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Natural Law is not the same as Common Law


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On 12/2/2021 at 6:34 AM, Stephen Truth Seeker said:

Is any human powerfull enough to make a judgement  over another human?

 

People do it all the time. The only power required to judge is the intellectual capacity to do it. A judgment is a mere thought. Just like a "law".

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On 9/4/2021 at 5:53 PM, Stephen Truth Seeker said:

Two different types of Law one is created by Nature/Universal Intelligence  the other is created by Humans.


I see universal law/natural law as the hermetic principles - everything is bound by these principles whether it be human, ant, plant, tree, cloud, water etc.

 

Common law of man, used to be styled around natural laws - protecting free-will/sovereignity while protecting from harm - then they soon became draconian, until we’re at the place that every aspect of life has nonsensical laws attached. 
 

I really like this particular narration of the Kybalion detailing the hermetic principles governing life:

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, DaleP said:

I haven't watched these yet. Have heard of Mark Passio.....is he legit?

 

He explains his background in one of the presentations iirc. Definitely worth watching.

 

 

 

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17 hours ago, zarkov said:

He explains his background in one of the presentations iirc. Definitely worth watching.

OK I watched the first video.

I would listen to ex-satanist than a newager like that Irish guy who has a fluffy idea.

I'd say MP knows how to fight if he needs to.

 

 

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