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Chuck, Fireguns, Children & Secrets

Apr 06, 2006 04:23 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline


If you say "you have a great secret" -- then you are not willing to keep the secret. You are making self-promotion.

This is not the point.

If you have a firegun at home -- will you tell its location and how it works to your children or grandchildren?


Subject: Re: Theos-World Chuck, Beyond Disappointment
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2006 13:12:55 EDT

In a message dated 4/5/2006 10:03:07 AM Central Standard Time, writes:

If people do not believe in the Sacred Wisdom, or in the secret side of
certain insights, or in the need for secrecy with regard to some matters,
it is just natural that they despise everything which they do not know.

It is important to be very skeptical of anyone who says they have a great
secret, because all too often the great secrets turn out to be merely great
schemes for relieving people of their money or their lives.

What makes a Wisdom sacred in the first place? Is anything really sacred or
is the idea of sacred itself a fraud?

For myself, I do not despise that which I do not know. There are lots of
things I don't know, like how quantum mechanics works. What I despise, what I
have nothing but undying contempt for, is the notion that there is something
that I should NOT know.

Secrecy?? What are the bastards afraid of?

Chuck the Heretic

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