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gnostic
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gnostic

The Lost One, Male, from Where the hell am I?

I would hit the bottles, if I was drinking man, but I've never like the taste of alcohol. Sometimes I wonder what I've been missing. Jul 2, 2015

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Viewing thread I got sick of being an atheist, Sep 21, 2020 at 10:56 AM
    1. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on Is there "Something" in empty space that we can't see ?
    2. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on A Scientifically Supported Heaven (and Hell)
    3. 'mud
      'mud
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      thanx for the bop
      I get lost in here every damned day !
    4. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the useful and like frubes on Original Ratios at Creation and Radioactive Decay dating
    5. Polymath257
      Polymath257
      Thanks for all the frubals in the thread on the Big bang and cosmology.
    6. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for froobing Einstein proving that time = money.
      And for the all models are wrong, but some are useful froobul.
      And for flurbing expanding the role of science to fairies, etc.
      And for the reason vs religion frubion.
      And for furballing Ohm's Law vs religion.
    7. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the funny frube on the absence of nothingness
    8. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the winner frube on Big Bang in Trouble
    9. ManSinha
      ManSinha
      Thank you for the like in the thread Different Opinions....Who is right?
    10. Dan From Smithville
      Dan From Smithville
      Thanks for all the frubaling on the Different opinions thread.
    11. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanking you for the funny frube on The best way to refute the Flat Earth
    12. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thank you for the frube on Did you hear the one about the disappearing planet?
    13. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the funny frube on Did you hear the one about the disappearing planet?
    14. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on Proof for Freewill (and, thus, disproof of Atheism) is notion of "Today"
    15. MNoBody
      MNoBody
      just went to the website linked in your signature.... haven't done more yet than just look around ....but i must say it looks like an interesting compilation
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      3. gnostic
        gnostic
        I have not read all of the codices of Nag Hammadi. Mostly read only those have creation myths, like the Apocryphron of John, the Reality of Rulers and On Origin of the World.
        Apr 15, 2020
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      4. gnostic
        gnostic
        I started Timeless Myths back in 1999, and Dark Mirrors of Heaven in 2006. They were separate websites, but the new owner combined the 2 sites into 1.
        I would have prefer to keep Timeless Myths till the day I die, but sadly it didn't happen.
        Apr 15, 2020
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      5. MNoBody
        MNoBody
        i've browsed through it and so far it reads like my notebooks...i made lots of notes as i re-formatted them.
        I find it helps
        there is a data organization tool i found called freemind
        you can find it by googling that term....very useful program for unraveling complicated data skeins and present them in a new format
        Apr 15, 2020
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    16. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the winner frube on If stars were created, cosmology is wrong
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    17. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the funny frube on Flat Earth Du-bunked
    18. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thank you for the funny frube and the pair of likes on An open challenge to evolutionists.
    19. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the fastener identification frubation.
      And for froobing French with a southern accent.
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    20. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for frubling "Life comes from Life"!
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    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://www.timelessmyths.com
    Location:
    Where the hell am I?
    Occupation:
    computer programmer (formerly a civil engineer)
    Religion:
    Pi π
    I am actually agnostic, not gnostic, though I do finding Gnosticism and their scriptures/literature fascinating to read.

    Though I am not personally religious, I do love reading religious literature that have myths, legends and folklore.

    I love myths so much that I had created a website called Timeless Myths. It is their stories that fascinate me, not the religious belief, practice and customs.

    Other things that interested me are arts, history and science (particularly physics and astronomy).

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    Timeless Myths for myth enthusiasts.
    Dark Mirrors of Heaven investigates the obscure literature surrounding the Genesis.
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