Ayinde and erroneous views
Posted By: Issembly For Rastafari Iniversal Education In Response To: Re: Demonstrations (Ayinde)
Date: Wednesday, 23 March 2005, at 3:02 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Demonstrations (Ayinde)
"I am of the view that some, including you, did not understand the scope of electromagnetic energy"
That's why I am questioning your views -- from this one experience with the I, I see you form your views very quickly with no basis in reality. What made you think I do not understand the scope of electromagnetic energy? Since you could be so wrong about this, perhaps you could be wrong about so many other things. Just Humble yourself a little and admit that your view was just an assumption. If the I KNEW me, you would never say that, because if the I spent a mere seven days with I, you would see the amount of seeking I have trodded to try to understand this electromagnetism. I have trodded the New Irusalem schoolroom, and have study philosphy and physics at the university, as well. I have a shelf full of papers on the subject of electromagnetism, I have more than 30 videos on electromagnetism and astrophysics, etc, and I am still humble enough to admit I don't know how I&I ancestors used the anhk, and the truth is, you don't, either, in spite of Your views. My contribution to this post was an effort to try and get I&I who already know about anhk symbolism and electromagnetism to combine the two in order to apply the knowledge in the future. Of all the literature and resources I have on electromagnetism, the book The Ankh: The African Origin of Elctromagnetism is the only that comes close to approaching the application of ankh technology.
Would you like to explore that? I would. And I make no assumptions about you or what you know.
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