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    Well is it?
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    (Original post by lumpycustard)
    Well is it?
    why yes it is..... shut up you fool!
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    (Original post by germ666)
    why yes it is..... shut up you fool!
    so how is that??? i was only askin, no need to go insultin!
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    It was based on Plato's Analogy of the cave i think. When one begins in a state of Eikasia (illusion) and struggles to move onto Pistis (intelligence) and then there are 2 other stages that i have forgotton...but you end up at Noesis (enlightment)--where Neo ends up.
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    yeah its a bit of a mis mash really. christianity and buddhism
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    (Original post by MattG)
    yeah its a bit of a mis mash really. christianity and buddhism
    i was tlakin2ma christian mate about it and she said the neo is an anagram of the 'one' (god) trinity represents the holy trinity and the story of having the world run or somethin means somethin (i get confused)

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