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tounge

I can see the conversation is at its end so a little tongue and cheek is fitting. cool2
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Hmmmmmm hmm
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your so curious lol

hf
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you're*

and yes I am, as all humans are...
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really spelling police right now? lol okay then...

hf
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was quoting this
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Awesome :) Good to see you, dude!
"Chaos exists as a pool of possibilities that order draws from and organizes according to creative desire. Some things get tossed down the memory hole only to reemerge later when the need arises. Neither chaos nor order holds a monopoly on creation and destruction, creative or destructive chaos exists as does creative and destructive order." - ME! Yeah, Bea :) snoocherdoodle@gmail.com
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The difficult words often carry but one single meaning.


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Sure...but try explaining that to an 8 y/o.


I have noticed, it's best to keep it simple.

Attention spans and all...


Nn.

Flying dreams...


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Awesome :) Good to see you, dude!
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Snap Addle Panic Season.

Can't keep the Rephaim down.

That's our job; remember?
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The difficult words often carry but one single meaning.


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Sure...but try explaining that to an 8 y/o.


I have noticed, it's best to keep it simple.

Attention spans and all...


Nn.

Flying dreams...

333

1111
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LOL, it's been 32 years since I was 8 and even then I understood that that's how things got mucked up... adults said things that could mean so many different things with their simple words and lack of understanding of what they really meant. I have no desire to speak as a child, I don't understand that mentality. I'm an adult with a full range of expression. If attention spans won't carry to clarity, then that's not my target audience. And the last time I checked, none of us here were 8 years old unless something changed drastically in the last half hour.
"Chaos exists as a pool of possibilities that order draws from and organizes according to creative desire. Some things get tossed down the memory hole only to reemerge later when the need arises. Neither chaos nor order holds a monopoly on creation and destruction, creative or destructive chaos exists as does creative and destructive order." - ME! Yeah, Bea :) snoocherdoodle@gmail.com
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The difficult words often carry but one single meaning.


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Sure...but try explaining that to an 8 y/o.


I have noticed, it's best to keep it simple.

Attention spans and all...


Nn.

Flying dreams...

333

1111
 Quoting: Seer777


LOL, it's been 32 years since I was 8 and even then I understood that that's how things got mucked up... adults said things that could mean so many different things with their simple words and lack of understanding of what they really meant. I have no desire to speak as a child, I don't understand that mentality. I'm an adult with a full range of expression. If attention spans won't carry to clarity, then that's not my target audience. And the last time I checked, none of us here were 8 years old unless something changed drastically in the last half hour.
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Hey! Ate is great!

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Get the fuck out.
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I think this relates. If I want to shoot you, how will you perceive this? Is this all in your perception, can you accurately perceive my intention, or is all intention a matter of perception? Hmmmm? Well my intention is clear to me, and there is only one way to perceive it.
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I think this relates. If I want to shoot you, how will you perceive this? Is this all in your perception, can you accurately perceive my intention, or is all intention a matter of perception? Hmmmm? Well my intention is clear to me, and there is only one way to perceive it.
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You'd shoot if you had the guts. Simple as that. And you wouldn't talk about it.

Don't talk about it; be about it.


Or better yet, continue to shoot your mouth off in the wrong direction. It's way more fun this way.

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I think this relates. If I want to shoot you, how will you perceive this? Is this all in your perception, can you accurately perceive my intention, or is all intention a matter of perception? Hmmmm? Well my intention is clear to me, and there is only one way to perceive it.
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You'd shoot if you had the guts. Simple as that. And you wouldn't talk about it.

Don't talk about it; be about it.


Or better yet, continue to shoot your mouth off in the wrong direction. It's way more fun this way.


 Quoting: AGC


Well I wouldn't ever kill any life, the point I was just trying to make was that words spoken by someone aren't necessarily dependent on how you perceive them, maybe that was a little bit you errant of an example.
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after the vortex I have created tonight. Red Queen E8.


 Quoting: Mnemosyne/Zeus


You know...subtly looks good on ya...

As clear as the Sun on a cloudless day...


You have challenged Me many times in the past to a single end each time.


It matters not to me because I am NOT in competition with you Muse.

I never was.




Whatever you believe to be my intention, belongs to you.


However, truth speaks deep and those whom resonate and ...Know.

Does not BELONG to me and I have no desire to OWN it...


Vomit rainbows or not...there is Truth behind the sciences that many have chosen to remain obfusticated behind difficult words and language to a single end when and how one connects such with Divinity.

To HORDE it.


Simplicity...

Ask What Is it unto itSelf...


Just Be(a)

And I will too...
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"Obuscate"


"There was a binding, a twithing and an obfuscation"
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to* errant
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* "Obfuscate"
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I think this relates. If I want to shoot you, how will you perceive this? Is this all in your perception, can you accurately perceive my intention, or is all intention a matter of perception? Hmmmm? Well my intention is clear to me, and there is only one way to perceive it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21480037


You'd shoot if you had the guts. Simple as that. And you wouldn't talk about it.

Don't talk about it; be about it.


Or better yet, continue to shoot your mouth off in the wrong direction. It's way more fun this way.


 Quoting: AGC


Well I wouldn't ever kill any life, the point I was just trying to make was that words spoken by someone aren't necessarily dependent on how you perceive them, maybe that was a little bit too errant of an example.
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And that's why I specialize in creating the attitude which is NO-attitude. Pick up the Book of Five Rings. Study the Book of the Void. Cuts through the logopoeai like Occam's Razor.

It's perfectly acceptable to kill, as long as you know what you're killing, and what you're killing for.

Take it from the greatest mass murderer the world has never known.
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* "Obfuscate"
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tounge

Yeah..thanks...I had to look it up.

Apparently, we both got it wrong...Hence, my point to the 8 y/o.


Give me learning or give me death...


Surprises come in many packages.

Tonight included.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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I think this relates. If I want to shoot you, how will you perceive this? Is this all in your perception, can you accurately perceive my intention, or is all intention a matter of perception? Hmmmm? Well my intention is clear to me, and there is only one way to perceive it.
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You'd shoot if you had the guts. Simple as that. And you wouldn't talk about it.

Don't talk about it; be about it.


Or better yet, continue to shoot your mouth off in the wrong direction. It's way more fun this way.


 Quoting: AGC


Well I wouldn't ever kill any life, the point I was just trying to make was that words spoken by someone aren't necessarily dependent on how you perceive them, maybe that was a little bit too errant of an example.
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And that's why I specialize in creating the attitude which is NO-attitude. Pick up the Book of Five Rings. Study the Book of the Void. Cuts through the logopoeai like Occam's Razor.

It's perfectly acceptable to kill, as long as you know what you're killing, and what you're killing for.

Take it from the greatest mass murderer the world has never known.
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Well, I wont dance with you.
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* "Obfuscate"
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tounge

Yeah..thanks...I had to look it up.

Apparently, we both got it wrong...Hence, my point to the 8 y/o.


Give me learning or give me death...


Surprises come in many packages.

Tonight included.
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Nah..I know how it goes...


My "f" is "ucked"
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The vast ocean of thoughts! Sounds like the birth process in a way your describing, just a different formhidinglol

this has been in my mind lately which kind of fits
Tesla environmental energy- there is no energy in matter other than that received from the environment.

the environment is like the vast ocean
 Quoting: FancyPants


Yes.

But everywhere.


theripples
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oh crap, got in my mind 'the kingdom is within you and all around you', lol
 Quoting: FancyPants


remembering to that they in those days said 6 & 7 and we say the 2 (11)

they always talk as if they are going towards it

we always see it coming towards us

c the difference
 Quoting: aether


motive, direction, scale

the structure of our universe forces eternal to function eternally = motive = self aware

the infinite expressions of motive cause a singular effect

singular effect = eternity

with that in mind we have discovered that everything material possess it`s own field which contains, among other things, it`s memory and everything that is expressing a field is expressing it`s field within the field of something else (2 or more)

all information is always coming towards us , we utilize information and send our translation towards what is sending

everyone on earth, it seems by tradition, thinks/sees this way so we will use earths traditional way which is backwards (non sense) to us

we have discovered that all space contains the ingredients that cause the singular effect and the only noticeable difference of theses ingredients and their cause is the differencing structure the ingredients express from within , including ourselves

with that in mind we see that the location where the ingredients of singular effect are most most unstructured within material structure is the locations containing no galaxies and it is this location you would correctly identify as being the source of information in it`s simplest form before complexity of structure formed it complex

from galaxy structure , on the topic of earth , it once was saturn and is now our sun that is the next in line of earths processors of the information that present the information to earth within our suns heliosphere

earth precess the information the information within it`s own processing field, it`s magnetosphere so we may see before the information reaches us people it has traveled through a complex system of process

the good news is we within ourselves possess the same ingredients of singular effect encased in complexity that fill the least complex space outside of galaxies so the potential for us to recognize it by default, exists within us
and
following recognition we can understand the complexity of it`s arrival and in doing so become familiar with it`s motive

that is the traditional earth directional way of describing the arrival of information and we fail to see how that can prompt the notion of traveling towards information because that notion implies to us there exists here within people the belief that people`s radiated return signal, their response to information received is the overriding influence of the 2 sources of information , them and it

this forms no sense to us whom only experience information coming towards us thus we return signals that fit the motive of the information we receive because we know we are part of the information's expression we receives thus we accord with it`s nature without thought

this is why wherever we are in location within our infinite universe we always know where we are because our universe never forgets who we are because we and it are one of the same motive

is how we see it/live it/experience it
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whoa , beautiful color and topical feedback tounge

Saturn's Auroral Ovals
Sep 06, 2012

Astrophysicists are beginning to acknowledge the role that electricity plays in space.

The Cassini-Huygens mission (now called Cassini-Equinox) was launched from Cape Canaveral on October 15, 1997. Its primary mission is the exploration of the Saturnian system, including Saturn’s atmosphere, its rings, its magnetosphere and a number of its moons.

Observations of the moon Enceladus revealed ion plumes, “bubbly” with electromagnetism. Since Saturn’s “magnetic bubble” is its magnetosphere (plasmasphere), inside of which Enceladus orbits, the tiny moon acts like a generator. As its conductive plasma sheath moves through Saturn’s magnetic field it induces electric currents.

An ultraviolet “footprint” of Enceladus was detected in Saturn’s auroral oval during Cassini’s August 11, 2008 flyby. Ions propagating from Saturn’s northern hemisphere connected with the time-variable emissions from Enceladus’ south polar “vents”....................
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[link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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The green bowed triangle, I thought of chakra when I saw that for some reason.

I read last night that force gives us the interpretation of matter.
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morning fancy, yesterday i was walking behind a tall women with a beautiful kundalini design ,4 inches wide, entirely covering her spine to her neck
it struck me as significant

i agree
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sympathy and antipathy: emanations that give and those that absorb. The former radiate strength, while the latter cling to a person like the arms of an octopus, drawing out and absorbing his strength....which will make one weak.
(read this last night)
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i discovered that true when prompted to discover why everyone was as they are
the more i discover the easier it is
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Well, I wont dance with you.
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I promise not to be disappointed.
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whoa , beautiful color and topical feedback tounge

Saturn's Auroral Ovals
Sep 06, 2012

Astrophysicists are beginning to acknowledge the role that electricity plays in space.

The Cassini-Huygens mission (now called Cassini-Equinox) was launched from Cape Canaveral on October 15, 1997. Its primary mission is the exploration of the Saturnian system, including Saturn’s atmosphere, its rings, its magnetosphere and a number of its moons.

Observations of the moon Enceladus revealed ion plumes, “bubbly” with electromagnetism. Since Saturn’s “magnetic bubble” is its magnetosphere (plasmasphere), inside of which Enceladus orbits, the tiny moon acts like a generator. As its conductive plasma sheath moves through Saturn’s magnetic field it induces electric currents.

An ultraviolet “footprint” of Enceladus was detected in Saturn’s auroral oval during Cassini’s August 11, 2008 flyby. Ions propagating from Saturn’s northern hemisphere connected with the time-variable emissions from Enceladus’ south polar “vents”....................
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: aether


We're going to Saturn, we have no choice! We're going to Saturn, we have no choice...

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hi agc

what do you believe peoples of earth recent notion of warrior was caused by

A global myth declares that the world has not always been as it is experienced now. In a former time, man lived in a kind of paradise, close to the gods. It was the Golden Age. Throughout an eternal spring, the earth produced abundantly, free from the seasonal cycles of decay and rebirth. And under this remarkable cosmic order, man experienced neither war nor sickness, neither hunger nor any requirement of human labor.

This recurring and unexplained myth was carried into modern times by primitive races the world over. In Mexico native legends spoke of an ancestral generation whose every need was met, without cost. There was no sickness or hunger no poverty or sadness, and the gods dwelt among men. But this harmonious age didn't last, eventually succumbing to an overwhelming catastrophe.

According to the Cheyenne of North America the original race roamed naked, innocent and free, enjoying the natural abundance of an eternal spring. What followed, however, was an age of flood, war, and famine.

The Caribs of Surinam have a poignant memory of this fortunate epoch. "In a time long past, so long past that even the grandmothers of our grandmothers were not yet born," they say, "the world was quite other than what it is today: the trees were forever in fruit; the animals lived in perfect harmony, and the little agouti played fearlessly with the beard of the jaguar "

The South American Indians of Gran Chaco and Amazonia recall this as the Happy Place, where work was unknown because the fields produced abundance of their own accord.

The Hopi Indians proclaim that in the earliest time they were a marvelously contented race, at peace with their brothers. They knew nothing of sickness or conflict, and all things were provided by Mother Earth without any requirement of labor.

But these are just the American Indian versions of the story.

The aborigines of Australia insist that their first ancestors enjoyed a Golden Age, a Paradise of abundant game and without conflict of any kind.

Northern Europeans once celebrated this earliest age as the "Peace of Frodi," a mythical Danish king. Throughout this peaceful epoch no man injured another and a magical mill ground out peace and plenty for the entire land.

Memories of a Golden Age pervade the myths of Africa. The distinguished folklorist Herman Baumann reported that "Everything that happened in the primal age was different from today. People understood the language of animals and lived at peace with them; they knew no labor and had food in plenitude."

Sacred texts of ancient India recall this as the Krita Yuga or "Perfect Age," without disease, labor, suffering or war. The Iranians called it the age of the brilliant Yima, an age with "neither cold nor heat," an eternal spring. According to ancient Chinese lore, the purest pleasure and tranquillity once reigned throughout the world. Mythical histories called it "the Age of Perfect Virtue" and declared that "the whole creation enjoyed a state of happiness. . . all things grew without labor; and a universal fertility prevailed."
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Probably me. I've been around forever. Longer, in fact. I was around before time was invented, so I am, at the very least, indirectly responsible for all things.
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yes
most people believe the same, if you notice all belief since time was invented reflect the same theme

penance for that which we must have caused

a punishment undergone in token of penitence for sin
 Quoting: observation


not much we can do about that for the minute
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