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Old 05-06-2014, 09:14 AM   #181
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You must have an automated ID link alarm set-up expose?
It's called logging-on and seeing that someone has posted.

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How would you even know if its not automated programming which writes all these posts?
You could be a bot. I'm pretty sure LG is by the amount of posts it has accumulated.

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You think to know but you don't really know ..........
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But some of these original slaves which ended up being the so called Masons abused the original reincarnation gift & ended up being expelled from having this true Golden treasure of real knowledge.
How did they abuse the gift?

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Also just for your personal information;
1) there are animals;
2) there are people;
3) there are humans; & there are spiritual humans.
So there are people who are not humans? Last I checked people is defined as "human beings in general or considered collectively."

You like to write a lot of nonsense.
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Old 05-06-2014, 07:31 PM   #182
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Old 07-06-2014, 08:40 PM   #183
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Sturmer is a village in the county of Essex, England, United Kingdom, 3 km (2 miles) SE of Haverhill and close to the county border with Suffolk. Its name was originally "Stour Mere", from the river Stour. The mere still exists today to the north-EaSt of The village also gives its name to the Sturmer Pippin apple which was grown in the orchards of the village..Today there is little of this local industry left. Sturmer is home to the 14th century Red Lion Inn and a garden centre, while the oldest cottage is Linnetts in Linnetts Lane that also dates from the 14th century...

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13 years after World War II, Lucia meets Max again.. He is now the night porter at a Vienna hotel and a reluctant member of a group of former Nazis, attempting to cover up their past by wiping out witnesses to their wartime activities.. Max and Lucia soon fall back into their sadomasochistic relationship which eventually threatens them both..The movie also raises the issue of sleeper Nazi cells and their control, and possibly hints at what could have spurred the 1960s reaction to the Red Army Faction (aka Baader-Meinhof)..The Red Army Faction existed from 1970 to 1998, committing numerous operations, especially in late 1977, which led to a national crisis that became .known as "German Autumn"..

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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showt...141992&page=33It's a fact. Yeah. You see, uh, Sicilians have, uh, black blood pumpin' through their hearts.. Hey, no, if eh, if eh, if you don't believe me, uh, you can look it up.. Hundreds and hundreds of years ago, uh, you see, uh, the Moors conquered Sicily.. And the Moors are niggers..So you see, way back then, uh, Sicilians were like, uh, wops from Northern Italy.. Ah, they all had blonde hair and blue eyes, but, uh, well, then the Moors moved in there, and uh, well, they changed the whole country.. They did so much fuckin' with Sicilian women, huh-That they changed the whole bloodline forever. That's why blonde hair and blue eyes became black hair and dark skin. You know, it's absolutely amazing to me to think that to this day, hundreds of years later, that, uh, that Sicilians still carry that nigger gene... http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...8&postcount=81
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Old 07-06-2014, 09:23 PM   #184
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In July 1937 the team suffered a setback when Japan invaded Manchuria in China, ruining Schäfer’s plans to use the Yangtze River to reach Tibet. Schäfer flew to London to seek permission to travel through India, but was turned down by the British government who feared an imminent war with Germany..Another problem in the preparations for the Tibetan expedition occurred during a duck hunting accident on November 9, 1937 when Schäfer, his wife of 4 months, and 2 servants were in a rowboat.. A sudden wave caused Schäfer to drop his gun which broke in 2 and discharged, mortally wounding his wife. Despite subsequent emotional problems, Schäfer was back to work on the expedition in 8 weeks..The 1938-1939 German Expedition to Tibet was a May 1938 – August 1939 G scientific expedition led by G Zoologist and SS officer Ernst Schäfer..In Geheimnis Tibet, Schäfer himself states that the primary objective for the expedition was the creation of a complete scientific record of Tibet, through a synthesis of geology, botany, zoology, and ethnology, referred to in the German science of the day as "holism"..Reacting to Dr Isrun Engelhardt’s conclusions that the Schäfer Expedition was "purely scientific" and her claim that the historical context of Germany in the 1930s makes the expedition's goals appear as somehow sinister,British writer Peter Hale observes that "while the idea of ‘Nazi botany’ or ‘Nazi ornithology’ is probably absurd, other sciences are not so innocent – and Schäfer’s small expedition represented a cross-section of German science in the 1930s." To Hale, this has considerable significance as "under the Third Reich anthropology and medicine were cold-bloodedly exploited to support and enact a murderous creed"..According to Christopher Hale, as Ernst Schäfer was demanding more than 60'000 Reichsmarks for his expedition and the coffers of the SS were depleted at the time, he was forced to raise the funds himself..According to researcher Isrun Engelhardt, the expedition was not funded by the Ahnenerbe.. Ernst Schäfer raised the funds by himself, 80% of which came from Public Relations and Advertising Council of German Industry (Werberat der deutschen Wirtschaft) as well as large German business enterprises, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation) and Brooke Dolan II. Himmler's friends circle sponsored only the flight Back to Germany...
According to the US Forces, the expedition's funding was provided by various public and private contributors, with the return flight to Germany paid for by the SS. The cost of equipping the expedition was RM 65,000, and the expedition itself cost another RM 65,000, excluding the flight back, which was financed by the SS..

Werberat der Deutschen Wirtschaft (Propaganda Council for German Economy) - RM 40.000

I.G. Farbenindustrie (through Filchner, Tibet explorer) - RM 35,000
Illustrierter and Voelkischer Beobachter - RM 40,000 (Eher Publishing House, later claimed sponsorship of the expedition.)

Reichsforschungsdienst (Reich Research Service) - RM 6,000
Deutsche Forschungsgesellschaft (German Research Society) - RM 10,000
Hecker, head of Ilseder Huette - RM 2,000

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During the trip to Tibet’s highlands, Beger began making facial casts of local people, including his personal servant, a Nepalese Sherpa named Passang. During the first casting, paste got into one of Passang’s nostrils and he panicked, tearing at the mask. Schäfer threatened the employment of the porters who had seen the incident, if they told anyone. However, most of the Tibetans had a much more friendly and light-hearted attitude, and a solid amount of photographic and film footage remains of smiling and laughing Tibetans undergoing facial and skull feature measurements..In March 1939, the expedition left Lhasa, heading for Gyantse and escorted by a Tibetan official. After exploring the ruins of the ancient deserted capital city of Jalung Phodrang, they reached Shigatse, the city of the panchen lamas, in April. They received a warm welcome from the locals, with thousands coming out to greet them.. In a 1946 "Final Interrogation Report by American Intelligence", Schäfer claims to have met "the pro-German regent of Shigatse" (the 9th Panchen Lama had died in 1937 and the 10th was not to arrive before 1951). In May, the expedition returned to Gyantse where negotiations were held with local British officials about the trip back to India and transport of the expeditions’s gear and collections..The G's collected anything they could: thousands of artifacts, a huge number of plants and animals, including live specimens.. They sent back specimens of 3 breeds of Tibetan dogs, rare feline species, wolves, badgers, foxes, animal and bird skins..Schäfer kept meticulous notes on the religious and cultural customs of the Tibetans, from their various colorful Buddhist festivals to Tibetan attitudes towards marriage, rape, menstruation, childbirth, homosexuality and masturbation.. In his account of Tibetan homosexuality he describes the various positions taken by older lamas with younger boys and then goes on to explain how homosexuality played an important role in the higher politics of Tibet.. There are pages of careful observation of Himalayan people engaged in a variety of intimate acts..Heinrich Harrer, an expert alpinist, was a member of the SS Alpine unit. The unit practised on the Eiger mountain in Switzerland in 1938. When the group returned to Germany, Hitler met with them..In May 1939, Harrer was selected by the German Himalayan Foundation to take part in a new expedition to the Nanga Parbat, one of the highest Indian mountains, under the leadership of Peter Aufschnaiter. Their goal was to discover new ways to make the ascent of the North-western face. In August 1939, their mission accomplished, the team left for Karachi, where a vessel was supposed to have recovered them..The Japanese expedition to Tibet was an intelligence mission undertaken by Jinzō Nomoto (野本 甚蔵 Nomoto Jinzō) in Tibet in 1939..During the 1930s the Imperial Intelligence Services was interested in knowing in depth about Tibet and Xinjiang. In the Kantogun headquarters a series of undercover operations were organized and Jinzō Nomoto and others were sent on such missions.. By coincidence Germany also sent expeditions to the same areas at around the same time...
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Old 28-06-2014, 06:33 PM   #185
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Plato's Phaedo , also known to ancient readers as Plato's On The Soul, is one of the great dialogues of his middle period, along with the Republic and the Symposium. The Phaedo, which depicts the death of Socrates, is also Plato's fourth and last dialogue to detail the philosopher's final days, following Euthyphro, Apology, and Crito..

In the dialogue, Socrates discusses the nature of the afterlife on his last day before being executed by drinking hemlock. Socrates has been imprisoned and sentenced to death by an Athenian jury for not believing in the gods of the state (though some scholars think it was more for his support of "philosopher kings" as opposed to democracy) and for corrupting the youth of the city. The dialogue is told from the perspective of one of Socrates' students, Phaedo of Elis. Having been present at Socrates' death bed, Phaedo relates the dialogue from that day to Echecrates, a Pythagorean philosopher. By engaging in dialectic with a group of Socrates' friends, including the Thebans Cebes and Simmias, Socrates explores various arguments for the soul's immortality in order to show that there is an afterlife in which the soul will dwell following death. Phaedo tells the story that following the discussion, he and the others were there to witness the death of Socrates..

One of the main themes in the Phaedo is the idea that the soul is immortal. Socrates offers four arguments for the soul's immortality:

The Cyclical Argument, or Opposites Argument explains that Forms are eternal and unchanging, and as the soul always brings life, then it must not die, and is necessarily "imperishable". As the body is mortal and is subject to physical death, the soul must be its indestructible opposite. Plato then suggests the analogy of fire and cold. If the form of cold is imperishable, and fire, its opposite, was within close proximity, it would have to withdraw intact as does the soul during death. This could be likened to the idea of the opposite charges of magnets.

The Theory of Recollection explains that we possess some non-empirical knowledge (e.g. The Form of Equality) at birth, implying the soul existed before birth to carry that knowledge. Another account of the theory is found in Plato's Meno, although in that case Socrates implies anamnesis (previous knowledge of everything) whereas he is not so bold in Phaedo.

The Affinity Argument, explains that invisible, immortal, and incorporeal things are different from visible, mortal, and corporeal things. Our soul is of the former, while our body is of the latter, so when our bodies die and decay, our soul will continue to live.

The Argument from Form of Life, or The Final Argument explains that the Forms, incorporeal and static entities, are the cause of all things in the world, and all things participate in Forms. For example, beautiful things participate in the Form of Beauty; the number four participates in the Form of the Even, etc. The soul, by its very nature, participates in the Form of Life, which means the soul can never dye...
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Old 08-07-2014, 11:22 PM   #186
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=376What, if some day or night a demon were to steal after you into your loneliest loneliness and say to you: 'This life as you now live it and have lived it, you will have to live once more and innumerable times more' ... Would you not throw yourself down and gnash your teeth and curse the demon who spoke thus? Or have you once experienced a tremendous moment when you would have answered him: 'You are a God and never have I heard anything more divine...http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=582
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From the religious perspective eveyone has an eternal spirit.
Correct me if I am wrong please Masons?
All Masons must be from a religious faith, so why would any Mason not believe in reincarnation?

To have an eternal spirit you must reincarnate.
But not necessarily here on earth, there are many different planets to reincarnate on in the universe.

But then again not everyone here in human form is human. Not part of your knowledge or learning I know
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Old 05-08-2014, 10:24 PM   #189
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To have an eternal spirit you must reincarnate.
But not necessarily here on earth, there are many different planets to reincarnate on in the universe.
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But then again not everyone here in human form is human. Not part of your knowledge or learning I know
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From the religious perspective eveyone has an eternal spirit.
Correct me if I am wrong please Masons?
All Masons must be from a religious faith, so why would any Mason not believe in reincarnation?

To have an eternal spirit you must reincarnate.
But not necessarily here on earth, there are many different planets to reincarnate on in the universe.

But then again not everyone here in human form is human. Not part of your knowledge or learning I know
While reincarnation may not be taught in the craft, royal arch and mark master degrees that does not imply that it is somehow heretical or whatever. I cant speak for other side orders.

There is nothing to say a mason cannot believe in reincarnation. The bible supports the idea of it.

Freemasonry is not some rigid belief system where you join and get indoctrinated into a specific set of beliefs that you cannot question. That is the job of the church!
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While reincarnation may not be taught in the craft, royal arch and mark master degrees that does not imply that it is somehow heretical or whatever. I cant speak for other side orders.

There is nothing to say a mason cannot believe in reincarnation. The bible supports the idea of it.

Freemasonry is not some rigid belief system where you join and get indoctrinated into a specific set of beliefs that you cannot question. That is the job of the church!
I was probably making an over simplistic point I know.
But also if a person does not believe in reincarnation, surely that would emotionally absolve them from taking responsibility from their actions in this life? This brings the theory of karmic energy aka balance in all things into play.
Karma isn't bad or revenge as some people think, it's all about balance and learning what you need to learn. Although karma can give a hell of a kick if you need it.
Karma transcends one life if the deeds are bad enough in that life.

But we also get into the debate about whether reincarnation is a prison or trap?
Religion would probably not consider that possibility?
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But I am incredulous that Masonry teaches nothing about alien life and interaction with people on this planet for hundreds of thousands of years!!

This is for me why the Masonic teachings have no interest. It has a limited bandwidth of knowledge and understanding.
Will the Masons adopt alien presence within its doctrines as indeed the Catholic church is preparing for disclosure? Albeit a limited and heavily controlled one.

Adapt and survive surely?
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But I am incredulous that Masonry teaches nothing about alien life and interaction with people on this planet for hundreds of thousands of years!!
Why would we?

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And couldn't the same be said about you?
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Why would we?
Because you cannot become learned men without knowing our origins and who our stewards and controllers are.
You learn the orthodox from the writings of just men.

You follow the program slavishly and learn more about the program, but you never learn of anything outside of the program. What program?
To be fair the Masons are A -typical of the rest of society, lied to but also locked more deeply within the program.

Box life as we call it.

If the craft says nothing about our origins and the co-existance of our species with other highly intelligent species then the craft is worthless.
A relic of a bygone era and which was lacking the central facts about our presence here in the first place
It was never relevent, it was and is a deception of the truth about the multiverse.
You cannot build a stealth aircraft when you only have a 1/10 of the parts list.

As I said the RC church is preparing for disclosure, are the Masons preparing? You should know.
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Man fails because he thinks of everything in terms of man and the words of men.

You intently study and learn a craft that was intrinsically lacking when it was made by men. Men who knew nothing of the other species
who are here all the time and have been stewarding us for hundreds of thousands of years.

I know you will shout and bleat and mock, but there is the bare truth for you.
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Old 06-08-2014, 11:16 AM   #197
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I took a young and very recently qualified Architect with me to undertake a building and storage capacity survey of an old firm of Lawyers in the Financial quarter of the City of London.

He had just finsihed and passed his BA in Architecture and well on his way to becoming an RIBA member. However he knew nothing about Computer Aided Design. CAD is the industry standard for all design work and from which quantiteis are measured and energy ratings designed and prepared. But to learn CAD was not a compulsory requirement of becoming a qualified Architect.
Very few bothered apparently

How foolish?
As we say in the professions.....No CAD = no job.
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Old 06-08-2014, 11:19 AM   #198
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Old 06-08-2014, 05:55 PM   #199
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I was probably making an over simplistic point I know.
But also if a person does not believe in reincarnation, surely that would emotionally absolve them from taking responsibility from their actions in this life? This brings the theory of karmic energy aka balance in all things into play.
Karma isn't bad or revenge as some people think, it's all about balance and learning what you need to learn. Although karma can give a hell of a kick if you need it.
Karma transcends one life if the deeds are bad enough in that life.

But we also get into the debate about whether reincarnation is a prison or trap?
Religion would probably not consider that possibility?
Not really. A Christian may not believe in it but would expect judgement after death. Back in the early days they did believe in it though.

Reincarnation can be a prison or an opportunity for liberation depending on your viewpoint. If you hate the world and cant take control of your life then you probably will see it as a trap rather than a chance to grow or work our negative karma.
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Old 06-08-2014, 05:57 PM   #200
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I took a young and very recently qualified Architect with me to undertake a building and storage capacity survey of an old firm of Lawyers in the Financial quarter of the City of London.

He had just finsihed and passed his BA in Architecture and well on his way to becoming an RIBA member. However he knew nothing about Computer Aided Design. CAD is the industry standard for all design work and from which quantiteis are measured and energy ratings designed and prepared. But to learn CAD was not a compulsory requirement of becoming a qualified Architect.
Very few bothered apparently

How foolish?
As we say in the professions.....No CAD = no job.
You would think that they would give training if the person was a suitable catch
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