Once a fool always a fool<quoted text>
rabbee: well it is you! who refuse to see. G-D coming to speak to your grandfather here in TheTorah. and i do not see, your elba accounting mentioned anywhere in TheTorah.
nor do i see, the name of your insane mythological fantacy g-ds names. but i can see, where it says G-D always comes to speak to Adam and adam here in TheTorah. and since G-D, is not the liar. it must be you! who are.
and mental poisoning, results in physical poisoning. thats how we end up, in a polluted world. mental cancer against G-D, can only result in physical cancer in the world.
and G-D only keeps HIS Promise, in TheTorah. and favors those, who are always here in IT. and if you want to be, with all your other g-ds then go, go, go. i am not going to stop you, who cannot stop nor save yourself away from them. you have the right to remain in gehenna untill eternal oblivion, silences you forever more.
and i don't care what, the nutz think i am. since what G-D thinks of me, is more important than your being a nut against it does.
Perhaps not surprisingly, trees appear at the foundations of many of the world's religions. Because of their relative rarity in the Near East, trees are regarded in the Bible as something almost sacred and are used to symbolize longevity, strength, and pride. Elements of pagan tree cults and worship have survived into Judeo-Christian theology. In Genesis, two trees -- the Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil -- grow at the centre of the Garden of Eden (Genesis 2:9). Scriptural and apocryphal traditions regarding the Tree of Life later merge in Christianity with the cult of the cross [cf. Sacred Shapes and Symbols] to produce the Tree of the Cross. The fantastic Story of the True Cross identifies the wood used for the cross in the crucifixion of Jesus Christ as being ultimately from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil in the Garden of Eden. Other stories claim that Adam was buried at Jerusalem and three trees grew out of his mouth to mark the centre of the earth.
You keep loosing, you are pagan worshipping can you not see, blind man!