Gay Creationism (Adam & Steve) vs. Breeder Creationism (Adam & Eve); but, Adam, Eve, and the Snake is about a royal couple.

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    Mar 04, 2012 2:47 PM GMT
    DaVinci: Blueprint of the Male Form or Half of the Union of Man and Woman?

    I am unable to make a convincing case for the concept of humans coming from other parts of the solar system or other parts of the galaxy. As an author and editor, I am unable to "run" with that story. What is interesting is the possibility that there is more to the DaVinci diagram.

    THE ULTIMATE HUMAN BLUEPRINT CODE
    UNION OF WOMAN AND MAN.

    http://www.thehiddenrecords.com/davinci.htm

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    In the light of the design of DaVinci, in the light of perhaps a fuller original design, in light of the design of Nature-God, there is no equality between Adam & Eve and Adam & Steve.

    Because of the above but not only for this reason, spiritual gay marriage is not a matter of equality. When the HRC says civic gay marriage is a matter of equality, I understand the need being expressed. However, care should be taken when civil institutions differ from spiritual and archetypal realities.

    I invite you to share in this thread design/breeder notions of Gay Creationism/Intelligent Design.

    As a member of the HLGBT community (Heterosexual, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender community), I say, life does not end at conception. I say, the same God that gave boys brothers and girls sisters would also give us same gender bonds in adulthood.

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    Now moving from the Adam & Eve of human design to the biblical Adam & Eve story, Adam, Eve, and the snake is about the fall of a royal couple. Here's the video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8PMyWbcxls


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    Mar 04, 2012 3:26 PM GMT
    Added to above:

    "Because of the above but not only for this reason, spiritual gay marriage is not a matter of equality. When the HRC says civic gay marriage is a matter of equality, I understand the need being expressed. However, care should be taken when civil institutions differ from spiritual and archetypal realities."