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  1. That's the spirit! lol What else can we do no matter what happens? Check this thread out - Guest started it with Celente's latest, and I posted what "V" had to say today - http://www.proxywhore.com/invboard/index.php?showtopic=280547
  2. I thought so, too. "V" will be on H&H tonight - would you like a recap of what he says? lol Yep.
  3. In 1938, Edgar Cayce predicted that: “A portion of the temples may yet be discovered under the slime of ages and sea water near Bimini…Expect it in ’68 or ’69 — not so far away.” The Bimini Road was discovered in 1968 and Cayce said it was the “rising of Atlantis.” Many people believe the Bimini Road is actually a portion of Atlantis and Edgar Cayce was correct in his prediction. He described Atlantis as being an ancient civilization of equal size to Europe, and having much superior technology. Cayce also said Atlantis disappeared somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean some 10,000 years ago. He went on to say Atlantis went into three major periods of division, the first two occurring around 15,600 B.C. The mainland divided into islands, which Cayce named Poseida, Og, and Aryan. He also said the people of Atlantis built giant laser-like crystals for power plants which caused destruction of the land. Cayce blamed the final destruction of the land and their culture on greed and lust. Lastly, he said there was a large migration of Atlanteans to Egypt and that the sinking of the last remnants of Atlantis were due to the Biblical Flood of Noah. http://listverse.com/2012/01/06/top-10-predictions-from-edgar-cayce/
  4. Isn't that where Edgar Cayce said they would find Atlantis? I guess I need to check.
  5. Tuesday, June 18, 2013 Fastest-warming place on Earth update: Antarctic sea ice is over 12,000 Manhattans higher than the 1981-2010 mean Antarctic Sea Ice Extent Update – 2nd Highest Ever To Date | sunshine hours As of day 167, Antarctic Sea Ice Extent is the 2nd Highest Ever to Date. About 740,000 sq km above the 1981-2010 mean. http://tomnelson.blo...rth-update.html
  6. Op guest, just to clear one thing up and then I am out of here. The tracking number showed the parcel was at a PO - Post Office - and had not been delivered yet at that time. He said a lot about you, too, and everything he has said about ANYTHING or ANYONE I now consider all lies. Ok, you guys have a good one.
  7. My last comment on this thread - It appears that op guest was told by HG that he and I only exchanged pm's when he first got here and then said I was a "stalker" .ROFL I'm not going back through this thread looking for her comment but that is what brought about my reply of what happened the day he turned his pm's off to prove what he said was a lie. When I commented that NO child should be reading this forum, he wrote back again and said he was going away for a while. I wrote back and told him to have fun and that was when I discovered his pm's were turned off and I started that thread here. I never emailed him at that time, then the first part of last week he turned his pm's back on and asked me to check a tracking number with the USPS because he had sent a parcel to someone along with "a parting gift" and he thought she was lying and telling people she had not received it. I checked the tracking number and saw it was at a PO, I won't say where because it's now obvious with what op guest said that she was the recipient. After that, last week, is when he gave me his email address and there was a total of three emails exchanged (four counting the one I sent him last night) with all of them dealing with his health problems and him going to the hospital and being offline for a while. There is someone at this forum that I have discussed him with since the get-go and I know she would vouch for me if needed. Now I'm finished with this thread and whoever would like to continue with "that ce" can do so all she likes. Ciao
  8. That is precisely what they're saying. No, it isn't. If that were true, then they could simply use the title god. They are making a distinction. When YHWH said to Moses, "Thou shalt have no other gods before Me.", 'He' was basically saying, "There is no god but God". The Muslims are saying the same. God (capital 'G') is the one, absolutely infinite, absolutely transcendent creator of the universe. God (lower case 'g') means any deity in general. He was saying there is no God other than me. Yet there are 'many gods' that are worshiped in this world, but none of them are The Creator of Heaven and Earth besides the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. And just to make sure you saw this - Allah is thus a proper name, not derived from anything, and the Al is inseparable from it. The word al-ilah (the god) is a different word. http://www.muslim.org/islam/allah.htm I'm leaving this thread now because it's turning into a circle jerk. lol
  9. Here's what an Islamic site has to say - The word Allah, according to several Arabic lexicons, means "the Being Who comprises all the attributes of perfection", i.e. the Being Who is perfect in every way (in His knowledge, power etc.), and possesses the best and the noblest qualities imaginable in the highest degree. This meaning is supported by the Holy Quran when it says:"His are the best (or most beautiful) names." (17:110; 20:8; and 7:180) Contrary to popular belief, the word Allah is NOT a contraction of al-ilah (al meaning 'the', and ilah meaning 'god'). Had it been so, then the expression ya Allah ('O Allah!') would have been ungrammatical, because according to the Arabic language when you address someone by the vocative form ya followed by a title, the al ('the') must be dropped from the title. For example, you cannot say ya ar-rabb but must say ya rabb (for 'O Lord'). So if the word Allah was al-ilah ('the God'), we would not be able to say: ya Allah, which we do. Lane's Arabic-English Lexicon (which is based on classical Arabic dictionaries), says under the word Allah, while citing many linguistical authorities:]"Allah ... is a proper name applied to the Being Who exists necessarily, by Himself, comprising all the attributes of perfection, a proper name denoting the true god ... the al being inseparable from it, not derived..." Allah is thus a proper name, not derived from anything, and the Al is inseparable from it. The word al-ilah (the god) is a different word. http://www.muslim.org/islam/allah.htm
  10. That is precisely what they're saying. No, it isn't. If that were true, then they could simply use the title god. They are making a distinction.
  11. 'The last days' began two thousand years ago. "A day is as a thousand years with the Lord.'
  12. "There is no god but Allah, and Mohammad is his prophet" You think they're saying there is no god but god? lol
  13. God is a title, like President. Allah is the name of the god of Islam. Do you think anyone would be able to recite a pledge in a Muslim country using the name Yahweh without being executed?
  14. Neither does the Christian god, YHWH. Who hath ascended up into heaven, or descended? who hath gathered the wind in His fists? who hath bound the waters in a garment? who hath established all the ends of the earth? what is His name, and what is His son's name, if thou canst tell? Proverbs 30:4