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good morning
10 hours sleep and a morning immersed in sunshine = happy
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good morning
10 hours sleep and a morning immersed in sunshine = happy
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good morning

my apologies in advance my friend

something rather ugly has come up.

:(
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what does feedback say today tounge

Seeing Seagulls
Apr 23, 2013

To talk about something, we have to conceive ideas and words with which to describe the thing. We can’t avoid these pre-conceptions. But will we try to compensate for this prejudice by conceiving more than one?

The Seagull Nebula is a splotch of light that resembles a bird: the streak is the wings; the round smudge is the head. Astronomers see a cloud of gas, but they were thinking “gas” before they saw the light. A person who thinks “plasma” before he sees the light will see electrical Birkeland currents.

“Clouds of gas and dust” is a century-old idea that persists despite the discovery of plasma. Astronomers will say “ionized gas” without awareness that the ionization makes it plasma. They talk about ionized regions around hot stars and blame the ions on the stars’ ultraviolet radiation, as in the head of the Seagull Nebula.

A person who thinks “plasma” instead of “ionized gas” will consider that cause and effect may be reversed: the ionized region may be in glow-mode as the current that powers the star pinches down to a greater density. Astronomers gloss over the cavities and networks in the glowing region as effects of winds and shocks. They lack the vocabulary of double layers and cells that are part of the plasma lexicon...................

.................If astronomers have enough imagination to see seagulls, they could read up on plasma and see something beyond their gas.
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It just seems so many people that search for types of 'enlightenment' end up going mental.

Why is this? GLP is a great venue to see this in action thanks to certain memes that run through the forum. Many posters volunteer that they have been institutionalized while in the midst of seeking.

What causes this?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


many people search for the motive of proof what they know is true
discovering all you know is wrong
is sometimes tricky to emotionally accommodate

i imagine
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and this /z\ has nothing to do with discovering what is true
it is all about accepting what you discover can never be true
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Thread: Does the Beginning Activation of Enlightenment Cause Schizophrenia? (Page 2)
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Terrorism. Chaos. Fear of the future. In the age of Obama, America is undergoing a “fundamental transformation” – that much everyone knows.

But what few seem to realize about this transformation is that the sheer stress of living in today’s America is driving tens of millions to the point of illness, depression and self-destruction. Consider the following trends:

Suicide has surpassed car crashes as the leading cause of injury death for Americans. Even more disturbing, in the world’s greatest military, more U.S. soldiers died last year by suicide than in combat;
Fully one-third of the nation’s employees suffer chronic debilitating stress, and more than half of all “millennials” (18 to 33 year olds) experience a level of stress that keeps them awake at night, including large numbers diagnosed with depression or anxiety disorder.

Shocking new research from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that one in five of all high-school-aged children in the United States has been diagnosed with ADHD, and likewise a large new study of New York City residents shows, sadly, that one in five preteens – children aged six to 12 – have been medically diagnosed with either ADHD, anxiety, depression or bipolar disorder;

New research concludes that stress renders people susceptible to serious illness, and a growing number of studies now confirm that chronic stress plays a major role in the progression of cancer, the nation’s second-biggest killer. The biggest killer of all, heart disease, which causes one in four deaths in the U.S., is also known to have a huge stress component;

Incredibly, 11 percent of all Americans aged 12 and older are currently taking SSRI antidepressants – those highly controversial, mood-altering psychiatric drugs with the FDA’s “suicidality” warning label and alarming correlation with school shooters. Women are especially prone to depression, with a stunning 23 percent of all American women in their 40s and 50s – almost one in four – now taking antidepressants, according to a major study by the CDC;

Add to that the tens of millions of users of all other types of psychiatric drugs, including (just to pick one) the 6.4 million American children between 4 and 17 diagnosed with ADHD and prescribed Ritalin or similar psycho-stimulants. Throw in the 28 percent of American adults with a drinking problem, that’s more than 60 million, plus the 22 million using illegal drugs like marijuana, cocaine, heroin, hallucinogens and inhalants, and pretty soon a picture emerges of a nation of drug-takers, with hundreds of millions dependent on one toxic substance or another – legal or illegal – to “help” them deal with the stresses and problems of life.

By the way, things are no better over the pond – and may be worse, according to one major study that concluded almost 40 percent of Europeans are plagued by mental illness.
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good morning
10 hours sleep and a morning immersed in sunshine = happy
 Quoting: aether


good morning

my apologies in advance my friend

something rather ugly has come up.

:(
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


good morning
i will delete any posts you wish tounge
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maybe this is relevant.
ed told me, "some people will never wake up."

system-overload; crash?
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good morning
10 hours sleep and a morning immersed in sunshine = happy
 Quoting: aether


good morning

my apologies in advance my friend

something rather ugly has come up.

:(
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


good morning
i will delete any posts you wish tounge
 Quoting: aether


yes well

I'd rather you leave them up

For the record.

I just want you to know that I would never say something as ridiculous as 'you all have taken my soul'

....as the AC 269 post above seems to imply.

"We blame the CIA" was a reference to Mind control, as I was trying my best to diffuse her temper when she brought it up.

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A tiny robot has made a momentous archaeological discovery deep under the famous Temple of Quetzalcoatl, near the Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico, it was announced on Monday.

Experts expected to find just one ancient chamber at the end of a stretch of 2,000-year-old unexplored tunnel at the Teotihuacan site. Instead, the remote-controlled vehicle has beamed back images of three mysterious caverns.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Sir Griffo


But nearly 2,500 years after the city was founded - and about 2,100 years after the Teotihuacan culture began to flourish there - very little is known about the identity of its rulers.

No depiction of a ruler, or the tomb of a monarch, has ever been found, setting the metropolis apart from other pre-Hispanic cultures that deified their rulers.
 Quoting: observation



this /z\ has a Telluric current (Boitatá) feel about it
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Thread: 3 UNEXPLORED Tunnels discoverd at Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan!!
aether (OP)

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maybe this is relevant.
ed told me, "some people will never wake up."

system-overload; crash?
 Quoting: prongs


good morning
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good morning
10 hours sleep and a morning immersed in sunshine = happy
 Quoting: aether


good morning

my apologies in advance my friend

something rather ugly has come up.

:(
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


good morning
i will delete any posts you wish tounge
 Quoting: aether


yes well

I'd rather you leave them up

For the record.

I just want you to know that I would never say something as ridiculous as 'you all have taken my soul'

....as the AC 269 post above seems to imply.

"We blame the CIA" was a reference to Mind control, as I was trying my best to diffuse her temper when she brought it up.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


i know
it is obvious from their words they are lying about what you say tounge

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Are we looking at local filaments? That depends on which scale we choose. On the galactic scale, where the sun is about 26,000 ly from the center, then all the filaments they are looking at are local, within a few hundred ly of us. When you look at it that way, it does not seem very surprising that all the filaments are the same size. Whether they are shaped by galactic scale gravitational, or electrical forces, we might expect filaments in the suns vicinity, to be roughly the same size.
If we start thinking about Gould's Belt, which is more like 1500-2200 ly across, with the sun some few hundred ly from center, then these filaments are very widely separated. Some of the filaments are very near the center of this rotating ring, some way out near the edge. Then it seems odd that the filaments are the same size. Again, whether it was electrical or gravitational forces holding the ring together, those forces are not constant over the rings radius.
What we clearly do have, is filaments that are the same diameter. In all the reading I've done so far, I don't see why filaments shouldn't be scalable, but clearly they are not.
As far as them being the same density, where changes in apparent density are due to viewing angle, I should have had that straight away. I've been saying the local chimney is a current filament, with Gould's Belt appearing orthogonally around it, right where the chimney narrows. That is right where we would expect a torus to form. So of course all the filaments would spiral around as we see them. Any particular filament may be aligned in any way (they spiral around each other), but the average filament angle in any region should be in the direction that the torus runs. The magnetic field of the chimney (from that stream of stars flowing through it) shapes the torus.
All of this is consistent with what we see, with the sun itself traveling in a filament spiraling the same way.
 Quoting: observation
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Morning everyone

So beautiful and sunny today :)

have a wonderful day everyone

red_heart
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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Morning everyone

So beautiful and sunny today :)

have a wonderful day everyone

red_heart
 Quoting: songwaves


You too wink

It's been a while since I posted this one

AweSunrise

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i know
it is obvious from their words they are lying about what you say tounge
 Quoting: aether


hugs

I thought so.

Regardless... I have ceased contact, and a quick scan of documents revealed a bounty of data I could use to defend against, or indeed reflect, any charges brought against me.

So

I will drop the matter now that it is off my chest.
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 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


as to the assertion in the video: yes, you can. It is called immersion. co creation. real time reaction (no thought).

immersive thought=thoth

not the way up nor the way in, but the way interconnected.
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Morning everyone

So beautiful and sunny today :)

have a wonderful day everyone

red_heart
 Quoting: songwaves


cheer
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Morning everyone

So beautiful and sunny today :)

have a wonderful day everyone

red_heart
 Quoting: songwaves


You too wink

It's been a while since I posted this one

AweSunrise
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Hey Az thanks for the smilie, that's not someone stealing my soul is it ;)

bless eh, doesn't life test us!
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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Morning everyone

So beautiful and sunny today :)

have a wonderful day everyone

red_heart
 Quoting: songwaves


cheer
 Quoting: aether


flowercheerflower

morning aether hf
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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Hey Az thanks for the smilie, that's not someone stealing my soul is it ;)

bless eh, doesn't life test us!
 Quoting: songwaves


lmao

Oh, no, no no

It is

damned

SheepleSmiles


tounge


Bless you too hf

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hey nobody
you prompted me to look at china`s unofficial views
jonny may like this

The FBI Chechnya charade
Apr 22, 2013


The Boston bombing was major blowback. That much is certain. The question is, what level of blowback? Are we looking at some Caucasian terra-rists inspired by hate of the US of A, or more credibly a US home-grown black-ops gone rather awry? ''Disappearance'' of photo evidence tells its own story
 Quoting: observation

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 Quoting: aether


That is interesting. I'd be even more interested to know more about what Putin's government said/knew about the older brother in 2011.

That they went through public channels to bring the older brother to the US's 'attention' is telling. It is there way of saying..."Hey, US Government, we think this guy is working for you or is being funded by you and we don't like the activities/people he is involved in/with.
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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...and good morning.

coffee4
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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...and good morning.

coffee4
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


good morning Jonny

:)
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Hey Az thanks for the smilie, that's not someone stealing my soul is it ;)

bless eh, doesn't life test us!
 Quoting: songwaves


lmao

Oh, no, no no

It is

damned

SheepleSmiles


tounge


Bless you too hf
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


oh no no no

gonna be eaten ..... nom nom nom

tounge
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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...and good morning.

coffee4
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good morning
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soul topic replay

Imaginal psychology

Imaginal Psychology is a recent branch of psychology which considers soul to be psychology’s primary concern. Central to this new discipline is the idea that the 'soul' expresses itself in images, and that care of the soul requires that we pay great attention to the images we 'inhabit'. This approach to psychology draws on a variety of spiritual traditions, the religious beliefs of indigenous peoples, mythology, literature and poetry, Deep Ecology, and social critique.
 Quoting: observation

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