Re: could lij eyasu been the one predicted by marc
Posted By: Eja In Response To: Re: could lij eyasu been the one predicted by marc (seshatasefekht)
Date: Thursday, 6 October 2005, at 5:56 p.m.
In Response To: Re: could lij eyasu been the one predicted by marc (seshatasefekht)
"No existence without observation".
We may speak of worlds and galaxies, prophets and God but, in reality, there is only I, observing. 'Parallel planes',quantum mechanics, Ausar, Auset, Heru and Set is only another way of describing I to I.
I have accepted that observation is everything; awareness is the play and the player.
Popular phrases that everybody uses : "The truth will out in time." "Everything in it's own time." "Time will tell."
What is time? Our senses tell us that time is linear, cause and effect, but, we know that our senses do not comprehend reality in it's fullness. So, if time is an illusion, then what is istory? What is prophecy?
I have accepted that the battles between Set and Ausar/Heru are description of a journey that starts inside and ends inside each and every one of us. I also accept quantum mechanics as a description of a vital aspect of a thing others have called 'free will' (which is what we do when we fix our power of becoming onto a chosen outcome).
Wisdom and Strength.
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