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motive and topics
there is always a topic that will alter a village
a town, a city, a state, a country,
always
now we are globalized in communication there will be a topic that alters all people
cos there always is
it always happens
it always does

i like that
 Quoting: Fancy 3151715


two topics work global
people themselves
that which affects people

motive

what would you wish all people to express
or
motive is
steer people irrespective of their expression because..........

many options after that

so lets stick with first motive

what would you wish all people to express
something that made them all comfortable
something they liked expressing

i like that /z\
 Quoting: aether


yes
that is 2 different ways of looking at the same topic

steering irrespective of expression by default means feeding their expression to maintain steering without their expression
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mechanical
mass production
mechanistic universe
feels like a good fit /z\
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...


two topics work global
people themselves
that which affects people

motive

what would you wish all people to express
or
motive is
steer people irrespective of their expression because..........

many options after that

so lets stick with first motive

what would you wish all people to express
something that made them all comfortable
something they liked expressing

i like that /z\
 Quoting: aether


yes
that is 2 different ways of looking at the same topic

steering irrespective of expression by default means feeding their expression to maintain steering without their expression
 Quoting: aether


mechanical
mass production
mechanistic universe
feels like a good fit /z\
 Quoting: aether


and
for 400 years our science and our religious leadership have enshrined mechanistic into universal law
maintaining their traditional status by societies common agreement
their duty
whilst streamlining their expression of their duty into mass production practice befitting of the scale their centralizing authority ever became due to societies ever increasing mobility prompted by scientific discovery
thus larger populations (empires) became common thus mechanistic belief increased in usefulness

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yes
that is 2 different ways of looking at the same topic

steering irrespective of expression by default means feeding their expression to maintain steering without their expression
 Quoting: aether


mechanical
mass production
mechanistic universe
feels like a good fit /z\
 Quoting: aether


and
for 400 years our science and our religious leadership have enshrined mechanistic into universal law
maintaining their traditional status by societies common agreement
their duty
whilst streamlining their expression of their duty into mass production practice befitting of the scale their centralizing authority ever became due to societies ever increasing mobility prompted by scientific discovery
thus larger populations (empires) became common thus mechanistic belief increased in usefulness
 Quoting: aether


so we are at the peak of mechanistic belief because there is not larger population than our now globalized population
thus
this population is the population mechanistic belief was designed for. as in:
everybody
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mechanical
mass production
mechanistic universe
feels like a good fit /z\
 Quoting: aether


and
for 400 years our science and our religious leadership have enshrined mechanistic into universal law
maintaining their traditional status by societies common agreement
their duty
whilst streamlining their expression of their duty into mass production practice befitting of the scale their centralizing authority ever became due to societies ever increasing mobility prompted by scientific discovery
thus larger populations (empires) became common thus mechanistic belief increased in usefulness
 Quoting: aether


so we are at the peak of mechanistic belief because there is not larger population than our now globalized population
thus
this population is the population mechanistic belief was designed for. as in:
everybody
 Quoting: aether


in the absence of anything better
who in authority, in the best interest of all , would not vote for mechanization belief to control everybody
because
how can you control everyone without mechanistic belief as law when you are the law with duty to maintain order (control) in law
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and
for 400 years our science and our religious leadership have enshrined mechanistic into universal law
maintaining their traditional status by societies common agreement
their duty
whilst streamlining their expression of their duty into mass production practice befitting of the scale their centralizing authority ever became due to societies ever increasing mobility prompted by scientific discovery
thus larger populations (empires) became common thus mechanistic belief increased in usefulness
 Quoting: aether


so we are at the peak of mechanistic belief because there is not larger population than our now globalized population
thus
this population is the population mechanistic belief was designed for. as in:
everybody
 Quoting: aether


in the absence of anything better
who in authority, in the best interest of all , would not vote for mechanization belief to control everybody
because
how can you control everyone without mechanistic belief as law when you are the law with duty to maintain order (control) in law
 Quoting: aether


it is that simple inside the room labeled " master of earth in law"

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so we are at the peak of mechanistic belief because there is not larger population than our now globalized population
thus
this population is the population mechanistic belief was designed for. as in:
everybody
 Quoting: aether


in the absence of anything better
who in authority, in the best interest of all , would not vote for mechanization belief to control everybody
because
how can you control everyone without mechanistic belief as law when you are the law with duty to maintain order (control) in law
 Quoting: aether


it is that simple inside the room labeled " master of earth in law"
 Quoting: aether


so we know
that motive 1



two topics work global
people themselves
that which affects people

motive

what would you wish all people to express
or
motive is
steer people irrespective of their expression because..........

many options after that

so lets stick with first motive

what would you wish all people to express
something that made them all comfortable
something they liked expressing


i like that /z\
 Quoting: aether


must satisfy the practicalities of motive 2
the mechanistic demand that order be maintained

i understand that


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we are in good shape tounge
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Just saw this in a book


Picture two cones pointing each other like an hourglass
Top= extra significance
Bottom= intrasignificance
Point in middle=map

Extra codes
Thematic
Topic
Historical
Rhetorical
Utilitarian

Intra codes
Iconic
Linguistic
Tectonic
Temporal
Presentational

Hmmm
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in the absence of anything better
who in authority, in the best interest of all , would not vote for mechanization belief to control everybody
because
how can you control everyone without mechanistic belief as law when you are the law with duty to maintain order (control) in law

it is that simple inside the room labeled " master of earth in law"
 Quoting: aether


the good news is within our secret societies of military/scientific might in our 21st century we have men that recognize the value of listening to women whom possess, on merit, the same degree of authority as men do
and
we are enjoying women administrating within the key department at the top of our pyramid, the department labeled "masters of universe", the cosmology department tounge
 Quoting: aether


the good news is
master of earth in law
is under the jurisdiction of
the maters of universe dept.
so
what the masters of universe hand down to the master in law must make practical sense to the master in law otherwise there is no point in giving it
but
as long as it is practical in application
the master accepts it
as duty demands

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Just saw this in a book


Picture two cones pointing each other like an hourglass
Top= extra significance
Bottom= intrasignificance
Point in middle=map

Extra codes
Thematic
Topic
Historical
Rhetorical
Utilitarian

Intra codes
Iconic
Linguistic
Tectonic
Temporal
Presentational

Hmmm
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funny labels to apply to a pinch symbol (hourglass)
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The world's most sensitive plasmon resonance sensor inspired by ancient Roman cup


Utilizing optical characteristics first demonstrated by the ancient Romans, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have created a novel, ultra-sensitive tool for chemical, DNA, and protein analysis.
“With this device, the nanoplasmonic spectroscopy sensing, for the first time, becomes colorimetric sensing, requiring only naked eyes or ordinary visible color photography,” explained Logan Liu, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering and of bioengineering at Illinois.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.nanowerk.com]
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Surface plasmon polaritons are surface electromagnetic waves that propagate in a direction parallel to the metal/dielectric (or metal/vacuum) interface. Since the wave is on the boundary of the metal and the external medium (air or water for example), these oscillations are very sensitive to any change of this boundary, such as the adsorption of molecules to the metal surface.
 Quoting: observation


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it is only metal surface that those exist
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Wow.

Did you read through Sept's thread aether? Amazing conversation there.

One of the best threads I have read in a while.

cool2
 Quoting: Seer777


Holy shit. As 0 would say, they are SO FAST! I was prompted to re-read the thread from this post Seer. Amazing. I feel like a dumbass, lmao! There were things in there that were brilliantly woven with the finest threads. Absolutely wonderful to look back and 'see'.
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Wow.

Did you read through Sept's thread aether? Amazing conversation there.

One of the best threads I have read in a while.

cool2
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Holy shit. As 0 would say, they are SO FAST! I was prompted to re-read the thread from this post Seer. Amazing. I feel like a dumbass, lmao! There were things in there that were brilliantly woven with the finest threads. Absolutely wonderful to look back and 'see'.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


You have mail.

:)
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Who turned up the synch?

ozbanana



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Wow.

Did you read through Sept's thread aether? Amazing conversation there.

One of the best threads I have read in a while.

cool2
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Holy shit. As 0 would say, they are SO FAST! I was prompted to re-read the thread from this post Seer. Amazing. I feel like a dumbass, lmao! There were things in there that were brilliantly woven with the finest threads. Absolutely wonderful to look back and 'see'.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


:)
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Who turned up the synch?

ozbanana



tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Seer777
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Who turned up the synch?

ozbanana



tounge
 Quoting: Seer777



 Quoting: aether


O.o


That guy looks like Kane...


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Who turned up the synch?

ozbanana



tounge
 Quoting: Seer777



 Quoting: aether


O.o


That guy looks like Kane...


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


i agree now i see
bad taste damned movie

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the wind picked up
- ? Nus.

-You Hold Witness I Witness

As if he could, by himself, say:
_Alive, therefore life itself.
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Lol, poltergeists and canopic jars. External localities with the capacity to become batteries for the displaced.

Feeling those fields is chilling if not disturbing once their web has reactively sapped what walks through it.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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O.o


That guy looks like Kane...


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


i agree now i see
bad taste damned movie
 Quoting: aether


lol.

The first one was brilliant.

The second not so much. The third hardly worth mentioning...


Have you heard of the Poltergeist curse?


The "Poltergeist curse" is a rumor of a supposed curse attached to the Poltergeist trilogy and its crew, derived from the fact that four cast members died in the six years between the releases of the first and third films.

The rumor is often fueled by the fact that real cadavers were used as props in various scenes of Poltergeist and Poltergeist II



Dominique Dunne, who played the eldest daughter Dana in the first movie, died on November 4, 1982 at age 22 after being strangled by her abusive former boyfriend John Thomas Sweeney. He was convicted of voluntary manslaughter and sentenced to six years in prison, but was paroled after serving three and a half years

Heather O'Rourke, who played Carol Anne in all three Poltergeist movies, died on February 1, 1988 at the age of 12 after what doctors initially described as an acute form of influenza but later changed to septic shock after bacterial toxins invaded her bloodstream.[11][12] At the time, she had suffered acute bowel obstruction, initially diagnosed as Crohn's disease, which may have been the cause of death.


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lol.

The first one was brilliant.

The second not so much. The third hardly worth mentioning...


Have you heard of the Poltergeist curse?


The "Poltergeist curse" is a rumor of a supposed curse attached to the Poltergeist trilogy and its crew, derived from the fact that four cast members died in the six years between the releases of the first and third films.

The rumor is often fueled by the fact that real cadavers were used as props in various scenes of Poltergeist and Poltergeist II



Dominique Dunne, who played the eldest daughter Dana in the first movie, died on November 4, 1982 at age 22 after being strangled by her abusive former boyfriend John Thomas Sweeney. He was convicted of voluntary manslaughter and sentenced to six years in prison, but was paroled after serving three and a half years

Heather O'Rourke, who played Carol Anne in all three Poltergeist movies, died on February 1, 1988 at the age of 12 after what doctors initially described as an acute form of influenza but later changed to septic shock after bacterial toxins invaded her bloodstream.[11][12] At the time, she had suffered acute bowel obstruction, initially diagnosed as Crohn's disease, which may have been the cause of death.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Seer777


it did not know that
but i can see the natural merit if motive is to fear people for money
feedback becomes a little tricky for the perpetrators of the fear for money motivators

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lol.

The first one was brilliant.

The second not so much. The third hardly worth mentioning...


Have you heard of the Poltergeist curse?


The "Poltergeist curse" is a rumor of a supposed curse attached to the Poltergeist trilogy and its crew, derived from the fact that four cast members died in the six years between the releases of the first and third films.

The rumor is often fueled by the fact that real cadavers were used as props in various scenes of Poltergeist and Poltergeist II



Dominique Dunne, who played the eldest daughter Dana in the first movie, died on November 4, 1982 at age 22 after being strangled by her abusive former boyfriend John Thomas Sweeney. He was convicted of voluntary manslaughter and sentenced to six years in prison, but was paroled after serving three and a half years

Heather O'Rourke, who played Carol Anne in all three Poltergeist movies, died on February 1, 1988 at the age of 12 after what doctors initially described as an acute form of influenza but later changed to septic shock after bacterial toxins invaded her bloodstream.[11][12] At the time, she had suffered acute bowel obstruction, initially diagnosed as Crohn's disease, which may have been the cause of death.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Seer777


it did not know that
but i can see the natural merit if motive is to fear people for money
feedback becomes a little tricky for the perpetrators of the fear for money motivators
 Quoting: aether


Well..

Just interesting is all. I don't know about you, but the first Poltergeist was more than just intriguing to me.

Powerful movie.


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Well..

Just interesting is all. I don't know about you, but the first Poltergeist was more than just intriguing to me.

Powerful movie.


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


because it pinged on your own experiences

i imagine
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Lol, poltergeists and canopic jars. External localities with the capacity to become batteries for the displaced.

Feeling those fields is chilling if not disturbing once their web has reactively sapped what walks through it.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Agreed.


Is that why it is cold?

I have always assumed so. Heat and cold.

Seems to be a theme.

:)
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Lol, poltergeists and canopic jars. External localities with the capacity to become batteries for the displaced.

Feeling those fields is chilling if not disturbing once their web has reactively sapped what walks through it.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Agreed.


Is that why it is cold?

I have always assumed so. Heat and cold.

Seems to be a theme.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Thats why the veils thin going through the fall into the energetism we are experiencing now. The winter seduces the heat of the electron. As summer the cool subtlety of proton.

Material immaterial balancing acts and intellectual sexual posturings.

We must give locality its due.

Staring at the sky over the waters and forgetting what is the up and down of it.

There we see realized flow and eventually our eyes consume it to mind and we are that we view.

Do you notice that septs thread moved to the power of silence. As that is the key to concious awareness, total immersion places you at the beginning and end of it.

Infinite and yet infinitely small.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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Lol, poltergeists and canopic jars. External localities with the capacity to become batteries for the displaced.

Feeling those fields is chilling if not disturbing once their web has reactively sapped what walks through it.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Agreed.


Is that why it is cold?

I have always assumed so. Heat and cold.

Seems to be a theme.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Thats why the veils thin going through the fall into the energetism we are experiencing now. The winter seduces the heat of the electron. As summer the cool subtlety of proton.

Material immaterial balancing acts and intellectual sexual posturings.

We must give locality its due.

Staring at the sky over the waters and forgetting what is the up and down of it.

There we see realized flow and eventually our eyes consume it to mind and we are that we view.

Do you notice that septs thread moved to the power of silence. As that is the key to concious awareness, total immersion places you at the beginning and end of it.

Infinite and yet infinitely small.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus



It's interesting you say that. As I saw another earlier today who said a few days ago that 'immersion is key'.

I was wondering exactly what he meant. Due the topic of baptism of late.

Immersion like in water? Or a type of submission? I guess it is both either way.

Releasing?


hmm
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Lol, poltergeists and canopic jars. External localities with the capacity to become batteries for the displaced.

Feeling those fields is chilling if not disturbing once their web has reactively sapped what walks through it.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Agreed.


Is that why it is cold?

I have always assumed so. Heat and cold.

Seems to be a theme.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Thats why the veils thin going through the fall into the energetism we are experiencing now. The winter seduces the heat of the electron. As summer the cool subtlety of proton.

Material immaterial balancing acts and intellectual sexual posturings.

We must give locality its due.

Staring at the sky over the waters and forgetting what is the up and down of it.

There we see realized flow and eventually our eyes consume it to mind and we are that we view.

Do you notice that septs thread moved to the power of silence. As that is the key to concious awareness, total immersion places you at the beginning and end of it.

Infinite and yet infinitely small.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus



It's interesting you say that. As I saw another earlier today who said a few days ago that 'immersion is key'.

I was wondering exactly what he meant. Due the topic of baptism of late.

Immersion like in water? Or a type of submission? I guess it is both either way.

Releasing?


hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Immersion has always been my mantra.
It is the explicit bonding of disparate elements.

Total belief through action.

Rare and terrifying.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.

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