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aether (OP)

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cheshire cat

look no further tounge
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you know

i find it funny when the lines light up
what is it about the occult that ...

oh
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draws people in?

you had a revelation?
mind sharing?
dasbier
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which archetypes do we possess that know the sign of the triangle/pyramid as vortice within our magnetosphere

likely archetypes that have been "dormant" since people last associated vortice to triangle/pyramid

how long ago would that be

oh

have our initiates been preparing for the arising of the archetypes of post vortice triangle/pyramid era. as in:
awaiting for what was attached to triangle/pyramid following the "forgetting" of the original meaning
because that is all they know to remember thus expect

they are right something is arising
that part is not the "issue"
it is what is arising may be an "issue"


i wonder

hmm
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Yes.

That is why I use to often bring up the 'Abyss'. And the opening of said.

vortex
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i know
you feel it all
one way or another
it feels to me
and
i am talking aloud here because today ,it seems to me ,communication to initiates is clearer than our past
and
i am not so twitchy with the notion of talking

thus i thought i would take the opportunity to set out some thoughts tounge
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draws people in?

you had a revelation?
mind sharing?
dasbier
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i did
to myself
cos one thing about me never alters
9 out of 10 times
i am the last to know tounge
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yes
i`m hovering over what to write cos there are several motive options
we will see

well done for discovering
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It certainly was an interesting experience

tounge
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I've got to read up.

I read this this morning and thought it was interesting legend:

The Legend of Chung Mo Yim was my favourite of them all.

Chung was the emperor’s first wife. As was customary back then, the emperor could have as many consorts as he wanted. Chung’s emperor was a fool, so she was sent from heaven to protect him and the dynasty. Chung was gorgeous...but only on half her face. The other half of her face was totally scarred. This represented her half human (the scarring), half heavenly origins. Once a month though, on the full moon, the gods allowed her to show her true, complete self and her entire face was restored and no one in the land could match her beauty. On this day, the emperor could look at no one else. He was hers entirely. She used this time with him to counsel him on political matters, making sure that he was protected against interlopers and those who would advise him to act on policies that would hurt his subjects. On every other day though, well, he was distracted. And most of the time he was distracted by his second wife. She was fair and wily. And she was also supernatural, sent from the dark side of heaven to disrupt the order on earth and cause chaos. Underneath all that prettiness, Second Wife was actually a fox. And this is where the Chinese term for homewrecker comes from: Woo Lei Jing, or “fox spirit”, a devious woman who preys on married men.

Chung Mo Yim and Woo Lei Jing battled constantly. Chung repeatedly thwarted Woo Lei Jing’s attempts to bring down the empire. In the end, Chung prevailed. The empire was rewarded with several years of lasting peace and Chung was recalled back to heaven, where she never had to be (half) ugly again and became a proper goddess, with all its rights and privileges. A good emperor is one who recognises the value of his Chung Mo Yim.

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Could be a possibility?
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Interesting indeed....
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hehe :)
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that is spooky /z\
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The problem with a long enough timeline, when dealing with non standardized source material, is that you start running over your own footsteps.
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yes
i`m hovering over what to write cos there are several motive options
we will see

well done for discovering
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It certainly was an interesting experience

tounge
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[link to youtu.be]
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


I've got to read up.

I read this this morning and thought it was interesting legend:

The Legend of Chung Mo Yim was my favourite of them all.

Chung was the emperor’s first wife. As was customary back then, the emperor could have as many consorts as he wanted. Chung’s emperor was a fool, so she was sent from heaven to protect him and the dynasty. Chung was gorgeous...but only on half her face. The other half of her face was totally scarred. This represented her half human (the scarring), half heavenly origins. Once a month though, on the full moon, the gods allowed her to show her true, complete self and her entire face was restored and no one in the land could match her beauty. On this day, the emperor could look at no one else. He was hers entirely. She used this time with him to counsel him on political matters, making sure that he was protected against interlopers and those who would advise him to act on policies that would hurt his subjects. On every other day though, well, he was distracted. And most of the time he was distracted by his second wife. She was fair and wily. And she was also supernatural, sent from the dark side of heaven to disrupt the order on earth and cause chaos. Underneath all that prettiness, Second Wife was actually a fox. And this is where the Chinese term for homewrecker comes from: Woo Lei Jing, or “fox spirit”, a devious woman who preys on married men.

Chung Mo Yim and Woo Lei Jing battled constantly. Chung repeatedly thwarted Woo Lei Jing’s attempts to bring down the empire. In the end, Chung prevailed. The empire was rewarded with several years of lasting peace and Chung was recalled back to heaven, where she never had to be (half) ugly again and became a proper goddess, with all its rights and privileges. A good emperor is one who recognises the value of his Chung Mo Yim.

[link to www.laineygossip.com]
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Could be a possibility?
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Interesting indeed....
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Comeliness is a trick of the light. A vogue misused in our society creating brittle shells.

A strategy of data replication.
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The problem with a long enough timeline, when dealing with non standardized source material, is that you start running over your own footsteps.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


yes
i noticed something

doing the right thing for the wrong reason
and
doing the right thing for the right reason

is only different in linear time measurement of the journey and quality of life along the journey

like the 2 paths we can go by tounge
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The problem with a long enough timeline, when dealing with non standardized source material, is that you start running over your own footsteps.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


yes
i noticed something

doing the right thing for the wrong reason
and
doing the right thing for the right reason

is only different in linear time measurement of the journey and quality of life along the journey

like the 2 paths we can go by tounge
 Quoting: aether


Exactly, The wise man is never of two minds.
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The problem with a long enough timeline, when dealing with non standardized source material, is that you start running over your own footsteps.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


yes
i noticed something

doing the right thing for the wrong reason
and
doing the right thing for the right reason

is only different in linear time measurement of the journey and quality of life along the journey

like the 2 paths we can go by tounge
 Quoting: aether


Exactly, The wise man is never of two minds.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


agreed
but
who else but the wise man
is not
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do we possess 2 wise anything in our history that visibly together made the impression

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somehow
our symbol and sign has two heads on it
and
we generally possess a singularity belief

i notice that
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somehow
our symbol and sign has two heads on it
and
we generally possess a singularity belief

i notice that
 Quoting: aether


do we think our universe does 2 things to it`self
it knows
it does not know
and it flickers it`self between the two
thus it is heads or tails
what happens next
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The problem with a long enough timeline, when dealing with non standardized source material, is that you start running over your own footsteps.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


yes
i noticed something

doing the right thing for the wrong reason
and
doing the right thing for the right reason

is only different in linear time measurement of the journey and quality of life along the journey

like the 2 paths we can go by tounge
 Quoting: aether


Exactly, The wise man is never of two minds.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


agreed
but
who else but the wise man
is not
 Quoting: aether


No one, time to lace up a pair o docs and realize complicit echoes.


Zen Buddhist teaching is often full of paradox, in order to loosen the grip of the ego and to facilitate the penetration into the realm of the True Self or Formless Self, which is equated with the Buddha himself.[10




See the form and function through echolallic, glossalallic hallelujahs.

What comes back to you is you.


Off to some Footie.

Cheers

Back this eve
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It's all about you. Just not the you that you think and cling to.

Till later

Have a pint pour moi.
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oh well

now we know why this is a long linear process
we are in june of year 1 of a tricky 7 year process cos our environment makes it so
and
reorientation information arriving from last nov is making a noticeable impression steering to the right thing for the right reason path
that is true
which
thus far
is the best we can do

cheers cheers
Dionysian Fractaliscious

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Do what it is you do until you see the light that emanates from within without.
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oh well

now we know why this is a long linear process
we are in june of year 1 of a tricky 7 year process cos our environment makes it so
and
reorientation information arriving from last nov is making a noticeable impression steering to the right thing for the right reason path
that is true
which
thus far
is the best we can do

cheers cheers
 Quoting: aether


The seven year itch. In 7 years everything that is not you is you.

Now I must fly.
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i feel like a drama song tounge

Azeratel Axo

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oh well

now we know why this is a long linear process
we are in june of year 1 of a tricky 7 year process cos our environment makes it so
and
reorientation information arriving from last nov is making a noticeable impression steering to the right thing for the right reason path
that is true
which
thus far
is the best we can do

cheers cheers
 Quoting: aether


The seven year itch. In 7 years everything that is not you is you.

Now I must fly.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Later days

cheers
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Kurgan

Kurgan is the Turkic term for a tumulus. These are mound of earth and stones raised over a grave or graves, originating with its use in Soviet archaeology, now widely used for tumuli in the context of Eastern European and Central Asian archaeology.

The word kurgan ‘funerary mound’, is, as well as Central Asia and Anatolia used in Russia and Ukraine, but throughout South-Eastern Europe

Kurgan barrows were characteristic of Bronze Age peoples, from the Altay Mountains to the Caucasus, Ukraine, Romania, and Bulgaria. Burial mounds are complex structures with internal chambers. Within the burial chamber at the heart of the kurgan, elite individuals were buried with grave goods and sacrificial offerings, sometimes including horses and chariots. Kurgans were used in the Ukrainian and Russian Steppes but spread into eastern, central, and northern Europe in the 3rd millennium BC.

The monuments of these cultures coincide with Scythian-Saka-Siberian monuments. Scythian-Saka-Siberian monuments have common features, and sometimes common genetic roots. Also associated with these spectacular burial mounds are the Pazyryk, an ancient people who lived in the Altai Mountains lying in Siberian Russia on the Ukok Plateau, near the borders with China, Kazakhstan and Mongolia.[4] The archaeological site on the Ukok Plateau associated with the Pazyryk culture is included in the Golden Mountains of Altai
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

mound builders
same as the usa
same aeon to

neeto tounge
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Highest concentration of mounds is in Lithuania and some of them are still in use today for the same purpose and with still alive the same traditions. They did not spread from Steppes. Mound building evolved from stone-age burial places. It predates Scythian empire. Other places simply do not have "missing link" as it did appear, spread, then disappeared.
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The problem with a long enough timeline, when dealing with non standardized source material, is that you start running over your own footsteps.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


yes
i noticed something

doing the right thing for the wrong reason
and
doing the right thing for the right reason

is only different in linear time measurement of the journey and quality of life along the journey

like the 2 paths we can go by tounge
 Quoting: aether


Exactly, The wise man is never of two minds.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Looking back, I always prefer ignorance to wisdom; looking forward, I see only novelty.

Quite the pickle as it were.
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"poof"

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The problem with a long enough timeline, when dealing with non standardized source material, is that you start running over your own footsteps.
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yes
i noticed something

doing the right thing for the wrong reason
and
doing the right thing for the right reason

is only different in linear time measurement of the journey and quality of life along the journey

like the 2 paths we can go by tounge
 Quoting: aether


Exactly, The wise man is never of two minds.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Looking back, I always prefer ignorance to wisdom; looking forward, I see only novelty.

Quite the pickle as it were.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


well we are experiencing this on a planet with a global history of being unimaginably not like our current lifestyle we are in today
thus we have never experienced what our ancestors did
does not help of course cos it is what it is now
my point is
it never was like this
thus we know for sure
how it is today
i never the only way
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Kurgan

Kurgan is the Turkic term for a tumulus. These are mound of earth and stones raised over a grave or graves, originating with its use in Soviet archaeology, now widely used for tumuli in the context of Eastern European and Central Asian archaeology.

The word kurgan ‘funerary mound’, is, as well as Central Asia and Anatolia used in Russia and Ukraine, but throughout South-Eastern Europe

Kurgan barrows were characteristic of Bronze Age peoples, from the Altay Mountains to the Caucasus, Ukraine, Romania, and Bulgaria. Burial mounds are complex structures with internal chambers. Within the burial chamber at the heart of the kurgan, elite individuals were buried with grave goods and sacrificial offerings, sometimes including horses and chariots. Kurgans were used in the Ukrainian and Russian Steppes but spread into eastern, central, and northern Europe in the 3rd millennium BC.

The monuments of these cultures coincide with Scythian-Saka-Siberian monuments. Scythian-Saka-Siberian monuments have common features, and sometimes common genetic roots. Also associated with these spectacular burial mounds are the Pazyryk, an ancient people who lived in the Altai Mountains lying in Siberian Russia on the Ukok Plateau, near the borders with China, Kazakhstan and Mongolia.[4] The archaeological site on the Ukok Plateau associated with the Pazyryk culture is included in the Golden Mountains of Altai
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

mound builders
same as the usa
same aeon to

neeto tounge
 Quoting: aether


Highest concentration of mounds is in Lithuania and some of them are still in use today for the same purpose and with still alive the same traditions. They did not spread from Steppes. Mound building evolved from stone-age burial places. It predates Scythian empire. Other places simply do not have "missing link" as it did appear, spread, then disappeared.
 Quoting: EMPerror


yes

certainly our northern hemisphere is mound orientated
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Kurgan

Kurgan is the Turkic term for a tumulus. These are mound of earth and stones raised over a grave or graves, originating with its use in Soviet archaeology, now widely used for tumuli in the context of Eastern European and Central Asian archaeology.

The word kurgan ‘funerary mound’, is, as well as Central Asia and Anatolia used in Russia and Ukraine, but throughout South-Eastern Europe

Kurgan barrows were characteristic of Bronze Age peoples, from the Altay Mountains to the Caucasus, Ukraine, Romania, and Bulgaria. Burial mounds are complex structures with internal chambers. Within the burial chamber at the heart of the kurgan, elite individuals were buried with grave goods and sacrificial offerings, sometimes including horses and chariots. Kurgans were used in the Ukrainian and Russian Steppes but spread into eastern, central, and northern Europe in the 3rd millennium BC.

The monuments of these cultures coincide with Scythian-Saka-Siberian monuments. Scythian-Saka-Siberian monuments have common features, and sometimes common genetic roots. Also associated with these spectacular burial mounds are the Pazyryk, an ancient people who lived in the Altai Mountains lying in Siberian Russia on the Ukok Plateau, near the borders with China, Kazakhstan and Mongolia.[4] The archaeological site on the Ukok Plateau associated with the Pazyryk culture is included in the Golden Mountains of Altai
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

mound builders
same as the usa
same aeon to

neeto tounge
 Quoting: aether


Highest concentration of mounds is in Lithuania and some of them are still in use today for the same purpose and with still alive the same traditions. They did not spread from Steppes. Mound building evolved from stone-age burial places. It predates Scythian empire. Other places simply do not have "missing link" as it did appear, spread, then disappeared.
 Quoting: EMPerror


yes

certainly our northern hemisphere is mound orientated
 Quoting: aether


I was thinking on the mounds 2 days ago.

I was thinking perhaps they are representative of the vulva.

One is 'birthed' into this world through this fashion. Perhaps the thinking was, one is 'birthed' to 'death' as well.

Dunno.

Just something I was thinking recently.

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Popping out for a bit

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