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Hopi prophecy fulfilled?
08-12-2009, 01:49 AM,
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Hopi prophecy fulfilled?
http://stevequayle.com/News.alert/09_Photo...o.of.day.b.html
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08-19-2009, 05:29 PM, (This post was last modified: 08-19-2009, 05:37 PM by JazzRoc.)
#2
Hopi prophecy fulfilled?
That was an easy prophecy to get fulfilled, as quite a few spider species use their threads for air travel.

But native Americans never were scientists, were they?:)

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This an interesting WEB, isn't it?
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08-21-2009, 10:32 PM, (This post was last modified: 08-21-2009, 10:33 PM by ---.)
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Quote:But native Americans never were scientists, were they?:)

I don't know that either way.

from about 3 minutes in. evangelical science is seemingly thoroughly myopic.

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08-22-2009, 12:21 AM,
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Hopi prophecy fulfilled?
Pretty close by their own standards. They're only wrong by a factor of A THOUSAND.

Young earth creationists prefer a factor of EIGHT HUNDRED THOUSAND.
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08-22-2009, 05:14 AM,
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Hopi prophecy fulfilled?
Quote:That was an easy prophecy to get fulfilled, as quite a few spider species use their threads for air travel.

But native Americans never were scientists, were they?:)

[Image: usa-flightpaths450.jpg]

This an interesting WEB, isn't it?

Well scientist as what these days termed no. I seriously doubt though that they had any misconceptions about spiders, bit god like thinking aren't you?

Lets see, you push the " man made global warming" hoax quite a lot. Well all these "great discoveries" according to you and Al Whore really done us well. Cancer wasn't ever thought of. Big scientistic accomplishment there. The air was clean, the water was clean. Nobody was raping all the earth out of greed. Hate to inform you but herbs (all 1/2 assed working meds are based on) were used to heal. Nope, science doesn't get nothing there either. Look into the Graviola Tree and get an idea what science does when they can't patten it, ie, make it work when they change it. The weapons were primative, rather than to spend all their time figuring out how to kill people quicker, they used their efforts to more positive attributes of helping each other. They didn't see the need in seeing who could kill the other faster. They seen no real need to over produce nor chemical to death the soil, just took what was needed and then gave back. In the 1940s most soild were deprived most of the necessary minerals needed (by us) in the food we eat to absorb and properly use vitamins. By scientist to the rescue, NPK fertilizer would at least make the food grow to look like it should, sorta. Using the art of petro-chemical NPK fertilizers. Least we not forget altering the food genetically, hey, who wants to wait on nature and natural selection of a bunch of farmers. Never mind that animals will not eat it unless starving, and those that do face all kinds of serious diseases, fatal and chronic. The corn for instance, uniform kernells, uniforn development, but the husks are loose so insects can destroy it easily. Scientist to the rescue again with poison to spray on our food to kill what eats it, then we eat it. Most animals don't eat where they shit.

So in effect, I hope you will forgive me if I don't bow to the wannabe gods of science or the great accomplishments. And I'll just bet those old tribes of Hopi, maybe even the new members are a hell of a lot more in tune than you are. And I'll just bet, they weren't as dumb as you think, nor is man these days as smart as you think. As Buddist say, a wise man walks with his head down.
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08-22-2009, 06:51 PM, (This post was last modified: 08-22-2009, 06:52 PM by ---.)
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Quote:Pretty close by their own standards. They're only wrong by a factor of A THOUSAND.

Young earth creationists prefer a factor of EIGHT HUNDRED THOUSAND.

the aspect of their oral history denoting a major catastrophe for which there is evidence..except it predates the given theory of settlement and expansion..the picture you hold as incontestable.

Perhaps it is the prevailing theory that has the factoring askew.

Long earth creationists are far harder for Dawinian disciples to dismiss. That's probably why they are simply ignored in favour of easy bait like young creationists.

'Forbidden Archeology' is available second hand for ok prices on Amazon.
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08-23-2009, 02:01 AM,
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Hopi prophecy fulfilled?
I watched an intervue, not sure if it was the same guy who talked about de-evolution. Very interesting perspective and quite feasible too. I think it was the same man, Cremo. Emailed him to ask a few questions and surprized that he emailed me back, or someone that said he was him. Extremely nice and intelligent.
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