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Discussion in 'General Scientology Discussion' started by Tanstaafl, Dec 2, 2007.

  1. Royal Prince Xenu

    Royal Prince Xenu Trust the Psi Corps.

    Actually there is a man in the u.s. who is BLUE--very dark blue. He got onto colloidal silver as a natural anti-biotic. He was making it himself, and obviously way over-consuming. He then started using it on his skin, and that's when the color change started. He has been checked out medically and everything is okay, but his skin is irreversibly stained. I wonder what colors his organs will be?
  2. Pixie

    Pixie Crusader

    Oh my god! I used to take that stuff a few years back! :omg: Luckily though I am still a natural creamy white.... :D

    Thanks RPX. :thumbsup:
  3. Royal Prince Xenu

    Royal Prince Xenu Trust the Psi Corps.

    I wouldn't be too worried Pixie. The guy admits that he was making it himself and has no idea of what concentrations he was taking. Like KY, a little bit goes a long way. ;)
  4. La La Lou Lou

    La La Lou Lou Crusader

    The only auditing I ever had on being gay was ruds, didnt know there was any. Dont think I would want to be 'normal' if there was such a process anyway.
    I'm quite comfortable being the person I am, wish I had been when I first held cans, and comfortable enough with sexuality not to have wasted hours giving off terrible witholds about pulling my own plonka!
  5. byte301

    byte301 Crusader

    It may just be me but I wasn't comfortable with myself totally till I got late 40's. I may have just been a late bloomer but a few of my friends have said the same thing. It may just be a human condition no matter what your sexual preference.
  6. Zinjifar

    Zinjifar Silver Meritorious Sponsor

    I've always been relatively comfortable in my position, at least considering the alternatives, but, I didn't start understanding it till my 40s.

    Actually; I always understood my position, but, I wasn't entirely clear on the *rest* of you and your position vis-a-vis me :)

    At 40 I decided it was a mystery I didn't care about and at 50, I understood and had a good chuckle.

  7. I told you I was trouble

    I told you I was trouble Suspended animation

    Hrrrrmmph ... thought you might grace us with your presence did you ... ?


    (I might have missed you a bit).
  8. Royal Prince Xenu

    Royal Prince Xenu Trust the Psi Corps.

    I'm still working on being "comfortable" with it. I know there was an earlier post suggesting that this "condition" was genetic, and I entirely disagree--but I do subscribe to the theory that it may be hormonal. When I was on the successful treatment for CFS I developed a very strong interest in my mother's next door neighbor. Mind you, her husband wasn't too bad either!

    I do think there's a "programming" element, that strong and open acceptance of homosexuality is a built-in safety valve that kicks in to curb over-population. Despite OT III being a POS, I do get the feeling that various sections of humanity are following (in very general terms) an agenda that may have been predetermined at the inception of the human race--this theory has nothing to do with the not-so-hidden agenda of the world banking system and variations thereof.
  9. Mark A. Baker

    Mark A. Baker Sponsor

    In view of the fact that genetic variation can easily effect "normal" hormonal function I fail to see what it is exactly with which you disagree.

    Mark A. Baker
  10. La La Lou Lou

    La La Lou Lou Crusader

    'I told you', are you asking me if I pulled my plonka?
    Ive pulled so many I cant remember whose!
    Do you want time form and event, I'll bring it all out in paperback.
    Confessions of an ex-£ientologist plonka puller, by La La Lou Lou
  11. Royal Prince Xenu

    Royal Prince Xenu Trust the Psi Corps.

    When they isolate the gene that says "You're a high risk candidate for having your house burgled," I'll think about genetics ruling behavior.

    As far as hormones are concerned, look at how toxic our environment is. There are MALE fish that are CHANGING INTO FEMALES because of the excessive quantities of oesterogen being pumped into the environment thanks to the "Pill" and HRT. Why should 100% of humans be immune to this problem, amongst many others of our own making?

    That's the hand I was dealt, I either accept it and get on with life, or keep fighting it and never have the opportunity of self-expression again.
  12. Mark A. Baker

    Mark A. Baker Sponsor

    It's an error to consider that either genetics or environment "rule" behavior. They influence it. Both are capable of predisposing certain phenomena which in turn can alter the likelihood of physical responses. A person's actions reflect his "determined" response to received stimulation. That can be as a result of many factors including genetic, environmental, and "free will".

    Mark A. Baker
  13. I told you I was trouble

    I told you I was trouble Suspended animation

    Well, thanks very much for offering that important data but I will decline the offer .... fascinating as it would no doubt be.

    I just wanted to say 'glad to see you back and thanks for gracing us with your presence' (wot I had missed a little bit!) ... no plonka pulling details requested whatsoever.


    :roflmao: (That's me laughing at my own hysterically funny joke again ... I'm like that)
  14. Carmel

    Carmel Crusader

    That was me laughing at it too ITYIWT! In this case I doubt that ya could get in trouble for calling him a wanker, 'cause he's already admitted to being a hard core one, several times now.

    I wouldn't negate the benefit of the book he'd write though - us ole girls could learn a thing or two maybe. :coolwink:
  15. I told you I was trouble

    I told you I was trouble Suspended animation

    he he he!!

    ... that's what I figured (re calling him a wanker ... whats he gonna say?) ... re the potential book ... speak for yourself!

  16. Carmel

    Carmel Crusader

    Yes! :giggle: And, ah well, I must concede - I s'pose ya do have a few years more experience than me. :p
  17. I told you I was trouble

    I told you I was trouble Suspended animation

    :omg: :omg: :omg:

    The bloody cheek of you ....

    :happydance: (probably true though!)
  18. Royal Prince Xenu

    Royal Prince Xenu Trust the Psi Corps.

    I'm just saying, that it is my opinion that genetics is not a governing factor. Genetics did not give me Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, contracting intra-uterine Cytomegalic Virus did--along with messing up all my hormonal system (by observation in hindsight).

    It has taken me a long time to shed mental indoctrination and admit to myself that I prefer sausage over chopped liver.
  19. michaelangelo

    michaelangelo Gold Meritorious Patron

  20. Mark A. Baker

    Mark A. Baker Sponsor


    Quite possibly true, nonetheless it may well have made your body more prone to environmental factors which in turn resulted in those physical conditions. Biology is complex stuff.

    Mark A. Baker