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Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#3 Oct 31, 2013
Hardie-Har-Har wrote:
{{{(((STRANGE THOUGHTS)))}}}

Indeed!...

I'm sure that we all have moments when really strange or weird thoughts pop up.... i.e.,... provided we possess a Neo Cortex, along with a humanely-based conscience that is logistically-endowed!

To psychopaths or insane-type people,... strange and weird thoughts appear as normal.... When you experience the strangies,... and if they are caused by some kind of anxiety or worry,...

Well,... Kiddies,...

This be the place to dump them in hope of de-demonizing yourself!

Shrinks say that strange ideas can occur due to some anxiety or stressful condition.... They advise that relief, whole or partial, can be achieved simply by writing them down!

So then,... from my personal library of Strange Thoughts,..

I will sacrifice this one for an example:

Being an avid "Anti-Christ"; a crusader out to destroy the evils of Paganized Christianity,

... I naturally would often experience Strange-Thought-Popups such as this recurrent one:

"JESUS SHOULDA PARADED AROUND THE JUDEAN TOWNS IN THE NUDE!" ...

It make perfect sense, based on the Bible's teachings!...

Adam, when he was PERFECT and WITHOUT SIN,... lived shamelessly in the NUDE!

CLOTHES were only required to hide his "PARTS OF SHAME" (Rev 16; 1 Cor 12:23), which shame resulted only because of sin (THUS,... making clothing a sign of sin)!...

Why Didn't Perfect ("2nd Adam") Jesus live in the nude to prove his perfection,... hmm?

(Don't give me BS that there were no people in Eden.... Those gods, devils, angels and EVE,(who frolicked around totally bare-assed nude) would make us skittishly modest!!

I know how weird and strange that thought is,... but, such a Q is biblically-logistic, based upon the reason the Bible gives for the invention and necessity of wearing clothing!...

From such,... I conclude that NUDISM is the Bible's sign of perfection!... Jesus then,... must show himself in the nude to prove that HE bears NO "PARTS OF SHAME!" ...

He MUST BE Ding-Dong Proud,... ELSE,...

He'd be jest a sinner like all the rest of us!

That Strange Thought,... I have being written down in this "Strange Thoughts" thread; ...

Now, it will no longer be a burden for me, and ... Jesus will have to forgive me, ehh!!...

See how easy it is, Kids!...

So,... feel free to share your strange thoughts here,... even any 800-lb gorilla-thoughts!..

BTW; ... Have a Hell-Lover Happy Halloweeen,... Kiddies!!....

I must go now to feed sugar and coin to those little masked demons!

...

Hardie-Har-Har!(aka, Captain Kidd!)
Strange stuff indeed my friend. I have some strange thoughts of my own to contribute at a later point. But first I would ask a few questions of you.

Do you believe that Jesus was a real man who defied the teachings of the Jewish Pharisees? I do. Also, do you believe that he was the messiah and son of god (at least metaphorically)?? Once again, i do.

I think describing yourself as an "Anti-Christ" is not entirely accurate to be honest with you my friend.

The term Anti-Christ has other connotations that I am confident you do not intend to imply. Namely that you believe in Luciferian doctrine, which I doubt you do. Peace out!
Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#4 Nov 16, 2013
One of my strange thoughts is that Christians, Muslims and legitimate Jews are probably all worshipping the same god.

I suspect that the Talmudic Jews and many of the Zionists are actually worshipping Lucifer however. How about that for some strange stuff!
Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#5 Nov 25, 2013
Hmm..

Surely somebody else has some "strange thoughts" that they are willing to share with the rest of us.

I have many!

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#9 Nov 27, 2013
Hardie-Har-Har wrote:
Here's another really strange thought:
Genesis 9:28 says that "Noah lived another 350 years after the great flood." ...
According to Bible Chronology, Abraham (Abram) was born 292 years after the flood, and his father, Terah was 70 years old at the time of Abram's birth and Terah lived for 130 years.... So, by simple arithmetic we establish that Terah, Abraham and Noah's lives overlapped by at least 52-to-110 years!...
My strange thought simply asks (actually, BEGS!),...
With so many years of overlap, how come Terah, Abraham and Noah never got together?
Surely,... such a meeting with the Patriarchs and the Founder Father of Humanity should have been one hell of a monumental occasion and most necessary for Yahweh to arrange for posterity... Yet,.. the Bible is strangely silent about Noah's post-flood existence!(??)
Well,... I did some further checking and uncovered the fact that the Wino Noah became a really big sot after the flood, and spent 347.5 years in some remote Turkish rehab.... Abe went to visit Noah on his way to the promised desert and Noah barfed all over Abraham.
The story gets kinda blurry and incoherent after that because of the textual vomit stains.
Hardie-Har-Har!
Good strange thoughts...

I wonder what kind of health care plan they all had....;)
kooky toughts

Bluefield, WV

#12 Nov 29, 2013
Anything coming from Kookie Parker is a strange thought. Kooks is a psycho.

"You are GS, you are the doc, you are Sundog, blah blah blah"

LMAO
Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#21 Dec 31, 2013
This thread is fun...

Here's another "strange thought" for you all to ponder:

Jews run America...

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They have America in absolute lockdown...
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If you don't believe me, just download the world famous "Benjamin Freedman speech". It goes for 40 mins and it will absolutely blow your mind (if you still have one).

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#23 Dec 31, 2013
When it comes to money and prices it is nearly always about pricing for our emotions and wishes.
Bring fairness into the system and it will soon collapse.

Monsieur Hardie;
Je vous souhaite une bonne nouvelle année 2014!

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#26 Dec 31, 2013
Hardie-Har-Har wrote:
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Thanx for the great "Strange Thought" ... WHICH,... if'n I get your point, says,...
"GREED IS GOOD!" - Gordon Gecko's motto, of "Wall Street" movie fame!
"Bonne Nouvelle Ann'ee" to U in return,... Mr.Ironman!
Hardie!
My strange idea is that our entire money system is based on our emotions; it is the chaotic sum of dreams and wishes of everybody summed up into a currency system that can be measured to a certain degree.

But it is fragile; based on emotions.

Each and one of us have different dreams and the value of my dreams for something might be very different from your dreams.
Some of us want luxury and expensive things, maybe just for the reason of being admired and to impress some person, maybe for the reason of other desires lurking in our mind?

On the other hand; we need food and housing, and maybe at a modest level, but even that is ruled by our emotions.
We are selling our time for some measurable currency but this price reflects both our and also someone else’s emotions and desires, what they want and their price for that.

We are selling our precious and limited time here on Earth for the reason of our emotions and desires.

And then ultimately; we and the Rothschild’s and everybody else are depending ultimately on a chaotic system of dreams and emotions, without it the entire system will collapse.

Since: Sep 08

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#32 Jan 4, 2014
Hardie-Har-Har wrote:
Things get real strange too,...
when we entertain the thought that:
What if Adam was a REAL HE-MAN,...
And Eve was a REAL SHE-WOMAN??
Adam would be at his peak manhood,...
with his 1000 hp locomotive sex-urge jesta drivin' to beat the meat!
Eve would of kept her virginity intact maybe as long as 45-50 minutes, after Adam first spotted her!...
they'da been raisin' Cain right off the bat,... bein' so Abel and all,...
Also,...
had Adam been a real he-man he'da been cravin' meat to eat,
instead of all that wimpy fruit the whimp-god Jehovah offered him!
And when the snake came to tempt him and Eve,... SHITSKY,
Adam would stomped his ass and thread him on a spite to BBQ!
Adam and Eve would've enjoyed some fruity chardonnay with
their snake dinner,... It woulda been a real dandy first meal together!
Adam to Eve, "Ya know, Baby,...it tastes sorta like chicken, eh!?"
Eve to Adam, "WTF's 'chicken',... My BIG He Man??" ...
After din-din, they'd of relaxed and lit up a couple of Havana cigars.
Then,... it'd be back to the haystack for a roll-in-the-hay agin!!...
And there'd be hay, chaff and dust jest a'flyin' ta beat the band!...
Well,... OK,... I admit to the band bein' a bit too much jest yet!...
BUT,... skinnin' that snake and makin' Eve a snake-scarf would fit in,
... wouldn't it,... Kiddies!
Anyways,... Ya gots to admit,...that tale would sure-as-hell beat the
devil outta the one that the dull Bible thumpers dreamed up for us!...
Hardie-Har-Har!
LOL!!!!

I love your thoughts....I truly love to read your thoughts.

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#33 Jan 4, 2014
Mr Ironhart wrote:
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My strange idea is that our entire money system is based on our emotions; it is the chaotic sum of dreams and wishes of everybody summed up into a currency system that can be measured to a certain degree.
But it is fragile; based on emotions.
Each and one of us have different dreams and the value of my dreams for something might be very different from your dreams.
Some of us want luxury and expensive things, maybe just for the reason of being admired and to impress some person, maybe for the reason of other desires lurking in our mind?
On the other hand; we need food and housing, and maybe at a modest level, but even that is ruled by our emotions.
We are selling our time for some measurable currency but this price reflects both our and also someone else’s emotions and desires, what they want and their price for that.
We are selling our precious and limited time here on Earth for the reason of our emotions and desires.
And then ultimately; we and the Rothschild’s and everybody else are depending ultimately on a chaotic system of dreams and emotions, without it the entire system will collapse.
This is the stuff of philosophical discussions...I like this...and is what eastern religions try to expose...the "trinkets and beads" are false curtains over our eyes...they are not the stuff of life.
Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#35 Jan 7, 2014
Hardie-Har-Har wrote:
<quoted text>Hmm???... Hows 'bout this for a "STRANGE THOUGHT":

Did the Serpent of "Forbidden Fruit" fame pull off a "Brer Rabbit-like" snooker-job on Jehovah, as the BibleGod tried and passed out punishment sentences on the naughty trio?

Remembering how the wily "Brer Rabbit" in the Uncle Remus Story, who got trapped by the wily "Br'er Fox's" Tar-Baby (a doll made of tar used to entrap Br'er Rabbit. The more Br'er Rabbit fought Tar-Baby, the more entangled he became). So, Br'er Rabbit becomes helplessly stuck in the tar and is at the mercy of Br'er Fox.... The cunningly resourceful Br'er Rabbit pleads, "Please, Br'er Fox, don't fling me in dat brier-patch!", prompting Fox to do exactly that! Rabbits are at home in thickets, so a resourceful Br'er Rabbit escapes!

And so we read quite a similar story in the Edenic Fruit-Filled Fairy Tale,

Genesis 3:11,... The Lord God asked (Adam),
“Have you eaten from the tree whose fruit I commanded you not to eat?”

12 The man replied,“The woman that you gave me gave me the fruit, and (so) I ate it.”

13 Then the Lord God asked the woman,“What have you done?”

13 “The serpent deceived me,” she replied.“That’s why I ate it.”

14 Then the Lord God said to the serpent,“Because you have done this,

14 You are cursed more than all animals, domestic and wild.

14 You will crawl on your belly, groveling in the dust as long as you live." (NLT)

14-a The serpent said, "Harr there Jah!... I'm already craw-w-w,... I mean,... uhh,"

(Just then Br'er Serpent thinks,... most cunning, as the bible says he is!,... "Hmm,... that's exactly the kind of life I love to live!... That's what I'm designed to enjoy, crawling around in the dust!" ... So, he changes his tone and haughty demeanor a starts sobbing!)

14-b "BooHoo,... Oh-no-NO! Ohh,... Please Dear Lordy,...

NOT a life of DUSTY CRAWLINGS!... Anything but that, PUH-LEASE!!!"

14-c Jehovah responds, "Hummph!... That's exactly what you are sentenced to there, Snake!... That'll teach ya not to fVck wid ME!"

Hardie-Har-Har!
Yup, the story of Eden has a few holes in it. Far less than the official 9-11 narrative or the ghastly hollowcaust myth though. One thing that each of these stories has in common is that the authors were all Hebrews (Habiru). They prefer it if you don't look too closely into the details of their outrageous narratives. Investigating the Shoah gets you sent to prison these days.
Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#36 Jan 7, 2014
Hardie-Har-Har wrote:
Another strange thought just occurred to me:

What if Noah told the BibleGod, "NO!!!", and flatly refused to build a goddamn Ark???

According to Genesis 5:32, Noah was "500 years old" when BibleGod informed him that he was gonna fvckin' drown everything on the earth; ... that is, everything but Noah and his immediate family (a total of 8 kiddies!).... So the flood plan was a covert operation!

Assuming that during 500 years Noah had accumulated many-many relatives and friends hisself, and that his wife had her family with her mom and dad and sisters and brothers and likely many other kinfolk,... and Noah's three sons (there musta been daughters too,... although the Bible leaves them out,'cause women didn't count for much to the Jews who concocted Genesis) had their friends and in-law families from their trio of wives,... etc., etc., etc.!... We're talkin' about many, hordes of people way beyond the 8-Noachins.

On that assumption,... a good man like Noah might be inclined to take the high road and refuse to go along with Yahweh's evil Islamic-like terrorist plot that would murder all of Noah & Company's hundreds of extended family, friends, and all the rest of the world!...

Here's the scene with me playing the part of Noah:

BibleGod "Yah" slides down the beanstalk from his firmament throne chompin' a banana and informs Noah of his flood plot and orders Noah to start building a monster-size boat.

Noah: You're gonna do what??... You're gonna flood the world and drown everybody??

YAH: Yah!... Ya'betcha! My agent-angels are haulin' in tankards of water and preppin' for it starting tomorrow.... It's gonna be a glorious waterfall with lotsa thunder, lightnin','n stuff.... Even Gabriel's 10,000 Horn and Harpist Band is set to perform at Half-Time!
I figgers it'll take a 100 years to suck up enough water and for you to construct your tub.

YAH: I WILL DESTROY YOU,... along with everyone else if you dare to disobey me!

Noah: No U won't!...'cause U said that I'm the only righteous man on earth!(Gen 6:9)

Kill me and U kill Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, etal, all the way to Jesus!... Kill me and all your plans for Christ's kingdom will go up in smoke.... and U won't get to watch your only son get crucified,... Yo main sporting event!... Furthermore, Yah,... kill me and there'll be no Christian Lion Feasts at the Roman Coliseums, NO Inquisition, NO Crusades, NO Dark Ages, NO Witch Hunts,... etc.,... all the things that you delight in!... Yes,... Kill me and they'll be no Billy Graham, no Jerry Falwell or Jimmy Swaggart!... Kill me and there won't be any Muhammad or Islam or "9-11" or ... ARMAGEDDON!

YAH:(screamin') YEEIIIYYEEEYYIII-FVCKO!!!(sput tering speechlessly mad, Yah scrambles up his beanstalk in a thunderous rage, causin' a mild earthquake in his wake!)

At the top of the stalk, Yah turns around and yells down to Noah, "How do U know all that those things I have planned for the future, Noah?"
The story gets even more bizarre (& sickening) in the Talmudic adaptation. As I understand it the Babylonian Talmud teaches that his children were all of different races.

That is not so sickening, but the Talmud teaches that Ham (Noah's black son) found Noah drunk and lying naked one night. Naturally, this caused Ham to become "aroused" and he sodomized Noah repeatedly in his sleep.

The Hebrew storytellers teach us (in their infinite wisdom) that Noah, furious, then put a curse on Ham and all of his descendants. They were to be the slaves of Noah's other son's descendants for eternity.

It is commonly referred to as "The Curse of Ham" and Talmudic scholars and Rabbis still teach it to this very day. It is the handiwork and the hateful legacy of the Pharisees.
Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#37 Jan 7, 2014
Mr Ironhart wrote:
<quoted text>My strange idea is that our entire money system is based on our emotions; it is the chaotic sum of dreams and wishes of everybody summed up into a currency system that can be measured to a certain degree.

But it is fragile; based on emotions.

Each and one of us have different dreams and the value of my dreams for something might be very different from your dreams.
Some of us want luxury and expensive things, maybe just for the reason of being admired and to impress some person, maybe for the reason of other desires lurking in our mind?

On the other hand; we need food and housing, and maybe at a modest level, but even that is ruled by our emotions.
We are selling our time for some measurable currency but this price reflects both our and also someone else’s emotions and desires, what they want and their price for that.

We are selling our precious and limited time here on Earth for the reason of our emotions and desires.

And then ultimately; we and the Rothschild’s and everybody else are depending ultimately on a chaotic system of dreams and emotions, without it the entire system will collapse.
Indeed.
Very philosophical good sir.
I like it.
Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#38 Jan 7, 2014
Hardie-Har-Har wrote:
Hmm!...

While re-scanning this thread,... Bob,...
I noticed that I failed to answer your above Questions....

(sorry 'bout that slip-up)

Briefly:

1> Yes,... I am inclined to!...

If you leave out the magician tricks (water-walkin', water-into-wine, feeding 5,000, "The deaf hear, the blind see, the lame walk, the dumb talk, the dead rise") then some real Ghandi-Man peeks thru between the lines.... Jesus could be easy to believe in as a rebel-rouser who loves the podium,... like a Jim Jones, Dave Korish, or even a Hitler!

He had a magnetic personality,... but failed miserably at it. His real act turned out to be more like some Charlie Manson who gathered a few societal misfits who adored him and would even murder/die for him....

After all was said and done, Jesus after a 3-year round-the-clock stint actually converted only a total of 120 people,... according to Acts!

The real man behind Christ-Insanity was the pseudo-apostle, salesman and religion con-merchant,... Saul-Paul!... We probably wouldn't even be aware of some rabble-rouser named Jesus Christ but for Saul-Paul.

2> No Way!... Isaiah's 9:6 dotten (Ger), "Unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counseller, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace." ... cannot be matched-up with the peon that was the real Jesus....

That invokes a mighty "Strange Thought"!

(hmm?... real strange it is (I suspect), that nowhere in the NT is Isa 9:6 applied to Jesus!)

Actually,... Most politicians think of themselves in the manner described by Isaiah!(lol) A review of Emperor Constantine, for instance, makes him a more fitting candidate that matches better with that Messiah figure than Jesus ever could (when brought into reality)!

3> Save for the "Luciferian" bit, Aussie Bob,... I am truly "Anti Christ" (i.e., the form of Christianity invented and begun by Saul-Paul,... which incorporates the noxious dogma of "Auto-Sin-Birth, and the need for Vicarious Redemption"; ... a pagan-origin doctrine which compulsively turns people mindless, guilt-ridden dupes made so easy to control!!

Better: I firmly believe that all organized religion is "a snare and a racket!" - Rutherford

Stay in touch, Aussie Bob,

Hardie!
A most fascinating and insightful response Mr Hardie. I have always felt that organized religion (at least the Church/Synagogue/Mosque) was a control method to keep the masses subservient and in-line.

The quote I always found most off putting was that "the meek shall inherit the earth". If history is anything to go by (and it is), the meek have a tendency of getting controlled, conquered and eradicated.

In that order, usually.

True that Paul essentially made Christianity up and founded the church approximately as we now know it. Although I truly believe that Jesus was a real man and an enlightened soul, much like Buddha.

He was like a modern guru and spoke his wisdom in a manner (context) that people of that era and geographical region could relate to. J-dogg is still da man in my books!

Bob out!
For now...
BBL. Take care y'all.

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#42 Jan 12, 2014
Hardie-Har-Har wrote:
Hmmm???
Olive trees need a subtropical climate and do best with mild winters and long, warm, and dry summers. They are sensitive to hard freezing environments. Olive trees grow best in lower elevations up to 1500 ft., and no higher than about 2200 ft. They will grow well in climate zones 10 and 11 (above freezing). Some varieties are hardy enough for zone 9 or even 8. Temperatures below 22ºF (-5ºC) will kill small wood and branches.
Olive trees are slow growers; in the wild it may take 20-30 years to produce (if conditions permit) from a bare seed (pit). when farmed properly from a seed it can produce fruit in 8-12 years. It takes 5-6 years to produce branches from a seedling (with proper care).
The fastest way to kill an olive tree (short of fire) is to plant it in poorly drained soil. Olives hate wet feet--period.- Paul Vossen and Alexandra Kicenik Devarenne
http://www.oliveoilsource.com/page/ask-olive-...
http://www.ehow.com/info_10016671_hardiness-z...
Paul Vossen is considered one of the foremost U.S. experts in the olive oil industry. He has been a Univ. of Calif. Coop. Extension Farm Advisor in Sonoma County, Calif.
Alexandra Devarenne is an olive oil researcher, taster and educator in Sonoma County.
"And the waters returned from off the earth continually: and after the end of the hundred and fifty days the waters were abated. And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat. And the waters decreased continually until the tenth month: in the tenth month, on the first day of the month, were the tops of the mountains seen." - Genesis 8:3-5 KJV
"And Noah stayed yet other seven days; and he sent forth the dove out of the ark; And the dove came in to him in the evening; and, lo, in her mouth was an olive leaf plucked off: so Noah knew that the waters were abated from off the earth." - Genesis 8:10, 11
In view of the above expert info about olive trees, how in Yahweh's Hell can the Genesis story of how Noah's dove "plucked off an olive leaf" from a tree that can't ever grow at any where near Mt. Ararat's 16,000 ft elevation (to begin with); a tree that needs at least 5-6 years to branch and grow leaves (more like 8-12 years, or more if it's growing wild, as this olive tree obviously would have been!),...
AND,... the experts tell us that,... "The fastest way to kill an olive tree (short of fire) is to plant it in poorly drained soil. Olives hate wet feet--period!" ...
Well now,... it would surely seem logical that the "poorly drained soil and wet feet" that the flood produced,... and the freezing conditions of Mount Ararat's 16,000 foot crown, and all the other impossible long-term conditions for an olive leaf to be produced makes this just another poorly-thought-out and pure fairy-tale feature of the Genesis Flood!
Obviously,... the concocter of the flood myth didn't know beans about how the "olive leaf" is produced,... esp... the time factors involved!
Hardie-Har-Har!
This is cool. Strange thoughts AND Prolonged Ponderings.

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#43 Jan 12, 2014
Aussie Bob wrote:
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A most fascinating and insightful response Mr Hardie. I have always felt that organized religion (at least the Church/Synagogue/Mosque) was a control method to keep the masses subservient and in-line.
The quote I always found most off putting was that "the meek shall inherit the earth". If history is anything to go by (and it is), the meek have a tendency of getting controlled, conquered and eradicated.
In that order, usually.
True that Paul essentially made Christianity up and founded the church approximately as we now know it. Although I truly believe that Jesus was a real man and an enlightened soul, much like Buddha.
He was like a modern guru and spoke his wisdom in a manner (context) that people of that era and geographical region could relate to. J-dogg is still da man in my books!
Bob out!
For now...
BBL. Take care y'all.
I've read where some think Christ studied Buddhism in India....would make sense and account for the missing years ages 13 - 33 AND his thoughts on how to behave as they mirror Buddhism.

Since: Sep 08

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#44 Jan 12, 2014
Hardie-Har-Har wrote:
Hmmm???
Olive trees need a subtropical climate and do best with mild winters and long, warm, and dry summers. They are sensitive to hard freezing environments. Olive trees grow best in lower elevations up to 1500 ft., and no higher than about 2200 ft. They will grow well in climate zones 10 and 11 (above freezing). Some varieties are hardy enough for zone 9 or even 8. Temperatures below 22ºF (-5ºC) will kill small wood and branches.
Olive trees are slow growers; in the wild it may take 20-30 years to produce (if conditions permit) from a bare seed (pit). when farmed properly from a seed it can produce fruit in 8-12 years. It takes 5-6 years to produce branches from a seedling (with proper care).
The fastest way to kill an olive tree (short of fire) is to plant it in poorly drained soil. Olives hate wet feet--period.- Paul Vossen and Alexandra Kicenik Devarenne
http://www.oliveoilsource.com/page/ask-olive-...
http://www.ehow.com/info_10016671_hardiness-z...
Paul Vossen is considered one of the foremost U.S. experts in the olive oil industry. He has been a Univ. of Calif. Coop. Extension Farm Advisor in Sonoma County, Calif.
Alexandra Devarenne is an olive oil researcher, taster and educator in Sonoma County.
"And the waters returned from off the earth continually: and after the end of the hundred and fifty days the waters were abated. And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat. And the waters decreased continually until the tenth month: in the tenth month, on the first day of the month, were the tops of the mountains seen." - Genesis 8:3-5 KJV
"And Noah stayed yet other seven days; and he sent forth the dove out of the ark; And the dove came in to him in the evening; and, lo, in her mouth was an olive leaf plucked off: so Noah knew that the waters were abated from off the earth." - Genesis 8:10, 11
In view of the above expert info about olive trees, how in Yahweh's Hell can the Genesis story of how Noah's dove "plucked off an olive leaf" from a tree that can't ever grow at any where near Mt. Ararat's 16,000 ft elevation (to begin with); a tree that needs at least 5-6 years to branch and grow leaves (more like 8-12 years, or more if it's growing wild, as this olive tree obviously would have been!),...
AND,... the experts tell us that,... "The fastest way to kill an olive tree (short of fire) is to plant it in poorly drained soil. Olives hate wet feet--period!" ...
Well now,... it would surely seem logical that the "poorly drained soil and wet feet" that the flood produced,... and the freezing conditions of Mount Ararat's 16,000 foot crown, and all the other impossible long-term conditions for an olive leaf to be produced makes this just another poorly-thought-out and pure fairy-tale feature of the Genesis Flood!
Obviously,... the concocter of the flood myth didn't know beans about how the "olive leaf" is produced,... esp... the time factors involved!
Hardie-Har-Har!
Strange Thoughts AND Prolonged Ponderings

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#46 Jan 13, 2014
Hardie-Har-Har wrote:
As (({{{ STRANGE }}})) as it may seem, Kids,...
The BibleGod suffers from a medical condition known as "MPD"!
"The LORD is a man of war: the lord is his name." - Exodus 15:3
"Now the God of peace be with you all. Amen!" - Romans 15:33
Multiple Personality Disorder is the alternation of two or more distinct personality states with impaired recall among personality states. In extreme cases, the host personality is unaware of the other, alternating personalities; however, the alternate personalities are aware of all the existing personalities.... This state is typically associated with stressful life circumstances and can be short or lengthy. There may also occur depersonalization disorder (periods of detachment from self or surrounding), which is experienced "unreal".
DISSOCIATIVE FUGUE (from Italian "fuga" = "flight") is a period of amnesia during which the affected person seems to be consciously making rational decisions: and when, upon recovery, the period is not remembered.... After a manic mood, a bipolared person will often “crash” into a depressive mood, which is characterized by extreme sadness.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dissociative_dis...
Such an "MPD" condition appears to be affecting the BibleGod when he confesses this:
"I form the light, and create darkness; I make peace, and create evil. I am Jehovah, that doeth all these things." - Isaiah 45:7 (ASV)...
The BibleGod comes off like he is compelled to 'fess up to us about his sick bipolar state!
Well Now,... we are clearly told that:
"An evil man (or god) forges evil and fire burns from his mouth....
Scoundrels create trouble; their words are a destructive blaze." - Proverbs 16:27 (NLT)
Therefore,... based upon the above scriptures,... God must be accused of being:
"A troublemaker and a villain,...
Who goes about with a corrupt mouth,...
who plots evil with deceit in his heart,...
He is always stirring up conflict." - Proverbs 6:12-14 (NIV)
What (WTF)???... I don't believe my bibled-eyes!!!...
Hey!... HEY YOU THERE,... BibleGod!!... Yeh YOU!(???),...
Would U please repeat that for the folks?...
Yah: "SURE!! Yah-Betcha!!... No Problemo!... I dooo love repeating this script":
"I am forming light, and preparing darkness, Making peace, and preparing evil, I am BibleGod-Jehovah, doing all these things!" - Isaiah 45:7 Young's Literal Translation
Me: "Are Ya sure that Ya don't wanna take that noxious contradiction back,... Yah?"
Yah: "Huhh??... WTF did I say???"
Me: "It's OK, Yah,... It wasn't important!" ... Hmm???...
Hardie-Har-Har!
"preparing evil". Hmmmmmm...well, since it's said God doesn't make crap.....is evil okay then?

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#47 Jan 17, 2014
My mind feels empty at this moment but I would bump this thread in order to keep it alive.
Strange thoughts is what brings progress into the world; unless we have had people among us like Newton, Einstein and many more we would still be in the stone ages.
It is the strange and unfamiliar ideas, sometimes totally insane and sometimes a lightening of genius, which brings this world forward.
But in the hands of ordinary people, however perfect the initial ideas might be, we will all participate in producing a lot of crap from it.
Aussie Bob

Medindie, Australia

#48 Jan 18, 2014
Mr Ironhart wrote:
<quoted text>My strange idea is that our entire money system is based on our emotions; it is the chaotic sum of dreams and wishes of everybody summed up into a currency system that can be measured to a certain degree.

But it is fragile; based on emotions.

Each and one of us have different dreams and the value of my dreams for something might be very different from your dreams.
Some of us want luxury and expensive things, maybe just for the reason of being admired and to impress some person, maybe for the reason of other desires lurking in our mind?

On the other hand; we need food and housing, and maybe at a modest level, but even that is ruled by our emotions.
We are selling our time for some measurable currency but this price reflects both our and also someone else’s emotions and desires, what they want and their price for that.

We are selling our precious and limited time here on Earth for the reason of our emotions and desires.

And then ultimately; we and the Rothschild’s and everybody else are depending ultimately on a chaotic system of dreams and emotions, without it the entire system will collapse.
Well said. For the Rothschilds the game isn't quite the same as it is for the rest of us, of course. They are playing with loaded die, no matter what happens they will be cashing in off the money printing, interest (usury), war profiteering, international laundering, manufactured stock market "fluctuations" and the various other criminal schemes they have on the go.

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