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Dis anyone read the link from the post at top of this page ? It really was worth reading...


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Interesting article
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Dis anyone read the link from the post at top of this page ? It really was worth reading...


peace
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Hello :)

I don't have the time to read in-depth posts on Friday's and Saturday's because of the amount of driving etc I do.

I've just read it and yes it is very interesting! Start following the links etc in the comments as well, it gets even bigger and even more interesting thumbs
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Hi ASM,
just read the link and the link it provides lots of great stuff. came across the Phill Schneider stuff a while back so interesting to see it being referenced again. lots of stuff there. thanks for posting
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Dis anyone read the link from the post at top of this page ? It really was worth reading...


peace
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Yes, I did...very interesting indeed!
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Name and place of hell
The term hell is cognate to "hole" (cavern) and "hollow". It is a substantive formed from the Anglo-Saxon helan or behelian, "to hide". This verb has the same primitive as the Latin occulere and celare and the Greek kalyptein. Thus by derivation hell denotes a dark and hidden place. In ancient Norse mythology Hel is the ill-favoured goddess of the underworld. Only those who fall in battle can enter Valhalla; the rest go down to Hel in the underworld, not all, however, to the place of punishment of criminals.

The Catholic Version!

And of course we all know where protestants derived from...right! 11:11
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Good morning all,

I'm basking in the overcast rainy-ness of our monsoon season, lol. Finally, a reprieve from the hellish heat.

Speaking of which, I had no idea about the origins of the word hell...thanks for sharing! I'm terribly familiar with Norse mythology, but the bolded text definitely makes you think.

I'm not sure what 11:11 refers to...can you fill me in?
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I had a heart-to-heart with my husband last night and we've finally made a decision about our youngest son...I'm going to homeschool him for the most part next year. The decision was difficult for a variety of reasons, not the least of which we were planning on my starting back to work next year to supplement our income. I've shared some of this with you guys in the past, but our son had a really rough kindergarten experience last year. He was in a school for gifted kids and was still stagnating. Even his teacher agreed that 95% of what was covered last year was stuff he'd mastered a long time ago. Even so, they refused to let him skip grades, put him on a formal education plan or modify his curriculum in a meaningful way. We fought for him every step of the way last year only to accomplish very little and get branded as crazy, pushy parents by the administration.

I'm so nervous but relieved that we've made a decision. Our district has a program that I'm really excited about where he'll learn in a classroom one day a week for subjects such and art, music and lab sciences (things that are difficult to teach at home). I'll teach him at home for the other 4 days. Since he's still part of the district I'll get most of my curriculum supplies "for free" (through our tax dollars, lol). I've also found an active group of other homeschool families in our area so he'll get plenty of social interaction.

Just wanted to share with you guys...any input or experience with homeschooling would be welcome and appreciated!

hf
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I hope nobody got knocked off the internet because of the virus?
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I had no chance of being kicked off :)
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I had a heart-to-heart with my husband last night and we've finally made a decision about our youngest son...I'm going to homeschool him for the most part next year. The decision was difficult for a variety of reasons, not the least of which we were planning on my starting back to work next year to supplement our income. I've shared some of this with you guys in the past, but our son had a really rough kindergarten experience last year. He was in a school for gifted kids and was still stagnating. Even his teacher agreed that 95% of what was covered last year was stuff he'd mastered a long time ago. Even so, they refused to let him skip grades, put him on a formal education plan or modify his curriculum in a meaningful way. We fought for him every step of the way last year only to accomplish very little and get branded as crazy, pushy parents by the administration.

I'm so nervous but relieved that we've made a decision. Our district has a program that I'm really excited about where he'll learn in a classroom one day a week for subjects such and art, music and lab sciences (things that are difficult to teach at home). I'll teach him at home for the other 4 days. Since he's still part of the district I'll get most of my curriculum supplies "for free" (through our tax dollars, lol). I've also found an active group of other homeschool families in our area so he'll get plenty of social interaction.

Just wanted to share with you guys...any input or experience with homeschooling would be welcome and appreciated!

hf
 Quoting: thinkingoutsidetherhombus


Hi TOTR I think homeschooling is a great idea and there are so many communities etc all over the country you can plug into. I know there were some good threads on GLP about the subject that I saw a while back, maybe you can advance search to pull them up. I think one talked about public schools as a prison and it led to links to some very interesting communities involved in HS.

Also check John taylor gatto on why public schools are damaging to kids and also google ken robinson and his talk about education given at Ted.

If I come across anything I will be sure to post
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Hi Guys,

I want to share something with you, but a little shy, yes I can be :) to. I feel we are a community here and would love your thoughts on it. Have to say it shock me up a bit.
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I hope nobody got knocked off the internet because of the virus?
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Good Morning Rhombus,

I'm glad to hear of your taking the children out of public school, I don't know their age but interaction with other children can be good and bad

Look up 11:11, it's the time i posted the post and has a relevant meaning, I'll be erasing my messages daily!

Find the thread that mentions the water, the radiation, and chemtrails, I think i told everyone about this way early on in this thread,"i know i did", Don't ask just find it, Not U!

edit to add; it has a green pin on the main board
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I took a look at the green pinned threads and didn't see anything that fit, but I'll search in a bit and see what I can find.
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I had a heart-to-heart with my husband last night and we've finally made a decision about our youngest son...I'm going to homeschool him for the most part next year. The decision was difficult for a variety of reasons, not the least of which we were planning on my starting back to work next year to supplement our income. I've shared some of this with you guys in the past, but our son had a really rough kindergarten experience last year. He was in a school for gifted kids and was still stagnating. Even his teacher agreed that 95% of what was covered last year was stuff he'd mastered a long time ago. Even so, they refused to let him skip grades, put him on a formal education plan or modify his curriculum in a meaningful way. We fought for him every step of the way last year only to accomplish very little and get branded as crazy, pushy parents by the administration.

I'm so nervous but relieved that we've made a decision. Our district has a program that I'm really excited about where he'll learn in a classroom one day a week for subjects such and art, music and lab sciences (things that are difficult to teach at home). I'll teach him at home for the other 4 days. Since he's still part of the district I'll get most of my curriculum supplies "for free" (through our tax dollars, lol). I've also found an active group of other homeschool families in our area so he'll get plenty of social interaction.

Just wanted to share with you guys...any input or experience with homeschooling would be welcome and appreciated!

hf
 Quoting: thinkingoutsidetherhombus


Hi TOTR I think homeschooling is a great idea and there are so many communities etc all over the country you can plug into. I know there were some good threads on GLP about the subject that I saw a while back, maybe you can advance search to pull them up. I think one talked about public schools as a prison and it led to links to some very interesting communities involved in HS.

Also check John taylor gatto on why public schools are damaging to kids and also google ken robinson and his talk about education given at Ted.

If I come across anything I will be sure to post
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Thanks, Anon...I feel pretty good about our decision. Both of the people you mentioned have a very good grasp on the reality of public education in the US. When I taught in the public schools I was much younger and more idealistic. It's true that one teacher can make a difference in a child's life, but the system in which they work is broken and beyond repair. Without a total overhaul I'm afraid there truly is no hope for public education.
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Hi Guys,

I want to share something with you, but a little shy, yes I can be :) to. I feel we are a community here and would love your thoughts on it. Have to say it shock me up a bit.
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Of course you can share...what's up?
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[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

I really feel that there's something to this...
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[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

I really feel that there's something to this...
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i see you found it
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Lol, really? It didn't occur to me that you were talking about this one...I just ran across it and it felt like truth to me.
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[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

I really feel that there's something to this...
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wow that thread was powerful. thanks for posting
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Possibly a very interesting video...


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Yes, it was very, very interesting. Still trying to wrap my head around this thought.


peace
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I was making ice cream while I watched it and I nearly scorched the custard because I was so engrossed. There's no way what this guy found is a coincidence.
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i'm sitting here wondering or am i in wonder

sometimes i'm irrational then other times rational

sometimes radical then sometimes sensitive

these emotions are divisive as in division..still part of the 6th which WE all must experience

i spoke dates yet them/they never told me dates

this was the me wanting to be the one with explosive first hand info, .--.

i spoke many times on this issue...

for those from the beginning... read what i posted many times....what they tell me is not for me but for WE the like-minded

i will still write here till the end... as they tell me you can dissiminate and discern what is truth.

if you made a disk..revert back .... all of it will be there.. it wasn't me per-se writing most of it,
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Hi Rocky,
I asked you about that a long time ago, if someone was speaking through you some of the time. I have to agree, it's like you're two different people sometimes!
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Possibly a very interesting video...


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Yes, it was very, very interesting. Still trying to wrap my head around this thought.


peace
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I was making ice cream while I watched it and I nearly scorched the custard because I was so engrossed. There's no way what this guy found is a coincidence.
 Quoting: thinkingoutsidetherhombus


pretty wild, so their description of the afterlife was in plain sight, lol. wow
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Hi Guys,

I want to share something with you, but a little shy, yes I can be :) to. I feel we are a community here and would love your thoughts on it. Have to say it shock me up a bit.
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Of course you can share...what's up?
 Quoting: thinkingoutsidetherhombus


So a poster on another thread was offering readings, so I thought why not let me see what they have to say. As you all know I am not sure if I believe in past lives, but below in green is what they said and the part in blue was my response to it. What do you guys think my reaction was intense.

So the first thing that comes to mind here is that you've been repeatedly killed for the same thing... heresy of one kind or another.

Once, you were Pope... strangled for heresy... ostensibly. Really to make room for another Pope. But hey, Popes aren't political, right?

* * * *

Another lifetime you are executed for heresy when you refused to send your daughter to become a nun. You knew well that the nuns were being raped by the priests and refused to send her.

* * * *

You were executed for heresy for being a Hindu who arrived in Muslim lands. As a non-muslim who could not pay your tax, you were found guilty of heresy to your religion and stoned.


* * * *

It's interesting, this recurring theme of heresy that... wasn't really heresy at all. Always devout yet never so according to the common dictates. As if you always pay the price for having morals...
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Wow Sandi, Thank you. I don't know why, but as I read what you wrote I started shaking a bit, I still am. If you can, and understand totally if you can't, how do you think this may play out in my life now and what I could do to take those past experience, avoid the noose, so to speak this time, and use them in a positive way. Wow I can barely type this I am shaking so much.

Isn't it interesting that such simple statements can bring on a visceral reaction? You were ready to hear this, but it isn't easy, I know.

It's time for you to harvest the fruits of remaining faithful. For each of these experiences was a test to you. But there's something that you're missing, and I'll tell you what that is.

You have passed the test. Again and again, you have passed the test.

So my question to you, and the question for your lifetime this time around is this... why must you keep testing yourself when you've already passed the test?

Look at your life, as it is, as it was... why do you keep testing?

You have the option this time around to step out and have the rewards of your continued faithfulness to your soul's highest calling.

But you must be willing to control your thoughts and cease to let the predominant thought be "Do I deserve it?"

The answer has been 'yes' every time and still you ask the question!

So now when your mind continuously asks you this question, you have an answer to give it. Next time you want the last brownie and think "I don't deserve it", change your tune.

Perhaps the hardest thing for humans to say is, "Yes, I do deserve it."

I just as well tell you that you built the Taj Mahal.

And yet, time and again you've proven your faithfulness, yet time and again you ask if you deserve it. For the love of all things holy, child, what would it take for you to deserve it; you were one of the most pious popes of all time and started cleaning house and were killed for it, and you STILL aren't worthy?

Think about that very seriously. Why your stubborn aversion to accepting the idea to answering the question "Are you faithful to what is right and true" with "yes"? How long before it's okay for you to take that last brownie??

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Rocky I'm not sure why you're deleting all your posts but any chance of stopping? You've said some things in the past that may help me out now but when I go back I see you've deleted your posts so I don't know what you said.

Can you remember what you said on p397 about the voice on the call?
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Hi Guys,

I want to share something with you, but a little shy, yes I can be :) to. I feel we are a community here and would love your thoughts on it. Have to say it shock me up a bit.
 Quoting: anon2121416 19327764


Of course you can share...what's up?
 Quoting: thinkingoutsidetherhombus


So a poster on another thread was offering readings, so I thought why not let me see what they have to say. As you all know I am not sure if I believe in past lives, but below in green is what they said and the part in blue was my response to it. What do you guys think my reaction was intense.

So the first thing that comes to mind here is that you've been repeatedly killed for the same thing... heresy of one kind or another.

Once, you were Pope... strangled for heresy... ostensibly. Really to make room for another Pope. But hey, Popes aren't political, right?

* * * *

Another lifetime you are executed for heresy when you refused to send your daughter to become a nun. You knew well that the nuns were being raped by the priests and refused to send her.

* * * *

You were executed for heresy for being a Hindu who arrived in Muslim lands. As a non-muslim who could not pay your tax, you were found guilty of heresy to your religion and stoned.


* * * *

It's interesting, this recurring theme of heresy that... wasn't really heresy at all. Always devout yet never so according to the common dictates. As if you always pay the price for having morals...
.
 


Wow Sandi, Thank you. I don't know why, but as I read what you wrote I started shaking a bit, I still am. If you can, and understand totally if you can't, how do you think this may play out in my life now and what I could do to take those past experience, avoid the noose, so to speak this time, and use them in a positive way. Wow I can barely type this I am shaking so much.

Isn't it interesting that such simple statements can bring on a visceral reaction? You were ready to hear this, but it isn't easy, I know.

It's time for you to harvest the fruits of remaining faithful. For each of these experiences was a test to you. But there's something that you're missing, and I'll tell you what that is.

You have passed the test. Again and again, you have passed the test.

So my question to you, and the question for your lifetime this time around is this... why must you keep testing yourself when you've already passed the test?

Look at your life, as it is, as it was... why do you keep testing?

You have the option this time around to step out and have the rewards of your continued faithfulness to your soul's highest calling.

But you must be willing to control your thoughts and cease to let the predominant thought be "Do I deserve it?"

The answer has been 'yes' every time and still you ask the question!

So now when your mind continuously asks you this question, you have an answer to give it. Next time you want the last brownie and think "I don't deserve it", change your tune.

Perhaps the hardest thing for humans to say is, "Yes, I do deserve it."

I just as well tell you that you built the Taj Mahal.

And yet, time and again you've proven your faithfulness, yet time and again you ask if you deserve it. For the love of all things holy, child, what would it take for you to deserve it; you were one of the most pious popes of all time and started cleaning house and were killed for it, and you STILL aren't worthy?

Think about that very seriously. Why your stubborn aversion to accepting the idea to answering the question "Are you faithful to what is right and true" with "yes"? How long before it's okay for you to take that last brownie??


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Wow, that's really cool! Does what she said ring true to you?
I don't know where you get your delusions, laser brain.
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Hi Guys,

I want to share something with you, but a little shy, yes I can be :) to. I feel we are a community here and would love your thoughts on it. Have to say it shock me up a bit.
 Quoting: anon2121416 19327764


Of course you can share...what's up?
 Quoting: thinkingoutsidetherhombus


So a poster on another thread was offering readings, so I thought why not let me see what they have to say. As you all know I am not sure if I believe in past lives, but below in green is what they said and the part in blue was my response to it. What do you guys think my reaction was intense.

So the first thing that comes to mind here is that you've been repeatedly killed for the same thing... heresy of one kind or another.

Once, you were Pope... strangled for heresy... ostensibly. Really to make room for another Pope. But hey, Popes aren't political, right?

* * * *

Another lifetime you are executed for heresy when you refused to send your daughter to become a nun. You knew well that the nuns were being raped by the priests and refused to send her.

* * * *

You were executed for heresy for being a Hindu who arrived in Muslim lands. As a non-muslim who could not pay your tax, you were found guilty of heresy to your religion and stoned.


* * * *

It's interesting, this recurring theme of heresy that... wasn't really heresy at all. Always devout yet never so according to the common dictates. As if you always pay the price for having morals...
.
 


Wow Sandi, Thank you. I don't know why, but as I read what you wrote I started shaking a bit, I still am. If you can, and understand totally if you can't, how do you think this may play out in my life now and what I could do to take those past experience, avoid the noose, so to speak this time, and use them in a positive way. Wow I can barely type this I am shaking so much.

Isn't it interesting that such simple statements can bring on a visceral reaction? You were ready to hear this, but it isn't easy, I know.

It's time for you to harvest the fruits of remaining faithful. For each of these experiences was a test to you. But there's something that you're missing, and I'll tell you what that is.

You have passed the test. Again and again, you have passed the test.

So my question to you, and the question for your lifetime this time around is this... why must you keep testing yourself when you've already passed the test?

Look at your life, as it is, as it was... why do you keep testing?

You have the option this time around to step out and have the rewards of your continued faithfulness to your soul's highest calling.

But you must be willing to control your thoughts and cease to let the predominant thought be "Do I deserve it?"

The answer has been 'yes' every time and still you ask the question!

So now when your mind continuously asks you this question, you have an answer to give it. Next time you want the last brownie and think "I don't deserve it", change your tune.

Perhaps the hardest thing for humans to say is, "Yes, I do deserve it."

I just as well tell you that you built the Taj Mahal.

And yet, time and again you've proven your faithfulness, yet time and again you ask if you deserve it. For the love of all things holy, child, what would it take for you to deserve it; you were one of the most pious popes of all time and started cleaning house and were killed for it, and you STILL aren't worthy?

Think about that very seriously. Why your stubborn aversion to accepting the idea to answering the question "Are you faithful to what is right and true" with "yes"? How long before it's okay for you to take that last brownie??


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Wow, that's really cool! Does what she said ring true to you?
 Quoting: thinkingoutsidetherhombus


I have to say when I read what she wrote my whole body started shaking, and I was barely able to type my response in blue. So something is up. why would I start shaking? any ideas


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