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Yeah, aether needs to check with the Thunderbolts group.

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He must still be popped outafro
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lol
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He's doing his superman thing. ;)
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superman



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I guess the knowledgeable ones can check that thought out and tell us for surehf
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Yeah, aether needs to check with the Thunderbolts group.

grinning
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He must still be popped outafro
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rofl
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Yeah, aether needs to check with the Thunderbolts group.

grinning
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He must still be popped outafro
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lol
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He's doing his superman thing. ;)
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I thought I just saw a cape pop bytounge
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He must still be popped outafro
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lol
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He's doing his superman thing. ;)
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superman



hunter
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You guys are too funny
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lol
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He's doing his superman thing. ;)
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superman



hunter
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You guys are too funny
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hes back
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He's doing his superman thing. ;)
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superman



hunter
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You guys are too funny
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hes back
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:ahh:
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I guess the knowledgeable ones can check that thought out and tell us for surehf
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Yeah, aether needs to check with the Thunderbolts group.

grinning
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He must still be popped outafro
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i was popped out
letting the rush flow through me like wind through trees

being prompted that Eucharist may take on differing meaning
feels like those within the church saw the significance in relation to shamanism

Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, and the Church of the East teach that the reality (the "substance") of the elements of bread and wine is wholly changed into the literal body and blood of Jesus Christ, while the appearances (the "species") remain. Transubstantiation is the term used by Roman Catholics to denote what is changed, not to explain how the transformation occurs, since the Catholic Church teaches that "the signs of bread and wine become, in a way surpassing understanding, the Body and Blood of Christ" [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: observation


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superman



hunter
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You guys are too funny
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hes back
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:ahh:
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ahh. Bruce Leebanana2
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On an entirely unrelated note...

I have been pondering on this image for the last 3 days or so, due to androgyny being a reoccurring topic.

I find it curious that St. John was depicted so feminine...

[link to img291.imageshack.us]

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I guess the knowledgeable ones can check that thought out and tell us for surehf
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Yeah, aether needs to check with the Thunderbolts group.

grinning
 Quoting: Septenary Man


He must still be popped outafro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4824672


i was popped out
letting the rush flow through me like wind through trees

being prompted that Eucharist may take on differing meaning
feels like those within the church saw the significance in relation to shamanism

Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, and the Church of the East teach that the reality (the "substance") of the elements of bread and wine is wholly changed into the literal body and blood of Jesus Christ, while the appearances (the "species") remain. Transubstantiation is the term used by Roman Catholics to denote what is changed, not to explain how the transformation occurs, since the Catholic Church teaches that "the signs of bread and wine become, in a way surpassing understanding, the Body and Blood of Christ"
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


and they consume the body and blood of Christ. some visualize cannibalism and some dont
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I guess the knowledgeable ones can check that thought out and tell us for surehf
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Yeah, aether needs to check with the Thunderbolts group.

grinning
 Quoting: Septenary Man


He must still be popped outafro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4824672


i was popped out
letting the rush flow through me like wind through trees

being prompted that Eucharist may take on differing meaning
feels like those within the church saw the significance in relation to shamanism

Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, and the Church of the East teach that the reality (the "substance") of the elements of bread and wine is wholly changed into the literal body and blood of Jesus Christ, while the appearances (the "species") remain. Transubstantiation is the term used by Roman Catholics to denote what is changed, not to explain how the transformation occurs, since the Catholic Church teaches that "the signs of bread and wine become, in a way surpassing understanding, the Body and Blood of Christ"
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


I know i'm being redundant. But, all alien pilots are buddhas.

What did they say we'd look like when viewed through the fish eye lens of time distortion.

Aliens?
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Yeah, aether needs to check with the Thunderbolts group.

grinning
 Quoting: Septenary Man


He must still be popped outafro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4824672


i was popped out
letting the rush flow through me like wind through trees

being prompted that Eucharist may take on differing meaning
feels like those within the church saw the significance in relation to shamanism

Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, and the Church of the East teach that the reality (the "substance") of the elements of bread and wine is wholly changed into the literal body and blood of Jesus Christ, while the appearances (the "species") remain. Transubstantiation is the term used by Roman Catholics to denote what is changed, not to explain how the transformation occurs, since the Catholic Church teaches that "the signs of bread and wine become, in a way surpassing understanding, the Body and Blood of Christ"
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


and they consume the body and blood of Christ. some visualize cannibalism and some dont
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Synchy. They were discussing this this morning on the radio. Bread and wine and how it is 'literally' supposed to be Jesus.

My immediate thought was, 'Isn't that cannibalism?"

That's a pretty good synch.
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I guess the knowledgeable ones can check that thought out and tell us for surehf
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Yeah, aether needs to check with the Thunderbolts group.

grinning
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i `ll check but light does not possess particles
and what is labeled "photons" are of +/- charge so i`m not sure what is within light to becomes affects by a magnetic field
an electric field would affect light i imagine

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Yeah, aether needs to check with the Thunderbolts group.

grinning
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He must still be popped outafro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4824672


i was popped out
letting the rush flow through me like wind through trees

being prompted that Eucharist may take on differing meaning
feels like those within the church saw the significance in relation to shamanism

Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, and the Church of the East teach that the reality (the "substance") of the elements of bread and wine is wholly changed into the literal body and blood of Jesus Christ, while the appearances (the "species") remain. Transubstantiation is the term used by Roman Catholics to denote what is changed, not to explain how the transformation occurs, since the Catholic Church teaches that "the signs of bread and wine become, in a way surpassing understanding, the Body and Blood of Christ"
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


and they consume the body and blood of Christ. some visualize cannibalism and some dont
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34238586


I touched on that the other day...


It is the nature of the beast and reflective of its creations.

They who cannibalize one another.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


That reminds me of something another said to me many months ago. I believe it was regarding the Eucharist as essentially being a ritual representing cannibalism.

Being the body and blood of Christ.

However, I believe he also mentioned, that by consuming anything we are still essentially cannibalizing ourselves due to, everything being 'one' I believe...

Or something similar.


As I was discussing my loss of appetite at the time, and my appetite for only apples. He remarked that he had experienced something similar. Afterward having a different relationship with food which led into the above conversation.
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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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I guess the knowledgeable ones can check that thought out and tell us for surehf
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Yeah, aether needs to check with the Thunderbolts group.

grinning
 Quoting: Septenary Man


i `ll check but light does not possess particles
and what is labeled "photons" are of +/- charge so i`m not sure what is within light to becomes affects by a magnetic field
an electric field would affect light i imagine
 Quoting: aether


hmm. I know when the light shines thru my house dust particles floating in the air can be seen where as unseen till the light shines to see it
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Time is the perceived linearity of sequenced 'events'. Just made that up, so...
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If 2013 is literally supposed to be the gateway to plenty I better concentrate on the key to expedite the dispensing of the loaves and fishes.
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If 2013 is literally supposed to be the gateway to plenty I better concentrate on the key to expedite the dispensing of the loaves and fishes.
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What is this key you speak of?
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Time is the perceived linear sequence of 'events'. Just made that up, so...
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Time is an artificial construct we have woven meaning to to allow meaning to flow into our perspective (where we sit).

Flux conduit
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If 2013 is literally supposed to be the gateway to plenty I better concentrate on the key to expedite the dispensing of the loaves and fishes.
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What is this key you speak of?
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lol. was gonna ask too
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Time is the perceived linear sequence of 'events'. Just made that up, so...
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Time is an artificial construct we have woven meaning to to allow meaning to flow into our perspective (where we sit).

Flux conduit
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goodnews
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I'm off to burger king to do an Elvis.

Till later.
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Time is the perceived linear sequence of 'events'. Just made that up, so...
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Time is an artificial construct we have woven meaning to to allow meaning to flow into our perspective (where we sit).

Flux conduit
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


what artificial time frame are you gonna find the key?
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I'm off to burger king to do an Elvis.

Till later.
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You read about the horse meat, right?blink
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On an entirely unrelated note...

I have been pondering on this image for the last 3 days or so, due to androgyny being a reoccurring topic.

I find it curious that St. John was depicted so feminine...

[link to img291.imageshack.us]

scratching
 Quoting: Seer777


He was also considered 'beloved', which to me sounds like a female. Could of been a female spirit in a mans body or two-spirited.1dunno1
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He must still be popped outafro
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i was popped out
letting the rush flow through me like wind through trees

being prompted that Eucharist may take on differing meaning
feels like those within the church saw the significance in relation to shamanism

Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, and the Church of the East teach that the reality (the "substance") of the elements of bread and wine is wholly changed into the literal body and blood of Jesus Christ, while the appearances (the "species") remain. Transubstantiation is the term used by Roman Catholics to denote what is changed, not to explain how the transformation occurs, since the Catholic Church teaches that "the signs of bread and wine become, in a way surpassing understanding, the Body and Blood of Christ"
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


I know i'm being redundant. But, all alien pilots are buddhas.

What did they say we'd look like when viewed through the fish eye lens of time distortion.

Aliens?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


...


and they consume the body and blood of Christ. some visualize cannibalism and some dont
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34238586


Sychy. They were discussing this this morning on the radio. Bread and wine and how it is 'literally' supposed to be Jesus.

My immediate thought was, 'Isn't that cannibalism?"

That's a pretty good synch.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


The acidic and the alkaline. Transformation and transsubstantiation.

Maybe we are remembering where we left the key to the 'time' machine.

What is time but linearly placed segments which allow our conciousness to make sense of totality.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Time to order one with everything.
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are you gonna request unicorns instead of horse meattounge
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With rainbow sprinkles instead of sesame seeds.
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With rainbow sprinkles instead of sesame seeds.
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afro
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On an entirely unrelated note...

I have been pondering on this image for the last 3 days or so, due to androgyny being a reoccurring topic.

I find it curious that St. John was depicted so feminine...

[link to img291.imageshack.us]

scratching
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He was also considered 'beloved', which to me sounds like a female. Could of been a female spirit in a mans body or two-spirited.1dunno1
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The image is definitely feminine.

Even the way he appears to be holding 'him'self. Covering if you will, the breast area.

I don't know anything about St. John, but I am being continually prompted to return to this image over the last few days.

hmm
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are you gonna request unicorns instead of horse meattounge
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Horsemeat scandal: PM says criminals will face law
13 February 2013
[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

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