What is the significance of night in the human consciousness? What makes night oftentimes
a symbology of evil, even the demonic in mythological & religious lore, not to mention superstition?
For me night time is extremely crucial, there is complete silence and I love that. The silence relaxes my mind and am able to think better. I can do my work more efficiently at night because there is no noise and I can give 100% concentration to my writing and web development work.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What is the significance of 3 a.m. in folklore, legend & the human consciousness?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What is the symbolism of Satan in human consciousness? Is he the symbol of rebellion againsta repressive authority? Is he is the symbol of utter evil & debasement? Is he the perennial scapegoat for our ills, negativity & irresponsibility? What does Satan...
by Emile R 7 years ago
The longer I wander through this forum, the more I think that religion is standing in the way of progress spiritually on a global scale. It's my opinion that the major religions have built a wall of doctrine that makes it difficult for the dogmatic adherents to find the exact thing they claim they...
by Prodio 4 years ago
It's very logical to assume that the first humans weren't programmed (by whatever that might have created them) with any of the established religions of the world. They must have been as innocent as children- and just like the children of the present day - they had a universal mind devoid of...
by Jesse James 7 years ago
I understand we have free will. That's great. But is believing in an Almighty creator any harder than believing animals morphed into humans? I myself have never seen any animal morph over time. Nobody has. If they say they have then they are lying. And for all you science nuts, remember every...
by RFox 10 years ago
Where do we come from according to your personal philosophies?
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