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Understanding Perception

              The morning star and eveniing star are always seen at
              opposite ends of the sky. This could lead one to believe
              that they are different stars. A closer look will show that
              what seems to be a star is actually Venus. The two stars
              are an illusion. WHAT SEEMS TO BE through a process
              precision is identified. This is the scientific method.

              Rather than destroy the confidence of the mind; this
              process becomes its greatest confirmation.
              PEOPLE CAN BELIEVE ANYTHING. The question should
              not be can you believe it, but what evidence do you have
              to support your assertion.

                                "Trust, ye saints, your Lord restored,
                                  Trust ye in your risen Lord;
                                For the pains of Chrishna endured
                                  Our salvation have procured."

                1200BC; Chrishna Jeseus; his life, teachings and miracles
              are recorded in the Mahabaret Bible. The book is believed
              to be divinely inspired by Hindoos. There are more Hindoos
              then there are Christians.
                    Chrishna preached liberation theology to the oppressed
              and had a large following. The Emperor ordered he be crucified
              for picking a flower from his royal garden. Chrishna died hanging
              from a pole. When he beheld the rising sun he said,

                                "Behold the everlasting sun."

            Chrishna's followers believe he rose from the dead and continues
            to preach. Is this faith less true, than anyother?

            Question all things.

                        Prometheus Crucified. The Gods nailed the
            demigod to the ocean crags of Scythian. He brought fire to the
            mortals and the wrath of Zeus upon him.

                            "Lo! Streaming from the rocks
                                His all atoning blood,
                              Is this the infinite? Yes, 'tis he,
                                Prometheus, and a God!

                            "Well might the sun in darkness hide,
                                And veil his glories in,
                            When God, the great Prometheus,
                                Died to save mortal men!"
                (AEschylus; 547BC)

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