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Posted by"> on May 7, 1999 12:06:15 UTC

he'lek: Greg, You don't have to be somewhere physicly, to see it. You sound well read, and I'm not talking about just science books. And astroplaining is the only word I thought would provide a good parallel for those who have never seen vision's and had divine revalation from God. I have always been interested in the cosmos, and I feel very blessed for being shown this. My free will had nothing to do with this, and it's not somthing I did on my own. Greg: Hello he'lek, I'm sorry, I didn't see this before I responded to your other question post. I Know that God can provide a view beyond what we can physically realize, but I do not believe He will reveal anything that is not already WithiN the understanding of Mankind's Sphere of Perception, unless you can realize it for yourself, which makes it WithiN the Sphere of Mankind's Perception. He has made it available through His Creation for us to realize everything there IS to Know. This gives us the opportunity to realize the maturity to consider wisely the use of that which we have learned. No vision or EnLighteneD Master has ever increased the Knowledge Base of Mankind's understanding. If you would consider an email, I would like to discuss further with you in private, the Nature of Revelation. I have experience which may be of interest to you, and I would like to hear of yours as well.

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