1. Totally privacy noob here. My university has certifications like these needed to access the campus internet, or you have to sign in with your personal details every single time. I never thought anything of it. Is that something to be wary of? I live on campus and thus don’t have any source of internet and any advice would be wonderful. From what I’ve seen it’s used to manage internet based keys for software or access to internal servers.

  2. I also need a certificate to use the wifi at my university so I’m wondering the same thing.

  3. Is there a “rule” against ending things early I should be aware of? Cause if I get dementia I’m done

  4. I’m done too if I get Dementia. I don’t think many people know how much suffering it causes.

  5. Ah, so I was right. This belief in eternal life is nothing but an attempt to take pessimism further than everyone else. The rest of us, who don't believe in your hypothesis, are delusional crypto-optimists who are too afraid to accept the truth.

  6. You do realise that not everyone who believes in the eternality of consciousness is an optimist?

  7. You do realise that one of the five essential pillars of the religion is Islam is the Sunnah which is the traditions of Muhammad in the Hadith?

  8. The belief that God doesn’t have omnipotence is called theistic finitism or finite Godism and many religious groups have believed in it throughout history. In dualistic religions like Zoroastrianism and Manichaeism, God is limited in his ability to do good by an eternal evil counterpart. Also, in Neoplatonism and Middle Platonism (philosophical movements), God is sometimes conceived in a very abstract way where he can’t can’t interact with the Universe wilfully.

  9. No problem. Feel free to message me if you have any questions about anything.

  10. Think about all of the suffering in nature. We’re already in hell but some have it better than others.

  11. Yeah and the entire 78 million are like, Somalians or some shit.

  12. Aisha (one of Muhammad’s many wives) was actually six when he married her. She was nine when he consummated the marriage.

  13. I feel like I’m one of the few reincarnation believers who believes that our memories are entirely wiped with each reincarnation.

  14. I don't want to make a whole post so imma leave this here as it seems like a good add on to your post. I had this thought over the last day. Does anyone else think perhaps this new age love and light bs could be a psyop to condition us to accept going into the light?

  15. And this is what menorahman refuses to accept despite leading this entire community

  16. I think it’s pretty ignorant to believe that Chalcedonian Christianity is the truth. The world is so abundantly full of immense suffering, all throughout nature so how can it be the creation of an omnipotent and omnibenevolent God? Also, the idea of the first cause being the Abrahamic God is falsifiable by Ockham’s razor. Some of the greatest Neoplatonists knew that the first cause had to be an utterly simple and insentient entity. They also knew that the first cause couldn’t possess a mind because minds are dualistic in nature.

  17. A world run by a benevolent God wouldn’t have such things as child abuse/rape, that alone let’s me know the “god” of this world is a deranged fuck up!

  18. Is the architect the demiurge or sophia? This is getting confusing anyways

  19. In Gnostic systems, Sophia is a fallen Aeon and she is neither the architect or the demiurge. Yaldabaoth is the architect and the demiurge and he is the son of Sophia.

  20. The Gnostics believed that Yahweh (The God of Israel) is a lesser deity and not the true God.

  21. You might’ve seen the cycle of reincarnation that we’re all stuck in. You should look into Gnosticism if you want to escape.

  22. Some Gnostic groups categorised people into three groups with one of the groups being the material people. They didn’t believe that the material people were without consciousness, they just believed that they were attached to worldly things and unenlightened.

  23. Platonism influenced Christianity greatly. The doctrine of the Trinity is based on the triadic God of Neoplatonism and there were many Christian philosophers and theologians that were Platonists so if you’re a Christian it would be stupid to hate on Plato. Also, Platonism greatly influenced Gnosticism which is full of wisdom and is centered around the idea that our reality was created by an evil deity not an omnipotent and wholly good God.

  24. I think the Gnostic cosmology of Marsanes might be what you are looking for. In this text, unlike in other Sethian cosmologies, there is "The Unknown Silent One" who is above the Great Invisible Spirit (who is otherwise the monad in other Sethian texts). This modification of Sethian theology is parallel to a similar phenomenon that occurs in Iamblichus (cf. Damascius On First Principles 1.21,11-14; 25,21-22) and his disciple Theodore of Asine (Proclus Commentary on Plato's Timaeus 2,274,10-20), who placed an ineffable One absolutely unrelated to anything else at the summit of all reality - including Plotinus's supreme One, which was at least 'present to' subsequent reality.

  25. Hey, there's no attitude on my part, just not sure when else i could have said to that lol

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