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Re: [usa-tesla] New Agers

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  • Fred Bach
    ... Oddly enough, Michael, this is rather close to the Biblical definition of demonism. ... Fred Bach music@triumf.ca Opinions are only mine.
    Message 1 of 45 , Mar 1, 2002
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      Michael Riversong wrote:
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      > Here are a few New Age characteristics that i have personally found troubling:
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      > -- Automatic acceptance of information from any disembodied entity, through
      > chanelling practice.
      > -- Public claims of being in communication with extraterrestrial entities,
      > with no concrete proof.
      > -- Constant promotion of various prophecies that don't come true. After a
      > due date passes, immediately leaping onto the next set of prophecies.
      > (Worst one of those was the "Photon Belt" scare of 1991-2).
      > -- Blind acceptance of hypnosis as a legitimate way to accomplish anything.
      > -- Promoting the belief that there is "no such thing as evil".
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      Oddly enough, Michael, this is rather close to the Biblical
      definition of demonism.

      ... Fred Bach music@... Opinions are only mine.
    • James Moore
      For real pyramid power... check these controversial facts... http://www.humanunderground.com/11september/pent.html Very strange... JPM
      Message 45 of 45 , Mar 9, 2002
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        For real pyramid power... check these controversial facts...

        http://www.humanunderground.com/11september/pent.html

        Very strange...

        JPM

        > ----- Original Message -----
        > From: "Ed Phillips" <evp@...>
        > To: <usa-tesla@yahoogroups.com>
        > Sent: Friday, March 08, 2002 5:51 PM
        > Subject: Re: [usa-tesla] New Agers
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        > > That was deuterated acetone [hydrogen (H1) atoms replaced with
        > > deuterium (H2) atoms]. From a preview of an article in Science I get
        > > the impression that they excited the fluid simultaneously with acoustic
        > > signals and neutrons, but can't tell for sure. Apparently the net
        > > product was some tritium. They calculate (others seem to disagree) that
        > > the shock waves in the fluid create a temperature in the tiny bubble
        > > exceeds 10 million degrees C.
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        > > Ed
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        > Hmmm.... interesting indeed. Didn't know about the acetone... ouch that's
        > hot!
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        > JPM
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