Do any Atheists believe in UFOs, Bigfoot, ESP, magick, or Compassionate Conservatism?

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  1. I believe in magic, but not the supernatural definition most people use… I’m open to the idea of life on other planets, but not the visitors from outerspace without some serious proof. Bigfoot is a hoax. ESP is nothing more than a bit of intuition, and psychics have failed every test science has put to them. And Compassionate Conservatism is possible, but VERY rare.
    But then again, I’m an atheist and a Pagan. 😀

  2. The only thing we have in common is that we don’t believe in God.
    as for me:
    UFOs- maybe there’s life on other planets, but I don’t think they are dropping by every other day
    Bigfoot – highly unlikely, but not impossible. Nothing supernatural about it.
    ESP – would be nice, but the evidence is not convincing.
    Magick – no way
    Compassionate Conservatism – There may be such a thing, but you won’t find it in the Bush family.

  3. READ THIS PLEASE!!!
    God didn’t mention it in the bible because he left it as a mystery for us. The Bible isn’t an encyclopedia! You have to read it like a mystery book.
    By the way, if you’re Atheist, why do you read the Bible?
    Hope this helps.
    By the way, Bigfoot isn’t real. Magic: Psychic, not like wands or anything. Also I beleive in reading minds, telepathy, etc. but not Harry Potter stuff. Compassionate Conservatism is as real as the war in Iraq.

  4. Myths, myths and more myths! The sad thing is that with all the myths out there we haven’t even tapped the resource that is our own intuition.

  5. To be honest, I see no connection at all among all the things you quoted…Yet, I do believe in UFOs and intelligent forms of life on other Planets.

  6. I dont believe in UFO’s or Bigfoot (outside the jerky commercial) or any of that garbage.
    I do believe that the word “fundy” means “leftist” because its the leftists who take the core of the new testament, like “love your enemy”, literally.
    “Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth” — this is a core leftist tenet. Leftist morality is Jesus, and Jesus is leftist morality. Conservatives have to get creative to exstol their more pragmatic view of the world and yet claim to be Christian.

  7. Extraterrestrial life? Sure, but if they’re intelligent enough to build spaceships they’re smart enough to get the heck away. Bigfoot? Maybe, there could be an undiscovered ape or primate. ESP? No. Magick? Personally no. That last thing? Yeah, it’s man made so you can choose to follow it or not.

  8. THESE ALLEGED A-THEISTS ARE VERY ILL PEOPLE AND NOT ATHEISTS AT ALL. THEIR VERY AGGRESSIVE AND VICIOUS NATURE IS SYMPTOMATIC OF THEIR PATHOLOGY. WHY DO YOU WANT TO FEED INTO THAT?
    YOU REALLY SHOULD BE ENCOURAGING TREATMENT AND NOT ENABLING THEIR CONDITON.

  9. I can’t speak for ALL atheists…
    I don’t believe in UFO’s … Bigfoot… magic or magick…
    ESP … eh, not convinced about this one – but there’s some possibilities of this
    Compassionate Conservatism… (had to look this one up) … sounds like an interesting political possibility – but right now, it’s too tied up with the Christian coalitions in the U.S. to work for everyone.

  10. Being an experienced athiest and brought up in an unreligious environment, I find a need to belive in something. Bigfoot doesnt work for me and magick is a little vague. UFO’s are possible – look at the American coverup of the 40/50’s. Conservatism stinks and I doubt that any be able to show compassion. So as a total unbeliever of the immaterial I have to turn to materialism and worship the only truth these days – money. Sad but true.

  11. I am not sure what one has to do with the other…. You can have all of those things without God in the picture so I would say that it is definitely not against there religion (or lack of) to believe in those things.

  12. Probably not after the crushing blow of Santa and the Easter bunny when they were little. That must have traumatized them for life. So sad.

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