Richard’s Correspondence On Mailing List ‘C’
with Respondent No. 5
RESPONDENT No. 3: Ha, ha, I’m blitzing you with answers, resistance is futile.
RESPONDENT No. 4: Are you a Dalek or a scientologist then?
RESPONDENT No. 3: Dalek? What is that? I am awake.
RESPONDENT No. 4: The Daleks were trashcan with squeaky voices that tried to take over the world and only Doctor Who can save us. You said that you were blitzing me. That’s what Richard was doing. Pasting old answers to new questions. Then he gets defensive about how people don’t listen to him.
RESPONDENT: That’s interesting. I’ve been corresponding with someone who writes on Richard’s site. Apparently, his eyes were opened by Richard. I found that this person has a similar writing style to Richard – if one could call it a style. It includes lots of cut and paste – and repetition. One long paragraph was sequentially repeated (an oversight). I wonder if Richard truly desires to communicate or just preach.
RICHARD: Given that to ‘preach’ means to sermonise about the particular god whom the sermoniser fervently believes in, and his/her god’s admonitions on living a religiously moral life in order to attain to that god’s heaven after physical death (or else burn and/or rot in that god’s hell forever), then it would appear that for all the ‘lots of cut and paste and repetition’ the salient point which is being ‘sequentially repeated’ is not being noticed by the reader, eh? Mayhap this is why it is being repeated? If the respondent asks the same question or repeats the same objection (only rearranged) then I give the same answer ... except that I am not silly enough to re-type it each time so as to look like I was saying something different. I mean what I say and I say what I mean:
The elimination of the root cause of anguish and anger, of misery and mayhem, of distress and destruction, means that peace-on-earth is here on earth ... not in some metaphysical realm after physical death.
RESPONDENT: Or perhaps he is contentious of his audience and believes that he can rewash their ‘brainwashed’ minds with lots of stodgy wordage.
RICHARD: It is not that I am ‘contentious of the audience’ for it is, rather, that the subject matter is adversarial of its very nature ... because this is an arraignment of the ‘Tried and True’ which, after 3,000 to 5,000 years to demonstrate its efficacy in bringing to an end the malice and sorrow and their antidotally generated pacifiers of love and compassion which epitomise the human condition, is the ‘tried and failed’. The God-Men and God-Women of all the ages are finally being called to account ... and the enlightened ‘state of being’ is looking distinctly shaky (and shoddy) upon close inspection.
It is indeed a contentious issue ... with salubrious ramifications for any body and every body.
RESPONDENT: I found one new wannabe guru, one Iain Scott, of Brighton, England, to be similar.
RICHARD: This comparison demonstrates the need for more ‘copy and paste’ ... not less. The word ‘guru’ is a Hindi word for one’s personal spiritual teacher, who will teach one about the particular god whom the guru fervently believes in, and his/her god’s admonitions on living a religiously moral life in order to attain to that god’s Mahasamadhi after physical death (or else be reincarnated into another body and/or serve time in one or more of that god’s hells before being re-born further back down the evolutionary scale).
In other words: the same-same reward-and-punishment style (threats and promises) as monotheism.
RESPONDENT: He was utterly convinced that he had the only path. He patronised his audience by telling them they had not been successful in his quest at great length – a fact they already knew. When it came to handing over the goodies he was unusually reticent.
RICHARD: If I may ask? What, exactly, are ‘the goodies’ that a ‘guru’ (either ‘wannabe’ or for real) purports to be capable of ‘handing over’? Does their package specifically contain the elimination of the gross (which results in peace-on-earth) or the sublimation and transcendence of the gross (the lotus has its roots in mud) ... which results in an after-death metaphysical ‘Peace That Passeth All Understanding’? I only ask because an accurate assessment of what is promised will save oodles of ‘copy and paste’ ... I would far rather write about the moment-to-moment steps taken to enable the already always existing peace-on-earth into becoming apparent any day.
It is possible ... and in this lifetime, as this flesh and blood body.
The Third Alternative
(Peace On Earth In This Life Time As This Flesh And Blood Body)
Here is an actual freedom from the Human Condition, surpassing Spiritual Enlightenment and any other Altered State Of Consciousness, and challenging all philosophy, psychiatry, metaphysics (including quantum physics with its mystic cosmogony), anthropology, sociology ... and any religion along with its paranormal theology. Discarding all of the beliefs that have held humankind in thralldom for aeons, the way has now been discovered that cuts through the ‘Tried and True’ and enables anyone to be, for the first time, a fully free and autonomous individual living in utter peace and tranquillity, beholden to no-one.
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