The Creation of Man

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virtualgirl

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The Creation of Man

Here is a mind bender for you.

I spent the day talking with one of our new members, TXMOTO about the bible code, the creater and man. We came up with this scenario, so go grab your asprin and bring your thoughts.


Let's say that a timetraveller went back in time to the dawn of man, planted the DNA from which man evolved and left the bible with the hidden text of our future and creation. Man evolved coming full circle back to the timetraveller. Therefore, the timetraveller would be his own creater. :blink: :D'oh:



HAVE FUN!!!!
 

StarLord

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He would have bumped into ET doing the very same thing to Homo Erectus or earlier. The only difference is that ET was on an errand from a higher power. It may be possible that Early Aramaic is a space language but seeings how the very first part of the bible came from the Jews, the dead sea scrolls and such would have been had to have been buried about a good hunderd thousand years ago or so for every thing to fit with that visit.

It is interesting that you feel that early mankinds DNA was manipulated.
 

JediStryker

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That's interesting but paradoxical. There would have to have been some original catalyst for creation, whether you believe in G-d as I do, evolution, or "otherworldly" intervention, as StarLord apparently does.
 

StarLord

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Jedi, I actually believe in both. Like Hebrew National, ET was answering to a higher authority because if Spirit in it's real form ever came to the Physical Plane it would be much the same as matter meeting antimatter, the polarity of vibration is so unfathomably great, not a single thing would be left except a few party popers and confetti.
 

virtualgirl

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He brought everything with him. He exists because man was created. Man was created because he exist.
 

Eutychus

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Originally posted by virtualgirl@Dec 30 2004, 03:52 PM
Here is a mind bender for you.

I spent the day talking with one of our new members, TXMOTO about the bible code, the creater and man. We came up with this scenario, so go grab your asprin and bring your thoughts.


Let's say that a timetraveller went back in time to the dawn of man, planted the DNA from which man evolved and left the bible with the hidden text of our future and creation. Man evolved coming full circle back to the timetraveller. Therefore, the timetraveller would be his own creater. ?:blink: :D'oh:



HAVE FUN!!!!
Unfortunately, there is a logic flaw with this line of thinking, fun though it may be. This is not an infinite loop sort of arrangement. At some point, it had to happen for the first time, and how could it if there was no representative to preceed that event? This is similar to the problem with the "aliens did it" scenario. Sure, ET might have done some seeding billions of years ago, but back on ET's homeworld trillions of years ago, life had to begin for the very first time in the universe. So how did it start there? It all comes down to first causes. Fiat lux!
 

dancho

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Originally posted by Eutychus@Dec 30 2004, 07:20 PM
At some point, it had to happen for the first time, and how could it if there was no representative to preceed that event? This is similar to the problem with the \"aliens did it\" scenario. Sure, ET might have done some seeding billions of years ago, but back on ET's homeworld trillions of years ago, life had to begin for the very first time in the universe. So how did it start there? It all comes down to first causes. Fiat lux!

Why did it have to happen for the "first time?" Why couldn't it just go back forever?

The scientist asked the old Navajo woman what held up the Earth, and she replied "A giant turtle, of course."
Laughing, he asked, "And what holds up the turtle?"
"Another turtle," she replied.
Still laughing, he asked, "And what hold up THAT turtle?"
"Oh no, young man, you're not fooling me. It's turtles. Turtles all the way down."
 

JediStryker

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The Creation of Man

Why can't the moon be made out of cheese?

There are absolutes in this universe. The fact that there is a beginning to everything, cause and effect, is something that is pretty much universally accepted.

Big Bang or Creation, take your pick. :)
 

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