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, cameron <cbailes@s...> wrote:
> On December 10, 2002 04:45 pm, "eyeofhoor wrote:
> >When success has not
> >been my guiding light, my certainty has been. In the end, my
> >certainty of discovering the 'Key of it all' will be the hardest
> >thing to explain away by critics such as yourself. The evidence
> >will show I was right all along, and you have had nothing better
> >to do than take potshots at my efforts.
> Which 'Key of it all' are you refering to? Aren't there several of
There are many impostors that have proven nothing whatsover,
including Charles Stansfield Jones.
> Also, in the absence of success, how can you be certain that you
> will succeed? Has your destiny as a prophet already been revealed
I have had limited success in the past, but my detractors have
simply been too obtuse to realize it.
I have written of my destiny as a prophet in several short accounts
of my experiences, so you were either not paying attention or so full
of mockery you failed to take them seriously.
> Don't prophets have to prophecy meaningful things?
Only if it be his or her will. A prophet's work might not come to
fruitation until after having left the physical realm, so it could be
that yonder beggar is a King, and all prophets are true!
> I like the Devil' Dictionary definition of prophecy:
> PROPHECY, n. The art and practice of selling one's credibility for
> future delivery.
Forget that crap and read the writing on the wall:
"Signature of the Gods"