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Re: Glastonbury resident antiquarians and festival,.
Jul 31, 2013, 18:59
Astralcat wrote:
ryaner wrote:
Astralcat wrote:
If one worked with specific spiritual practices, you would pretty soon discover that chakras are a spiritual/metaphysical fact. It's just that they're not part of your experience or belief system. Highly illumined and advanced men and women from so many cultures and traditions throughout the ages have discovered their 'strange beliefs' to be fact, and not deception. It's all about framework/knowledge system and levels of perception.


The 'highly illumined' people who sacrificed these children probably believed that by doing so they could influence the weather. It was probably a deeply held spiritual belief. Maybe even the kids believed it. Most people nowadays know it to be bollocks. You don't have to be highly illumined to 'see' that.

Yeah right pal. 'How To Contain And Isolate Ancient Knowledge Via Examples Of Isolated Cruel Fact In A Convenient Jam Jar Courtesy Of The Daily Heil ', no less. Apart from a few intrepid independent thinkers, most of you are all just STONES AND COMPASSES. That's it. No Spirit. It's like you wander around in your thick socks with your maps and agendas and just don't GET something so vital. SPIRIT. You need 'EVIDENCE'. Are you so boringly immune to the very real magic of these sacred places ? Sadly, it would seem so. You are all just wasting your time and gazing at rocks and arguing about the antiquity of large pebbles. Nothing more. No Soul. No Spirit.

ps: no members of Steely Dan where clubbed over the head in the making of this post.

Oh dear. How incredibly arrogant, to assume that because people don't subscribe to your world-view, they're therefore soulless and don't experience a sense of magic. Obviously your spiritual progress has excluded humility ;)
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