Oh, SwordShill! You have convinced me and I have just now had a change of heart! Rather than to rally a few thousand gun-toters to [B]inform[/B] those crooked bureaucrats that they can't and won't muck with us and the 2nd Amendment, we are instead going to ask them to pretty please write up some nice legislation that we can all compromise on! And then everything will be daffodils and roses!

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by PierzStyx on 07-28-2019 at 01:34 AM
[QUOTE=PierzStyx;6834861][QUOTE=Swordsmyth;6834856]That isn't what we will create.

Your commie buddies will create a police state, your support of it makes you a traitor to the Constitution, liberty, and basic humanity.[/QUOTE]

Yep. I'm an anarchist who hates all forms of centralized states- you know the very opposite of Communism- so somehow that makes me a Communist. While you champion the murder of innocent people engaging in free market exchanges of goods and services

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[QUOTE=PierzStyx;6800489][QUOTE=Superfluous Man;6800430]Yeah, I'm sure that Amash would vote yes on a bill to ban manufacturing in the US.[/QUOTE]

Obviously he wouldn't. It amazes me how much these people want to trap America in the Industrial Age though. If they were around in the 1800s they would've opposed farming technology because it put field workers out of a job and have fought against Edison because they were afraid the light bulb would destroy the work of candle-making market.

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by PierzStyx on 10-12-2018 at 11:52 AM
[QUOTE=PierzStyx;6692053][QUOTE=Anti Federalist;6691977]This has been one of my "pet issues" for years now.

Let's assume something comes out of this, and reforms that include reducing plea bargain that railroad innocent people, and mandatory sentencing and abolition of capital punishment get signed into law by Trump, does that further my "warming up" to Trump?

If I voted for him based on that, would that make me a "Trump Humping" fascist

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[QUOTE=PierzStyx;6691719][QUOTE=thoughtomator;6691341]Basically what you are saying is that you are completely unable to grapple with the real world trade-offs involved in securing liberty, so you have to create extreme strawman scenarios to justify obstinance.

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