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Dewey BS: Is Positive Thinking Satanic? (68* d) BS: Is Positive Thinking Satanic? 11 Feb 05


Hi Guys! Its Dewey Again. I've been researching the Collective Conscious Universal Mind on the Internet. No matter what I choose to put into the search engines I always get back the same infomation on this subject, namely, the New World Order, Sorcery, Divination, Paganism, Human Sacrifices, Witchcraft, Various Secret societies, Alchemy, Shamanism etc.

PLus, every sight I go to relating to this topic either uses a Satanic or NWO symbol to express itself.

I don't desire to be re-incarnated into a great ball of nothingness, if you get my drift , merely because my mind is in tune with an intelligence that appears to give me everything I could ever want.

Does one's positive thinking and higher instincts alway have lead back to the seeds of Lucifer and World Domination of the Occult.



Does Positive thinking always have to end up drawing on deceptive world peace, supposedly the tools of Satan.

While I do not want my Relgious ignorance to get in the way of understanding this higher form of intelligence, it direction always seems to lead into dark powers, elitism etc. and ALWAYS SATANIC SYMBOLS, whether the Freemasons, Blavatsky etc.

Help!

I've never been at bigger crossroad in my life, having now posessed the powers of my mind and the universe, but not knowing whether doing so is going to be in my long-term best interest.

Dewey (the cautious one)


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