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  1. #1
    asc2k@yahoogroups.com Guest

    Default File - Asc2k Rules.txt


    asc2k: guidelines for participation

    asc2k is a group of individuals who communicate via email on topics related to
    the work of david wilcock. we are all here because we are interested in his work
    and how it relates to other information, personal experiences, etc. group
    dynamics are prone to extremes, and these guidelines seek to define the common
    ground upon which we can have meaningful and informative discussions about
    topics concerning wilcock's work.

    1. participants are asked to keep their posts on topic. possible topics include
    mr. wilcock's written work, personal experiences and thoughts related to that
    work, material upon which mr. wilcock has based his research (ra / the law of
    one, seth, etc. - see the list of recommended reading materials in the "files"
    section), and new scientific / empirical data related to mr. wilcock's research.
    this is not an exhaustive list of proper topics, but it does give one a general
    idea about what is considered "on topic". our intention is that members are here
    to discuss this material and will have read at least a certain amount of the
    ascension2000.com website. many basic philosophical questions and concerns can
    be answered by reading the law of one study guide posted at
    http://ascension2000.com/ra-studyguide.htm. this study guide is a distilled
    document of all major points raised in the law of one series, and is highly
    recommended as a prerequisite for list participation.

    2. your presence in this group comprises a tacit acceptance of our core values
    and beliefs as set forth in mr. wilcock's work and the law of one series from
    l/l research company. while skepticism and critical thinking are always useful
    in the pursuit of knowledge, we cannot have meaningful discussions if we must
    constantly defend our fundamentals against those who choose to disagree. if an
    individual cannot approach the material with an open mind and respectful
    demeanor, they will make others uncomfortable, and in turn may receive
    uncomfortable responses. such skeptics will be unsubscribed from the group if
    their criticism hurts the community spirit of the group.

    3. similarly, the new age, et, metaphysical, and alternative physics communities
    are diverse, popular, and numerous. in order to have worthwhile discussion that
    is beneficial to those who are interested in the material, we must restrict our
    focus to topics that relate to our core mission. members who selfishly use the
    list's common resources without regard for its members' shared interests may be
    unsubscribed. this includes those who insist on promoting / showcasing
    themselves, their own websites, philosophies, products, services or other
    unrelated teachings.

    4. we feel that the law of one represents a complete body of spiritual teaching,
    which becomes increasingly useful the more that it is studied and applied. this
    group is optimally designed for those who have made a free-will decision to
    study the teaching and harmonize their own attitudes and behaviors with it,
    instead of endlessly searching for more "new" teaching to read. be aware that
    mr. wilcock and his associates receive large volumes of email each day, and when
    a person "discovers" a new source of channeling they often email us and ask for
    our opinion. the recommended reading list is a direct result of this broad
    spectrum of feedback, and the vast majority of "popular" channeling is not
    included, and thereby considered off-topic. such material is best discussed on
    other message boards devoted to the study and integration of those particular
    teachings. the question of one's personal journey in integrating the law of one
    teachings is of extreme interest and importance for this group, thus leading to
    practically limitless areas for personal sharing and participation in a "safe"
    atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

    5. spamming is strictly forbidden, and members who abuse the trust of the list
    by spamming will be immediately banned, and their internet service provider
    contacted regarding the nature of the abuse. using email addresses acquired on
    the list to spam members privately is also forbidden. be aware that any
    discussion of a product or service for sale, or of a website designed to sell
    products or services, is forbidden, even if you do not directly profit from such
    a discussion. if you feel that a particular product / service is uniquely
    related to mr. wilcock's work and worthy of discussion, please email a moderator
    privately before making any statements to the group.

    6. discussions that involve drugs and other intoxicating substances,
    pornography, foul language, racial / sexual / national intolerance, hate speech,
    politically subversive acts or planning, will obviously not be tolerated.

    7. "dead text" wastes bandwidth as well as disk space and reading time. also,
    those who subscribe to the digest version are adversely affected by excessively
    and unnecessarily long posts. when replying to a post, please remove all the
    previous text that is not essential to the reply. this does slightly slow down
    the speed with which you may respond to a post, as it requires you to manually
    select this older text, either by dragging the mouse over the text while holding
    down the left-click button or by moving the arrow keys on the keyboard over the
    text while holding down the "shift" key, followed by hitting the "delete" or
    "backspace" key thereafter in either case. every time you respond to a post,
    your dead-text cleanup job should include all the advertising material at the
    end of the post which is automatically added by yahoo each time that a post is
    made. the moderation team may edit or reject posts that violate this guideline.
    it only takes a few extra seconds but it makes a world of difference in the
    quality of our presentation.

    8. personal conversations should be conducted privately. although the majority
    of our members are "lurkers" who do not regularly post, do remember that your
    posts are going out to hundreds of people who may not find private jokes or
    topics beneficial. try to keep posts on topic at all times.

    9. when sharing outside material with the list, please do it in the form of
    links with summary paragraphs. posting long passages (i.e. more than 2 short
    paragraphs) of outside text, regardless of relevance, is prohibited. we do ask
    that you either summarize the content of the link in a paragraph of your own
    words and / or with a single-paragraph excerpt from the text itself. "naked"
    links, i.e. links without summary text, should be avoided, as most members do
    not have the time to blindly research such links. if you are posting scientific
    material that you feel may be uniquely useful to mr. wilcock for his research
    efforts, it is all the more important that you make him aware of what the link
    contains, or else he will likely never inspect it.

    10. membership is subject to approval by the moderation team. candidate members
    who wish to subscribe to the list via a free email service (yahoo!, hotmail,
    etc.) must submit additional information to verify their identity;
    specifically, their full name, address and telephone number. if the provided
    phone number is not in service, the application will not be processed. this
    information will only be used for verification of identity and will not be
    released to any other party for any reason. this way, we prevent the list from
    being exploited for commercial or other purposes not related to our guidelines.

    11. individual posts may be subject to approval by the moderation team. posts
    may be rejected without explanation.

    12. these guidelines are intended to help members participate on the list with
    the least possible degree of difficulties. they do not limit the authority of
    the moderator in any way. this list is private and participation constitutes
    tacit acceptance of that authority, including the authority to accept and reject
    applicants and their posts. while this may seem arbitrary, it is necessary to
    preserve the character and usefulness of the list so that all may enjoy it.

    13. feel free to contact the moderators with questions and concerns.


  2. #2
    asc2k@yahoogroups.com Guest

    Default File - Asc2k Rules.txt


    asc2k: guidelines for participation

    asc2k is a group of individuals who communicate via email on topics related to
    the work of david wilcock. we are all here because we are interested in his work
    and how it relates to other information, personal experiences, etc. group
    dynamics are prone to extremes, and these guidelines seek to define the common
    ground upon which we can have meaningful and informative discussions about
    topics concerning wilcock's work.

    1. participants are asked to keep their posts on topic. possible topics include
    mr. wilcock's written work, personal experiences and thoughts related to that
    work, material upon which mr. wilcock has based his research (ra / the law of
    one, seth, etc. - see the list of recommended reading materials in the "files"
    section), and new scientific / empirical data related to mr. wilcock's research.
    this is not an exhaustive list of proper topics, but it does give one a general
    idea about what is considered "on topic". our intention is that members are here
    to discuss this material and will have read at least a certain amount of the
    ascension2000.com website. many basic philosophical questions and concerns can
    be answered by reading the law of one study guide posted at
    http://ascension2000.com/ra-studyguide.htm. this study guide is a distilled
    document of all major points raised in the law of one series, and is highly
    recommended as a prerequisite for list participation.

    2. your presence in this group comprises a tacit acceptance of our core values
    and beliefs as set forth in mr. wilcock's work and the law of one series from
    l/l research company. while skepticism and critical thinking are always useful
    in the pursuit of knowledge, we cannot have meaningful discussions if we must
    constantly defend our fundamentals against those who choose to disagree. if an
    individual cannot approach the material with an open mind and respectful
    demeanor, they will make others uncomfortable, and in turn may receive
    uncomfortable responses. such skeptics will be unsubscribed from the group if
    their criticism hurts the community spirit of the group.

    3. similarly, the new age, et, metaphysical, and alternative physics communities
    are diverse, popular, and numerous. in order to have worthwhile discussion that
    is beneficial to those who are interested in the material, we must restrict our
    focus to topics that relate to our core mission. members who selfishly use the
    list's common resources without regard for its members' shared interests may be
    unsubscribed. this includes those who insist on promoting / showcasing
    themselves, their own websites, philosophies, products, services or other
    unrelated teachings.

    4. we feel that the law of one represents a complete body of spiritual teaching,
    which becomes increasingly useful the more that it is studied and applied. this
    group is optimally designed for those who have made a free-will decision to
    study the teaching and harmonize their own attitudes and behaviors with it,
    instead of endlessly searching for more "new" teaching to read. be aware that
    mr. wilcock and his associates receive large volumes of email each day, and when
    a person "discovers" a new source of channeling they often email us and ask for
    our opinion. the recommended reading list is a direct result of this broad
    spectrum of feedback, and the vast majority of "popular" channeling is not
    included, and thereby considered off-topic. such material is best discussed on
    other message boards devoted to the study and integration of those particular
    teachings. the question of one's personal journey in integrating the law of one
    teachings is of extreme interest and importance for this group, thus leading to
    practically limitless areas for personal sharing and participation in a "safe"
    atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

    5. spamming is strictly forbidden, and members who abuse the trust of the list
    by spamming will be immediately banned, and their internet service provider
    contacted regarding the nature of the abuse. using email addresses acquired on
    the list to spam members privately is also forbidden. be aware that any
    discussion of a product or service for sale, or of a website designed to sell
    products or services, is forbidden, even if you do not directly profit from such
    a discussion. if you feel that a particular product / service is uniquely
    related to mr. wilcock's work and worthy of discussion, please email a moderator
    privately before making any statements to the group.

    6. discussions that involve drugs and other intoxicating substances,
    pornography, foul language, racial / sexual / national intolerance, hate speech,
    politically subversive acts or planning, will obviously not be tolerated.

    7. "dead text" wastes bandwidth as well as disk space and reading time. also,
    those who subscribe to the digest version are adversely affected by excessively
    and unnecessarily long posts. when replying to a post, please remove all the
    previous text that is not essential to the reply. this does slightly slow down
    the speed with which you may respond to a post, as it requires you to manually
    select this older text, either by dragging the mouse over the text while holding
    down the left-click button or by moving the arrow keys on the keyboard over the
    text while holding down the "shift" key, followed by hitting the "delete" or
    "backspace" key thereafter in either case. every time you respond to a post,
    your dead-text cleanup job should include all the advertising material at the
    end of the post which is automatically added by yahoo each time that a post is
    made. the moderation team may edit or reject posts that violate this guideline.
    it only takes a few extra seconds but it makes a world of difference in the
    quality of our presentation.

    8. personal conversations should be conducted privately. although the majority
    of our members are "lurkers" who do not regularly post, do remember that your
    posts are going out to hundreds of people who may not find private jokes or
    topics beneficial. try to keep posts on topic at all times.

    9. when sharing outside material with the list, please do it in the form of
    links with summary paragraphs. posting long passages (i.e. more than 2 short
    paragraphs) of outside text, regardless of relevance, is prohibited. we do ask
    that you either summarize the content of the link in a paragraph of your own
    words and / or with a single-paragraph excerpt from the text itself. "naked"
    links, i.e. links without summary text, should be avoided, as most members do
    not have the time to blindly research such links. if you are posting scientific
    material that you feel may be uniquely useful to mr. wilcock for his research
    efforts, it is all the more important that you make him aware of what the link
    contains, or else he will likely never inspect it.

    10. membership is subject to approval by the moderation team. candidate members
    who wish to subscribe to the list via a free email service (yahoo!, hotmail,
    etc.) must submit additional information to verify their identity;
    specifically, their full name, address and telephone number. if the provided
    phone number is not in service, the application will not be processed. this
    information will only be used for verification of identity and will not be
    released to any other party for any reason. this way, we prevent the list from
    being exploited for commercial or other purposes not related to our guidelines.

    11. individual posts may be subject to approval by the moderation team. posts
    may be rejected without explanation.

    12. these guidelines are intended to help members participate on the list with
    the least possible degree of difficulties. they do not limit the authority of
    the moderator in any way. this list is private and participation constitutes
    tacit acceptance of that authority, including the authority to accept and reject
    applicants and their posts. while this may seem arbitrary, it is necessary to
    preserve the character and usefulness of the list so that all may enjoy it.

    13. feel free to contact the moderators with questions and concerns.


  3. #3
    asc2k@yahoogroups.com Guest

    Default File - Asc2k Rules.txt


    asc2k: guidelines for participation

    asc2k is a group of individuals who communicate via email on topics related to
    the work of david wilcock. we are all here because we are interested in his work
    and how it relates to other information, personal experiences, etc. group
    dynamics are prone to extremes, and these guidelines seek to define the common
    ground upon which we can have meaningful and informative discussions about
    topics concerning wilcock's work.

    1. participants are asked to keep their posts on topic. possible topics include
    mr. wilcock's written work, personal experiences and thoughts related to that
    work, material upon which mr. wilcock has based his research (ra / the law of
    one, seth, etc. - see the list of recommended reading materials in the "files"
    section), and new scientific / empirical data related to mr. wilcock's research.
    this is not an exhaustive list of proper topics, but it does give one a general
    idea about what is considered "on topic". our intention is that members are here
    to discuss this material and will have read at least a certain amount of the
    ascension2000.com website. many basic philosophical questions and concerns can
    be answered by reading the law of one study guide posted at
    http://ascension2000.com/ra-studyguide.htm. this study guide is a distilled
    document of all major points raised in the law of one series, and is highly
    recommended as a prerequisite for list participation.

    2. your presence in this group comprises a tacit acceptance of our core values
    and beliefs as set forth in mr. wilcock's work and the law of one series from
    l/l research company. while skepticism and critical thinking are always useful
    in the pursuit of knowledge, we cannot have meaningful discussions if we must
    constantly defend our fundamentals against those who choose to disagree. if an
    individual cannot approach the material with an open mind and respectful
    demeanor, they will make others uncomfortable, and in turn may receive
    uncomfortable responses. such skeptics will be unsubscribed from the group if
    their criticism hurts the community spirit of the group.

    3. similarly, the new age, et, metaphysical, and alternative physics communities
    are diverse, popular, and numerous. in order to have worthwhile discussion that
    is beneficial to those who are interested in the material, we must restrict our
    focus to topics that relate to our core mission. members who selfishly use the
    list's common resources without regard for its members' shared interests may be
    unsubscribed. this includes those who insist on promoting / showcasing
    themselves, their own websites, philosophies, products, services or other
    unrelated teachings.

    4. we feel that the law of one represents a complete body of spiritual teaching,
    which becomes increasingly useful the more that it is studied and applied. this
    group is optimally designed for those who have made a free-will decision to
    study the teaching and harmonize their own attitudes and behaviors with it,
    instead of endlessly searching for more "new" teaching to read. be aware that
    mr. wilcock and his associates receive large volumes of email each day, and when
    a person "discovers" a new source of channeling they often email us and ask for
    our opinion. the recommended reading list is a direct result of this broad
    spectrum of feedback, and the vast majority of "popular" channeling is not
    included, and thereby considered off-topic. such material is best discussed on
    other message boards devoted to the study and integration of those particular
    teachings. the question of one's personal journey in integrating the law of one
    teachings is of extreme interest and importance for this group, thus leading to
    practically limitless areas for personal sharing and participation in a "safe"
    atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

    5. spamming is strictly forbidden, and members who abuse the trust of the list
    by spamming will be immediately banned, and their internet service provider
    contacted regarding the nature of the abuse. using email addresses acquired on
    the list to spam members privately is also forbidden. be aware that any
    discussion of a product or service for sale, or of a website designed to sell
    products or services, is forbidden, even if you do not directly profit from such
    a discussion. if you feel that a particular product / service is uniquely
    related to mr. wilcock's work and worthy of discussion, please email a moderator
    privately before making any statements to the group.

    6. discussions that involve drugs and other intoxicating substances,
    pornography, foul language, racial / sexual / national intolerance, hate speech,
    politically subversive acts or planning, will obviously not be tolerated.

    7. "dead text" wastes bandwidth as well as disk space and reading time. also,
    those who subscribe to the digest version are adversely affected by excessively
    and unnecessarily long posts. when replying to a post, please remove all the
    previous text that is not essential to the reply. this does slightly slow down
    the speed with which you may respond to a post, as it requires you to manually
    select this older text, either by dragging the mouse over the text while holding
    down the left-click button or by moving the arrow keys on the keyboard over the
    text while holding down the "shift" key, followed by hitting the "delete" or
    "backspace" key thereafter in either case. every time you respond to a post,
    your dead-text cleanup job should include all the advertising material at the
    end of the post which is automatically added by yahoo each time that a post is
    made. the moderation team may edit or reject posts that violate this guideline.
    it only takes a few extra seconds but it makes a world of difference in the
    quality of our presentation.

    8. personal conversations should be conducted privately. although the majority
    of our members are "lurkers" who do not regularly post, do remember that your
    posts are going out to hundreds of people who may not find private jokes or
    topics beneficial. try to keep posts on topic at all times.

    9. when sharing outside material with the list, please do it in the form of
    links with summary paragraphs. posting long passages (i.e. more than 2 short
    paragraphs) of outside text, regardless of relevance, is prohibited. we do ask
    that you either summarize the content of the link in a paragraph of your own
    words and / or with a single-paragraph excerpt from the text itself. "naked"
    links, i.e. links without summary text, should be avoided, as most members do
    not have the time to blindly research such links. if you are posting scientific
    material that you feel may be uniquely useful to mr. wilcock for his research
    efforts, it is all the more important that you make him aware of what the link
    contains, or else he will likely never inspect it.

    10. membership is subject to approval by the moderation team. candidate members
    who wish to subscribe to the list via a free email service (yahoo!, hotmail,
    etc.) must submit additional information to verify their identity;
    specifically, their full name, address and telephone number. if the provided
    phone number is not in service, the application will not be processed. this
    information will only be used for verification of identity and will not be
    released to any other party for any reason. this way, we prevent the list from
    being exploited for commercial or other purposes not related to our guidelines.

    11. individual posts may be subject to approval by the moderation team. posts
    may be rejected without explanation.

    12. these guidelines are intended to help members participate on the list with
    the least possible degree of difficulties. they do not limit the authority of
    the moderator in any way. this list is private and participation constitutes
    tacit acceptance of that authority, including the authority to accept and reject
    applicants and their posts. while this may seem arbitrary, it is necessary to
    preserve the character and usefulness of the list so that all may enjoy it.

    13. feel free to contact the moderators with questions and concerns.


  4. #4
    asc2k@yahoogroups.com Guest

    Default File - Asc2k Rules.txt


    asc2k: guidelines for participation

    asc2k is a group of individuals who communicate via email on topics related to
    the work of david wilcock. we are all here because we are interested in his work
    and how it relates to other information, personal experiences, etc. group
    dynamics are prone to extremes, and these guidelines seek to define the common
    ground upon which we can have meaningful and informative discussions about
    topics concerning wilcock's work.

    1. participants are asked to keep their posts on topic. possible topics include
    mr. wilcock's written work, personal experiences and thoughts related to that
    work, material upon which mr. wilcock has based his research (ra / the law of
    one, seth, etc. - see the list of recommended reading materials in the "files"
    section), and new scientific / empirical data related to mr. wilcock's research.
    this is not an exhaustive list of proper topics, but it does give one a general
    idea about what is considered "on topic". our intention is that members are here
    to discuss this material and will have read at least a certain amount of the
    ascension2000.com website. many basic philosophical questions and concerns can
    be answered by reading the law of one study guide posted at
    http://ascension2000.com/ra-studyguide.htm. this study guide is a distilled
    document of all major points raised in the law of one series, and is highly
    recommended as a prerequisite for list participation.

    2. your presence in this group comprises a tacit acceptance of our core values
    and beliefs as set forth in mr. wilcock's work and the law of one series from
    l/l research company. while skepticism and critical thinking are always useful
    in the pursuit of knowledge, we cannot have meaningful discussions if we must
    constantly defend our fundamentals against those who choose to disagree. if an
    individual cannot approach the material with an open mind and respectful
    demeanor, they will make others uncomfortable, and in turn may receive
    uncomfortable responses. such skeptics will be unsubscribed from the group if
    their criticism hurts the community spirit of the group.

    3. similarly, the new age, et, metaphysical, and alternative physics communities
    are diverse, popular, and numerous. in order to have worthwhile discussion that
    is beneficial to those who are interested in the material, we must restrict our
    focus to topics that relate to our core mission. members who selfishly use the
    list's common resources without regard for its members' shared interests may be
    unsubscribed. this includes those who insist on promoting / showcasing
    themselves, their own websites, philosophies, products, services or other
    unrelated teachings.

    4. we feel that the law of one represents a complete body of spiritual teaching,
    which becomes increasingly useful the more that it is studied and applied. this
    group is optimally designed for those who have made a free-will decision to
    study the teaching and harmonize their own attitudes and behaviors with it,
    instead of endlessly searching for more "new" teaching to read. be aware that
    mr. wilcock and his associates receive large volumes of email each day, and when
    a person "discovers" a new source of channeling they often email us and ask for
    our opinion. the recommended reading list is a direct result of this broad
    spectrum of feedback, and the vast majority of "popular" channeling is not
    included, and thereby considered off-topic. such material is best discussed on
    other message boards devoted to the study and integration of those particular
    teachings. the question of one's personal journey in integrating the law of one
    teachings is of extreme interest and importance for this group, thus leading to
    practically limitless areas for personal sharing and participation in a "safe"
    atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

    5. spamming is strictly forbidden, and members who abuse the trust of the list
    by spamming will be immediately banned, and their internet service provider
    contacted regarding the nature of the abuse. using email addresses acquired on
    the list to spam members privately is also forbidden. be aware that any
    discussion of a product or service for sale, or of a website designed to sell
    products or services, is forbidden, even if you do not directly profit from such
    a discussion. if you feel that a particular product / service is uniquely
    related to mr. wilcock's work and worthy of discussion, please email a moderator
    privately before making any statements to the group.

    6. discussions that involve drugs and other intoxicating substances,
    pornography, foul language, racial / sexual / national intolerance, hate speech,
    politically subversive acts or planning, will obviously not be tolerated.

    7. "dead text" wastes bandwidth as well as disk space and reading time. also,
    those who subscribe to the digest version are adversely affected by excessively
    and unnecessarily long posts. when replying to a post, please remove all the
    previous text that is not essential to the reply. this does slightly slow down
    the speed with which you may respond to a post, as it requires you to manually
    select this older text, either by dragging the mouse over the text while holding
    down the left-click button or by moving the arrow keys on the keyboard over the
    text while holding down the "shift" key, followed by hitting the "delete" or
    "backspace" key thereafter in either case. every time you respond to a post,
    your dead-text cleanup job should include all the advertising material at the
    end of the post which is automatically added by yahoo each time that a post is
    made. the moderation team may edit or reject posts that violate this guideline.
    it only takes a few extra seconds but it makes a world of difference in the
    quality of our presentation.

    8. personal conversations should be conducted privately. although the majority
    of our members are "lurkers" who do not regularly post, do remember that your
    posts are going out to hundreds of people who may not find private jokes or
    topics beneficial. try to keep posts on topic at all times.

    9. when sharing outside material with the list, please do it in the form of
    links with summary paragraphs. posting long passages (i.e. more than 2 short
    paragraphs) of outside text, regardless of relevance, is prohibited. we do ask
    that you either summarize the content of the link in a paragraph of your own
    words and / or with a single-paragraph excerpt from the text itself. "naked"
    links, i.e. links without summary text, should be avoided, as most members do
    not have the time to blindly research such links. if you are posting scientific
    material that you feel may be uniquely useful to mr. wilcock for his research
    efforts, it is all the more important that you make him aware of what the link
    contains, or else he will likely never inspect it.

    10. membership is subject to approval by the moderation team. candidate members
    who wish to subscribe to the list via a free email service (yahoo!, hotmail,
    etc.) must submit additional information to verify their identity;
    specifically, their full name, address and telephone number. if the provided
    phone number is not in service, the application will not be processed. this
    information will only be used for verification of identity and will not be
    released to any other party for any reason. this way, we prevent the list from
    being exploited for commercial or other purposes not related to our guidelines.

    11. individual posts may be subject to approval by the moderation team. posts
    may be rejected without explanation.

    12. these guidelines are intended to help members participate on the list with
    the least possible degree of difficulties. they do not limit the authority of
    the moderator in any way. this list is private and participation constitutes
    tacit acceptance of that authority, including the authority to accept and reject
    applicants and their posts. while this may seem arbitrary, it is necessary to
    preserve the character and usefulness of the list so that all may enjoy it.

    13. feel free to contact the moderators with questions and concerns.


  5. #5
    asc2k@yahoogroups.com Guest

    Default File - Asc2k Rules.txt


    asc2k: guidelines for participation

    asc2k is a group of individuals who communicate via email on topics related to
    the work of david wilcock. we are all here because we are interested in his work
    and how it relates to other information, personal experiences, etc. group
    dynamics are prone to extremes, and these guidelines seek to define the common
    ground upon which we can have meaningful and informative discussions about
    topics concerning wilcock's work.

    1. participants are asked to keep their posts on topic. possible topics include
    mr. wilcock's written work, personal experiences and thoughts related to that
    work, material upon which mr. wilcock has based his research (ra / the law of
    one, seth, etc. - see the list of recommended reading materials in the "files"
    section), and new scientific / empirical data related to mr. wilcock's research.
    this is not an exhaustive list of proper topics, but it does give one a general
    idea about what is considered "on topic". our intention is that members are here
    to discuss this material and will have read at least a certain amount of the
    ascension2000.com website. many basic philosophical questions and concerns can
    be answered by reading the law of one study guide posted at
    http://ascension2000.com/ra-studyguide.htm. this study guide is a distilled
    document of all major points raised in the law of one series, and is highly
    recommended as a prerequisite for list participation.

    2. your presence in this group comprises a tacit acceptance of our core values
    and beliefs as set forth in mr. wilcock's work and the law of one series from
    l/l research company. while skepticism and critical thinking are always useful
    in the pursuit of knowledge, we cannot have meaningful discussions if we must
    constantly defend our fundamentals against those who choose to disagree. if an
    individual cannot approach the material with an open mind and respectful
    demeanor, they will make others uncomfortable, and in turn may receive
    uncomfortable responses. such skeptics will be unsubscribed from the group if
    their criticism hurts the community spirit of the group.

    3. similarly, the new age, et, metaphysical, and alternative physics communities
    are diverse, popular, and numerous. in order to have worthwhile discussion that
    is beneficial to those who are interested in the material, we must restrict our
    focus to topics that relate to our core mission. members who selfishly use the
    list's common resources without regard for its members' shared interests may be
    unsubscribed. this includes those who insist on promoting / showcasing
    themselves, their own websites, philosophies, products, services or other
    unrelated teachings.

    4. we feel that the law of one represents a complete body of spiritual teaching,
    which becomes increasingly useful the more that it is studied and applied. this
    group is optimally designed for those who have made a free-will decision to
    study the teaching and harmonize their own attitudes and behaviors with it,
    instead of endlessly searching for more "new" teaching to read. be aware that
    mr. wilcock and his associates receive large volumes of email each day, and when
    a person "discovers" a new source of channeling they often email us and ask for
    our opinion. the recommended reading list is a direct result of this broad
    spectrum of feedback, and the vast majority of "popular" channeling is not
    included, and thereby considered off-topic. such material is best discussed on
    other message boards devoted to the study and integration of those particular
    teachings. the question of one's personal journey in integrating the law of one
    teachings is of extreme interest and importance for this group, thus leading to
    practically limitless areas for personal sharing and participation in a "safe"
    atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

    5. spamming is strictly forbidden, and members who abuse the trust of the list
    by spamming will be immediately banned, and their internet service provider
    contacted regarding the nature of the abuse. using email addresses acquired on
    the list to spam members privately is also forbidden. be aware that any
    discussion of a product or service for sale, or of a website designed to sell
    products or services, is forbidden, even if you do not directly profit from such
    a discussion. if you feel that a particular product / service is uniquely
    related to mr. wilcock's work and worthy of discussion, please email a moderator
    privately before making any statements to the group.

    6. discussions that involve drugs and other intoxicating substances,
    pornography, foul language, racial / sexual / national intolerance, hate speech,
    politically subversive acts or planning, will obviously not be tolerated.

    7. "dead text" wastes bandwidth as well as disk space and reading time. also,
    those who subscribe to the digest version are adversely affected by excessively
    and unnecessarily long posts. when replying to a post, please remove all the
    previous text that is not essential to the reply. this does slightly slow down
    the speed with which you may respond to a post, as it requires you to manually
    select this older text, either by dragging the mouse over the text while holding
    down the left-click button or by moving the arrow keys on the keyboard over the
    text while holding down the "shift" key, followed by hitting the "delete" or
    "backspace" key thereafter in either case. every time you respond to a post,
    your dead-text cleanup job should include all the advertising material at the
    end of the post which is automatically added by yahoo each time that a post is
    made. the moderation team may edit or reject posts that violate this guideline.
    it only takes a few extra seconds but it makes a world of difference in the
    quality of our presentation.

    8. personal conversations should be conducted privately. although the majority
    of our members are "lurkers" who do not regularly post, do remember that your
    posts are going out to hundreds of people who may not find private jokes or
    topics beneficial. try to keep posts on topic at all times.

    9. when sharing outside material with the list, please do it in the form of
    links with summary paragraphs. posting long passages (i.e. more than 2 short
    paragraphs) of outside text, regardless of relevance, is prohibited. we do ask
    that you either summarize the content of the link in a paragraph of your own
    words and / or with a single-paragraph excerpt from the text itself. "naked"
    links, i.e. links without summary text, should be avoided, as most members do
    not have the time to blindly research such links. if you are posting scientific
    material that you feel may be uniquely useful to mr. wilcock for his research
    efforts, it is all the more important that you make him aware of what the link
    contains, or else he will likely never inspect it.

    10. membership is subject to approval by the moderation team. candidate members
    who wish to subscribe to the list via a free email service (yahoo!, hotmail,
    etc.) must submit additional information to verify their identity;
    specifically, their full name, address and telephone number. if the provided
    phone number is not in service, the application will not be processed. this
    information will only be used for verification of identity and will not be
    released to any other party for any reason. this way, we prevent the list from
    being exploited for commercial or other purposes not related to our guidelines.

    11. individual posts may be subject to approval by the moderation team. posts
    may be rejected without explanation.

    12. these guidelines are intended to help members participate on the list with
    the least possible degree of difficulties. they do not limit the authority of
    the moderator in any way. this list is private and participation constitutes
    tacit acceptance of that authority, including the authority to accept and reject
    applicants and their posts. while this may seem arbitrary, it is necessary to
    preserve the character and usefulness of the list so that all may enjoy it.

    13. feel free to contact the moderators with questions and concerns.


  6. #6
    asc2k@yahoogroups.com Guest

    Default File - Asc2k Rules.txt


    asc2k: guidelines for participation

    asc2k is a group of individuals who communicate via email on topics related to
    the work of david wilcock. we are all here because we are interested in his work
    and how it relates to other information, personal experiences, etc. group
    dynamics are prone to extremes, and these guidelines seek to define the common
    ground upon which we can have meaningful and informative discussions about
    topics concerning wilcock's work.

    1. participants are asked to keep their posts on topic. possible topics include
    mr. wilcock's written work, personal experiences and thoughts related to that
    work, material upon which mr. wilcock has based his research (ra / the law of
    one, seth, etc. - see the list of recommended reading materials in the "files"
    section), and new scientific / empirical data related to mr. wilcock's research.
    this is not an exhaustive list of proper topics, but it does give one a general
    idea about what is considered "on topic". our intention is that members are here
    to discuss this material and will have read at least a certain amount of the
    ascension2000.com website. many basic philosophical questions and concerns can
    be answered by reading the law of one study guide posted at
    http://ascension2000.com/ra-studyguide.htm. this study guide is a distilled
    document of all major points raised in the law of one series, and is highly
    recommended as a prerequisite for list participation.

    2. your presence in this group comprises a tacit acceptance of our core values
    and beliefs as set forth in mr. wilcock's work and the law of one series from
    l/l research company. while skepticism and critical thinking are always useful
    in the pursuit of knowledge, we cannot have meaningful discussions if we must
    constantly defend our fundamentals against those who choose to disagree. if an
    individual cannot approach the material with an open mind and respectful
    demeanor, they will make others uncomfortable, and in turn may receive
    uncomfortable responses. such skeptics will be unsubscribed from the group if
    their criticism hurts the community spirit of the group.

    3. similarly, the new age, et, metaphysical, and alternative physics communities
    are diverse, popular, and numerous. in order to have worthwhile discussion that
    is beneficial to those who are interested in the material, we must restrict our
    focus to topics that relate to our core mission. members who selfishly use the
    list's common resources without regard for its members' shared interests may be
    unsubscribed. this includes those who insist on promoting / showcasing
    themselves, their own websites, philosophies, products, services or other
    unrelated teachings.

    4. we feel that the law of one represents a complete body of spiritual teaching,
    which becomes increasingly useful the more that it is studied and applied. this
    group is optimally designed for those who have made a free-will decision to
    study the teaching and harmonize their own attitudes and behaviors with it,
    instead of endlessly searching for more "new" teaching to read. be aware that
    mr. wilcock and his associates receive large volumes of email each day, and when
    a person "discovers" a new source of channeling they often email us and ask for
    our opinion. the recommended reading list is a direct result of this broad
    spectrum of feedback, and the vast majority of "popular" channeling is not
    included, and thereby considered off-topic. such material is best discussed on
    other message boards devoted to the study and integration of those particular
    teachings. the question of one's personal journey in integrating the law of one
    teachings is of extreme interest and importance for this group, thus leading to
    practically limitless areas for personal sharing and participation in a "safe"
    atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

    5. spamming is strictly forbidden, and members who abuse the trust of the list
    by spamming will be immediately banned, and their internet service provider
    contacted regarding the nature of the abuse. using email addresses acquired on
    the list to spam members privately is also forbidden. be aware that any
    discussion of a product or service for sale, or of a website designed to sell
    products or services, is forbidden, even if you do not directly profit from such
    a discussion. if you feel that a particular product / service is uniquely
    related to mr. wilcock's work and worthy of discussion, please email a moderator
    privately before making any statements to the group.

    6. discussions that involve drugs and other intoxicating substances,
    pornography, foul language, racial / sexual / national intolerance, hate speech,
    politically subversive acts or planning, will obviously not be tolerated.

    7. "dead text" wastes bandwidth as well as disk space and reading time. also,
    those who subscribe to the digest version are adversely affected by excessively
    and unnecessarily long posts. when replying to a post, please remove all the
    previous text that is not essential to the reply. this does slightly slow down
    the speed with which you may respond to a post, as it requires you to manually
    select this older text, either by dragging the mouse over the text while holding
    down the left-click button or by moving the arrow keys on the keyboard over the
    text while holding down the "shift" key, followed by hitting the "delete" or
    "backspace" key thereafter in either case. every time you respond to a post,
    your dead-text cleanup job should include all the advertising material at the
    end of the post which is automatically added by yahoo each time that a post is
    made. the moderation team may edit or reject posts that violate this guideline.
    it only takes a few extra seconds but it makes a world of difference in the
    quality of our presentation.

    8. personal conversations should be conducted privately. although the majority
    of our members are "lurkers" who do not regularly post, do remember that your
    posts are going out to hundreds of people who may not find private jokes or
    topics beneficial. try to keep posts on topic at all times.

    9. when sharing outside material with the list, please do it in the form of
    links with summary paragraphs. posting long passages (i.e. more than 2 short
    paragraphs) of outside text, regardless of relevance, is prohibited. we do ask
    that you either summarize the content of the link in a paragraph of your own
    words and / or with a single-paragraph excerpt from the text itself. "naked"
    links, i.e. links without summary text, should be avoided, as most members do
    not have the time to blindly research such links. if you are posting scientific
    material that you feel may be uniquely useful to mr. wilcock for his research
    efforts, it is all the more important that you make him aware of what the link
    contains, or else he will likely never inspect it.

    10. membership is subject to approval by the moderation team. candidate members
    who wish to subscribe to the list via a free email service (yahoo!, hotmail,
    etc.) must submit additional information to verify their identity;
    specifically, their full name, address and telephone number. if the provided
    phone number is not in service, the application will not be processed. this
    information will only be used for verification of identity and will not be
    released to any other party for any reason. this way, we prevent the list from
    being exploited for commercial or other purposes not related to our guidelines.

    11. individual posts may be subject to approval by the moderation team. posts
    may be rejected without explanation.

    12. these guidelines are intended to help members participate on the list with
    the least possible degree of difficulties. they do not limit the authority of
    the moderator in any way. this list is private and participation constitutes
    tacit acceptance of that authority, including the authority to accept and reject
    applicants and their posts. while this may seem arbitrary, it is necessary to
    preserve the character and usefulness of the list so that all may enjoy it.

    13. feel free to contact the moderators with questions and concerns.


  7. #7
    asc2k@yahoogroups.com Guest

    Default File - Asc2k Rules.txt


    asc2k: guidelines for participation

    asc2k is a group of individuals who communicate via email on topics related to
    the work of david wilcock. we are all here because we are interested in his work
    and how it relates to other information, personal experiences, etc. group
    dynamics are prone to extremes, and these guidelines seek to define the common
    ground upon which we can have meaningful and informative discussions about
    topics concerning wilcock's work.

    1. participants are asked to keep their posts on topic. possible topics include
    mr. wilcock's written work, personal experiences and thoughts related to that
    work, material upon which mr. wilcock has based his research (ra / the law of
    one, seth, etc. - see the list of recommended reading materials in the "files"
    section), and new scientific / empirical data related to mr. wilcock's research.
    this is not an exhaustive list of proper topics, but it does give one a general
    idea about what is considered "on topic". our intention is that members are here
    to discuss this material and will have read at least a certain amount of the
    ascension2000.com website. many basic philosophical questions and concerns can
    be answered by reading the law of one study guide posted at
    http://ascension2000.com/ra-studyguide.htm. this study guide is a distilled
    document of all major points raised in the law of one series, and is highly
    recommended as a prerequisite for list participation.

    2. your presence in this group comprises a tacit acceptance of our core values
    and beliefs as set forth in mr. wilcock's work and the law of one series from
    l/l research company. while skepticism and critical thinking are always useful
    in the pursuit of knowledge, we cannot have meaningful discussions if we must
    constantly defend our fundamentals against those who choose to disagree. if an
    individual cannot approach the material with an open mind and respectful
    demeanor, they will make others uncomfortable, and in turn may receive
    uncomfortable responses. such skeptics will be unsubscribed from the group if
    their criticism hurts the community spirit of the group.

    3. similarly, the new age, et, metaphysical, and alternative physics communities
    are diverse, popular, and numerous. in order to have worthwhile discussion that
    is beneficial to those who are interested in the material, we must restrict our
    focus to topics that relate to our core mission. members who selfishly use the
    list's common resources without regard for its members' shared interests may be
    unsubscribed. this includes those who insist on promoting / showcasing
    themselves, their own websites, philosophies, products, services or other
    unrelated teachings.

    4. we feel that the law of one represents a complete body of spiritual teaching,
    which becomes increasingly useful the more that it is studied and applied. this
    group is optimally designed for those who have made a free-will decision to
    study the teaching and harmonize their own attitudes and behaviors with it,
    instead of endlessly searching for more "new" teaching to read. be aware that
    mr. wilcock and his associates receive large volumes of email each day, and when
    a person "discovers" a new source of channeling they often email us and ask for
    our opinion. the recommended reading list is a direct result of this broad
    spectrum of feedback, and the vast majority of "popular" channeling is not
    included, and thereby considered off-topic. such material is best discussed on
    other message boards devoted to the study and integration of those particular
    teachings. the question of one's personal journey in integrating the law of one
    teachings is of extreme interest and importance for this group, thus leading to
    practically limitless areas for personal sharing and participation in a "safe"
    atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

    5. spamming is strictly forbidden, and members who abuse the trust of the list
    by spamming will be immediately banned, and their internet service provider
    contacted regarding the nature of the abuse. using email addresses acquired on
    the list to spam members privately is also forbidden. be aware that any
    discussion of a product or service for sale, or of a website designed to sell
    products or services, is forbidden, even if you do not directly profit from such
    a discussion. if you feel that a particular product / service is uniquely
    related to mr. wilcock's work and worthy of discussion, please email a moderator
    privately before making any statements to the group.

    6. discussions that involve drugs and other intoxicating substances,
    pornography, foul language, racial / sexual / national intolerance, hate speech,
    politically subversive acts or planning, will obviously not be tolerated.

    7. "dead text" wastes bandwidth as well as disk space and reading time. also,
    those who subscribe to the digest version are adversely affected by excessively
    and unnecessarily long posts. when replying to a post, please remove all the
    previous text that is not essential to the reply. this does slightly slow down
    the speed with which you may respond to a post, as it requires you to manually
    select this older text, either by dragging the mouse over the text while holding
    down the left-click button or by moving the arrow keys on the keyboard over the
    text while holding down the "shift" key, followed by hitting the "delete" or
    "backspace" key thereafter in either case. every time you respond to a post,
    your dead-text cleanup job should include all the advertising material at the
    end of the post which is automatically added by yahoo each time that a post is
    made. the moderation team may edit or reject posts that violate this guideline.
    it only takes a few extra seconds but it makes a world of difference in the
    quality of our presentation.

    8. personal conversations should be conducted privately. although the majority
    of our members are "lurkers" who do not regularly post, do remember that your
    posts are going out to hundreds of people who may not find private jokes or
    topics beneficial. try to keep posts on topic at all times.

    9. when sharing outside material with the list, please do it in the form of
    links with summary paragraphs. posting long passages (i.e. more than 2 short
    paragraphs) of outside text, regardless of relevance, is prohibited. we do ask
    that you either summarize the content of the link in a paragraph of your own
    words and / or with a single-paragraph excerpt from the text itself. "naked"
    links, i.e. links without summary text, should be avoided, as most members do
    not have the time to blindly research such links. if you are posting scientific
    material that you feel may be uniquely useful to mr. wilcock for his research
    efforts, it is all the more important that you make him aware of what the link
    contains, or else he will likely never inspect it.

    10. membership is subject to approval by the moderation team. candidate members
    who wish to subscribe to the list via a free email service (yahoo!, hotmail,
    etc.) must submit additional information to verify their identity;
    specifically, their full name, address and telephone number. if the provided
    phone number is not in service, the application will not be processed. this
    information will only be used for verification of identity and will not be
    released to any other party for any reason. this way, we prevent the list from
    being exploited for commercial or other purposes not related to our guidelines.

    11. individual posts may be subject to approval by the moderation team. posts
    may be rejected without explanation.

    12. these guidelines are intended to help members participate on the list with
    the least possible degree of difficulties. they do not limit the authority of
    the moderator in any way. this list is private and participation constitutes
    tacit acceptance of that authority, including the authority to accept and reject
    applicants and their posts. while this may seem arbitrary, it is necessary to
    preserve the character and usefulness of the list so that all may enjoy it.

    13. feel free to contact the moderators with questions and concerns.


  8. #8
    asc2k@yahoogroups.com Guest

    Default File - Asc2k Rules.txt


    asc2k: guidelines for participation

    asc2k is a group of individuals who communicate via email on topics related to
    the work of david wilcock. we are all here because we are interested in his work
    and how it relates to other information, personal experiences, etc. group
    dynamics are prone to extremes, and these guidelines seek to define the common
    ground upon which we can have meaningful and informative discussions about
    topics concerning wilcock's work.

    1. participants are asked to keep their posts on topic. possible topics include
    mr. wilcock's written work, personal experiences and thoughts related to that
    work, material upon which mr. wilcock has based his research (ra / the law of
    one, seth, etc. - see the list of recommended reading materials in the "files"
    section), and new scientific / empirical data related to mr. wilcock's research.
    this is not an exhaustive list of proper topics, but it does give one a general
    idea about what is considered "on topic". our intention is that members are here
    to discuss this material and will have read at least a certain amount of the
    ascension2000.com website. many basic philosophical questions and concerns can
    be answered by reading the law of one study guide posted at
    http://ascension2000.com/ra-studyguide.htm. this study guide is a distilled
    document of all major points raised in the law of one series, and is highly
    recommended as a prerequisite for list participation.

    2. your presence in this group comprises a tacit acceptance of our core values
    and beliefs as set forth in mr. wilcock's work and the law of one series from
    l/l research company. while skepticism and critical thinking are always useful
    in the pursuit of knowledge, we cannot have meaningful discussions if we must
    constantly defend our fundamentals against those who choose to disagree. if an
    individual cannot approach the material with an open mind and respectful
    demeanor, they will make others uncomfortable, and in turn may receive
    uncomfortable responses. such skeptics will be unsubscribed from the group if
    their criticism hurts the community spirit of the group.

    3. similarly, the new age, et, metaphysical, and alternative physics communities
    are diverse, popular, and numerous. in order to have worthwhile discussion that
    is beneficial to those who are interested in the material, we must restrict our
    focus to topics that relate to our core mission. members who selfishly use the
    list's common resources without regard for its members' shared interests may be
    unsubscribed. this includes those who insist on promoting / showcasing
    themselves, their own websites, philosophies, products, services or other
    unrelated teachings.

    4. we feel that the law of one represents a complete body of spiritual teaching,
    which becomes increasingly useful the more that it is studied and applied. this
    group is optimally designed for those who have made a free-will decision to
    study the teaching and harmonize their own attitudes and behaviors with it,
    instead of endlessly searching for more "new" teaching to read. be aware that
    mr. wilcock and his associates receive large volumes of email each day, and when
    a person "discovers" a new source of channeling they often email us and ask for
    our opinion. the recommended reading list is a direct result of this broad
    spectrum of feedback, and the vast majority of "popular" channeling is not
    included, and thereby considered off-topic. such material is best discussed on
    other message boards devoted to the study and integration of those particular
    teachings. the question of one's personal journey in integrating the law of one
    teachings is of extreme interest and importance for this group, thus leading to
    practically limitless areas for personal sharing and participation in a "safe"
    atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

    5. spamming is strictly forbidden, and members who abuse the trust of the list
    by spamming will be immediately banned, and their internet service provider
    contacted regarding the nature of the abuse. using email addresses acquired on
    the list to spam members privately is also forbidden. be aware that any
    discussion of a product or service for sale, or of a website designed to sell
    products or services, is forbidden, even if you do not directly profit from such
    a discussion. if you feel that a particular product / service is uniquely
    related to mr. wilcock's work and worthy of discussion, please email a moderator
    privately before making any statements to the group.

    6. discussions that involve drugs and other intoxicating substances,
    pornography, foul language, racial / sexual / national intolerance, hate speech,
    politically subversive acts or planning, will obviously not be tolerated.

    7. "dead text" wastes bandwidth as well as disk space and reading time. also,
    those who subscribe to the digest version are adversely affected by excessively
    and unnecessarily long posts. when replying to a post, please remove all the
    previous text that is not essential to the reply. this does slightly slow down
    the speed with which you may respond to a post, as it requires you to manually
    select this older text, either by dragging the mouse over the text while holding
    down the left-click button or by moving the arrow keys on the keyboard over the
    text while holding down the "shift" key, followed by hitting the "delete" or
    "backspace" key thereafter in either case. every time you respond to a post,
    your dead-text cleanup job should include all the advertising material at the
    end of the post which is automatically added by yahoo each time that a post is
    made. the moderation team may edit or reject posts that violate this guideline.
    it only takes a few extra seconds but it makes a world of difference in the
    quality of our presentation.

    8. personal conversations should be conducted privately. although the majority
    of our members are "lurkers" who do not regularly post, do remember that your
    posts are going out to hundreds of people who may not find private jokes or
    topics beneficial. try to keep posts on topic at all times.

    9. when sharing outside material with the list, please do it in the form of
    links with summary paragraphs. posting long passages (i.e. more than 2 short
    paragraphs) of outside text, regardless of relevance, is prohibited. we do ask
    that you either summarize the content of the link in a paragraph of your own
    words and / or with a single-paragraph excerpt from the text itself. "naked"
    links, i.e. links without summary text, should be avoided, as most members do
    not have the time to blindly research such links. if you are posting scientific
    material that you feel may be uniquely useful to mr. wilcock for his research
    efforts, it is all the more important that you make him aware of what the link
    contains, or else he will likely never inspect it.

    10. membership is subject to approval by the moderation team. candidate members
    who wish to subscribe to the list via a free email service (yahoo!, hotmail,
    etc.) must submit additional information to verify their identity;
    specifically, their full name, address and telephone number. if the provided
    phone number is not in service, the application will not be processed. this
    information will only be used for verification of identity and will not be
    released to any other party for any reason. this way, we prevent the list from
    being exploited for commercial or other purposes not related to our guidelines.

    11. individual posts may be subject to approval by the moderation team. posts
    may be rejected without explanation.

    12. these guidelines are intended to help members participate on the list with
    the least possible degree of difficulties. they do not limit the authority of
    the moderator in any way. this list is private and participation constitutes
    tacit acceptance of that authority, including the authority to accept and reject
    applicants and their posts. while this may seem arbitrary, it is necessary to
    preserve the character and usefulness of the list so that all may enjoy it.

    13. feel free to contact the moderators with questions and concerns.


  9. #9
    asc2k@yahoogroups.com Guest

    Default File - Asc2k Rules.txt


    asc2k: guidelines for participation

    asc2k is a group of individuals who communicate via email on topics related to
    the work of david wilcock. we are all here because we are interested in his work
    and how it relates to other information, personal experiences, etc. group
    dynamics are prone to extremes, and these guidelines seek to define the common
    ground upon which we can have meaningful and informative discussions about
    topics concerning wilcock's work.

    1. participants are asked to keep their posts on topic. possible topics include
    mr. wilcock's written work, personal experiences and thoughts related to that
    work, material upon which mr. wilcock has based his research (ra / the law of
    one, seth, etc. - see the list of recommended reading materials in the "files"
    section), and new scientific / empirical data related to mr. wilcock's research.
    this is not an exhaustive list of proper topics, but it does give one a general
    idea about what is considered "on topic". our intention is that members are here
    to discuss this material and will have read at least a certain amount of the
    ascension2000.com website. many basic philosophical questions and concerns can
    be answered by reading the law of one study guide posted at
    http://ascension2000.com/ra-studyguide.htm. this study guide is a distilled
    document of all major points raised in the law of one series, and is highly
    recommended as a prerequisite for list participation.

    2. your presence in this group comprises a tacit acceptance of our core values
    and beliefs as set forth in mr. wilcock's work and the law of one series from
    l/l research company. while skepticism and critical thinking are always useful
    in the pursuit of knowledge, we cannot have meaningful discussions if we must
    constantly defend our fundamentals against those who choose to disagree. if an
    individual cannot approach the material with an open mind and respectful
    demeanor, they will make others uncomfortable, and in turn may receive
    uncomfortable responses. such skeptics will be unsubscribed from the group if
    their criticism hurts the community spirit of the group.

    3. similarly, the new age, et, metaphysical, and alternative physics communities
    are diverse, popular, and numerous. in order to have worthwhile discussion that
    is beneficial to those who are interested in the material, we must restrict our
    focus to topics that relate to our core mission. members who selfishly use the
    list's common resources without regard for its members' shared interests may be
    unsubscribed. this includes those who insist on promoting / showcasing
    themselves, their own websites, philosophies, products, services or other
    unrelated teachings.

    4. we feel that the law of one represents a complete body of spiritual teaching,
    which becomes increasingly useful the more that it is studied and applied. this
    group is optimally designed for those who have made a free-will decision to
    study the teaching and harmonize their own attitudes and behaviors with it,
    instead of endlessly searching for more "new" teaching to read. be aware that
    mr. wilcock and his associates receive large volumes of email each day, and when
    a person "discovers" a new source of channeling they often email us and ask for
    our opinion. the recommended reading list is a direct result of this broad
    spectrum of feedback, and the vast majority of "popular" channeling is not
    included, and thereby considered off-topic. such material is best discussed on
    other message boards devoted to the study and integration of those particular
    teachings. the question of one's personal journey in integrating the law of one
    teachings is of extreme interest and importance for this group, thus leading to
    practically limitless areas for personal sharing and participation in a "safe"
    atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

    5. spamming is strictly forbidden, and members who abuse the trust of the list
    by spamming will be immediately banned, and their internet service provider
    contacted regarding the nature of the abuse. using email addresses acquired on
    the list to spam members privately is also forbidden. be aware that any
    discussion of a product or service for sale, or of a website designed to sell
    products or services, is forbidden, even if you do not directly profit from such
    a discussion. if you feel that a particular product / service is uniquely
    related to mr. wilcock's work and worthy of discussion, please email a moderator
    privately before making any statements to the group.

    6. discussions that involve drugs and other intoxicating substances,
    pornography, foul language, racial / sexual / national intolerance, hate speech,
    politically subversive acts or planning, will obviously not be tolerated.

    7. "dead text" wastes bandwidth as well as disk space and reading time. also,
    those who subscribe to the digest version are adversely affected by excessively
    and unnecessarily long posts. when replying to a post, please remove all the
    previous text that is not essential to the reply. this does slightly slow down
    the speed with which you may respond to a post, as it requires you to manually
    select this older text, either by dragging the mouse over the text while holding
    down the left-click button or by moving the arrow keys on the keyboard over the
    text while holding down the "shift" key, followed by hitting the "delete" or
    "backspace" key thereafter in either case. every time you respond to a post,
    your dead-text cleanup job should include all the advertising material at the
    end of the post which is automatically added by yahoo each time that a post is
    made. the moderation team may edit or reject posts that violate this guideline.
    it only takes a few extra seconds but it makes a world of difference in the
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    8. personal conversations should be conducted privately. although the majority
    of our members are "lurkers" who do not regularly post, do remember that your
    posts are going out to hundreds of people who may not find private jokes or
    topics beneficial. try to keep posts on topic at all times.

    9. when sharing outside material with the list, please do it in the form of
    links with summary paragraphs. posting long passages (i.e. more than 2 short
    paragraphs) of outside text, regardless of relevance, is prohibited. we do ask
    that you either summarize the content of the link in a paragraph of your own
    words and / or with a single-paragraph excerpt from the text itself. "naked"
    links, i.e. links without summary text, should be avoided, as most members do
    not have the time to blindly research such links. if you are posting scientific
    material that you feel may be uniquely useful to mr. wilcock for his research
    efforts, it is all the more important that you make him aware of what the link
    contains, or else he will likely never inspect it.

    10. membership is subject to approval by the moderation team. candidate members
    who wish to subscribe to the list via a free email service (yahoo!, hotmail,
    etc.) must submit additional information to verify their identity;
    specifically, their full name, address and telephone number. if the provided
    phone number is not in service, the application will not be processed. this
    information will only be used for verification of identity and will not be
    released to any other party for any reason. this way, we prevent the list from
    being exploited for commercial or other purposes not related to our guidelines.

    11. individual posts may be subject to approval by the moderation team. posts
    may be rejected without explanation.

    12. these guidelines are intended to help members participate on the list with
    the least possible degree of difficulties. they do not limit the authority of
    the moderator in any way. this list is private and participation constitutes
    tacit acceptance of that authority, including the authority to accept and reject
    applicants and their posts. while this may seem arbitrary, it is necessary to
    preserve the character and usefulness of the list so that all may enjoy it.

    13. feel free to contact the moderators with questions and concerns.


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    Default File - Asc2k Rules.txt


    asc2k: guidelines for participation

    asc2k is a group of individuals who communicate via email on topics related to
    the work of david wilcock. we are all here because we are interested in his work
    and how it relates to other information, personal experiences, etc. group
    dynamics are prone to extremes, and these guidelines seek to define the common
    ground upon which we can have meaningful and informative discussions about
    topics concerning wilcock's work.

    1. participants are asked to keep their posts on topic. possible topics include
    mr. wilcock's written work, personal experiences and thoughts related to that
    work, material upon which mr. wilcock has based his research (ra / the law of
    one, seth, etc. - see the list of recommended reading materials in the "files"
    section), and new scientific / empirical data related to mr. wilcock's research.
    this is not an exhaustive list of proper topics, but it does give one a general
    idea about what is considered "on topic". our intention is that members are here
    to discuss this material and will have read at least a certain amount of the
    ascension2000.com website. many basic philosophical questions and concerns can
    be answered by reading the law of one study guide posted at
    http://ascension2000.com/ra-studyguide.htm. this study guide is a distilled
    document of all major points raised in the law of one series, and is highly
    recommended as a prerequisite for list participation.

    2. your presence in this group comprises a tacit acceptance of our core values
    and beliefs as set forth in mr. wilcock's work and the law of one series from
    l/l research company. while skepticism and critical thinking are always useful
    in the pursuit of knowledge, we cannot have meaningful discussions if we must
    constantly defend our fundamentals against those who choose to disagree. if an
    individual cannot approach the material with an open mind and respectful
    demeanor, they will make others uncomfortable, and in turn may receive
    uncomfortable responses. such skeptics will be unsubscribed from the group if
    their criticism hurts the community spirit of the group.

    3. similarly, the new age, et, metaphysical, and alternative physics communities
    are diverse, popular, and numerous. in order to have worthwhile discussion that
    is beneficial to those who are interested in the material, we must restrict our
    focus to topics that relate to our core mission. members who selfishly use the
    list's common resources without regard for its members' shared interests may be
    unsubscribed. this includes those who insist on promoting / showcasing
    themselves, their own websites, philosophies, products, services or other
    unrelated teachings.

    4. we feel that the law of one represents a complete body of spiritual teaching,
    which becomes increasingly useful the more that it is studied and applied. this
    group is optimally designed for those who have made a free-will decision to
    study the teaching and harmonize their own attitudes and behaviors with it,
    instead of endlessly searching for more "new" teaching to read. be aware that
    mr. wilcock and his associates receive large volumes of email each day, and when
    a person "discovers" a new source of channeling they often email us and ask for
    our opinion. the recommended reading list is a direct result of this broad
    spectrum of feedback, and the vast majority of "popular" channeling is not
    included, and thereby considered off-topic. such material is best discussed on
    other message boards devoted to the study and integration of those particular
    teachings. the question of one's personal journey in integrating the law of one
    teachings is of extreme interest and importance for this group, thus leading to
    practically limitless areas for personal sharing and participation in a "safe"
    atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.

    5. spamming is strictly forbidden, and members who abuse the trust of the list
    by spamming will be immediately banned, and their internet service provider
    contacted regarding the nature of the abuse. using email addresses acquired on
    the list to spam members privately is also forbidden. be aware that any
    discussion of a product or service for sale, or of a website designed to sell
    products or services, is forbidden, even if you do not directly profit from such
    a discussion. if you feel that a particular product / service is uniquely
    related to mr. wilcock's work and worthy of discussion, please email a moderator
    privately before making any statements to the group.

    6. discussions that involve drugs and other intoxicating substances,
    pornography, foul language, racial / sexual / national intolerance, hate speech,
    politically subversive acts or planning, will obviously not be tolerated.

    7. "dead text" wastes bandwidth as well as disk space and reading time. also,
    those who subscribe to the digest version are adversely affected by excessively
    and unnecessarily long posts. when replying to a post, please remove all the
    previous text that is not essential to the reply. this does slightly slow down
    the speed with which you may respond to a post, as it requires you to manually
    select this older text, either by dragging the mouse over the text while holding
    down the left-click button or by moving the arrow keys on the keyboard over the
    text while holding down the "shift" key, followed by hitting the "delete" or
    "backspace" key thereafter in either case. every time you respond to a post,
    your dead-text cleanup job should include all the advertising material at the
    end of the post which is automatically added by yahoo each time that a post is
    made. the moderation team may edit or reject posts that violate this guideline.
    it only takes a few extra seconds but it makes a world of difference in the
    quality of our presentation.

    8. personal conversations should be conducted privately. although the majority
    of our members are "lurkers" who do not regularly post, do remember that your
    posts are going out to hundreds of people who may not find private jokes or
    topics beneficial. try to keep posts on topic at all times.

    9. when sharing outside material with the list, please do it in the form of
    links with summary paragraphs. posting long passages (i.e. more than 2 short
    paragraphs) of outside text, regardless of relevance, is prohibited. we do ask
    that you either summarize the content of the link in a paragraph of your own
    words and / or with a single-paragraph excerpt from the text itself. "naked"
    links, i.e. links without summary text, should be avoided, as most members do
    not have the time to blindly research such links. if you are posting scientific
    material that you feel may be uniquely useful to mr. wilcock for his research
    efforts, it is all the more important that you make him aware of what the link
    contains, or else he will likely never inspect it.

    10. membership is subject to approval by the moderation team. candidate members
    who wish to subscribe to the list via a free email service (yahoo!, hotmail,
    etc.) must submit additional information to verify their identity;
    specifically, their full name, address and telephone number. if the provided
    phone number is not in service, the application will not be processed. this
    information will only be used for verification of identity and will not be
    released to any other party for any reason. this way, we prevent the list from
    being exploited for commercial or other purposes not related to our guidelines.

    11. individual posts may be subject to approval by the moderation team. posts
    may be rejected without explanation.

    12. these guidelines are intended to help members participate on the list with
    the least possible degree of difficulties. they do not limit the authority of
    the moderator in any way. this list is private and participation constitutes
    tacit acceptance of that authority, including the authority to accept and reject
    applicants and their posts. while this may seem arbitrary, it is necessary to
    preserve the character and usefulness of the list so that all may enjoy it.

    13. feel free to contact the moderators with questions and concerns.


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