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Thomas Heger
2018-07-22 20:54:43 UTC
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Hi NG

I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.

So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????

(now comes the creative part from me..)


You should look at 'bad guys' time-reverted!


IOW: the bad guys are actually good guys, but for a different world,
where time runs into the opposite direction than in ours.

Good guys want good things to happen ... in the future!

So common people want the future to become better than the past.

If now creatures (anti-world-humans, time-travelers, aliens etc) come
from such a world into ours, they tend to behave strange and try to
achieve goals, which people otherwise try to avoid ('bad stuff').

Supposed they had - in spite of tremendous difficulties - traveled into
our world, they would certainly try to lure the inhabitants of this
planet into doing bad stuff.

This is so, because our future is (would be) their past, hence doing
something bad would be good for them and their world.

The 'bad guys' are actually good people (agents actually), but want
goods things in our past (their future) and bad things in their past
(our future).

To achieve their goals, they hire 'bad guys' from the streets (of our
world, of course - like Hitler, Stalin and so forth) and reward badness
as far as possible.


TH
Government Shill #2
2018-07-22 21:52:53 UTC
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Post by Thomas Heger
Hi NG
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
Self advancement. Money. Power. Chicks. Greed.
Post by Thomas Heger
(now comes the creative part from me..)
You should look at 'bad guys' time-reverted!
Time-reverted? WTF does that mean?
Post by Thomas Heger
IOW: the bad guys are actually good guys, but for a different world,
where time runs into the opposite direction than in ours.
Bwahahahahahahahahaha!
Post by Thomas Heger
Good guys want good things to happen ... in the future!
So common people want the future to become better than the past.
If now creatures (anti-world-humans, time-travelers, aliens etc) come
from such a world into ours, they tend to behave strange and try to
achieve goals, which people otherwise try to avoid ('bad stuff').
Supposed they had - in spite of tremendous difficulties - traveled into
our world, they would certainly try to lure the inhabitants of this
planet into doing bad stuff.
This is so, because our future is (would be) their past, hence doing
something bad would be good for them and their world.
The 'bad guys' are actually good people (agents actually), but want
goods things in our past (their future) and bad things in their past
(our future).
To achieve their goals, they hire 'bad guys' from the streets (of our
world, of course - like Hitler, Stalin and so forth) and reward badness
as far as possible.
What did that mental masturbation have to do with Satanism? Nothing, that's what
your mind wank had to do with Satanism.

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marston shores
2018-07-23 01:48:29 UTC
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Post by Thomas Heger
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
Self advancement. Money. Power. Chicks. Greed.
Demons. It's demons. You are possessed by them.
Thomas Heger
2018-07-23 15:16:53 UTC
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Post by Thomas Heger
Hi NG
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
Self advancement. Money. Power. Chicks. Greed.
Sure..

But does that really work???

I mean, if you would rob a supermarket or kick an old lady, this would
(in most cases) not advance your financial situation or make you more
attractive to the other gender.
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Post by Thomas Heger
(now comes the creative part from me..)
You should look at 'bad guys' time-reverted!
Time-reverted? WTF does that mean?
Well, that means, that we have a certain direction of time, which we
could measure with our wrist-watch or similar devices.

Now assume a different wold, which is hidden in the universe in a
direction, into which we cannot see. That is a realm, where clocks run
into the opposite direction (in comparison to ours).

The world with such clocks running backwards is just a normal world, if
you would be there. There the clocks run forward - of course, since
'forward' is defined by the time and its behavior there.

Seen from there our world would look strange and our clocks would run
backwards.

Now lets assume, that world is populated with beings very similar to us
humans here on Earth.

They are a bit more advanced than we and occasionally come flying here
in their spaceships.

They would find our world strange and inhabitable, but regard the
'wrong' flow of time as useful.

If they would come to this planet, they look extremely strange
(demon-like) and are not well adopted to this environment.

So they cut a deal with local authorities, which would enable them to
extract wealth and other benefits from our planet.

The local regards them as smart and powerful and are therefore willing
to cooperate with them according to their agenda (even if that is really
strange).

TH
Thomas Heger
2018-07-24 09:35:26 UTC
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Am 23.07.2018 um 17:16 schrieb Thomas Heger:
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Post by Thomas Heger
If they would come to this planet, they look extremely strange
(demon-like) and are not well adopted to this environment.
So they cut a deal with local authorities, which would enable them to
extract wealth and other benefits from our planet.
The local regards them as smart and powerful and are therefore willing
to cooperate with them according to their agenda (even if that is really
strange).
To cooperate with 'demons' turned out (in many cases) to be very
dangerous for the helpers.

E.g. we had the Nazis (as 'bad guys') and could follow the trail of
their helpers.

Many top Nazis died under suspicious circumstances.

For instance the was an institution called 'London Cage', where the
Brits have tortured top Nazis to death (after extorting all sorts of
secrets from them).

We had also the fate of the SA, which were the 'hit men' of the Nazi
party. Most of them got killed in what is called 'night of the long knifes'.

Actually the top echelon of such a system is more in danger than the
lower gentry.

So the best strategy would be, to avoid any contact whatsoever (with
Demons).

TH
tesla sTinker
2018-07-22 22:20:27 UTC
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Post by Thomas Heger
Hi NG
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
(now comes the creative part from me..)
You should look at 'bad guys' time-reverted!
IOW: the bad guys are actually good guys, but for a different world,
where time runs into the opposite direction than in ours.
Good guys want good things to happen ... in the future!
So common people want the future to become better than the past.
If now creatures (anti-world-humans, time-travelers, aliens etc) come
from such a world into ours, they tend to behave strange and try to
achieve goals, which people otherwise try to avoid ('bad stuff').
Supposed they had - in spite of tremendous difficulties - traveled into
our world, they would certainly try to lure the inhabitants of this
planet into doing bad stuff.
This is so, because our future is (would be) their past, hence doing
something bad would be good for them and their world.
The 'bad guys' are actually good people (agents actually), but want
goods things in our past (their future) and bad things in their past
(our future).
To achieve their goals, they hire 'bad guys' from the streets (of our
world, of course - like Hitler, Stalin and so forth) and reward badness
as far as possible.
TH
FACT is, you cannot do evil and go to God. And bad angels are bad
angels, they do not go to God once they have fallen. The same goes for
men and women. There is a sin that cannot be forgiven. This is fact,
and was written in the Holy Scriptures. Jesus said it Himself. So you
see these liar communist bastards, and them telling you they are holy,
just remember, that's what pagan liars do.
Government Shill #2
2018-07-23 00:53:19 UTC
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FACT is, you cannot do evil and go to God.
FACT is there is no evidence of the existence of any god.
Post by tesla sTinker
And bad angels are bad angels,
Same goes for angels. Zero evidence.
Post by tesla sTinker
they do not go to God once they have fallen. The same goes for
men and women. There is a sin that cannot be forgiven. This is fact,
and was written in the Holy Scriptures.
FACT is, Holy Scriptures are just fictional stories with no basis in fact.
Post by tesla sTinker
Jesus said it Himself.
The same guy who supposedly cursed a fig tree and the tree died? God hates FIGS!
Post by tesla sTinker
So you
see these liar communist bastards, and them telling you they are holy,
just remember, that's what pagan liars do.
Pagans, Christians, Mohammedans, Hindus... they're all wrong. Some are liars.
Many are just gullible.

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And everyone else has the right to find it fucking ridiculous."
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marston shores
2018-07-23 01:49:19 UTC
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FACT is there is no evidence of the existence of any god.
Rev. Larson can save your soul. He's a skype call away. Will you make
that call?
tesla sTinker
2018-07-30 02:18:47 UTC
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FACT is there is no evidence of the existence of any god.
Rev. Larson can save your soul. He's a skype call away. Will you make
that call?
Do you dishonor his Holy Book also. God said, he would not convert
them. Of which, yes, they go to hell. SO WHAT. sHILL IS A STILL OF
THE DEVIL. wE ALREADY KNOW THIS THAT HE IS HELLBOUND. i DID NOT TELL
HIM TO ANSWER MY POST.

And once again, lies on the screen are lies on the screen, it does not
mean there is no evidence.
KWills Shill #3
2018-07-30 05:48:49 UTC
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Post by marston shores
Post by Government Shill #2
FACT is there is no evidence of the existence of any god.
Rev. Larson can save your soul. He's a skype call away. Will you make
that call?
Do you dishonor his Holy Book also.
Marston holds the delusion that Bob Lar$on is the messiah. This
is in direct opposition to what the Bible claims. It's also in direct
opposition to what Lar$on used to claim. He was always clear to point
out he's just a man.
I don't know if Lar$on has changed his position, if Marston is
lying or if he's mentally ill. I hold the opinion that Marston is
lying. But that's just my opinion.
Post by tesla sTinker
God said, he would not convert them.
Well, that would take away free will, and free will appears to be
a major aspect of the Christian religion.
Post by tesla sTinker
Of which, yes, they go to hell. SO WHAT. sHILL IS A STILL OF
THE DEVIL. wE ALREADY KNOW THIS THAT HE IS HELLBOUND. i DID NOT TELL
HIM TO ANSWER MY POST.
Your command or permission is not needed to answer. Anyone who
reads your post may reply. The same is true of my posts. It's the
nature of Usenet.
Post by tesla sTinker
And once again, lies on the screen are lies on the screen, it does not
mean there is no evidence.
Well then, present your evidence that any god exists. That you
believe one does, while all well and good for you, is not evidence.
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2018-08-02 07:23:41 UTC
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On Sun, 29 Jul 2018 19:18:47 -0700, tesla sTinker
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Hiya Stinker.
sHILL IS A STILL OF THE DEVIL.
I'm real. Your "devil" has no basis in fact. He(?) is a fictional character in a
book of fiction.
wE ALREADY KNOW THIS THAT HE IS HELLBOUND.
Hell? A fictional place in a book of fiction.
i DID NOT TELL HIM TO ANSWER MY POST.
Should only people you tell to reply to your posts? I call out bullshit wherever
I see it. And as "your post" was posted in a public forum, no permission was
required.

See the real light, Stinker. Release yourself from the grip of your imaginary
god.

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tesla sTinker
2018-08-05 19:46:17 UTC
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On Sun, 29 Jul 2018 19:18:47 -0700, tesla sTinker
Hiya Stinker.
sHILL IS A STILL OF THE DEVIL.
I'm real. Your "devil" has no basis in fact. He(?) is a fictional character in a
book of fiction.
wE ALREADY KNOW THIS THAT HE IS HELLBOUND.
Hell? A fictional place in a book of fiction.
i DID NOT TELL HIM TO ANSWER MY POST.
Should only people you tell to reply to your posts? I call out bullshit wherever
I see it. And as "your post" was posted in a public forum, no permission was
required.
See the real light, Stinker. Release yourself from the grip of your imaginary
god.
Shill #2
--
We are all atheists about most of the gods that societies have ever
believed in. Some of us just go one god further.
Richard Dawkins (1941 - ), "The Root of All Evil"
Yup, Just as I had said, you and fake pope francis are alike, both
on your way to the pits of hell in those volcanoes that you claim, is
not evidence or real. And I see you speak for all people, which is
more of a crock of shit of your claiming that you don't believe for
others. You have always been a pig devil.
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2018-08-06 01:26:45 UTC
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Post by KWills Shill #3
On Sun, 29 Jul 2018 19:18:47 -0700, tesla sTinker
Hiya Stinker.
sHILL IS A STILL OF THE DEVIL.
I'm real. Your "devil" has no basis in fact. He(?) is a fictional character in a
book of fiction.
wE ALREADY KNOW THIS THAT HE IS HELLBOUND.
Hell? A fictional place in a book of fiction.
i DID NOT TELL HIM TO ANSWER MY POST.
Should only people you tell to reply to your posts? I call out bullshit wherever
I see it. And as "your post" was posted in a public forum, no permission was
required.
See the real light, Stinker. Release yourself from the grip of your imaginary
god.
Shill #2
Hiya Stinker.
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Yup, Just as I had said, you and fake pope francis are alike, both
Did you? I don't think you're right there. He's the chief sky-pixie worshiper
for the Catholics, and I'm just a lowly minister of the Church of the Flying
Spaghetti Monster.
Post by tesla sTinker
on your way to the pits of hell in those volcanoes that you claim, is
not evidence or real.
Do you have evidence that supports your position that Hell is real?

As for volcanoes, the Flying Spaghetti Monster has promised his flock eternal
life next to the Beer Volcano, right near the Stripper Factory. RAmen!
Post by tesla sTinker
And I see you speak for all people, which is
Do I? Where did I do that?
Post by tesla sTinker
more of a crock of shit of your claiming that you don't believe for
others.
Er? No. Please try that one again, in English.
Post by tesla sTinker
You have always been a pig devil.
Pigs are real. Devils? Imaginary.

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2018-08-06 08:04:15 UTC
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Post by KWills Shill #3
On Sun, 29 Jul 2018 19:18:47 -0700, tesla sTinker
Hiya Stinker.
sHILL IS A STILL OF THE DEVIL.
I'm real. Your "devil" has no basis in fact. He(?) is a fictional character in a
book of fiction.
wE ALREADY KNOW THIS THAT HE IS HELLBOUND.
Hell? A fictional place in a book of fiction.
i DID NOT TELL HIM TO ANSWER MY POST.
Should only people you tell to reply to your posts? I call out bullshit wherever
I see it. And as "your post" was posted in a public forum, no permission was
required.
See the real light, Stinker. Release yourself from the grip of your imaginary
god.
Shill #2
--
We are all atheists about most of the gods that societies have ever
believed in. Some of us just go one god further.
Richard Dawkins (1941 - ), "The Root of All Evil"
Yup, Just as I had said, you and fake pope francis are alike, both
on your way to the pits of hell in those volcanoes that you claim, is
not evidence or real.
So you agree. Tutu Pele is real.
I'm glad we got that sorted.
Post by tesla sTinker
And I see you speak for all people, which is
more of a crock of shit of your claiming that you don't believe for
others. You have always been a pig devil.
You're the one who, in direct contrast to the Bible's teachings,
admitted above to believing an ancient Hawaiian goddess to be real.
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tesla sTinker
2018-08-05 19:52:01 UTC
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On Sun, 29 Jul 2018 19:18:47 -0700, tesla sTinker
Hiya Stinker.
sHILL IS A STILL OF THE DEVIL.
I'm real. Your "devil" has no basis in fact. He(?) is a fictional character in a
book of fiction.
wE ALREADY KNOW THIS THAT HE IS HELLBOUND.
Hell? A fictional place in a book of fiction.
i DID NOT TELL HIM TO ANSWER MY POST.
Should only people you tell to reply to your posts? I call out bullshit wherever
I see it. And as "your post" was posted in a public forum, no permission was
required.
See the real light, Stinker. Release yourself from the grip of your imaginary
god.
Shill #2
--
We are all atheists about most of the gods that societies have ever
believed in. Some of us just go one god further.
Richard Dawkins (1941 - ), "The Root of All Evil"
Yup, Just as I had said, you and fake pope francis are alike, both
on your way to the pits of hell in those volcanoes that you claim, is
not evidence or real. And I see you speak for all people, which is
more of a crock of shit of your's, claiming that you don't believe for
others. You have always been a pig Devil.
marston shores
2018-07-23 01:47:52 UTC
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Post by Thomas Heger
Hi NG
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
(now comes the creative part from me..)
You should look at 'bad guys' time-reverted!
They are possessed by demons. They need to seek Bob Larson.

You are possessed by demons. You need Bob Larson to save you.
Thomas Heger
2018-07-23 15:04:03 UTC
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Post by Thomas Heger
Hi NG
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
(now comes the creative part from me..)
You should look at 'bad guys' time-reverted!
They are possessed by demons. They need to seek Bob Larson.
Well, then what are '*demons'??

If demons are from hell, that where is that?

You could think about such questions in a physical way and ask yourself
the question: where would I look for demons and/or hell?

Demons are apparently not from this world, but can be brought here by
some kind of rituals (allegedly).

Hell must be hot and somewhere 'down'.

Heat could be treated with terms of thermodynamics like 'entropy'.

'Entropy' is a difficult subject. It roughly means the observation, that
heat flows from hot to cold and differences level out over time.

Hot states are more likely to 'die', rather than cold ones (which tend
to freeze in).

Now cold states have lower entropy, last longer (if not heated up) and
are generally more 'blue' (while heat is more like red).

This has a connection to time in general.

Now we could assume, that demons come from another world, which has a
different time associated with. They are more reddish and behave more
like fire.

The opposite is than 'cool', blue, smart and lasting, which is more like
what we ascribe to heaven.

Red states are also larger, since red is a lower frequency (compared to
blue). Blue states are more energetic and smaller (since they have
higher frequency).
Post by marston shores
You are possessed by demons. You need Bob Larson to save you.
Depends on the kind of 'demon' (if you need to be saved). And who is Bob
Larson?


TH
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2018-07-24 06:58:53 UTC
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This has a connection to time in general.
You need Rev. Larson to remove your demons and a psychiatrist to remove
your insanity.
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2018-07-30 02:35:54 UTC
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and your name is Thomas? I suppose you have to stick Jesus in the side
with your finger to see him alive to believe in Him... Wow.

IF you dont believe in what the Apostles wrote, you dont believe.
Cause God said in the old testament, He would send them. Now, if thats
not proof that God did what He said in the future, then your not being
fair to what evidence is really. God even said, those that say they
love him even, will not go to His Heaven. So how would you expect to
get there. With lies that have no clout. Certainly not on a space ship.
Cause the moment you tell someone your a liar, they cannot trust you.
And that even means the devil cannot trust you. Of which is why, he does
not trust himself. For the fact of confusion which is his own device.
So the way I see it, the longer you listen to him, the worse obligation
you make for yourself as in, living up to your own name. Time is not
negotiable because it never ends. That, does not mean, the earth never
ends. It just turns to hell, For the liars that do not believe in Him.
Yet, when yee look down into those volcanoes, you still don't see the
flames? And I suppose to you, that's not evidence either. Calling to
God a liar.
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Post by Thomas Heger
This has a connection to time in general.
You need Rev. Larson to remove your demons and a psychiatrist to remove
your insanity.
KWills Shill #3
2018-07-30 05:51:39 UTC
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and your name is Thomas?
As good a guess as any. Although Marston did present himself as
being Lar$on in the past. He's tried to distance himself from the
claim.
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I suppose you have to stick Jesus in the side
with your finger to see him alive to believe in Him... Wow.
IF you dont believe in what the Apostles wrote, you dont believe.
Cause God said in the old testament, He would send them. Now, if thats
not proof that God did what He said in the future, then your not being
fair to what evidence is really.
Presuming these apostles ever existed, claims made long after the
event occurred is not evidence of any sort of prediction. I could
claim event A would happen and date the prediction to a decade before
it happened. I could even claim a god gave me a vision of it.
Post by tesla sTinker
God even said, those that say they
love him even, will not go to His Heaven.
There is nothing to suggest heaven, or hell, is real.
Post by tesla sTinker
So how would you expect to
get there. With lies that have no clout. Certainly not on a space ship.
Did I miss something? When, in reality please, did Marston ever
claim, or even imply, one can get to heaven via a space ship?
Post by tesla sTinker
Cause the moment you tell someone your a liar, they cannot trust you.
Unless you can offer a cite for Marston claiming, or at least
implying, that one can get to heaven with a space ship, you will have
admitted you're a liar.
Post by tesla sTinker
And that even means the devil cannot trust you. Of which is why, he does
not trust himself. For the fact of confusion which is his own device.
So the way I see it, the longer you listen to him, the worse obligation
you make for yourself as in, living up to your own name.
You don't honestly think his name is Marston Shores, do you?
Years ago he stated it's based on Marston Lake in Colorado. It is
possible he was lying, but it makes more sense than thinking his name
in real life is Marston.
Post by tesla sTinker
Time is not
negotiable because it never ends. That, does not mean, the earth never
ends. It just turns to hell,
Not according to the Bible. The Bible claims the whole of the
earth will become the new Jerusalem.
Post by tesla sTinker
For the liars that do not believe in Him.
Yet, when yee look down into those volcanoes, you still don't see the
flames? And I suppose to you, that's not evidence either. Calling to
God a liar.
What do you think flames in a, presumably active, volcano serve
as evidence of? Certainly not evidence of a god. Sure, you can CLAIM
the flames support the existence of Tutu Pele, but it wouldn't be an
accurate claim.
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2018-07-23 13:36:45 UTC
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Post by Thomas Heger
Hi NG
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
(now comes the creative part from me..)
You should look at 'bad guys' time-reverted!
IOW: the bad guys are actually good guys, but for a different world,
where time runs into the opposite direction than in ours.
Good guys want good things to happen ... in the future!
So common people want the future to become better than the past.
If now creatures (anti-world-humans, time-travelers, aliens etc) come
from such a world into ours, they tend to behave strange and try to
achieve goals, which people otherwise try to avoid ('bad stuff').
Supposed they had - in spite of tremendous difficulties - traveled into
our world, they would certainly try to lure the inhabitants of this
planet into doing bad stuff.
This is so, because our future is (would be) their past, hence doing
something bad would be good for them and their world.
The 'bad guys' are actually good people (agents actually), but want
goods things in our past (their future) and bad things in their past
(our future).
To achieve their goals, they hire 'bad guys' from the streets (of our
world, of course - like Hitler, Stalin and so forth) and reward badness
as far as possible.
TH
There seems to be no limit to your craziness.
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Thomas Heger
2018-07-24 19:37:52 UTC
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The 'bad guys' are actually good people (agents actually), but want
goods things in our past (their future) and bad things in their past
(our future).
To achieve their goals, they hire 'bad guys' from the streets (of our
world, of course - like Hitler, Stalin and so forth) and reward badness
as far as possible.
TH
There seems to be no limit to your craziness.
You should not confuse people and people's ideas.

I am a person and had a certain idea.

This idea seems to be not of your taste.

Well, ok, feel free to utter any amount of critique.

But the idea is a different subject than the person it came from.

It is REALLY BAD propaganda to attack the person instead of the concept.

Therefor you should make clear, why you think, that 'demons' are not
some sort of aliens/time-travellers from other dimensions/worlds, where
time runs backwards (in our view).

The word 'demon' stems from our ancestors, which apparently had
experience with unnatural beings (which they called 'demons' or alike).

Those beings could have been real in a way. But we do not know for sure
now, what those ancestors had actually seen.

TH
KWills Shill #3
2018-07-25 14:50:56 UTC
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Post by Thomas Heger
The 'bad guys' are actually good people (agents actually), but want
goods things in our past (their future) and bad things in their past
(our future).
To achieve their goals, they hire 'bad guys' from the streets (of our
world, of course - like Hitler, Stalin and so forth) and reward badness
as far as possible.
TH
There seems to be no limit to your craziness.
You should not confuse people and people's ideas.
I am a person and had a certain idea.
You initially presented it as viable while knowing it was not.
Post by Thomas Heger
This idea seems to be not of your taste.
Well, ok, feel free to utter any amount of critique.
This is done a lot. And you whine and cry about it just as often.
Post by Thomas Heger
But the idea is a different subject than the person it came from.
It is REALLY BAD propaganda to attack the person instead of the concept.
Therefor you should make clear, why you think, that 'demons' are not
some sort of aliens/time-travellers from other dimensions/worlds, where
time runs backwards (in our view).
Present any and all evidence you have that demons even exist.
Then present whatever you have to support the idea that they are
aliens/time-travelers from other dimensions/world. Without that, you
only serve to prove yourself mentally ill.
Post by Thomas Heger
The word 'demon' stems from our ancestors, which apparently had
experience with unnatural beings (which they called 'demons' or alike).
I eagerly await the valid, verifiable evidence that the
derivation of the word 'demon' is as you claim.
And no, you may not try to get out of your lie by claiming it
is/was an idea/assumption/guess/whatever. Provide the evidence for
your claim or admit that, again, you've been caught in a lie.
Post by Thomas Heger
Those beings could have been real in a way. But we do not know for sure
now, what those ancestors had actually seen.
There is nothing to suggest demons exist outside of religious
mythos.
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Thomas Heger
2018-07-25 20:38:09 UTC
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Those beings could have been real in a way. But we do not know for sure
now, what those ancestors had actually seen.
There is nothing to suggest demons exist outside of religious
mythos.
You ask an interesting question:

were the 'demons' (and other personal) in religions and myth actually
beings or were they pure fantasy???

I would bet on the latter assumption, since :

the stories are kind of similar over large areas and long times

realness of supernatural beings would be an explanation for religions in
the first place.


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2018-07-25 21:57:23 UTC
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were the 'demons' (and other personal) in religions and myth actually
beings or were they pure fantasy???

I would bet on the latter assumption, since :
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Dude! Do you know what “latter” means? You just said you would bet that “demons” were pure fantasy!
KWills Shill #3
2018-07-26 02:30:29 UTC
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Those beings could have been real in a way. But we do not know for sure
now, what those ancestors had actually seen.
There is nothing to suggest demons exist outside of religious
mythos.
I didn't ask a question.
If you're going to lie, and you are, DO NOT include the absolute
PROOF that you're lying in your post.
Post by Thomas Heger
were the 'demons' (and other personal) in religions and myth actually
beings or were they pure fantasy???
So you and I agree. Demons are 100% fictional.
Post by Thomas Heger
the stories are kind of similar over large areas and long times
realness of supernatural beings would be an explanation for religions in
the first place.
But above you make it very clear you know they're not real. You
know this enough that you're willing to bet on it.
Was that another of your MANY known lies?
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Thomas Heger
2018-07-26 12:01:41 UTC
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Those beings could have been real in a way. But we do not know for sure
now, what those ancestors had actually seen.
There is nothing to suggest demons exist outside of religious
mythos.
I didn't ask a question.
If you're going to lie, and you are, DO NOT include the absolute
PROOF that you're lying in your post.
Post by Thomas Heger
were the 'demons' (and other personal) in religions and myth actually
beings or were they pure fantasy???
So you and I agree. Demons are 100% fictional.
That was my error. Actually I wanted to assume, that demons are mystical
depictions of real beings.

Those were common inhabitants of a different world, which has an axis of
time, pointing into the opposite direction.

They came here for unknown reasons, but possibly for exploitation purposes.

To make our ancestors exploitable, they told them - for instance - how
write, make music, mine gold or how to grow certain crops.

Our early ancestors were extremely pleased and developed rituals, which
lured these demons into our world again.

Since the world the demons came from was apparently opposite in its
behavior, the rituals are also opposite to common ethics (here on planet
Earth).


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2018-07-26 14:58:08 UTC
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Since the world the demons came from was apparently opposite in its
behavior, the rituals are also opposite to common ethics (here on planet
Earth).

(I just copied the end, anyone who wants the whole story can read the previous post.)
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All of this, fascinating as it is, has no basis in reality! These theories are nothing more than your attempting to bring legitimacy to fables, and making up new fables of your own.

I’ve read Arthur C. Clarke’s “Childhood’s End,” where he painted a similar picture to yours. The difference being that Clarke is a writer and doesn’t expect us to take his fable seriously.
KWills Shill #3
2018-07-28 22:30:01 UTC
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Those beings could have been real in a way. But we do not know for sure
now, what those ancestors had actually seen.
There is nothing to suggest demons exist outside of religious
mythos.
I didn't ask a question.
If you're going to lie, and you are, DO NOT include the absolute
PROOF that you're lying in your post.
Post by Thomas Heger
were the 'demons' (and other personal) in religions and myth actually
beings or were they pure fantasy???
So you and I agree. Demons are 100% fictional.
That was my error. Actually I wanted to assume, that demons are mystical
depictions of real beings.
There is nothing to suggest they are.
Post by Thomas Heger
Those were common inhabitants of a different world, which has an axis of
time, pointing into the opposite direction.
Can you write that in a language I know?
Are you claiming they were from another planet? If so, how did
they manage to travel the vastness of space within a reasonable amount
of time?
Post by Thomas Heger
They came here for unknown reasons, but possibly for exploitation purposes.
Or they never came at all.
Whereas your assumption is based on nothing, I'll go with that.
Post by Thomas Heger
To make our ancestors exploitable, they told them - for instance - how
write, make music, mine gold or how to grow certain crops.
Or, as the archeological evidence shows, people figured it out on
their own.
Post by Thomas Heger
Our early ancestors were extremely pleased and developed rituals, which
lured these demons into our world again.
Wow. You really are losing all contact with reality.
Religion formed to explain that which could not be explained. Why
did rain fall? Gods. Why did [insert natural disasters of choice here]
occur? The gods are upset.
What is behind the sun rising every morning? A god or two causes
it. Same with the moon.
Why is that one person over there hearing voices? Must be demons.
What caused person A to murder person B? Demons!
Post by Thomas Heger
Since the world the demons came from was apparently opposite in its
behavior, the rituals are also opposite to common ethics (here on planet
Earth).
Except there is absolutely NOTHING on which to base a claim of
demons existing, let alone that they came from another planet/world.
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Thomas Heger
2018-07-30 16:34:04 UTC
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Those beings could have been real in a way. But we do not know for sure
now, what those ancestors had actually seen.
There is nothing to suggest demons exist outside of religious
mythos.
I didn't ask a question.
If you're going to lie, and you are, DO NOT include the absolute
PROOF that you're lying in your post.
Post by Thomas Heger
were the 'demons' (and other personal) in religions and myth actually
beings or were they pure fantasy???
So you and I agree. Demons are 100% fictional.
That was my error. Actually I wanted to assume, that demons are mystical
depictions of real beings.
There is nothing to suggest they are.
Post by Thomas Heger
Those were common inhabitants of a different world, which has an axis of
time, pointing into the opposite direction.
Can you write that in a language I know?
Are you claiming they were from another planet? If so, how did
they manage to travel the vastness of space within a reasonable amount
of time?
I try to promote a certain idea in theoretical physics, which I think is
actually correct.

You most certainly have never heard of that, since it was actually my
own idea.

But in case you like to know, how that idea works, you may read my book.
It is a longish google.doc presentation and can be found here:


https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dd8jz2tx_3gfzvqgd6

According to this concept, there are many timelines possible and also
different directions of time.

Each axis of time has an associated 'world'. This world is more like a
'chapter' of a larger story, where time behaves in odd ways.

E.g. there could be a world, that has an axis of time pointing into the
opposite direction (compared to ours).

This 'other world' is invisible to us, but real and 'there' (kind of
'round the corner').

Such other world is inhabited by beings like us, which could interact
with our world, but cannot come here.

The reason: our world is a deadly environment for them.

But they could communicate with our world and actually did.

The benefit would be, that information of the future could be utilized
in the respective other world (e.g. for speculation, intrigue, war or
similar).

These other world inhabitants are the blueprint for what is called
'demons'.

Their local subcontractors (here on planet Earth) are profiting by large
through this cooperation, but have to perform demonic rituals occasionally.

...


TH
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2018-07-30 16:50:00 UTC
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Well, unless you can work out the math and present it, you have nothing more than a retelling of Robert Asprin’s “Myth Asventures.”

https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/MythAdventures
Thomas Heger
2018-07-30 17:02:19 UTC
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Well, unless you can work out the math and present it, you have nothing more than a retelling of Robert Asprin’s “Myth Asventures.”
https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/MythAdventures
Sorry, but I have never heard about that.

It is interesting anyhow.

E.g. look at this page:

https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/AnotherDimension




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2018-07-30 19:55:14 UTC
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Sorry, but I have never heard about that.

It is interesting anyhow.

E.g. look at this page:

https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/AnotherDimension

Apparently, you didn’t read the page or you would have found this under “Literature;”

(quote)
The Myth Adventures series by Robert Asprin has multiple dimensions between which the protagonists often travel. Also, almost all the protagonists originate in different dimensions (Skeeve from Klah, Aahz from Perv etc.)
(end quote)
Thomas Heger
2018-07-31 13:44:53 UTC
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Sorry, but I have never heard about that.
It is interesting anyhow.
https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/AnotherDimension
Apparently, you didn’t read the page or you would have found this under “Literature;”
(quote)
The Myth Adventures series by Robert Asprin has multiple dimensions between which the protagonists often travel. Also, almost all the protagonists originate in different dimensions (Skeeve from Klah, Aahz from Perv etc.)
(end quote)
I prefer this quoter:

"Another expression of the term is additional spatial dimensions, or
dimensions sideways to length, width and height. These are directions
that we can neither observe nor comprehend. If such dimensions exist in
our universe, there could very well be higher-dimensional beings
watching you right now. And you would never even know they are there."


TH
KWills Shill #3
2018-07-31 10:08:02 UTC
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Well, unless you can work out the math and present it, you have nothing more than a retelling of Robert Asprin’s “Myth Asventures.”
https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/MythAdventures
Sorry, but I have never heard about that.
Yet your "theory" matches Asprin's fiction almost exactly. The
only major difference is that you dishonestly don't admit it is
fiction.
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It is interesting anyhow.
https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/AnotherDimension
Is this your way of admitting you've been presenting claims that
are based in fiction?
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2018-07-31 10:07:13 UTC
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Well, unless you can work out the math and present it, you have nothing more than a retelling of Robert Asprin’s “Myth Asventures.”
https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/MythAdventures
I made the same connection. Clearly Thomas was counting on no one
else knowing about the series. Just his poor luck that two of us do.
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2018-07-31 10:06:59 UTC
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Those beings could have been real in a way. But we do not know for sure
now, what those ancestors had actually seen.
There is nothing to suggest demons exist outside of religious
mythos.
I didn't ask a question.
If you're going to lie, and you are, DO NOT include the absolute
PROOF that you're lying in your post.
Post by Thomas Heger
were the 'demons' (and other personal) in religions and myth actually
beings or were they pure fantasy???
So you and I agree. Demons are 100% fictional.
That was my error. Actually I wanted to assume, that demons are mystical
depictions of real beings.
There is nothing to suggest they are.
Post by Thomas Heger
Those were common inhabitants of a different world, which has an axis of
time, pointing into the opposite direction.
Can you write that in a language I know?
Are you claiming they were from another planet? If so, how did
they manage to travel the vastness of space within a reasonable amount
of time?
I try to promote a certain idea in theoretical physics, which I think is
actually correct.
No aspect of theoretical physics suggests demons are real. As
such, there is no idea that they are from another planet. You took the
idea from the "Myth Adventures" series.
I'm sure you didn't expect I'd know about it.
Post by Thomas Heger
You most certainly have never heard of that, since it was actually my
own idea.
So you lied. Got it.
Post by Thomas Heger
But in case you like to know, how that idea works, you may read my book.
https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dd8jz2tx_3gfzvqgd6
I've tried to read it a few times. It is so badly written it's
not possible to follow. You start with point A, then jump to point G,
then to Z and back to A. It's very obvious you lack any training in
physics or writing.
Post by Thomas Heger
According to this concept, there are many timelines possible and also
different directions of time.
Each axis of time has an associated 'world'. This world is more like a
'chapter' of a larger story, where time behaves in odd ways.
E.g. there could be a world, that has an axis of time pointing into the
opposite direction (compared to ours).
This 'other world' is invisible to us, but real and 'there' (kind of
'round the corner').
Such other world is inhabited by beings like us, which could interact
with our world, but cannot come here.
The reason: our world is a deadly environment for them.
But they could communicate with our world and actually did.
The benefit would be, that information of the future could be utilized
in the respective other world (e.g. for speculation, intrigue, war or
similar).
These other world inhabitants are the blueprint for what is called
'demons'.
Their local subcontractors (here on planet Earth) are profiting by large
through this cooperation, but have to perform demonic rituals occasionally.
Take Asprin's “Myth Adventures” a bit too seriously, did you?
I don't think you've ever put in so much effort to avoid a
question. Wow.
Now that you've played your avoidance game, please answer the
question I asked you.
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counselor.
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Thomas Heger
2018-07-31 13:41:30 UTC
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That was my error. Actually I wanted to assume, that demons are mystical
depictions of real beings.
There is nothing to suggest they are.
Post by Thomas Heger
Those were common inhabitants of a different world, which has an axis of
time, pointing into the opposite direction.
Can you write that in a language I know?
Are you claiming they were from another planet? If so, how did
they manage to travel the vastness of space within a reasonable amount
of time?
I try to promote a certain idea in theoretical physics, which I think is
actually correct.
No aspect of theoretical physics suggests demons are real. As
such, there is no idea that they are from another planet. You took the
idea from the "Myth Adventures" series.
I'm sure you didn't expect I'd know about it.
????

I have not quoted this book. I have in fact heard about demons from
other sources like (for instance) YouTube videos or TV.
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Post by Thomas Heger
You most certainly have never heard of that, since it was actually my
own idea.
So you lied. Got it.
???

What I have written in my 'book' was my own creation.

The 'book' was originally a collection of seperate pages. Each contained
a text, that I had written for the UseNet or internet-forums (like e.g.
BAUT-forum).

So the text is not really a continuous story. Instead each page is about
a slightly different subject (in many cases).
Post by KWills Shill #3
Post by Thomas Heger
But in case you like to know, how that idea works, you may read my book.
https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dd8jz2tx_3gfzvqgd6
I've tried to read it a few times. It is so badly written it's
not possible to follow. You start with point A, then jump to point G,
then to Z and back to A. It's very obvious you lack any training in
physics or writing.
Well, I have to admit, that the text has a few weaknesses in style and
grammar.

But now my English is much better (than in 2008), so eventually I will
write a new version.

I have also a lot of new skills and a better 'grip' on the mathematics used.

So, maybe a new version is required.

I have also to write a version in German (which I don't have till now).

The reason for not doing any of those tasks: there had been no interest
in my 'book' so far.

So why bother with something, which nobody wants to read?
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Post by Thomas Heger
According to this concept, there are many timelines possible and also
different directions of time.
Each axis of time has an associated 'world'. This world is more like a
'chapter' of a larger story, where time behaves in odd ways.
E.g. there could be a world, that has an axis of time pointing into the
opposite direction (compared to ours).
This 'other world' is invisible to us, but real and 'there' (kind of
'round the corner').
Such other world is inhabited by beings like us, which could interact
with our world, but cannot come here.
The reason: our world is a deadly environment for them.
...


Take Asprin's “Myth Adventures” a bit too seriously, did you?
Post by KWills Shill #3
I don't think you've ever put in so much effort to avoid a
question. Wow.
Now that you've played your avoidance game, please answer the
question I asked you.
Actually I had never heard about 'Myth Adventures' before. You may
eventually not believe me. But I can give you my word for this, that I
have never ever seen anything from it.

TH
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That was my error. Actually I wanted to assume, that demons are mystical
depictions of real beings.
There is nothing to suggest they are.
Post by Thomas Heger
Those were common inhabitants of a different world, which has an axis of
time, pointing into the opposite direction.
Can you write that in a language I know?
Are you claiming they were from another planet? If so, how did
they manage to travel the vastness of space within a reasonable amount
of time?
I try to promote a certain idea in theoretical physics, which I think is
actually correct.
No aspect of theoretical physics suggests demons are real. As
such, there is no idea that they are from another planet. You took the
idea from the "Myth Adventures" series.
I'm sure you didn't expect I'd know about it.
????
I have not quoted this book.
I didn't claim you did.
Odd that you feel the need to deny a charge not made.
Post by Thomas Heger
I have in fact heard about demons from
other sources like (for instance) YouTube videos or TV.
Which is not relevant.
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Post by Thomas Heger
You most certainly have never heard of that, since it was actually my
own idea.
So you lied. Got it.
???
What I have written in my 'book' was my own creation.
Your book is poorly written.
Post by Thomas Heger
The 'book' was originally a collection of seperate pages. Each contained
a text, that I had written for the UseNet or internet-forums (like e.g.
BAUT-forum).
So the text is not really a continuous story. Instead each page is about
a slightly different subject (in many cases).
You should re-write it so that it follows a logical and
reasonable train of thought. As it stands, it jumps all over.
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Post by KWills Shill #3
Post by Thomas Heger
But in case you like to know, how that idea works, you may read my book.
https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dd8jz2tx_3gfzvqgd6
I've tried to read it a few times. It is so badly written it's
not possible to follow. You start with point A, then jump to point G,
then to Z and back to A. It's very obvious you lack any training in
physics or writing.
Well, I have to admit, that the text has a few weaknesses in style and
grammar.
But now my English is much better (than in 2008), so eventually I will
write a new version.
I suggest NOT jumping from one point to another to another, then
yet another, then back to the first point.
Post by Thomas Heger
I have also a lot of new skills and a better 'grip' on the mathematics used.
So, maybe a new version is required.
I have also to write a version in German (which I don't have till now).
The reason for not doing any of those tasks: there had been no interest
in my 'book' so far.
So why bother with something, which nobody wants to read?
If it weren't so poorly written, and had anything based in
reality, it might be worth reading.
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Post by Thomas Heger
According to this concept, there are many timelines possible and also
different directions of time.
Each axis of time has an associated 'world'. This world is more like a
'chapter' of a larger story, where time behaves in odd ways.
E.g. there could be a world, that has an axis of time pointing into the
opposite direction (compared to ours).
This 'other world' is invisible to us, but real and 'there' (kind of
'round the corner').
Such other world is inhabited by beings like us, which could interact
with our world, but cannot come here.
The reason: our world is a deadly environment for them.
...
Take Asprin's “Myth Adventures” a bit too seriously, did you?
Post by KWills Shill #3
I don't think you've ever put in so much effort to avoid a
question. Wow.
Now that you've played your avoidance game, please answer the
question I asked you.
Actually I had never heard about 'Myth Adventures' before. You may
eventually not believe me. But I can give you my word for this, that I
have never ever seen anything from it.
How odd that your comments so closely match the series.
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Hi NG
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
(now comes the creative part from me..)
You should look at 'bad guys' time-reverted!
IOW: the bad guys are actually good guys, but for a different world,
where time runs into the opposite direction than in ours.
Good guys want good things to happen ... in the future!
So common people want the future to become better than the past.
If now creatures (anti-world-humans, time-travelers, aliens etc) come
from such a world into ours, they tend to behave strange and try to
achieve goals, which people otherwise try to avoid ('bad stuff').
Supposed they had - in spite of tremendous difficulties - traveled
into our world, they would certainly try to lure the inhabitants of
this planet into doing bad stuff.
This is so, because our future is (would be) their past, hence doing
something bad would be good for them and their world.
The 'bad guys' are actually good people (agents actually), but want
goods things in our past (their future) and bad things in their past
(our future).
To achieve their goals, they hire 'bad guys' from the streets (of our
world, of course - like Hitler, Stalin and so forth) and reward
badness as far as possible.
Sounds like complete crazyness. Not even good enough for a Hollywood
movie script. Sorry man.
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2018-07-28 22:30:10 UTC
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Hi NG
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
(now comes the creative part from me..)
You should look at 'bad guys' time-reverted!
IOW: the bad guys are actually good guys, but for a different world,
where time runs into the opposite direction than in ours.
Good guys want good things to happen ... in the future!
So common people want the future to become better than the past.
If now creatures (anti-world-humans, time-travelers, aliens etc) come
from such a world into ours, they tend to behave strange and try to
achieve goals, which people otherwise try to avoid ('bad stuff').
Supposed they had - in spite of tremendous difficulties - traveled
into our world, they would certainly try to lure the inhabitants of
this planet into doing bad stuff.
This is so, because our future is (would be) their past, hence doing
something bad would be good for them and their world.
The 'bad guys' are actually good people (agents actually), but want
goods things in our past (their future) and bad things in their past
(our future).
To achieve their goals, they hire 'bad guys' from the streets (of our
world, of course - like Hitler, Stalin and so forth) and reward
badness as far as possible.
Sounds like complete crazyness. Not even good enough for a Hollywood
movie script. Sorry man.
Thomas makes up a lot of stuff. His mind isn't wired to accept
reality.
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2018-07-31 14:06:43 UTC
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Hi NG
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
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How could you hunt Satan and his servants without knowing a bit of
Satanism? ;)

Am I speaking like X-Files? Maybe... ;)
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2018-07-31 20:36:13 UTC
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Hi NG
I had recently a brand new idea about 'bad guys'.
So: why do bad guys want to do bad things????
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How could you hunt Satan and his servants without knowing a bit of
Satanism? ;)
I would say: you should not ! (I mean: hunt)

Just avoid contact.

To behave destructive on creatures from other dimensions would most
likely not serve the intended goals.
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Am I speaking like X-Files? Maybe... ;)
I have to admit, that 'x-files' is not my favorite tv-show neither.

TH
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2018-08-01 12:28:58 UTC
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How could you hunt Satan and his servants without knowing a bit of
Satanism? ;)
I would say: you should not ! (I mean: hunt)
Just avoid contact.
Satan is basically a terrorist leader. It might help to hunt Satan down.
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To behave destructive on creatures from other dimensions would most
likely not serve the intended goals.
Are you sure that Satan is NOT related to global terrorism?
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I have to admit, that 'x-files' is not my favorite tv-show neither.
I second you. Only the first few episodes are really about paranormal
activities. Then .... everything turns conspiracy theories and witch
hunt. :)
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2018-08-01 19:59:47 UTC
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How could you hunt Satan and his servants without knowing a bit of
Satanism? ;)
I would say: you should not ! (I mean: hunt)
Just avoid contact.
Satan is basically a terrorist leader. It might help to hunt Satan down.
Post by Thomas Heger
To behave destructive on creatures from other dimensions would most
likely not serve the intended goals.
Are you sure that Satan is NOT related to global terrorism?
I had the idea, that there might be other invisible worlds, that are
populated with beings roughly like us.

The difference to our world is a different axis of time.

If such other world has a direction of time in the opposite direction
compared to ours, the beings from there would behave strange, if they
had the chance to interact with our world.

The reason: future for them is past for us and our future is there past.

Since you usually want to have a better future and do not mind too much
about the past, the beings from such other worlds would behave, as if
they don't care about our future.

That is, because our future is their past.

The attempt to better their future would look like intentional evil (to
us), even it is not meant that way.

(So 'evil' is a question of the environment, too, especially a question
of time.)

But those evil extra-terrestrials would most like prefer people from
Earth, that share their ideology and try to bring about evilness in our
future, since that would be a preference for a better past (what is
'their' natural desire).

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TH
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2018-08-02 09:59:38 UTC
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How could you hunt Satan and his servants without knowing a bit of
Satanism? ;)
I would say: you should not ! (I mean: hunt)
Just avoid contact.
Satan is basically a terrorist leader. It might help to hunt Satan down.
Post by Thomas Heger
To behave destructive on creatures from other dimensions would most
likely not serve the intended goals.
Are you sure that Satan is NOT related to global terrorism?
I had the idea, that there might be other invisible worlds, that are
populated with beings roughly like us.
The difference to our world is a different axis of time.
If such other world has a direction of time in the opposite direction
compared to ours, the beings from there would behave strange, if they
had the chance to interact with our world.
Ah, so you stole the idea from Red Dwarf.

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4ah2vq
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The reason: future for them is past for us and our future is there past.
Yep. Your "idea" now SCREAMS of "Red Dwarf: Backward."
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Since you usually want to have a better future and do not mind too much
about the past, the beings from such other worlds would behave, as if
they don't care about our future.
That is, because our future is their past.
The attempt to better their future would look like intentional evil (to
us), even it is not meant that way.
(So 'evil' is a question of the environment, too, especially a question
of time.)
Evil is NOT dependant on environment or time.
Post by Thomas Heger
But those evil extra-terrestrials would most like prefer people from
Earth, that share their ideology and try to bring about evilness in our
future, since that would be a preference for a better past (what is
'their' natural desire).
None of your "idea" makes sense outside of science fiction.
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Ah, so you stole the idea from Red Dwarf.

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4ah2vq
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The reason: future for them is past for us and our future is there past.
Yep. Your "idea" now SCREAMS of "Red Dwarf: Backward."
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Red Dwarf May have stolen the basic idea from Thomas Mallory, he claim Merlin lived backwards in time.
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2018-08-03 09:24:52 UTC
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Ah, so you stole the idea from Red Dwarf.
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4ah2vq
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The reason: future for them is past for us and our future is there past.
Yep. Your "idea" now SCREAMS of "Red Dwarf: Backward."
*****
Red Dwarf May have stolen the basic idea from Thomas Mallory, he
claim Merlin lived backwards in time.
I recall that. It was how Merlin was able to predict the future
so accurately. He was actually remembering.
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2018-08-03 13:10:56 UTC
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Ah, so you stole the idea from Red Dwarf.
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4ah2vq
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The reason: future for them is past for us and our future is there past.
Yep. Your "idea" now SCREAMS of "Red Dwarf: Backward."
*****
Red Dwarf May have stolen the basic idea from Thomas Mallory, he
claim Merlin lived backwards in time.
I recall that. It was how Merlin was able to predict the future
so accurately. He was actually remembering.
If Merlin was actually from another world, with time running backwards,
he could do all sorts of 'miracles', like predicting the future
(actually his past).

More interesting would be, if the Brits shouldn't have told the world,
that they had contacts with extra-terrestrials.

TH
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2018-08-04 12:01:17 UTC
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Ah, so you stole the idea from Red Dwarf.
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4ah2vq
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The reason: future for them is past for us and our future is there past.
Yep. Your "idea" now SCREAMS of "Red Dwarf: Backward."
*****
Red Dwarf May have stolen the basic idea from Thomas Mallory, he
claim Merlin lived backwards in time.
I recall that. It was how Merlin was able to predict the future
so accurately. He was actually remembering.
If Merlin was actually from another world, with time running backwards,
he could do all sorts of 'miracles', like predicting the future
(actually his past).
Merlin was, and is, a fictional character.
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More interesting would be, if the Brits shouldn't have told the world,
that they had contacts with extra-terrestrials.
What, exactly, does that have to do with the discussion?
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2018-08-05 16:58:40 UTC
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Am 04.08.2018 um 14:01 schrieb KWills Shill #3:
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Ah, so you stole the idea from Red Dwarf.
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4ah2vq
Post by Thomas Heger
The reason: future for them is past for us and our future is there past.
Yep. Your "idea" now SCREAMS of "Red Dwarf: Backward."
*****
Red Dwarf May have stolen the basic idea from Thomas Mallory, he
claim Merlin lived backwards in time.
I recall that. It was how Merlin was able to predict the future
so accurately. He was actually remembering.
If Merlin was actually from another world, with time running backwards,
he could do all sorts of 'miracles', like predicting the future
(actually his past).
Merlin was, and is, a fictional character.
How will you prove this assumption?
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More interesting would be, if the Brits shouldn't have told the world,
that they had contacts with extra-terrestrials.
What, exactly, does that have to do with the discussion?
If 'Merlin' (the fictional character) is based on a real time-traveler
or a real person named (just coincidentally) 'Merlin', that wouldn't
matter too much.

In both cases it would have been a British time-traveler of some kind
(or a 'demon').

In any case it would be an extra-terrestrial being and England should
not have made any kind of hidden agreement with such a creature.

TH
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2018-08-05 18:00:27 UTC
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You’re reaching a lot of conclusions that require unproven assumptions on your part.
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2018-08-06 08:03:22 UTC
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Ah, so you stole the idea from Red Dwarf.
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4ah2vq
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The reason: future for them is past for us and our future is there past.
Yep. Your "idea" now SCREAMS of "Red Dwarf: Backward."
*****
Red Dwarf May have stolen the basic idea from Thomas Mallory, he
claim Merlin lived backwards in time.
I recall that. It was how Merlin was able to predict the future
so accurately. He was actually remembering.
If Merlin was actually from another world, with time running backwards,
he could do all sorts of 'miracles', like predicting the future
(actually his past).
Merlin was, and is, a fictional character.
How will you prove this assumption?
It's not an assumption. It's well established TRUTH.
You are free to present evidence that counters the truth already
accepted. Since there is none for you to offer, you will either "run
away" from this or attempt to divert attention from it.
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More interesting would be, if the Brits shouldn't have told the world,
that they had contacts with extra-terrestrials.
What, exactly, does that have to do with the discussion?
If 'Merlin' (the fictional character) is based on a real time-traveler
or a real person named (just coincidentally) 'Merlin', that wouldn't
matter too much.
There is NOTHING to suggest Merlin is based on anyone real.
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In both cases it would have been a British time-traveler of some kind
(or a 'demon').
In any case it would be an extra-terrestrial being and England should
not have made any kind of hidden agreement with such a creature.
So there is no connection outside of your intensely held hate for
all things true, accurate and honest.
Got it.
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