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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #30 on: November 11, 2012, 03:42:27 AM »
God should be a It or a He. But not a She. On the other hand, many Indians believe in Kali that is a Goddess.

But the question is "Shall we..." meaning "Will we..." instead of "Should we...". But I am not that good in English lol.
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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #31 on: December 09, 2012, 11:03:15 PM »
Question everything, especially god, question until you cannot question anymore, never believe in something that you were told, prove it for yourself, then find who this self is, and question even that.
Never become a Christian. If you want to become something, become a Christ. Never become a Buddhist. If you want to become something, become a Buddha.

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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #32 on: December 29, 2012, 07:33:47 PM »
A topic like this is a good example of the human dilemma. WE are all deluded to a point, and cannot deal directly with the matters at hand. It is simple science, but our daily life does not offer us the freedom to have productive daily lives unless we get right to the point of the matter first, then build upon that.

If we bypass what i just said, we are wasting our time at least to a point. No matter what, we are in our deluded ego. That is the sciecne of this exiostence. I find no one online who wants to help me in spreading truth or dealing with the egoic matter at hand.

We all just waste our time. We have to start at the basic science of the atom...positive/negative charge and the vibration...and how it affects our soul'

Bypass what i just said, we are all in the same delusion headed to the path of light when we die, and to the surrounding darkness whch is hell, because we did not deal with the basic science of the atom.

the answers are all provided, and maybe 5 people give a damn. there is the matter at hand.

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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #33 on: December 29, 2012, 10:11:34 PM »
deluded ?, speak for yourself lol.
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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #34 on: December 30, 2012, 05:36:23 PM »
delusion is an accurate description. it involves the balance of positive/negative within the atom as the electron spins around.

When we enter this dimension, there is an automatic balance that occurs...before anything else.

Our soul is us, before we enter this dimension. It is purely positively charged...a negative charge immediately attaches...resulting in ego...a pure delusion.

That is our life's purpose...to overcome ego and die without the negative charge attached.

That way we go down the path of light...otherwise we get kicked off into the darkness surrounding the light...hell.

You can play games here and argue what i say, but that is you, the uneducated, verses me, the author

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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #35 on: December 30, 2012, 10:25:24 PM »
With all respect Softly, you sound very egocentic,  I feel what you say has no reality to it, we don't have to be anything, we are already that which IS, we only need to realize that.
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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #36 on: December 30, 2012, 10:37:09 PM »
Slice, you are placing labels upon everything with no sharing of knowledge. You simply cannot comment on wise words without first doing some work, such as research, so that you can teach. Seek truth, then teach.

Please do not just offer your opinion. I have a friend who is exactly like you, and he is a brick wall in the head, but throws his opinion all over. No one wants anything to do with him when it comes to discussion.

He also talks about people behind their back, and is a total hypocrite. That is ego, and I can continue to explain it to you if you like. I am here to help.

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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #37 on: January 01, 2013, 10:29:37 PM »
Slice, you are placing labels upon everything with no sharing of knowledge. You simply cannot comment on wise words without first doing some work, such as research, so that you can teach. Seek truth, then teach.

Please do not just offer your opinion. I have a friend who is exactly like you, and he is a brick wall in the head, but throws his opinion all over. No one wants anything to do with him when it comes to discussion.

He also talks about people behind their back, and is a total hypocrite. That is ego, and I can continue to explain it to you if you like. I am here to help.


Hi Softly, well first of all I have already had an Awakening, I have even written a book about my experience. The thing that I personally found is that there is nothing we can do to be Enlightened, we are that already, so when I see others making it all sound so complicated, I just have to get the stick out lol.
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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #38 on: January 01, 2013, 11:39:31 PM »
Then you either understand that the ego is the Human problem, and we need to acknowledge that we are deluded, or you have another reason that people all have great difficulty finding truth. It is a simple process and simple math explains it...the cause of the Human problem.

When someone explains this process and it is not accepted by people, which is inevitable, leaving a trail of knowledge is an alternative...as there will be followers seeking truth.

But just placing labels and making statements does nothing. What we do best now, as a species, is show that we cannot be trusted. If we reverse roles, become alien and study humanity, we will condemn it. The ego has us living a delusion.

The last person you can trust is the one living in a delusion. The next to last is the one who is materialistic. And then there is the salesman. And then the religious fanatic who has an easy road to self glory among those in their club.

Truth seekers just do not have any incentive to exist.

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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #39 on: January 02, 2013, 02:36:37 AM »
Hi again Softly, yes I agree with you, on one level that is true, on my level of teaching, I go for the kill, not playing around with fancy words and ideas, hell there's already too much of that going on, the scriptures are full of it. We don't really know if an alien can look at us any diffent, who knows, we might be the most advanced beings in the whole galaxy where we live. We are here to enjoy our own creations, for we as Consciousness can only enjoy our creations through some type of mind body, everything is no more than a pleasure spong. Its only when we forget this that we suffer. We don't have to do anything else, other than to realize our true Nature, and even if we don't, we are still our true Nature, in the end it doesn't matter.
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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #40 on: January 02, 2013, 05:01:54 AM »
I have done my job here. You will find out for sure who is right. I have started a change in humanity, and it will only take a few years to complete. My 20 page eBooks give the truth and they will blow readers away.

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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #41 on: January 02, 2013, 05:17:13 AM »
I have done my job here. You will find out for sure who is right. I have started a change in humanity, and it will only take a few years to complete. My 20 page eBooks give the truth and they will blow readers away.


It doesn't mater who is wrong or right, if someone gets something out of what you or I share, that is all that matters, this is not a compertion who is right or wrong, that thinking belongs to the ego, or someones psychosis.
My book, "you are already there" is my own experience in Consciousness, if it helps someone then that's good, if it doesn't, then that's good also.

So, where can I find your e-books, would,nt mind having  a look.:-)
Never become a Christian. If you want to become something, become a Christ. Never become a Buddhist. If you want to become something, become a Buddha.

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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #42 on: January 02, 2013, 05:56:37 AM »
just google:

Deal Or No Deal  Wade Welch (the human problem)
Act Of Giving  (the solution)
Who Am I?   (my autobiography)
Home Sweet...Hell  (afterlife)

I have Feds all around me at times. My current job had a secret Service agent waiting for me before I started, who came every day and sat and watched me. Asked my boss who he was and he said dunno, he started hanging out here two says ago. After about 2 weeks i told him to go home. He said he retired from Vought as a titanium machinist, the job I turned down...same as the guy in the psyche ward (retired from Vought as a titanium machinist and started the same month I said no).

Is your book online and free?

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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #43 on: January 02, 2013, 06:07:08 AM »
Robert, we have totally different philosophies. I keep my books 20 pages to deliver a message. 212 pages is just way to many.

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Re: Shall we question God?
« Reply #44 on: January 02, 2013, 10:33:30 PM »
Robert, we have totally different philosophies. I keep my books 20 pages to deliver a message. 212 pages is just way to many.
Hi Softly, I have a feeling I know you, maybe from Spiritual Forums,......yes I will check out you books.
No I don't have my book for free, but I can send you a copy for free if you give me your email address.
My book has about 208 pages, its the story of my Awakening experience, I have only just finished it, I also have an American publisher who is going to try and get it out there.:-)
Never become a Christian. If you want to become something, become a Christ. Never become a Buddhist. If you want to become something, become a Buddha.


 

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