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Derveni papyrus

The Derveni papyrus is an ancient Greek papyrus roll that was found in 1962. It is a philosophical treatise that is an allegorical commentary on an Orphic poem, a theogony concerning the birth of the gods, produced in the circle of the philosopher Anaxagoras in the second half of the 5th century BC, making it "the most important new piece of evidence about Greek philosophy and religion to come to light since the Renaissance" (Janko 2005). It dates to around 340 BC, during the reign of Philip II of Macedon, making it Europe's oldest surviving manuscript. It was finally published in 2006.
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The text is a commentary on a hexameter poem ascribed to Orpheus. Fragments of the poem are quoted. The poem begins with the words "Close the doors, you uninitiated", a famous admonition to secrecy, recounted by Plato. The theogony described in the poem has Nyx (Night) give birth to Heaven (Uranus), who becomes the first king. Cronus follows and takes the kingship from Uranus, but he is likewise succeeded by Zeus.
Zeus, having "heard oracles from his father", goes to the sanctuary of Night, who tells him "all the oracles which afterwards he was to put into effect." Upon hearing them, Zeus "swallowed the phallus [of the king Uranus] who first had ejaculated the brilliance of heaven."
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so far uranus /z\ has not become orientated in our past history
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The Sun, Moon and Star being a common and reoccurring theme.

[link to 4.bp.blogspot.com]

:)
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Maybe some sort of agreement between those countries? Like a signet or seal between them?
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that one of the group has to much sway in how the others affairs are expressed

maybe
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Most likely it is a common attraction to those symbols.

They are also found in the 'religions' and/or cultural beliefs of a region as well.


What is a common attractor?

hmm
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you are correct
don`t know but there will be one
i imagine the american reason will tell a lot
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Because the five-pointed star that nowadays represents the U.S.A. is an ancient symbol for the whole, harmonious human being, which Masons transmitted from the oldest occult tradition into the iconography of freedom.

America's founding pentacle may well be the one in the lower right corner of George Washington's symbol-spangled Masonic stonecutter's apron. The Marquis de Lafayette presented this ritual garment to Washington in 1784 -- just after the end of the war for self-determination that the Frenchman had helped the Americans win, and shortly before Lafayette went on to help spark the French Revolution. Like so many of the revolutionaries on either side of the Atlantic who fought to become citizens rather than subjects, both Washington and Lafayette were initiates of the international fraternity of Freemasonry................
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[link to oldenwilde.org]
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Afternoon Everyone :) :hugs:

echfrc2

Interesting dream and thoughts lately about de-magnetizing

All the gates and doors flew open in my dream as I approached them when I de-magnetized hmm still pondering on how this occurred as that part is fuzzy

eyezit

and CJ does this sort of fit your actave scheme you got a picture of ?

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Pentagrams were used as an important religious symbol by the Babylonians and by the Pythagoreans in ancient Greece. Pentagrams are used today as a symbol of faith by many Neopagans, akin to the use of the cross by Christians and the Star of David by Jews, and may be found in jewelry incorporating the symbol. Several faiths also associate the pentagram with magic. Christians in the past commonly used the pentagram to represent the five wounds of Jesus, and it has associations with Freemasonry
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

looks like everyone has a spin on it 1dunno1
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Platonic and Archimedean solids and such plane figures as the Pentagram were powerful tools of Applied Magic. The Age of Reason banished such configurations to the realm of superstition: their power was denied. Orthogonality prevailed, being rational and very earthbound.
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In mathematics, orthogonality is the relation of two lines at right angles to one another (perpendicularity), and the generalization of this relation into n dimensions; and to a variety of mathematical relations thought of as describing non-overlapping, uncorrelated, or independent objects of some kind. In computer science, orthogonality is the ability to use arbitrary combinations of different features with consistent meanings.
The concept of orthogonality has been broadly generalized in mathematics, science, and engineering, especially since the beginning of the 16th century. Much of it has involved the concepts of mathematical functions, calculus, and linear algebra.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

the mechanistic universe was born /z\
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perhaps the clearest un-deliberate essence of a math-matical reflective grammatical fopar,,

a closed circuit understanding,, reflects thus,,

the outcome,, is always within the perspective deliberative answer,, by design,,

much love,,
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perhaps the clearest un-deliberate essence of a math-matical reflective grammatical fopar,,

a closed circuit understanding,, reflects thus,,

the outcome,, is always within the perspective deliberative answer,, by design,,

much love,,
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How is a circuit closed? As it is a delivery system. Transition in effect. Does the tv or computer stop its effects when you turn them off?
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Platonic and Archimedean solids and such plane figures as the Pentagram were powerful tools of Applied Magic. The Age of Reason banished such configurations to the realm of superstition: their power was denied. Orthogonality prevailed, being rational and very earthbound.
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In mathematics, orthogonality is the relation of two lines at right angles to one another (perpendicularity), and the generalization of this relation into n dimensions; and to a variety of mathematical relations thought of as describing non-overlapping, uncorrelated, or independent objects of some kind. In computer science, orthogonality is the ability to use arbitrary combinations of different features with consistent meanings.
The concept of orthogonality has been broadly generalized in mathematics, science, and engineering, especially since the beginning of the 16th century. Much of it has involved the concepts of mathematical functions, calculus, and linear algebra.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

the mechanistic universe was born /z\
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Mechanistic systems are only limited by mode of measurement and the need for some conciousnesses to stop to reflect.

This ride don't stop, everyones free to spin.
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Pentagrams were used as an important religious symbol by the Babylonians and by the Pythagoreans in ancient Greece. Pentagrams are used today as a symbol of faith by many Neopagans, akin to the use of the cross by Christians and the Star of David by Jews, and may be found in jewelry incorporating the symbol. Several faiths also associate the pentagram with magic. Christians in the past commonly used the pentagram to represent the five wounds of Jesus, and it has associations with Freemasonry
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

looks like everyone has a spin on it 1dunno1
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As we are encapsulated in this form, the form is used to echo the force and counterforce of skein.
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I love the insanity/creativity when it comes to these remixes :D

to continue in the pirate theme!
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Pentagrams were used as an important religious symbol by the Babylonians and by the Pythagoreans in ancient Greece. Pentagrams are used today as a symbol of faith by many Neopagans, akin to the use of the cross by Christians and the Star of David by Jews, and may be found in jewelry incorporating the symbol. Several faiths also associate the pentagram with magic. Christians in the past commonly used the pentagram to represent the five wounds of Jesus, and it has associations with Freemasonry
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

looks like everyone has a spin on it 1dunno1
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As we are encapsulated in this form, the form is used to echo the force and counterforce of skein.
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Like this?

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I like this one too...
[link to upload.wikimedia.org]

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the closed circuit mentioned,, simply referenced a recognised reflective paradimme,, regarding the current science belief parameters,,

the slight of mental comfort designs within such parameters,,

ironically,, this echoes prof sweets findings within a closed circuit enviroment,,

luminous reflects regardless of a barium enriched enviroment,, hence we alter the outcome by design,,

much love,,
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the closed circuit mentioned,, simply referenced a recognised reflective paradimme,, regarding the current science belief parameters,,

the slight of mental comfort designs within such parameters,,

ironically,, this echoes prof sweets findings within a closed circuit enviroment,,

luminous reflects regardless of a barium enriched enviroment,, hence we alter the outcome by design,,

much love,,
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I'm just saying there is no such thing. Unless it is our choice to be within a recycling phenomenon as a system check for applicable ennui or self imposed despair for the sake of it.


I hear Lawrence routinely paid Turks to beat and infiltrate him due to some 'thrill' he recieved upon interrogation in the good old days.

Infiltration indeed.
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all pain can of course,, become a pleasure by indifferent acceptance,,

as can all energy,, greator be known,, too be positive by receptive ingress,,


the individual radio may tune towards any frequenceny.. and thus alter polarity,, regardess of the intentional original out-put transmission..

imaj-in all negatives literally morphiing into possitive's,,


perhaps a sado masu-cists nightmare,,,



a mirror that alters all lumnious,, too only positive,,

by design,,


much love,,
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all pain can of course,, become a pleasure by indifferent acceptance,,

as can all energy,, greator be known,, too be positive by receptive ingress,,


the individual radio may tune towards any frequenceny.. and thus alter polarity,, regardess of the intentional original out-put transmission..

imaj-in all negatives literally morphiing into possitive's,,


perhaps a sado masu-cists nightmare,,,



a mirror that alters all lumnious,, too only positive,,

by design,,


much love,,
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Positives and negatives are biases imposed upon us. - (negative) was ineptly named as the inert side of the polarity process.

Nothing is true. Everything is allowed.

The imposition of self inquisition is that of always a half truth.
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yet the alternater exists,,

much love,,
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Pentagrams were used as an important religious symbol by the Babylonians and by the Pythagoreans in ancient Greece. Pentagrams are used today as a symbol of faith by many Neopagans, akin to the use of the cross by Christians and the Star of David by Jews, and may be found in jewelry incorporating the symbol. Several faiths also associate the pentagram with magic. Christians in the past commonly used the pentagram to represent the five wounds of Jesus, and it has associations with Freemasonry
 Quoting: observations

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

looks like everyone has a spin on it 1dunno1
 Quoting: aether


As we are encapsulated in this form, the form is used to echo the force and counterforce of skein.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Like this?

[link to www.anselm.edu]

I like this one too...
[link to upload.wikimedia.org]

tounge
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Looking at the inner pentagons and the overall distortion of cube makes me think. The 45 and 90 degree revolutions are also interesting.


Oh the 9's
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My only pertinent question is : What am I trying to remember? And why would I willingly obfuscate it.
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The pentagram is one of the oldest markings known to humankind, apparently discovered by astronomical research in the Tigris-Euphrates region of the Middle East as far back as 6000 B.C.E. Isolated pentagrams have been found in Israel, in layers dating to 4000 B.C.E. It then shows up among the Sumerians, with the five points believed by scholars to represent either the four corners of the earth and "the vault of heaven," or the five visible planets of the night sky: Jupiter, Mercury, Mars, Saturn, and Venus (with Venus a representative of the Queen of Heaven). Most scholars tend to dismiss the first theory as far fetched, but it is difficult to ascertain exactly what the pentagram meant to ancient peoples due to the lack of thorough documentation. In fact, there is no clear evidence on how the pentagram was used, especially after Sumer, until around 400 B.C.E. and the rise of Pythagorean mysticism
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[link to www.newworldencyclopedia.org]

Tigris-Euphrates region = Mesopotamia

The Ubaid period (ca. 6500 to 3800 BC) is a prehistoric period of Mesopotamia.

Ubaid culture is characterized by large village settlements, characterized by multi-roomed rectangular mud-brick houses and the appearance of the first temples of public architecture in Mesopotamia, with a growth of a two tier settlement hierarchy of centralized large sites of more than 10 hectares surrounded by smaller village sites of less than 1 hectare. Domestic equipment included a distinctive fine quality buff or greenish colored pottery decorated with geometric designs in brown or black paint; tools such as sickles were often made of hard fired clay in the south. But in the north, stone and sometimes metal were used.
During the Ubaid Period [5000 B.C.– 4000 B.C.], the movement towards urbanization began. "Agriculture and animal husbandry [domestication] were widely practiced in sedentary communities." There were also tribes that practiced domesticating animals as far north as Turkey, and as far sou [link to en.wikipedia.org] as the Zagros Mountains.........
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i wonder why it is assumed that for at least 6000 years before greek was imagined the pentagram was used for any differing reason than why the greeks used it
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Makes me think of the earths elliptical orbit around the sun as well as the moon around the earth and it actually having an ellipsoid shape to the magnetic/harmonic field and not spherical . hmm
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Makes me think of the earths elliptical orbit around the sun as well as the moon around the earth and it actually having an ellipsoid shape to the magnetic/harmonic field and not spherical . hmm
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that is remarkable
i have been looking at this for about 30 mins thinking does it fit to post now
cos it just arrived
now it does

I was recently asked by someone deeply skeptical of EU why, if Venus, Earth, Mars and Saturn were new arrivals, they had stabilized their orbits so quickly. I explained that he was thinking in terms only of gravity, and he countered that if these planets had stabilized, why had comets not stabilized into circular orbits. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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First show them that even in the gravity only model, we must have had recent major changes in our solar system. Tom VanFlandern (one of the great gravity-only mechanics guys), showed how after changes to the solar system, nearly circular orbits are stable, objects in highly elliptical orbits have few chances to interact, but objects in intermediate orbits are quickly swept up by the sun, or ejected from our solar system. He argued that since we have so many comets in relatively short period orbits, that have yet not been swept up or ejected, this is evidence of recent formation of these objects. Notice that even if there was a supply of new comets from the "Oort Cloud", that would not help explain the existence of these RETURNING comets. So we have, even in the gravity only model, a need for recent changes to our solar system.
It may be easier to show someone the EU ideas, after they see that even in the gravity only model, the idea of our solar system being stable for millions of years, just does not work. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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This just randomly came up and I thought I would share...



The Ebla tablets are a collection of as many as 1800 complete clay tablets, 4700 fragments and many thousand minor chips found in the palace archives of the ancient city of Ebla, Syria. The tablets were discovered by Italian archaeologist Paolo Matthiae and his team in 1974–75during their excavations at the ancient city of Tell Mardikh. The tablets, which were found in situ on collapsed shelves, retained many of their contemporary clay tags to help reference them.

They all date to the period between ca. 2500 BC and the destruction of the city ca. 2250 BC


The tablets provide a wealth of information on Syria and Canaan in the Early Bronze Age, and include the first known references to the "Canaanites", "Ugarit", and "Lebanon".
The contents of the tablets reveal that Ebla was a major trade center. A main focus was economic records, inventories recording Ebla's commercial and political relations with other Levantine cities and logs of the city's import and export activities. For example, they reveal that Ebla produced a range of beers, including one that appears to be named "Ebla", for the city. Ebla was also responsible for the development of a sophisticated trade network system between city-states in northern Syria.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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My only pertinent question is : What am I trying to remember? And why would I willingly obfuscate it.
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Reminds me of...Could God make a rock so heavy that even he could not lift it?

I pondered on this for a while some months ago and thought to myself that perhaps 'Eternity' gets somewhat boring. To amuse the GodSelf, it could create a type of game, or a puzzle, of which we are all a part of, and place pieces and breadcrumb all around over the centuries and millenia which one could find and add to the 'pile', if you will...

So I wondered, could God create a puzzle so difficult that even God could not put it back together without the help from all of us?

A stipulation on Gods own plan perhaps...

IceFlame

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Makes me think of the earths elliptical orbit around the sun as well as the moon around the earth and it actually having an ellipsoid shape to the magnetic/harmonic field and not spherical . hmm
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that is remarkable
i have been looking at this for about 30 mins thinking does it fit to post now
cos it just arrived
now it does

I was recently asked by someone deeply skeptical of EU why, if Venus, Earth, Mars and Saturn were new arrivals, they had stabilized their orbits so quickly. I explained that he was thinking in terms only of gravity, and he countered that if these planets had stabilized, why had comets not stabilized into circular orbits.
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First show them that even in the gravity only model, we must have had recent major changes in our solar system. Tom VanFlandern (one of the great gravity-only mechanics guys), showed how after changes to the solar system, nearly circular orbits are stable, objects in highly elliptical orbits have few chances to interact, but objects in intermediate orbits are quickly swept up by the sun, or ejected from our solar system. He argued that since we have so many comets in relatively short period orbits, that have yet not been swept up or ejected, this is evidence of recent formation of these objects. Notice that even if there was a supply of new comets from the "Oort Cloud", that would not help explain the existence of these RETURNING comets. So we have, even in the gravity only model, a need for recent changes to our solar system.
It may be easier to show someone the EU ideas, after they see that even in the gravity only model, the idea of our solar system being stable for millions of years, just does not work.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


tounge that was the direction my dream led me in last night so I have been looking at models of ellipsoids and the harmonics today while cleaning and it has to do with the magnetic field and demagnetizing
and think if the earth spins with a wobble on its axis how can it have a stablized orbit in a spherical shape ?

this is one model I came across that when I viewed it it looked right according to what I seen last night

[link to ars.els-cdn.com]

All planetary bodies like the Earth rotate causing centrifugal effect! The result is an equilibrium figure of ellipsoidal type. A natural representation of the planetary bodies and their gravity fields has therefore to be in terms of ellipsoidal harmonics and ellipsoidal wavelets, an approximation of its gravity field which is three times faster convergent when compared to the "ruling the world" spherical harmonics and spherical wavelets. Freeden et al. (1998, 2004). Here, various effects are treated when considering the Earth to be "ellipsoidal": > Sections 2 and > 3 start the chapter with the celebrated ellipsoidal Dirichlet and ellipsoidal Stokes (to first order) boundary-value problems. > Section 4 is devoted to the definition and representation of the ellipsoidal vertical deflections in gravity space,

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[link to www.springerreference.com]

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Spirituality must be lived, not just studied. All the books in the world will NOT help us if we do not live what we learn.

"You can lead a person to knowledge, but You can't make them think"

"It is Balance That I seek"

"Somewhere beyond our ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing,
there is a Garden , The Balance. I’ll meet you there."

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“The heart and mind must be brought into perfect equilibrium before true thinking or true spirituality can be attained. The highest function of the mind is reason; the highest function of the heart is intuition, a sensing process not necessitating the normal working of the mind.” ~Manly P. Hall

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My only pertinent question is : What am I trying to remember? And why would I willingly obfuscate it.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Reminds me of...Could God make a rock so heavy that even he could not lift it?

I pondered on this for a while some months ago and thought to myself that perhaps 'Eternity' gets somewhat boring. To amuse the GodSelf, it could create a type of game, or a puzzle, of which we are all a part of, and place pieces and breadcrumb all around over the centuries and millenia which one could find and add to the 'pile', if you will...

So I wondered, could God create a puzzle so difficult that even God could not put it back together without the help from all of us?

A stipulation on Gods own plan perhaps...

:IceFlame:

:)
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No, because both solution and problem reside side by side to allow the required motivation.
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My only pertinent question is : What am I trying to remember? And why would I willingly obfuscate it.
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Reminds me of...Could God make a rock so heavy that even he could not lift it?

I pondered on this for a while some months ago and thought to myself that perhaps 'Eternity' gets somewhat boring. To amuse the GodSelf, it could create a type of game, or a puzzle, of which we are all a part of, and place pieces and breadcrumb all around over the centuries and millenia which one could find and add to the 'pile', if you will...

So I wondered, could God create a puzzle so difficult that even God could not put it back together without the help from all of us?

A stipulation on Gods own plan perhaps...

IceFlame

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


No, because both solution and problem reside side by side to allow the required motivation.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


tounge

So God's not a gamer?


Alright then...so the question is, why would one willing obscure from themselves that which they are attempting to remember?

hmm

I would assume to protect ones perceptions of their 'reality'...

Or a will to have it be 'remembered' slowly. As too much, too fast is dangerous...

That's my guess.

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My only pertinent question is : What am I trying to remember? And why would I willingly obfuscate it.
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Reminds me of...Could God make a rock so heavy that even he could not lift it?

I pondered on this for a while some months ago and thought to myself that perhaps 'Eternity' gets somewhat boring. To amuse the GodSelf, it could create a type of game, or a puzzle, of which we are all a part of, and place pieces and breadcrumb all around over the centuries and millenia which one could find and add to the 'pile', if you will...

So I wondered, could God create a puzzle so difficult that even God could not put it back together without the help from all of us?

A stipulation on Gods own plan perhaps...

:IceFlame:

:)
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No, because both solution and problem reside side by side to allow the required motivation.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


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So God's not a gamer?


Alright then...so the question is, why would one willing obscure from themselves that which they are attempting to remember?

hmm

I would assume to protect ones perceptions of their 'reality'...

Or a will to have it be 'remembered' slowly. As too much, too fast is dangerous...

That's my guess.

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What are you to your own conciousness? Do you institute others checks and balances.

The word as virus.
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My only pertinent question is : What am I trying to remember? And why would I willingly obfuscate it.
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Reminds me of...Could God make a rock so heavy that even he could not lift it?

I pondered on this for a while some months ago and thought to myself that perhaps 'Eternity' gets somewhat boring. To amuse the GodSelf, it could create a type of game, or a puzzle, of which we are all a part of, and place pieces and breadcrumb all around over the centuries and millenia which one could find and add to the 'pile', if you will...

So I wondered, could God create a puzzle so difficult that even God could not put it back together without the help from all of us?

A stipulation on Gods own plan perhaps...

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No, because both solution and problem reside side by side to allow the required motivation.
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So God's not a gamer?


Alright then...so the question is, why would one willing obscure from themselves that which they are attempting to remember?

hmm

I would assume to protect ones perceptions of their 'reality'...

Or a will to have it be 'remembered' slowly. As too much, too fast is dangerous...

That's my guess.

:)
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Why play a game when you reside in both the question and answer?
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What are you to your own conciousness? Do you institute others checks and balances.

The word as virus.
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You mean as individuation from or as a part of?

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