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Review of Fourth Dimension: Ch 1 – How blind Bartimaeus birthed his eyes through prayer?

Over the last number of articles, we have examined how “Dr” David Yonggi Cho has made up his own theology through his delusional experiences and misapplication of scriptural passages. 552 more words

David Yonggi Cho

Review of Fourth Dimension: Ch 1 – How blind Bartimaeus birthed his eyes through prayer?

Over the last number of articles, we have examined how “Dr” David Yonggi Cho has made up his own theology through his delusional experiences and misapplication of scriptural passages. 553 more words

David Yonggi Cho

Healing the Psyche and Collective Unconscious

Healing from a trauma does not mean you should forget it.

Healing means that it no longer has power over you, so that you are no longer emotionally entangled with the pain of the event or trauma. 655 more words

The Space and Time Relation

It’s not very hard to see that there is a very palpable relation between space and time. One of the first people to this was Albert Einstein and he used this relation to establish one of the pillars of modern physics called relativity. 559 more words

Awesome Facts

Living In-Between - Suzanne Lie

Introduction to Become ONE ~ People and Planet

It is all about attention and intention. In the higher dimensions your attention sets your intension, and they are as loud as your voice is in the third dimension. 2,156 more words

Unity

CERN and the Imposter God

A search through antiquity to understand the ancient science magick behind CERN.

Outside the CERN facility in Geneva, Switzerland, stands an idol of the Hindu deity Shiva, the “Destroyer”, or who we know from Greco-Roman myth as Kronos/Saturn. 2,871 more words

God

Humour during potential apocalypse? Why not?

Reading a story written by a guy who single-handedly created a religion is a big deal, right? Not really. When it comes to L. Ron Hubbard, The Dangerous Dimension is just another story written by a guy who created Scientology and incorporated not one, but THREE of its related Churches. 254 more words

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