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Re: Welcome

Post by Pythagoras » Wed Jan 24, 2018 5:26 pm

curioushuman wrote:Hello, i am just another curious human, as my username suggests. To start of i have a burning question : Q)Whats the major difference between things that are alive and things that are not alive ??? they are both Made of things that are considered to be "not alive" right? where does the transaction from not alive to alive take place? and is there actually a difference between them? I hope someone can help me out here :?: and perhaps i can help you too with my questions :)


What a way to begin here :D

Hello curious. This is a good question as all things are composed of infinite particles that possess a form of motion.
If motion exists then we can in a sense say that all things are alive!
The sages however consider those things which are "fixed" to be dead in the common sense. Such things include metals uprooted from their ores in the ground.
According to Hemetic Philosophy, these metals are growing. Their growth rate is slow, yet nonetheless, they do grow and mature into gold. Once uprooted, this growth ends just as the growth of vegetation ends once detached from the earth.
It's probably fair to say that those things with no reproductive facility are fixed and commonly dead. But as all things are part of the oneness of nature and nature is continuously expanding into radiation and contracting back into matter, generation follows degeneration; a strong argument exists to support that everything is alive.

What are your views?

Re: Welcome

Post by curioushuman » Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:55 am

Hello, i am just another curious human, as my username suggests. To start of i have a burning question : Q)Whats the major difference between things that are alive and things that are not alive ??? they are both Made of things that are considered to be "not alive" right? where does the transaction from not alive to alive take place? and is there actually a difference between them? I hope someone can help me out here :?: and perhaps i can help you too with my questions :)

Re: Welcome

Post by traveller » Sun Apr 16, 2017 7:10 pm

Thanks Schmeldvich, for your kind words, and clarification, but can you please more clarify me, that which subject he chose in his posts, is it gw, dew, or like something.
Thanks.
Regards.

Re: Welcome

Post by Schmeldvich » Sun Apr 16, 2017 3:28 pm

traveller wrote:Hello MShoAT, how are you man, i have been visiting this site from since few days, i saw its a very good alchemy site and have a lot of stuff written in forums, but recently i saw the thread of Solx, "how to create the stone", but alas he has erased his all posts, and since i am very curious about it, that what our brother told us in his posts. So do you have his any ID, where I can ask him.
Thanks.
Regards.
God Bless.

Welcome!

Good luck with your search! I cannot pull up his old posts (nor can MShoAT), but I can assure you from the bottom of my heart that the post you are seeking out did not contain any relevant information, especially regarding making any kind of Stone; it was Solx's usual delusional words of grandeur with very little substance.


Schmeldvich

Re: Welcome

Post by traveller » Sun Apr 16, 2017 8:01 am

Hello MShoAT, how are you man, i have been visiting this site from since few days, i saw its a very good alchemy site and have a lot of stuff written in forums, but recently i saw the thread of Solx, "how to create the stone", but alas he has erased his all posts, and since i am very curious about it, that what our brother told us in his posts. So do you have his any ID, where I can ask him.
Thanks.
Regards.
God Bless.

Re: Welcome

Post by Taramasco » Sat Mar 04, 2017 4:45 pm

MShoAT wrote:Thanks,

I should have googled it better :)


No problem friend. You're very welcome. :)

Re: Welcome

Post by MShoAT » Sat Mar 04, 2017 4:38 pm

Thanks,

I should have googled it better :)

Re: Welcome

Post by Taramasco » Sat Mar 04, 2017 4:30 pm

MShoAT wrote:Hey Taramasco,

As requested I changed your username. Since there is no ready out of box option to do that I changed your username in the SQL database. I'm afraid that has caused your log in problems. Please let me know if you want me to take any further action.


Thank you friend.

For future reference try executing this command within mysql. It should fully rename all user_id fields.

X1 = old userid
X2 = new userid

UPDATE `phpbb_posts` SET `poster_id` = 'X1' WHERE `poster_id` =X2;
UPDATE `phpbb_topics` SET `topic_poster` = 'X1' WHERE `topic_poster` =X2;
UPDATE `phpbb_topics` SET `topic_last_poster_id` = 'X1' WHERE `topic_last_poster_id` =X2;
UPDATE `phpbb_topics_posted` SET `user_id` = 'X1' WHERE `user_id` =X2;
UPDATE `phpbb_poll_votes` SET `vote_user_id` = 'X1' WHERE `vote_user_id` =X2;
UPDATE `phpbb_users` SET `user_id` = 'X1' WHERE `user_id` =X2;
UPDATE `phpbb_acl_users` SET `user_id` = 'X1' WHERE `user_id` =X2;

The optional tables are phpbb_topics_track and phpbb_topics_watch.

Re: Welcome

Post by MShoAT » Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:27 am

Hey Taramasco,

As requested I changed your username. Since there is no ready out of box option to do that I changed your username in the SQL database. I'm afraid that has caused your log in problems. Please let me know if you want me to take any further action.

Re: Welcome

Post by Taramasco » Fri Mar 03, 2017 3:56 pm

Hello.

I had to recreate this account. Thank you.

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