Metaluna wrote:.... why do they not just dispose of it, it's like they are taunting us!
That is a really good point.lunarwing wrote:Metaluna wrote:.... why do they not just dispose of it, it's like they are taunting us!
It's more like they just don't care what we think or how their actions effect us.
+1Mandalor wrote:Mutilating cattle isnt too bad if you can get a decent filet or to and some inch thick NY strips out of the deal. Seriously, if people really wanted to know, like most people here want to know. We'd know. But we have a very distracted world culture especially here in the States. Most people dont care about what happened 5 minutes ago let along 10, 100, or 1000 years ago. As long as they know what the Kardashians are putting out, texting back and forth about what everyone else is doing, and who's wearing what at the VMAs they are happy. I agree, things are in a sad state.
Fetapro wrote:One minister explained it by saying that the blood of the sacrifice pointed the way to the sacrifice of Christ who shed his blood for the sin of the world. The minister said that it was the process for the remission of sin on credit, until Christ came.
lunarwing wrote:This is something that has bugged me for as long as I have known about cattle mutilations....
In the Bible in ancient times man was instructed to sacrafice livestock to the gods. Other than the idea that this showed some kind of respect for the gods.... no one in my mind has ever satisfactorly explained this ritual. Why did the gods require livestock to be given to them? Is the ritual something more than a symbolic action that man was told to do?
Are these "gods" still requiring livestock? And since this seems to go beyond mere worship at this point in time.... why do these "gods" need this livestock?
It is vital to find the key when the paper is black and grey.Jeff Sheets wrote:If there is an ET race that eats meat or has a need for a certain hormone, that might be the simplest answer.
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