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Discussion in 'Religion & Politics' started by Baya Rae 4900, Nov 13, 2011.
but in most of the religions there is a believe of good and evil they are depending on each other to exist thats what it is
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Same thing (i.e. what Maggot said)
Hahaha. You guys think this is up for debate. Well, it isn't.
He told me that what you think doesn't matter.
He also asked me to order an extra kebab.
I didn't argue.
On either point.
Hahaha. You fag think this is up for ur aprobation. Well, it isn't.
Incorrect use. Of Punctuation.
Yet. Who am I. To judge?
Supreme Good and Supreme Evil are working for the same boss, God or The All. The system is a test and it wants you to fail if you deserve it. Most do not deserve ascension so they fail and are damned to be reincarnated to this level of existence. However, on occasion souls are reincarnated to this existence over and over despite they don't deserve it, but they know that they aren't doing anything wrong.
I'm with God.
Fuck Snorlax,you are like some patron saint of boring unfunny shit.
Wow, some people are such tools and I'm not talking about Snorlax.
I bet they share an apartment.
2 words that sums up God and Satan:
That is Jesus and Judas
What has two thumbs and doesn't give two shits?
This sounds like a sitcom.
There is no such thing as evil or good. It's all just based on nature and how people think what is the thing for themselves or region.
Lol I use to think this way to and then I saw how LSD effects and manifests events in reality. Users who are moral and just are rewarded with good karma and those who aren't receive bad karma. Now if this is actually happening (as opposed to everyone just tripping balls, but if everyone is experiencing the same hallucination, then it really isn't a hallucination) it would mean 1 of 2 things are happening: that morality and/or karma is a quantitative aspect of the universe or that something of a higher power (than humans) is controlling events to such a degree that it appears that morality/karma is a quantitative aspect of the universe. Now I have seen enough of this to know that this isn't simply chance, but hermetic causality and specifically synchronicity.
In the former option it would mean that morality is not a human concept, but physical quality of the universe in the same way electromagnetism or strong/weak nuclear force is. The only being that can impose such a fundamental law like that would be the feminine aspect of The All or if we live in a computer program that enforces morality (I suspect the feminine aspect of The All for multiple reasons).
In the later option it would require an incredibly powerful being (something equal or nearly equal to the power we humans would associate with the multiverse maker) that can enforce this karmatic morality everywhere continuously or a possibly infinite number of lesser beings (lesser in comparison to God) just enforcing it on smaller scales. If it is conscious enforcement of karmatic morality, it would be the masculine aspect of the Godhead (as the feminine aspect is the subconscious in the Godhead). If it is lesser beings enforcing this morality, then they are working, guided, or playing by a universally consistent set of rules which would only be imposed by something such as a Godhead or computer matrix.
While I am still only a novice in Hermeticism, I am concluding based on the fact that I believe that The All/Godhead designs intelligently, it would be It (the feminine aspect in this case) that carries out this enforcement of karmatic morality. The All would simply design karmatic morality into the basic fundamental laws of existence as we can all assume that The All/Godhead has more important things to do than simply maintain Its creation. In this case the masculine aspect of the Godhead can carry out more important aspects of Its job as The All.
Why do nearly all cultures (who hasn't had any contact with each other until recently) share the basic moral codes (no killing, stealing, raping, etc.)?
The Satanism thread is that way ==>
That is really hard to answer, but from my statement before I was saying it in a naturalist point of view. Humans developed these moral codes as a byproduct of evolution because they developed judgement and reason. Before the Homo Sapiens, animals didn't have that type reasoning or judgement that we do. They were just fighting for survival and to pass their genes. They don't know what is good or evil.
Maybe because some religions are older than we think.