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Just watched the video. Yes, he knows the pattern. Looks like it wasn't a dream memory.

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It's neat. You can 'see' the pattern in his hand/fingers that twist the cube. It is a repetitive motion.
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Just watched the video. Yes, he knows the pattern. Looks like it wasn't a dream memory.

thumbs

It's neat. You can 'see' the pattern in his hand/fingers that twist the cube. It is a repetitive motion.
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my mind glazes on the cube
i have never come close to solving one tounge
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I could solve the rubiks cube blind. (for the most part, lol) There was a pattern of rotation that would solve it. I don't remember how I came across the pattern. I must have read the solution somewhere and noticed the pattern. Funny, I don't remember how I came across the pattern. I doubt if I held one in my hand if I could instinctively remember it.

Though, thinking back on this, it feels like one of my dream memories. Sometimes I can't tell if they are dream memories or waking reality memories. This has a definable underling substance to it as a feeling, so it feels like it is a waking memory. These are the kinds of memories that just sit there, in my field, not mattering if it was a dream memory or real, it is still part of my field.

I'll have to ask my twin brother, as we would have both figured it out and practiced solving it.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I have never been successful at solving the Rubik's Cube. It made little sense to me and have only tried perhaps 10 times in my life.

As a child I removed the stickers to make them match.

tounge


Yes, I had this dramatically quite recently when I was sure Fancy had asked me about the 'pilot'.

:)

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Just watched the video. Yes, he knows the pattern. Looks like it wasn't a dream memory.

thumbs

It's neat. You can 'see' the pattern in his hand/fingers that twist the cube. It is a repetitive motion.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


my mind glazes on the cube
i have never come close to solving one tounge
 Quoting: aether


Growing up, of course my brother and I would fixate on stuff, both wanting to do something before the other. So, small things like this, well, it was probably more out of a competitive nature between my brother.

We began trying to drift away from that. For example, when playing baseball, we made sure out positions were very different from each other. My brother started catching and so the coach thought it would be good for me to pitch. Did that for a year, and then I moved to short stop. Then, through our All Star years, I eventually settled in 2nd base. My brother always catching. Then, high school, the coach moved me to third base because I threw so hard. I ruined my shoulders those two years, along with surfing. At the end of baseball games, my entire arm would be numb and I couldn't close my hand into a fist. lol, of course I didn't let anyone know this, because I wanted to play.
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I could solve the rubiks cube blind. (for the most part, lol) There was a pattern of rotation that would solve it. I don't remember how I came across the pattern. I must have read the solution somewhere and noticed the pattern. Funny, I don't remember how I came across the pattern. I doubt if I held one in my hand if I could instinctively remember it.

Though, thinking back on this, it feels like one of my dream memories. Sometimes I can't tell if they are dream memories or waking reality memories. This has a definable underling substance to it as a feeling, so it feels like it is a waking memory. These are the kinds of memories that just sit there, in my field, not mattering if it was a dream memory or real, it is still part of my field.

I'll have to ask my twin brother, as we would have both figured it out and practiced solving it.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I have never been successful at solving the Rubik's Cube. It made little sense to me and have only tried perhaps 10 times in my life.

As a child I removed the stickers to make them match.

tounge


Yes, I had this dramatically quite recently when I was sure Fancy had asked me about the 'pilot'.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


I started worrying about it for a while. Realized there was nothing to do about it, and began ignoring if they were dream realities or not. If they changed me, they changed me. The only time I started thinking more on it, is if they had actual reference to the real world and people.

For example, I didn't know it, but I dreamed that my parents dog died. I didn't know it was a dream memory. I thought it was real (the dream memory was talking with my parents over the phone about the dog dying.

2 months later, they said something about "Maggie", and I said, "Wait a minute. Maggie died a couple months ago." Freaked my mom out, lol
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Just watched the video. Yes, he knows the pattern. Looks like it wasn't a dream memory.

thumbs

It's neat. You can 'see' the pattern in his hand/fingers that twist the cube. It is a repetitive motion.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


my mind glazes on the cube
i have never come close to solving one tounge
 Quoting: aether


Growing up, of course my brother and I would fixate on stuff, both wanting to do something before the other. So, small things like this, well, it was probably more out of a competitive nature between my brother.

We began trying to drift away from that. For example, when playing baseball, we made sure out positions were very different from each other. My brother started catching and so the coach thought it would be good for me to pitch. Did that for a year, and then I moved to short stop. Then, through our All Star years, I eventually settled in 2nd base. My brother always catching. Then, high school, the coach moved me to third base because I threw so hard. I ruined my shoulders those two years, along with surfing. At the end of baseball games, my entire arm would be numb and I couldn't close my hand into a fist. lol, of course I didn't let anyone know this, because I wanted to play.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I think it can be somewhat normal to suffer through pain if oblivious to the cause.


For example, when I in the first grade, I was pushed down on the playground. When I hit the ground, it broke my tailbone unbeknownst to myself.

I told no one.

Having just entered first grade, and learning to 'sit' through a full school day, I would notice terrible pain when I would sit.

I thought this was 'normal' due to sitting in the wooden seats. It was so uncomfortable in fact, that my teacher made mention it to my parents saying that, I shifted so often in my seat that I must be hyperactive or the familiar ADHD, and to have me placed on Ritalin...

My mother took offense to this and refused.

...


It wasn't until decades later someone made mention of my tailbone.

Asking, Did you break your tailbone at some point? It's crooked...

It was then I suddenly realized what had occurred with full clarity...

Hindsight and all that.

:)
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So today I had another of those spooky encounters...

I was out of the office all last week and just returned for a few hours today. We had a late start because of the snow here this morning so I came in around 11...anyway, there's a gal here I work with who applied for a job with another company close to her home (she commutes like an hour one way to work here) and right before work ended today we were just chattin' to catch up and I asked her if she had put in her notice here yet and she said she was meeting with mgmt in a few minutes to do it but was putting it off because she's nervous about telling them.

So I go about my business and she comes over a few minutes later and was like "wait a minute...how'd you know I interviewed for another job and accepted it?"...and I was like "you told me all about it one day...about how you found out about the job and how you applied and how you went for your interview and they offered it to you right then at the interview"....and she was like..."um no I didn't"...and for a couple seconds I thought she was just playing with me.

She then pointed at my calendar and said..."the last time I saw you and talked to you was Feb 1st" which was 7 days before she even interviewed for the company...they offered her the job on the same day 2/7.

I was home sick that whole week...and we dont talk outside work. It's SO bizarre I can recall details of our "conversation" and was even able to confirm some details like when she's starting and all that...I seriously remember having a conversation with her in detail about it all.. but logically know it did not take place "for real"....after talking with her about some of the details it all just made me go eyebrow
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


1rof1

you may recall over a 2 and a half year period the you and you concerning you i would refer to
the conversations you agreed we had
the conversation you disagreed we could possible have had

now you know
nothing you can do
because the other person knows it can never be true
 Quoting: aether


1rof1

you may recall over a 2 and a half year period the you and you concerning you i would refer to
the conversations you agreed we had
the conversation you disagreed we could possible have had

now you know
nothing you can do
because the other person knows it can never be true
 Quoting: aether


Yeah, right after it happened I was thinking of that floating to the ceiling conversation you and I had like that...and was like holey sheeeet!

Made me laugh but you know, it didn't make sense then the way it does today!
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


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I have never been successful at solving the Rubik's Cube. It made little sense to me and have only tried perhaps 10 times in my life.

As a child I removed the stickers to make them match.

tounge


Yes, I had this dramatically quite recently when I was sure Fancy had asked me about the 'pilot'.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


I started worrying about it for a while. Realized there was nothing to do about it, and began ignoring if they were dream realities or not. If they changed me, they changed me. The only time I started thinking more on it, is if they had actual reference to the real world and people.

For example, I didn't know it, but I dreamed that my parents dog died. I didn't know it was a dream memory. I thought it was real (the dream memory was talking with my parents over the phone about the dog dying.

2 months later, they said something about "Maggie", and I said, "Wait a minute. Maggie died a couple months ago." Freaked my mom out, lol
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I had about a one year period where deja vu would occur so regularly, it became obvious to me that I was dreaming the days events in advance.

While precognitive dreams of disaster was something I was somewhat 'use to', this was mundane events, conversations, synchronicity IOW, but I had no knowledge of 'synch' at that time.

It became so I could expect it.

Once the 'lesson' was seemingly gleaned from said experiences, they deja vus slowed...or altered their shape if you will.

:)
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 Quoting: Septenary Man





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Cannabinoids have been found to have antioxidant properties, unrelated to NMDA receptor antagonism. This new found property makes cannabinoids useful in the treatment and prophylaxis of wide variety of oxidation associated diseases, such as ischemic, age-related, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. The cannabinoids are found to have particular application as neuroprotectants, for example in limiting neurological damage following ischemic insults, such as stroke and trauma, or in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and HIV dementia. Nonpsychoactive cannabinoids, such as cannabidoil, are particularly advantageous to use because they avoid toxicity that is encountered with psychoactive cannabinoids at high doses useful in the method of the present invention. A particular disclosed class of cannabinoids useful as neuroprotective antioxidants is formula (I) wherein the R group is independently selected from the group consisting...
 Quoting: Patent number: 6630507

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"There's no medicinal value to cannabis." I witnessed someone go from stage-4 (days to live) lymphoma to stage-1 in two weeks using cannabis oil. This survivor is still alive 6+ months later and healthier than I have ever seen her.
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 Quoting: aether


Cannabinoids have been long known to be effective anti-cancer agents, the synthetic grey-market ones are even more powerful in that regard.

The placement of Cannabis on the USCSA Schedule 1 was a crime against humanity.

...

PS
There is also no level of toxicity with cannabinoids, and cannabidiol is indeed psychoactive as a serotonin 1A receptor full agonist.

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I could solve the rubiks cube blind. (for the most part, lol) There was a pattern of rotation that would solve it. I don't remember how I came across the pattern. I must have read the solution somewhere and noticed the pattern. Funny, I don't remember how I came across the pattern. I doubt if I held one in my hand if I could instinctively remember it.

Though, thinking back on this, it feels like one of my dream memories. Sometimes I can't tell if they are dream memories or waking reality memories. This has a definable underling substance to it as a feeling, so it feels like it is a waking memory. These are the kinds of memories that just sit there, in my field, not mattering if it was a dream memory or real, it is still part of my field.

I'll have to ask my twin brother, as we would have both figured it out and practiced solving it.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I have never been successful at solving the Rubik's Cube. It made little sense to me and have only tried perhaps 10 times in my life.

As a child I removed the stickers to make them match.

tounge

 Quoting: Seer777


boss
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chuckle Good afternoon everyone! cheer
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Hello pi. :)


Just wanted to share.

I am not one who would often post a vid asking about 'orb' activity, but this vid I saw the other day caught my eye.

They do not appear to be 'dust motes' by the way they move.

@16 sec you can clearly see one change direction.

Bugs perhaps? Or orb activity?

Thoughts?


[link to www.youtube.com]

hmm
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chuckle Good afternoon everyone! cheer
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cheer
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Hello pi. :)


Just wanted to share.

I am not one who would often post a vid asking about 'orb' activity, but this vid I saw the other day caught my eye.

They do not appear to be 'dust motes' by the way they move.

@16 sec you can clearly see one change direction.

Bugs perhaps? Or orb activity?

Thoughts?


[link to www.youtube.com]

hmm
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does that feel an altered state environment as in:
child becomes "wizzy"
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Hello pi. :)


Just wanted to share.

I am not one who would often post a vid asking about 'orb' activity, but this vid I saw the other day caught my eye.

They do not appear to be 'dust motes' by the way they move.

@16 sec you can clearly see one change direction.

Bugs perhaps? Or orb activity?

Thoughts?


[link to www.youtube.com]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


does that feel an altered state environment as in:
child becomes "wizzy"
 Quoting: aether


ha I was trying to post something along those lines but had server doom to deal with.

Orbs/angels/guides whatever we call them, are attracted to altered state, high vibrations, and feel good feelings that we produce, imho, it is why i have many often, I hold altered state often, it is why mania kicks in if balance is not achieved, from build, as an example of mania, jigsaw, lovely poster no disrespect but he was achieving altered state without balance and I perceived the mania/manicness, not maniac, ahhh another sync, the poster from yesterday in chalk farm on rout to the hill, "maniac".

They do not like low states, or, oh oh they are charged by us so become more, from our altered state/high charge we make them more, hence as seer say and signs via numbers say I have army, my state is generally high, mood generally good unless prodded. is how it feels, this better post this time, blooming server doom.
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does that feel an altered state environment as in:
child becomes "wizzy"
 Quoting: aether


He seems to be enjoying himself well enough. Man will do just about anything to starve off boredom.


When I first noticed the orbs, I looked to see if he could be 'kicking up dust' as he falls. But there appears to be signs of conscious movement in the 'orbs' than something set adrift in the wind.


@16 second it changes direction twice, not once. Like a zig zag.

hmm
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good evening/afternoon see7,, aether and ac uk,,

walking the dog tonight was interesting indeed,,

the clear skys allowed a visionary delight,,

it is very busy up there at the moment,,

and no areoplanes in sight,,

much love,,
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good evening/afternoon see7,, aether and ac uk,,

walking the dog tonight was interesting indeed,,

the clear skys allowed a visionary delight,,

it is very busy up there at the moment,,

and no areoplanes in sight,,

much love,,
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good evening cheer
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good evening/afternoon see7,, aether and ac uk,,

walking the dog tonight was interesting indeed,,

the clear skys allowed a visionary delight,,

it is very busy up there at the moment,,

and no areoplanes in sight,,

much love,,
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Hello nobody, your walk sounds splendid.

:)



I found this earlier and found it interesting. Dragons being a theme lately.

SpaceX's Dragon Space Capsule Visible in Southern Night Sky


The private Dragon space capsule launched by SpaceX on Friday (March 1) is chasing the International Space Station, giving stargazers in the Southern Hemisphere a chance to spot the two spacecraft in the nighttime sky tonight.

SpaceX's unmanned Dragon capsule was slated to arrive at the space station early today (March 2), but a thruster glitch on the spacecraft (which has since been fixed) delayed that plan to no earlier than Sunday, extending the spacecraft sighting opportunities for stargazers.

When the two spacecraft finally meet, the space station's robotic arm will grapple Dragon and attach it a connecting port. Both spacecraft will then appear as a single bright moving "star," weather permitting.

But while the two vehicles remain separated from each other, it will give ground observers an opportunity to watch the SpaceX Dragon capsule and the International Space Station visible as separate entities, appearing as moving lights sailing across the twilight sky.


[link to news.yahoo.com]

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Hello pi. :)


Just wanted to share.

I am not one who would often post a vid asking about 'orb' activity, but this vid I saw the other day caught my eye.

They do not appear to be 'dust motes' by the way they move.

@16 sec you can clearly see one change direction.

Bugs perhaps? Or orb activity?

Thoughts?


[link to www.youtube.com]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Good evening

It looks like like its from the computer screen or tv screen they are filming to me. So something behind the people that is laughing. The baby likes the sensation of falling, lol, if the baby was looking at the lights moving then I would bespock
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Hubble Observes Glowing, Fiery Shells of Gas
[link to www.nasa.gov]

NASA thinks this photo looks like the 'Eye of Sauron' from Lord of the Rings
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Good evening nobody.

hugs for you bro
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Good evening

It looks like like its from the computer screen or tv screen they are filming to me. So something behind the people that is laughing. The baby likes the sensation of falling, lol, if the baby was looking at the lights moving then I would bespock
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good evening

are you going for another pilot tounge
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Hubble Observes Glowing, Fiery Shells of Gas
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 Quoting: aether


It looks like Yod, surrounded in a sea of blue and magenta.

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Good evening

It looks like like its from the computer screen or tv screen they are filming to me. So something behind the people that is laughing. The baby likes the sensation of falling, lol, if the baby was looking at the lights moving then I would bespock
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good evening

are you going for another pilot tounge
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lol, I don't know, gas mileage is my problem with it but was a great car otherwise. I hope my frustration isn't showingtounge

Was out all day and came home empty. I also forgot how conniving some car dealers are, uggh.
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Hello pi. :)


Just wanted to share.

I am not one who would often post a vid asking about 'orb' activity, but this vid I saw the other day caught my eye.

They do not appear to be 'dust motes' by the way they move.

@16 sec you can clearly see one change direction.

Bugs perhaps? Or orb activity?

Thoughts?


[link to www.youtube.com]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


It would certainly be an unusual pattern of movement. I wouldn't call it impossible for a small fly(s).... but there are lots of lights in that video.
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[link to youtu.be]

I saw this at the end of the baby vid tounge
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Hubble Observes Glowing, Fiery Shells of Gas
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It looks like Yod, surrounded in a sea of blue and magenta.

[link to www.google.com (secure)]

cool2
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oh

nice visuals
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Good evening

It looks like like its from the computer screen or tv screen they are filming to me. So something behind the people that is laughing. The baby likes the sensation of falling, lol, if the baby was looking at the lights moving then I would bespock
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


good evening

are you going for another pilot tounge
 Quoting: aether


lol, I don't know, gas mileage is my problem with it but was a great car otherwise. I hope my frustration isn't showingtounge

Was out all day and came home empty. I also forgot how conniving some car dealers are, uggh.
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1rof1

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