Discussion in 'Members Lounge' started by briski, Oct 18, 2018.
I am really unconvinced that the Earth is flat, anyone a flat Earther in here that can explain?
I said it before and I'll say it again. I've seen ships rise out of the horizon. Flat earthers must be blind.
Just found this, one of the best resources on reincarnation/OBE (rich2150x) i agree with him on so much stuff but he is wrong on this
The flat Earthers reincarnated from the Middle Ages straight to our times.
They still suffer a (spiritual) jetlag.
They are lol.
That gives me pause ...
Which of my firm beliefs seem to others to be obviously erroneous? But from my not so firm opinions?
It's easy to laugh at others' stupidity ...
I went by my own observations. I'm not blinkered.
In ancient Greece, Erastosthenes believed the earth was round with a 26,000 circumference- he was not far off.
I believe the earth is round, but mind you reader, it is actually true that our maps and globes are all distorted to a certain degree because we cannot scale and size everything properly on a model. Of course those of us who have been to the ocean also see the evidence of a round earth, but space footage backs argument very nicely as well.
I actually do apply the earth's shape to a spiritual explanation, and it actually was apart of my self-justification for believing in reincarnation. The earth is a circle (but not quite, let's be honest), our water runs in a circle, a nucleus is a circle, and these are the foundations of life are they not? So is it not impossible that our own lives can also follow this pattern?
I wonder why Flat earthers believe in a flat earth still, but the mystery does not cease to fascinate me.
But I must say, with all the evidence piled against them, that is one dedicated society. I hope they make recreations of Medieval maps on parchment and I would buy one in dedication of their past-life Cartologist guild sometime. Go Medieval Cartologists!
But seriously, good on them for believing in what they want no matter what. We need more of that on earth.
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