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I've heard that "we don't inherit the earth from our ancestors but borrow it from our children." I like that saying.
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all current technologies are perhaps simply,, un-realised attempt,, too mirror the forgotten spiritual abilities of our golden age,,

certain stand alone 4th dimensional interferences,, have perhaps,, encouraged this stand alone technology direction,, for a personal motive gain,, via an exceptional growth of greator intellegence,, and a thus created and learn'ed dimensional bleed,,

spirituality/technology,, when seperated,,

divide each other,,

yet the source reflects both truths,,

always as and within one,,

and never divided,,

there is no growth when seperated,,


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On another note, me and 141 will maybe be going to stone henge to watch the sun rise on the equinox, find out tomorrow if it is possible....

How exciting, then we might pop down to tower hill for around 11.30'ish to see the druids procession and ceremonies.

All become shaman.
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On another note, me and 141 will maybe be going to stone henge to watch the sun rise on the equinox, find out tomorrow if it is possible....

How exciting, then we might pop down to tower hill for around 11.30'ish to see the druids procession and ceremonies.

All become shaman.
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That's awesome! How long a drive is it?
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THAT sounds awesome!

cheer
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On another note, me and 141 will maybe be going to stone henge to watch the sun rise on the equinox, find out tomorrow if it is possible....

How exciting, then we might pop down to tower hill for around 11.30'ish to see the druids procession and ceremonies.

All become shaman.
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That's awesome! How long a drive is it?
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An hour and a half, cheeky buggers want £99 to get a coach and have access to the stones, I say we drive up and jump the fence, £200 to watch the sun rise there man that takes the micky, so we will most likely drive up with a friend sun rises at about 6 am on that day, so we will leave at 4.
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On another note, me and 141 will maybe be going to stone henge to watch the sun rise on the equinox, find out tomorrow if it is possible....

How exciting, then we might pop down to tower hill for around 11.30'ish to see the druids procession and ceremonies.

All become shaman.
 Quoting: acuk 36235101


That's awesome! How long a drive is it?
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An hour and a half, cheeky buggers want £99 to get a coach and have access to the stones, I say we drive up and jump the fence, £200 to watch the sun rise there man that takes the micky, so we will most likely drive up with a friend sun rises at about 6 am on that day, so we will leave at 4.
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Damn, that would be so fun. Do they not have someone making sure no one goes close to them? Especially on equinoxes?
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neato Acuk!






Im trying to put some pieces from previous pages together but Im stuck on "Boitata" at first I thought it was Biodata misspelled but then spotted it in seperate post too.

I've searched and the only thing I have found that seems to almost fit the usage is this:

"There are two versions for the Brazilian boitatá legend: some says that it is a huge fire serpent which lives in the rivers and attacks others animals to absorb their energy and light to keep its fire in the water.
The other version says it is a bull-like creature which spits fire from his mouth, but in reality it is the soul of a wicked person."

from: [link to www.pantheon.org]

doesnt seem to fit but Im having troble finding anything better.



on a side track I found this interesting:
Will-o'-the-wisp
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
still reading it
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On another note, me and 141 will maybe be going to stone henge to watch the sun rise on the equinox, find out tomorrow if it is possible....

How exciting, then we might pop down to tower hill for around 11.30'ish to see the druids procession and ceremonies.

All become shaman.
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That's awesome! How long a drive is it?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


An hour and a half, cheeky buggers want £99 to get a coach and have access to the stones, I say we drive up and jump the fence, £200 to watch the sun rise there man that takes the micky, so we will most likely drive up with a friend sun rises at about 6 am on that day, so we will leave at 4.
 Quoting: acuk 36235101


Damn, that would be so fun. Do they not have someone making sure no one goes close to them? Especially on equinoxes?
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Yes that is why it costs so much so we can go in amongst the stones on that day, normally they charge £7.00 for access yet that still puts you about 20 meters away from the stones.

The naughty bugger in me still says jump the fence hahaha, 141 is far to nice for all that, he appears incorruptible, guess I just gotta try harder hehehehe
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That's awesome! How long a drive is it?
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An hour and a half, cheeky buggers want £99 to get a coach and have access to the stones, I say we drive up and jump the fence, £200 to watch the sun rise there man that takes the micky, so we will most likely drive up with a friend sun rises at about 6 am on that day, so we will leave at 4.
 Quoting: acuk 36235101


Damn, that would be so fun. Do they not have someone making sure no one goes close to them? Especially on equinoxes?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes that is why it costs so much so we can go in amongst the stones on that day, normally they charge £7.00 for access yet that still puts you about 20 meters away from the stones.

The naughty bugger in me still says jump the fence hahaha, 141 is far to nice for all that, he appears incorruptible, guess I just gotta try harder hehehehe
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laugh

Corrupting 141, lmao.
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Do they limit access to it all the time or specifically just on solstice or equinox events?
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neato Acuk!






Im trying to put some pieces from previous pages together but Im stuck on "Boitata" at first I thought it was Biodata misspelled but then spotted it in seperate post too.

I've searched and the only thing I have found that seems to almost fit the usage is this:

"There are two versions for the Brazilian boitatá legend: some says that it is a huge fire serpent which lives in the rivers and attacks others animals to absorb their energy and light to keep its fire in the water.
The other version says it is a bull-like creature which spits fire from his mouth, but in reality it is the soul of a wicked person."

from: [link to www.pantheon.org]

doesnt seem to fit but Im having troble finding anything better.



on a side track I found this interesting:
Will-o'-the-wisp
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
still reading it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29203778

Loved to watch willow the wisp as a child.

here ya go.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Do they limit access to it all the time or specifically just on solstice or equinox events?
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You can only get near the stones on set times like the solstice and so on.

Normal price on normal day, with no access to stones is £7.00

On the 20th with access to stones £99.00
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“Boitatá
This is a Brazilian version of the myth that explains the Will o' Wisp or Saint-Elmo's Fire which exists in almost all cultures. In Germany, it is the Irrlicht (the mad light) carried by tiny and invisible dwarves. In England it is the Jack Lantern who, in the form of a ghost, guides the travelers through the bogs and wetlands; in France it is the Sinister Moine des Marais (monk from the wetlands), with the same attributes as the swamp guides; in Portugal they are the alminhas (little souls), the souls of the pagan boys or the apparition of a soul who left behind some buried money and can't save itself until this treasure is found by someone.
In Brazil this is one of the oldest myths, and it's origin is almost entirely indigenous. It would be a fire-snake that wandered the fields, protecting against those who try to set fire to them. Sometimes it's transformed into a thick burning log that kills by combustion those who burn the fields uselessly. The boitatá was mentioned by the priest Anchieta in his São Vicente letter dated of May 31, 1560. The priest translated its name as a ‘thing of fire, that is all fire'. Mbai means thing, and tatá fire, giving the exact version: a living fire that moves, leaving a bright track. Since there's another similar tupi word, mboi, that means snake, we come to mboi-tatá, the fire snake. It is also known as a serpent of fire that lives in the water, or a big snake that kills the animals and eats their eyes; that's why it is so full of light — it's the light of their eyes. [It can be] a bull or an ox that breathes fire from it's mouth or a bad person's spirit who wanders the land, torching the fields or running around as a firecracker or a torch, in differing versions. It is known by different names in different regions of Brazil.
In the Northeast is called batatão, in the center-south is boitatá, bitatá, batatá and baitatá. In the state of Minas Gerais, it's known as batatal, and in Bahia it's called biatatá. Cautiously, the priest Anchieta said: ‘What it may be is still not known for sure'.” [link to globalvoicesonline.org]
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That's awesome! How long a drive is it?
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An hour and a half, cheeky buggers want £99 to get a coach and have access to the stones, I say we drive up and jump the fence, £200 to watch the sun rise there man that takes the micky, so we will most likely drive up with a friend sun rises at about 6 am on that day, so we will leave at 4.
 Quoting: acuk 36235101


Damn, that would be so fun. Do they not have someone making sure no one goes close to them? Especially on equinoxes?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes that is why it costs so much so we can go in amongst the stones on that day, normally they charge £7.00 for access yet that still puts you about 20 meters away from the stones.

The naughty bugger in me still says jump the fence hahaha, 141 is far to nice for all that, he appears incorruptible, guess I just gotta try harder hehehehe
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I don't live far from the henge, I thought it was free as it is a religious ceremony? I heard normally 20,000 people go? Have you been before?
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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It's funny, in looking at some of the comments from the tourist sites about stonehenge it says people are miffed when they see drunks partying up close and touching the stones in one tour group but recall in their own private tour being strictly told not to touch the stones at all...seems it depends on which company takes you in?
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An hour and a half, cheeky buggers want £99 to get a coach and have access to the stones, I say we drive up and jump the fence, £200 to watch the sun rise there man that takes the micky, so we will most likely drive up with a friend sun rises at about 6 am on that day, so we will leave at 4.
 Quoting: acuk 36235101


Damn, that would be so fun. Do they not have someone making sure no one goes close to them? Especially on equinoxes?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes that is why it costs so much so we can go in amongst the stones on that day, normally they charge £7.00 for access yet that still puts you about 20 meters away from the stones.

The naughty bugger in me still says jump the fence hahaha, 141 is far to nice for all that, he appears incorruptible, guess I just gotta try harder hehehehe
 Quoting: acuk 36235101


I don't live far from the henge, I thought it was free as it is a religious ceremony? I heard normally 20,000 people go? Have you been before?
 Quoting: songwaves


That many on solstice, equinox is meant to be a lot less.

hahah I bet that security guard thinks they are all nutters

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Every planetary body (including the Earth) is surrounded by its own gravitational field
 Quoting: observation

indigenous /\

Gravity decreases with altitude

If the Earth were a sphere of uniform density then gravity would decrease linearly to zero as one traveled in a straight line from the Earth's surface to its center
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

up or down reduces emotional contact with our indigenous emotional field /\

Boitatá is indigenous this: \/

Telluric current

A telluric current (from Latin "earth"), or Earth current, is an electric current which moves underground or through the sea. Telluric currents result from both natural causes and human activity, and the discrete currents interact in a complex pattern. The currents are extremely low frequency and travel over large areas at or near the surface of Earth.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

global electric circuit is this: \/

Atmospheric electricity

Atmospheric electricity is the regular diurnal variations of the Earth's atmospheric electromagnetic network or, more broadly, any planet's electrical system in its layer of gases. The Earth's surface, the atmosphere and the ionosphere, together are known as the global atmospheric electrical circuit. Atmospheric electricity is a multidisciplinary topic
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

we have discovered no one in authority on earth since the end of our golden age when this topic arose knows anything emotionally loving or practical concerning these matters
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Do they limit access to it all the time or specifically just on solstice or equinox events?
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You can only get near the stones on set times like the solstice and so on.

Normal price on normal day, with no access to stones is £7.00

On the 20th with access to stones £99.00
 Quoting: acuk 36235101


Dang on the price, although I'd pay it one time if I lived close.
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Every planetary body (including the Earth) is surrounded by its own gravitational field
 Quoting: observation

indigenous /\

Gravity decreases with altitude

If the Earth were a sphere of uniform density then gravity would decrease linearly to zero as one traveled in a straight line from the Earth's surface to its center
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

up or down reduces emotional contact with our indigenous emotional field /\

Boitatá is indigenous this: \/

Telluric current

A telluric current (from Latin "earth"), or Earth current, is an electric current which moves underground or through the sea. Telluric currents result from both natural causes and human activity, and the discrete currents interact in a complex pattern. The currents are extremely low frequency and travel over large areas at or near the surface of Earth.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

global electric circuit is this: \/

Atmospheric electricity

Atmospheric electricity is the regular diurnal variations of the Earth's atmospheric electromagnetic network or, more broadly, any planet's electrical system in its layer of gases. The Earth's surface, the atmosphere and the ionosphere, together are known as the global atmospheric electrical circuit. Atmospheric electricity is a multidisciplinary topic
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

we have discovered no one in authority on earth since the end of our golden age when this topic arose knows anything emotionally loving or practical concerning these matters
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 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


How does buoyancy fit in:


Any object, wholly or partially immersed in a fluid, is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object.

— Archimedes of Syracuse
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"A great scientific instrument lies sprawled over the entire surface of the globe. At some period - perhaps it was over 4,000 years ago - almost every corner of the world was visited by a group of men who came with a particular task to accomplish. With the help of some remarkable power, by which they could cut and raise enormous blocks of stone ,these men erected vast astronomical instruments, circles of erect pillars, PYRAMIDS, underground tunnels, cyclopean alignments, whose course from horizon to horizon was marked by stones, mounds, and earthwork.
 Quoting: history

John Mitchell's "The View Over Atlantis", p69:
[link to www.despatch.cth.com.au]

so we know upon this day the system ison in a manner it was not before rockon


i get it
it does not absorb incoming very excessive energy it radiates it back into the universe a la tesla style silently and efficiently being it`self powered by telluric currents

oh i get it

Large "telluric currents" have been found circulating through Earth's crust because our magnetic field induces current flow in conductive strata. Thousands of amperes flow beneath the surface, varying according to conductivity. Since the Sun can affect Earth's magnetic field through geomagnetic storms, fluctuations in telluric currents can occur when there is an increase in sunspots or solar flares, because they create oscillations in the ionosphere
 Quoting: science


the system feeds of telluric currents
if those currents approach potential to alter our magnetic field the system kicks in and utilizes the currents thus dissipating their energy back into our universe silently and efficiently by conversion into longitudinal waves (scalar)
no heat or mess,just energy/information effectively back to source (universe)
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Damn, that would be so fun. Do they not have someone making sure no one goes close to them? Especially on equinoxes?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes that is why it costs so much so we can go in amongst the stones on that day, normally they charge £7.00 for access yet that still puts you about 20 meters away from the stones.

The naughty bugger in me still says jump the fence hahaha, 141 is far to nice for all that, he appears incorruptible, guess I just gotta try harder hehehehe
 Quoting: acuk 36235101


I don't live far from the henge, I thought it was free as it is a religious ceremony? I heard normally 20,000 people go? Have you been before?
 Quoting: songwaves


That many on solstice, equinox is meant to be a lot less.

hahah I bet that security guard thinks they are all nutters


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Ahh ok I see my confusion, I just asked a friend..it is free at equinoxes summer and winter and you can get stand within the circle (if you can get that far in by the sounds of it).

I think the security there are used to the people that turn up, I've witnessed some very odd characters myself there and at Avebury.

I just normally witness the hippie fallout after.
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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Do they limit access to it all the time or specifically just on solstice or equinox events?
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You can only get near the stones on set times like the solstice and so on.

Normal price on normal day, with no access to stones is £7.00

On the 20th with access to stones £99.00
 Quoting: acuk 36235101


Dang on the price, although I'd pay it one time if I lived close.
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Yes is a kick in the teeth, same as they put the holiday prices up on school holidays.
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"A great scientific instrument lies sprawled over the entire surface of the globe. At some period - perhaps it was over 4,000 years ago - almost every corner of the world was visited by a group of men who came with a particular task to accomplish. With the help of some remarkable power, by which they could cut and raise enormous blocks of stone ,these men erected vast astronomical instruments, circles of erect pillars, PYRAMIDS, underground tunnels, cyclopean alignments, whose course from horizon to horizon was marked by stones, mounds, and earthwork.
 Quoting: history

John Mitchell's "The View Over Atlantis", p69:
[link to www.despatch.cth.com.au]

so we know upon this day the system ison in a manner it was not before rockon


i get it
it does not absorb incoming very excessive energy it radiates it back into the universe a la tesla style silently and efficiently being it`self powered by telluric currents

oh i get it

Large "telluric currents" have been found circulating through Earth's crust because our magnetic field induces current flow in conductive strata. Thousands of amperes flow beneath the surface, varying according to conductivity. Since the Sun can affect Earth's magnetic field through geomagnetic storms, fluctuations in telluric currents can occur when there is an increase in sunspots or solar flares, because they create oscillations in the ionosphere
 Quoting: science


the system feeds of telluric currents
if those currents approach potential to alter our magnetic field the system kicks in and utilizes the currents thus dissipating their energy back into our universe silently and efficiently by conversion into longitudinal waves (scalar)
no heat or mess,just energy/information effectively back to source (universe)
 Quoting: aether
 Quoting: aether


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the bold looks like ison, the comethiding
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Yes that is why it costs so much so we can go in amongst the stones on that day, normally they charge £7.00 for access yet that still puts you about 20 meters away from the stones.

The naughty bugger in me still says jump the fence hahaha, 141 is far to nice for all that, he appears incorruptible, guess I just gotta try harder hehehehe
 Quoting: acuk 36235101


I don't live far from the henge, I thought it was free as it is a religious ceremony? I heard normally 20,000 people go? Have you been before?
 Quoting: songwaves


That many on solstice, equinox is meant to be a lot less.

hahah I bet that security guard thinks they are all nutters


 Quoting: acuk 36235101


Ahh ok I see my confusion, I just asked a friend..it is free at equinoxes summer and winter and you can get stand within the circle (if you can get that far in by the sounds of it).

I think the security there are used to the people that turn up, I've witnessed some very odd characters myself there and at Avebury.

I just normally witness the hippie fallout after.
 Quoting: songwaves


Ahh so I wont have to jump the fence, nice, shame though was hoping to get 141 to be a bad boy for once chuckle
He appears incorruptible, although I have gradually got him semi swearing saying bugger off and the like hahahah.
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 Quoting: Tiny Trink


3 min guy is wondering /z\ how can an ancient forest be discovered deep in sand like the sand arrived instantly tounge

seer has been mentioning this
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today it is pinned





Has doubled the history of humanity.....like we believe the lies.

In 13 years they have excavated only 13% of it!

Must be huge.


CROW
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Thread: 12,000-year-old unexplained structure
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i have to tell none of the commentators imaginative thoughts on the topic in that video /z\ fit reality they are looking at in their "best guess"
but
all reflect the difficulty academics experience when reality in the form of physical experience confounds their beliefs that provides/supports their label academic within society

example

if you are unknowing of the nature of our universe you can never imagine planets moving and the environmental affects cause by their moving

thus 20ft of sand covering the location is a mystery etc.etc.etc.
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Oh the synchronicity!

I went to bed last night thinking about the sand at Gobekli Tempe...

This is what I was thinking...I read somewhere about comet ISON possibly being on a 13,000yr orbit (actually less than 13,000yrs). Something along the lines of a comet coming near (very near) earth every 13,000 yrs (which would be half of the 26,000yr precession of the equinox ...I'm rounding up ofcourse) which either brings life or destroys it...if the beings knew about said comet would they have time to bury their structures to ensure they would be found later?

I'm not sure on what to think but I do know I was really brainstorming on Gobekli Tempe last night...

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