Guidelines for Posting in this Thread

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Guidelines for Posting in this Thread

Unread post by EMFWebmaster » Fri Jun 06, 2008 5:22 am

For those who hold a positive experience of RSE -
This is the ONLY place on EMF where supportive based posts regarding RSE will be allowed.
This also means that all posts with a supportive viewpoint of the RSE will be moved to this page.
If you are an RSE supporter , including family members or friends of current or former RSE member who wants to share your experience
or debate issues related to RSE then this EMF page has been created primarily for you,
and your opportunity to post without fear of ridicule or intimidation.
This means tolerance and respect from all posters for what may be diverse and controversial differences of opinion.
As in keeping with our stated purpose for this website, posts that attempt to use EMF as a proselytizing tool for RSE will be deleted without notice.
JZ Knight/Ramtha quotes may be deleted without notice.
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Re: Guidelines for Posting in this Thread

Unread post by Interested » Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:39 am

freemysoul should probably have a look at this again :roll:

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Re: Guidelines for Posting in this Thread

Unread post by freemysoul » Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:52 am

I have read, and know this guideline by heart Interested, I would suggest instead of glossing over what you want to highlight and use as justification for your actions, that you re read it. The part about posts proselytizing being deleted without notice in particular.

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