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It welcomes you to join a very unique group of men and women who, in many instances, have secretly maintained an ongoing interest in anything that defies a conventional explanation (and I really mean anything). Actually, it has been an idea that’s resulted from numerous “meet and greet” sessions where I have had many opportunities to talk to those who attend my shows.Makes no difference whether it’s visitations by aliens, haunted houses, extra sensory perception, astrology, mind control, curses, spirit healing, vampires, zombies, prophecy, contacting the dead, mind reading and anything in between. Can I really be suggesting a social dating society directed specifically to people interested in all of the forementioned areas? Furthermore, these folks would like nothing more than to meet other people with whom they can discuss their thoughts, beliefs, and experiences without compromise…without fear of embarrassment. Keep in mind, this may also be the ultimate answer to possibly finding a potential soul mate. The truth is there are too many people in this world who have little or no respect for anyone who visualizes anything beyond what can be seen, touched, or heard. I want my Supernatural Dating Society™ to empower people such as yourself to be able to emerge from the shadows and finally meet other individuals who share their feelings. COME MEET INTERESTING INQUIRING PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELF WHO WANT TO CONNECT WITH YOU!Maybe it’s time for Castiel to realize that love can be found a lot closer to home.The first, if the author of Daniel lived in the second century during the persecution, therefore in Palestine, one would naturally assume that he would use his native system of dating, and not the ancient, relatively unknown system of Babylonian dating.
However, I will attempt to show that the evidence points to an early date for the writing of Daniel, placing it in the sixth century BC.
Castiel didn't look up."So, um, it's been an hour, can I get my laptop back?
" Sam asked after a moment of awkward silence where Castiel didn't notice them return, assuming he had noticed them leave.
In writing his book he presumes to appear as a prophet himself, encouraging his people to persevere through persecution, he would undoubtedly try to make his work seem as Scriptural as possible.
They too agreed with Porphyry, that such long-range prophecies were impossible, so the book must have been written during the Maccabean age (second century BC; Baldwin, pg.