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    What would the earth be like if the Lord did not create such sights to proclaim His glory, and for us to discover? There seems no end to these places in the natural. What does this say about the spiritual?

    Quote: "These otherworldly images give a rare glimpse inside caves barely ever seen by the human eye. With its peculiar pools of water and strange colored sediments, the bizarre looking tunnels of the Shakuranskaya cave could be a set straight out of a science fiction film."

    http://news.yahoo.com/photos/otherwo...ave-slideshow/

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    Originally posted by Baruch View Post
    What would the earth be like if the Lord did not create such sights to proclaim His glory, and for us to discover? There seems no end to these places in the natural. What does this say about the spiritual?

    Quote: "These otherworldly images give a rare glimpse inside caves barely ever seen by the human eye. With its peculiar pools of water and strange colored sediments, the bizarre looking tunnels of the Shakuranskaya cave could be a set straight out of a science fiction film."

    http://news.yahoo.com/photos/otherwo...ave-slideshow/
    Thanks Barry, The photos remind me of Mammoth cave in Kentucky. It has 400 miles of very large tunnels. They used to have a boat tour in the one river that flowed through one of the tunnels. I wish I could remember the width and height of some of the tunnels. But they were simply huge. I would say over 100 feet wide.

    The cave system was formed by a sea that used to be over Kentucky and it's sea creatures laid down 600 feet thick of limestone from their shells. This was later covered by sandstone and shale. Then water eroded the limestone.

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    • #3
      Cave

      I visited Mammoth Cave when I was young.
      Mammoth cave is a World Heritage site. This means the "Elite" plan on hanging out there (after they whittle the human population down to half a billion) for some odd reason. When I lived in Kentucky some of the restaurants and other touristy places would have a brochure rack with neat places to visit all over Kentucky. There were no brochures advertising Mammoth Cave.


      This is another neat cave:
      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/0...n_5900454.html

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      • #4
        Originally posted by baobab View Post
        I visited Mammoth Cave when I was young.
        Mammoth cave is a World Heritage site. This means the "Elite" plan on hanging out there (after they whittle the human population down to half a billion) for some odd reason. When I lived in Kentucky some of the restaurants and other touristy places would have a brochure rack with neat places to visit all over Kentucky. There were no brochures advertising Mammoth Cave.


        This is another neat cave:
        http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/0...n_5900454.html
        Wow, they put a jet inside the picture to show you the scale. It is huge, and beautiful.

        The elite fancy the caves and high places because they are considered places of power. From what we know of demons, and the human sacrifices the ancient pagans made to them on a sickening massive scale, and how territorial demons are, these places of power are probably quite legit.

        Henry Gruver gives a harrowing testimony of the time he presumed to go alone to cleanse an American Indian burial mound and the Lord had to rescue him from crippling oppression in the snow and death by exposure.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Baruch View Post
          Wow, they put a jet inside the picture to show you the scale. It is huge, and beautiful.

          The elite fancy the caves and high places because they are considered places of power. From what we know of demons, and the human sacrifices the ancient pagans made to them on a sickening massive scale, and how territorial demons are, these places of power are probably quite legit.

          Henry Gruver gives a harrowing testimony of the time he presumed to go alone to cleanse an American Indian burial mound and the Lord had to rescue him from crippling oppression in the snow and death by exposure.
          WOW, thanks for the comment. I did not click on the link and would have missed it. That is one large room under the earth.

          Do you have a link where we can read about Gruver.

          Lou

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post
            WOW, thanks for the comment. I did not click on the link and would have missed it. That is one large room under the earth.

            Do you have a link where we can read about Gruver.

            Lou
            It was an Internet radio broadcast. Here is the recording in a couple formats. (I gather he has spoken and maybe written about these before, but I haven't found them in print.)

            Youtube MP4 web player: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-KLkOpz7X4
            Audio MP3 web player and file download: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cfp-rad...hagmann-report

            The serpent mound encounter starts about 2:08:00 and goes until 2:22:00.

            Straying from the serpent mounds / places of power but worthy of mention... Henry then relates a hair-raising experience from 2:22:00 to about 2:40:00. If these interest you, Henry gives a few more testimonies and visions in that broadcast.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Baruch View Post
              It was an Internet radio broadcast. Here is the recording in a couple formats. (I gather he has spoken and maybe written about these before, but I haven't found them in print.)

              Youtube MP4 web player: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-KLkOpz7X4
              Audio MP3 web player and file download: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cfp-rad...hagmann-report

              The serpent mound encounter starts about 2:08:00 and goes until 2:22:00.

              Straying from the serpent mounds / places of power but worthy of mention... Henry then relates a hair-raising experience from 2:22:00 to about 2:40:00. If these interest you, Henry gives a few more testimonies and visions in that broadcast.
              Thanks Barry........will listen to....................Lou

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              • #8
                Virtuous and Lovely Things

                I mentioned the humongous cave in China and then I slipped into the Mammoth Cave world heritage site thing.
                I think I should have just posted about God's wonderful creation and left out the yucky man intervention stuff.

                I'm looking forward to finding more "Virtuous and Lovely Things" posted.

                I will keep it wonderful and if I need to post something yucky, I will post it in another thread.

                Here is something nice:

                http://www.amazingmania.com/amazing-...ace-telescope/

                I don't know how to actually post pictures on the threads.
                I could use a tutorial.

                Thank you and blessings

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by baobab View Post
                  I mentioned the humongous cave in China and then I slipped into the Mammoth Cave world heritage site thing.
                  I think I should have just posted about God's wonderful creation and left out the yucky man intervention stuff.

                  I'm looking forward to finding more "Virtuous and Lovely Things" posted.

                  I will keep it wonderful and if I need to post something yucky, I will post it in another thread.

                  Here is something nice:

                  http://www.amazingmania.com/amazing-...ace-telescope/

                  I don't know how to actually post pictures on the threads.
                  I could use a tutorial.

                  Thank you and blessings
                  Wow awesome. This takes me back to when I was 10, sitting for hours on a sunny Saturday afternoon looking through my library of space and nature books. In my mind God gets more magnificent all the time. Thank you for posting this, baobab.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by baobab View Post

                    Here is something nice:

                    http://www.amazingmania.com/amazing-...ace-telescope/

                    I don't know how to actually post pictures on the threads.
                    I could use a tutorial.

                    Thank you and blessings
                    Wow. Just wow. 800 billion stars in one galaxy, 50,000 light years across! And that's just a photo of ONE galaxy!

                    As for the tutorial, Baruch, Travis, and Jules are good with computers. Jules once deleted her own membership from a highly secure forum in the middle of the night without moderator assistance. Posting pics is one of her specialties, as I recall.

                    Blane

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Blane View Post
                      Wow. Just wow. 800 billion stars in one galaxy, 50,000 light years across! And that's just a photo of ONE galaxy!

                      As for the tutorial, Baruch, Travis, and Jules are good with computers. Jules once deleted her own membership from a highly secure forum in the middle of the night without moderator assistance. Posting pics is one of her specialties, as I recall.

                      Blane
                      Our own galaxy is over 100,000 light years across.

                      I think one of the important things God has revealed here is this:

                      The photos show stars being born and stars dying. These photos are records of time that has passed. For it took the light millions and billions of years to get here.

                      So God has left us a record of the fact that stars are continually being born and continually dying all down through time since the creation.

                      Also if the light took billions of years to get here, then it is very strong evidence that the beginning of creation was also billions of years ago. We can see galaxies that are over 13 billion light years from the earth.

                      God created the whole universe and the whole universe has been created according to His laws. His laws do not change over space or over time. God's natural laws are eternal. For the natural is a sign of the spiritual. And God's spiritual laws certainly are eternal.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post
                        Our own galaxy is over 100,000 light years across.

                        I think one of the important things God has revealed here is this:

                        The photos show stars being born and stars dying. These photos are records of time that has passed. For it took the light millions and billions of years to get here.

                        So God has left us a record of the fact that stars are continually being born and continually dying all down through time since the creation.

                        Also if the light took billions of years to get here, then it is very strong evidence that the beginning of creation was also billions of years ago. We can see galaxies that are over 13 billion light years from the earth.

                        God created the whole universe and the whole universe has been created according to His laws. His laws do not change over space or over time. God's natural laws are eternal. For the natural is a sign of the spiritual. And God's spiritual laws certainly are eternal.
                        ...and who can say that there's not more of God's glorious universe beyond the 13 billion light year point that the frail eyes of mankind can see? Maybe we can only see 1% of what's out there. That wouldn't surprise me. I used to be one of those prissy church lady types who got angry if anyone even suggested that the earth might be more than 6000 years old. I couldn't make such a claim fit into my understanding of Genesis 1. Now I have no problem admitting that my understanding needed to be enlarged to better fit the magnitude of God's glorious creation.

                        Blane

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Blane View Post
                          Wow. Just wow. 800 billion stars in one galaxy, 50,000 light years across! And that's just a photo of ONE galaxy!

                          As for the tutorial, Baruch, Travis, and Jules are good with computers. Jules once deleted her own membership from a highly secure forum in the middle of the night without moderator assistance. Posting pics is one of her specialties, as I recall.

                          Blane
                          You just made me LOL ....
                          You know not what you do because you know not who He is.
                          - Paul Washer
                          Satan is the angel of knowledge and he does not waste his time on anything for no reason.
                          - Lou Newton

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                          • #14
                            I think I've posted this here before but here it is again anyway because it makes my brain hurt to ponder it:




                            One more...

                            Last edited by Jules; November 26, 2014, 04:18 PM.
                            You know not what you do because you know not who He is.
                            - Paul Washer
                            Satan is the angel of knowledge and he does not waste his time on anything for no reason.
                            - Lou Newton

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Jules View Post
                              I think I've posted this here before but here it is again anyway because it makes my brain hurt to ponder it:



                              That was too cool! Thanks Jules!

                              For some reason it's easier for me to fathom the vastness of space than the microscopic world. But God created both, each virtually infinite, yet in opposite directions. And if the physical universe wasn't enough to completely stretch our imaginations, God also created the spirit realm; another dimension entirely!

                              Blane

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