On Saturday, March 30, 2013 12:45:14 PM UTC-5, Kevin wrote: > So the implications of magic are that I have no means to exert control. God is a thing that is always furthest away so what about The Holy Spirit? The Holy Spirit is an entity that controls by way of magic. The Holy Spirit is smaller than anything that is scientific. (A 'top down' organization is an organization that believes in magic... Is the Catholic Church evil because it is a top down organization? I would argue that such is not the case since The Catholic Church admits to a belief in magic.) The Holy Spirit, being present and smaller than anything that is scientific implies that I am impeded by magic that The Holy Spirit uses against me. I cannot control anything by ways or means of magic so who does this characterize? An autistic Engineering professor is The Holy Spirit. An autistic Engineering professor controls his students by way of magical means... It is ironic that The Holy Spirit can be trusted and employed in industry... I can only be employed in an industry that has structure... I'm typically content no matter what the outcome since a lack of structure is the obvious reason for 'rejecting the stone that becomes the cornerstone'. Well, an autistic understands the controlling nature of the people around him. I say that autistics and The Holy Spirit are too passe for me to care too much about it. If it doesn't work in my favor then it works against me and is therefore the enemy... is patently not logical... and the operative is 'patent'. If it is patent then it must be a good thing... Right? Ya can't get rid of the n-word because the n-word is the most 'patent' thing that there is. Magic doesn't pertain to logic. Logic and magic are the same in terms of the utility to control those who don't want your controls on them.
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