View Full Version : Spiritual philosopher? Or wannabe deity?

Kaptin M
21st Aug 2005, 12:52
Googling earlier on, I came across this website by an Australian author Damien Thorne (http://www.centralseven.com.au/), which included the following (strange) sentence "I am the ancestral father of all creation."

Hmmm, well have I got some questions for you, ancestral father!!

(Actually the prose/poem, I found not too bad - but the other stuff is a bit off the wall, imo).

21st Aug 2005, 13:02
Getting into a little global consciousness theory, Kaptin? Radical, man. :ok:

Kaptin M
21st Aug 2005, 14:03
As a matter of fact, Bluey, it evolved from discussion on another totally unrelated thread on the D & G forum.
No, I'm not into it, just interested in what sort of person writes this kind of stuff :zzz:
"You are free to journey the universe of universes as particles from my infinite womb with destinies that you alone will write." :confused:

21st Aug 2005, 14:15
Kaptin, forget that earthly shit. If you want weird, read Carlos Castaneda! I did at 23 and I've never been the same since. :uhoh:

21st Aug 2005, 16:34
Why is it all these lunatics who proclaim salvation or who profess to having worked it all out and here's the answer, also expect you to pay to be enlightened?

A rich savior is a happy one?

Lon More
21st Aug 2005, 16:37
Another :mad: Australian who thinks he lives at the centre of the universe:E :E

Solid Rust Twotter
21st Aug 2005, 19:24

There are no Australians living in my navel.

(Unless they look like navel lint....)

Chief Chook
21st Aug 2005, 20:46
Do a search on devil worship/satanism.
Damien Thorne was the name of the Devil, in the book "Omen".
This guy obviously thinks HE is Beelzebub.http://pprune.org/forums/images/icons/46.gif

Kaptin M
23rd Aug 2005, 08:14
A little extreme isn`t it Chookie??
I`ve just had another read of his website -click here to read it yourself (http://www.centralseven.com.au/) - and can`t see anything that might lead you to think THAT.
Perhaps Damien Thorne is his real name, but I remember reading a couple of the "Omen" novels, and that was also the name of Satan (or his male progeny).

By the way, Jerricho, how long in the "good ole" did it take you, before you started dropping the "u" in words (as in savioUr)?
Perhaps that`s why "youse" is popular Dunnunda, but not in the States!!

23rd Aug 2005, 15:21
Kapt, my spelling has always been crap!!!!! Nuthing to do with the country I'm living in ;)

23rd Aug 2005, 20:19
I clicked on that link. Thass some heavy stuff, dude! And right at the end there it tells me to 'take a break in New Zealand.' Is that code for something or other? That's the place with the kangaroos, right?

Kaptin M
24th Aug 2005, 23:26
Here's another one!!
Ever thought of talking to cows, well look no further >Your animals are talking to you about their fitness, health and well-being every day through their hair coat, body condition and MANURE. (http://www.bovineengineering.com/sgf_article.html)
Sounds like bullship, to me!
:suspect:We are in the grass business....Cattle are just a way of marketing our grass (http://www.bovineengineering.com/sgf_article.html) :suspect:
This guy sounds like his business is REALLY smokin'!!