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About SisterSalome

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    Superstring Theory, Quantum Physics, Classical Physics, Mathematics, Phenomenology, Neuroscience, Psychology, Ontology, Sociology, Anthropology, Archaeology, Computer Programming, Biology, Microbiology, Astronomy, Drawing, Drafting, Music Theory, Culture Studies, World History, Mystery Schools of Metaphysics, Comparative Religion, Symbolism, Backyard Science, Healing Modalities, Coffee and more.
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  1. Hello ~ I retired from my bodywork business for 12 years. Wonderful work! Nice to meet you here. I joined the ULC in 2004 while I was a therapist. I added another dimension to the work.

    1. Satyam


      Nice to meet you Sister.  Hope You are still here!

      Hope to hear from You!


  2. Maybe it's being a girl or being sensitive or whatever, but I'm still doing the ministerial thing, but no more forums and making friends. For what. Not friendly.
  3. Decided to stop posting here. Really feel put off by being accused of analyzing everyone and everything when I was just trying to make interesting threads for people to engage with so the forum was active.
  4. Thought I'd visit you back and say hello. Thanks for the welcome. :)

  5. Aside from conducting wedding ceremonies, are there other services you conduct as a Minister? What's the various things that are possible with Ministry? I read somewhere that in some states Ministers still need a letter of Recommendation, so I know some of you provide that recommendation to other Ministers. But what else? What's the scope of potential activities a Minister can be involved in: both ceremonial and administrative?
  6. I sense discomfort in your opening statement and this final one. I'm not trying to put anyone in a box. I invited others to put themselves in a box if they so desire for simply the sake of us finding common grounds with each-other (if any) and for fun. I got that sentiment sadly, from Jonathan that is inferring I am attempting to label others when clearly I've only been attempting to label myself (and invited other to label me and invited others to label themselves if they so desire). Anyone who does not wish to participate in a thread I make, feel free to ignore it.
  7. What do you mean by I made it clear that my goal was not to be useful? I was saying what's useful to me may not be useful to you AND I do think it's useful. I'm also not sure what you mean by 'urge' to chart, graph and define 'everything'? I was not aware my urges were being analyzed. I'm sure I've not tried to chart, graph and define everything; neither in general and certainly not here.
  8. We are irreconcilable, dear Jonathan (not really)
  9. I deeply respect Stephen Hawking but I'm vigilant. I definitely hear him out though. He is brilliant. However, he has been proven wrong about many things he's said about the universe. He has been wrong about black holes, and predicted we'd never encounter anything Higgs-like, even the big bang (and all related theory) might be valid math but could still prove unsound crap. He's almost as famous for losing bets as he is for making them. He also warns us to be afraid of aliens, and while declaring there is no god; neither presenting his evidence for the existence of aliens (which I don't disagr
  10. Is the graphic you customized your embosser with on the Wedding Words and More Disc?
  11. With all respect, useful is a term subjective to our own reasoning however. You could have 5 uses for a hammer, I could have 3 or 207, another person could see no use at all for a hammer. I'm not saying that "from one's relationship or definition of god, we can gain insight to their relationship or definition of government." (or vice versa) ^^^^ That's not what I am saying. Can a school determine how a child behaves toward their parents based on a test taken on a teacher-student relationship, no. I think perhaps you misunderstood or perhaps my vagueness allowed space to infer I
  12. Understandably, the subject-object relationship shifts depending on the subject and object. I don't mind a bossy kickboxing coach but I don't care for bossy employers. Looking again, my first comparison was hinging on the certainty principal, but if we spin the religious chart 90 degrees to the right to hinge it on the belief principal, perhaps the similar concepts between charts will be more apparent.