IF YOU OBSERVE THE PHOTO THAT WAS POSTED, IT IS JUST A PHOTOGRAPH, AN ACCUSATION WITHOUT EVIDENCE, LOOK AT THE EMOTIONAL RESPONSE IT ELICITS FROM THESE SELF VICTIMIZED PEOPLE THAT DON’T KNOW HOW TO THINK RATIONALLY. I GO TO THIS ABDISPRUCE ALMIGHTY’S PAGE AND FIND HIM RECITING A PRAYER WHICH I SHALL HERE DECONSTRUCT FOR YOU.
“Evil 😈 shayateen but, believe me in shaa Allah, You will get yours Yahood, You will come to know Takbeer, Allah Akbar.”
shayateen = satan
yahood = jew
The Takbīr or Tekbir (تَكْبِير) is the Arabic term for the phrase Allāhu Akbar (الله أكبر). It is usually translated as “God is [the] greatest,” or “God is great”.
In sha’Allah is said when speaking about plans and events expected to occur in the future. The phrase also acknowledges submission to God, with the speaker putting him or herself into God’s hands. Muslims believe that everything is maktub [lit.: written] and so whatever it is one wishes to do, will only occur if it is within God’s plan. One’s use of insha’Allah indicates not one’s desire to succeed in an endeavor, but rather that the endeavor one embarks on will be within God’s will,
Now this is where it gets interesting if you click on this link here, (http://www.warpaintmag.com/2014/04/02/the-body-farm/) you can see one of the images that they used comes from a special effects magazine, a film are known as warpainting.
Originally posted on RARE QUOTES:
Plato and Proclus In the ancient Greek religion, daimon designates not a specific class of divine beings, but a peculiar mode of activity: it is an occult power that drives man forward or acts against him: since daimon is the veiled countenance of divine activity, every god can act as daimon; a special knowledge of daimones is claimed by Pythagoreans; for Plato, daimon, is a spiritual being who watches over each individual, and is tantamount to his higher self, or an angel; whereas Plato is called ‘divine’ by Neoplatonists, Aristotle is regarded as daimonios, meaning ‘an intermediary to god” – therefore Aristotle stands to Plato as an angel to a god; for Proclus, daimones are the intermediary beings located between the celestial objects and the terrestrial inhabitants.
Originally posted on Thought Technology:
“Every human has finite capacity,” Joxua Luxor. If you had infinite capacity you would be the universe. People seem to forget this in debate, they become arrogant. They forget this at other times as well. We know practically nothing about the universe, the vast majority of it is invisible to us. If you possessed all knowledge you would be the universe. You can only contemplate so much of the universe at any given time. You don’t have 360 vision. Just like a computer you can only perform a certain amount of functions.