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Insect Project - Tribes of Neurot Insect Project 2002   CD  
Adaptation And Survival: The Insect Project [Neurot] - Tribes of Neurot Adaptation And Survival: The Insect Project [Neurot] 2002 Produkt polecany CD  
60 Degrees - Tribes of Neurot 60 Degrees 2000   CD  
Grace - Tribes of Neurot Grace 1999 Produkt polecany CD  
Adaption & Survival [Man'S Ruin] - Tribes of Neurot Adaption & Survival [Man'S Ruin] 1998   CD  
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Static Migration - Tribes of Neurot Static Migration 1998   CD  
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Bjn0imCQuj [2013-10-02] that she hadn't called me.About space: if you go to the top alcrtie (today is March 16, 2007) called the God of the Gaps I address this issue. There have and will always be unknowns in life. I think your reference to space could be likened to people long ago not knowing what the wind was or where rain and clouds come from, etc and mistakenly attributing them to gods.We apparently evolved to think about the universe in 3 dimensions. It's hard for our brains to deal with other dimensions that may cause space to wrap around on itself, but it doesn't follow that it has some connection to anything magical or supernatural IMHO any more than ancients thinking there were gods that had to be appeased or there would be no rain and their crops would fail. We like the ancients simply have a gap in our knowledge at this point that may be perfectly clear to our descendants someday.About when we die: At this point it's my subjective opinion that our consciousness is solely a product of chemical and electrical processes in our brains. If this is true, then like a computer, when our brains are turned off and begin deteriorating, that consciousness ends forever, so my opinion is that before we are buried or cremated our consciousness doesn't go elsewhere, but that it's already gone to what programmers call the bit bucket. I do think that a person named Jesus did exist because he was a failure. Religious people don't tend to make up stories where the god they worship fails. I think Jesus thought he was a great prophet and was to lead a supernaturally joined rebellion against the Jewish dominators at the time (the Romans). This actually ties back into the subject of this alcrtie. Jesus predicts the Son of Man will come and end the domination of the Romans and cause dramatic changes in the world. Jesus may have even tried to start a rebellion/uprising by the temple incident (overturning the merchant's tables). This is probably what got him in trouble and ultimately instead of leading the uprising he was promising, he left his [ciach!] scratching their heads when he was executed. Decades after Jesus there was a Jewish leader that actually did what Jesus had wanted to do. He got a Jewish uprising going. But his plans failed also because it was quickly squashed by the Romans.I think later the embellishments to the stories came, Jesus was promoted to a god, and the [ciach!] and Paul attributed the age old idea of a god resurrecting to explain why Jesus died instead of leading the rebellion that he promised his [ciach!].Paul also adopted parts of his home town religion (Mithraism) into what he turned into Christianity (redemption by the shedding of blood) and Paul again predicted that Jesus would come back to end the world in the lifetimes of his followers which of course never happened.So I think Jesus mistakenly thought he was the next Moses or David (as the author of Matthew tries to paint him) and like them was to lead the Jewish people in a great battle and out of their domination by their dominators, but instead he was executed. His followers had to make some sense out of this and that is what later became the Christian religion. 300 years later Constantine, the ruler of most of the world at the time adopted the fledgling Christian religion because unlike his former religion, it allowed him to have redemption despite the fact that he murdered much of his family (and ironically the Catholic church later Cannonized him/made him a saint). Constantine is the reason that much of the world today worships Jesus because he made it the religion of most of the world by his decree. If it wasn't for Constantine, Christianity might have remained a minor religion and may have even eventually died out.Anyway, rambling again. take care, Capella
Koker [2005-08-24] Tribes of Neurot jest po prostu swietna kapelą, klimat który potrafią stworzyc jest tak tajemniczy i mroczny ze zadna inna kapela im nie dorównuje.
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