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Divine Wisdom

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  1. Hi! I'm new to the forum and thought I'd introduce myself. Currently, I'm studying Zarathustra, Ahura Mazda, Hare Krishna and Jesus. All have similar background's (immaculate conception, evil vs good spirits, sin, etc..) Feel free to do your own research. Personally, I was raised Christian and taught Sunday school for years. It wasn't until a student wrote me a letter that I started to question my faith. Warning: if you are offended easily, please do not read below! Things I do not believe but are not limited to: 1. The Creation of the Universe. Not only that, but a magical sky being existing beyond space and time that isn't contradictory, being responsible for doing the creating. 2. Magical flying sky beings impregnating virgins and making magical babies that are really the same god that impregnated the virgin in the first place. 3. Dead people crawling up out of the ground and then convincing people they are alive and well. 4. Praying to a magical man in the sky can Change the course of the weather, calm seas, cure disease, ease pain, stop suffering and the person praying for a better life. 5. The idea that unconditional love and a reward in an Afterlife in heaven awaits, regardless of the crimes you commit in this life, as ling as the magic man has forgiven you. 6. A magical afterlife where believers meet their dead loved ones once again and everyone will be spiritually alive and happy together, not like they are in real life on this planet. 7. Unconditional love is unconditional. Of course it is unconditional as long as you believe, open your heart, submit and never engage in blasphemy or apostasy. (SIDE NOTE: Babies who don't have their heads sprinkled with water burn in hell too.) 8. The idea that ritualistic cannibalism and blood sacrifice, in rememberce of the flying sky being, that involve imbiding grape juice or wine that can magically turn into actual blood or eating bread that transubstantes into real living flesh in a believers tummy is reasonably sane. 9. The creator god thing inspired the writing of a non-contradictory holy book that only appears to be full of contradictions that aren't really contradictions as long as a theist makes up enough excuses to resolve them. 10. The magical Jesus-man thing, the son of a virgin impregnated by the flying sky god, who is actually the flying sky god himself in baby form, and who is also something called a Holy Ghost, is worshipped because the original God could think of no other way to bring forgiveness to mankind than to kill himself in a blood sacrifice while he pretended to be his own son. I was absolutely appalled & shocked obviously! But, that is what started my journey to studying religious indoctrination & social influences.
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    Greetings Reo! Surgical joke: Doctor: Nurse, how is that little girl doing who swallowed ten quarters last night? Nurse: No change yet 😁😂🤣
  3. Hi! I just left California. Kings Canyon was over the top 👍
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