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good afternoon to you nico,, aether and all,,



much love,,
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good afternoon to you nico,, aether and all,,



much love,,
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Liking your new numbers...

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yes sept
what we have running two natural ways to embrace the same singular affect of our environment

we have the indigenous way , the mounds and the ley lines of vortical (circular) design
and
we have the non earth origin was of pyramids with angels

they both do the same thing but they are emotionally shaped to two quite different environments
the non earth origin constructions shapes our local environment into shape that fits our visitors and affects as too

nothing negative but can and does prompt confusion if unknown
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'cept Giza is looking more like spa with lightning collectors
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divinity requires neither by design,,

nor ever by such clothing would it be recognised,,

divinity is simply a word thus stitched by another indeed,,

only rags reflect the truer cloth in all such material understandings,,

much love,,
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damned
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Just need to get this off my chest...


What is the difference between vengeance and justice?
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hmm
when I think about the words, vengeance seems to be more driven by the emotion of a person, seeking some form of revenge, good or bad.

justice would be something that most can agree upon is "rightfull vengeance"
by fact and not emotion
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divinity requires neither by design,,

nor ever by such clothing would it be recognised,,

divinity is simply a word thus stitched by another indeed,,

only rags reflect the truer cloth in all such material understandings,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 35960777


Require, does not mean doesn't utilize.

If we are to believe the myths, God's justice/vengeance is swift and fully destructive...

Does that indicate ALL LOVING?

If not, what does it show?



Divine judgment by Yahweh was then passed upon Sodom and Gomorrah along with two other neighboring cities that were completely consumed by fire and brimstone.

Neighboring Zoar (Bela) was the only city to be spared during that day of judgment.

In Abrahamic traditions, Sodom and Gomorrah have become synonymous with impenitent sin, and their fall with a proverbial manifestation of God's wrath

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
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perhaps the history and writings of men,, are are not the complete truths,,

they are simple material idologies of mens design,, too attempt to understand the incomprehensible,,

perhaps the answers,, unrequired,, are within and therefore unrequired by no external confirmation,,

much love,,
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yes sept
what we have running two natural ways to embrace the same singular affect of our environment

we have the indigenous way , the mounds and the ley lines of vortical (circular) design
and
we have the non earth origin was of pyramids with angels

they both do the same thing but they are emotionally shaped to two quite different environments
the non earth origin constructions shapes our local environment into shape that fits our visitors and affects as too

nothing negative but can and does prompt confusion if unknown
 Quoting: aether


'cept Giza is looking more like spa with lightning collectors
 Quoting: just a dude


cheer

nice description jad
you know this path of talking to our past , present and distant simultaneously prompts the fascinating environment of multidimensional experience

i like it tounge
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Just need to get this off my chest...


What is the difference between vengeance and justice?
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hmm
when I think about the words, vengeance seems to be more driven by the emotion of a person, seeking some form of revenge, good or bad.

justice would be something that most can agree upon is "rightfull vengeance"
by fact and not emotion
 Quoting: Michael_


Is it possible to completely separate the two?

Can one, regardless of training or intent, when hearing of a reprehensible crime, completely separate themselves from the emotions hearing of said conjured?
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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i`ll place the following in the blonde moment box

you remember that our younger but ancient to us ancestors cultures inherited a system of monuments consisting of mounts and ley lines

the roman empire, as all our young cultures formed it`s own beliefs expressed in art, architecture, symbolism etc. on the mounts and over the ley lines (straight roads) to impose their way

the romans were more aware than us today, being nearer to the time the awareness of this information was expressed within our egyptian culture and they were vigilant for any signs of ancient awareness of this inherited but unknown to them purpose, use of the system

our older ancestors interaction with non material energy (magic) associated with the system was known to include unusual use of hands and feet by those whom utilized this magic ability

today that is called tensegrity in physics (invisible architecture} and the practice still manifests within many cultures

Tensegrity is the name given to the modern version of the Magical Passes and the fluid and energetically efficient way of being—the path with heart

the roman empire was very wary of any person expressing signs that they were of our very ancient ancestors nature so anyone utilizing mounts (sacred sites) to express themselves and magical passes (miracles to the unaware) were a worry to the empire as without exception, the lifestyle expressed by our ancient ancestor was quite different to the one imposed by the empire

the empire placed those whom expressed ancient ancestor awareness on crosses either along the roads (ley lines) or on the mounts (sacred sites) with nails in their feet and hands as a warning to all that the empire controlled the magic and no other would be tolerated
 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


Remember, the Romans are just resettled Greeks as is much of Northern Africa. Their common agitant being Scythian nomadic wartribes and Galatian Goths, otherwise known as Keltoi.

Dolomen.

People forget that the primary conflict on this planet is between the city state and the free men.

Laager culture about says it.
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Just need to get this off my chest...


What is the difference between vengeance and justice?
 Quoting: Seer777


hmm
when I think about the words, vengeance seems to be more driven by the emotion of a person, seeking some form of revenge, good or bad.

justice would be something that most can agree upon is "rightfull vengeance"
by fact and not emotion
 Quoting: Michael_


Is it possible to completely separate the two?

Can one, regardless of training or intent, when hearing of a reprehensible crime, completely separate themselves from the emotions hearing of said conjured?
 Quoting: Seer777


I would say that it depends on the nature of the crime and your prior experiences, we seem to attach emotions to certain experiences and similar scenarios will make us feel those emotions again.

Would you trust a machine to judge you?
would you trust that it, without any emotion, could be a better judge?
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divinity requires neither by design,,

nor ever by such clothing would it be recognised,,

divinity is simply a word thus stitched by another indeed,,

only rags reflect the truer cloth in all such material understandings,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 35960777


Require, does not mean doesn't utilize.

If we are to believe the myths, God's justice/vengeance is swift and fully destructive...

Does that indicate ALL LOVING?

If not, what does it show?



Divine judgment by Yahweh was then passed upon Sodom and Gomorrah along with two other neighboring cities that were completely consumed by fire and brimstone.

Neighboring Zoar (Bela) was the only city to be spared during that day of judgment.

In Abrahamic traditions, Sodom and Gomorrah have become synonymous with impenitent sin, and their fall with a proverbial manifestation of God's wrath

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


It is also said Sodom and Gomorrah were the wellsprings of life, depending on perspective and which side one aligns.

To me, this feuding is annoying.
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Just need to get this off my chest...


What is the difference between vengeance and justice?
 Quoting: Seer777


hmm
when I think about the words, vengeance seems to be more driven by the emotion of a person, seeking some form of revenge, good or bad.

justice would be something that most can agree upon is "rightfull vengeance"
by fact and not emotion
 Quoting: Michael_


Is it possible to completely separate the two?

Can one, regardless of training or intent, when hearing of a reprehensible crime, completely separate themselves from the emotions hearing of said conjured?
 Quoting: Seer777


Yes it is. It is called duty.
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Just need to get this off my chest...


What is the difference between vengeance and justice?
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hmm
when I think about the words, vengeance seems to be more driven by the emotion of a person, seeking some form of revenge, good or bad.

justice would be something that most can agree upon is "rightfull vengeance"
by fact and not emotion
 Quoting: Michael_


Is it possible to completely separate the two?

Can one, regardless of training or intent, when hearing of a reprehensible crime, completely separate themselves from the emotions hearing of said conjured?
 Quoting: Seer777


I would say that it depends on the nature of the crime and your prior experiences, we seem to attach emotions to certain experiences and similar scenarios will make us feel those emotions again.

Would you trust a machine to judge you?
would you trust that it, without any emotion, could be a better judge?
 Quoting: Michael_


How about this for example, which I found early this morning propped on the back of this thread.

Thread: Teenage sex slave raped 90 times in one weekend - Welcome to Britain 2013


Briefs comments on said thread so disgusted me I found myself wrestling with desire to seek vengeance...in ways I probably shouldn't.

Eye for and eye type thing.

No one invokes my rage like Brief.
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see7,,

too difine correctly the answer to any weighted question,,

you need first define this reality,,

the weight of the latter truth then will directly affect the minds insitu persuasional leaning,,

as each persuasion is directly subjective to the other,,

mirrors indeed,,


much love,,
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divinity requires neither by design,,

nor ever by such clothing would it be recognised,,

divinity is simply a word thus stitched by another indeed,,

only rags reflect the truer cloth in all such material understandings,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 35960777


Require, does not mean doesn't utilize.

If we are to believe the myths, God's justice/vengeance is swift and fully destructive...

Does that indicate ALL LOVING?

If not, what does it show?



Divine judgment by Yahweh was then passed upon Sodom and Gomorrah along with two other neighboring cities that were completely consumed by fire and brimstone.

Neighboring Zoar (Bela) was the only city to be spared during that day of judgment.

In Abrahamic traditions, Sodom and Gomorrah have become synonymous with impenitent sin, and their fall with a proverbial manifestation of God's wrath

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Depends on the definition of love.
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Require, does not mean doesn't utilize.

If we are to believe the myths, God's justice/vengeance is swift and fully destructive...

Does that indicate ALL LOVING?

If not, what does it show?



Divine judgment by Yahweh was then passed upon Sodom and Gomorrah along with two other neighboring cities that were completely consumed by fire and brimstone.

Neighboring Zoar (Bela) was the only city to be spared during that day of judgment.

In Abrahamic traditions, Sodom and Gomorrah have become synonymous with impenitent sin, and their fall with a proverbial manifestation of God's wrath

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Depends on the definition of love.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


I agree.

Care to expound?
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Remember, the Romans are just resettled Greeks as is much of Northern Africa. Their common agitant being Scythian nomadic wartribes and Galatian Goths, otherwise known as Keltoi.

Dolomen.

People forget that the primary conflict on this planet is between the city state and the free men.

Laager culture about says it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


yes the cross over between what was remembered (golden age)
and
what became of all people following our golden age has yet to settle into something that prompts our golden age emotional experience to arise within ourselves once again
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Remember, the Romans are just resettled Greeks as is much of Northern Africa. Their common agitant being Scythian nomadic wartribes and Galatian Goths, otherwise known as Keltoi.

Dolomen.

People forget that the primary conflict on this planet is between the city state and the free men.

Laager culture about says it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


yes the cross over between what was remembered (golden age)
and
what became of all people following our golden age has yet to settle into something that prompts our golden age emotional experience to arise within ourselves once again
 Quoting: aether


which is where we are going /z\ tounge
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How about this for example, which I found early this morning propped on the back of this thread.

Thread: Teenage sex slave raped 90 times in one weekend - Welcome to Britain 2013


Briefs comments on said thread so disgusted me I found myself wrestling with desire to seek vengeance...in ways I probably shouldn't.

Eye for and eye type thing.

No one invokes my rage like Brief.
 Quoting: Seer777


Brief always have a certain comment style, sometimes lacking empathy.

I think it is normal to have that feeling of wanting revenge on her behalf.
Wanting to punish those men, but we have to rely on the "justice" of the system, which is better than the eye for an eye spiral of vengeance.

I just can't help thinking, why, what makes people do such things, are they born with those desires and emotions, lacking compassion and empathy, just acting on animalistic instinct like beasts.

fuckit, not gonna dwell on that, gonna make some coffee and cheer up!
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How about this for example, which I found early this morning propped on the back of this thread.

Thread: Teenage sex slave raped 90 times in one weekend - Welcome to Britain 2013


Briefs comments on said thread so disgusted me I found myself wrestling with desire to seek vengeance...in ways I probably shouldn't.

Eye for and eye type thing.

No one invokes my rage like Brief.
 Quoting: Seer777


Brief always have a certain comment style, sometimes lacking empathy.

I think it is normal to have that feeling of wanting revenge on her behalf.
Wanting to punish those men, but we have to rely on the "justice" of the system, which is better than the eye for an eye spiral of vengeance.

I just can't help thinking, why, what makes people do such things, are they born with those desires and emotions, lacking compassion and empathy, just acting on animalistic instinct like beasts.
 Quoting: Michael_



It was callous disregard and jokes made at this child's experience by Brief, which goes so far beyond my ability to comprehend a Mind which would utter said, I find myself incapable of dealing properly with the emotion it arises in me.

It was Brief I wanted vengeance on.

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Remember, the Romans are just resettled Greeks as is much of Northern Africa. Their common agitant being Scythian nomadic wartribes and Galatian Goths, otherwise known as Keltoi.

Dolomen.

People forget that the primary conflict on this planet is between the city state and the free men.

Laager culture about says it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


yes the cross over between what was remembered (golden age)
and
what became of all people following our golden age has yet to settle into something that prompts our golden age emotional experience to arise within ourselves once again
 Quoting: aether


which is where we are going /z\ tounge
 Quoting: aether




As U Can Hear... tounge

hf
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How about this for example, which I found early this morning propped on the back of this thread.

Thread: Teenage sex slave raped 90 times in one weekend - Welcome to Britain 2013


Briefs comments on said thread so disgusted me I found myself wrestling with desire to seek vengeance...in ways I probably shouldn't.

Eye for and eye type thing.

No one invokes my rage like Brief.
 Quoting: Seer777


Brief always have a certain comment style, sometimes lacking empathy.

I think it is normal to have that feeling of wanting revenge on her behalf.
Wanting to punish those men, but we have to rely on the "justice" of the system, which is better than the eye for an eye spiral of vengeance.

I just can't help thinking, why, what makes people do such things, are they born with those desires and emotions, lacking compassion and empathy, just acting on animalistic instinct like beasts.
 Quoting: Michael_



It was callous disregard and jokes made at this child's experience by Brief, which goes so far beyond my ability to comprehend a Mind which would utter said, I find myself incapable of dealing properly with the emotion it arises in me.

It was Brief I wanted vengeance on.

...
 Quoting: Seer777

ah, well I agree that what he said in that thread was stupid and cruel, and I think it would be ok to throw a punch at him if he said it in real life :p - or maybe just yell at him, violence is so ape.

though I have a feeling that he wouldn't make a comment like that if he was talking about the subject among people, the internet is a sort of safety valve for some people :)
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Require, does not mean doesn't utilize.

If we are to believe the myths, God's justice/vengeance is swift and fully destructive...

Does that indicate ALL LOVING?

If not, what does it show?



Divine judgment by Yahweh was then passed upon Sodom and Gomorrah along with two other neighboring cities that were completely consumed by fire and brimstone.

Neighboring Zoar (Bela) was the only city to be spared during that day of judgment.

In Abrahamic traditions, Sodom and Gomorrah have become synonymous with impenitent sin, and their fall with a proverbial manifestation of God's wrath

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
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Depends on the definition of love.
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I agree.

Care to expound?
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It is that which curtails the freedom of a community to create by creating repetition which subsists in the place of growth or development.

Addiction and the inability to see it's costs.
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How about this for example, which I found early this morning propped on the back of this thread.

Thread: Teenage sex slave raped 90 times in one weekend - Welcome to Britain 2013


Briefs comments on said thread so disgusted me I found myself wrestling with desire to seek vengeance...in ways I probably shouldn't.

Eye for and eye type thing.

No one invokes my rage like Brief.
 Quoting: Seer777


Brief always have a certain comment style, sometimes lacking empathy.

I think it is normal to have that feeling of wanting revenge on her behalf.
Wanting to punish those men, but we have to rely on the "justice" of the system, which is better than the eye for an eye spiral of vengeance.

I just can't help thinking, why, what makes people do such things, are they born with those desires and emotions, lacking compassion and empathy, just acting on animalistic instinct like beasts.
 Quoting: Michael_



It was callous disregard and jokes made at this child's experience by Brief, which goes so far beyond my ability to comprehend a Mind which would utter said, I find myself incapable of dealing properly with the emotion it arises in me.

It was Brief I wanted vengeance on.

...
 Quoting: Seer777


?Read my above post and realize that (it) (the human bot known as Brief) persists as a tic or spasm subsisting on the regurgitation of trite inventions of other self satisfied minds.

they do say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
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?Read my above post and realize that (it) (the human bot known as Brief) persists as a tic or spasm subsisting on the regurgitation of trite inventions of other self satisfied minds.

they do say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
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I suppose.

Perhaps I should set him to 'ignore'. Then I won't have to randomly stumble upon his deplorable belief system.
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How about this for example, which I found early this morning propped on the back of this thread.

Thread: Teenage sex slave raped 90 times in one weekend - Welcome to Britain 2013


Briefs comments on said thread so disgusted me I found myself wrestling with desire to seek vengeance...in ways I probably shouldn't.

Eye for and eye type thing.

No one invokes my rage like Brief.
 Quoting: Seer777


Brief always have a certain comment style, sometimes lacking empathy.

I think it is normal to have that feeling of wanting revenge on her behalf.
Wanting to punish those men, but we have to rely on the "justice" of the system, which is better than the eye for an eye spiral of vengeance.

I just can't help thinking, why, what makes people do such things, are they born with those desires and emotions, lacking compassion and empathy, just acting on animalistic instinct like beasts.
 Quoting: Michael_



It was callous disregard and jokes made at this child's experience by Brief, which goes so far beyond my ability to comprehend a Mind which would utter said, I find myself incapable of dealing properly with the emotion it arises in me.

It was Brief I wanted vengeance on.

...
 Quoting: Seer777


I would walk away or don't interact with him. If he follows you or interacts with you again, then whoop ass.

My problem right now is people taking advantage(offline people) arg...
I guess this is part of the mingleafro
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I would walk away or don't interact with him. If he follows you or interacts with you again, then whoop ass.

My problem right now is people taking advantage(offline people) arg...
I guess this is part of the mingleafro
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Yeah.

I just came to the same conclusion.

He doesn't 'follow me', I just randomly stumble on his comments and I am almost always nonplussed by his words.

I don't understand how one could be so callous.
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Just need to get this off my chest...


What is the difference between vengeance and justice?

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Perception
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