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Re: Glastonbury resident antiquarians and festival,.
Aug 01, 2013, 10:12
Mustard wrote:
Astralcat wrote:
Mustard wrote:
Astralcat wrote:

No. I'm saying the Tor is a chakra. This is my experience and so my fact.

The tor isn't a chakra. That's my experience, and so it's a fact ;)

I wouldn't argue with that. That would be your experience and therefore your fact, whereas for me, my experience and therefore personal fact would be that it is. I think it's more of a philosophical issue really.

I think you're confusing the words "belief" and "fact". If we have two entirely different interpretations of what the tor is, then we haven't established a fact - we have established two different beliefs. A fact is something demonstrable, that can be proven to be true.

But I have demonstrably proven it to myself through direct experience to be true. Therefore, as far as I am concerned, it is a fact.
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