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Sevens 08-07-2008 11:57 PM

I would like to prove God...somehow!
 
I my name is Sevens, Im an individual religionist and I research all the books of religion in focalization to fragments that relate to the submerged cities mentioned in the Urantia Book.

Its a simple journey, I just read about the ancient places and I try to find evidence that supports the assertion in the book.

Here is a link on 1stEden

http://mercy.urantia.org/papers/paper73.html

Here is a link to some research

http://www.sevenfoldtruth.com/EdenGates/1stEden.htm

Another city mentioned in the Urantia Book is called Dalamatia City.

http://mercy.urantia.org/papers/paper66.html

and here is some research.

http://www.dalamatiacity.com/index.html

I believe a new and wider expression of religion is about to arise through the verification of these ancient places with its messages, found in fragment form. It could lead to an new age.

This presentation it follows the read and see principle.

However, what is required is to verify the places and its anomalies seen in NASA worldwind. There is many other things I know about the city and what we may find, there is even a forecast of the find.

This wider expression of religion will not be believed by the traditional religion and neither by the Atheist and yet I believe its the world greatest mystery related to the Seventh mystery.

I reckon if this was demonstrated it would prove God or verify God and the source information.

http://www.sevenfoldtruth.com

All the best

Sevens

Mog 08-08-2008 12:08 AM

You want to prove god using bad science fiction and pseudoscience masquerading as "research"?

What is it about this forum that is attracting the nutters?

Sevens 08-08-2008 12:16 AM

No I want to go there one day and see if the anomalies exist physicaly, I know the wall was confirmed in Eden but I would like to see if there is a city in the Persian Gulf.

The anomalies I see, matches the Urantia account in many ways.

It would be a journey of faith from the book and what lays there physicaly.

http://sevenfoldtruth.com/persian_gu...tia1_thumb.jpg

Sevens

Smellyoldgit 08-08-2008 01:12 AM

Oh Fuck - not another.
I lost interest here -
Quote:

Sucker wrote
Im an individual religionist...


Hope he's got a good snorkel to visit all this submerged junk.

Sevens 08-08-2008 01:24 AM

I know but I reckon something lays there like a city

Sevens

skribb 08-08-2008 01:27 AM

Which god is it that you wish to prove?

Sevens 08-08-2008 02:17 AM

You know, God in the all the books of religion.

I thought it would an interesting thing to do and would make a great journey.

Sevens

shtmag 08-08-2008 02:45 AM

Why on earth would you come to an atheist website to prove god?

Sevens 08-08-2008 02:55 AM

I just thought it would be interesting to look into. Like it could be wrong or right. Its a bit different!

sevens

shtmag 08-08-2008 02:59 AM

I suggest you research some of the old posts on here before going any further. Just to see what you will be dealing with. Btw, there is an introduce yourself section. The mods like it when you go there first.

Sevens 08-08-2008 03:26 AM

Thanks, I appreciate it. I did look around a little and saw few post that seem to voice a few interesting ideas.

Sevens

skribb 08-08-2008 03:52 AM

Quote:

Sevens wrote (Post 512979)
You know, God in the all the books of religion.

I thought it would an interesting thing to do and would make a great journey.

Sevens

In ALL religious books? Do you realise that, during the course of human existence, several hundreds (if not thousands) of gods have been written about?

Even if you're referring to , say, the christian god, you have to decide WHICH christian god - the god described by catholics, or baptists, or jehova's witnesses, and so on. There is no "universal" god that everyone can either believe in, or deny the existence of.

Sevens 08-08-2008 04:08 AM

Im interested in the expression of God mentioned in the Urantia Book. I believe its a wider and better definition and very interesting.

Sevens

Smellyoldgit 08-08-2008 04:21 AM

Quote:

This Sellers of this Anal Book wrote
The Urantia Book, first published by Urantia Foundation in 1955, claims to have been presented by celestial beings as a revelation to our planet, Urantia. Many who have read it accept this assertion. The writings in the Book instruct us on the genesis, history, and destiny of humanity and on our relationship with God the Father. They present a unique and compelling portrayal of the life and teachings of Jesus.

Do you really think it's "interesting" or a good idea to dump yourself on an atheist website - and try and push this obvious heap of made up bullshit onto a largely intelligent and thinking audience?
I think you'll find your beloved Urinetia shite will be about as well received as a turd in a swimming pool.
You have been warned.

skribb 08-08-2008 06:17 AM

Right, the Urantian take on the god of the bible. Not familiar with that one I isn't.


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