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Urantia Book Poll

The UB. Made up, or inspired?   

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  1. 1. Is the Urantia Book fact, or fake?

    • Real channeled knowledge ?
    • Person, or people fakery?


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cormac mac airt
4 minutes ago, Will Due said:

It doesn't matter.

In the future more things will be scientifically discovered and established than now. 

You're not denying this are you?

So it’s ok to knowingly promote lies? 

cormac

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Piney
11 minutes ago, Will Due said:

Language isn't absolute. I can't explain a thought I'm having in words to anybody exactly. Can you?

I can. I speak 6 languages and I think in 3.

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69:3.6 (774.5) Smiths were the first nonreligious group to enjoy special privileges. They were regarded as neutrals during war, and this extra leisure led to their becoming, as a class, the politicians of primitive society. But through gross abuse of these privileges the smiths became universally hated, and the medicine men lost no time in fostering hatred for their competitors. In this first contest between science and religion, religion (superstition) won. After being driven out of the villages, the smiths maintained the first inns, public lodginghouses, on the outskirts of the settlements.

This was completely made up.

Metalworkers were considered a sacred (religious) class and also served as healers in Eurasian societies. ( Indo-European, Indo-Iranian and Turko-Mongolian) . In Europe the smith was part of the Druidic class, which also included healers and scribes.

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69:8.6 (779.5) Slavery was an indispensable link in the chain of human civilization. It was the bridge over which society passed from chaos and indolence to order and civilized activities; it compelled backward and lazy peoples to work and thus provide wealth and leisure for the social advancement of their superiors.

@cormac mac airt   Lookee here! :rolleyes:

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cormac mac airt
Just now, Piney said:

@cormac mac airt   Lookee here! :rolleyes:

Yep, excusing the horrible treatment of others because that always works so well. :rolleyes:

Will Due should be ashamed for promoting such a book but apparently he has no conscience nor self-respect. 

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Piney
13 minutes ago, cormac mac airt said:

Will Due should be ashamed for promoting such a book but apparently he has no conscience nor self-respect. 

Yup!

He was bugging me for over a year to read it. Now I'm reading it. :yes:

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cormac mac airt
1 minute ago, Piney said:

Yup!

He was bugging me for over a year to read it. Now I'm reading it. :yes:

My condolences on the death of your brain cells. That crap is an embarrassment to humanity. 

cormac

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Will Due
25 minutes ago, Piney said:

This was completely made up.

Metalworkers were considered a sacred (religious) class and also served as healers in Eurasian societies. ( Indo-European, Indo-Iranian and Turko-Mongolian) . In Europe the smith was part of the Druidic class, which also included healers and scribes.

 

Piney, you've done this several times now. 

Apparently you're not aware that you're supporting that what the UB says is true by making statements like the one above.

By doing so, you're confirming it.

 

 

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Will Due
3 minutes ago, cormac mac airt said:

My condolences on the death of your brain cells.

 

It is true. Sometimes in order for something to be born, another thing must die.

 

 

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Piney
3 minutes ago, Will Due said:

 

Piney, you've done this several times now. 

Apparently you're not aware that you're supporting that what the UB says is true by making statements like the one above.

By doing so, you're confirming it.

How so?  I think I said the opposite. There was no "battle or contest" between smiths and shaman in any culture.

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cormac mac airt
1 minute ago, Will Due said:

It is true. Sometimes in order for something to be born, another thing must die.

Not everyone wants to be as embarrassing as you are lately with your promotion of the UB. 

cormac

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Will Due
4 minutes ago, Piney said:

There was no "battle or contest" between smiths and shaman in any culture.

 

You sure?

 

 

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Will Due
6 minutes ago, cormac mac airt said:

Not everyone wants to be as embarrassing as you

 

Come on cormac. Have you really run out of something original to say?

 

 

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Piney
10 minutes ago, Will Due said:

 

You sure?

I've studied Eurasian and Indo-European culture and archaeology. 

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cormac mac airt
14 minutes ago, Will Due said:

Come on cormac. Have you really run out of something original to say?

Are you ever going to stop promoting lies, because as you’ve already admitted about the UB you WANT to believe it’s true? 

cormac

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Will Due
8 minutes ago, cormac mac airt said:

Are you ever going to stop promoting lies, because as you’ve already admitted about the UB you WANT to believe it’s true? 

cormac

 

Do you always have to misrepresent?

The Urantia Book is not God.

I said that I decided to want to believe God. That happened long before I ever heard of the UB. 

 

 

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Will Due
19 minutes ago, Piney said:

I've studied Eurasian and Indo-European culture and archaeology. 

 

I believe you but you said "in any culture."

Have you studied every culture that ever existed? You said "any."

 

 

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Piney
1 minute ago, Will Due said:

I believe you but you said "in any culture."

I did.

Something like that would cause a culture to implode. 

Show me a culture where there was dissension between smiths and priests. Since they were both the same class in all cultures.  

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Will Due

 

Hey @Piney

Since you've been reading the Urantia Book, have you come across what it says about Atlantis yet?

 

 

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Just now, Piney said:

I did.

Something like that would cause a culture to implode. 

Show me a culture where there was dissension between smiths and priests. Since they were both the same class in all cultures.  

 

In "all" cultures? 

You've studied them "all?"

 

 

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Piney
1 minute ago, Will Due said:

Since you've been reading the Urantia Book, have come across what it says about Atlantis?

Atlantis is a parable and never existed. 

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Piney
1 minute ago, Will Due said:

In "all" cultures? 

Show me where this happened. 

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Piney
2 minutes ago, Will Due said:

You've studied them "all?"

I've studied the history and origin of metalworking. 

So yeah. "All" metal working origins. 

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Will Due
1 minute ago, Piney said:

Show me where this happened. 

 

You said all.

You know about every culture? Now and ancient?

How have you done this? With every culture? All?

 

 

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Will Due
1 minute ago, Piney said:

I've studied the history and origin of metalworking. 

So yeah. "All" metal working origins. 

 

What about those cultures that don't exist anymore. Those that no one knows anything about because it is lost to history.

How did you come to know about them?

You said "any."

You said "all."

 

 

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