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Tommy's back again!
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19 Apr 2010, 22:52
Tommy Decentralized

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You clearly did not research this mater one bit. You clearly ignore the tons of experts in this field, many which are college professors, academia up the ying yang. You're missing the entire concept of the bible. good bye. I'm not going to waste any more time with you. C YA!

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21 Apr 2010, 02:33
T.A.I

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Well, since you're the one who is being the gateway representation on this topic, and is trying to catch the interest of people in order to inform and spread, it would be nice for you do provide most of the information in nice, paraphrased forms with proper spelling and grammar. It increases the attractiveness of information and and makes a person look more credible, and thus entices people to actually care, and would then prompt people to do research on their own.

That being said though, just because a topic is of great importance to you and interest to you, doesn't mean that it is for someone else, and in some cases, no matter how hard you try, you just cannot motivate someone to do their own research. For example, I have no care for history revolving around colonial America. It bores me. I don't want to read about it. I don't want to hear about it, and no matter how much someone could talk about it with me, it's nothing something I'm going to go out and research on my own.

So just because someone hasn't taken an interest in something and isn't providing the educated responses or reactions you're looking for doesn't really warrant these short, curt little "I'm done with you" posts, when we all know that you're going to come right back around and post another reply anyway.

I honestly find the information linking Christianity and Mushrooms interesting, because it is a fresh take on the origins of the Christian faith, but it's only one theory and speculation derived from the evidence that's been found, and doesn't necessitate that it's "THE" answer to the origin of the faith. History constantly digs up new information that discredits old theories. I wouldn't be surprised if in 30 years something comes up that disproves this one either.
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21 Apr 2010, 05:35
Tommy Decentralized

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--I'm not a writer, i really don't care about my spelling or typos or gramar or anything like that. sometimes i cant even understand my writings. So I feel for you, think about me, i have to try and make sense of myself all the time, and it ain't easy. but w/e chalk up a good point for being an anal nazi grama bitch, bla so stupid
I left a couple of links, I made good points, that some agreed with, and otehr didn't. Most can clearly see that the reason the pill poppers are so adamantly defending themselves, is out of guilt. duh (you know damn well that not every pill they pop, is bec they're in pain at that moment, if you don't know that, you;re an idiot, maybe in a few years time after you been around the block a few times, you'll recognize the language)

--people get on my nerves constantly with dumb stupid fucking nonsense like you;'re doing now. I have told everyone i know at one time or another to fuck off I'm done with you. I say it so much, that i can never remember who i'm not supposed to care about anymore,lol But YOU, call this your bloop, and for that I will be fucking with you from now on. bec its funny



--nothing will come up in any amount of time tat will disprove the use of entheogens in every culture throughout the history of mankind. Only a moron would even say that
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21 Apr 2010, 15:03
T.A.I

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That's nice. Those university professors and history experts in the field aren't writers, but they sure as hell have to polish their material before it gets presented to the world too.

No. I agree with you there. Nothing will come up to disprove the usage of entheogens throughout history. It happens now, it happened then, and it will continue to happen. But to take the usage of drugs and translate that to being the single founding source for Christianity is a bit extreme, and regardless if it is or not, why does it matter so much? Today the religion is both an inspiration and a bane for many people.

I'm still stuck on trying to figure out why this is such a sticking point for you. I get that it's a topic that you've researched and really are interested in, but years ago when you were on Bloop you were posting this exact same stuff, and you still are, and people are still acting in the exact same manner that they did then. What's you goal? It seems to me that it's an attempt to de-value the Christian religion. At least, that's what I feel like it's coming off as in the manner in which you present it sometimes. Not always, but sometimes.
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21 Apr 2010, 19:40
Tommy Decentralized

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actually most all of them are writers and have many books. the books are polished up, the radio interviews are them being them. and sharing lots of information. but it's the books that are where the meat is.

the field isn't new. the best book on this, in my opinion, came out in i thin it was 1970, or maybe a little sooner. "The Sacred Mushroom and The Cross" it was published by original dead sea scrolls scholar John Allegro who came from oxford university hired by the Vatican to recover, piece back together, the dead sea scrolls,the copper scrolls and the Essene library, which contains the oldest OT known to man. and the writings of what many believe to be the very first Christians. Th Essense, this library dates from 200 BCE - 65 AD. and these are the people that were right there during the whole jesus thingy. they're the first Christians. and this information i been posting is only a small taste of what's in the dead sea scrolls, and how the Essense lived, and how Christianity is bassed and came from much older religions that did use entheogens, which early christianity did as well. christianity is a combination of many previous believes, the state roman version is separate from the early christians. the state roman version intertwined even more of the local religions together.
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21 Apr 2010, 19:46
Tommy Decentralized

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the goal is to demonstrate that Christianity was once a beautiful religion, but that the intended meanings have been lost. we have all these traditions. lost is why and how they came to be, and yet they affect every aspect of our lives.

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21 Apr 2010, 23:40
T.A.I

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Then focus more on that then mushrooms, because that's all I ever see posted, to be quite honest.

That would catch my interest more than seeing the same, or similar, information repeated. People start to glance over what's been seen before. New things make them stop. :)
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22 Apr 2010, 02:49
Tommy Decentralized

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dont worry about me. you never were a regular reader, EVER

you dont know what i post.

try worry about YOU

YOU do something.

you post what YOU want

it works for me
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22 Apr 2010, 17:25
T.A.I

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Of course I wasn't a regular reader. After claiming that homosexuality was just some fad people took to far in efforts to be different and that the obvious explanation as to why I was one was because no self-respecting girl would sleep with me, who would want to read what a person like that posts?

I mean, maybe the Westboro Baptists, but I don't think they'll take happily to mushroom consumption and relation to Christianity.

Still though, whether or not someone was a regular reader doesn't negate their interest or disinterest in a topic.

It's like Estella said, you want people to read your stuff, and then you passive-aggressively diss them when they don't. If someone who does that can't figure out why people don't bother to look in the first place, whether or not they agree or disagree, then my hands are in the air.
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22 Apr 2010, 17:34
Tommy Decentralized

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no dude, you keep saying i post the same stuff for years and years. and i say yo do not know that. you could not know that. for one thing its not even true.

I pretty much cover every topic under the sun, and than some.


the taboo of being different is very addictive, sometimes over shadowing ones true self. if you cannot understand that. it's okay. no problem. but to put me in your stupid label box of ignorance.

you have an interest in something. sweet. do some fucking homework on it yourself
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22 Apr 2010, 19:25
T.A.I

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Yeah, the problem though is that it's not really a taboo to be gay or lesbian anymore. Besides, a lot of that is fading away, not to mention the fact that people's gender identities and sexual orientation are things that show up before most children have a conceptualized view of the world and how it works. I highly doubt an 8-year old has the adequate mental capacity to make a decision like that, or even have the focus and drive to do so at that age.

If I wanted to be different I'd wear a pink mohawk and neon blue pants all the time. I wouldn't go with something that could get me fired because I don't live in a right-to-work state, nor would I pick something that would get me beat up or picked on, nor would I chose something that people commit suicide over.

If you cannot understand the difference between someone being different to be edgy or for shock value and the extreme viewpoint that you take on it and the impractical application you apply to this situation, it's okay. You're already sitting inside your own sterile tote of ignorance, and you're perpetuating it too.

I mean, I can sit here and say that your desire to be different and make your own herd instead of running with the rest of the flock is the reason behind why you put so much time and effort into being anti-government, anti-pharmaceuticals and doctors, pro-religion-came-from-hallucinogens, and pro-lemme-be-a-rude-dick-to-people.

So I guess it's safe to say that the desire really does overwhelm one's sense of self and perception. I mean, if one truly had an urge to spread information and knowledge, they would be doing everything in their power to generate a bigger audience, not adopt the policy of "If you don't wanna deal with me or read my shit, fine. Be ignorant" and throw around their opinion all weebly-woobly like you do. No, you sir, you just keep doing what you always do, which is stir up shit and make some drama.

You wonder why bloop is this "drama whore infested kiddie crap?"

All the rest of us don't have an experience like that, because all the rest of us aren't you. I mean, there's no other way to say it, but if you keep hearing it, you keep getting told it, and you keep personally experiencing it, it must be true.


....unless of course, you're on shrooms. ;)
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22 Apr 2010, 20:04
Tommy Decentralized

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wrong. it is still very much taboo. in some places more taboo than others places. it really depends on where one lives. you don't live in SF. but even if you did, it's still taboo even there.

I'm not anti-government. I want we the people to work in partnership with government. learn more at vote.org

I had a taste of Internet popularity, 100-500 emails daily. I did not like it, it wasn't for me. I couldn't keep up, i lost track of my real friends. I had to make a separate account, for my person stuff and my friends, I ended up ignoring my popular account completely. I uploaded to it, the same as my personal,lol but the popular one got false flagged and remove, and I say good riddance tho that! I prefer to be a lone wolf. doing my own thing, i really don't care if new people come into my world or not. I don't mind some. but i don't like to many people paying attention to me. I can no longer be personal with all those people, and answer all their questions. and i didn't like that, it;s not me. so good radiance to popularity! fuck that,lol


I see kiddie arguments about NOTHING of importance on bloop, and have seen this from 20054-2010 Bloop has that reputation, because it's TRUE (you, redfag, estela, chris, are PROOF)
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22 Apr 2010, 20:06
Tommy Decentralized

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2004*
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22 Apr 2010, 04:11
valerieeeee

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i don't think you're meeting your goal. your entry says that mushrooms have been around forever, and they have been in the early church, and that Jesus was a mushroom and the mushroom has been a part of everything. i'm not seeing the goal being met, and i read your entry.
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22 Apr 2010, 04:18
Tommy Decentralized

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I never said the mushroom affects everything. I said religion does.

I dont do my work on bloop

it's done at gnosticmedia.com

you should worry abut your own goals, not mine. I'm doing just fine.
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22 Apr 2010, 07:45
lithium layouts.

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It can still be beautiful, if you take it down to the central, fundamental teachings.

I'm not very religious. When I say that, I mean that I don't need the Church to connect with God. The Church has shown me that people - their lust for sex and money and power - corrupt religion too much. Religion itself is beautiful and pure. It's what a minority of people do with religion that make all Christians seem like idiots.
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22 Apr 2010, 08:26
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you have to go back further than when the christians stole previous religions, and they, the christians twisted the intended meanings. the past, previous religions that christianty stole from, and some of the gnostics, are the beautiful religions. that really don't have much to do with some god. - or rather mother nature, the phallus in the sky that brings rain. the original god was a penis in the sky, not an actual one, bec in mythology, and christianty to is MYTHOLOGY, mythology pertains to real things, in science, fertility, and evolution. the rain fertilized mother earth (above) and man fertilized women (below) as above so below. no matter how well man built his home, grew crops, stored food, etc he was, and is, always at the hand's of nature. an earthquake, vol cannon, winds, to much rain, or not enough rain, can your god make it rain, faith came about to please the gods, but the god has always been nature. how to please nature, for good weather, rain dance, rituals, etc
mankind eventual found a way to talk to god, entheogens. Those that took the drugs were the priest, they have the gnosis, just like tribal witch doctors, this has been going on for thousands of years, and still today. That DMT experience, is a beautiful thing. my first time, what amazed me was, how similar it was to a near death experiences i unfortunately, or fortunate, had.
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21 Apr 2010, 05:36
Tommy Decentralized

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ignore the pill popping, wrong thread,lol sorry about that
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21 Apr 2010, 02:39
Chris

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Not to be a dick here, yo, but if you're going to dismiss everyone making a counter-argument, you're going to find you have no one left to discuss this with.
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21 Apr 2010, 05:23
Tommy Decentralized

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If others want to read into something that really isn't there, and pick and chose things out of context, and worded wrong on my part. I really hope they do leave me alone!
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21 Apr 2010, 05:44
Tommy Decentralized

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I did the same with you, as I did the gay guy. wrong thread. sorry

I present a lot of evidence, that she didn't even bother reading, and she made up stuff, and then argued against what she made up. It was pointless and stupid. the end


you'll have to trust me, that obviously most state religious people don't like this part of history. equally many atheist do not like the fact that maybe these religions were teaching evolution and not what the state religion is about. so of course the atheist like to pretend they are so far above, and more intelligent than the religious, but come to find out they;re bigger fucking idiots, for not realizing what's going on here.

example:

a wise man tells a story of a magical bull in the sky, with many allegories to go with it, in all type of things.

The modern state religious: There really is a magical bull in the sky.

The average atheist says: No you moron, there is no bull in the sky, you brainwashed fool.

The researcher says: Nah. it's a story of the constellation of Taurus
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16 Apr 2010, 02:06
foreverglow

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Just gotta put my two cents. Personally, I've nothing against Tommy. He has his opinions just like we all do. It doesn't mean that you have to read them, agree with them, or even respond to them and/or start a debate with him. He has a right to be here just like you and I have a right to be here, you might not like him, but you don't have to badger him because he decided to GOD FORBID, come back here.:)
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16 Apr 2010, 02:32
Tommy Decentralized

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agreed. and thank you :)

I wish bloop would be more welcoming to new and old members. I really want everyone to promote bloop, and lets get this sucker going.

bloop could be big time, or slightly bigger, as to not have troubles with bloop disappearing one day because it's not supporting itself.

I personally will promote the hell out of bloop, but just only if i knew a bunch of idiots, always the same crowd, wouldn't jump down their throats because they fail to realize diversity is an education in itself
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16 Apr 2010, 02:42
foreverglow

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you're welcome. :)
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16 Apr 2010, 19:14
Odd

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They thought I was you Tommy....Long time man, How ya been?
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