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Messenger of Elohim

For centuries, scholars have been debating the two main possibilities for the origin and meaning of life. Some aspire to a higher philosophical dimension, which they can’t find in the theory of evolution, while others dismiss as irrational any reference to an almighty god.

But what if another theory, one both rational and with philosophical depth, were to be available?

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Ordre Du Temple Solaire

On October 4, 1994 a fire destroyed a condominium in Morin Heights a popular ski resort near Montreal . Upon arrival fire investigators found two charred bodies in the wreckage. A quick check indicated that the building was owned by Jo Di Mambro, 69, officials anticipated that he would be one of the victims and surmised that his friend, Luc Jouret, 47, could be the other. Di Mambro, it turned out, was the founder of a religious organization known as the Order of the Solar Temple, and Jouret was its reputed prophet and proselytizer. An autopsy soon revealed that neither victim was a 69-year-old male however, and that in fact, one victim was an older female.

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Plato’s Retreat

In 1976 Larry Levenson was in his mid forties, a fat Jewish guy who was unemployed, going to school to become a manager at McDonald’s and scratching out a living selling ice cream and sodas at Coney Island.He was a square. A sex-once-a-month-with-his-wife square, though he was now twice divorced. That is until he met Ellie, a very married, adventurous housewife, who introduced him to the subterranean clubs of Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. Places where couples arranged intimate encounters at alternate locations. Levenson, the pushy, obnoxious guy who was always unsuccessfully trying to get laid found that at these parties now matter how old, fat or gross the host was…if it was his place he always got laid.

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