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On the Mystic's Path: Part Nine

I’m going to be very careful on this one.

Normally my writing is very open.

In this case I’m going to be deliberately vague.

My hope is that if anyone in that organization reads this they will simply ignore it instead of throwing comments my way or criticizing me. 976 more words

Quantum Mechanics In Layman's Terms [Up-Goer-Five Compliant]

Someone asked another person to explain Schrodinger’s Cat in layman’s terms. Seeing that the person rather failed at it, I decided to write an Up-Goer-Five compliant thing explaining it. 2,967 more words


Sybok and the King of Tyre

Nobody wants to talk about Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. Even in other Star Trek works they avoid talking about it and Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek felt that some parts had questionable canonicity- so even he didn’t want to talk about. 2,396 more words


Whether You Like it or Not

For those who have accepted Christ into your lives: you have God watching over you all the time; whether you like it or not. And, whether you like it or not, in the end God will win in any situation; with or without your help. 1,860 more words


A Stumbling Block to Jews and Foolishness to Gentiles

From an outside perspective, Christian beliefs don’t really make sense. I think Paul’s take on it sums up the situation best,

Jews demand miraculous signs and Greeks look for wisdom, but we preach Christ crucified: a stumbling block to Jews and foolishness to Gentiles, but to those whom God has called, both Jews and Greeks, Christ the power of God and the wisdom of God (1 Corinthians 1:22-24).

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The Blessing of Joseph

Before he died, Jacob, the father of the twelve tribes of Israel, blessed his sons.  This sort of tradition of blessing isn’t really as common today (and I suspect most folk don’t buy into it).  3,005 more words


Fractals: The Up-Goer-Five Edition

As my first post, I’ll post my most recent (as of now) rambling.

If you’re reading this, then most likely you’re also a fan of xkcd. 1,579 more words