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Azeratel Axo

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[link to www.gematrix.org]


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Axo I think they call it an eye because it has characteristics of an eye. Something about shape or lens. In olden days people used this to see more. Breathing in Chi/Ki was different to apparently. The Sunlight can awaken this too is the way it sounds.
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The eyes are everyone everywhere...there is one who is the watcher of such things...architech lol

it's been that way for so long...

The all seeing eye sees what it is meant to see...

hf
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Tuatara are greenish brown and gray, and measure up to 80 cm (31 in) from head to tail-tip and weigh up to 1.3 kg (2.9 lb)[3] with a spiny crest along the back, especially pronounced in males. Their dentition, in which two rows of teeth in the upper jaw overlap one row on the lower jaw, is unique among living species.

They are further unusual in having a pronounced photoreceptive eye dubbed the "third eye", whose current function is a subject of ongoing research, but is thought to be involved in setting circadian and seasonal cycles. They are able to hear, although no external ear is present, and have a number of unique features in their skeleton, some of them apparently evolutionarily retained from fish.

Although tuatara are sometimes called "living fossils", recent anatomical work has shown they have changed significantly since the Mesozoic era.


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Tuataras have been put forward as evidence against Intelligent Design.

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What do you think? hmm
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Tuatara are greenish brown and gray, and measure up to 80 cm (31 in) from head to tail-tip and weigh up to 1.3 kg (2.9 lb)[3] with a spiny crest along the back, especially pronounced in males. Their dentition, in which two rows of teeth in the upper jaw overlap one row on the lower jaw, is unique among living species.

They are further unusual in having a pronounced photoreceptive eye dubbed the "third eye", whose current function is a subject of ongoing research, but is thought to be involved in setting circadian and seasonal cycles. They are able to hear, although no external ear is present, and have a number of unique features in their skeleton, some of them apparently evolutionarily retained from fish.

Although tuatara are sometimes called "living fossils", recent anatomical work has shown they have changed significantly since the Mesozoic era.


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Tuataras have been put forward as evidence against Intelligent Design.

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What do you think? hmm
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I found this interesting from you link...

Tuatara feature in a number of indigenous legends, and are held as ariki (God forms).

Tuatara are regarded as the messengers of Whiro, the god of death and disaster, and Maori women are forbidden to eat them. Tuatara also indicate tapu (the borders of what is sacred and restricted),beyond which there is mana, meaning there could be serious consequences if that boundary is crossed.

Maori women would sometimes tattoo images of lizards, some of which may represent tuatara, near their genitals. Today, tuatara are regarded as a taonga (special treasure)


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Seeing that, prompted this for me

Caribbean reef squid have been shown to communicate using a variety of color, shape, and texture changes.

Squid are capable of rapid changes in skin color and pattern through nervous control of chromatophores.[2]

In addition to camouflage and appearing larger in the face of a threat, squids use color, patterns, and flashing to communicate with one another in various courtship rituals.

Caribbean reef squid can send one message via color patterns to a squid on their right, while they send another message to a squid on their left.


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Now.... answer me this, if you please:

Do you know much about molluscs? And if so:

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What is wrong with this picture? hmm

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Squids are a bit of a re-occuring theme here.

I just wanted to share this interesting bit of synchronicity that happened to me yesterday as I arrived at Market.

This is what greeted me upon arrival...


It's a chalk drawing of a squid wearing a hat, with one of it's tentacles touching a triangle.

Squidwithhat

tounge

lol.



What are the odds...?

Much love.

cool2
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What are the odds...?
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all that is not you utilizes anything that is not you to talk to you
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tounge
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Aether use to say that a lot.

tounge
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lmao


Well it turns out....

squid are colourblind..... perhaps it is more proper to say that they are simply radiating thoughts.... and as the electricity of the thoughtwave strikes the chromatophores, it just so happens to form a nearly meaningful pattern for an observing ape....

So the question becomes...

Just how much smarter are they than we are? tounge
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Shapeshifter hybrid polygon pupil and iris

hmm

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Evidence of color vision has been found in the sparkling enope squid (Watasenia scintillans),

which achieves color vision by the use of three distinct retinal molecules

(A1, sensitive to red; A2, to purple, and A4, to yellow?) which bind to its opsin.


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Proof of telepathy?


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How long is a day? hmm
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Proof of telepathy?


spock
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Have you received that before?

Not an easy one to pin down with 'proof', but quite startling when it stares you in the face...so to speak.

Listening
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Proof of telepathy?
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Have you received that before?

Not an easy one to pin down with 'proof', but quite startling when it stares you in the face...so to speak.

Listening
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I mis-spoke.

I meant 'proof' in the bottom-line empirical sense. ;P

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Hence, Spock.

lmao

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Proof of telepathy?
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Have you received that before?

Not an easy one to pin down with 'proof', but quite startling when it stares you in the face...so to speak.

Listening
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I mis-spoke.

I meant 'proof' in the bottom-line empirical sense. ;P

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Hence, Spock.

lmao
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Have you received proof for yourself of said?

Or IOW, have you come in contact with telepaths?


Telepathy, I assume could be seen as STRONG sense of empathy.

I have also considered this is how the animals communicate. For example, birds when they fly in a tight flock, and then all suddenly seem to turn together as a unit. Fish as well.

There are those it seems, that go well beyond 'empathy'...in that sense.

At least in my experience.


It is not an easy concept to bend with. And is often rejected.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Have you received proof for yourself of said?

Or IOW, have you come in contact with telepaths?
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What is a 'companion spirit' in your words?


Telepathy, I assume could be seen as STRONG sense of empathy.

I have also considered this is how the animals communicate. For example, birds when they fly in a tight flock, and then all suddenly seem to turn together as a unit. Fish as well.

There are those it seems, that go well beyond 'empathy'...in that sense.

At least in my experience.


It is not an easy concept to bend with. And is often rejected.
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I think it is a bit of a reach to say that those giant schools of fish are empathizing with the others in the group.

Unless they are thousands of times more efficient thinkers than we are.
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Have you received proof for yourself of said?

Or IOW, have you come in contact with telepaths?
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What is a 'companion spirit' in your words?


Telepathy, I assume could be seen as STRONG sense of empathy.

I have also considered this is how the animals communicate. For example, birds when they fly in a tight flock, and then all suddenly seem to turn together as a unit. Fish as well.

There are those it seems, that go well beyond 'empathy'...in that sense.

At least in my experience.


It is not an easy concept to bend with. And is often rejected.
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I think it is a bit of a reach to say that those giant schools of fish are empathizing with the others in the group.

Unless they are thousands of times more efficient thinkers than we are.
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Well...I think it just a type of field utilization.

There is this specific flock I watch at the beach. They don't seem to signal each other with audible calls before there is a 'turn'.

I always marvel how they don't run into each other. Or even clip wings...

It's fluid.

Flying is swimming in Air.

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What if they were using a polarized 'crystal grid'?



[link to youtu.be]

Is there a shape that reminds you of?

Is it really a ball?

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Telepathy with others and animals and insects has occurred in my experience with people that are empathic including on this site and others. Usually it's been brief for me but its there. People who have a reverence for all life seem to possess this more. I think we have alot of senses we don't utilize or fully utilize.
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Telepathy with others and animals and insects has occurred in my experience with people that are empathic including on this site and others. Usually it's been brief for me but its there. People who have a reverence for all life seem to possess this more. I think we have alot of senses we don't utilize or fully utilize.
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[link to www.gematrix.org]



[link to youtu.be]


InternalGemMatriInternalGemMatri


[link to www.gematrix.org]

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Telepathy with others and animals and insects has occurred in my experience with people that are empathic including on this site and others. Usually it's been brief for me but its there. People who have a reverence for all life seem to possess this more. I think we have alot of senses we don't utilize or fully utilize.
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Yes.

And like any skill, it can come with practice.


Animal telepathy is rather well documented.


[link to www.youtube.com]


[link to www.youtube.com]

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I am off to sleep.

nn.

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I am off to sleep.

nn.

:)
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Sweet dreams flower
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May I edit this right now

don't look to hard ok

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Lets find the answer, instead of being a Scrut

Of everything u ever ku
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i rememer pi, when you said i looked like a prof of yours

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i rememer pi, when you said i looked like a prof of yours

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Only a cunuk would know right?


Don't make it worse bro, or i will get a litle angry

Or do do you wanna scream at me ax
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I'll beat you

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Keep in your mind your theach



Fuckin respect 2
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hmm

Idiot