You did ask this two posts ago...are you asking me for an example, or Q?
I've noticed that posts at the very bottom of a page can 'disappear' until someone makes another post.I posted the question, or I thought I did, but sometimes there's a delay. Weird stuff happens here, I don't know why. Sometimes you post and it doesn't show up, so you post again, and then there's a duplicate.
Umm...I'm looking for an example, but I'm not thinking of God in the personal sense. So maybe the question is rediculous. I just can't think of any example of when God, as a Force that governs the Universe (kinda thing), or Nature, gives anyone or anything any slack.
So, is this a SDA thing, or an online game, or what?
How did the animals know to move to higher ground when the big Tsunami hit?Mercy...I think that mercy is a solely human construct. Mercy implies a consideration of mitigating circumstances. I can't think of an instance where God or nature demonstrates mercy.
Love and mercy require free-will, and cannot be forced.Yeah, but it's more a surrender to the essential paradoxes, isn't it? Like always reaching but never holding? Or trying to not try? I mean, even if the meaning is in the journey and not the destination, one must have a destination to begin the journey. You can't just sit on the couch and imagine the journey to save the effort.
Wouldn't that imbalance be a lack of love and mercy? Isn't that the reason why people do unjust things? Isn't that why we have the two greatest commandments, upon which "hang all the Laws and Prophets?"Justice is balance, but balance needs an essential imbalance to presuppose its necessity.
Matt 22:36-40 said:36 “Teacher, which is the great commandment in the law?”
37 Jesus said to him, “ ‘You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ 38 This is the first and great commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ 40 On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets.”
I think the book 'Gods Of Eden' was written by Andrew Collins, (he tends to bang on a bit about Atlantis but he's interesting rather than a nutter) but not 100% sure as been a good few years since I read it, lent to a friend, not got it back... (we've all been there).Kindest Regards, pfw!
BTW, I don't believe we have formally met before, welcome to CR!
An interesting point of view. Seems I recall Noriega was dethroned in part by U.S. Marines blasting Rock'n'Roll music...psyops,
I seem to recall reading in the early '90's about some experimental sonic weapons, large enough to be mounted on trucks, that could do some really nasty things to humans...
The book you mention sounds rather like something Von Daniken might write...
Didn't know that about ships and prop shafts-interesting. Thanks for 'resonant frequency'- I didn't know the correct term. Seems I'm going to be doing some catch up reading about sonic/sound weapons as I didn't know that about the HUMVEE mounted weapon (but I'll bet they can make a lethal version of it...)Actually, the military has an effective working model that is carried on the back of a HUMVEE. It is considered a non-lethal weapon used for riot control. The unit can focus on one individual out of a crowd, or at the crowd at large, and it does indeed make people run for cover (with no sustained damage).
The second part of your thought here deals with the physical laws of "resonant frequencies". Everything has a resonant frequency (or critical frequency), that when subjected to, can either counter or amplify to the point of structural failure. Even epileptics can be set off into a seizure by being subjected to vibration, sound or even light that has a particular frequency that the individual is sensitive to.
Another example is the propellor shafts of large ships. They each have a "critical RPM" that they can not be set to, unless one wishes to shake the ship apart. You can go above that critical RPM or stay below it...just can remain at the critical RPM for very long. Case in point would be one ship I served on for three years. Critical shaft RPM was 216. So, the Engineer would pitch out the Propellor blades and run at 214 shaft RPM, or pitch in the propellor blades and run at 218 shaft RPM. Try running at 216 shaft RPM and the whole back end of the ship would shake with tremendous violence.
Wow... RNA-DNA, know nothing about that (beyound the double helix and simple stuff) so I'll take your word for it-can you recomend any books (start simple please).pfw:
In the work and reading I've done there does appear to be a pervading and harmonic array of acoustic wave forms that compose some sort of scaffolding for the universal structure ( I'd say matrix, but that's too simple a concept since it's multidimensional beyond our four.). Current ideas are that the universe is a bulk of branes ( membranes) upon which are arrayed the stuff that's in there and out there.
The two new high energy colliders will begin to tell us more about the picture when they power-up over the next ten years or so beginning with CERNS's new toy this fall.
Our sun constantly washes us with not only light and heat, but zillions of low-frequency acoustic wave forms.
The Earth also generates them. As above, so below... and everything here is likely reflective of that.
Oh... and there's more than a little evidence pointing to the fact that RNA and DNA are based upon some sort of musically structured scaffolding.
Yeah...G-d. Music !
Just think of it all as "... music of the spheres?".
You may also want to look at some older posts by Marietta that tried to formalize some similar ideas, but she hasn't shown up for a while. Not avant garde' enough around here probably.
O.K., well...I'm thinking of "God" in a completely non-anthropomorphic sense. But, could you give me some examples?
As near as I can figure, the emrods were hemhorroids (sp) because the got them in their "secret parts".
Perhaps Thomas knows for sure.
Why? Who told you, come on, who was it! Have my kids been posting again? ... And stop laughing, all of you, it's no laughing matter, believe me!