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Azeratel Axo

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The Six Clairs

Clairvoyance:
Clairaudience:
Clairsentience:
Claircognizance:
Clairalience:
Clairgustance:

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I like this topic

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Electroreception

Electroreception (or electroception) is the ability to detect electric fields. Several species of fish, sharks, and rays have the capacity to sense changes in electric fields in their immediate vicinity. Some fish passively sense changing nearby electric fields; some generate their own weak electric fields, and sense the pattern of field potentials over their body surface; and some use these electric field generating and sensing capacities for social communication. The mechanisms by which electroceptive fish construct a spatial representation from very small differences in field potentials involve comparisons of spike latencies from different parts of the fish's body.

The only orders of mammals that are known to demonstrate electroception are the dolphin and monotreme orders. Among these mammals, the platypus has the most acute sense of electroception.

A dolphin can detect electric fields in water using electroreceptors in vibrissal crypts arrayed in pairs on its snout and which evolved from whisker motion sensors. These electroreceptors can detect electric fields as weak as 4.6 microvolts per centimeter, such as those generated by contracting muscles and pumping gills of potential prey. This permits the dolphin to locate prey from the seafloor where sediment limits visibility and echolocation.

Body modification enthusiasts have experimented with magnetic implants to attempt to replicate this sense. However, in general humans (and it is presumed other mammals) can detect electric fields only indirectly by detecting the effect they have on hairs. An electrically charged balloon, for instance, will exert a force on human arm hairs, which can be felt through tactition and identified as coming from a static charge (and not from wind or the like). This is not electroception, as it is a post-sensory cognitive action

Magnetoception

Magnetoception (or magnetoreception) is the ability to detect the direction one is facing based on the Earth's magnetic field. Directional awareness is most commonly observed in birds. It has also been observed in insects such as bees. Although there is no dispute that this sense exists in many avians (it is essential to the navigational abilities of migratory birds), it is not a well-understood phenomenon. One study has found that cattle make use of magnetoception, as they tend to align themselves in a north-south direction. Magnetotactic bacteria build miniature magnets inside themselves and use them to determine their orientation relative to the Earth's magnetic field. The question of how useful magnetoception may be to human beings is subject of ongoing research.
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clever is connecting dots. sometimes it is easier in the presence of certain others
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it is tounge
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The problem is the mirror/plasma. It has been reflecting the same thing over and over repeating the mechanical universe because it has no prior knowledge or history. Each of us carries our own perspective/knowledge and when we are together sharing it, it then changes history and brings again the golden age.
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The Six Clairs

Clairvoyance:
Clairaudience:
Clairsentience:
Claircognizance:
Clairalience:
Clairgustance:

[link to www.tumblr.com]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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I like this topic

Please continue

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tounge
remembering telepathy (distant feeling) was labeled superstition because so many people believed in it we notice that for thousands of years our natural senses have never possessed a practical description of how and why they occur as they do
recent discoveries force our belief authorities to notice that our environments now known to us structural functions not only confirms our , once considered superstition senses emotional expression natural to us , our discoveries also provide answers to why we possess them in a practical manner
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clever is connecting dots. sometimes it is easier in the presence of certain others
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it is tounge
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The problem is the mirror/plasma. It has been reflecting the same thing over and over repeating the mechanical universe because it has no prior knowledge or history. Each of us carries our own perspective/knowledge and when we are together sharing it, it then changes history and brings again the golden age.
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luv it /z\
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clever is connecting dots. sometimes it is easier in the presence of certain others
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it is tounge
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The problem is the mirror/plasma. It has been reflecting the same thing over and over repeating the mechanical universe because it has no prior knowledge or history. Each of us carries our own perspective/knowledge and when we are together sharing it, it then changes history and brings again the golden age.
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luv it /z\
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My feeling is this time when the egg hatches, it will be better.
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because it has been fertilized with prior knowledge.tounge
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because it has been fertilized with prior knowledge.tounge
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egg being the plasma/mirror which is practically 99% of the universe.
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we (people) are collectively the butterfly upon this planet

One person commits suicide about every 40 seconds, one person is murdered every 60 seconds and one person dies in armed conflict every 100 seconds, the World Health Organization said in 2002.
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what is not human could harm us by intervention
sensitive topic /z\

what we do to each other is seer`s butterfly struggling to naturally become
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we (people) are collectively the butterfly upon this planet

One person commits suicide about every 40 seconds, one person is murdered every 60 seconds and one person dies in armed conflict every 100 seconds, the World Health Organization said in 2002.
 Quoting: observation


what is not human could harm us by intervention
sensitive topic /z\

what we do to each other is seer`s butterfly struggling to naturally become
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update:

There are about 7 murders per 1000 people, or roughly 500,000 murders per year. that comes out to about 1,300 murders per day, 57 per hour and a little over one per minute
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that`s good
remains stable tounge
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well a little up on murder maybe

hmm
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because it has been fertilized with prior knowledge.tounge
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egg being the plasma/mirror which is practically 99% of the universe.
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i agree
it this hatching process that sometimes get`s to me tounge
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well a little up on murder maybe

hmm
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Globally, as of 2008/2009, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death with about 800,000 to one million people dying annually, giving a mortality rate of 11.6 per 100,000 persons per year. Rates of suicide have increased by 60% from the 1960s to 2012, with these increases seen primarily in the developing world. For every suicide that results in death there are between 10 and 40 attempted suicide
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
whoa
suicides are rising
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because it has been fertilized with prior knowledge.tounge
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egg being the plasma/mirror which is practically 99% of the universe.
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i agree
it this hatching process that sometimes get`s to me tounge
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Yes, quite

Altogether too long a wait

...


:MakaEgg:

tounge
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well a little up on murder maybe

hmm
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Globally, as of 2008/2009, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death with about 800,000 to one million people dying annually, giving a mortality rate of 11.6 per 100,000 persons per year. Rates of suicide have increased by 60% from the 1960s to 2012, with these increases seen primarily in the developing world. For every suicide that results in death there are between 10 and 40 attempted suicide
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
whoa
suicides are rising
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wow
that is a lot of people in our "advanced" societies that have at least once attempted to kill themselves

amazed 1dunno1
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[link to youtu.be]
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because it has been fertilized with prior knowledge.tounge
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egg being the plasma/mirror which is practically 99% of the universe.
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i agree
it this hatching process that sometimes get`s to me tounge
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From what I understand of the wingmakers interview, it is the main reason the central race doesn't like the animus race. I still need to read the rest of the interviews.
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we (people) are collectively the butterfly upon this planet

One person commits suicide about every 40 seconds, one person is murdered every 60 seconds and one person dies in armed conflict every 100 seconds, the World Health Organization said in 2002.
 Quoting: observation


what is not human could harm us by intervention
sensitive topic /z\

what we do to each other is seer`s butterfly struggling to naturally become
 Quoting: aether




well a little up on murder maybe

hmm
 Quoting: aether


Globally, as of 2008/2009, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death with about 800,000 to one million people dying annually, giving a mortality rate of 11.6 per 100,000 persons per year. Rates of suicide have increased by 60% from the 1960s to 2012, with these increases seen primarily in the developing world. For every suicide that results in death there are between 10 and 40 attempted suicide
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
whoa
suicides are rising
 Quoting: aether


wow
that is a lot of people in our "advanced" societies that have at least once attempted to kill themselves

amazed 1dunno1
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we (people) are collectively the butterfly upon this planet

One person commits suicide about every 40 seconds, one person is murdered every 60 seconds and one person dies in armed conflict every 100 seconds, the World Health Organization said in 2002.
 Quoting: observation


what is not human could harm us by intervention
sensitive topic /z\

what we do to each other is seer`s butterfly struggling to naturally become
 Quoting: aether




well a little up on murder maybe

hmm
 Quoting: aether


Globally, as of 2008/2009, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death with about 800,000 to one million people dying annually, giving a mortality rate of 11.6 per 100,000 persons per year. Rates of suicide have increased by 60% from the 1960s to 2012, with these increases seen primarily in the developing world. For every suicide that results in death there are between 10 and 40 attempted suicide
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
whoa
suicides are rising
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wow
that is a lot of people in our "advanced" societies that have at least once attempted to kill themselves

amazed 1dunno1
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wow, great video!
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its a place where dreams meet, it could be anywhere
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That is true...


Anywhere.

Everywhere.

No where.

There.

Here.

Now.

Then.

Ever after.......


I often find myself contemplating on the 'age' of stone...

Matterhorn

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


what is imprinted in the characteristic of the stone?
what capability is inherent?
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hmm

Time and pressure.

An ineffable resistance to the weathering of time.

:)



Good morning everyone.

Last day in Pasco.

Hoping for the best Sunday ever...

tounge
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Good morning everyone.

Last day in Pasco.

Hoping for the best Sunday ever...

tounge
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Good morning flower
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Good morning everyone.

Last day in Pasco.

Hoping for the best Sunday ever...

tounge
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Good morning flower
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Hello pi.


The internet connection is particularly bad today.

Intermittent connection and 3 minute refresh times being the norm here...


A feat of great patience these last three days. I feel transported back in time to 56k, attempting to load modern webpages.

yawn
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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its a place where dreams meet, it could be anywhere
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That is true...


Anywhere.

Everywhere.

No where.

There.

Here.

Now.

Then.

Ever after.......


I often find myself contemplating on the 'age' of stone...

Matterhorn

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


what is imprinted in the characteristic of the stone?
what capability is inherent?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20093181


hmm

Time and pressure.

An ineffable resistance to the weathering of time.

:)



Good morning everyone.

Last day in Pasco.

Hoping for the best Sunday ever...

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Corps of Discovery

A total of 33 people, including 29 participants in training at Camp Dubois, made up the Corps during the 18031804 winter in Illinois Territory. On May 14, 1804, they left Dubois by canoe in order to meet up with Lewis at St. Charles, Missouri. The Corps then set off west following the Missouri River on 21 May. Three days later, they passed La Charrette, the last Euro-American settlement on the Missouri River.

The expedition followed the Missouri through what is now Kansas City, Missouri, and Omaha, Nebraska. On August 20, 1804, Sergeant Charles Floyd died, apparently from acute appendicitis. He would be the party's only death on the expedition over the next two years. Floyd was buried at Floyd's Bluff in what is now Sioux City, Iowa. During the coming weeks, the expedition would reach the Great Plains. They would be among a select group of White people to see the area abounding with elk, deer, bison, and beavers before the large-scale encroachment of European settlement.

Over the next two years, the Lewis and Clark Expedition established relations with more than two dozen indigenous nations between Missouri and the Pacific Ocean. Researchers now acknowledge that without such contact or help, the Corps of Discovery would have undoubtedly starved to death or become hopelessly lost in the Rocky Mountains
 Quoting: observation

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good morning

pasco is a corps of discovery creation

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The very end was interesting, when folks started asking questions.
One person was especially rattled and a bit aggressive, suggesting that the laws of relativity were incorrectly applied, and trying to throw doubt on the whole thing. To me it's obvious, the light should be bending gradually if caused by gravitation and not all of a sudden at a specific radius (which happens to be full of gas/plasma). So anyhow, I witnessed first hand the tension between the "believers" and "non-believers" of relativity. It was pretty intense.

I can't believe scientists have not realized this (discontinuous level of light bending with regards to radius of massive body), with a hundred years worth of data, until Dowdye decided to poke at it. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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tounge



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The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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interestingly quite indeed,,

much love,,
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interestingly quite indeed,,

much love,,
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hi jonny and nobody thumbs

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as we may see
remote sensing the past
believing it is our future
prompts the notion that everything that will happen
has occurred before

not /z\ rocket science tounge
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holy shit.
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But haven't understood what the butterfly symbolized scientifically. In the link, says beauty, which goes back to Venus and Lucifer and the lumen in the body.scratching

This has me wondering how many structures there really is for the universe to function.
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The caterpillar digests itself and surviving cells change/transforms
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New Body is Formed

During the first three to four days, the chrysalis is a little bag filled with rich fluid.
[link to www.ehow.co.uk]

I read another link that talked about resurrection and this 3 days made me think of 3 days of darkness.

So is the earth digesting itself or going to?hiding or is that what will lead to the golden age? Just thinking, lol
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surface life alters caused by the environmental alterations our planet experiences

Easily proven, drop a hammer and feather. Both fall at the same rate even though the hammer has a higher gravitational potential due to higher mass. It's mass no longer matters once subsumed into the larger objects field. No other reasonable conclusion can be drawn or the hammer would fall faster than the feather as it would pull on the earth more than the feather. It does not, so the mass of the hammer and feather has already become part of the overall field of the earth and individually no longer matters. For all intents and purposes they are already part of the earth before you even dropped them.
 Quoting: observation


this is the reason our senses alter when we leave our planets influence over our thoughts

telepathy is distance feeling and gravity is instant force at any distance thus when we leave earths magnifying gravity/force affect upon ourselves by leaving our magnetosphere the weak instantaneous over distance force of gravity enables us to sense the singular affect of our universe and not the singular cause of effect earth is upon our senses
it is locational affects that cause our old beliefs
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Future applications.

EDIT: of traveling without body while still having a body...distance irrelevant.

Still need an anchor within material at distances. Otherwise experience would be similar to OBE. OBE; consciousness outside material does not reflect material accurately. Consciousness outside material, travel to body within material, to properly (accurately) reflect material reality.

Bingo.
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well a little up on murder maybe

hmm
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Globally, as of 2008/2009, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death with about 800,000 to one million people dying annually, giving a mortality rate of 11.6 per 100,000 persons per year. Rates of suicide have increased by 60% from the 1960s to 2012, with these increases seen primarily in the developing world. For every suicide that results in death there are between 10 and 40 attempted suicide
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
whoa
suicides are rising
 Quoting: aether


wow
that is a lot of people in our "advanced" societies that have at least once attempted to kill themselves

amazed 1dunno1
 Quoting: aether


Not really, I'm guessing on the bell curve those are the ones likely to see it coming.


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