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Re: sacred geometry
I agree. We are lucky in America. We have the right to express our opinions.
And a lot of thought and study must have gone into the information about The
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From: "Ward Ginn" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 8:33 PM
Subject: Re: sacred geometry
> Ken in Canada said the following regarding sacred geometry.
> "This is worse nonsense than Dungeons and Dragons or modern Science
> > Worse because some people seem to be serious about it.
> > Sad because of the time and energy wasted on absolute crap"
> Ken is entitled to his opinion and I respect him for offering it.
> However, but I disagree with his assessment of sacred geometry as "worse
> nonsense" and "absolute crap." It was intolerance of others beliefs that
> resulted in the first holocaust, the Albigensian Crusade. While we may
> disagree with the belief systems of others, we should be tolerant,
> particular if the thoughts of others have to do with decency and goodness
> and inflict no harm in their practice. What makes these discussion groups
> interesting is the diversity of thinking that is expressed. There are
> paths that can be taken in the quest for truth. It is enjoyable to learn
> and share with others our ideas about those paths.
> Ward Ginn
> Great Falls, Virginia
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