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Author Topic: Ancient gods in a modern world?  (Read 26130 times)
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« Reply #25: February 14, 2009, 09:53:09 am »

I think that with all things in the universe, they are not static.  They grow and change over time like the rest of us.  However, being eternal, they may change over longer periods of time.

  I just finished reading a deceptively simple (not the word i really want, but cannot think of another one) book called "The Kin of Ata Are Waiting for You" by Dorothy Bryant.

     There is a  part of the story, where the main character is trying to write down the stories of the Ata.  He finds out that Each person there tells the stories a bit differently, and All are treated as True. He also finds out why the Ata, themselves, do not attempt to write down their own stories.  (there is so much more, but that is part of the nutshell) 

    I also believe that Deity is not static. They could change...our perception can change.   Mea.

Mother never really came home from Woodstock

 * Some things must be believed, to be seen *

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