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By samosamo, July 3, 2010 at 4:22 pm Link to this comment
I believe you touch on a very valid point. I also believe it has
much to do with the truth about any and everything which goes
back to the most ancient of days when ‘religion’, of the
organized variety, figured out the use of esoteric and exoteric
means of manipulation of the masses. Even though the truth can
be down right horrible and frightening, knowing the truth does
give a credibility to dealing with what should be considered
knowing what is truth and what is disinformation and how to
react. Facing the truth is one way to finding how to deal with it
no matter how horrible and frightening it is.
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