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    Re: Therianthropy and Plurality

    I don't remember how I got here either, so no worries.
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    Re: Therianthropy and Plurality

    That's an interesting theory. What do you think forms members? What is it that supplies the script?
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    Re: Therianthropy and Plurality

    No, lol, not a pagan thing specifically, just referring to the usual clutter of the human mind. Thanks for the detail. It seems very different. What would you say..beyond a physical body, is...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha listening to?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNi5X2NUbZ8

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    Re: Therianthropy and Plurality

    In what way does this phenomena(?) differ from having a singular "self" (or no self) pulled in multiple directions by the usual suspects?

    Is there novel experiential content? A discordant...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I'm trying to think about happy times news, lol. Catching up after the long holiday. Seems Aemo is estimating a 60% reduction in Australia's coal-fired generation by 2040. A 30 gigawatt increase...
  7. Thread: Happy New Year

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    Re: Happy New Year

    Happy new year Bart.
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    Re: Why is Buddhism so contradicting?

    That sounds more like an optimistic belief that things will be improved with respect to some pessimistic view of past events. As I mentioned before, this isn't any attempt to debate the factual...
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    Re: Why is Buddhism so contradicting?

    Life as a problem may be too broad a statement to be meaningful (in some context - though this hardly seems to be that context if there is one). Nevertheless, it is how buddhism views life at a...
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    Re: Why is Buddhism so contradicting?

    I think that this is exactly what McCann eas referring to, and despite being the proud possessor of my own personal zen - I tend to agree.

    Life is viewed as a problem to be solved. This is a...
  11. Thread: Yule

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    Re: Yule

    Happy holidays, yall. I hope your fires are warm, and your cups are full - and to those in the s hemisphere, the second thing, but with a strong blast of cold AC.
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    Re: What's The Purpose Of A Deity

    In the classical view, the only entity ion all of existence with any specific purpose, was demiurge. It was created in order to create all of this - but the All cannot have a purpose and none of...
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    Re: What's The Purpose Of A Deity

    Some time, then, it would seem. What was the top line conclusion you reached, when thinking about enjoyment in this life that might imperil your enjoyment of the next?
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    Re: What's The Purpose Of A Deity

    Do you spend much (if any) time wondering whether or not the actions you live out are consistent with the purpose of life as you see it from a christian viewpoint - or in accordance with what we'll...
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    Re: What's The Purpose Of A Deity

    How do you do whatever calculus is involved when enjoying this life imperils the enjoyment of your next life?

    If that's a thing in what you believe, ofc. If this life is basically a themepark...
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    Re: What's The Purpose Of A Deity

    What do you think about that purpose of life, and the purpose of gods (whatever it is for you)?
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    Re: What's The Purpose Of A Deity

    Gods as conceptualized by theism are intercessory agents. We can't argue with the wind, but we certainly can negotiate with a human-alike wind god. This is such a fundamental attribute of what it...
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    Re: Hello Everyone ;)

    Welcome aboard.
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    Re: Thoughts on Thuleanperspective (Varg)?

    I think we have some crossed wires. You don't need to defend paganism or even norse paganism against accusations of nazism with me. I was merely pointing out that vikernes form of paganism is a...
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    Re: Thoughts on Thuleanperspective (Varg)?

    Well, what's one more thing when you're that deep into loontown, right? I suspect that it starts to look like the only way out is through. So, rather than walking back some absurdity, we pile...
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    Re: Thoughts on Thuleanperspective (Varg)?

    Well, he also gets the reality of pagan belief and practice in scandinavia fantastically wrong.
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    Re: Thoughts on Thuleanperspective (Varg)?

    I get super uninterested anytime someone implores me to explore the "other side" of racism. I'm from the deep south, I'm familiar. There's just the one side to it.

    Neo-pagan reconstruction-ism,...
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    Re: Thoughts on Thuleanperspective (Varg)?

    You asked for peoples thoughts on a neo-nazi arsonist who spent 15 years in prison for murder. Who peddles conspiracy theories, anti vaxx nuttery, prepping panic, and hilariously inept evolutionary...
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    Re: My Truth About Transgender Athletes

    At the end of the day, I think that there really is only one point to the whole mess. It has nothing to do with mtf trans, or athletes, or fairness in sports. It's a cynical political lever .
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    Re: My Truth About Transgender Athletes

    Why would it, and what is there to balance? Trans athletes already have consistently lower levels of testosterone than their cisgendered peers. That's lower levels than their peers who are....and...
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