Godlike Productions - Conspiracy Forum
Users Online Now: 3,264 (Who's On?)Visitors Today: 2,086,158
Pageviews Today: 2,978,913Threads Today: 959Posts Today: 14,925
06:31 PM


Rate this Thread

Absolute BS Crap Reasonable Nice Amazing
 

X Marks the Spot

 Thread Locked 
Dionysian Fullaflattus

User ID: 31036731
Canada
02/24/2013 10:49 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
i have been doing a (lunar) month long cleanse every year for ten years now: in the spring cuz that just makes sense to me. i spend a month free from alcohol, sugar, wheat, meat, and caffine. i take it a bit further than most and go into extreme hunger in the middle of the process. turns out that the only science that demonstrates increased longevity is starvation. The idea is that when the body experiences long periods of hunger deep celualar repair mechanisms come online and dna is repaired and 'junk' dna replaced: the bits that are lost durring cell division.

more than any other healthly practice this has freakin' *changed* me. The last coupla of years i have aged backwards and while i am 45 years old, many people mistake me for young 30's...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


Finding out what real hunger is is part of shedding emotionally reactive volatility.

In essence confusing placed desire for actual need.


I myself didn't eat for close to 2 years, but I wouldn't recommend that diet to anyone.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I wouldn't recommend it either. As by the 5th month my hair began to fall out. Never to bald spots, but it was quite alarming.

cool2
 Quoting: Seer777


I popped multi's and drank protein shakes(hemp) for all the essential oils and amino acids.
Seer777
Ride the wings of the mind

User ID: 31248385
United States
02/24/2013 10:55 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
I wouldn't recommend it either. As by the 5th month my hair began to fall out. Never to bald spots, but it was quite alarming.

cool2
 Quoting: Seer777


/wisdom Seestar.

i am very careful. there are basic irritriavable hunger points that initiate permanent unhealthy physical changes.

i work closely with my healer to insure that i do not cross that boundary.

all things in their proper measures, yes?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


I had it a bit easier or stranger in a way. As I lost all desire to eat.

I was always satiated. Eating anything was near torture. I would gag after a few bites of oatmeal.

Apples were the only thing I could regularly eat. My friends and family watched my physical being dissolve in front of them.

And the worry accompanied.


However, I have maintained my weight of 117lbs for 7 or 8 months. And my appetite has returned.

So I think I'm good.

:)


Also, do I know you by another screen name? As you are referencing me as one another occasionally does.

hmm
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
Seer777
Ride the wings of the mind

User ID: 31248385
United States
02/24/2013 10:57 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
I popped multi's and drank protein shakes(hemp) for all the essential oils and amino acids.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I survived off Odwalla Superfood with Spirulina for the first 2 months.

'Green juice'.
[link to www.odwalla.com]


:)

Last Edited by Seer777 on 02/24/2013 10:57 AM
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
Dionysian Fullaflattus

User ID: 31036731
Canada
02/24/2013 11:06 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
I popped multi's and drank protein shakes(hemp) for all the essential oils and amino acids.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I survived off Odwalla Superfood with Spirulina for the first 2 months.

'Green juice'.
[link to www.odwalla.com]


:)
 Quoting: Seer777


You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
Seer777
Ride the wings of the mind

User ID: 31248385
United States
02/24/2013 11:11 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I have seen it mentioned in theory, that spirulina could have potentially been the 'manna' which fed the Hebrews in the desert.

...


Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
acuk
User ID: 35067343
United Kingdom
02/24/2013 11:15 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Ha I just made another connection.

Have wondered what it was that was above his head in the carving on stone.

[link to encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com (secure)]


The thing above his head looks an awful lot like the pic below.

[link to lithiumdreamer.tripod.com]


Dion, cheers for reply, that makes sense, but spidey senses saying there is more hahaha, maybe not in your case, still delving.

My totem is a thunder bird, would love a headset like the natives, would wear it down the shops, look like a nutter in the market as I pick my fruit.
Dionysian Fullaflattus

User ID: 31036731
Canada
02/24/2013 11:17 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I have seen it mentioned in theory, that spirulina could have potentially been the 'manna' which fed the Hebrews in the desert.

...


Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
 Quoting: Seer777


We're currently standing in an intellectual one. No one sees the reason for the richness of biodiversity yet (potential). As they are tied up in their streetfights with dead saints, imams and ninja clad rebbe as the far east cycles itself into the toxins of horatio alger dreams and repaves the dao in a minimalist image.

Time to slaughter the golden calf.
Dionysian Fullaflattus

User ID: 31036731
Canada
02/24/2013 11:19 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Ha I just made another connection.

Have wondered what it was that was above his head in the carving on stone.

[link to encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com (secure)]


The thing above his head looks an awful lot like the pic below.

[link to lithiumdreamer.tripod.com]


Dion, cheers for reply, that makes sense, but spidey senses saying there is more hahaha, maybe not in your case, still delving.

My totem is a thunder bird, would love a headset like the natives, would wear it down the shops, look like a nutter in the market as I pick my fruit.
 Quoting: acuk 35067343


Rest assured, I don't generally take myself too seriously.
acuk
User ID: 35067343
United Kingdom
02/24/2013 11:21 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I have seen it mentioned in theory, that spirulina could have potentially been the 'manna' which fed the Hebrews in the desert.

...


Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
 Quoting: Seer777


Have been to the deserts during my obe travels.

I named them the deserts of oblivion, as labels seem to help, is a mountain with a cave opening on the side and inside that cave was a being of great light, I landed outside and called to him, he zapped me with light, think I disturbed him, left a mark on me, to go with all the blooming others hahahaha.

Teach me for lifting rocks and sticking head in holes lol.

How are you seerstar?
Seer777
Ride the wings of the mind

User ID: 31248385
United States
02/24/2013 11:27 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
 Quoting: Seer777


Have been to the deserts during my obe travels.

I named them the deserts of oblivion, as labels seem to help, is a mountain with a cave opening on the side and inside that cave was a being of great light, I landed outside and called to him, he zapped me with light, think I disturbed him, left a mark on me, to go with all the blooming others hahahaha.

Teach me for lifting rocks and sticking head in holes lol.

How are you seerstar?
 Quoting: acuk 35067343


I am good. The flow seems nice today. Much more gentle. Less turbulent.

Which is nice. I hope it lasts.

:)


To me the desert represents solitude and want.

Want of water.


TheDesertCave

theripples
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 9905909
United States
02/24/2013 11:30 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Millennium Twain 2010

meanwhile here are my revised numbers from yesterday
(correcting a dropped decimal place, factor of ten error in the radius
and velocity numbers) [link to www.ojaipost.com]

this new model derives velocities based on an ellipse, rather than a circle,
so the orbital velocities vary -- from a high of 270 km/sec at Apogee and Perigee
to a low of 88 km/sec at mid-point of Sol's orbit about Sirius.

the velocities for Sirius, orbiting about Sol, vary from 29 km/sec to 88 km/sec.

my number's and Walter Cruttenden's are converging now, and we are
corresponding on the modeling. here is a discussion page:
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

the Cross at 12,600 BCE marks the closest approach of Sirius and Sol, about a light year distant from each other, at that time, about 14,600 years ago. [By the way, I am now using 25,800 years as my baseline, not 26,000 years -- so these dates will change slightly.]

the 400 CE date is the 'darkest' portion of our orbit, the center year of the Kali Yuga eras, when Sirius and Sol are at their most distant point of the 25,800 Year great orbit.

2010 is not just for reference, it is where we are now!

I just posted your link to the Sirius Sol group page:
[link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

Where I had posted the same info, courtesy Uwe Homann, yesterday.

There is no contradiction. You will note that the Sun and Sirius are ALSO moving towards each other, at 8 km/sec at this time, approaching each other.

All of the stars in the local groups are co-rotating about each, as they also spirally-propagate with each other about the Milky Way galaxy. Some of these co-orbiting group relationships are long-lived (in the hundreds of millions of years to billions?) and some are short-lived (millions of years?) -- we just need to paint a clearer picture now of which of the local streams, groups and clusters are actually traveling together, and around each other.

From the new numbers I generated today, see new illustration posted, I derived new numbers not only for our orbit of Sirius, but also for Alpha Centauri ... and we can do the same for Vega and Alcyone and others.
 Quoting: Millennium Twain

 Quoting: aether


so all of my stellar velocity research was initiated by the desire to *where* we are along the great year and by consequence, exactly when we transition into aquarious (which is 'calculated' by many to be anywhere from the 16th century to to 23rd centruy)...

no answers yet.

i have already assumed that we are infact orbiting a center of mass somewhere between us and the dogstar (prolly really close to sirius i feel) and so now we have a circle roughly 25,000 (ish) years 'long', yes?

but what is the inclination of that orbit?

and what do we use as a reference for where we are along that circle? the galactic center sugests itself - this being the Mayan referance, or so i've come to understand, but even that is unsure cuz no one agrees (as usual).

this is important to me, cuz it seems clear that Gaia ages can be 'clocked' by our position along this orbit, and hence forth the transitional zones between the ages.

it's clear enough that we are in the middle of one such transition, but i surely would like to know if we are past 'center', leading up to it, or already passed it.

as far as i can tell from my research, most don't even believe that we *have* Gaia metaphysical ages, much less any idea or agreement as to where the freakin' heck we are.

i wanna know where i am: it's a thing, you know....?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 9905909
United States
02/24/2013 11:36 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
I wouldn't recommend it either. As by the 5th month my hair began to fall out. Never to bald spots, but it was quite alarming.

cool2
 Quoting: Seer777


/wisdom Seestar.

i am very careful. there are basic irritriavable hunger points that initiate permanent unhealthy physical changes.

i work closely with my healer to insure that i do not cross that boundary.

all things in their proper measures, yes?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


I had it a bit easier or stranger in a way. As I lost all desire to eat.

I was always satiated. Eating anything was near torture. I would gag after a few bites of oatmeal.

Apples were the only thing I could regularly eat. My friends and family watched my physical being dissolve in front of them.

And the worry accompanied.


However, I have maintained my weight of 117lbs for 7 or 8 months. And my appetite has returned.

So I think I'm good.

:)


Also, do I know you by another screen name? As you are referencing me as one another occasionally does.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


unknown.

i have been lurking and posting on glp since fukushima (having discovered the site cuz it was the only place that agreed with my own findings on the cituation)

i have always been an AC, but i have had many many diferent numbers due to my eratic and mobile life style

could be, could be...

many souls have i exchanged data with here. the none of them do i know in meat space.

SeeStar just seems right for u to me.

*shrug*
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 9905909
United States
02/24/2013 11:38 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I have seen it mentioned in theory, that spirulina could have potentially been the 'manna' which fed the Hebrews in the desert.

...


Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
 Quoting: Seer777


We're currently standing in an intellectual one. No one sees the reason for the richness of biodiversity yet (potential). As they are tied up in their streetfights with dead saints, imams and ninja clad rebbe as the far east cycles itself into the toxins of horatio alger dreams and repaves the dao in a minimalist image.

Time to slaughter the golden calf.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


lol

indeed
Seer777
Ride the wings of the mind

User ID: 31248385
United States
02/24/2013 11:43 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Also, do I know you by another screen name? As you are referencing me as one another occasionally does.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


unknown.

i have been lurking and posting on glp since fukushima (having discovered the site cuz it was the only place that agreed with my own findings on the cituation)

i have always been an AC, but i have had many many diferent numbers due to my eratic and mobile life style

could be, could be...

many souls have i exchanged data with here. the none of them do i know in meat space.

SeeStar just seems right for u to me.

*shrug*
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


I see.

You remind me of Endo.


hf
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
aether (OP)

User ID: 34923382
United Kingdom
02/24/2013 11:45 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I have seen it mentioned in theory, that spirulina could have potentially been the 'manna' which fed the Hebrews in the desert.

...


Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
 Quoting: Seer777


it will

north america, being the northern hemisphere domain or our global electric currents grounding location in central america, experiences unique affects
our sun is now formed hexagonal (6) thus vortical is the bias until our sun forms 9 which is going to be around 2018/9 most likely
in this period wind is the predominate feature
the shape of north America highlights these affects thus wind with less usable rain in the noticeable future

north America currently uses 40% of it`s fresh water to keep the lights on so the combination of social habit and altering environment prompts the desert signs

Historic U.S. drought will continue into spring and summer, experts say

Nearly five months after expanding to cover the greatest area on record, the devastating drought of 2012 continues to spread woe across the central and western U.S. And, according to climate researchers, severely dry conditions will persist throughout the spring and summer................
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1693355
United States
02/24/2013 11:47 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Plants are usually charged negatively and emit weak electric fields. On their side, bees acquire a positive charge as they fly through the air. No spark is produced as a charged bee approaches a charged flower, but a small electric force builds up that can potentially convey information.

How then do bees detect electric fields? This is not yet known, although the researchers speculate that hairy bumblebees bristle up under the electrostatic force, just like one’s hair in front of an old television screen.

The discovery of such electric detection has opened up a whole new understanding of insect perception and flower communication.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.bristol.ac.uk]

i think they read glp /z\
 Quoting: aether


And morphic fields are indeed unproven, but electric fields are not unproven, it is a two way street, yin/yang, negative/postive feedback. If biology is a learning system, the question remains, where is the information stored? Or is our understanding of storing information too limited to understand how it actually works.
 Quoting: observation


c where we are going tounge
 Quoting: aether


They are beginning to see the other path.
Two roads to go down. They are converging their information, leading to a bottleneck, which is defining the road they are currently heading down.

As they/we continue, un-authentic feedback will be noticed and fall away while the bottleneck of authenticity proves more and more they are acquiring the authentic road. Feedback will eventually close the circuit and the bottleneck will be seen as a flower bulb opening its pedals to the light of the Sun.
acuk
User ID: 35067343
United Kingdom
02/24/2013 11:48 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Which is nice. I hope it lasts.
 Quoting: Seer777


Me too my lovely, more than anything, all my energy is being focused on balance, in all areas at the moment.

Balancing out the current is what I'm doing.

hugs
Seer777
Ride the wings of the mind

User ID: 31248385
United States
02/24/2013 11:51 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
You can make your own with seeds of any type. Lots of talk lately of chia.

I was once in a Guatemala bound train via Mazatlan with a group that was importing Spirulinia Pacifica. Needless to say they were commune kids and made a mint over time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I have seen it mentioned in theory, that spirulina could have potentially been the 'manna' which fed the Hebrews in the desert.

...


Is it just me or does this desert theme keep returning?

scratching
 Quoting: Seer777


it will

north america, being the northern hemisphere domain or our global electric currents grounding location in central america, experiences unique affects
our sun is now formed hexagonal (6) thus vortical is the bias until our sun forms 9 which is going to be around 2018/9 most likely
in this period wind is the predominate feature
the shape of north America highlights these affects thus wind with less usable rain in the noticeable future

north America currently uses 40% of it`s fresh water to keep the lights on so the combination of social habit and altering environment prompts the desert signs

Historic U.S. drought will continue into spring and summer, experts say

Nearly five months after expanding to cover the greatest area on record, the devastating drought of 2012 continues to spread woe across the central and western U.S. And, according to climate researchers, severely dry conditions will persist throughout the spring and summer................
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
 Quoting: aether


I am glad I live in Oregon.

A lot of water here.

:)


CraterLake
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
Seer777
Ride the wings of the mind

User ID: 31248385
United States
02/24/2013 11:57 AM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Which is nice. I hope it lasts.
 Quoting: Seer777


Me too my lovely, more than anything, all my energy is being focused on balance, in all areas at the moment.

Balancing out the current is what I'm doing.

hugs
 Quoting: acuk 35067343



That is good to hear.

As less swaying requires less needing to re-balance.

Emotion is simply the power which a stimulus has over you. You will repeat that relational sequence until you see it for wihat it is or reactively jump to the defense of said reaction because: Everybody is doing it.

Cheers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


:)

Thanks.

Too true.

Deep breath.

Inhaaaale.

Exhaale.

Ahh.

.
 Quoting: Seer777



BalancedOne

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
aether (OP)

User ID: 34923382
United Kingdom
02/24/2013 12:03 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
so all of my stellar velocity research was initiated by the desire to *where* we are along the great year and by consequence, exactly when we transition into aquarious (which is 'calculated' by many to be anywhere from the 16th century to to 23rd centruy)...

no answers yet.

i have already assumed that we are infact orbiting a center of mass somewhere between us and the dogstar (prolly really close to sirius i feel) and so now we have a circle roughly 25,000 (ish) years 'long', yes?

but what is the inclination of that orbit?

and what do we use as a reference for where we are along that circle? the galactic center sugests itself - this being the Mayan referance, or so i've come to understand, but even that is unsure cuz no one agrees (as usual).

this is important to me, cuz it seems clear that Gaia ages can be 'clocked' by our position along this orbit, and hence forth the transitional zones between the ages.

it's clear enough that we are in the middle of one such transition, but i surely would like to know if we are past 'center', leading up to it, or already passed it.

as far as i can tell from my research, most don't even believe that we *have* Gaia metaphysical ages, much less any idea or agreement as to where the freakin' heck we are.

i wanna know where i am: it's a thing, you know....?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


the next post is the linear time location you are talking about and it`s consequences for surface life suggested within this thread

how does it feel to you
aether (OP)

User ID: 34923382
United Kingdom
02/24/2013 12:03 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
how does it feel to you
 Quoting: aether


i`m just noticing

these dates are still go

Also, aether, are there going to be papers written on the findings? If so, then different terminology will have to be manifested into the research. Are they building that new lexicon yet?
 Quoting: sept


hey swinger rockon

late 2013 is the agreed date for this "philosophy" to be published officially and between now and then our sciences are under instruction to incorporate the new numerology into practical publicized experience

so
2014 is the big year when our "new "history and structure and function of our universe becomes practical debate outside the domain of america, russia and china (arc) as in:
from 2014 it should be up and running to be incorporated into global treatise which will take ..........
no one knows how long after that because the big 3 will have done it to the satisfaction of themselves
as they do

 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


these /z\ dates are formed/set from information prior to our reorientation event/process of some month or 2 ago

for the past 3 years we are running 2 years ahead of reality as in:
what is told (detail/how/why) is independently discovered by others whom possess authority within our societies to implement what is discovered

which fits this:

...


the complete sequence is
we see what 2015 to 2020 might be
we see what 2021 to 2118 forces 2119 onwards to be
2013 to 2014 provides our guide for how above occurs
 Quoting: aether


tensegrity is the force of shape thus the shape of 2013 - 2119 alters in conjunction to the information contained within tensegrity force that dictates the shape defined by label, linear time
 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether

these dates /z\ and information were formed following reorientation process experience

the critical domain is 2013 and 2014 with 2014/2015 being the location we agree the shape of things to come

at this moment tounge
 Quoting: aether
aether (OP)

User ID: 34923382
United Kingdom
02/24/2013 12:05 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Plants are usually charged negatively and emit weak electric fields. On their side, bees acquire a positive charge as they fly through the air. No spark is produced as a charged bee approaches a charged flower, but a small electric force builds up that can potentially convey information.

How then do bees detect electric fields? This is not yet known, although the researchers speculate that hairy bumblebees bristle up under the electrostatic force, just like one’s hair in front of an old television screen.

The discovery of such electric detection has opened up a whole new understanding of insect perception and flower communication.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.bristol.ac.uk]

i think they read glp /z\
 Quoting: aether


And morphic fields are indeed unproven, but electric fields are not unproven, it is a two way street, yin/yang, negative/postive feedback. If biology is a learning system, the question remains, where is the information stored? Or is our understanding of storing information too limited to understand how it actually works.
 Quoting: observation


c where we are going tounge
 Quoting: aether


They are beginning to see the other path.
Two roads to go down. They are converging their information, leading to a bottleneck, which is defining the road they are currently heading down.


As they/we continue, un-authentic feedback will be noticed and fall away while the bottleneck of authenticity proves more and more they are acquiring the authentic road. Feedback will eventually close the circuit and the bottleneck will be seen as a flower bulb opening its pedals to the light of the Sun.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


whoa

good morning to you

Last Edited by aether on 02/24/2013 12:06 PM
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 14874606
United States
02/24/2013 12:15 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Good morning. Beautiful day here. About 60 degrees and not a cloud in the sky.
acuk
User ID: 35067343
United Kingdom
02/24/2013 12:22 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Good morning. Beautiful day here. About 60 degrees and not a cloud in the sky.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Icy cold wind here, a little snow earlier, but my heart is shining like the sun as my lovely woman has returned from her escapades across the country, we just had a nice family meal, and now I will depart from cyber space to enjoy the love of my life.

Have a great day.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 14874606
United States
02/24/2013 12:24 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Good morning. Beautiful day here. About 60 degrees and not a cloud in the sky.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Icy cold wind here, a little snow earlier, but my heart is shining like the sun as my lovely woman has returned from her escapades across the country, we just had a nice family meal, and now I will depart from cyber space to enjoy the love of my life.

Have a great day.
 Quoting: acuk 35067343


Same to you acuk. I an glad you have your woman home. It is a great feeling of comfort.
Seer777
Ride the wings of the mind

User ID: 31248385
United States
02/24/2013 12:32 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Good morning. Beautiful day here. About 60 degrees and not a cloud in the sky.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Icy cold wind here, a little snow earlier, but my heart is shining like the sun as my lovely woman has returned from her escapades across the country, we just had a nice family meal, and now I will depart from cyber space to enjoy the love of my life.

Have a great day.
 Quoting: acuk 35067343


That sounds lovely. Enjoy.

I hope she had a brilliant time.

:)


A soft puffy overcastness here. And quite calm. Which is lovely.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
Dionysian Fullaflattus

User ID: 31036731
Canada
02/24/2013 12:33 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
so all of my stellar velocity research was initiated by the desire to *where* we are along the great year and by consequence, exactly when we transition into aquarious (which is 'calculated' by many to be anywhere from the 16th century to to 23rd centruy)...

no answers yet.

i have already assumed that we are infact orbiting a center of mass somewhere between us and the dogstar (prolly really close to sirius i feel) and so now we have a circle roughly 25,000 (ish) years 'long', yes?

but what is the inclination of that orbit?

and what do we use as a reference for where we are along that circle? the galactic center sugests itself - this being the Mayan referance, or so i've come to understand, but even that is unsure cuz no one agrees (as usual).

this is important to me, cuz it seems clear that Gaia ages can be 'clocked' by our position along this orbit, and hence forth the transitional zones between the ages.

it's clear enough that we are in the middle of one such transition, but i surely would like to know if we are past 'center', leading up to it, or already passed it.

as far as i can tell from my research, most don't even believe that we *have* Gaia metaphysical ages, much less any idea or agreement as to where the freakin' heck we are.

i wanna know where i am: it's a thing, you know....?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


the next post is the linear time location you are talking about and it`s consequences for surface life suggested within this thread

how does it feel to you
 Quoting: aether


Every spiral and their consequence to poles shapes seasons and within season dominant emotional forms.

Cheers

Out to watch the cracking ice and reflected sun.
aether (OP)

User ID: 34923382
United Kingdom
02/24/2013 01:22 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
so all of my stellar velocity research was initiated by the desire to *where* we are along the great year and by consequence, exactly when we transition into aquarious (which is 'calculated' by many to be anywhere from the 16th century to to 23rd centruy)...

no answers yet.

i have already assumed that we are infact orbiting a center of mass somewhere between us and the dogstar (prolly really close to sirius i feel) and so now we have a circle roughly 25,000 (ish) years 'long', yes?

but what is the inclination of that orbit?

and what do we use as a reference for where we are along that circle? the galactic center sugests itself - this being the Mayan referance, or so i've come to understand, but even that is unsure cuz no one agrees (as usual).

this is important to me, cuz it seems clear that Gaia ages can be 'clocked' by our position along this orbit, and hence forth the transitional zones between the ages.

it's clear enough that we are in the middle of one such transition, but i surely would like to know if we are past 'center', leading up to it, or already passed it.

as far as i can tell from my research, most don't even believe that we *have* Gaia metaphysical ages, much less any idea or agreement as to where the freakin' heck we are.

i wanna know where i am: it's a thing, you know....?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


scaled up as your thought is you may consider this

as you tell everything is moving , galaxies , moving groups of galaxies and solar systems mostly spiral thus they do circle while moving forward ------------>
whatever direction forward is to them
we know it is the environment a galaxy, moving group or solar system is within that dictates the condition of the environment within the systems structure, whatever scale it is
thus there is no clock on environment conditions within a structure because no structure returns to the same location (environmental conditions)

the clock notion is prompted by our planets experiences of reoccurring planetary realignment caused by the merging of smaller solar system earth was within into the now current sol solar system we all know

the possibility of a solar system such as our being re immersed twice within a plasma cloud large enough to engulf our galaxies for two complete turns of it`s spiral motion exists
but if that occurred we would only experience once similar conditions and field memories as we had before

Last Edited by aether on 02/24/2013 01:25 PM
1908247

User ID: 35069281
Brazil
02/24/2013 01:41 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
Is she only to eat one?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2175540


1dunno1


Goof adternoon folks

hf
- ? Nus.

-You Hold Witness I Witness

As if he could, by himself, say:
_Alive, therefore life itself.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 9905909
United States
02/24/2013 01:55 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: X Marks the Spot
so all of my stellar velocity research was initiated by the desire to *where* we are along the great year and by consequence, exactly when we transition into aquarious (which is 'calculated' by many to be anywhere from the 16th century to to 23rd centruy)...

no answers yet.

i have already assumed that we are infact orbiting a center of mass somewhere between us and the dogstar (prolly really close to sirius i feel) and so now we have a circle roughly 25,000 (ish) years 'long', yes?

but what is the inclination of that orbit?

and what do we use as a reference for where we are along that circle? the galactic center sugests itself - this being the Mayan referance, or so i've come to understand, but even that is unsure cuz no one agrees (as usual).

this is important to me, cuz it seems clear that Gaia ages can be 'clocked' by our position along this orbit, and hence forth the transitional zones between the ages.

it's clear enough that we are in the middle of one such transition, but i surely would like to know if we are past 'center', leading up to it, or already passed it.

as far as i can tell from my research, most don't even believe that we *have* Gaia metaphysical ages, much less any idea or agreement as to where the freakin' heck we are.

i wanna know where i am: it's a thing, you know....?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9905909


the next post is the linear time location you are talking about and it`s consequences for surface life suggested within this thread

how does it feel to you
 Quoting: aether


feels like x marks the spot

News








We're dropping truth bombs like it's the end of days!