Could Dragons Have Been Dinosaurs?

Posted by Roses on July 1, 2014

We have heard about Dragons for thousands of years and they are so mystical. This is to keep the magic alive and we all know that children loves the thought of magical dragons,  This picture and others alike is what comes to our minds when we hear the word dragon. That is only because it has been burnt into our minds and of course we know that they don’t really exists or do they?

The Black Dragon

The Black Dragon

Dragon

We all know about dragons and have grown up with them in story books and movies but were they real and if so could they have been Dinosaurs?

This is another myth that I believe has much truth behind it and now there seems to be proof that these dragons that we know of today were Dinosaurs but they did not breath fire of the such, that was just added in to make them seem more magical just like the unicorns being all powerful and magical.

All of the lands on the Earth has legends of dragons. …

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Pros And Freedoms To Home Schooling Your Children

Posted by Roses on February 3, 2014

homeschool2First of all, No one wants to have a certain time to go to bed, especially kids and no one enjoys getting up early in the morning, having any wheres from 15 to 30 minutes to get completely woken up dressed then gather all of their things up and head out in the cold or rain waiting for a bus or being driven to school to start the days all over again.

Next, all kids would love to be able to be in their PJ’s and do school work in the comfort of their own home.  Also this is a proven fact your child(ren) are 100% more rested then when they are in public school. When in public school they have to go to bed at a certain time and get up at a certain five days a week. Making them more tiered then ever.

Now Days it is 100 times easier to get access to learning materials for all ages. It is so easy to search for educational things online and a lot of …

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Why Do We Think This Way About Death

Posted by Roses on January 29, 2014

So many things have made me think of this, one song that really made me think of this is no other than a song by Larry Cordle titled Gone On Before, this song is about him having a dream about his mother and she tells him that she is with Jesus and all is wonderful.  Here is what I think about that, it is a beautiful song and having a dream about a loved one being safe and with god makes you OK with their death but every one thinks that when a loved one dies he or she goes to heaven. People believe in God so much that is what they all think will happen and so on. I do believe in God and Jesus very much but not a holy person for I question lots of things and every thing.

Death Waiting to take his prize

Death Waiting to take his prize

My thoughts on this is that we are brained washed to believe this and it is stuck in our heads so much that we dream of …

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Jesus Christ, King of Kings, and Lord of all

Posted by Roses on April 26, 2012

In all of human history, His life was the only one lived in complete perfection and utter innocence: not one single sin committed by thought, word, or act. He chose the company of society’s dregs, the poor, the prostitutes, the uneducated, and offered them everlasting life and healing. Time after time, he took a stand against the rich and powerful religious elite, and exposed them for the hypocrites they were.

For this crime he was sentenced to die the most horrendous and excruciating death ever devised by mankind. Mocked, spit upon, reviled, and cursed, he was beaten and scourged into a bloody pulp. When his torture was finished, he was barely recognizable as human, but they still weren’t done with him. In this weakened condition, he was forced to carry his death instrument to his place of execution, where stakes were pounded into his hands and feet, pinning him to a wooden cross.

There, he was suspended between heaven and earth, bleeding, sweating, suffering pain beyond imagining. The guilt of billions who’d lived before and …

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BIOGRAPHY Of King James VI of Scotland and King James I of England

Posted by Roses on April 26, 2012

King at 13 Months.

Mr. King James name was James Charles Stuart.

He was born in June 19 of 1566 at the Edinburgh Castle in Scotland. Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley was his father and was murdered on February 10th 1567 at the Hamilton’s’ house before James was even a year old. Mary, Queen of the Scots was his mother and was soon forced to give up her throne because she was suspected to have been involved with the murder of James father Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley.

So at the age of 13 months was when baby James was crowned King James VI on July 24 of 1567. The reformation leader John Knox gave the speech at James crowning.

Mary Imprisoned

Mary was soon imprisoned by her cousin Queen Elizabeth of England in England. Then after 19 years later after her imprisonment Mary was executed in February of 1587 for being involved in the plane of the Roman Catholic conspiracy trying to assassinate Queen Elizabeth.

King James was raised by neither mother nor father but he …

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Atlas The Bearer of the Heavens and Mother Earth

Posted by Roses on February 26, 2012

In West Yorkshire Uk The St Pauls St Leeds building has a sculpture of Atlas holding up the earth repenting his sins against Zeus. To me this picture makes me think of Christ for he died for our sins and Atlas is holding us up on his shoulders for some thing he did but Christ Died for us for what we have done it is similar really.

There are many different stories that tells about Atlas but this one is most accurate from what I can find it comes from the first stories that told of Atlas and how he became the bearer of the heavens and earth.

Atlas was son of the first generations of the Ancient Greek Gods which were the Titans.

Atlas is one of the most well known Titans for many reasons. One is the war that lasted for tens years when he got most of the Titans and many of the gods and goddess to rebel against Zeus. All of the Titans were punished in some fashionable manner that Zeus

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Was the Bible Influenced by Greek Mythology?

Posted by Roses on January 17, 2010

In looking at the many world’s religions, one can find similarities at nearly every turn in the stories.  Most involve the world being created by a higher power, a separation of that higher power from mankind, a great flood that covered the land at one time,  a human representation of that higher power, an emphasis on war and some way of redemption.  While myths differ from religions in that religion is a more all-encompassing term…many  mythological accounts of events, especially Greek mythology,  correlate with those in the Christian Bible.

Creation Stories – The Bible & Greek Mythology

Evolution of the Gods

Evolution of the Gods

There are differences in the creation stories…with some similar essentials, such as the world beginning in darkness.  In Greek mythology this darkness is called Chaos.  Chaos is the beginning of all things, and from this darkness came the earth (Gaea), Eros (which represented love)  and the underworld (Tartarus).  In the Christian Bible, God speaks and it is so.  Where in Greek mythology it is many gods who are responsible for bringing the world and …

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Judas Iscariot and Vampire Myths

Posted by Roses on September 26, 2009

You might have read my previous story ( The First Vampire ).

The myth about the first vampire ~ Judas Iscariot.

The Biblical Story of Judas Iscariot:

To begin with lets review a bit of bible history, for those of you who are not familiar with the story of Judas Iscariot. Judas betrayed Jesus Christ to the chief priests and elders for 30 silver pieces. Judas then felt so horrible for what he had done when he found out that Jesus had been condemned, he attempted to return the silver pieces, but the chief priests and elders refused to accept them from him. Judas threw down the silver pieces in the temple, and departed, he then hung himself.

How Judas Became a Vampire:

Now there are many beliefs as to how exactly Judas becomes a vampire, the first belief and most common is that god cursed Judas and his family to walk the earth until the second coming of Jesus, and until that time he would thirst for the blood of Jesus, which of course …

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