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11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????
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11/9/2014 7:32:40 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

...Skyangel is a glutton for punishment? :-)
This thread is like eavesdropping on a conversation in a mental asylum. - Bulproof

You can call your invisible friends whatever you like. - Desmac

What the hell kind of coked up sideshow has this thread turned into. - Casten
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11/9/2014 7:39:16 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 7:32:40 PM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

...Skyangel is a glutton for punishment? :-)

Are the trolls going to punish me for not believing in them and their invisible bridge?
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11/9/2014 7:45:07 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:

The moral of the story is.........????

Firstly, +1! Well done.

Secondly, the moral is.... faith can help you to see an imaginary bridge, as long as you realize imaginary bridges all lead to the bottom of the gorge.
"If we believe absurdities we shall commit atrocities." -- Voltaire
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11/9/2014 7:55:58 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 7:39:16 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:32:40 PM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

...Skyangel is a glutton for punishment? :-)


Are the trolls going to punish me for not believing in them and their invisible bridge?

*shakes magic eight ball*

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This thread is like eavesdropping on a conversation in a mental asylum. - Bulproof

You can call your invisible friends whatever you like. - Desmac

What the hell kind of coked up sideshow has this thread turned into. - Casten
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11/9/2014 8:19:39 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 7:55:58 PM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:39:16 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:32:40 PM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

...Skyangel is a glutton for punishment? :-)


Are the trolls going to punish me for not believing in them and their invisible bridge?

*shakes magic eight ball*

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11/9/2014 8:45:04 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

... don't believe everything you're told, less it becomes your reality.

Or, trolls are tricksy little bastards. Shoot them on site.
A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man contemplates it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral."
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11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.
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11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.
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11/9/2014 8:57:20 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.

Those who know the invisible Creator knows that His people are totally blinded by the things they observe in this world.
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11/9/2014 9:46:12 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 8:57:20 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.

Those who know the invisible Creator knows that His people are totally blinded by the things they observe in this world.

Of course, They are just as blind to reality as the creatures were who did not believe in invisible bridges or invisible trolls. Only those who the trolls reveal themselves to can hear and see the reality of the trolls and obey their every command. The rest are blind as bats because the trolls did not choose to let them see.
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11/9/2014 10:14:23 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 9:46:12 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:57:20 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.

Those who know the invisible Creator knows that His people are totally blinded by the things they observe in this world.

Of course, They are just as blind to reality as the creatures were who did not believe in invisible bridges or invisible trolls. Only those who the trolls reveal themselves to can hear and see the reality of the trolls and obey their every command. The rest are blind as bats because the trolls did not choose to let them see.

It's a good thing God made you as stupid as His other people. At least He was fair to all His people.
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11/9/2014 11:13:50 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 10:14:23 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 9:46:12 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:57:20 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.

Those who know the invisible Creator knows that His people are totally blinded by the things they observe in this world.

Of course, They are just as blind to reality as the creatures were who did not believe in invisible bridges or invisible trolls. Only those who the trolls reveal themselves to can hear and see the reality of the trolls and obey their every command. The rest are blind as bats because the trolls did not choose to let them see.

It's a good thing God made you as stupid as His other people. At least He was fair to all His people.

In that case I am just as enlightened or just as stupid as you are Brad. Otherwise God is not fair. However, there is also the possibility that you are not one of Gods people but rather one of Satans people. Your father is the devil. He made you believe he is God and you are the only one who can hear his instructions.
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11/10/2014 6:25:41 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
Jokes on you...................the trolls are REAL !!!!
"Seems like another attempt to insert God into areas our knowledge has yet to penetrate. You figure God would be bigger than the gaps of our ignorance." Drafterman 19/5/12
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11/10/2014 8:25:23 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 11:13:50 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 10:14:23 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 9:46:12 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:57:20 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.

Those who know the invisible Creator knows that His people are totally blinded by the things they observe in this world.

Of course, They are just as blind to reality as the creatures were who did not believe in invisible bridges or invisible trolls. Only those who the trolls reveal themselves to can hear and see the reality of the trolls and obey their every command. The rest are blind as bats because the trolls did not choose to let them see.

It's a good thing God made you as stupid as His other people. At least He was fair to all His people.


In that case I am just as enlightened or just as stupid as you are Brad. Otherwise God is not fair. However, there is also the possibility that you are not one of Gods people but rather one of Satans people. Your father is the devil. He made you believe he is God and you are the only one who can hear his instructions.

Satan is not a being. It is a symbolic term to describe the things that cause fear in a man as he observes and senses the illusions of this world. As long as God's people believe this world is real, they will find good and evil things to fear.
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11/10/2014 3:52:09 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/10/2014 6:25:41 AM, Illegalcombatant wrote:
Jokes on you...................the trolls are REAL !!!!

Of course they are. They are all over the internet trying to convince unbelievers in the bridge that the bridge exists.
Some of them even think they are God and want to kill everyone who does not believe their words.
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11/10/2014 3:53:50 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 8:57:20 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.

Those who know the invisible Creator knows that His people are totally blinded by the things they observe in this world.

Then God must also be blind if he created blind people in his own image.
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11/10/2014 4:03:25 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/10/2014 8:25:23 AM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 11:13:50 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 10:14:23 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 9:46:12 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:57:20 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.

Those who know the invisible Creator knows that His people are totally blinded by the things they observe in this world.

Of course, They are just as blind to reality as the creatures were who did not believe in invisible bridges or invisible trolls. Only those who the trolls reveal themselves to can hear and see the reality of the trolls and obey their every command. The rest are blind as bats because the trolls did not choose to let them see.

It's a good thing God made you as stupid as His other people. At least He was fair to all His people.


In that case I am just as enlightened or just as stupid as you are Brad. Otherwise God is not fair. However, there is also the possibility that you are not one of Gods people but rather one of Satans people. Your father is the devil. He made you believe he is God and you are the only one who can hear his instructions.

Satan is not a being. It is a symbolic term to describe the things that cause fear in a man as he observes and senses the illusions of this world. As long as God's people believe this world is real, they will find good and evil things to fear.

God is not a being either. It is a symbolic term to describe all the "good" things in mankind and in the universe. Satan or the devil is symbolic of all the "bad" things which exist.
Good and bad have both been personified as supernatural invisible characters. In reality good and bad are nothing but humans judgments about human perception of that which exists.
Human perception and experience is real to humans even to those who claim that everything is an illusion.
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11/10/2014 9:47:40 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/10/2014 6:25:41 AM, Illegalcombatant wrote:
Jokes on you...................the trolls are REAL !!!!

It's about time someone stood up for us.LOL
Religion is just mind control. George Carlin
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11/10/2014 10:52:04 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/10/2014 4:03:25 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/10/2014 8:25:23 AM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 11:13:50 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 10:14:23 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 9:46:12 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:57:20 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.

Those who know the invisible Creator knows that His people are totally blinded by the things they observe in this world.

Of course, They are just as blind to reality as the creatures were who did not believe in invisible bridges or invisible trolls. Only those who the trolls reveal themselves to can hear and see the reality of the trolls and obey their every command. The rest are blind as bats because the trolls did not choose to let them see.

It's a good thing God made you as stupid as His other people. At least He was fair to all His people.


In that case I am just as enlightened or just as stupid as you are Brad. Otherwise God is not fair. However, there is also the possibility that you are not one of Gods people but rather one of Satans people. Your father is the devil. He made you believe he is God and you are the only one who can hear his instructions.

Satan is not a being. It is a symbolic term to describe the things that cause fear in a man as he observes and senses the illusions of this world. As long as God's people believe this world is real, they will find good and evil things to fear.

God is not a being either. It is a symbolic term to describe all the "good" things in mankind and in the universe. Satan or the devil is symbolic of all the "bad" things which exist.
Good and bad have both been personified as supernatural invisible characters. In reality good and bad are nothing but humans judgments about human perception of that which exists.
Human perception and experience is real to humans even to those who claim that everything is an illusion.

God is the only one who is real. Everything else was created and formed by Him.
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11/10/2014 11:42:49 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/10/2014 10:52:04 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/10/2014 4:03:25 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/10/2014 8:25:23 AM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 11:13:50 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 10:14:23 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 9:46:12 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:57:20 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.

Those who know the invisible Creator knows that His people are totally blinded by the things they observe in this world.

Of course, They are just as blind to reality as the creatures were who did not believe in invisible bridges or invisible trolls. Only those who the trolls reveal themselves to can hear and see the reality of the trolls and obey their every command. The rest are blind as bats because the trolls did not choose to let them see.

It's a good thing God made you as stupid as His other people. At least He was fair to all His people.


In that case I am just as enlightened or just as stupid as you are Brad. Otherwise God is not fair. However, there is also the possibility that you are not one of Gods people but rather one of Satans people. Your father is the devil. He made you believe he is God and you are the only one who can hear his instructions.

Satan is not a being. It is a symbolic term to describe the things that cause fear in a man as he observes and senses the illusions of this world. As long as God's people believe this world is real, they will find good and evil things to fear.

God is not a being either. It is a symbolic term to describe all the "good" things in mankind and in the universe. Satan or the devil is symbolic of all the "bad" things which exist.
Good and bad have both been personified as supernatural invisible characters. In reality good and bad are nothing but humans judgments about human perception of that which exists.
Human perception and experience is real to humans even to those who claim that everything is an illusion.

God is the only one who is real. Everything else was created and formed by Him.

Listen Brad, God is REALITY itself. Reality creates reality in the image of reality.
God is not an invisible supernatural being or your invisible thoughts or anything of the kind. God is everything you can see and also everything you cannot see.
God does not just speak to one single person on the planet and make that mere mortal "his voice"
All of nature is the "voice of God". His/its voice is like many waters, it includes the roar of the ocean and the whisper of the gentle waves lapping the shores. It is the sound of the waterfall, the sound of the thunder, the sound of the rain, the sound of the wind. etc etc Its "voice"can be heard in the sounds of the birds, animals and insects and all the rest of the billions of sounds which nature makes. Its signs can be observed in the seasons and cycles of nature. God is everywhere and "speaks" to Life in many different forms through many different means. To believe you are the one and only voice of God on the planet is sheer self delusion Brad but I understand you have a mental handicap which does not comprehend that truth so you prefer to reject, deny and ignore it and treat is as lie.
I just wish someone could help you overcome your delusions and self importance and help you realize you are nothing special and no supernatural character chose you for anything.
You are deceiving yourself.
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11/11/2014 2:20:39 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

.... that you are trying to ascertain the parenthood of Saint Brad Holkesvig?
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11/11/2014 8:34:59 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/10/2014 11:42:49 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/10/2014 10:52:04 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/10/2014 4:03:25 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/10/2014 8:25:23 AM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 11:13:50 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 10:14:23 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 9:46:12 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:57:20 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:55:40 PM, Skyangel wrote:
At 11/9/2014 8:48:06 PM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/9/2014 7:25:34 PM, Skyangel wrote:
Once upon a time there were three trolls. A father troll, a mother troll and an only begotten son troll. They lived under a magic bridge which joined two lands.
The lands were separated by a large expanse of nothingness. One was called Earth and the other was called all kinds of names because no one on Earth knew what its inhabitants actually called it.
The bridge was invisible and so were the three trolls. They only revealed themselves to those who chanted magic words and said "I believe in trolls"

The magic trolls were in charge of who went over the invisible bridge to the place on the other side which could not be seen due to the large expanse of nothingness.

No one could get over the bridge unless they first believed the trolls existed and then they had to believe the trolls created the invisible bridge before the trolls would actually let them see it to walk across it.

Many creatures came to the edge of the precipice and saw no evidence of trolls or any evidence of any bridge. Those creatures turned around went back to where they came from and lived happily ever after due to not believing in invisible trolls or bridges.

Some creatures however heard about the magical invisible trolls and the magic land on the other side of the precipice. They came to the edge of the precipice which looked like the end of the Earth and they chanted " I believe in trolls"
The trolls then made an appearance in their imaginations where the believers saw them. The trolls then told them that there was a bridge they could cross if they believed so the believers chanted "We believe in the bridge"
They also adored the trolls for revealing the bridge to them and promised them their lives.
The bridge then appeared in their vision and by faith they took a step and fell right over the precipice and into the vast expanse of nothingness. That was the end of the Earth for them. They were finally on the other side.

Those believing creatures are now immortalized in the memories of the nonbelieving creatures who lived forever while the believers fell to their own destruction due to believing their own visions and imaginations.

Are trolls real or are they just fantasy characters?

The moral of the story is.........????

Those who fear trolls don't know who God is.

Those who believe in invisible characters have departed from reality.

Those who know the invisible Creator knows that His people are totally blinded by the things they observe in this world.

Of course, They are just as blind to reality as the creatures were who did not believe in invisible bridges or invisible trolls. Only those who the trolls reveal themselves to can hear and see the reality of the trolls and obey their every command. The rest are blind as bats because the trolls did not choose to let them see.

It's a good thing God made you as stupid as His other people. At least He was fair to all His people.


In that case I am just as enlightened or just as stupid as you are Brad. Otherwise God is not fair. However, there is also the possibility that you are not one of Gods people but rather one of Satans people. Your father is the devil. He made you believe he is God and you are the only one who can hear his instructions.

Satan is not a being. It is a symbolic term to describe the things that cause fear in a man as he observes and senses the illusions of this world. As long as God's people believe this world is real, they will find good and evil things to fear.

God is not a being either. It is a symbolic term to describe all the "good" things in mankind and in the universe. Satan or the devil is symbolic of all the "bad" things which exist.
Good and bad have both been personified as supernatural invisible characters. In reality good and bad are nothing but humans judgments about human perception of that which exists.
Human perception and experience is real to humans even to those who claim that everything is an illusion.

God is the only one who is real. Everything else was created and formed by Him.

Listen Brad, God is REALITY itself. Reality creates reality in the image of reality.
God is not an invisible supernatural being or your invisible thoughts or anything of the kind. God is everything you can see and also everything you cannot see.
God does not just speak to one single person on the planet and make that mere mortal "his voice"
All of nature is the "voice of God". His/its voice is like many waters, it includes the roar of the ocean and the whisper of the gentle waves lapping the shores. It is the sound of the waterfall, the sound of the thunder, the sound of the rain, the sound of the wind. etc etc Its "voice"can be heard in the sounds of the birds, animals and insects and all the rest of the billions of sounds which nature makes. Its signs can be observed in the seasons and cycles of nature. God is everywhere and "speaks" to Life in many different forms through many different means. To believe you are the one and only voice of God on the planet is sheer self delusion Brad but I understand you have a mental handicap which does not comprehend that truth so you prefer to reject, deny and ignore it and treat is as lie.
I just wish someone could help you overcome your delusions and self importance and help you realize you are nothing special and no supernatural character chose you for anything.
You are deceiving yourself.

I'm not in this world to listen to liars who believe God's illusions are real. I'm way beyond any of God's people in knowledge of who we are in Him. If you don't listen to the voice of the Lord, you will remain in your tiny box and be confused until you're humbled with death.
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11/11/2014 9:06:25 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/11/2014 8:34:59 AM, bornofgod wrote:

I'm not in this world to listen to liars who believe God's illusions are real. I'm way beyond any of God's people in knowledge of who we are in Him. If you don't listen to the voice of the Lord, you will remain in your tiny box and be confused until you're humbled with death.

Notice how quickly the system of belief coupled with indoctrination can so easily corrupt the weak mind... a mind filled with doctrines of Bronze age myth and superstitions, a very dangerous mind if ever power were granted over the masses. Dictator and despot would be a likely result.
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11/11/2014 9:15:09 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/10/2014 8:25:23 AM, bornofgod wrote:

Satan is not a being. It is a symbolic term to describe the things that cause fear in a man as he observes and senses the illusions of this world.

But, there are various things that may cause fear in a man, lumping them all together under a "symbolic term" is rather useless as it serves no purpose.

Instead, we should probably study and research those things that cause fear in a man, thus we can learn about ourselves in order to alleviate as much as that fear as possible.

And, we have done so. We no longer run in fear of lightning and thunder, for example, because we now understand meteorology and don't believe that angry gods were the cause. We understand that people have mental disorders and are not ravaged by invisible demons.

So, if we separate and categorize all the various fears of men, we can alleviate them. See how that works?
Marrying a 6 year old and waiting until she reaches puberty and maturity before having consensual sex is better than walking up to
a stranger in a bar and proceeding to have relations with no valid proof of the intent of the person. Muhammad wins. ~ Fatihah
If they don't want to be killed then they have to subdue to the Islamic laws. - Uncung
Without God, you are lower than sh!t. ~ SpiritandTruth
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11/11/2014 9:16:46 AM
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At 11/11/2014 9:06:25 AM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 11/11/2014 8:34:59 AM, bornofgod wrote:

I'm not in this world to listen to liars who believe God's illusions are real. I'm way beyond any of God's people in knowledge of who we are in Him. If you don't listen to the voice of the Lord, you will remain in your tiny box and be confused until you're humbled with death.

Notice how quickly the system of belief coupled with indoctrination can so easily corrupt the weak mind... a mind filled with doctrines of Bronze age myth and superstitions, a very dangerous mind if ever power were granted over the masses. Dictator and despot would be a likely result.

A weak mind is one who can't think outside of what they believe to be true. It's very difficult for them to listen to knowledge that they reject.
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11/11/2014 9:20:19 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/11/2014 9:15:09 AM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 11/10/2014 8:25:23 AM, bornofgod wrote:

Satan is not a being. It is a symbolic term to describe the things that cause fear in a man as he observes and senses the illusions of this world.

But, there are various things that may cause fear in a man, lumping them all together under a "symbolic term" is rather useless as it serves no purpose.

Instead, we should probably study and research those things that cause fear in a man, thus we can learn about ourselves in order to alleviate as much as that fear as possible.

And, we have done so. We no longer run in fear of lightning and thunder, for example, because we now understand meteorology and don't believe that angry gods were the cause. We understand that people have mental disorders and are not ravaged by invisible demons.

So, if we separate and categorize all the various fears of men, we can alleviate them. See how that works?

All fear comes from the same source to confuse His people during this first age. The lack of knowledge of who man is causes this fear in man. Man believes he and this world he lives in is real. If he gets the knowledge of his true existence in the "consciousness" of our invisible Creator, then his fears will recede. But until he receives this knowledge, he will remain cursed by what he observes, smells, tastes, touches and feels emotionally.
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11/11/2014 9:52:37 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/11/2014 9:20:19 AM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/11/2014 9:15:09 AM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 11/10/2014 8:25:23 AM, bornofgod wrote:

Satan is not a being. It is a symbolic term to describe the things that cause fear in a man as he observes and senses the illusions of this world.

But, there are various things that may cause fear in a man, lumping them all together under a "symbolic term" is rather useless as it serves no purpose.

Instead, we should probably study and research those things that cause fear in a man, thus we can learn about ourselves in order to alleviate as much as that fear as possible.

And, we have done so. We no longer run in fear of lightning and thunder, for example, because we now understand meteorology and don't believe that angry gods were the cause. We understand that people have mental disorders and are not ravaged by invisible demons.

So, if we separate and categorize all the various fears of men, we can alleviate them. See how that works?

All fear comes from the same source to confuse His people during this first age.

That is not true at all. Fear comes from many sources.

The lack of knowledge of who man is causes this fear in man. Man believes he and this world he lives in is real. If he gets the knowledge of his true existence in the "consciousness" of our invisible Creator, then his fears will recede. But until he receives this knowledge, he will remain cursed by what he observes, smells, tastes, touches and feels emotionally.

Again, not true. Men have found many types of fears and have alleviated them. What you're saying is men have no control over their fears when we know they do.

And, if the knowledge you refer has anything to do with how you behave, I want nothing to do with it.
Marrying a 6 year old and waiting until she reaches puberty and maturity before having consensual sex is better than walking up to
a stranger in a bar and proceeding to have relations with no valid proof of the intent of the person. Muhammad wins. ~ Fatihah
If they don't want to be killed then they have to subdue to the Islamic laws. - Uncung
Without God, you are lower than sh!t. ~ SpiritandTruth
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11/11/2014 9:53:32 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/11/2014 9:16:46 AM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/11/2014 9:06:25 AM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 11/11/2014 8:34:59 AM, bornofgod wrote:

I'm not in this world to listen to liars who believe God's illusions are real. I'm way beyond any of God's people in knowledge of who we are in Him. If you don't listen to the voice of the Lord, you will remain in your tiny box and be confused until you're humbled with death.

Notice how quickly the system of belief coupled with indoctrination can so easily corrupt the weak mind... a mind filled with doctrines of Bronze age myth and superstitions, a very dangerous mind if ever power were granted over the masses. Dictator and despot would be a likely result.

A weak mind is one who can't think outside of what they believe to be true. It's very difficult for them to listen to knowledge that they reject.

Yes, that is exactly how you behave here.
Marrying a 6 year old and waiting until she reaches puberty and maturity before having consensual sex is better than walking up to
a stranger in a bar and proceeding to have relations with no valid proof of the intent of the person. Muhammad wins. ~ Fatihah
If they don't want to be killed then they have to subdue to the Islamic laws. - Uncung
Without God, you are lower than sh!t. ~ SpiritandTruth
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11/11/2014 11:27:25 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/11/2014 9:52:37 AM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 11/11/2014 9:20:19 AM, bornofgod wrote:
At 11/11/2014 9:15:09 AM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 11/10/2014 8:25:23 AM, bornofgod wrote:

Satan is not a being. It is a symbolic term to describe the things that cause fear in a man as he observes and senses the illusions of this world.

But, there are various things that may cause fear in a man, lumping them all together under a "symbolic term" is rather useless as it serves no purpose.

Instead, we should probably study and research those things that cause fear in a man, thus we can learn about ourselves in order to alleviate as much as that fear as possible.

And, we have done so. We no longer run in fear of lightning and thunder, for example, because we now understand meteorology and don't believe that angry gods were the cause. We understand that people have mental disorders and are not ravaged by invisible demons.

So, if we separate and categorize all the various fears of men, we can alleviate them. See how that works?

All fear comes from the same source to confuse His people during this first age.

That is not true at all. Fear comes from many sources.

The lack of knowledge of who man is causes this fear in man. Man believes he and this world he lives in is real. If he gets the knowledge of his true existence in the "consciousness" of our invisible Creator, then his fears will recede. But until he receives this knowledge, he will remain cursed by what he observes, smells, tastes, touches and feels emotionally.

Again, not true. Men have found many types of fears and have alleviated them. What you're saying is men have no control over their fears when we know they do.

And, if the knowledge you refer has anything to do with how you behave, I want nothing to do with it.

Do you suppose it's your fears that make you behave differently than Me?