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If all existence is an electromagnetic field, and there is already evidence that cosmic entities can effect Earth, why is astrology so frowned upon? Before humanity has ever understood ANY field of scientific study, it has been merely recognizing patterns in the physical world. Alchemy was the only thing we had before we could understand the complexity of the atom, however, it formed the basis of modern chemistry. Is it truly unfeasible to believe that Astrology cannot form the groundwork for a more in-depth science once we are able to better understand how electromagnetic fields interact with each other? I mean, it goes without saying that daily horoscopes are kind of bullshit. But is it completely far fetched that the position of cosmic entities can have a huge effect on human behavior? Or is it just a coincidence that ALL religions are a mutant form of worshiping the stars and planets, or that a full moon makes people crazier, or that every major society has had some form of astrology?
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God is a binary, fractal, self-replicating algorithm. The universe is a genetic matrix resulting from the existential tension created by His desire for self-knowledge.
God could not be omniscient and omnipotent, since he is eternal and unique. "He knows no beginning, and also nothing like Himself, and also no end," God created man in His own image so that He could learn about Himself.
God is only a potential mind with an unformed longing to know itself. After the split, God iterated into a binary-based matrix, continually increasing in complexity as He collected more and more information about Himself.
The tension between God's positive and negative aspects boils down to an identity crisis -- cosmic self-loathing. The positive force is the part of God that chose to differentiate itself in search of self-knowledge; the negative force is the part of God that seeks to return to its original unified state (obliterating reality in the process). "divine wrath," the eternal frustration of seeking a goal that can never be accomplished.
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So /x/, i'm taking a break from life for the rest of the day.
Could i interest you in a reading thread?
All i need is a name to go on, nicknames are fine to. the names of other people involved are helpful as well.
>accuracy is not guaranteed, this is just for fun.
>if you dont follow the instructions, i'll probably skip you.
Also, yes i'll talk about anything else /x/ related
just ask. I know a little about a lot.
Websites about Paranormal
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Hey /x/, back in the days when i was really into UFOS, Cryptids, HIstory manipulation, and stuff, i used to go on an old-fashioned website.. Serious shit, photos, videos, and quotes of more or less famous scientists. Now that i'm back into paranormal, i would like to know if some of you, anon, could give me a few links to some good websites, focusing on paranormal (Also, i'm found of the hystory mystories, and stuff.)