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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    They play The Zen Zone in my neighbor's house. You must choose to either be a conspiracy theorist or an ordinary citizen. If you're an ordinary citizen, you're faced with conspiracy questions from a deck of cards. Then you have to apply the correct debunking rationale or go to jail. If you're a conspiracist, then you have to tell the conspiracy behind any disastrous event in the world as chosen from another deck of cards. If you fail, you, too, must go to jail. In the end the conspiracy theorists usually wear you down, since they are allowed to water board each non-conspiracist for three minutes an hour. The part I dislike is when they tie you with ropes and flash conspiracy theories at you non-stop for hour upon hour. That is far worse than the waterboarding. Once you become a blithering idiot from all the water boarding and flash cards, plus sleep deprivation, they allow you into the inner circle of conspiracy theorists and together you go forth searching for new players to take the part of the ordinary citizens. It is something akin to March of the Zombies. Tag. You're it.
    Or its how religions are born and the brainwashing of the followers takes place. To believe in religion as is, takes quite a belief into the conspiracy against evidence and logic. Religion is based on the mystery of a God. One that nobody truly understands yet claim to know his purpose. It is quite a conspiracy to convince a majority of the world that in FACT there is a God, when there is actually no real evidence of such deity. It is the bucking of normal thought process that can describe a conspiracy. Believing in the supernatural and a god capable of reading the thoughts of billions of people, while being able to control and reward or punish such thoughts, constitutes one hell of a conspiracy against rational discourse. You aslan, for all your soap box blow hard grandstanding for your religion, are probably guilty more so than any other here for being a conspiracy theorist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAZ View Post
    Or its how religions are born and the brainwashing of the followers takes place. To believe in religion as is, takes quite a belief into the conspiracy against evidence and logic. Religion is based on the mystery of a God. One that nobody truly understands yet claim to know his purpose. It is quite a conspiracy to convince a majority of the world that in FACT there is a God, when there is actually no real evidence of such deity. It is the bucking of normal thought process that can describe a conspiracy. Believing in the supernatural and a god capable of reading the thoughts of billions of people, while being able to control and reward or punish such thoughts, constitutes one hell of a conspiracy against rational discourse. You aslan, for all your soap box blow hard grandstanding for your religion, are probably guilty more so than any other here for being a conspiracy theorist.
    The existence of God is self evident. Your turn, blowhard.
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    The existence of God is self evident
    Explain this statement.



    Your turn, blowhard.
    Nice, I believe its not very christianlike to resort to name calling regardless of how angry you are. Maybe you should run to your local church and ask for forgiveness. You really should show more restrain as better example of your faith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    They play The Zen Zone in my neighbor's house.
    Here is the new OFFICIAL GAME of Zzone -


    Deluxe Illuminati
    The object of Illuminati is to take control of the world. The phone company is controlled by creatures from outer space. The Congressional Wives have taken over the Pentagon. And the Boy Sprouts are cashing in their secret Swiss bank account to smash the IRS! Two to six players compete to grab powerful groups and increase their wealth and power. No ploy is too devious, no stratagem too low, as you scheme your way to victory.
    "The dogs bark but the caravan moves on."
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAZ View Post
    Explain this statement.





    Nice, I believe its not very christianlike to resort to name calling regardless of how angry you are. Maybe you should run to your local church and ask for forgiveness. You really should show more restrain as better example of your faith.
    Running to your local church to ask for forgiveness only works if you are a member of that church and have made some significant donations.

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    I heard of repenting and giving back to the person or entity that you took something from. Reparations are good for the soul and mind and frees you for more important things in life. I never really heard of paying a church to forgive your sins or wrongs lately.
    " That we may meet in a better place after this!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Here is the new OFFICIAL GAME of Zzone -


    Deluxe Illuminati
    The object of Illuminati is to take control of the world. The phone company is controlled by creatures from outer space. The Congressional Wives have taken over the Pentagon. And the Boy Sprouts are cashing in their secret Swiss bank account to smash the IRS! Two to six players compete to grab powerful groups and increase their wealth and power. No ploy is too devious, no stratagem too low, as you scheme your way to victory.
    Anyone up for a game of Illuminati?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    The existence of God is self evident. Your turn, blowhard.
    The existence of Source Intelligence is self evident. We only need look at the stars, the moon, the sun, a forest, the ocean, a mountain, clouds, a waterfall, critters, a flower, a human being, music, a beautiful painting and so on. When our science looks deeper we see the Infinite Intelligence One Source Energy in our own DNA.

    The 'God' of which you speak is the Christian God. Its existence is far from self-evident. This god is a fear-based creation, a figment of ancient Hebrew reward-&-punishment imagination. This christian god never did exist, and still doesn't... except in that infernal book. There is no evidence whatsoever for that god's existence. You cannot use the unholy bible. That is not "evidence". The Bible is all ancient Hebrew hearsay written by anonymous authors and riddled with lies, additions, forgeries, absurdities and gibberish. And this you accept as the inspired Word of God?

    Look at these images below and the one on the right is a great example of exactly why Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin (and others) were Deists, not Christians...

    Where is your god now?

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    Last edited by Katz; October 9th, 2013 at 07:57 AM. Reason: Deism

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