Re: religious books?
- beautiful answer tara, thank you very much!
there are some little signs around mr hamel`s story that makes a
satisfactory smile on my face because it confirmes what i think: that
this is pretty much real and unique. no cheating. no making things up
by mental speculation, because otherwise some elements would
contradict eachother no matter how big fantasy one has.
im reading chris felton`s comments from the files section: wow,
unbelievable! (in a good way) so much knowledge there.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "lady hawk" <tarabead@...> wrote:
> Dear Greg,
> When I visited with David his house was pretty devoid of any other
> books aside from the bible,
> Don't ask me which version, The egyptian book of the dead, and
> certianly no visible signs of any
> eastern marshal arts or feng shui or Qu'ran.
> From Davids age group, which was before the 2nd WW, it would have ben
> very surprising to me
> if he even thought kindly about any of that sort of foreign 'stuff'.
> He was a pretty down to earth, old fashioned 'John Wayne' sort of guy,
> (not very sophisticated in the eastern teachings at all) but definatly
> more intelligent than most.
> If he had an interest in anything like that it would have been dowsing
> and working with the aetheric energys like Wilhelm Reich.
> On 11/23/08, tonytetryl <tonytetryl@...> wrote:
> > hi everyone.
> > im wondering what kind of religious books did mr hamel had in his
> > as im reading through the articles in the files section, some of them
> > mentions that mr hamel was very serious about god and religion and
> > that this part of his life was not up to jokes.
> > im just wondering if he was reading the bible and the egyptian book of
> > the deads only, or he had a few "other" ones as well, like qur`an, or
> > feng shui, etc-etc...or any other interesting books?
> > thanks
> > greg.