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Dionysian Fullaflattus

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Dion, every single time I read something from you, I have to highlight and hit 'search google'.

Swear my IQ has jumped even if grammar and spelling are devolving.

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No worries, It's my lot to be a construct that dabbles in our subconcious.

Like an effervescent.

Cheers
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The Sun looks like the Moon right now.

Incredible.

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This happened once before...

[link to i846.photobucket.com]
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All in shades of grey this time.

...


Going down just over this...


PeekingatU
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Lol. I saw you ask what yes language was..on magestic threadtounge
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I was trying to track that down, The Language of YEs, but was unsuccesful.

sad
 Quoting: Septenary Man


i thought he said the language of the birds which is a another name for boyd bushmans language of mother nature
 Quoting: aether


FS has it related to Solomon as well, I think. But, here is the wiki entry.

In mythology, medieval literature and occultism, the language of the birds is postulated as a mystical, perfect divine language, green language, adamic language, enochian language, angelic language or a mythical or magical language used by birds to communicate with the initiated.
Norse mythology

In Norse mythology, the power to understand the language of the birds was a sign of great wisdom. The god Odin had two ravens, called Hugin and Munin, who flew around the world and told Odin what happened among mortal men.

The legendary king of Sweden Dag the Wise was so wise that he could understand what birds said. He had a tame house sparrow which flew around and brought back news to him. Once, a farmer in Reidgotaland killed Dag's sparrow, which brought on a terrible retribution from the Swedes.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Dionysian Fullaflattus

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The Sun looks like the Moon right now.

Incredible.

...



This happened once before...

[link to i846.photobucket.com]
[link to i846.photobucket.com]

All in shades of grey this time.

...


Going down just over this...


PeekingatU
 Quoting: Seer777


LOL. yeah, today was gray followed by darker gray in these parts.

The wolf has yet to cough up the sun
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Lol. I saw you ask what yes language was..on magestic threadtounge
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I was trying to track that down, The Language of YEs, but was unsuccesful.

sad
 Quoting: Septenary Man


i thought he said the language of the birds which is a another name for boyd bushmans language of mother nature
 Quoting: aether


FS has it related to Solomon as well, I think. But, here is the wiki entry.

In mythology, medieval literature and occultism, the language of the birds is postulated as a mystical, perfect divine language, green language, adamic language, enochian language, angelic language or a mythical or magical language used by birds to communicate with the initiated.
Norse mythology

In Norse mythology, the power to understand the language of the birds was a sign of great wisdom. The god Odin had two ravens, called Hugin and Munin, who flew around the world and told Odin what happened among mortal men.

The legendary king of Sweden Dag the Wise was so wise that he could understand what birds said. He had a tame house sparrow which flew around and brought back news to him. Once, a farmer in Reidgotaland killed Dag's sparrow, which brought on a terrible retribution from the Swedes.
 Quoting: wiki

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes
it our topic of the thread
motive sensitive
as in you use the signs to extend your motive into our environment and the emotional/material feedback steers your motive hence your motive is synergistic in real time evolving with all that is not yourself

all that is not you is signed (defined units) thus no signs are exclude and all signs are sensitive (potential) to your motive
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which brings us up to today

we are in our material dimension, our non material dimensions are accessible from anywhere in our material dimension but you have to leave our material dimension to go into one
you can utilize the environment (space within dimension boundaries) to emotionally touch what is within another dimension because the fabric (structure) of our dimensions transmits emotion/energy/information so our feelings between our self in this dimension and something within another dimension can become as realistic as if we were there with what we are touching or the other something here with you
when you do that you normally can get the environment that the other something is within to a degree as well

like remote sensing backwards in linear time or across any distance in real time within this dimension
and
would someone know the difference
they might be remote sensing over distance in real time and to them it would be the same as another dimension
same if they remote senses backwards, would they notice difference
 Quoting: aether


that conversation may be strange but is has become explainable within lawful public information

 Quoting: aether


That is how I feel like I reconcile my past. Don't want to get into it right now.

I am emotionally exhausted. I don't know what happened, but I plummeted into feeling emotions 10 fold to what the be. Almost unbearable in the way it happens. Like there is no getting out of anxiety except by receding. There is no embracing it, as it would crumble balance, or leave someone crawled up in a ball while the emotions wash over the quays.

I am so tired of the tug and pull, and push and shove of the roller-coaster. But, what the fuck. I've got this amazing life, might as well us it up, use it to the fullest extent.

"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in, broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, WOW, What a ride!"

Fuck it...until then... cheers
Dionysian Fullaflattus

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cheers
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Cheers, bust open a tin with me and enjoy the golden libations.
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The Sun looks like the Moon right now.

Incredible.

...



This happened once before...

[link to i846.photobucket.com]
[link to i846.photobucket.com]

All in shades of grey this time.

...


Going down just over this...


PeekingatU
 Quoting: Seer777


LOL. yeah, today was gray followed by darker gray in these parts.

The wolf has yet to cough up the sun
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Is that Winter?


When I mentioned the Sun had come out earlier, it was only for 3 minutes or so.

Was lovely.


Then this. I was thinking of the last occurrence maybe a half hour before. Hard to tell.

Was over a year ago, and holds great personal significance for me.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
Dionysian Fullaflattus

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which brings us up to today

we are in our material dimension, our non material dimensions are accessible from anywhere in our material dimension but you have to leave our material dimension to go into one
you can utilize the environment (space within dimension boundaries) to emotionally touch what is within another dimension because the fabric (structure) of our dimensions transmits emotion/energy/information so our feelings between our self in this dimension and something within another dimension can become as realistic as if we were there with what we are touching or the other something here with you
when you do that you normally can get the environment that the other something is within to a degree as well

like remote sensing backwards in linear time or across any distance in real time within this dimension
and
would someone know the difference
they might be remote sensing over distance in real time and to them it would be the same as another dimension
same if they remote senses backwards, would they notice difference
 Quoting: aether


that conversation may be strange but is has become explainable within lawful public information

 Quoting: aether


That is how I feel like I reconcile my past. Don't want to get into it right now.

I am emotionally exhausted. I don't know what happened, but I plummeted into feeling emotions 10 fold to what the be. Almost unbearable in the way it happens. Like there is no getting out of anxiety except by receding. There is no embracing it, as it would crumble balance, or leave someone crawled up in a ball while the emotions wash over the quays.

I am so tired of the tug and pull, and push and shove of the roller-coaster. But, what the fuck. I've got this amazing life, might as well us it up, use it to the fullest extent.

"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in, broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, WOW, What a ride!"

Fuck it...until then... cheers
 Quoting: Septenary Man


You really need to remember you have the keys when you get to the gates.

Climbing the ladders to the parapets; only to get roman fire rained on you is an exercise in cyclic futility.

Heck, I'd like to be on my way down south, but circumstances are dealing me nothing but others miseries.

Cheers and do appreciate what you have.
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cheers
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Cheers, bust open a tin with me and enjoy the golden libations.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


One is on a detox, day 5 and I have stopped trying to kill everyone, cleanse the system cleanse the mind, but I will go and make myself a green tea and pour some out for my fallen homies ;)

wine
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I was trying to track that down, The Language of YEs, but was unsuccesful.

sad
 Quoting: Septenary Man


i thought he said the language of the birds which is a another name for boyd bushmans language of mother nature
 Quoting: aether


FS has it related to Solomon as well, I think. But, here is the wiki entry.

In mythology, medieval literature and occultism, the language of the birds is postulated as a mystical, perfect divine language, green language, adamic language, enochian language, angelic language or a mythical or magical language used by birds to communicate with the initiated.
Norse mythology

In Norse mythology, the power to understand the language of the birds was a sign of great wisdom. The god Odin had two ravens, called Hugin and Munin, who flew around the world and told Odin what happened among mortal men.

The legendary king of Sweden Dag the Wise was so wise that he could understand what birds said. He had a tame house sparrow which flew around and brought back news to him. Once, a farmer in Reidgotaland killed Dag's sparrow, which brought on a terrible retribution from the Swedes.
 Quoting: wiki

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes
it our topic of the thread
motive sensitive
as in you use the signs to extend your motive into our environment and the emotional/material feedback steers your motive hence your motive is synergistic in real time evolving with all that is not yourself

all that is not you is signed (defined units) thus no signs are exclude and all signs are sensitive (potential) to your motive
 Quoting: aether


You always say it so correctly.

My higher self...please save me from myself.

I know, I see the patterns, but I do not try to discern the pattern in detail. Like taking a step back and viewing it from a distance, otherwise it is lost in the minutiae.

Balance. Balance. Remember the rewards to reap. Wait it out. This song was my comfort.



A groan of tedium escapes me,
Startling the fearful.
Is this a test? It has to be,
Otherwise I can't go on.
Draining patience, drain vitality.
This paranoid, paralyzed vampire act's a little old.

But I'm still right here
Giving blood, keeping faith
And I'm still right here.

Wait it out,
Gonna wait it out,
Be patient (wait it out).

If there were no rewards to reap,
No loving embrace to see me through

This tedious path I've chosen here,
I certainly would've walked away by now.
Gonna wait it out.

If there were no desire to heal
The damaged and broken met along

This tedious path I've chosen here
I certainly would've walked away by now.

And I still may ... (sigh) ... I still may.

Be patient.
I must keep reminding myself of this.

And if there were no rewards to reap,
No loving embrace to see me through
This tedious path I've chosen here,
I certainly would've walked away by now.
And I still may.

Gonna wait it out.
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The Sun looks like the Moon right now.

Incredible.

...



This happened once before...

[link to i846.photobucket.com]
[link to i846.photobucket.com]

All in shades of grey this time.

...


Going down just over this...


PeekingatU
 Quoting: Seer777


LOL. yeah, today was gray followed by darker gray in these parts.

The wolf has yet to cough up the sun
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Is that Winter?


When I mentioned the Sun had come out earlier, it was only for 3 minutes or so.

Was lovely.


Then this. I was thinking of the last occurrence maybe a half hour before. Hard to tell.

Was over a year ago, and holds great personal significance for me.
 Quoting: Seer777


What I loved Oregon and Washington state for were the gray backdrops that framed colour like it burned into eternity.

I spent a lot of time driving up and down the 1 and just thinking when work granted the time off.
Dionysian Fullaflattus

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cheers
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Cheers, bust open a tin with me and enjoy the golden libations.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


One is on a detox, day 5 and I have stopped trying to kill everyone, cleanse the system cleanse the mind, but I will go and make myself a green tea and pour some out for my fallen homies ;)

wine
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Cheers
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A beer to drink with you Dion. Cheers.
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What I loved Oregon and Washington state for were the gray backdrops that framed colour like it burned into eternity.

I spent a lot of time driving up and down the 1 and just thinking when work granted the time off.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


:)

The grey brings the green...and everything else along with it.

DropofDew
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A beer to drink with you Dion. Cheers.
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Cheers, you better practice!
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What I loved Oregon and Washington state for were the gray backdrops that framed colour like it burned into eternity.

I spent a lot of time driving up and down the 1 and just thinking when work granted the time off.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


:)

The grey brings the green...and everything else along with it.

DropofDew
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By the firelight your imagination burns brightest.
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which brings us up to today

we are in our material dimension, our non material dimensions are accessible from anywhere in our material dimension but you have to leave our material dimension to go into one
you can utilize the environment (space within dimension boundaries) to emotionally touch what is within another dimension because the fabric (structure) of our dimensions transmits emotion/energy/information so our feelings between our self in this dimension and something within another dimension can become as realistic as if we were there with what we are touching or the other something here with you
when you do that you normally can get the environment that the other something is within to a degree as well

like remote sensing backwards in linear time or across any distance in real time within this dimension
and
would someone know the difference
they might be remote sensing over distance in real time and to them it would be the same as another dimension
same if they remote senses backwards, would they notice difference
 Quoting: aether


that conversation may be strange but is has become explainable within lawful public information

 Quoting: aether


That is how I feel like I reconcile my past. Don't want to get into it right now.

I am emotionally exhausted. I don't know what happened, but I plummeted into feeling emotions 10 fold to what the be. Almost unbearable in the way it happens. Like there is no getting out of anxiety except by receding. There is no embracing it, as it would crumble balance, or leave someone crawled up in a ball while the emotions wash over the quays.

I am so tired of the tug and pull, and push and shove of the roller-coaster. But, what the fuck. I've got this amazing life, might as well us it up, use it to the fullest extent.

"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in, broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, WOW, What a ride!"

Fuck it...until then... cheers
 Quoting: Septenary Man


You really need to remember you have the keys when you get to the gates.

Climbing the ladders to the parapets; only to get roman fire rained on you is an exercise in cyclic futility.

Heck, I'd like to be on my way down south, but circumstances are dealing me nothing but others miseries.

Cheers and do appreciate what you have.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


That was not a pity party, when I wrote the above. It is just expressing emotions that have run rampant lately. There is not a good way to release them, except through this venue at the moment, so I partook in that escapism.

Never once have I doubted that I do not have the keys. That has never been of issue, otherwise I would have surrendered long ago as my life has not been that wholesome.

I appreciate it Dion, that is the tug and pull, if you understand (which I know you do).

Deal with others miseries my friend. We have all the time in the world.

I am merely a blind man, looking for my axe.
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A beer to drink with you Dion. Cheers.
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Cheers, you better practice!
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lmao
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humbled in the anology of german beer night undeeded,,

lol,,

hic,,

musch love,,
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The Sun looks like the Moon right now.

Incredible.

...



This happened once before...

[link to i846.photobucket.com]
[link to i846.photobucket.com]

All in shades of grey this time.

...


Going down just over this...


:PeekingatU:
 Quoting: Seer777


LOL. yeah, today was gray followed by darker gray in these parts.

The wolf has yet to cough up the sun
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Is that Winter?


When I mentioned the Sun had come out earlier, it was only for 3 minutes or so.

Was lovely.


Then this. I was thinking of the last occurrence maybe a half hour before. Hard to tell.

Was over a year ago, and holds great personal significance for me.
 Quoting: Seer777


What I loved Oregon and Washington state for were the gray backdrops that framed colour like it burned into eternity.

I spent a lot of time driving up and down the 1 and just thinking when work granted the time off.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I went through Oregon and Washington during 'rainy season'. It was absolutely beautiful with emerald greenery. I was going through those states when Kurt Cobain offed himself. I remember seeing graffiti everywhere about Kurt.
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which brings us up to today

...


that conversation may be strange but is has become explainable within lawful public information

 Quoting: aether


That is how I feel like I reconcile my past. Don't want to get into it right now.

I am emotionally exhausted. I don't know what happened, but I plummeted into feeling emotions 10 fold to what the be. Almost unbearable in the way it happens. Like there is no getting out of anxiety except by receding. There is no embracing it, as it would crumble balance, or leave someone crawled up in a ball while the emotions wash over the quays.

I am so tired of the tug and pull, and push and shove of the roller-coaster. But, what the fuck. I've got this amazing life, might as well us it up, use it to the fullest extent.

"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in, broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, WOW, What a ride!"

Fuck it...until then... cheers
 Quoting: Septenary Man


You really need to remember you have the keys when you get to the gates.

Climbing the ladders to the parapets; only to get roman fire rained on you is an exercise in cyclic futility.

Heck, I'd like to be on my way down south, but circumstances are dealing me nothing but others miseries.

Cheers and do appreciate what you have.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


That was not a pity party, when I wrote the above. It is just expressing emotions that have run rampant lately. There is not a good way to release them, except through this venue at the moment, so I partook in that escapism.

Never once have I doubted that I do not have the keys. That has never been of issue, otherwise I would have surrendered long ago as my life has not been that wholesome.

I appreciate it Dion, that is the tug and pull, if you understand (which I know you do).

Deal with others miseries my friend. We have all the time in the world.

I am merely a blind man, looking for my axe.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Cheers to the effervescing elephant!

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humbled in the anology of german beer night undeeded,,

lol,,

hic,,

musch love,,
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Cheers! I remember your drunken nights long ago, lmao.

hugs
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humbled in the anology of german beer night undeeded,,

lol,,

hic,,

musch love,,
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chin chin gunga din.

to tigers burning brightly

weekly or fortnightly
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That is how I feel like I reconcile my past. Don't want to get into it right now.

I am emotionally exhausted. I don't know what happened, but I plummeted into feeling emotions 10 fold to what the be. Almost unbearable in the way it happens. Like there is no getting out of anxiety except by receding. There is no embracing it, as it would crumble balance, or leave someone crawled up in a ball while the emotions wash over the quays.

I am so tired of the tug and pull, and push and shove of the roller-coaster. But, what the fuck. I've got this amazing life, might as well us it up, use it to the fullest extent.

"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in, broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, WOW, What a ride!"

Fuck it...until then... cheers
 Quoting: Septenary Man


You really need to remember you have the keys when you get to the gates.

Climbing the ladders to the parapets; only to get roman fire rained on you is an exercise in cyclic futility.

Heck, I'd like to be on my way down south, but circumstances are dealing me nothing but others miseries.

Cheers and do appreciate what you have.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


That was not a pity party, when I wrote the above. It is just expressing emotions that have run rampant lately. There is not a good way to release them, except through this venue at the moment, so I partook in that escapism.

Never once have I doubted that I do not have the keys. That has never been of issue, otherwise I would have surrendered long ago as my life has not been that wholesome.

I appreciate it Dion, that is the tug and pull, if you understand (which I know you do).

Deal with others miseries my friend. We have all the time in the world.

I am merely a blind man, looking for my axe.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Cheers to the effervescing elephant!


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wtf! lmao...shit, that is going to stick in my head as a representation of Dion, lmao!

ah...medicine.
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humbled in the anology of german beer night undeeded,,

lol,,

hic,,

musch love,,
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cheers

this is a good drinking song to me

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this is a good drinking song to me
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This one is one of my favorites.


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