Mystery of the sacred black stone of Mecca. Share | Jaxerback posted:10/2/2013 9:48:56 PM (Reply)Muslim pilgrims flock to their spiritual home at Mecca in their millions every year to pay homage to a black rock. Why? http://www.indigogroup.co.uk/edge/blston2.htmgary107 posted:10/3/2013 3:54:34 AM (Reply)the Black Stone has been there a very long time. It may be a space rock that fell to Earth [ground] from the Sky [heavens]. It may be a natural object. It could be what is left of a "living craft" that was lost by others who it is intended to serve. If the remains of a "living craft" there may still be energies active after eons of time. Treat it with respect for it is the lost property of those who are better than us. Those who live in a collective mind and social structure, then it may be merely natural in it's composition. In either case it is best to be respected.bobprin posted:10/3/2013 6:59:08 PM (Reply)Ok, so there is supposed to be seven naked ladys walking around the stone. Cool. Why don't the pilgrims walk naked? An awful lot of mythology going on there. But now I know why its enclosed. ; )gary107 posted:10/4/2013 1:53:03 PM (Reply)"...seven naked ladys [sic, "ladies"] walking around the stone." Interested in a pilgrimage Bobby?bobprin posted:10/4/2013 4:10:33 PM (Reply)No, if I want to see naked ladies I can go to squishys juice joint. No arabs there.Jaxerback posted:10/4/2013 9:30:35 PM (Reply)Where would one find this Sqiushys juice joint which you speaketh of? Sounds like an interesting pilgrimage destination.LincolnGenghis posted:10/4/2013 9:33:59 PM (Reply)Now what if the stone just turned out to be a chunk of coal Or large piece of charcoal? Maybe someone should check it with a blow torch.Jaxerback posted:10/4/2013 9:39:37 PM (Reply)It is strictly forbidden to take a sample of the stone for analysis.Presumably for the probability that it is indeed just charcoal or some other natural formation.It must be a meteorite though.LincolnGenghis posted:10/4/2013 9:45:37 PM (Reply)It has already been stolen before and another Time someone smeared shit on it to punk people kissing It. Somebody even smashed the thing before. Its in multiple pieces. Does not look very sacred anymore.Jaxerback posted:10/4/2013 10:59:15 PM (Reply)It is very hard to understand otherwise intelligent people when they fall to pieces when confronted with something supposedly sacred.. gary107 posted:10/7/2013 2:08:56 PM (Reply)people started off believing in spirits and attending to the souls of their forefathers.. Then they saw ideal forms and shapes just beyond their reach and they worshiped these different attributes of God as separate individual gods. Then came the worship of one great God often represented as the disk of the sun. "God sends the rains upon the fields of the good as well as the evil." To explain evil in the world some religion created a great "evil one." Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam took this path. In Buddhism and the religions of India there developed the belief in recurring lives where the evil that befalls a person in their present life can be overcome or made up for in the next try around. So we see parents in Thailand these days sending [selling] their young daughters into the sex industries to raise money for their families, believing that in their next lives things might get better for them. There are many different kinds of family values and religious freedom in our world. There is good cause to suspect that Judaism was created by the ancient Egyptians in order to make out of their Semites a new and trimmed kind of Semite that could protect their "Holy land" from the Semite Assyrians of the north, thereby become a wall against encroachment against Egypt by the Assyrians. Still much positive thought and reflection came out of Judaism, even to this day. Christianity is a mixture of Judaism and Zoroastrianism [the religion of ancient Persia]. Christianity was a religion that was new and so was repressed by the Roman world. It writings come to us in fragments that are sometimes not consistent. Islam was a conquering religion and the Holy book of the Koran appears far better written and self consistent because of this historical fact. I believe there will come a time when we will live in a technological collective mind. I think "others" have achieved this stage of development historically before us. There are technologies both ancient and far advanced of our own. There are reason I have been allowed to know that leads me to believe this is so. Have hope. gary107 posted:10/7/2013 2:09:03 PM (Reply)gary107 posted:10/7/2013 2:28:59 PM (Reply)Have hope, for there is good reason to do so. I have a condition called AS [Asperger's Syndrome] and my mind is so constructed that I can not lie. So, if I say there is good reason for hope, it is because I know it to be true. You may not be able to see things with my spatial perceptive range which is far beyond normal standards yet you can trust in my judgment and honesty. Do so.Jaxerback posted:10/7/2013 8:24:15 PM (Reply)In special agent 107 we trust...it's all part of the plan.gary107 posted:10/8/2013 6:14:14 AM (Reply)JaxeerB posts: "In special agent 107 we trust...it's all part of the plan." Do you not know "There is hope" is the one true lie? Please log in or become a member to add a post.