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Posted by Keith N. Tullis on June 1, 2004 00:37:57 UTC

The Old One Drives a flying saucer. Einstein, several times refered to God as "The Old One. Woking in general, special, quantum and superstring theorys one comes to the realization that we seek the creater, one who knows all, the reasons we're here,- - - WHY? We search for those that are our cosmic neighbors; through the processes of the stars we seek our brothers. But all answer to god. A god. Mabey not my god, but god. There may be those who know not of god. Those type live on earth as well. But,-- the god responsible for setting the stage in preperation for the creation of matter is the one I seek. He has set forth the ongoing process of evolution. All the beings in the universe owe their exsistance to the one who lit the fuse at "The Big Bang". It doesn't matter which god it was. It happened. There are many, many galaxys out there that are much, much older than we are. Someone advanced only a few thousand years would have been able to visit us long, long ago. In our youth they themselfs would have been seen as gods to those living two thousand years ago.
This is enough for now. Anyone feel similar. Couriousity sparked anyone?
--"After all is said and done, "Gravity Rules".--

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