When’s the Best Time to Publish Blog Posts? Your Guide To Gaining Respect In The Workplace. Possible consequences. Throughout the ages people have lived the path of least resistance.
Thus: doing what’s easiest. As a species our approach is only to survive. Whatever is the easiest way to survive is what we do. Furthermore, whatever is in vogue is what is chased. For instance, when the king and queen rule, we follow. When a government disagrees with someone we go to war. When the in thing is to have silver we mine and sell silver. The same with gold and fur. Whatever is sold in our shops is designed to make our lives easy. Project Avalon - Klaus Dona: The Hidden History of the Human Race. Click here for the PDF version of this interview (20 pages) Click here for the video presentation March 2010 **Ed note: Some transcripts contain words or phrases that are inaudible or difficult to hear and are, therefore, designated in square brackets.** BILL RYAN (BR): This is Bill Ryan here from Project Camelot and Project Avalon.
History: Ancient History in-depth. Bellatrix Orionis - Views from the edge of the Universe. Pale Blue Dot « a simple prop. It’s the twentieth anniversary of the famous “pale blue dot” photo – Earth as seen from Voyager 1 while on the edge of our solar system (approximately 3,762,136,324 miles from home).
Sagan’s words are always worth remembering: Look again at that dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us. Like this: Like Loading... Astronomy. A Levite and His Concubine. A Levite and His Concubine Judges 19 By Mac August 2001 What do you see when you look at this picture?
A Duck (facing to the left)? Or a Rabbit (facing to the right?? You probably saw both, but first one, then the other. When I read my Bible, some days I REALLY enjoy it. Turn your Bibles to the book of Judges, Chapter 19. I suppose all of you have already heard, or read, of this story about a Levite Priest and his ‘half-wife’ concubine. READ Verses 1 through 10. 19 1In those days Israel had no king. 5On the fourth day they got up early and he prepared to leave, but the girl's father said to his son-in-law, "Refresh yourself with something to eat; then you can go.
" 6So the two of them sat down to eat and drink together. 9Then when the man, with his concubine and his servant, got up to leave, his father-in-law, the girl's father, said, "Now look, it's almost evening. This seems like a pretty cool story. My first point today is: Avoid Sin Let’s quickly look at the woman’s father. WOW. 25 reasons Why I Am No Longer a Christian. There is the world we live in and then there is the world of the Bible.
In our world, the 'real world', the world of flesh and matter, there is no magic, no metaphysical conjuring, nothing supernatural or transmundane. What exists is experienced empirically—through the five senses—and therefore measurable, testable, subject to examination and experiment and ongoing scrutiny. Sure there is talk of the supernatural, of the occult, of miracles and faith healing and psychic phenomena, events or agents that can nonchalantly circumvent the laws of physics. There are books and movies and TV shows and sermons from the pulpit and paintings of supernatural entities like angels and ogres and ascending gods aglow and crowned with halos. But in the 'real world', the world outside of language and art, the world we live in each day, there none of these things. Only at words. Most religions claim that life is more than the flesh and matter we see around us, that encloses us, of which we are composed. The history of the Devil. [MOBILE VIDEO]
Gehenna. Valley of Hinnom, c. 1900 Valley of Hinnom redirects here In the Hebrew Bible, the site was initially where apostate Israelites and followers of various Ba'als and Caananite gods, including Moloch, sacrificed their children by fire (2 Chr. 28:3, 33:6).
Thereafter it was deemed to be cursed (Jer. 7:31, 19:2-6). In Jewish, Christian and Islamic scripture, Gehenna is a destination of the wicked. This is different from the more neutral Sheol/Hades, the abode of the dead, though the King James version of the Bible translates both with the Anglo-Saxon word Hell. Etymology English "Gehenna" represents the Greek Ge'enna (γέεννα) found in the New Testament, a phonetic transcription of Aramaic Gēhannā (ܓܗܢܐ), equivalent to the Hebrew Ge Hinnom, literally "Valley of Hinnom". This was known in the Old Testament as Gai Ben-Hinnom, literally the "Valley of the son of Hinnom",  and in the Talmud as גהנם Gehinnam or גהנום Gehinnom.