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Seer777
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a nice reply see7,,

thankyou,,

however the question desired a different response,,



too weigh another via equal balance,, requires the need too posess an acute measurement of self,,

self is unable too weigh another by counter comparison,, as self is biased indeed,,


our current justice system is a pyramid based navel system,,

when a plaintive stands within the dock,, this is done so within old maritine tradition,,


so please one again,,


what weight is used as a counter balance when weighing the heart of a man?,,

the true answer is simple,,


much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 5969477


Seems to me...there is only attraction.

That which one moves towards or away from. For whatever reason.


To find an 'equal balance' with another, is seemingly fleeting. It happens in the 'in between' times when balancing on either side occurs.

And often magical...

One finds said and resides in the balance it offers, only to find shortly after some 'thing' added to either side which disrupts said balance.

Which then leads to the push and pull to return to that equilibrium.


I am aware of 'Admiralty Law'.

I understand the implication behind the 'Birth Certificate'.

Indeed.


Well...perhaps 'Mans Heart' is measured by how often (s)he shares it with humble and genuine intent.

:)
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cheers aether,,

mmmmm beer,,

dasbier
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Richard Feynman said:

If, in some cataclysm, all of scientific knowledge were to be destroyed, and only one sentence passed on to the next generation of creatures, what statement would contain the most information in the fewest words? I believe it is the atomic hypothesis that

All things are made of atoms-little particles that that move around in perpetual motion, attracting each other when they are a little distance apart, but repelling upon being squeezed into one another.

In that one sentence, you will see, there is an enormous amount of information about the world, if just a little imagination and thinking are applied.

[link to www-scf.usc.edu]

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close enough see7,,


too be humble,, full of empathy/love,, and too regard all others above self,,

not all pilots are buddahs as ss and aether have mentioned prior,,

such an innocent quip reflects,,


not all hearts are thus weighed correctly,, when counter balanced by self as an agreed assumption,,

all buddahs are pilots,, without measurement,, when counter attributted from within reflective self,,


the balance counters self,, indeed,,


much love,,
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I am aware of 'Admiralty Law'.

I understand the implication behind the 'Birth Certificate'.

Indeed.

 Quoting: Seer777


Why is a 'Court of Law' situated as it is in America?

Anyone know?
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The OX TOE

A theory is more impressive the greater is the simplicity of its premise, the more different are the kinds of things it relates and the more extended its range of applicability...
~Albert Einstein

:LolzWot?:

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


I'm getting a different meaning for ox toerofl
[link to www.urbandictionary.com]
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lmao
 Quoting: Seer777


Thank you for that btw...

I think I just laughed for...dunno...5 minutes straight.

Why do our eyes fill with 'tears' when laugh heartily?


I found that quote earlier on this link which was provided this morning...
[link to www.toequest.com]

lol.
 Quoting: Seer777


So the hand axe represents the varja, I didn't know that.
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remembering what holds any and all 2 or more things together
something in between that that they both/all are attracted to

synergy is not balance as in weight to weight

synergy is two or more anything of any design (weight) visibly getting on (together) with each other because what is in between each of them (synergy) they all are attracted to

thus we may see imaginable information is a vital ingredient of synergy
and
in our previous aeon we see there did not exist the imaginal information in our possession today

thus we are hopeful of our future not least because imaginal information forces it so

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yes,,

all law,, usa,, uk,, and europe,,

is based within historical nautical premise,,

all is derived and evolved from maritine/marshal/milatary law,,

law was strictly required upon ship,, as the conditions often invoked the worse in man,, starvation,, thirst, ect,,

the court was an english predescadative reminder too shipmates to remeber the court of the king that ruled,, who expected their payed embarkment and safe return with riches plundered,,


the notion of shares,, came from such expeditions,,

most returned rich via share agreed by court,, kings court,,


so enriched were the plunderances upon return that the law of court was then accepted as court of law for all men,,


much love,,
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so please one again,,

what weight is used as a counter balance when weighing the heart of a man?,,

the true answer is simple,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 5969477


The heart of a man is his OWN defined morals.

the moral of a man can be seen by his action being defined by his OWN words.

Therefore the counter balance is a mans self chosen unforced sacrifices.

Whether his morals are just or not is another question.

hf
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...


I'm getting a different meaning for ox toerofl
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lmao
 Quoting: Seer777


Thank you for that btw...

I think I just laughed for...dunno...5 minutes straight.

Why do our eyes fill with 'tears' when laugh heartily?


I found that quote earlier on this link which was provided this morning...
[link to www.toequest.com]

lol.
 Quoting: Seer777


So the hand axe represents the varja, I didn't know that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


That was the best laugh I have had in a long time... rofl



It's funny about the 'toe'. As yesterday when I posted that bit about the Statue of Liberty re-opening.

As I was reading her history, I noted the bit about her 'toe'. I kept thinking,

A toe hold in the new world...

I thought it several times and throughout the day...


A toe hold.

When one climbs a mountain...that is often that which comes available.

 Quoting: Seer777


In a symbolic act, the first rivet placed into the skin, fixing a copper plate onto the statue's big toe, was driven by United States Ambassador to France Levi P. Morton
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Matterhorn

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remembering what holds any and all 2 or more things together
something in between that that they both/all are attracted to

synergy is not balance as in weight to weight

synergy is two or more anything of any design (weight) visibly getting on (together) with each other because what is in between each of them (synergy) they all are attracted to

thus we may see imaginable information is a vital ingredient of synergy
and
in our previous aeon we see there did not exist the imaginal information in our possession today

thus we are hopeful of our future not least because imaginal information forces it so
 Quoting: aether


Is synergy a key to ma'at?scratching
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so please one again,,

what weight is used as a counter balance when weighing the heart of a man?,,

the true answer is simple,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 5969477


The heart of a man is his OWN defined morals.

the moral of a man can be seen by his action being defined by his OWN words.

Therefore the counter balance is a mans self chosen unforced sacrifices.

Whether his morals are just or not is another question.

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6933310


yes yes yes,,

but one word reflects perfectly,,

and light reflected is as light as a feather,,

mirror,,

ac uk is that you?,,

speaking from your rath keale mansion?,,

much love,,





much love,,
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remembering what holds any and all 2 or more things together
something in between that that they both/all are attracted to

synergy is not balance as in weight to weight

synergy is two or more anything of any design (weight) visibly getting on (together) with each other because what is in between each of them (synergy) they all are attracted to

thus we may see imaginable information is a vital ingredient of synergy
and
in our previous aeon we see there did not exist the imaginal information in our possession today

thus we are hopeful of our future not least because imaginal information forces it so
 Quoting: aether


Is synergy a key to ma'at?scratching
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


The significance of Maat developed to the point that it embraced all aspects of existence, including the basic equilibrium of the universe, the relationship between constituent parts, the cycle of the seasons, heavenly movements, religious observations and fair dealings, honesty and truthfulness in social interactions.

The ancient Egyptians had a deep conviction of an underlying holiness and unity within the universe. Cosmic harmony was achieved by correct public and ritual life.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
it sounds like it but does not feel like it
which is an information thing that will become open source debate in our noticeable future so /z\ that is my opinion of feeling

yes ma`at is synergy and the cause of it

it seems
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but one word reflects perfectly,,

and light reflected is as light as a feather,,

mirror,,

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Stood between two self reflections
Increases a mans ego

For a man to see his son
becomes a burden for the youth to live

In the mirror of life
the father removes the longing of the son

Reflection decreases the light
as a feather weighs the wind bringing chaos

eyebat
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That was the best laugh I have had in a long time... rofl



It's funny about the 'toe'. As yesterday when I posted that bit about the Statue of Liberty re-opening.

As I was reading her history, I noted the bit about her 'toe'. I kept thinking,

A toe hold in the new world...

I thought it several times and throughout the day...


A toe hold.

When one climbs a mountain...that is often that which comes available.



:ladyliberty:
 Quoting: Chrit



[link to www.youtube.com]

banana
 Quoting: Seer777


In a symbolic act, the first rivet placed into the skin, fixing a copper plate onto the statue's big toe, was driven by United States Ambassador to France Levi P. Morton
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

:Matterhorn:
 Quoting: Seer777


What stands out to me about that, is Levi Morton. His first wifes name is Lucy Young Kimball. Kimball isn't a common name. And Morton was born in Vermont around the same time as Herber C Kimball
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Her middle name is Young which could even be related to Brigham Young, there is a link to him on Herbers link.

All mormons except Levi, I don't know about him, which is heavily influenced by masonry. Then of course J P Morgan replaced Morton. Wow, hmmm.
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Morton=salt and Morgan=chase=swastika from that site, lol
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What stands out to me about that, is Levi Morton. His first wifes name is Lucy Young Kimball. Kimball isn't a common name. And Morton was born in Vermont around the same time as Herber C Kimball
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Her middle name is Young which could even be related to Brigham Young, there is a link to him on Herbers link.

All mormons except Levi, I don't know about him, which is heavily influenced by masonry. Then of course J P Morgan replaced Morton. Wow, hmmm.
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yes
a lot riding on what happens next tounge
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but one word reflects perfectly,,

and light reflected is as light as a feather,,

mirror,,

 Quoting: nobody 5969477


Stood between two self reflections
Increases a mans ego

For a man to see his son
becomes a burden for the youth to live

In the mirror of life
the father removes the longing of the son

Reflection decreases the light
as a feather weighs the wind bringing chaos

eyebat
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6933310


chaos is a decided proud non receptance within a linear perspective,,

step back far enough too see a greator pattern/picture,,

interesting indeed,,

much love,,
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That was the best laugh I have had in a long time... rofl



It's funny about the 'toe'. As yesterday when I posted that bit about the Statue of Liberty re-opening.

As I was reading her history, I noted the bit about her 'toe'. I kept thinking,

A toe hold in the new world...

I thought it several times and throughout the day...


A toe hold.

When one climbs a mountain...that is often that which comes available.

...


ladyliberty
 Quoting: Chrit



[link to www.youtube.com]

banana
 Quoting: Seer777


In a symbolic act, the first rivet placed into the skin, fixing a copper plate onto the statue's big toe, was driven by United States Ambassador to France Levi P. Morton
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Matterhorn
 Quoting: Seer777


What stands out to me about that, is Levi Morton. His first wifes name is Lucy Young Kimball. Kimball isn't a common name. And Morton was born in Vermont around the same time as Herber C Kimball
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Her middle name is Young which could even be related to Brigham Young, there is a link to him on Herbers link.

All mormons except Levi, I don't know about him, which is heavily influenced by masonry. Then of course J P Morgan replaced Morton. Wow, hmmm.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Yes.

I knew someone would get something with the name.

/z\ He died on his birthday.

May 16th.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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What stands out to me about that, is Levi Morton. His first wifes name is Lucy Young Kimball. Kimball isn't a common name. And Morton was born in Vermont around the same time as Herber C Kimball
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Her middle name is Young which could even be related to Brigham Young, there is a link to him on Herbers link.

All mormons except Levi, I don't know about him, which is heavily influenced by masonry. Then of course J P Morgan replaced Morton. Wow, hmmm.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Kimball eventually married a total of forty-three women, although it is stated that many of these marriages were merely caretaking arrangements lacking a physical intimacy component.

Kimball had sixty-five children by seventeen of his wives.

Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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What stands out to me about that, is Levi Morton. His first wifes name is Lucy Young Kimball. Kimball isn't a common name. And Morton was born in Vermont around the same time as Herber C Kimball
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Her middle name is Young which could even be related to Brigham Young, there is a link to him on Herbers link.

All mormons except Levi, I don't know about him, which is heavily influenced by masonry. Then of course J P Morgan replaced Morton. Wow, hmmm.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


yes
a lot riding on what happens next tounge
 Quoting: aether


What would that be?
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What stands out to me about that, is Levi Morton. His first wifes name is Lucy Young Kimball. Kimball isn't a common name. And Morton was born in Vermont around the same time as Herber C Kimball
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Her middle name is Young which could even be related to Brigham Young, there is a link to him on Herbers link.

All mormons except Levi, I don't know about him, which is heavily influenced by masonry. Then of course J P Morgan replaced Morton. Wow, hmmm.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Kimball eventually married a total of forty-three women, although it is stated that many of these marriages were merely caretaking arrangements lacking a physical intimacy component.

Kimball had sixty-five children by seventeen of his wives.

 Quoting: Seer777


They took 'be fruitful' literally, lol
What they don't say is that they still believe in polygamy in the afterlife.another do
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What stands out to me about that, is Levi Morton. His first wifes name is Lucy Young Kimball. Kimball isn't a common name. And Morton was born in Vermont around the same time as Herber C Kimball
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Her middle name is Young which could even be related to Brigham Young, there is a link to him on Herbers link.

All mormons except Levi, I don't know about him, which is heavily influenced by masonry. Then of course J P Morgan replaced Morton. Wow, hmmm.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Kimball eventually married a total of forty-three women, although it is stated that many of these marriages were merely caretaking arrangements lacking a physical intimacy component.

Kimball had sixty-five children by seventeen of his wives.

 Quoting: Seer777


They took 'be fruitful' literally, lol
What they don't say is that they still believe in polygamy in the afterlife.another do
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Fruitful?

65 children?

lol.
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chaos is a decided proud non receptance within a linear perspective,,

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So the choice to replay only self chosen, non judgmental aspects of removed perspective within a linear point of being can or should be regarded as a non chaotic fragment within held reactions of reflections?

rockon
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What stands out to me about that, is Levi Morton. His first wifes name is Lucy Young Kimball. Kimball isn't a common name. And Morton was born in Vermont around the same time as Herber C Kimball
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Her middle name is Young which could even be related to Brigham Young, there is a link to him on Herbers link.

All mormons except Levi, I don't know about him, which is heavily influenced by masonry. Then of course J P Morgan replaced Morton. Wow, hmmm.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


yes
a lot riding on what happens next tounge
 Quoting: aether


What would that be?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Something that happens soon.

chuckle
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Fruitful?

65 children?

lol.
 Quoting: Seer777


That's one way to grow a religion, lol
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What stands out to me about that, is Levi Morton. His first wifes name is Lucy Young Kimball. Kimball isn't a common name. And Morton was born in Vermont around the same time as Herber C Kimball
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Her middle name is Young which could even be related to Brigham Young, there is a link to him on Herbers link.

All mormons except Levi, I don't know about him, which is heavily influenced by masonry. Then of course J P Morgan replaced Morton. Wow, hmmm.
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yes
a lot riding on what happens next tounge
 Quoting: aether


What would that be?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Something that happens soon.

chuckle
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ha ha very funny, lol
popcorn
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Fruitful?

65 children?

lol.
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That's one way to grow a religion, lol
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A religion?


That's a harem.

Little more.
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Fruitful?

65 children?

lol.
 Quoting: Seer777


That's one way to grow a religion, lol
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A religion?


That's a harem.

Little more.
 Quoting: Seer777



What is it about Man's sexual appetite thus...that he would choose to 'take on' so many 'wives'?


Solomon?

What does one do with that many wives?

Then what?

Then.

What...

?

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yes
a lot riding on what happens next tounge
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What would that be?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Something that happens soon.

chuckle
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ha ha very funny, lol
popcorn
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41546667


Funny, but true, as 'soon' has no conceptual base.

chuckle