The International Banking System19 comments
picture3 Aug 2006 @ 20:16

The above topic is an expansion on Koravya's comment about the International Banking System (from the following post) open to all who are interested in following through on that issue.

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category picture9 Jul 2006 @ 07:51
Tangencies is a designated space for public expression for undeveloped recurring topics, which appear periodically on various threads (a sign of the importance of such topics) and which often suffer from being ignored or improperly and very superficially treated, either because such topics sometimes are only introduced in a hit and run manner (or very perfunctorily in the form of spam), or because their subject-content veers too abruptly away from the flow of the main thread, or because the degree of complexity of some of those topics is such that it rightly warrants a new thread of its own specifically dedicated to the subject-matter.

Tangencies is an evolution and an experiment in communication, which development came about
in an effort to take into account some of the input previously introduced on TrollXing.

 STUB 2 - 6 Jul 2006 @ 19:08 by b : Complications of Simplicity10 comments
picture9 Jul 2006 @ 05:22
The following was offered by b on the following post: link

We who read this are all human beings on Earth. The apparent reality is that we humans are a composite of body, mind, spirit. The spirit, soul, the being itself is that which leaves the body at point of body death. The mind being partly in body and partly in soul. We are all human beings of Earth and we are all individual. It seems best to start with a premise of fact. Agreement is important but truth is truth.

Is their a "mind" that is partly in body and partly in soul, like b postulates?

What is "soul"?

Is their a "spirit" that leaves the body at point of body death?

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"The answer is never the answer. What's really interesting is the mystery. If you seek the mystery instead of the answer, you'll always be seeking. I've never seen anybody really find the answer -- they think they have, so they stop thinking. But the job is to seek mystery, evoke mystery, plant a garden in which strange plants grow and mysteries bloom. The need for mystery is greater than the need for an answer."

—Ken Kesey

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 STUB 1 - 6 Jul 2006 @ 18:59 by [name removed] : XXX3 comments
picture9 Jul 2006 @ 05:01
The following was offered by [name removed] on the following post: [link removed]

This comment was removed from Tangencies at its author's request

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1. Making contact at a single point or along a line; touching but not intersecting;
2. A sudden digression or change of course.

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