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Thrinaxodon - a World First

And can you imagine how wonderful the experience is for people who face deficits in their lives? This kingdom is enough to fill all deficit.  (Jun 25, 2013 | post #13)

Evolution Debate

Thrinaxodon - a World First

Isn't there a scientist who feels equal to the task of quantifying and qualifying this kingdom? There is a risk in the sense that you may be so changed that your original plans may not be possible, but in the experience is the knowing and you can still advise others who come after you even if you yourself fail.  (Jun 25, 2013 | post #12)

Evolution Debate

Thrinaxodon - a World First

Look, if this higher kingdom is descending into form, then a few people may seem to be chosen to work with a few of their kind, but eventually more and more will be drawn into the fold. The point is that they will seem light years beyond human ability and it will not be easy to communicate and understand their reasons for doing things. How can we improve the process so that more people can benefit from those few who interact relatively successfully? How can we harness the energy of the higher kingdom to accomplish a dual-purpose: joint ventures that benefit both human and girasas?  (Jun 25, 2013 | post #10)

Evolution Debate

Thrinaxodon - a World First

Looking at means of births, we are told in THE SECRET DOCTRINE, that birth began as 1) a shadow oozing through an existing form to become the future physical vehicle, 2) sweat-born or budding followed by egg-born, 3) two sexes in one body prior to separation of the two different kingdoms that lived in one body, and 4)finally sexual union. But now if humans are giving birth to beings from another kingdom, we first recognize them as not too excited about living in a human form (too low for them), and a lengthy process of generating the right conditions for their form to exist separately, first alongside e. humans and then with e. humans completely ascended and the only forms in existence being involving lives.  (Jun 25, 2013 | post #5)

Evolution Debate

Thrinaxodon - a World First

Meanwhile, in today's 5th race world, humans are living in forms with involving lives or angels comprising all of the natural world and the higher kingdom: the girasas has the responsibility of creating an environment for themselves to live in as well as to eventually produce their own bodies out of what humans have done.  (Jun 25, 2013 | post #4)

Evolution Debate

Thrinaxodon - a World First

The modes of birth given in The Secret Doctrine by H.P. Blavatsky include methods of reproduction that are not considered and are virtually not considered for early reproduction of humans which we are told existed 300 million years ago on earth. The human could live within the evolving animal or could put the involving angels that were to make up the environment into the evolving animals until those forms could push through and separate from the e. animal. At any rate, a human presence on the earth at that time would be paired with the challenge to create its own form and to create the environment that the human form would be best able to live in.  (Jun 25, 2013 | post #3)

Evolution Debate

Thrinaxodon - a World First

http://phys.org/ne ws/2013-06-oddest- couple-amphibian-m ammal-forerunner.h tml#jCp Has anyone seen or analyzed this provocative news story? I'm suggesting that 250 million years ago, in accordance with the theory of evolution in theosophy, a mammal pushed through at the rib of this evolving reptile-form and came into existence through a method of birth which is unusual today. If humans existing in the early 1-3 races worked with forms until a more suitable form could be made (on their descent into form), then it is possible that a higher kingdom which I named girasas could be also working through the human mind and body in an effort to both populate the natural word with living things familiar as an environment and begin the work of producing a form for themselves. Read my webpage at http://www.homeste ad.com/theosophy/a scension.html to consider this new idea (since 1888).  (Jun 25, 2013 | post #1)

Evolution Debate

Should evolution be taught in high school?

It is in the way that we interpret things. People hear the firs and think they are so similar that they must be "relatives, " but when you quantify the amount of DNA that actually does the form-making with the remaining amount of DNA or a good portion of it being disease-fighting, it causes you to rethink the first conclusion that we as a group of students were making. We may not actually be as similar form-wise as we first thought the data to indicate.  (Dec 5, 2011 | post #81484)

Evolution Debate

Should evolution be taught in high school?

It's nice for people to know that they are not alone, isn't it? If you want people to be educated, then tell them things that broaden their experience. Dare a little by working with things that are still newly existent.  (Dec 5, 2011 | post #81483)

Evolution Debate

Should evolution be taught in high school?

They ask for evidence, I try to use evidence and then I'm not qualified to analyze it. I do have certain qualifications that you do not, so that should make me more valuable as a component of the debate, and yet when I try to share information, I'm told I had best leave. Where do we draw the line?  (Dec 5, 2011 | post #81482)

Evolution Debate

Should evolution be taught in high school?

In one of the Saint Germain Foundation books there are decrees called Angel Decrees. Here is an example: "BELOVED MIGHTY I AM PRESENCE!" I DEMAND the Revealing Presence, Victorious forever, of the Angelic Host's Sacred Fire, Their Sacred Fire Love to all mankind, come and lift human beings out of the mistaken concepts, the doubt and fear that is engulfing mankind! I DEMAND the Revealing Power of the Angelic Host be drawn into physical conditions! Reveal what is required to prevent mankind's confusion, and seize and bind the sinister force into annihilation more rapidly! We do these decrees in the temple as a group and at home individually as part of our practice. I wish more people loved them as I do.  (Dec 5, 2011 | post #81447)

Evolution Debate

Should evolution be taught in high school?

Does anyone ask the question, "What has happened to nature under the reign of science?" Nature has gone wild and wooly with global warming, storms, and disasters. Could it help us to reevaluate nature as if they are involving instead of evolving and one of the keys to providing for lives that involve is to give them commands? It helps involving lives to be obedient to the evolving kingdom(s). As we love and command nature, or protect and purify her and her many living angel lives, we give her the energy she needs to live and feed off of a human-girasas reign on earth. What is so terrible about working with our environments in this manner? Even if we are wrong, we can produce data that can help us to better surmise our positions.  (Dec 5, 2011 | post #81446)

Evolution Debate

Should evolution be taught in high school?

I remember reading (I think in an encyclopedia article or Reader's Digest publication or some such thing.) that what we should be especially grateful to Darwin for is that he pushed back the human timeline from 10,000 years to over 1,000,000 years. Darwin pushed by the human timeline and we are grateful to him. In a similar fashion, H.P. Blavatsky in THE SECRET DOCTRINE, and her theosophical associates pushed back the human timeline - not only to 300,000,000 years as a current initial existence on our present earth, but to a moon chain where we were actually in animal bodies and the skeleton that is the moon was the physical globe that we used when we were evolving animals. Blavatsky says we were animals when the moon was alive and the 4th globe in a series of 7 globes, like the earth is in an earth chain of 7 globes today. Can we continue to be grateful for timeline extensions? Or are we only satisfied with a 1,000,000 year period to work with?  (Dec 5, 2011 | post #81442)

Evolution Debate

Should evolution be taught in high school?

If humans - as opposed to apes - are actually made up of thoughts, constructed so to speak by the thoughts we entertain, then why don't we use thoughts as stepping stones to our evolution?  (Dec 5, 2011 | post #81438)

Evolution Debate

Should evolution be taught in high school?

You teach something that is undetectable and undefinable in the same way that you teach students to think and deal with other people's thinking. Thoughts are undetectable and undefinable, yet we study them. Concepts are illusive, but not impossible.  (Dec 5, 2011 | post #81437)

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