When you think you have finally found the truth, perhaps you've just stopped looking? Maybe you have settled on something and decided that you have at long last found the real truth of something? Isn't that the way with (for example) with Christian Religion. The truth is right here in the book and it is the only "real" truth. Is it? A friend once asked me .. "Why do you pick on religion?" I don't (just) pick on religion, I pick on everything or anything. I have no Taboos or lines I won't cross. You might say - No holds barred. If I limited myself, how could I decide on anything? I weigh both sides, I dig into all things. I might not go along with a certain groups or group, but I will investigate and see what they are saying and where they are coming from, or so to speak. Better look out if you can think, because most cannot. Don't bother to try and defend a point with people who can't think, They'll say your wrong, but they won't be able to explain why your (supposedly) wrong. Why? because they don't really know, they just want to argue. Try and tell them something and they'll jump off on their old game of deny - I don't believe that, no way, no sir, that's bullshit and so on. Very few of them (that I've talked to) can think for themselves or have ever researched or investigated anything deeply. No wonder they can't think for themselves. Anyway ...
The Tarot, the Torah, and the Old Testament
This is a PDF.
"The Judeo-Christian Old Testament, the tome of the phallocratic Saturnian and Solar Cults, is accepted to be based on the Torah. What is not commonly known or readily admitted, however, is that the Torah is itself based on the Tarot.
A Christian website that is re-examining their beliefs through scientific process. Hmmm .. I expect the others will really support them in this .. HA!
This is the real truth? .. One should never say that anything is the real or the ultimate truth. You never know what is around the next turn and you never know what you might have missed or over looked. Then there is all the intentional deception. I take most things with a big grain of salt. I speak or mention a lot of things to show that there is almost always alternatives to something that is supposed to be so very truthful, or supposedly - factual information.