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  • Part Of God S Rules For Mankind
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    Absolute Law This vast universe, which we understand so little of, is governed by a set of rules and principles which were laid down since the dawn of time. The universe was created by God and it is He who laid down these rules. It is also He who created time and then created life out of nothingness. While doing so, He also instructed us how to spend our lives and told us what is right and what is wrong. In other words, He told us what to do and what not to do, and we, each and everyone of us, i...
  • Wiccan Magick
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    Wicca / Witchcraft Wicca is an Old English word that means The Wise Ones or Keepers of Knowledge. Wicca is one of the most ancient followings. Wicca is a Neo-Pagan following with many traditions that date to pre-Christian times. It is based on a deep respect for nature and the knowledge that we should not exploit it for our own gain. Wicca is not recognized as a religion by anyone other than its followers. Wicca is not a cult. Many Wiccans are independent and worship on their own or with a group...
  • Spinoza God
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    SPINOZA Spinoza was born into a Jewish family in 1632 during the Spanish Inquisition. His parents fled Spain after heavy persecution by the Catholics to convert. When Spinoza was just 12 years old he began to question his teachings of Judaism being the "best" religion. A few years later he was ex-communicated by his synagogue for questioning those beliefs. He believed that the Bible was not to be used in a literal sense, but to be interpreted metaphorically. His religious philosophy was that rel...
  • Complete Silence And Spectacular Mountains
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    Surround by thousands of stars, complete silence, and spectacular mountains, I stood atop New Hampshire's Presidential Range awestruck by nature's beauty. Immediately, I realized that I must dedicate my life to understanding the causes of how the universe works in all it's beauty. In addition, the hike taught me several valuable lessons that will allow me to increase my understanding trough scientific research. Although the first few miles of the hike up Mt. Madison did not offer fantastic views...
  • Seventeenth And The Eighteenth Centuries
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    In seventeenth century America, the world was a frightening place. God could, and would, strike a man down at any time for any missteps he might take. Nature was filled with horrors, like Indians, and the Devil resided in the forest, waiting to steal peoples's oils. In the eighteenth century, however, the Enlightenment began. Man discovered that he could learn by following others' example, or by observing nature, rather than looking solely to the Bible for answers. People began to become concern...
  • O Lord My God
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    THOMAS AQUINAS Also known as Doctor Angelic us; The Dumb Ox; The Universal Teacher; Doctor Communis; Great Synthesizer Memorial 28 January Profile Son of the Count of Aquino, born in the family castle in Lombardy near Naples. Educated by Benedictine monks at Monte Cassino, and at the University of Naples. Secretly joined the medic ant Dominican friars in 1244. His noble family kidnapped and imprisoned him for a year to keep him out of sight, and deprogram him, but he rejoined his order in 1245. ...
  • Machine Intelligence Test
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    AI: Artificial Intelligence: The branch of computer science that deals with writing computer programs that can solve problems creatively; AI is used so computers can solve problems, learn and gain knowledge. AI is an attempt for computers to simulate human qualities. Areas of AI research: Learning, game theoretic methods, Reasoning, speech Intelligent agents, physical modeling Knowledge representation natural language Logic programming planning AI: Classification: AI can be classified into three...
  • Direct Mystical Experience Of Reality
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    Anthropology 122-1 Western Scientific Perspectives Walking on a clear night a person can't help but look up and see the stars. Each beautiful, illuminating the night sky along with the moon, far away yet close enough to admire and wonder. I sit sometimes outside and just look up and gaze in wonder at the stars, but the scientists in me thinks further. The stars are like our sun in the solar system, hydrogen balls, exploding, radiating energy and light in all directions yet we are so far that we ...
  • Third Wave And The Knowledge Age
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    Cyberspace and the American Dream: A Magna Carta for the Knowledge Age This statement represents the cumulative wisdom and innovation of many dozens of people. It is based primarily on the thoughts of four 'co-authors': Ms. Esther Dyson; Mr. George Gilder; Dr. George Key worth; and Dr. Alvin Toff ler. This release 1.2 has the final 'imprimatur' of no one. In the spirit of the age: Itis copyrighted solely for the purpose of preventing someone else from doing so. If you have it, you can use it any...
  • True Nature Of Teotl
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    William C Boyd 3/5/05 World PhilosophiesNauha Philosophy It has been the goal of any society to try and begin to understand the nature of existence and the connection with an ultimate that humans feel. This searching is often human nature and leads different cultures around the world to describe the human problematic in many different ways. For the Nauha, a native Mexican tribe, the surface of the earth is slippery and narrow like a jagged path following mountain peeks. With a world view as such...
  • Victor Transgresses The Natural Order
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    The works Alastor, Frank stein, and Manfred have several concerns or issues in common. Since all three of these authors were in close contact with one another, and Byron's, ghost-story sessions are said to have provided the initial impetus for Mary Shelly's Frankenstein, then it would not be inconceivable for these works to discuss common issues. The main issue that is discussed in all three works is mans desire to poses nature and the consequences incurred as a result of this desire. All three ...

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