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#67865 Feb 20, 2014
typo

are activated, not is activated
former res

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#67866 Feb 20, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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The only thing hangin' is that pink thingy between my thighs. LOL.
I am glad to hear that have one.

Does it have its own brain?

Many women here in America think that is where men's brains reside.

If you know what I mean.

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#67867 Feb 20, 2014
Uberbitch
former res

Cheshire, CT

#67868 Feb 20, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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Too subjective...
Again...you call yourself "Joel Cool Dude."

I didn't name you that; you did.

How did you mean it?

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#67869 Feb 20, 2014
former res wrote:
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I am glad to hear that have one.

Does it have its own brain?

Many women here in America think that is where men's brains reside.

If you know what I mean

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Yes, I know that your brain lies in your tiniest toe.

If you know what I mean...
former res

Cheshire, CT

#67870 Feb 20, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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What?
You don't know what logical reasoning is all about?
Go check.
Which type of logic did you employ to determine your position on religion?

inductive reasoning, abductive reasoning, or deductive reasoning?

And don't you think the absolute atheist (gnostic atheist) is on just as shaky ground as the devout believer in god (gnostic theist)?

In other words, you seem pretty sure of yourself. How do you know?

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#67871 Feb 20, 2014
former res wrote:
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Again...you call yourself "Joel Cool Dude."

I didn't name you that; you did

How did you mean it?
See, Doc, I have my own definition of "cool".

To me anyone having profound inner experiences with objective manifestations and who keeps rebounding with greater strength from all kinds of disasters that would have killed ordinary mortals or the individual concerned and one who has this never-say-die attitude is "cool".
former res

Cheshire, CT

#67872 Feb 20, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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Yoga deals with the varied frequencies of personal/universal energy/matter via the Yoga is not faith based nor is it a belief system based on fictitious entities like God nor does it deal in rubbish like creation from nothing.
Yoga is a practice of mind-matter that culminates in transcendental experiences that have objective manifestations like intense light radiating from the body of the yogi that can be seen individual brain-generated consciousness.
or measured by anyone.
Yoga has real effects - as for instance, a yogi can read your mind, tell you hidden facts about your past, tell you about your future, heal cancer in minutes, paralyze you in minutes or kill you in minutes. These are all objective facts of yoga that can be measured.
Many terms you use are extremely subjective and not able to be proved in any scientific
way: individual brain-generated consciousness; transcendental experiences; etc

Please provide objective evidence, such as light glowing from the body etc.

If it has been measured "by anyone" then there would be proof published in scientific, peer-reviewed journals. Pay attention to the type of journals I refer to.

This would not be called "Yogi Monthly" or anything like that.

I won't hang by my thumbs waiting for your evidence.

You are on even shakier ground than many religious fanatics. At least many of them admit it is only faith keeping them in the pews.

You claim that people are glowing! LOL!!!!

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#67873 Feb 20, 2014
former res wrote:
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Which type of logic did you employ to determine your position on religion?

inductive reasoning, abductive reasoning, or deductive reasoning?

And don't you think the absolute atheist (gnostic atheist) is on just as shaky ground as the devout believer in god (gnostic theist)?

In other words, you seem pretty sure of yourself. How do you know?
I know, I know, I know more than most people who've lived in the whole of history...

It's very easy to debunk the God of religions and please note that I don't employ the infantile approach of celebrated atheists like Dawkins, Hitchens, P Z, Krauss or Aron Ra who keep demanding evidence of this God. That's their only point.

My approach in debunking God is very different and more hard hitting and besides no believer can ever fool me about scriptural claims of paranormal phenomena since I am directly exposed to these and know exactly the subtle mind-matter mechanism at work and what the results should be.

I can easily defeat religious types in a debate and besides I can also easily destroy most of the arguments of atheists in a debate though however atheists are on firmer ground than theists.

Detailed explanation, some other time.

Even right now as I am typing this piece I am in the middle of a minor yogic experience involving a brain state of a higher frequency with all its attendant signs like light, sound, expansion of the nerves, descent of the higher frequency brain EM energy into the spinal nerves, a certain opening up of sensory faculties etc.

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#67874 Feb 20, 2014
former res wrote:
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Many terms you use are extremely subjective and not able to be proved in any scientific
way: individual brain-generated consciousness; transcendental experiences; etc
Please provide objective evidence, such as light glowing from the body etc.
If it has been measured "by anyone" then there would be proof published in scientific, peer-reviewed journals. Pay attention to the type of journals I refer to.
This would not be called "Yogi Monthly" or anything like that.
I won't hang by my thumbs waiting for your evidence.
You are on even shakier ground than many religious fanatics. At least many of them admit it is only faith keeping them in the pews.
You claim that people are glowing! LOL!!!!
You will neither understand nor get the same yogic experiences since you lack the capacity.

Sri Aurobindo, Swami Vivekananda, Ramanna were some of these genuine yogis whose yogic powers were on open display to anyone who cared to investigate.

In fact as far light radiating from the body is concerned, well, one of Ramanna's disciples, named Ganapathi or something like that was photographed with intense light radiating from the top of his head. This intense light radiating from his head was a constant fixture of his personality.

I too have videographic and photographic evidence of golden light radiating from my entire body...

No more comments on this aspect for now...

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#67875 Feb 20, 2014
DOC (FORMER):

Interestingly, books on Occult Chemistry, published by the Theosophical Society of India, dating to 100 years or much earlier based on psi phenomena of Annie Besant, Bishop Olcott and others who perceived the various particles of matter like electron, proton, positron, quark, etc, during trance with exact particle count and precise drawings exist. I have seen the books and a doctoral thesis in particle physics in a US university was published on this occult connection. Check online or with the Theosophical Society or with Dr M Srinivasan of the Neutron Physics Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Mumbai.

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#67876 Feb 20, 2014
Remote viewing is also a fact. The CIA has ample evidence on this psi phenomenon and had employed the services of remote viewers during the Cold War phase.

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#67877 Feb 20, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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I know, I know, I know more than most people who've lived in the whole of history...
It's very easy to debunk the God of religions and please note that I don't employ the infantile approach of celebrated atheists like Dawkins, Hitchens, P Z, Krauss or Aron Ra who keep demanding evidence of this God. That's their only point.
My approach in debunking God is very different and more hard hitting and besides no believer can ever fool me about scriptural claims of paranormal phenomena since I am directly exposed to these and know exactly the subtle mind-matter mechanism at work and what the results should be.
I can easily defeat religious types in a debate and besides I can also easily destroy most of the arguments of atheists in a debate though however atheists are on firmer ground than theists.
Detailed explanation, some other time.
Even right now as I am typing this piece I am in the middle of a minor yogic experience involving a brain state of a higher frequency with all its attendant signs like light, sound, expansion of the nerves, descent of the higher frequency brain EM energy into the spinal nerves, a certain opening up of sensory faculties etc.
Aren't you in a shaky ground as well?

You claimed that life emerged due to the unit of two forces.

You claimed that back then there were thousands of Adam and Eve emerged out-of-nothing everywhere in the world.

You claimed Aryans came out-of-nothing from North Pole.

You claimed Subhas Bose who is an immortal Yogi with a supramentalized body.

You claimed that by this year the Earth would been destroyed and this was confirmed to you by powerful immortal yogi.

You claimed the existence of immortal supramentalized yogis, who despite their terrible powers hide themselves from the mass.

You claimed to believe in the existence of Hell and Paradise.

And more...

You've been challenged, defeated and silenced by me.

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#67878 Feb 20, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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You will neither understand nor get the same yogic experiences since you lack the capacity.
Sri Aurobindo, Swami Vivekananda, Ramanna were some of these genuine yogis whose yogic powers were on open display to anyone who cared to investigate.
In fact as far light radiating from the body is concerned, well, one of Ramanna's disciples, named Ganapathi or something like that was photographed with intense light radiating from the top of his head. This intense light radiating from his head was a constant fixture of his personality.
I too have videographic and photographic evidence of golden light radiating from my entire body...
No more comments on this aspect for now...
But isn't this post the same as believers saying that prophets have seen and talked with god and that you have talked with god as well?

Your credibilty is at pair of a Christian, Muslim or Jew, for the matter.

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#67879 Feb 20, 2014
Bye, Doc. Later. I need to assimilate the ongoing yogic experience and my nerves are getting a bit painful by the minute due to the descent of the force.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#67880 Feb 20, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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I know uber is an adjective of quality.
I know better grammar than you, ok?
You do a poor job of communicating it. Dont shoot the shaliach.
former res

Cheshire, CT

#67881 Feb 20, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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Yogic experiences dealing with higher frequency brain states sensitize the nervous system to such an extent that meat, wine and tobacco are automatically rejected by the body as they set up certain vibes that jar the fine sensitivity of the nerves and tend to disrupt certain fields of energy in brain/body.
Is this why you also reject vaginas?
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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However, at an advanced stage of yoga, the yogi can consume a gallon of poison and neutralize its adverse effects as explained in the post on invincibility.
I would pay to see you drink just a few mouthfuls of poison.

Would you really do it?

I knew of bear named Yogi. Are you related?
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#67882 Feb 20, 2014
Rick Moss wrote:
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Is the answer,'Who gives a fetid dingo's kidney?'
Can't explain, ok I shall explain.
former res

Cheshire, CT

#67883 Feb 20, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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See, Doc, I have my own definition of "cool".
To me anyone having profound inner experiences with objective manifestations and who keeps rebounding with greater strength from all kinds of disasters that would have killed ordinary mortals or the individual concerned and one who has this never-say-die attitude is "cool".
As you say, dude. You have your own definition.
former res

Cheshire, CT

#67884 Feb 20, 2014
JOEL COOL DUDE wrote:
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I know, I know, I know more than most people who've lived in the whole of history...
It's very easy to debunk the God of religions and please note that I don't employ the infantile approach of celebrated atheists like Dawkins, Hitchens, P Z, Krauss or Aron Ra who keep demanding evidence of this God. That's their only point.
My approach in debunking God is very different and more hard hitting and besides no believer can ever fool me about scriptural claims of paranormal phenomena since I am directly exposed to these and know exactly the subtle mind-matter mechanism at work and what the results should be.
I can easily defeat religious types in a debate and besides I can also easily destroy most of the arguments of atheists in a debate though however atheists are on firmer ground than theists.
Detailed explanation, some other time.
Even right now as I am typing this piece I am in the middle of a minor yogic experience involving a brain state of a higher frequency with all its attendant signs like light, sound, expansion of the nerves, descent of the higher frequency brain EM energy into the spinal nerves, a certain opening up of sensory faculties etc.
You keep saying what you CAN do but you never actually do or say or prove it or anything else that I can see.

You speak of religious paranormal phenomena, yet you claim your very own - glowing Yogi bears etc.

You are nothing but puffery and fluff.

I demand at the very least some of that old time religion!

Run along now little fella. Your act is wearing thin.

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