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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #60 on: November 04, 2010, 05:45:20 PM »
Yes, I love his writings as well.
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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #61 on: November 07, 2010, 12:55:41 PM »
I do not think everyone who can be called "Homo Sapiens" is truly in that category, to begin with, but classification is something scientists (Bio) must work out with other scientists, like paleontologists, etc. and that will go one forever for them, until they cease to be.
I am not a were/therian, I am not a vampire, as I am the same chain of those who have come through the bloodline of Earth, and none of us are quite "human" either, and I think that it's really whatever needs to spring from us, anyway, and eventually "homo sapiens" will be meaningless, to end with. It is because things beyond us (like, say, the Elder Gods and their Nemesis, the Old Ones, are at hand.)

saying homo sapien will become meaningless is like saying humanity will be meaningless...for all the spark, talk and insistence such proponents have yet to prove that any human is anything else but human...and any original child of the earth would be citing references to more shamanistic religions and symbols, they didn't have a dualistic system and were the origin of all our myths and mysteries...not science fiction and fantasy that has a ring of truth from clever authors.

you can't prove gods, they've always been intangible and enigmatic creatures mystically tied to us; however anything someone insists is based in the tangible world should be able to demonstrate it to other tangible beings...otherwise it's no different than psychic phenomena and just a physical perception by the brain.

when i see a *insert fantastic creature" i'll give some credence to claims of shape shifters, until then it's like God and a matter of belief and personal projection, there's more proof for bigfoot, and he'd work as a probable link with the fossil record.

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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #62 on: November 07, 2010, 01:40:59 PM »
I had oysters for supper. Except
they were therian oysters,

i mean they looked like oysters, smelled like oysters, even tasted like oysters, BUT     
because i am psychic i know they were really
'were sausages'.

I ate them on my kitchen table which is not really a table,
its actually an airplane.
It doesnt actually fly, but it does 'g shift'. When shifting like this it appears to be hovering resting on the ground.
It only does this when the chairs aren't watching though.

Life was much simpler when i was younger. Things were what they appeared to be. These days you have to be soooooo careful.

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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #63 on: January 02, 2011, 11:32:25 AM »
I'm not sure I'm human.  I could be someone's dream or a computer simulation for all I know.  I do know that I don't want to be human but that desire does not lead me to convince myself that I'm a therian, or indigo child, 5th dimensional, or any special category.

There are so many "abnormal" people out there that, while by definition abnormal can't be normal, the abnormal have a lot in common with each other.  When I went to a Morbid Angel/Behemoth concert, everyone was wearing black and/or goth makeup.  I saw a sea of conformity.

I do have some sociopathic tendencies in thought and sometimes deed though I don't see myself as particularly monstrous.  More of a monster than most people I meet though I don't see all of them so I can't really know if they're a monster or not.
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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #64 on: January 03, 2011, 09:36:02 AM »
Whether you like it or not, we are all human, but our degree of humanity can vary greatly.

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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #65 on: January 03, 2011, 06:29:41 PM »
There are so many "abnormal" people out there that, while by definition abnormal can't be normal, the abnormal have a lot in common with each other.  When I went to a Morbid Angel/Behemoth concert, everyone was wearing black and/or goth makeup.  I saw a sea of conformity.

The Universe seeks a state of homogeneity. Conformist behavior in humanity is nothing but a microcosmic display of a macrocosmic phenomenon.

I do have some sociopathic tendencies in thought and sometimes deed though I don't see myself as particularly monstrous.  More of a monster than most people I meet though I don't see all of them so I can't really know if they're a monster or not.

See above quote & response.

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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #66 on: January 03, 2011, 08:17:34 PM »
Look. If you got something to say, don't be a coward and just say it.
You are doing something very sacred here, something very daring, during your life upon the earth. You are defining yourself, and then recreating yourself anew, in each golden moment of Now.

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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #67 on: January 03, 2011, 09:17:56 PM »
Rav, think of this as friendly advise, those are some toes you don't wanna step on. Moloch has been here longer than most, and is, how do I say this, not exactly the most friendly person here (no offence Moloch, I'm not saying you aren't friendly, but sometimes, you have a way with people that makes them vacate quick fast and in a hurry, unless they are denser than a box of rocks...).

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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #68 on: January 03, 2011, 10:40:59 PM »
Look. If you got something to say, don't be a coward and just say it.

  He would, but due to certain promises he is unable to.  Trust me when I say you should be happy for it.
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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #69 on: January 04, 2011, 03:43:51 AM »
Look. If you got something to say, don't be a coward and just say it.

  He would, but due to certain promises he is unable to.  Trust me when I say you should be happy for it.

He could PM me.
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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #70 on: January 04, 2011, 06:47:15 AM »
Look. If you got something to say, don't be a coward and just say it.

  He would, but due to certain promises he is unable to.  Trust me when I say you should be happy for it.

He could PM me.

I could, but then I would not have nearly as much fun.

Oh, and Muerte and CP are both correct. Listen to their most excellent advice.

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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #71 on: January 04, 2011, 07:00:13 AM »
Look. If you got something to say, don't be a coward and just say it.

  He would, but due to certain promises he is unable to.  Trust me when I say you should be happy for it.

He could PM me.

I could, but then I would not have nearly as much fun.

Oh, and Muerte and CP are both correct. Listen to their most excellent advice.

Ah, I see.  No PM's for me.  :-(
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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #72 on: January 04, 2011, 07:19:10 AM »
Look. If you got something to say, don't be a coward and just say it.

  He would, but due to certain promises he is unable to.  Trust me when I say you should be happy for it.

He could PM me.

I could, but then I would not have nearly as much fun.

Oh, and Muerte and CP are both correct. Listen to their most excellent advice.

Ah, I see.  No PM's for me.  :-(

I thought you were already forcing us to suffer with your PMS?

Oh, you said PM's... my bad.  *<:)

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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #73 on: January 04, 2011, 07:41:33 AM »
Look. If you got something to say, don't be a coward and just say it.

  He would, but due to certain promises he is unable to.  Trust me when I say you should be happy for it.

He could PM me.

I could, but then I would not have nearly as much fun.

Oh, and Muerte and CP are both correct. Listen to their most excellent advice.

Ah, I see.  No PM's for me.  :-(

I thought you were already forcing us to suffer with your PMS?

Oh, you said PM's... my bad.  *<:)

I have PSM...
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Re: Curious - Who believes they aren't human?
« Reply #74 on: January 05, 2011, 05:24:50 PM »
Rav bro, what's he too scared to say? He seemed to outline his viewpoint pretty darn well if you ask me. Also to bring the topic back to this:

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Whether you like it or not, we are all human, but our degree of humanity can vary greatly.

This is true and ties in so well with what countess said at the very start. We are all human, that is the form we take. What our soul feels most connected to, how we feel, how we behave, how we think determines something far greater than whether we are homo sapiens or not. It determines our humanity. Or in other words, how human we are.
 
Without the physical limitations of sustaining a human body though it seems people could be whoever and whatever they want.
When I hear somebody sigh, "Life is hard," I am always tempted to ask, "Compared to what?"