My own viewpoints & beliefs come from the amalgamation (<----- oooooo big word ..proud of myself) of the experience of being a "spirit-filled" Christian, study of Edgar Cayce's readings, openness to the existence of ETs, and my own research as led by, what I know as “the Holy Spirit”. In that order
This is actually an excerpt from a thread on another board I clipped to start this one:
lawlessline wrote:Scentsy wrote:yes, lawlessline, I should have said bloodlines. This story goes much deeper than we know, I'm sure. I follow political news pretty close. Maybe I shouldn't so much as it tends to make me cynical. I know it is merely a distraction....but I still have to know
I come from a religious background as I was born again in 1980 and spent 20 years in an evangelical charismatic church. But my thoughts and impressions have been opened to other things in the last 10 yrs.
I only say that to explain why I don't feel like I should just dive into youtube just yet. I tend to have to chew things up a bit at a time before I allow too much food on the table :)
Please don't think I'm a bible thumper, but I may hold some different insight that others here don't have.
Mudra, may I ask why you refer to Beck as lawless?
Thanx for the link orthodoxy. I'd never heard of Bill Cooper. You and I probably have much to discuss
I think that we all are for a reason and I am sure you know why you are here.
As for the bible basher, I think you have a lot more to give than that and every virew is important. I suppose it like keeping an eye on every ball, but there are just soo many balls in the air that I rely on you as everyone here to be straight and honest with how they feel and see things. in that way I will learn alot.
You cann't take one picture of the world, you need to take at least 6 fotos to cover the entire globe, and even then it is not a detail view. So, the more the views the better the picture.Sounds like you are on the London underground or metro. hope you're not stuck for too long.orthodoxymoron wrote:I'll bet we do Scentsy. I'm stuck between the secular and the sacred,
I like your synopsis @lawlesslessline
@Orthodoxymoron...Edgar Cayce was a man, raised in the church, & read the bible through every year that he lived. He was known as a psychic and a healer. He did not channel others but was able to access the Akashic himself. I think you might find his readings very helpful. It all fits.