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  2. Jupiter's Great Red Spot, conspicuous for centuries, has been growing smaller for several decades. It used to be three times the size of Earth, now it about matches the size of our planet. Recent observations show it now sheding plumes or streamers on a weekly basis. As a storm, it could very well have a limited life-time. Could we be seeing its final break-up, occurring at an accelerated pace? Please see the linked article below for further details: https://spaceweatherarchive.com/2019/05/20/is-the-great-red-spot-unraveling/
  3. I don't believe you

    Do you know that Satan was pictured in the 13 century of a figure of a figure in a red suit , horns and tails ,when Satan was only a inter fear and was is it just a inter fear?
  4. Question about perspectives.

    Depending on the context people use it in, the focal point of the morals they are trying to express they possess. Other than that-nada.
  5. {un}holy haiku - 3rd Edition

    I've smiles not tears nor blues in the dark only these rays of comfort
  6. Question about perspectives.

    Memories, Dreams, Reflections which he co-authored with Aniela Jaffé. It's essentially an autobiography, and a good read. Ha, ha. Three runners-up (making four; Jung loved groupings of four ) The Portable Jung, edited by Joseph Campbell. Since it's a collection of Jung's papers, you can skip around or even skip over, and focus in on the topics that interest you. The Red Book is something to see, because Jung's illustrations are gorgeous. I doubt very many people read it, though, since for all its beauty, the text is basically a transcription into calligraphy of his raw notebooks, especially from the time when he was hallucinating on a regular basis, after his break with Freud. The last thing he wrote was the extended introduction to Man and his Symbols. The rest of the book is interesting, too, but the long essay from Jung is poignant and lucid.
  7. I don't believe you

    "Judge not lest ye be judge by the same judgement that you judge others."
  8. I don't believe you

    Satanists have no good in them https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satan A figure known as "the satan" first appears in the Tanakh as a heavenly prosecutor, a member of the sons of God subordinate to Yahweh
  9. I don't believe you

    There are Satanists, and then there are "Satanists", usually emo little tweenagers who want to be supercool anti-everything goths, who buy all their apparel from "Hot Topic".
  10. I don't believe you

    Don't know and honestly don't care, there are various schools of thought, Anton LaVey being the more predominate one. I'm not worried. Satanism is just as absurd and the rest of them.
  11. I don't believe you

    She knows what she knows, even if what she knows isn't what she knows. Don't try to confuse her with facts, her mind is made up. She, and many like her, prefer to believe in what they think they "know" about things, rather than learn what the truth really is.
  12. I don't believe you

    How is Satanism authenticated? I didn't know there was a guild.
  13. I don't believe you

    I'm beginning to think I'm a satanist the more I look into it again...too many overlaps.
  14. I don't believe you

    Sounds familiar. Closed minds are a lot alike.
  15. I don't believe you

    How many satanist do you actually know that are actually authentic satanist?
  16. Climate Change is a Hoax

    Man I don't know where you are living but I've been utterly surrounded with about 700+ of the damn things! Imagine the Scrap Metal market here in 20 years?
  17. I don't believe you

    Sorry all to believe in all you in a Satanisn beliefs that wants to destroy life in side
  18. Russia probes II -- The Mueller Report

    Some of us just recognize it for common sense. Or do you not remember Congressman Scalise? What the 5th column and the Left have been attempting is nothing less than a coup.
  19. I don't believe you

    @docyabut2 Did you even take the time to READ this post?!?! Or is it just a case of "I know what I know, so don't try to teach me anything!"
  20. Loud Clap in My Bedroom

    I believe you. I believe you because a month ago I was looking in my fridge for ten seconds when I heard a very sharp, loud snap right next to my right ear. It sounded like a vinyl record being snapped in half. I couldn't believe it, there was nothing there. It was around 1:00 in the morning. My wife was sleeping upstairs and it's just the two of us...Friggin' weird.
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  22. I don't believe you

    Or it's an idea of self-liberation from oppression, domination, control and authority.
  23. I don't believe you

    Satan is a belief of ones destruction in one`s self, depression, fear , hate ,tears and death is what Jesus ministered tried to teach to overcome .
  24. I don't believe you

    So you know nothing about it, but just "know" it's bad? Here is a clue: why not learn about what you fear? The "Satanist Creed" as listed above, states nothing inherently evil, and in fact, is more just & righteous than many other religions creeds. Personal note: I am an arachnophobe. I am terrified of spiders. But, rather than run screaming from every 8 legged little monster, I study them. I read about them, watch documentaries, learn what to fear and what not to fear. Classify it under "know thine enemy" if you will.
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  26. I don't believe you

    Nope, she's full on Anton LaVey. Staunch Atheist and all.
  27. I don't believe you

    Hmm, that doesn't sound quite right. Crowley said, 1904 "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law." Later; Doreen Valiente, one of the founders of Wicca, in 1954 said during a speech "An it harm none do what ye will." That became the Wiccan rede. I think your friend may really be a Wiccan?
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