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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on November 21, 2002 19:57:29 UTC

How's school going? If you ask a question,
do you really want to tell your own idea too?
We want to read it.
In reply to the question
my strategy could be to place all the pertinent
rumors side by side and see which are plausible.
Here are some:
1) Akashic records are an archive of our thoughts and communications. Who administers them is not quite clear. Like the internet archive, they are probably thinned to save space.
Like the Library at Alexandria long ago, they
probably have a problem or two.
2) The universe's sole glimmer of consciousness
is the sheen across all things (or, alternately,
all life, or, alternately, all sentient life)
and this glimmer is striving to erect a stronghold -- hence religion's main purpose, though it wanders far off that into things like dress codes, balderdash we must recite, and such.
3) Our earnest strivings are not entirely in vain, since if we are jerked out of our bodies
at an inopportune time (and what isn't?) by the Angel of Death, our personal mental progress and works are somehow given to someone who will, of course, mostly fritter them away, but not entirely.
4) Related to 3) is some conservation of mental
progress found in the physics of relationships.

Now, what do you think?

98.6, Mike

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