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Re: "Search For Ah..."

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Posted by laborious on February 6, 2000 18:53:11 UTC

: : : : "The universality of harmonic overtones implied in 'Search for Ah...' is based on the idea that the universe functions as a hologram. The original source light (Zero, the Void, the Way, God) remains unchanged, while the material universe evolves in harmony." p. 203 "Search for Ah...", available 7/4/00 : : : : from Vantage Press

: : : Yes. Correct.

: : : What?

: :The historical evidence suppoting a conscious void abound. The "Tao", the Lao Tsuian Void, translates to the "Way" which Jesus shared. The new revised version of the King James Bible tells re: Genesis 1:3-5 "Creation by the Word of God expresses God's absolute lordship and prepares for the doctrine of creation out of nothing." : Nothing. The Void. If God exists in the Void, then the Void must be conscious.

L: Is that what I don't think you mean? You said nothing makes something for everything. That's not just anything. Answer me this, quickman... thedo saw its own shadow... so what's the difference between the dog? Exit now... steady... steady... Search for Ah...? What's ah?

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