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Date Posted: 12:14
Author: Dwayanu-8Apr02
Subject: Re: The Christ Child
In reply to: ketch-8Apr02 's message, "Re: The Christ Child" on 12:12

As I have already pointed out, prior to his expereince at Emerson Dry Lake, he wondered if the "second coming of Christ" meant a hu-man birth, as you keep pointing out. During that experience and afterwards, you will probably find that all references to it involve the plural:e.g. the forces (plural) of Christ; We (plural) are all involved; The return of the Builders (plural); etc.
So, the problem with your perception seems to be that you are not noticing a difference between what he wondered about prior to Emerson Dry Lake versus what was revealed to him during and afterwards. Now, if this is still not clear enough for you, then the issue no doubt is one of those things that,for those who see it, no explanation is necessary, but for those who do not see it, no explanation will do.
And, if I understand what you wrote in your last post, then you are saying that you do not really care to know what the Christ Child really is, you just want to prove that Norman, at the time he wrote the book, believed it to mean a human birth. As I have stated previously, this was certainly not the case. Later editions of the book serve to explain concepts like this more fully, not to withdraw or correct anything that was stated in earlier editions.

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