Is this what it is? Just another reason not to trust men. Not to trust love. Cos there's no such thing as happily-ever-after ending. No knight or prince would want to fight THAT dragon to save THIS princess.
When I finally let someone step closer, it's just another pack of lies. But I appreciate that that someone left quickly, causing less pain. There's nothing to cry over.
I decided to change the link to my blog. It was my mistake at the first place: I shouldn't have let just anyone know the link to my journal; it could backfired at me. Now too many people know about this blog --and my thoughts-- it started to become uncomfortable. Don't get me wrong. It would be just fine if strangers who read things here and felt insulted or otherwise, flattered. Troubles come when the people who read are those who know me halfway. They'll start to draw their own conclusion of who I am. It's scary.
This change of link would definitely create a tiny chaos as many of my close friends already know it and probably check it every once in a while. But no matter, those who really care will come to me and ask about my "missing blog."
Maybe I'll change back my blog link to its original name, for it is held a special connection for me. Maybe. I'll think about it later, though.
And so I have done reading Mars/Earth Enigma (aren't I proud to have finished it). There are many interesting facts -and opinions- I never knew before. But I must say that Emerson (the writer) is too subjective in writing the book. There are many times she mentioned "as evidence strongly indicate," or "according to vast amount of evidence," but it's never exactly mentioned which evidences. If it's too long to list them, at least a reference at the end of the book should be given. Emerson also drifting away a little too often from the book's topic. Talking about Nazi's conspiracy theory, linking it with Rome church and the ancient religion of goddess worshiping society.
But anyway, let's go back a bit to the Bible statement. I went to ask quote Biblical siteunquoteregarding the question, and guess what, YES, it is said in the Bible that God created earthS. For example, Hebrews 1:2 in the original language, or certain translations, the word is plural. The list of the statement: Job 1:6-7; Eph. 3:10; Heb. 1:2; Heb. 11:3; Rev. 12:12. Now, I never learn and never know the original language of the Bible, be it Hebrew or Greek, therefore I can't assure the truth. To believe or not to believe is completely your decision. I'll try to do more research on them, but won't be anytime soon.
These verses in the Bible, along the story of King Solomon, also indirectly used by Emerson to support her hypothesis of existence on Mars and other planets. But, as when you take reference from other books, it's unfair if you just pick up a sentence or two without letting the readers know what the whole passage is about. The sentence could sound supportive to your argument, but when you read the whole passage, it could have nothing whatsoever to do with the theme of your argument.
Anyway, in conclusion, if you really really are curious about Mars enigma AND have plenty of time in your hand AND don't mind a confusing language structure of a book, then you should pick up Mars/Earth Enigma. Otherwise, you might want to find another book on the topic.