A cat in the hat.
Mixing mythology? Who would that make satan? Loki?
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@Jear77 No. Satan is a snake.
@Jear77 You need to be more sssss-pecfific then that. And no insult intended to snakes (not the kinds of animal to take insults, believe me, I know).
@five2one uhm… a snake… look at their anatomy for a second here. Where is its vocal cords and mouth structure that would allow it to talk like a person…? Or a brain large enough to allow them to think complex thoughts?
@Jear77 Not literally a snake.
Metaphors, man. Metaphors. Gee whiz…
@Jear77 Anyway, what do you have against snakes? I love snakes… they are so lovely…
@five2one most are poisonous.
@Jear77 I have a secret name nobody knows.
Do you know what that is?
Snake Plisskin or… the Leviathan. One or the other. I forget.
Sorry for all the trouble I put you through, Job. I am probably worse then Satan.
@five2one better look out boys. I might be coming to get you…
I am modes. I am pi. I am perfect.
Humans have always sought “the higher ideal”. Regardless of whether we were on or off the mark (often trying to cast it as a function of us), doesn’t negate that this drive is endemic to the species.
Perhaps the part of us “made in God’s image” — in the image of “The Creator”. We interact with “the chaos” and out of it create “habitable order”. How enduring, depends upon how nobly we exercise “the Logos” (Truthful and purposeful speech).
There is no “threat” in the questing of other cultures.
Well, perhaps to “ideology” — religiously worshiped.
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