"The first couple of years Hooters was open, I had lunch there now and then because it was near the place I was working. The food was good, and I met some very nice and interesting young ladies there. I can't imagine anybody stupid enough to go…"
Brother Eduardo: Absolutely spot on, what you have just written to me.
You will do well to expand on these comments from time to time on appropriate discussion topics. Very glad to be a friend of yours. Terry.
Greetings, Felch. [omg, what a great name!] What's there to reconcile? Just because all or most of the world's religions pay homage to imaginary deities, doesn't mean there is no such thing as a source of non-physical knowledge and power. Several of the brain labs have quantitatively measured the human conscious mind at about 3.5% to 4% of the whole mind. Do you have any idea what might be in that 96% or so of your mind that you can't consciously access?
Ancestral Conversations: Meetings with Spiritual Guides
Is it really possible to receive information from ancestors? Is a two-way conversation possible? What comes after this life? Eduardo received answers to these questions during visitations with ancestral guides.
After more than thirty years of meditative practice, Eduardo was contacted by an ancestor who became his spiritual guide and led Eduardo to magnificent discoveries. Every meeting with was a spiritual learning experience, each described in this book. The last three events were experiences of Enlightenment, knowledge from Universal Spirit, apparently the same spiritual being that people call God, Allah, and other names.
Hi Brother Eduardo
Your sentiments, expressed above, are good.
Welcome to this great Nexus meeting place and its thousands of bright people like you who recognise religion for the superstition and giant fraud that it is---
and that gods exist only as fictions inside people's heads.
Terry Meaden (60+)
originator of the busy discussion group
"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Fossils, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its over 240 discussion topics.