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Azeratel Axo

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hmm

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I had a desire to answer any question that I could hear, and it seemed that when a question was asked my mind would center upon the true facts of the answer and I would speak voluntarily, without any strength of will to manufacture an answer.’
 Quoting: observation


see it
say it
be it

that is why it is familiar tounge
 Quoting: aether


so imagine that without the drug
it becomes environment sensitive
the only influence you place on your reply is guided by the trust you possess in that which you are talking to
 Quoting: aether


hmm

I like this

But

Is there such a thing as 'irrational distrust'?

hmm
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


an environment without trust is irrational

is it not tounge
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an environment without trust is irrational

is it not tounge
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This is a new idea to me....

Indeed

I think I'll go and ponder that for a while

hmm
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although

you've prompted this for me aether

tounge



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I had a desire to answer any question that I could hear, and it seemed that when a question was asked my mind would center upon the true facts of the answer and I would speak voluntarily, without any strength of will to manufacture an answer.’
 Quoting: observation


see it
say it
be it

that is why it is familiar tounge
 Quoting: aether


so imagine that without the drug
it becomes environment sensitive
the only influence you place on your reply is guided by the trust you possess in that which you are talking to
 Quoting: aether


hmm

I like this

But

Is there such a thing as 'irrational distrust'?

hmm
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


The human mind keeps track of situations that we have encountered in the past to help us deal with future situations. The unconscious memory, without our knowing, helps us understand and deal with situations in the present that we have dealt with in the past. Parataxic distortion and our unconscious mind make us act the same way in current situations as we did in the past, even without realizing it.
 Quoting: Parataxic distortion
]

Seems pretty clear, in my mind anyway, that Le Palma put the hammer to the nail.
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It was about the phoenix; 3 kinds, first immortal, second lives a thousand years, and the third is consumed. Which is like the 3 types of humans; spiritual, psychical, and the earthly. Which is like the 3 baptisms; first spiritual, second by fire, third is by water. per text

[link to gnosis.org]

also says the worm that is born from the phoenix also represents humanity.

>scratching me head< this is weird writing
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see it
say it
be it

that is why it is familiar tounge
 Quoting: aether


so imagine that without the drug
it becomes environment sensitive
the only influence you place on your reply is guided by the trust you possess in that which you are talking to
 Quoting: aether


hmm

I like this

But

Is there such a thing as 'irrational distrust'?

hmm
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


The human mind keeps track of situations that we have encountered in the past to help us deal with future situations. The unconscious memory, without our knowing, helps us understand and deal with situations in the present that we have dealt with in the past. Parataxic distortion and our unconscious mind make us act the same way in current situations as we did in the past, even without realizing it.
 Quoting: Parataxic distortion
]

Seems pretty clear, in my mind anyway, that Le Palma put the hammer to the nail.
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Are you dpeaking of past traumas?
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I think u may be..a mocking bird just flew in front of me
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although

you've prompted this for me aether

tounge



[link to youtu.be]
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lovely abduct
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so imagine that without the drug
it becomes environment sensitive
the only influence you place on your reply is guided by the trust you possess in that which you are talking to
 Quoting: aether


hmm

I like this

But

Is there such a thing as 'irrational distrust'?

hmm
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


The human mind keeps track of situations that we have encountered in the past to help us deal with future situations. The unconscious memory, without our knowing, helps us understand and deal with situations in the present that we have dealt with in the past. Parataxic distortion and our unconscious mind make us act the same way in current situations as we did in the past, even without realizing it.
 Quoting: Parataxic distortion
]

Seems pretty clear, in my mind anyway, that Le Palma put the hammer to the nail.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12273799


Are you dpeaking of past traumas?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6368657


I believe in the context of past life or current life or in the future of the human species (biological seti) in relationship to the numerous ‘conspirancy’ theories triggering trauma is highly probable.
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hmm

I like this

But

Is there such a thing as 'irrational distrust'?

hmm
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


The human mind keeps track of situations that we have encountered in the past to help us deal with future situations. The unconscious memory, without our knowing, helps us understand and deal with situations in the present that we have dealt with in the past. Parataxic distortion and our unconscious mind make us act the same way in current situations as we did in the past, even without realizing it.
 Quoting: Parataxic distortion
]

Seems pretty clear, in my mind anyway, that Le Palma put the hammer to the nail.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12273799


Are you dpeaking of past traumas?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6368657


I believe in the context of past life or current life or in the future of the human species (biological seti) in relationship to the numerous ‘conspirancy’ theories triggering trauma is highly probable.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12273799


That sounds more complex than yes or no.
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It was about the phoenix; 3 kinds, first immortal, second lives a thousand years, and the third is consumed. Which is like the 3 types of humans; spiritual, psychical, and the earthly. Which is like the 3 baptisms; first spiritual, second by fire, third is by water. per text

[link to gnosis.org]

also says the worm that is born from the phoenix also represents humanity.

>scratching me head< this is weird writing
 Quoting: fancy 26160609


Take this for example. The Gnostics were engaged in nous to try to remember the origins of the species, divine nature as well as structure in the human body and in relation to space.

In my interpretation of this, they are speaking of Ophiuchus, the region of the galactic center (binary memory), that is now slowly being reintroduced, with a wealth of trauma that occurred for the human species, i.e. concealing or mistranslating or manipulating Myth, i.e. language and symbols, in between.

Make sense? Tense times to say the least as our pole is coming closer into the alignment with galactic center (memories).
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It does, at least a bit better, thanks Muse
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What else can I say? Axial precession, humans being able to feel the pole shift as we aligned closer to galactic center was part of my thesis. When I hit the space of saying ‘we are the aliens’ in relation to ‘genetic memories’, what is now being discussed as biological SETI, people thought I had flipped the fuck out, because I had. No sleep for three days, but the research was still sound, as well as the emotional ability to sense ‘the origins of sin’ was not only about what religion has deemed as sin. It was about the right brain being able to sense these things better because of the astronomical system that honored the Moon as part of the trinity. It has been structural manipulation through left brain function that has distorted our resonance with earth because we left out a huge part of the trinity. The Feminine Divine.
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This person or group of persons or whomever the ‘observers’ are said it well.

Humans destiny is their ability to master an almost infinite bandwith of emotional wave patterns. Be it ex- or impession of such wavepatterns. Personally i am convinced those waves are by far more potent then the work of SETI using simple radio waves...

The known history of humankind is a history of learning to deal with emotions. Thats why different other species decided to build a synegy with humans. As farmers we had the best chance to develop our emotional abilities.

Humans sensed planets and had their ups and downs to deal with saturn and jupiter and sun's and a billion other waves presence in the band of emotional waves etc. All the killing and suffering is based on emotions. Love, sense of inferiority and so on.

This all doesnt matter if someone understands the term "original sin". Its like financal depts. If you dont pay them your children will have to pay them. If those dont pay them their children will have to. If nobody pays them back for centuries they will lead to self destructing emotional bankruptcy.

The "original sin" is not a religious theme but a mental. The problems of the old still rule us. All our problems are a heritage form the past. I dont want to go deeper into this. Just that: We are not in development mode but in debugging mode. If we dont start to clean up the "sins" we never ever again will be able to develop as one species.
 Quoting: observation


Whoever this is, gets what I have been babbling all these years, and is a very good writer. Structuring highly complex information very well.
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What else can I say? Axial precession, humans being able to feel the pole shift as we aligned closer to galactic center was part of my thesis. When I hit the space of saying ‘we are the aliens’ in relation to ‘genetic memories’, what is now being discussed as biological SETI, people thought I had flipped the fuck out, because I had. No sleep for three days, but the research was still sound, as well as the emotional ability to sense ‘the origins of sin’ was not only about what religion has deemed as sin. It was about the right brain being able to sense these things better because of the astronomical system that honored the Moon as part of the trinity. It has been structural manipulation through left brain function that has distorted our resonance with earth because we left out a huge part of the trinity. The Feminine Divine.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12273799


Hmm..that makes me think of a side or part of the left brain per haps? Remembering a natives quote" we still know which part of the left brain to activate?
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This person or group of persons or whomever the ‘observers’ are said it well.

Humans destiny is their ability to master an almost infinite bandwith of emotional wave patterns. Be it ex- or impession of such wavepatterns. Personally i am convinced those waves are by far more potent then the work of SETI using simple radio waves...

The known history of humankind is a history of learning to deal with emotions. Thats why different other species decided to build a synegy with humans. As farmers we had the best chance to develop our emotional abilities.

Humans sensed planets and had their ups and downs to deal with saturn and jupiter and sun's and a billion other waves presence in the band of emotional waves etc. All the killing and suffering is based on emotions. Love, sense of inferiority and so on.

This all doesnt matter if someone understands the term "original sin". Its like financal depts. If you dont pay them your children will have to pay them. If those dont pay them their children will have to. If nobody pays them back for centuries they will lead to self destructing emotional bankruptcy.

The "original sin" is not a religious theme but a mental. The problems of the old still rule us. All our problems are a heritage form the past. I dont want to go deeper into this. Just that: We are not in development mode but in debugging mode. If we dont start to clean up the "sins" we never ever again will be able to develop as one species.
 Quoting: observation


Whoever this is, gets what I have been babbling all these years, and is a very good writer. Structuring highly complex information very well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12273799


Damn..I wish I would fine my notes on this..sin meaning I found a coupla years ago..I do remember it was arabian meaning..way different than what we know of it
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If I recall correctly. I have the druid interpretation of pandora noted as well.
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My belief is it is also the keltic interpretation somewhat
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Departing for the evening. Nnhf
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The information would be found with the Chaldeans. They were the astronomy class of the Babylonians. There is even a complex in that ancient region that was called Mari. I suspect info would have been there. Info on astronomy that is coming closer to what the space sciences are learning today. Things got distorted when the Greeks moved things into the field called astrology. These two fields, realms, are coming closer again in our perception. Separating the fields caused a distortion in the perception of time.
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Mother sais it was "maria" before she died..NNhf
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My belief is it is also the keltic interpretation somewhat
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The Celts and the Babylonian astronomy class would have been together in a region called Thrace. The Chaldeans refused to engage in the politics of God, i.e. the separation from ‘laws of nature’ to ‘laws of god’ language.
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Nite. Wish I had some of that soup :)
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My belief is it is also the keltic interpretation somewhat
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The Celts and the Babylonian astronomy class would have been together in a region called Thrace. The Chaldeans refused to engage in the politics of God, i.e. the separation from ‘laws of nature’ to ‘laws of god’ language.
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Why must they be seperate? Why not both? To me they go hand in handor hand and handhf
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Nite. Wish I had some of that soup :)
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Your always welcome for my soup:-) I still luv u muse!
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My belief is it is also the keltic interpretation somewhat
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The Celts and the Babylonian astronomy class would have been together in a region called Thrace. The Chaldeans refused to engage in the politics of God, i.e. the separation from ‘laws of nature’ to ‘laws of god’ language.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12273799


Why must they be seperate? Why not both? To me they go hand in handor hand and handhf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6368657


They are the same when looking from the Gnostic position, but look what happened to them. Trauma. Which brings us back to the issue of emotional memories as discussed above.
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Nite. Wish I had some of that soup :)
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Your always welcome for my soup:-) I still luv u muse!
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I couldn't resist...good vibes in here right now between you guys :)




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My belief is it is also the keltic interpretation somewhat
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The Celts and the Babylonian astronomy class would have been together in a region called Thrace. The Chaldeans refused to engage in the politics of God, i.e. the separation from ‘laws of nature’ to ‘laws of god’ language.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12273799


Why must they be seperate? Why not both? To me they go hand in handor hand and handhf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6368657


They are the same when looking from the Gnostic position, but look what happened to them. Trauma. Which brings us back to the issue of emotional memories as discussed above.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12273799


We gotta let em go muse...so do I..we can heal if we let em go;-)

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