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Subject: Re: Invented discussion

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Date Posted: Sat, May 27 2006, 22:01:45 GMT
In reply to: James Daniel Stewart O'Neill, Esq, of that sort of Ilk 's message, "Re: Invented discussion" on Mon, May 22 2006, 23:29:49 GMT

I’ll concede that Aisling favours erratic notions. My understanding of the text however is that she has a genuine passion, albeit with misguided actions as it turns out (especially at Greystones) for justice.

I quote from Book 2 Page 82, 2nd verse “You, like many of us, were left with a feeling of disillusionment. I have vanquished such insecurities. I only ask that we make a modern reunion ………………… Do not let pity or hatred manifest in your reasons“

(You did ask for chapter and verse !)

My problem however is that Aisling doesn’t take Vera serious enough (Yes I know you will say that proves your point) Does this mean “visions” and the “truth” are not compatible.

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Date Posted: Wed, Jun 07 2006, 21:58:36 GMT

Dear JDS O'N esq

I've further investigated. I'm afraid i've become a little obsessed with trying to decode the messages given by Dr Richings

"For truth & victory we must pay" (Volume 2 after oriflamme) when talking to proff O'Farrell. Is Dr Richings calling for support for vera & buach? Richings is clever in his double talk.(bit orwellian dont you think)

Dr Richings talks about a vision of a world where your soul is free as a confusing and elusive concept.

Im off to investigate further.
Kind regards

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Date Posted: Mon, Nov 27 2006, 20:10:00 GMT

Has anyone else read these books and want to comment.

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