Religion and Spiritualism

1711 Submissions

[3] viXra:1711.0397 [pdf] submitted on 2017-11-24 03:18:06

On Preparation of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ

Authors: Victor Christianto
Comments: 7 Pages. This article was writen under guidance of Holy Spirit

God call me in Oct. 2009 as His prophet in order to prepare so many people in His body of churches and nations for the End of Times. Before that, God asked me three times: "Do you love Me? Then shepherd My lambs." And I replied, "Yes, God. You know that I love You." At the time, I remembered that classic conversation between Jesus and Peter in John chapter 21. I tried to see how the relation of Jesus's question to Peter and God's question to me, but it is mystery. Initially, I was so enthusiastic with this unexpected job from God to become His prophet, and at the time, a part of me said that it is a very rare job offer.
Category: Religion and Spiritualism

[2] viXra:1711.0261 [pdf] submitted on 2017-11-10 11:22:22

A Letter to Myself

Authors: Sai Venkatesh Balasubramanian
Comments: 6 Pages.

The following is a useful briefing of the most essential facts of life.
Category: Religion and Spiritualism

[1] viXra:1711.0117 [pdf] submitted on 2017-11-02 17:40:06

The Free Coding Manifesto

Authors: Adam Lucas Young
Comments: 80 Pages. Copyright (c) 2017 Adam L. Young. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License (

Working-class coders and vulnerability researchers the world over are subject to prior restraints on their speech imposed by the institutions they work for. The restraints are in the form of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) and employment contracts that are typically enforced using a process called pre-publication censorship. Industrial pre-publication censorship chills contributions of source code to society and chills the publication of vulnerabilities found in code that has been given to society. This has a harmful effect on the depth, breadth, and information assurance of society's foundation of code. Restrictions on the human spirit call for new liberties to be defined and upheld. This manifesto defines Freedom A and Freedom B as follows. Freedom A: you have the freedom to write code and give it to society under conditions of your choosing. Freedom B: you have the freedom to write and publish, under conditions of your choosing, a critique or documentation of code that has been given to society. Free coding is defined as Freedom A and Freedom B. Obstructions to free coding are identified and measures are presented to uphold free coding. The measures presented include a proposed corporate policy that balances institutional equities with personal liberty, a software license term tailored after Freedom B, and an experimental free coding software license. Utilitarian, philosophical, and theological foundations of free coding are given. Obstructions to free coding form a subset of the problem of knowledge hoarding. I present my interpretations of the Book of Genesis, namely, the Original Command and the Original Paradox. I believe that these interpretations reveal the root of the problem of knowledge hoarding.
Category: Religion and Spiritualism