Originally Posted by nozzferrahhtoo
If you say so. I can only say that "Woodwose and other cryptoids" sound pretty hippy dippy to me.
Yeah just like the theists who wander in here tell us their god "definitely" exists. Adding the word "definitely" merely eaves your beliefs as unsubstantiated as they were before.
As for Nugent, I agree with him on many things, and disagree with him on many others. I linked to his 3 minute talk because he put my answer to your nonsense about topics in this forum better than I could myself. But of course as per usual you play the player and not the ball and rather than respond to WHAT he said in the video, you just comment on him instead.
Your MO is showing.
The point of the video was a response to your claim that certain topics do not belong in this forum. Your pretence to be some kind of moderator of the forum aside, the video answers EXACTLY why those topics DO belong here. But you ignored all that and responded to none of it. As. Per. Usual.
A ball could go any direction, depending on the surface, wind direction and air pressure within the ball.
It doesn't have a metal ball in the middle which dictates it's direction upon rolling along the surface.
I know what he said in the video but I don't have to comment on what he said.
I don't have to answer your questions the way you think I should, you sound like you have control issues and unable to accept I've a mind of my own.
The existence of Woodwose and cryptology belongs to a different forum, not Atheism and Agnoticism.
They're not god's or spirit's, I have an interest in them, so what ?
I listened to that link again and it's just Michael on a podium explaining why there's Athiest convention's and he's trying to explain the madness of organised religion thinking that the creator told some guy not to collect stick's on a Sunday.
I agree with that, I've my own gripe with the Abrahamic religion, I've gladly broken away from the fold.
No problems there.
So it's a convention of Atheists who want to bring changes and they can meet up and discuss whatever they like.
That's ok isn't it, they're not harming anyone.
Not all Atheists want to be activists or go to convention's, some just do their own thing and get on with it.
They couldn't be arsed joining groups, but I can see the benefits of meeting people and sharing one's experience strength and hope.
By the way you're suggesting my Modus operandi is showing, what's my MO so ?
All I'm reading from your post's is that you haven't once asked me what type of pagan I am
I'm an old world pagan, I don't think there's any one God or god's that dictate my lifestyle, thought's and moral compass.
I'm interested in old crafts like, weaving, leather craft, hedge laying, willow sculpture, and bush craft.
The Abrahamic's called anyone who doesn't believe in their God a Pagan.
I have an interest in Chaos magic and how people can be manipulated by mass hysteria or how people think.
I'm not interested in witchcraft or wiccans etc or shamens.
I just go about my business, and I have a hope there is an afterlife, whether there is or there isn't that's my problem..
if there is I'll embrace it,if not my legacy will live in the heart's of my loved ones,and hopefully I'll leave something behind that will help my seed on this earth to prosper and live on and do good things.
If I die and that's it, I won't know about it.
So I'm completely powerless over that outcome.
I've an open mind about an afterlife, and accept it's possible.
You're still questioning it and looking for solid proof, so keep on searching for something you're sure doesn't exist.
Your call, maybe you might find it in those Bavarian Woods