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That is creepy!

Here is a cow myth

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Thawing frost then became a cow called Audhumla. Four rivers of milk ran from her teats, and she fed Ymir.

Buri, Bor, and Bestla
The cow licked salty ice blocks. After one day of licking, she freed a man's hair from the ice. After two days, his head appeared. On the third day the whole man was there. His name was Buri, and he was tall, strong, and handsome.

Buri begot a son named Bor, and Bor married Bestla, the daughter of a giant.

[link to www.pitt.edu]

There was a really good norse site, I think aether posted, but I can't remember the name of it.


Here is cattle in religion
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The Hebrew God in the old testament did not like the worship of the Bull. scratching but the bull or cow is in tons of creation myths.
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No.

I am speaking symbolically.

I have referenced it several times.


I find the success at said, further evidence of DNA manipulation which led to the rise of Man.


Human into ---> cow was not something I would guessed would be attempted.

Distaste is due the strange and somewhat bewildering notion that these cows can now produce 'human-like milk'.

It is touching on something I think we would all find distasteful.
 Quoting: Seer777


oh
i see, yes it seems we are hovering over this topic "modern man" and thus far we have electric biology (spark of life) and technology utilizing spark of life on gaia
we have two types of spark of life using technology generally
circle culture , which looks like it may be indigenous
and pyramid culture which looks like it is not
the questions seem to go like this
because the structures were existing thus able to function when spark of like conditions naturally occurred as in: gaia`s environment become higher charge thus electric biology becomes prompted
did we become modern man as we are today because the combination of our existing spark of life structures all over the globe prompting our change when spark of life environment engaged and electric biology was prompted

how does that feel to you senses
 Quoting: aether


you see once modern man frame of mind occurred in a shape that fitted modern man , the shape it fitted (body) soon becomes functioning as modern man thinks
thus it takes but a short time in births for a hairy large thing becomes a no hair smaller thing when the original shape fits both frame of minds

is the sensation
 Quoting: aether


body hair is the basis of chemo effective senses. It is the other.

neotony is an Idea more versed in fetishism and cultural more than making 'natural' or utilitarian sense.
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The answer is autonomic activity and hormonal manipulation. It influences the primal hard wired brain.

Thought is only such as it is not the function of reaction.

Why is all media a hyper sensual bombardment.

Correct, Modify the concious mind and the autonomic slowly erodes/shifts.

The internal matrix becomes recoded and all resultant processes have shifted.

Therein even logic bases become canted to a new perspective.

In this case the exponentializing minutae is rewritten and quaint taglines become substitute for intricate thought procesd.

I previously called it blackboxing.

In essence you become disconnected from the 'real' you.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


But, I/we were speaking of subconscious/conscious in the context of altered state experiences, not waking reality. That eliminates the hormonal manipulation aspect as well as media influence. Also, when in these states, emotional balance is a must or the experience dissolves.

But, the second part of your response is what I ask about myself all the time. That is what I question about myself and what is it doing. It is changing me on a deep level beyond the conscious. My internal matrix has shifted. Parts of been recoded as what was once not naturally available (altered state aspects of consciousness), are now readily available and naturally manifested. Logic indeed, shifts and lies within an altered framework that is much different than that of the 'normal' person. Which is the exact reason why I mentioned to aether earlier, that it is 'so strange'.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


My altered state experiences make no sense in the context of a now; Until of course object motion places them in a reflective state where they describe relationships that require a twist.

I try to estimate or underestimate little, while excluding self from the equation. As that is the distortion that perpetuates self (much likened to linearity bouncing off of linearity will return to the same aspect.)

Aware or unaware matters as little as concious unconcious motivations; As they are motivators just the same. To understand or 'see', bias must be removed.

My estimation is we will be unaware when 'locked' in to 'right' or inversely reflective action. We end up where we should be.

Too much analysis always creates a 'fumble'.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


The word I would evoke is justification. It is unneeded. If a system balances it is it's own end. Balance need not be justified.

Be content as a tree seed. As Tree seeds known what to do without anything but the proper (balanced ) conditions.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Yep. I am doing more and more of that as the days and years move on. Less analyzing, and more just an awareness of them occurring.
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Haven. I remember that show. Stephen king. Lol. We were avid king readers in my house growing up. Folks lived maine.

Thanks. I will have to watch it again.

Heck why not. We want to be "gods" of myth? Why not. As long as we are helping not hurting others. When do i get to fly? Lol. My husband keeps telling me this bump i have on my back is a wing about to sprout. Lol


Nola
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But, I/we were speaking of subconscious/conscious in the context of altered state experiences, not waking reality. That eliminates the hormonal manipulation aspect as well as media influence. Also, when in these states, emotional balance is a must or the experience dissolves.

But, the second part of your response is what I ask about myself all the time. That is what I question about myself and what is it doing. It is changing me on a deep level beyond the conscious. My internal matrix has shifted. Parts of been recoded as what was once not naturally available (altered state aspects of consciousness), are now readily available and naturally manifested. Logic indeed, shifts and lies within an altered framework that is much different than that of the 'normal' person. Which is the exact reason why I mentioned to aether earlier, that it is 'so strange'.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


My altered state experiences make no sense in the context of a now; Until of course object motion places them in a reflective state where they describe relationships that require a twist.

I try to estimate or underestimate little, while excluding self from the equation. As that is the distortion that perpetuates self (much likened to linearity bouncing off of linearity will return to the same aspect.)

Aware or unaware matters as little as concious unconcious motivations; As they are motivators just the same. To understand or 'see', bias must be removed.

My estimation is we will be unaware when 'locked' in to 'right' or inversely reflective action. We end up where we should be.

Too much analysis always creates a 'fumble'.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


The word I would evoke is justification. It is unneeded. If a system balances it is it's own end. Balance need not be justified.

Be content as a tree seed. As Tree seeds known what to do without anything but the proper (balanced ) conditions.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Yep. I am doing more and more of that as the days and years move on. Less analyzing, and more just an awareness of them occurring.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Exactly, Because the most we can ever hope to 'know' is nothing.
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indeed dion,,

which gear is dependent upon balance,, sheers the next towards greator motive,,


which cells shall die off within the pupus,, too grow the next intentional flight,,

the keys to all music of all retorical substance are bound within a current scale of perception,,

as are the gears,, as are the cells,, as is the sound,,

all applitude's forget their origin,, as they are thus re-shaped by the gravity of light radiation within an
electrical wave,,

the colour yet imaj-ined resides hidden,, and yet it colours all motive as a childs crayon does,, a simpler wider perspective,, untainted,, unrestrained,, unespecially,, when forbidden within mental sculpture,,

much love,,
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No.

I am speaking symbolically.

I have referenced it several times.


I find the success at said, further evidence of DNA manipulation which led to the rise of Man.


Human into ---> cow was not something I would guessed would be attempted.

Distaste is due the strange and somewhat bewildering notion that these cows can now produce 'human-like milk'.

It is touching on something I think we would all find distasteful.
 Quoting: Seer777


oh
i see, yes it seems we are hovering over this topic "modern man" and thus far we have electric biology (spark of life) and technology utilizing spark of life on gaia
we have two types of spark of life using technology generally
circle culture , which looks like it may be indigenous
and pyramid culture which looks like it is not
the questions seem to go like this
because the structures were existing thus able to function when spark of like conditions naturally occurred as in: gaia`s environment become higher charge thus electric biology becomes prompted
did we become modern man as we are today because the combination of our existing spark of life structures all over the globe prompting our change when spark of life environment engaged and electric biology was prompted

how does that feel to you senses
 Quoting: aether


you see once modern man frame of mind occurred in a shape that fitted modern man , the shape it fitted (body) soon becomes functioning as modern man thinks
thus it takes but a short time in births for a hairy large thing becomes a no hair smaller thing when the original shape fits both frame of minds

is the sensation
 Quoting: aether


remembering we discovered epigenetics thus we know our genes control almost nothing and dna is our fractal library of all designs/memory that a dna structure may require to function sensitive to location of function is within

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That is creepy!

Here is a cow myth

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Thawing frost then became a cow called Audhumla. Four rivers of milk ran from her teats, and she fed Ymir.

Buri, Bor, and Bestla
The cow licked salty ice blocks. After one day of licking, she freed a man's hair from the ice. After two days, his head appeared. On the third day the whole man was there. His name was Buri, and he was tall, strong, and handsome.

Buri begot a son named Bor, and Bor married Bestla, the daughter of a giant.

[link to www.pitt.edu]

There was a really good norse site, I think aether posted, but I can't remember the name of it.


Here is cattle in religion
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The Hebrew God in the old testament did not like the worship of the Bull. scratching but the bull or cow is in tons of creation myths.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Yes.

Rig Veda
Which usually is translated as: "The fiend who consumes flesh of cattle, with flesh of horses and of human bodies, who slaughters the milk producing cow, O Agni, tear off the heads of such with fiery fury". The milk-giving cow here is described as “Aghnya” which means “that what is not to be sacrificed”. This would imply that sacrifice was practiced in the Vedic period.



Egypt
The ancient Egyptians sacrificed animals, but not the cow because it was sacred to goddess Hathor, and also due to the contemporary Greek myth of Io, who had the form of a cow.

In Egyptian mythology, Hesat was the manifestation of Hathor, the divine sky-cow, in earthly form. Like Hathor, she was seen as the wife of Ra. In hieroglyphs she is depicted as a cow with a hat.

Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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But, I/we were speaking of subconscious/conscious in the context of altered state experiences, not waking reality. That eliminates the hormonal manipulation aspect as well as media influence. Also, when in these states, emotional balance is a must or the experience dissolves.

But, the second part of your response is what I ask about myself all the time. That is what I question about myself and what is it doing. It is changing me on a deep level beyond the conscious. My internal matrix has shifted. Parts of been recoded as what was once not naturally available (altered state aspects of consciousness), are now readily available and naturally manifested. Logic indeed, shifts and lies within an altered framework that is much different than that of the 'normal' person. Which is the exact reason why I mentioned to aether earlier, that it is 'so strange'.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


My altered state experiences make no sense in the context of a now; Until of course object motion places them in a reflective state where they describe relationships that require a twist.

I try to estimate or underestimate little, while excluding self from the equation. As that is the distortion that perpetuates self (much likened to linearity bouncing off of linearity will return to the same aspect.)

Aware or unaware matters as little as concious unconcious motivations; As they are motivators just the same. To understand or 'see', bias must be removed.

My estimation is we will be unaware when 'locked' in to 'right' or inversely reflective action. We end up where we should be.

Too much analysis always creates a 'fumble'.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


The word I would evoke is justification. It is unneeded. If a system balances it is it's own end. Balance need not be justified.

Be content as a tree seed. As Tree seeds known what to do without anything but the proper (balanced ) conditions.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Yep. I am doing more and more of that as the days and years move on. Less analyzing, and more just an awareness of them occurring.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


You can only be aware of actions. All else is conjecture. That which we often mightily protect is the lodestone.
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This might be interesting

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In Egyptian mythology, Apis or Hapis (alternatively spelled Hapi-ankh), is a bull-deity that was worshipped in the Memphis region.
Apis was the most important of all the sacred animals in Egypt, and, as with the others, its importance increased as time went on. Greek and Roman authors have much to say about Apis, the marks by which the black bull-calf was recognized, the manner of his conception by a ray from heaven, his house at Memphis with court for disporting himself, the mode of prognostication from his actions, the mourning at his death, his costly burial, and the rejoicings throughout the country when a new Apis was found.

Notice they say black bull-calf. That stands out as the opposite to say the calf of North America, white buffalo calf.
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the golden calf
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Seems the sacred bull [link to en.wikipedia.org] different colors mean have different meanings or could be different parts of the same color wheel?
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I think the bull/cow we are speaking of is metaphorical and quite visible in the skies as is the milk of the milk and honey venue.
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the golden calf
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Seems the sacred bull [link to en.wikipedia.org] different colors mean have different meanings or could be different parts of the same color wheel?
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Most likely the 'Golden Calf' represented the Feminine. Which as we all know, is largely absent from the Biblical canon.

Maybe manna got tiresome and they wanted some cheese......
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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indeed dion,,

which gear is dependent upon balance,, sheers the next towards greator motive,,


which cells shall die off within the pupus,, too grow the next intentional flight,,

the keys to all music of all retorical substance are bound within a current scale of perception,,

as are the gears,, as are the cells,, as is the sound,,

all applitude's forget their origin,, as they are thus re-shaped by the gravity of light radiation within an
electrical wave,,

the colour yet imaj-ined resides hidden,, and yet it colours all motive as a childs crayon does,, a simpler wider perspective,, untainted,, unrestrained,, unespecially,, when forbidden within mental sculpture,,

much love,,
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I'll put it simply: This is why the artist is unfettered by the 'devil' known as repetition. Success is only such once, else it is masturbation to a familiar song.

There is no art in fetish.

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I think the bull/cow we are speaking of is metaphorical and quite visible in the skies as is the milk of the milk and honey venue.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


It is in Norse, the 4 rivers is this:

Outside the gravitational influence of the Galactic bars, astronomers generally organize the interstellar medium and stars in the disk of the Milky Way into four spiral arms
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an interesting direction dion,,

please forgive this one,, for creating such an invocational response,,

mental masturbation is often a bias of happenstance,, without a reflective gross of deliberation,,

mirrors reflect thus,,



please forgive this reflection,, indeed,,


as no motive nor intention encouraged such,,





much love,,
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I think the bull/cow we are speaking of is metaphorical and quite visible in the skies as is the milk of the milk and honey venue.
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It is in Norse, the 4 rivers is this:

Outside the gravitational influence of the Galactic bars, astronomers generally organize the interstellar medium and stars in the disk of the Milky Way into four spiral arms
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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The word galaxy is milky
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the golden calf
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Seems the sacred bull [link to en.wikipedia.org] different colors mean have different meanings or could be different parts of the same color wheel?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Most likely the 'Golden Calf' represented the Feminine. Which as we all know, is largely absent from the Biblical canon.

Maybe manna got tiresome and they wanted some cheese......
 Quoting: Seer777


i saw what you did there lmao
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Read the book. Watching the movie is like eating someone elses premasticated pablum.

Oh to be fed as a baby bird.

 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


rofl

It was entertaining if a bit poignant.


Dante's Circles of Hell and Crowley's Rings of Aethyrs are ringing a bell.

But why 9 and 30?
 Quoting: Seer777


30 has always been symbolic of the circle and cycle.

60x60x24x7x52

Radiant 12
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Oh, I see it now.


60 seconds.

60 minutes

24 hours

7 days a week

52 weeks a year

:13=12+1:
 Quoting: Seer777


Check this out

The Milky Way "milk circle" was just one of 11 circles the Greeks identified in the sky, others being the zodiac, the meridian, the horizon, the equator, the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, Arctic and Antarctic circles, and two colure circles passing through both poles.
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I wonder why just 11 or if the 11 is something else, probably is, lol.
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the golden calf
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Seems the sacred bull [link to en.wikipedia.org] different colors mean have different meanings or could be different parts of the same color wheel?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Most likely the 'Golden Calf' represented the Feminine. Which as we all know, is largely absent from the Biblical canon.

Maybe manna got tiresome and they wanted some cheese......
 Quoting: Seer777


Usually gold is in reference to the sun(male) and silver to the moon(female), but I have heard somewhere the sun could be associated with female.scratching
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the golden calf
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Seems the sacred bull [link to en.wikipedia.org] different colors mean have different meanings or could be different parts of the same color wheel?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Most likely the 'Golden Calf' represented the Feminine. Which as we all know, is largely absent from the Biblical canon.

Maybe manna got tiresome and they wanted some cheese......
 Quoting: Seer777


i saw what you did there lmao
 Quoting: aether


tounge

Think about it...


Land flowing with milk and honey.

Cows and Bees.


Dairy cows are female.

Often...so are bees.

Fertility.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Evening....would any of you remember voyager being reported as 'stopping' about 15 years ago?
When I say 'stopping' the report was aired as "slowed to 0 mph, even moving backwards as it 'bumped' into 'something'?"

Just wondered.

peace
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the golden calf
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Seems the sacred bull [link to en.wikipedia.org] different colors mean have different meanings or could be different parts of the same color wheel?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Most likely the 'Golden Calf' represented the Feminine. Which as we all know, is largely absent from the Biblical canon.

Maybe manna got tiresome and they wanted some cheese......
 Quoting: Seer777


i saw what you did there lmao
 Quoting: aether


tounge

Think about it...


Land flowing with milk and honey.

Cows and Bees.


Dairy cows are female.

Often...so are bees.

Fertility.
 Quoting: Seer777

I noticed the Hebrew women have had a hard time with fertility. morescratching lol
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Joseph Mede

Joseph Mede (1586, Berden – 1639) was an English scholar with a wide range of interests. He was educated at Christ's College, Cambridge, where he became a Fellow from 1613. He is now remembered as a biblical scholar. He was also a naturalist and Egyptologist. He was a Hebraist, and became Lecturer of Greek.

His Clavis Apocalyptica[ (1627 in Latin, English translation 1643, Key of the Revelation Searched and Demonstrated was a widely influential work on the interpretation of the Book of Revelation. It projected the end of the world by 1716: possibly in 1654.

Christopher Hill considers that Mede deliberately refrained from publication. Posthumously were published interpretation of the Book of Daniel, and The Apostasy of Latter Times. On demons, he took the position that possession was to be explained as mental illness
 Quoting: observation

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see the frame of mind /z\
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"predicting crime"

mental dis ease or
agony of the heart
the demons label as
profitable suffering

~H
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the golden calf
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Seems the sacred bull [link to en.wikipedia.org] different colors mean have different meanings or could be different parts of the same color wheel?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Most likely the 'Golden Calf' represented the Feminine. Which as we all know, is largely absent from the Biblical canon.

Maybe manna got tiresome and they wanted some cheese......
 Quoting: Seer777


Usually gold is in reference to the sun(male) and silver to the moon(female), but I have heard somewhere the sun could be associated with female.scratching
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


It was crafted as an object of offering and gold being the most valuable and probably more plentiful medium they had available at the time.

It is said in the Kolbrin, that the Egyptian peoples and priests went to the Hebrew holy men and offered them all their wealth to stop the plagues.

I imagine that is how much of the Gold may have been accumulated.

Not to mention looting.


But then, I'm just musing.

:)
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the golden calf
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Seems the sacred bull [link to en.wikipedia.org] different colors mean have different meanings or could be different parts of the same color wheel?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Most likely the 'Golden Calf' represented the Feminine. Which as we all know, is largely absent from the Biblical canon.

Maybe manna got tiresome and they wanted some cheese......
 Quoting: Seer777


i saw what you did there lmao
 Quoting: aether


tounge

Think about it...


Land flowing with milk and honey.

Cows and Bees.


Dairy cows are female.

Often...so are bees.

Fertility.
 Quoting: Seer777


i know, how is it not seen
i used to believe it was seen by everyone and they acted as if it was not for reasons i could never detected
that caused a serious issue once tounge
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Evening....would any of you remember voyager being reported as 'stopping' about 15 years ago?
When I say 'stopping' the report was aired as "slowed to 0 mph, even moving backwards as it 'bumped' into 'something'?"

Just wondered.

peace
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good evening, i remember it slowing for reasons unknown to our authorities but the rate was small
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Evening....would any of you remember voyager being reported as 'stopping' about 15 years ago?
When I say 'stopping' the report was aired as "slowed to 0 mph, even moving backwards as it 'bumped' into 'something'?"

Just wondered.

peace
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good evening, i remember it slowing for reasons unknown to our authorities but the rate was small
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Yes, it slowed and baffled the scientists as there was 'nothing' out there to cause it to decelerate.
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“Boitatá
This is a Brazilian version of the myth that explains the Will o' Wisp or Saint-Elmo's Fire which exists in almost all cultures. In Germany, it is the Irrlicht (the mad light) carried by tiny and invisible dwarves. In England it is the Jack Lantern who, in the form of a ghost, guides the travelers through the bogs and wetlands; in France it is the Sinister Moine des Marais (monk from the wetlands), with the same attributes as the swamp guides; in Portugal they are the alminhas (little souls), the souls of the pagan boys or the apparition of a soul who left behind some buried money and can't save itself until this treasure is found by someone.
In Brazil this is one of the oldest myths, and it's origin is almost entirely indigenous. It would be a fire-snake that wandered the fields, protecting against those who try to set fire to them. Sometimes it's transformed into a thick burning log that kills by combustion those who burn the fields uselessly. The boitatá was mentioned by the priest Anchieta in his São Vicente letter dated of May 31, 1560. The priest translated its name as a ‘thing of fire, that is all fire'. Mbai means thing, and tatá fire, giving the exact version: a living fire that moves, leaving a bright track. Since there's another similar tupi word, mboi, that means snake, we come to mboi-tatá, the fire snake. It is also known as a serpent of fire that lives in the water, or a big snake that kills the animals and eats their eyes; that's why it is so full of light — it's the light of their eyes. [It can be] a bull or an ox that breathes fire from it's mouth or a bad person's spirit who wanders the land, torching the fields or running around as a firecracker or a torch, in differing versions. It is known by different names in different regions of Brazil.
In the Northeast is called batatão, in the center-south is boitatá, bitatá, batatá and baitatá. In the state of Minas Gerais, it's known as batatal, and in Bahia it's called biatatá. Cautiously, the priest Anchieta said: ‘What it may be is still not known for sure'.”
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you know if we apply telluric current as the origin of the bull/calf etc. all the myths change and the spark of life/origin of life and the visible sign of god being electricity light up tounge

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Re: X Marks the Spot
the golden calf
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Seems the sacred bull [link to en.wikipedia.org] different colors mean have different meanings or could be different parts of the same color wheel?
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Most likely the 'Golden Calf' represented the Feminine. Which as we all know, is largely absent from the Biblical canon.

Maybe manna got tiresome and they wanted some cheese......
 Quoting: Seer777


Usually gold is in reference to the sun(male) and silver to the moon(female), but I have heard somewhere the sun could be associated with female.scratching
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It was crafted as an object of offering and gold being the most valuable and probably more plentiful medium they had available at the time.

It is said in the Kolbrin, that the Egyptian peoples and priests went to the Hebrew holy men and offered them all their wealth to stop the plagues.

I imagine that is how much of the Gold may have been accumulated.

Not to mention looting.


But then, I'm just musing.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


I still have to reread that book. Did the ark go out of control creating plagues, can't remember the story? I wonder what cow technology symbolizes, if the ark symbolized and was electricity? Fertility, hmmm

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