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    Baptism & Waterboarding

    Heard a theory from Rupert Sheldrake.

    Perhaps baptism by water was waterboarding? If you force someone to drown, and then save them you will create both a re-birth + a possible NDE. Perhaps John the Baptist was a waterboarder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awani View Post
    Heard a theory from Rupert Sheldrake.

    Perhaps baptism by water was waterboarding? If you force someone to drown, and then save them you will create both a re-birth + a possible NDE. Perhaps John the Baptist was a waterboarder?

    The people on the iron isles in G.R.R. Martin's books of "A song of ice and fire" are exactly doing right that.

    Also remember that Jesus' most important symbol in the first times of christianity was the fish. Not unimportant to some theories about astrology and alchemy imo.
    Fulcanelli too was writing a lot about baptism (especially in a shell-shaped bowl).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Awani View Post
    Heard a theory from Rupert Sheldrake.

    Perhaps baptism by water was waterboarding? If you force someone to drown, and then save them you will create both a re-birth + a possible NDE. Perhaps John the Baptist was a waterboarder?

    When trying to get your religion to spread, it helps to use a bit of gentle persuasion.



    Quote Originally Posted by Florius Frammel View Post
    Also remember that Jesus' most important symbol in the first times of christianity was the fish. Not unimportant to some theories about astrology and alchemy imo.
    Fulcanelli too was writing a lot about baptism (especially in a shell-shaped bowl).

    Speaking of NDE, and sea shells... ever looked up "shell gold"? Basically you take gold leaf, mix it with gum arabic and a bit of water, into a fine paste, and keep doing so until its just right and really fine, and you basically have gold made into a water-based paint.

    Here's where it gets fun - its called "shell gold" because they used to store it inside sea shells:



    The key here to the binding and making of the paint, is gum arabic - which historically comes from acacia, some species of it are high in DMT... could be on to something, especially in regards to making a unique and potentially potent tincture/elixir for the mind and spirit.
    Giving such to someone, may very well "baptize" them by "waterboarding". lol
    Gentle persuasion indeed.




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