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Posted: 08-Oct-2004, 03:10 PM
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I had only this to add and now I will have no more to offer, simply because I do not think I have anything more worth saying.



I disagree Cori, from the wisdom of your words I would say you have a lot of worthwhile things to say.
Thank you for your input.



Thanks, Tassie. This thread has encouraged me to do some research and I found that many of our "modern" medicines were actually discovered long before some people realize.

For instance, the "Black Death" that swept Rome in the 3rd century, Europe in the 14th century and India in the early 1900's, could have been prevented. It's cause was known three thousand years before Christ. Smallpox, which killed millions of Americans, could also have been prevented. A vaccine similar to the one developed by Edward Jenner in 1796 was used by the Chinese long before his rediscovery of it.
An effective treatment for asthma and allergies was commonly used two thousand years before Christ. Quinine was prescribed for malaria. Anesthesia was used during surgery; cataracts were successfully removed; antiseptic soap was manufactured and distributed; and the mosquito was identified as the carrier of yellow fever.
When the Greeks separated themselves from established medical treatment, they wiped out an immense knowledge of more than 1,200 healing herbs and invalidated advanced techniques of preventative medicine, hygiene, and nutrition. The pursuit of "scientific knowledge" turned int o a fued between doctors which delayed the rediscovery of lost medical principles for hundreds of years.

Anyway, this is just some of the stuff I found out. I'm not saying that everything "new" should be accepted. I'm not saying everything ought to be thrown out. I say people need to look into these things. Check it out. See what they're about and see if it is as straight as the plumbline of Scripture.




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Posted: 11-Oct-2004, 08:54 AM
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Good term to use, that's just what it is, and where would we be without such a guide?

left to our own judgements, heaven forbid!!


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Why not! There are never any "boundries" in beliefs!


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Why not! There are never any "boundries" in beliefs!

Not in beliefs perhaps, but in truth.

Columbus believed that the earth was round. Everyone else at the time believed it was flat. No matter what you believe, it doesn't change what is true. So there may not be any boundaries in beliefs at all. But there are definitely boundaries in truth.

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Actually the Flat Earth/Columbus myth is a falsehood thanks in part to school "education".
People of that century were not as ignorant as we think. Most people of the time of Columbus and before did believe the Earth was round. This is evident in the Catholic Church's declaration of a round earth before Columbus time. In addition, sailors knew the earth was round because ships went below the horizon hull first, the sails. Also, the earth casted a round shadow on the moon.

I looked at the website on the Quantum Touch. Some of the pictures are icky! tongue.gif


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