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Martin Luther, one of God's six children
06-28-2010, 12:10 AM
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Martin Luther, one of God's six children
Telepathy is the universal means of communication. This is how the fetus in the vomb communicates with his mother, this is how God communicates.
Dreams are telepathy in the sleeping state, both tend to symbolize. There is a method that can be learned, and it leads to a whole new understanding of the world around us. It will enable you to understand the life-death-rebirt cycle, learn past lives including your own.
Usually we think of God as the creator, an omnipotent, omnipresent being. Reality is somewhat different. The Creator creates and manages matter from the subatomic to galaxies. Life supporting planets have their own moral and spiritual leader we would call God.
For Earth, our God and his wife have six children: Moses, Jesus, Mohamed, pope John XXIII, Gandhi and the Dalai Lama. We are all subject to the rebirth cycle, born here once in approx a thousand years. Thus, Moses has lived at the time of Jesus as one of the wise men said to have visited him at his birth, then lived again as King Ibn Saud, founder of Saudi Arabia. Jesus in his previous existence was Joshua, leader of the Jews, then lived as Jesus, then lived as St. Francis of Assisi, and again lived a short life in the 1990s in Croatia, and was stabbed to death at age 7. The Mahatma Gandhi in his previous life was another of the three wise men, before that was the Gautama Buddha.
Martin Luther in his previous life has been know as the prophet Mohamed. What history does not tell us, is that Mohamed as an adult contracted polio. By then quite well known they could not admit to having been stricken with such a debilitating disease, so they created the myth that people should not see his face. Khadija was one of his wives. As Martin Luther, Khadija again was his wife.
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03-06-2011, 01:18 PM
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RE: Martin Luther, one of God's six children
(06-28-2010 12:10 AM)Kathie Bondar Wrote:  Telepathy is the universal means of communication. This is how the fetus in the vomb communicates with his mother, this is how God communicates.

Fetuses do not communicate telepathically, they communicate through an umbilical cord. If you're going to defend your religion, get the facts right.

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03-06-2011, 02:13 PM (This post was last modified: 03-06-2011 02:17 PM by Painkiller.)
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RE: Martin Luther, one of God's six children
Has anyone read James White's Sector General books? There's an alien race in that who are savage, mindless predators with matching male-and-female genitalia who automatically impregnate themselves. The foetus gestates for over a decade, during which time it develops both extreme intelligence and powerful psychic abilities, and communicates telepathically with other unborn foetuses (including the one it gestates in its own womb before birth), developing a complex and beautiful mental culture, but is completely unable to affect the actions of the killing machine it's trapped inside or engage with the physical world at all. When it gives birth the adult dies and the foetus loses its sentience, effectively "dying" as it becomes a mindless killer.

Anyway, what?
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03-06-2011, 04:55 PM
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RE: Martin Luther, one of God's six children
Sounds like an interesting book. I also agree with the "what?"

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03-06-2011, 09:49 PM
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RE: Martin Luther, one of God's six children
It looks as though the 'what' is that Martin Luther was in a former life Muhammad. Hadn't heard that one before. Why is it that no one was ever Joe the Ditch Digger or Sally the Watercress Seller in a former life?

The Sector General books sound interesting - worth picking up or do they follow in the footsteps of the Wheel of Time series?
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