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Antarctica : Ark of Gabriel, Real History Uncovered

Saturday, April 8, 2017 22:46
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Exclusive information about the mystery in Antarctica specifically regarding the history of the enigmatic Ark of Gabriel, until now no one else has been able to give you any answers. That changes today.

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  • Want a little help in your search?
    Just give me an E mail address so I can send you a Document it might be of help.

  • “………Millions of yrs b4 man stood upright.” – Um , what? You expect us to take anything you say seriously after that? Your grandfather is a monkeys ass. Mine is not. :lol:

    • It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. Your visceral response is indicative of cognitive dissonance. If you should ever mature mentally, and learn that displaying emotion isn’t the same as demonstrating intellect, you’ll find wisdom. I wish you well regardless of your unprovoked insult. It’s related to the aforementioned dissonance so I get it. Good luck with your future endeavors.

      • what an exquisite response

        • You were being facetious Abe?

          “Your visceral response is indicative of cognitive dissonance.”

          There is nothing in the comment by Apollo A/C to indicate cognitive dissonance. Rather the reverse is true: Far from “entertaining” conflicting or inconsistent thoughts, beliefs or attitudes simultaneously, Apollo’s comment demonstrates a singular mentality — and one, as it happens, apparently rooted in biblical fact. It’s the very opposite of cognitive dissonance.

          • rotflmao

            biblical FACT? :roll:

            the fairy-tale believer thinks believing that man-made fairy-tales are real, is NOT an instance of cognitive dissonance of the highest order

            oh my, i’ve not had such a good laugh in such a long time

            thanks Cintus :wink:

          • Okay, clown.

            Explain to me how, even a FALSE belief (for the sake of your asinine argument), equals cognitive dissonance.

            You have the floor, numbnutz.

          • And before you answer, but after you’ve finished laughing, it might help matters if you actually looked up the term to give yourself SOME chance of having a clue.

          • “numbnutz”


            Say Cintus… you like Val Kilmer as Jim Morrison in that Doors movie?

          • Never did care much for the Doors.

            Did like me some Val in HEAT, though — with Pacino.

            Also liked me some Val in Tombstone.

            Liked me some Val in Thunderheart, too.

  • Your info sounds good but visuals of people ,places and things would be helpful

  • There is no ark upon this earth anymore, an ark that could have any spiritual or physical power except what a mortal man is able to put on it: mechanical, chemical, electric or nuclear. All other so called “arks” or what ever trunks are only fakes. It is stated in Revelation 11: 19, “Then God’s temple in heaven was opened, and within his temple was seen the ark of his covenant. And there came flashes of lightning, rumblings, peals of thunder, an earthquake and a great hailstorm.” (NIV of the Bible)

    Jesus Christ, Yeshua be blessed!

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