Re: Theos-World Re: To Pedro & Anand: Serious Questions with Profound Implic...
Sep 29, 2004 04:08 AM
Swedenborg's "correspondences" bored me to death for some reason. Jonathan
Swift's various works were entertaining. But one of the writers of the XXth
century Olaf Stapledon was very interesting in his fiction writing. One work
"Sirius" was about co-habitation of consciousness that occupied a space traveling
German Shepherd that toured the galaxy experiencing various different forms of
life and conscious beings. He also wrote a fictional work about the Oil
Crisis of the future back in the 1920's.
I checked Dr. John Mack's PEER website and they have a memorial notice
posted relating his death Sept. 27th, thanks again for posting that information, I
very much liked Dr. John Mack he will be missed by a lot of people I am sure.
Nope, don't know of Sir William Wiseman. But at any rate much the same
type of thing springs up any time people are alarmed and especially if they are
in fear, hyperbole goes a long way with them.
BTW, in reading your link about Pelley there was reference made to the
Sedition Act having still been in active state back then, today it has been
revoked and accounts for a lot of the free expression that is so widely found in
all manner and form, there are still plenty of other nations that are nowhere as
lenient as America even today.
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