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Golems are Ancient Robotics


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A golem (/ˈɡləm/ GOH-ləm; Hebrew: גּוֹלֶם, gōlem) is an animated anthropomorphic being in Jewish folklore which is entirely created from inanimate matter (usually clay or mud). In the Psalms and medieval writings, the word golem was used as a term for an amorphous, unformed material

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golem

Golems are programmed with the name of God. Robots are programmed with 01010. Special words are used to program a Golem. Special languages are used to program a robot or any basic Script to communicate with a computer. I think the ancient Jews discovered advanced robotics centuries before it became mainstream. Robots are made out of clay,steel,iron. Really any substance can be used to make a Robot. Yet only the Names of God can program a Golem. 

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57 minutes ago, stevemagegod said:

Golems are programmed with the name of God. Robots are programmed with 01010. Special words are used to program a Golem. Special languages are used to program a robot or any basic Script to communicate with a computer. I think the ancient Jews discovered advanced robotics centuries before it became mainstream. Robots are made out of clay,steel,iron. Really any substance can be used to make a Robot. Yet only the Names of God can program a Golem. 

Yes these dam Golems are pretty tricky at disguising themselves, be safe out there!:yes:

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A Trans-Gollum... damn... that is disturbing :blink:

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1 hour ago, stevemagegod said:

Robots are made out of clay,

Uh?

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10 minutes ago, and then said:

A Trans-Gollum... damn... that is disturbing :blink:

You wouldn't kick her out of bed, though, wouldja.

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13 minutes ago, and then said:

A Trans-Gollum... damn... that is disturbing :blink:

Who said anything about being Trans, that's Golems precious mommy!:lol: 

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Depending on how you want to look at this. Humans are "technically" golems. As we were supposedly created by god out of clay and given life. Not much different than the typical golem. Another way of  looking at it is that the golem is just an earthen vessel meant to house the essense of something. Sort of a spiritual anchor point for a belief. Might work the same as a tulpa or servitor (chaos magic). 

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Belief is what has kept the Human Race from evolving mentally from it's beginning.  

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11 minutes ago, joc said:

Belief is what has kept the Human Race from evolving mentally from it's beginning.  

Belief is also what caused humans to touch the moon. 

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12 hours ago, stevemagegod said:

Golems are programmed with the name of God. Robots are programmed with 01010. Special words are used to program a Golem. Special languages are used to program a robot or any basic Script to communicate with a computer. I think the ancient Jews discovered advanced robotics centuries before it became mainstream. Robots are made out of clay,steel,iron. Really any substance can be used to make a Robot. Yet only the Names of God can program a Golem. 

Look if us Jews had giant Semitic killer robots running around, then how the hell is David Duke still alive?

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13 minutes ago, XenoFish said:

Belief is also what caused humans to touch the moon. 

It was Knowing that  allowed humans to touch the moon.  It was Knowledge  void of Belief that allowed humans to walk on the moon.  

Knowledge is not belief. They are two separate things.  Knowledge consists of things we know.  Belief consists of things we don't know.

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5 minutes ago, joc said:

Belief consists of things we don't know.

I have reasons to believe there was life on Mars, long ago. Let's build the technology to go there and find out.

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2 minutes ago, locomekipkachelfantje said:

I have reasons to believe there was life on Mars, long ago. Let's build the technology to go there and find out.

We have already built the technology to go there.  But we did not build it because we had reasons to believe anything.  And we Know there was never life on Mars.  What possible reasons for 'believing' there might have been are there?  Which is my entire point ... we believe things that we don't actually know.  Knowledge doesn't require belief...it just is.

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15 minutes ago, joc said:

It was Knowing that  allowed humans to touch the moon.  It was Knowledge  void of Belief that allowed humans to walk on the moon.  

Knowledge is not belief. They are two separate things.  Knowledge consists of things we know.  Belief consists of things we don't know.

No joc. It was the belief that it could be done and the application of said belief that fueled research. 

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17 minutes ago, joc said:

And we Know there was never life on Mars. 

You know?

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21 minutes ago, XenoFish said:

No joc. It was the belief that it could be done and the application of said belief that fueled research. 

No Xeno.  It was the Knowledge that it could be done and the application of said knowledge that fueled the research to find the answers to do what we Knew we could do.  Belief had nothing to do with it.

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11 minutes ago, locomekipkachelfantje said:

You know?

:unsure2:

We  know that Mars cannot support even the fragmentation of the beginnings of life...so yes, we know!  Mars never had life, it never will have life...and even if Mankind steps out onto the surface of Mars, Mars will not have life.  It will just have living things that visited it.

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20 minutes ago, joc said:

We  know that Mars cannot support even the fragmentation of the beginnings of life...so yes, we know!  Mars never had life, it never will have life...and even if Mankind steps out onto the surface of Mars, Mars will not have life.  It will just have living things that visited it.

Please send a message to NASA. Hopefully they'll abort a couple of missions looking for fossils, and save tax money.

Man, all we know of life and living things is based on what's on this rock. We have nothing outside Earth to compare it with. So either you may be right, or you may be wrong.

The way you post about there being no life or past life on Mars almost sounds ... what's the word? ... religious.

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When I was at the used bookstore last week looking for a new Bible I stumbled across a book by the 15th century Rabbi Leow. The book had some Jewish mysticism in it, but was mostly a philosophical book about new ways of thinking to the time. It was pretty much a self help book.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judah_Loew_ben_Bezalel

"Loew is the subject of the legend about the creation of a golem, a creature made out of clay to defend the Jews of the Prague Ghetto from antisemitic attacks, particularly the blood libel. He is said to have used mystical powers based on the esoteric knowledge of how God created Adam.[12] The general view of historians and critics is that the legend is a German literary invention of the early 19th century. The earliest known source for the story thus far is the 1834 book Der Jüdische Gil Blas by Friedrich Korn.[13][14] It has been repeated and adapted many times since."

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1 hour ago, joc said:

No Xeno.  It was the Knowledge that it could be done and the application of said knowledge that fueled the research to find the answers to do what we Knew we could do.  Belief had nothing to do with it.

Then you need to quit practicing what napoleon hill taught.

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My final word on this because I think I kind of unintentionally hijacked the thread.  

Napoleon Hill was not teaching what he 'believed' to be true but rather what he Knew to be true.  His philosophy has nothing to do with belief...it has to do with intentionally increasing one's desire to achieve what they want to achieve.  

Believing that you can is not the same thing as knowing that you can.

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6 minutes ago, joc said:

Napoleon Hill was not teaching what he 'believed' to be true but rather what he Knew to be true.  His philosophy has nothing to do with belief...it has to do with intentionally increasing one's desire to achieve what they want to achieve.  

quote-the-state-of-mind-must-be-belief-n

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13 hours ago, acute said:

You wouldn't kick her out of bed, though, wouldja.

If you didn't, that would make you desperate, right?

Or totally wasted. But waking up beside her the next morning will have you grab the bottle again, just to 'delete some files'.

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14 hours ago, Manwon Lender said:

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This Gollum will be featuring in the next, politically correct, remake of LoftR.

Frodo and Bilbo will be a gay couple, Gandalf a stalking pedophile, and the Orcs will be all dressed up in leather straps and zippers to make the sado's feel happy.

 

 

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