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Sniff sniff, cleared up a little in here, but senses still tingling.

Hope you feel better soon fringe.

Sorry to dash off fancy, after saying hi, just not getting sucked in to drama and felt it building, see some posts got deleted so am glad me spidey sense's working a ok.

Just thought I would pop in an say good night, am attempting to keep a level head to help myself power up, so confrontation not on my menu, reading or partaking, well not for the moment anyhoo hehehehe.


Thanks for this wonderful thread and great moderation aether, you are doing a fine job.

Would like to say one thing, aether in my opinion is not here to teach, but to uncover, via the feedback, two completely different things, learning happens, but there is no one teacher on this thread I believe, that way leads to peddle stool power, idolization, heart AND mind not either or, both is the way forward, so some here would be wise to think with their heart when using their mind, as this thread is full of teachers, we all know something one of the others don't and vise-verse.

I will leave you with a song as I lay my head on my pillow and go off for a fly.

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fringe dear, please, if you wish, pick a color and a fruit, and tell me the region of the US in which you reside :)
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hugs good evening Nico :)

coral pink [link to juliusjaaskelainen.files.wordpress.com]
strawberry
South East ( Mississippi Coast)

Last Edited by * Flutterby Fringe* on 02/23/2013 10:15 PM
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.

"It is Wholeness and 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."


ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“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

Love, Faith, and Hope to All hugs

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I will leave you with a song as I lay my head on my pillow and go off for a fly.

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[link to nostradamus.alamongordo.com]



1rof1


Good night!

Hey fringe, can you get one of those to eat by tomorrow and/or tuesday?

:)

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I googled my question and battery pops up, dion said stuff about batteries, hmmmm
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bam
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You are man of few wordschuckle
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Good night acukcool2
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Good night!

Hey fringe, can you get one of those to eat by tomorrow and/or tuesday?

:)
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What strawberries?

sure I can :) may I ask why?
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.

"It is Wholeness and 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."


ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“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

Love, Faith, and Hope to All hugs

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Sniff sniff, cleared up a little in here, but senses still tingling.

Hope you feel better soon fringe.




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Good Night Acuk hugs thank you friend :)

May Your dreams be sweet and filling as Honey and hoping you wake refreshed for an awesome aromatic day tomorrow.
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.

"It is Wholeness and 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."


ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“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

Love, Faith, and Hope to All hugs

createOR
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Voicemail Discovered in Nature: Insects Receive Soil Messages from the Past

A new study now shows that through those same plants insects are also able to leave ‘voicemail’ messages in the soil. Herbivorous insects store their voicemails via their effects on soil fungi.

[link to wakeup-world.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Look at every growth cycle and you are getting things from the past. In every natural process there is a discernable order.

A substrates baseline at a balanced ph gives birth to a balanced range of plant(bacterial) species. Skew it either way and more radical species will emerge to reset balance.

If the balance fails to stabilize we have deserts and rock canyons. Ultimately allowing water to neither pool or drain to quickly is the crux of the issue.
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Seer, just read about the logging you told me about:

“Is this the largest organism in the world? This 2,400-acre (9.7 km2) site in eastern Oregon had a contiguous growth of mycelium before logging roads cut through it. Estimated at 1,665 football fields in size and 2,200 years old, this one fungus has killed the forest above it several times over, and in so doing has built deeper soil layers that allow the growth of ever-larger stands of trees. Mushroom-forming forest fungi are unique in that their mycelial mats can achieve such massive proportions.” - Paul Stamets, Mycelium Running
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Good night!

Hey fringe, can you get one of those to eat by tomorrow and/or tuesday?

:)
 Quoting: 1908247


What strawberries?

sure I can :) may I ask why?
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


You may ask but I'm not the one holding the answer. tounge

I related to the description of the 'problem' you are currently experiencing, I'll be sending good vibes
Get some if you can, and eat it Tuesday, not forgetting to visualize that color (:

I'm off to get some sleep. Good night everyone, swet dreams.

hf
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Yes I take probiotics on a daily basis and have been adding more fermented foods back into my diet like sauerkraut... helps alot. And you are right having a balanced gut bacteria is mucho important. I just need a bigger kitchen lol and a fermenting pot to ferment my own food. The probiotics I take currently have 14 different strains of bacteria in it ...
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thats bitchen' FF.

here's a big list: remember, its not quantity, it's *diversity*

kombucha
keifer (really good cuz its life atacks candida)
yogurt (non pasturized)
kombucha (supper easy to make on your own + has vinigar)
apple cider vinigar
pickles
kimchi
sour krought
cultered milk/raw milk
cultured butter
raw cheese
wine
beer
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This one too

Voicemail Discovered in Nature: Insects Receive Soil Messages from the Past

A new study now shows that through those same plants insects are also able to leave ‘voicemail’ messages in the soil. Herbivorous insects store their voicemails via their effects on soil fungi.

[link to wakeup-world.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Look at every growth cycle and you are getting things from the past. In every natural process there is a discernable order.

A substrates baseline at a balanced ph gives birth to a balanced range of plant(bacterial) species. Skew it either way and more radical species will emerge to reset balance.

If the balance fails to stabilize we have deserts and rock canyons. Ultimately allowing water to neither pool or drain to quickly is the crux of the issue.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes, the researchers are finding that the understory is just as much important as the big trees. Its a community that balances each other.
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Yes I take probiotics on a daily basis and have been adding more fermented foods back into my diet like sauerkraut... helps alot. And you are right having a balanced gut bacteria is mucho important. I just need a bigger kitchen lol and a fermenting pot to ferment my own food. The probiotics I take currently have 14 different strains of bacteria in it ...
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


thats bitchen' FF.

here's a big list: remember, its not quantity, it's *diversity*

kombucha
keifer (really good cuz its life atacks candida)
yogurt (non pasturized)<-----yes
kombucha (supper easy to make on your own + has vinigar)
apple cider vinigar<----yes
pickles<---yes
kimchi
sour krought <---yes
cultered milk/raw milk( can't handle dairy milk( do fine with yogurt tho) drink almond milk)
cultured butter<---yes
raw cheese<----yes
wine <---yes
beer
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


have marked the ones I currently have in my diet.. something just messed up lol not sure why :P

have done lots of research about that because I was in bad shape for awhile could only eat oatmeal...
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.

"It is Wholeness and 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."


ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“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

Love, Faith, and Hope to All hugs

createOR
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This one too

Voicemail Discovered in Nature: Insects Receive Soil Messages from the Past

A new study now shows that through those same plants insects are also able to leave ‘voicemail’ messages in the soil. Herbivorous insects store their voicemails via their effects on soil fungi.

[link to wakeup-world.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Look at every growth cycle and you are getting things from the past. In every natural process there is a discernable order.

A substrates baseline at a balanced ph gives birth to a balanced range of plant(bacterial) species. Skew it either way and more radical species will emerge to reset balance.

If the balance fails to stabilize we have deserts and rock canyons. Ultimately allowing water to neither pool or drain to quickly is the crux of the issue.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes, the researchers are finding that the understory is just as much important as the big trees. Its a community that balances each other.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Yes, And for all the knowledge we have gained; we have lost knowing to specialization and/or compartmentalized thinking.
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One more, sorry

Are Fungi The Earth’s Natural Internet?

“I believe that mycelium is the neurological network of nature. Interlacing mosaics of mycelium infuse habitats with information-sharing membranes. These membranes are aware, react to change, and collectively have the long-term health of the host environment in mind. The mycelium stays in constant molecular communication with its environment, devising diverse enzymatic and chemical responses to complex challenges.”
[link to wakeup-world.com]

Question, if true, is electricity chemical?
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God help us if fungi can think

The largest organisms in the world BY FAR are fungi that grow under the soil of the midwestern USA (IIRC)
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This one too

Voicemail Discovered in Nature: Insects Receive Soil Messages from the Past

A new study now shows that through those same plants insects are also able to leave ‘voicemail’ messages in the soil. Herbivorous insects store their voicemails via their effects on soil fungi.

[link to wakeup-world.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Look at every growth cycle and you are getting things from the past. In every natural process there is a discernable order.

A substrates baseline at a balanced ph gives birth to a balanced range of plant(bacterial) species. Skew it either way and more radical species will emerge to reset balance.

If the balance fails to stabilize we have deserts and rock canyons. Ultimately allowing water to neither pool or drain to quickly is the crux of the issue.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes, the researchers are finding that the understory is just as much important as the big trees. Its a community that balances each other.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Yes, And for all the knowledge we have gained; we have lost knowing to specialization and/or compartmentalized thinking.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Leads to 'Need to Know Basis'...and a type of competitivism.

Don't tell the other what we figured out. They will take all the credit, and take advantage of what we might tell them'.
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Look at every growth cycle and you are getting things from the past. In every natural process there is a discernable order.

A substrates baseline at a balanced ph gives birth to a balanced range of plant(bacterial) species. Skew it either way and more radical species will emerge to reset balance.

If the balance fails to stabilize we have deserts and rock canyons. Ultimately allowing water to neither pool or drain to quickly is the crux of the issue.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes, the researchers are finding that the understory is just as much important as the big trees. Its a community that balances each other.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Yes, And for all the knowledge we have gained; we have lost knowing to specialization and/or compartmentalized thinking.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Leads to 'Need to Know Basis'...and a type of competitivism.

Don't tell the other what we figured out. They will take all the credit, and take advantage of what we might tell them'.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I agree, "keeping knowledge" is ridiculous, and IMO one of the worst intellectual crimes.

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gotta say the dubstep has been hurting my head (in a good way) lately



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Yes I take probiotics on a daily basis and have been adding more fermented foods back into my diet like sauerkraut... helps alot. And you are right having a balanced gut bacteria is mucho important. I just need a bigger kitchen lol and a fermenting pot to ferment my own food. The probiotics I take currently have 14 different strains of bacteria in it ...
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thats bitchen' FF.

here's a big list: remember, its not quantity, it's *diversity*

kombucha
keifer (really good cuz its life atacks candida)
yogurt (non pasturized)
kombucha (supper easy to make on your own + has vinigar)
apple cider vinigar
pickles
kimchi
sour krought
cultered milk/raw milk
cultured butter
raw cheese
wine
beer
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


Make sure these foods are raw in my experience and alcohol can be hard on the system. Variety is good. Coconut keifer can be used in place of dairy. Watch coffee and dark tea as they can skew the PH of the lower intestine. There is a valve that can malfunction separating the large and small intestine and allow bacteria to back up into the small intestine. Slippery Elm powder can soothe the intestines to help it heal. Cellulase enzyme can help candida as well as soil based/homeostatic soil organisms. The latter being used for many intestinal difficulties particularly IBS. Use structured spring or structured distilled water. Skip flouride. Be aware of mercury.
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Make sure these foods are raw in my experience and alcohol can be hard on the system. Variety is good. Coconut keifer can be used in place of dairy. Watch coffee and dark tea as they can skew the PH of the lower intestine. There is a valve that can malfunction separating the large and small intestine and allow bacteria to back up into the small intestine. Slippery Elm powder can soothe the intestines to help it heal. Cellulase enzyme can help candida as well as soil based/homeostatic soil organisms. The latter being used for many intestinal difficulties particularly IBS. Use structured spring or structured distilled water. Skip flouride. Be aware of mercury.
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Don't drink wine that much just occasionally and not since my stomach has been messing up.I mainly stick with chamomile tea for now with honey and the occasional shot of acv in it and lots of water. I have slippery elm powder but last time I used it , added to the problem. I found better results with slippery elm bark boiled and made as a tea . Maybe I need to order some more :) Also find that peppermint helps alot as well. I have no problems with PH balance have test strips and when needed have ph drops to add to my water which helps.I Also take a tsp of cold pressed virgin coconut oil everyday. Have backed off on some stuff since this started tho to do trial and error and see if something I was taking set it off.
Thank You for your input hugs hf
Don't knowingly use anything with flouride in it ( did take anti-depressants for years tho and have since worked hard to detox from and for that and mercury as well, but if its in our city water supply then I am still absorbing it thru the shower or bath) Since I cut out white sugar and HFCS from my diet , mainly use (flower)local organic honey or agave nectar for sweetener. I have no candida problems. Actually think I may have a gluten intolerance but need to get tested for it . That can wreak havoc in the small intestines as well.. I try to stick with as fresh as possible when it comes to what I eat. But do risk the occasional pizza LOL have to leave the tomatoes off tho they tear my stomach up :( and they are a favorite of mine . dadgum gmo foods :(
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.

"It is Wholeness and 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."


ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“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

Love, Faith, and Hope to All hugs

createOR
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In my life I have talked to 2 retired airline pilots...both said they have seen ufos more than once... both have said they kept quiet about it. Never told the higher ups or whoever...but what's interesting is that these two never met each other....but both claim they have seen them with their own eyes. I guess maybe reporting about these things back then was not something a pilot wanted to do...but I guess it was well known back then according to these two that we are not alone...

One of them actually told me that after he had seen these things it was tough to not think about seeing them each time he was on the job...

I had no reason not to believe either one of them...

hf
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I have a GREAT story, me having 'contact'.

My father was a helicopter pilot for USAF. He did it for nearly his entire career.

At a young age I asked him if he ever saw UFO's. He would always say 'yes', but there was obviously a normal accounting for what he saw, he just didn't know what it could be. Light reflections, atmospheric disturbances, maneuvering after effects, whatever.

He was/is a very curious type personality, but ALWAYS used to fall back on the 'real'. Military training makes that a necessity.

In our younger years, my dad always was very impressed with my twin brother and I's 'intelligence', and we would discuss Einstein's theories, mainly about light as it the theory breached all laws of physics.

In my late thirties I decided to tell him about ET, as this is something we had discussed before, but always in a hypothetical way. Problem was, at the point I began having experiences, I could explain to him the dynamics, but he could not understand the information. For example, in my early twenties I would discuss quantum theories and he could not 'see' it in his mind's eye. There was no way he could view particle/wave, observation, collapsing wave forms, Schrodinger's Cat, etc.

This was and always has been the mindset of my dad. Until the last few years, when I could talk about 'things' and it was so far over his head, he couldn't envision our conversations anymore. When this happened, I realized it was occurring within my entire family as well. Things that I began talking about, science wise, that was so easy for me to grasp, was beyond their even imagining, and it became VERY difficult to 'play' in this manner anymore.

Wow...tangent. Just typing my thoughts as they come to me.

Anyway, one day I decided to ask him about the Alaskan UFO pilot sighting. It had ALL the cockpit recordings, as well as the tower communications AND a second airplane that verified the sighting through triangulation, time signatures, etc.

My dad was a pilot in Alaska for a number of years (where I was born), and I thought it would be neat to pull up the video of it and ask him about it. For the first time ever, he said he was part of Project Blue Book. He was the head guy that sent all statements of pilot sightings to...shit...to whatever agency it was.

Feedback... = ...circuit complete.

Sorry for the rambling. Just trying to think through it all, and it helps when I write it down to you guys.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Thank you for sharing with me Sept...that is an amazing story...feedback complete yes...

= hugs

lol

hf
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which microbes would be under ultraviolet rays
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ultraviolet does not seem to be a medium microbes like
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banana


For coin operated candy machines in the game room. 1980's style.

tounge
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authentic atmosphere tounge
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Ancient Builders Created Monumental Structures that Altered Sound and Mind, Say Researchers
“The findings indicated that at 110 Hz the patterns of activity over the prefrontal cortex abruptly shifted, resulting in a relative deactivation of the language center and a temporary shifting from left to right-sided dominance related to emotional processing and creativity. This shifting did not occur at 90 Hz or 130 Hz……In addition to stimulating their more creative sides, it appears that an atmosphere of resonant sound in the frequency of 110 or 111 Hz would have been “switching on” an area of the brain that bio-behavioral scientists believe relates to mood, empathy and social behavior. Deliberately or not, the people who spent time in such an environment under conditions that may have included a low male voice — in ritual chanting or even simple communication — were exposing themselves to vibrations that may have actually impacted their thinking.” [1]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


when we were looking at Egypt in 2011 the acoustic design of some of the structures arose
the one we looked at was a long stone structure on the surface which produced a tone that witnesses said was awesome and they believed the tone was part of the structures function and they believed it made people better

yes
remember we were getting local witness emotions and it seemed locals we taken into this structure when they became ill and after a few minutes they were healed
this seemed to be a service the locals had the benefit of for as long as the people that built it where here
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Good morning cheer


I have recently taken an interest in ancient Egyptians. wink
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This one too

Voicemail Discovered in Nature: Insects Receive Soil Messages from the Past

A new study now shows that through those same plants insects are also able to leave ‘voicemail’ messages in the soil. Herbivorous insects store their voicemails via their effects on soil fungi.

[link to wakeup-world.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Insects eating plant roots change the chemical composition of the leaves, causing the plant to release volatile signals into the air. This can convince above-ground insects to select another food plant in order to avoid competition and to escape from poisonous defense compounds in the plant. But the impact doesn’t stop there.

The new research shows that insects leave a specific legacy that remains in the soil after they have fed on a plant. And future plants growing on that same spot can pick up these signals from the soil and pass them on to other insects. Those messages are really specific: the new plant can tell whether the former one was suffering from leaf-eating caterpillars or from root-eating insects. “The new plants are actually decoding a ‘voicemail’ message from the past to the next generation of plant-feeding insects, and their enemies,” recaps NIOO researcher and first author Olga Kostenko. “The insects are re-living the past.” This message from the past strongly influences the growth and possibly also the behavior of these bugs. Today’s insect community is influenced by the messages from past seasons. [link to www.sciencedaily.com]
 Quoting: observation


think aura and emotional information in local field

it is no different to what we do when we go backwards within earths field(s) and remote sense our past from the emotional information that is within our fields to tell us (memory)
different scales same process

remote sensing backwards has now become lawfull

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Voicemail Discovered in Nature: Insects Receive Soil Messages from the Past

A new study now shows that through those same plants insects are also able to leave ‘voicemail’ messages in the soil. Herbivorous insects store their voicemails via their effects on soil fungi.

[link to wakeup-world.com]
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Insects eating plant roots change the chemical composition of the leaves, causing the plant to release volatile signals into the air. This can convince above-ground insects to select another food plant in order to avoid competition and to escape from poisonous defense compounds in the plant. But the impact doesn’t stop there.

The new research shows that insects leave a specific legacy that remains in the soil after they have fed on a plant. And future plants growing on that same spot can pick up these signals from the soil and pass them on to other insects. Those messages are really specific: the new plant can tell whether the former one was suffering from leaf-eating caterpillars or from root-eating insects. “The new plants are actually decoding a ‘voicemail’ message from the past to the next generation of plant-feeding insects, and their enemies,” recaps NIOO researcher and first author Olga Kostenko. “The insects are re-living the past.” This message from the past strongly influences the growth and possibly also the behavior of these bugs. Today’s insect community is influenced by the messages from past seasons.
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think aura and emotional information in local field

it is no different to what we do when we go backwards within earths field(s) and remote sense our past from the emotional information that is within our fields to tell us (memory)
different scales same process

remote sensing backwards has now become lawfull
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Wow. blink

That explanation was completely intuitive for me.
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Like the mycorrhiza under the soil, communication.
Health for plants like microflora is health for humans.
They say 97% of our dna isn't even human but other like microbes, bacteria and viruses.
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who's is whats dna: it's all cross 'polinated' via virus anyway. tizz not the tree of life as Darwin thought, it is a horzontal forest of bushes.

but even now within you, not considering where 'your' dna came from: you have an order of magnitude more bacteria, virus, and yeast living in/on you than you do cells in your body.

10 times!

a christian trying to prove creation will snarl and ask: how does a fish become a horse.

the answer is virus. those suposed boogybugs. they are responsible for moving dna from one species to another. yes the cause illness, but ultimatly, without them, the NONE of us would exist.


think about that aether
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yes
it is our reincarnation and rebirth topic which is included within our reorientation information of 2013 to 2014 in conjunction with feedback
your post is feedback progression

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Sniff sniff, cleared up a little in here, but senses still tingling.

Hope you feel better soon fringe.

Sorry to dash off fancy, after saying hi, just not getting sucked in to drama and felt it building, see some posts got deleted so am glad me spidey sense's working a ok.

Just thought I would pop in an say good night, am attempting to keep a level head to help myself power up, so confrontation not on my menu, reading or partaking, well not for the moment anyhoo hehehehe.


Thanks for this wonderful thread and great moderation aether, you are doing a fine job.

Would like to say one thing, aether in my opinion is not here to teach, but to uncover, via the feedback, two completely different things, learning happens, but there is no one teacher on this thread I believe, that way leads to peddle stool power, idolization, heart AND mind not either or, both is the way forward, so some here would be wise to think with their heart when using their mind, as this thread is full of teachers, we all know something one of the others don't and vise-verse.

I will leave you with a song as I lay my head on my pillow and go off for a fly.


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Good morning cheer


I have recently taken an interest in ancient Egyptians. wink
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good morning


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