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Re: In support of theosophy, not pseudosophism

Oct 06, 1999 01:09 PM
by Hazarapet

In a message dated 9/22/99 9:39:37 PM Central Daylight Time, writes:

> Dear Grigor,
>  A most refreshing post!

Thank you.
>  I have met the wolf!  The wise call him brother wolf.
>  ... or sister wolverine.

Wolverines are not wolves plus they are meaner.
>  Reminds me of passages in the bible where 1, God, and 2, Jesus agree
>  that Satan has a job to do.

Yep, as they say in the Georgian Orthodox Church (quietly when bishop not
around hunting for non-conformists), he might be the outside auditor of Jesus'
job performance (and his crew).  Thus old custom exists that even the Greeks
picked up.  In village you will often observe that when a priest is walking
on one
side of road, villagers who are going in other direction on same side will
street before meeting him.  Western tourists think it is sign of respect and
behaviour.  That is not what it means at all.  Saying is where ever priest
is, a
devil is close-by checking up on job performance.
>  Something not for the faint-hearted:
>  In my twenties I decided to test the sexual impulse by deliberately not
>  engaging in any kind of physical sex, but at the same time feeding my
>  mind with as much sexual imagery as possible.  After three days I
>  started leaking .....

Well, I will make no personal observations there.  So, in spirit of
exchange on this topic, you know why the Titanic has never been

At $6-9 dollars a pound for Viagra, it was too expensive.


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