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aether (OP)

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the people with the button remain in authority :tounge
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real authority cannot be contained in a button.
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that is true tounge
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funny how it arose, was it fighting for sacrifice or was it death before dishonour
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It was both at the same time, simultaneously. It was the yin and the yang spiraling past us in a hypnotizing fashion. Turning reason on itself.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


i think you are right
a transitory moment of reality (choice)

first you master destruction
then you are free to create
 Quoting: aether


yes
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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fear is always the first enemy a warrior confronts on his/her road to impeccability
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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fear is always the first enemy a warrior confronts on his/her road to impeccability
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you know this cos it is the path you master as you go
and i believe you master it well
i like it thumbs
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fear is always the first enemy a warrior confronts on his/her road to impeccability
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you know this cos it is the path you master as you go
and i believe you master it well
i like it thumbs
 Quoting: aether


cheers
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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09/17/2013 09:37 AM
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funny how it arose, was it fighting for sacrifice or was it death before dishonour
 Quoting: aether


It was both at the same time, simultaneously. It was the yin and the yang spiraling past us in a hypnotizing fashion. Turning reason on itself.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


i think you are right
a transitory moment of reality (choice)

first you master destruction
then you are free to create
 Quoting: aether



Interesting idea :-)



Heya and have a great day.

Thank you for lovely thread to read.
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funny how it arose, was it fighting for sacrifice or was it death before dishonour
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It was both at the same time, simultaneously. It was the yin and the yang spiraling past us in a hypnotizing fashion. Turning reason on itself.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


i think you are right
a transitory moment of reality (choice)

first you master destruction
then you are free to create
 Quoting: aether



Interesting idea :-)



Heya and have a great day.

Thank you for lovely thread to read.
 Quoting: Silly Billy 42014975


hi
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suspicious observer will be good to listen to as we enter ison zone



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By the way:

I see destruction already contained in creation.
So what is to be master first ?

For my understanding, both are to be mastered in the same lesson of Restructuring.
You cannot master destruction if you don't have anything already constructed to destruct.

Hmm... funny things cross my mind right now
LoL
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the discovery that nature is never as simple as the thought of some people tounge
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Sometimes thought is a very powerful thing. Sometimes the suspension of thought is even more powerful.
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yes, two way , listen and talk
killing billions of people or even all people on gaia , at the press of a button , which is the technical ability humanity possess for some 40 years
not everyone dies at once but within a month or so likley no one is not noticably ill and likley the last will die within a year or two of the press of the button

that is a thought tounge
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There was a quote and I don't have the book anymore but it was about a person thinking they had the power to push that button with their finger but all the while didn't realize that the force is what moves that finger so really they don't have the power. (I'm awful at remembering quotes, it was something like that lol)
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That looks like Briens chin, lol
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By the way:

I see destruction already contained in creation.
So what is to be master first ?

For my understanding, both are to be mastered in the same lesson of Restructuring.
You cannot master destruction if you don't have anything already constructed to destruct.

Hmm... funny things cross my mind right now
LoL
 Quoting: Silly Billy 42014975


yes, remembering eternity = always something there to become somthing within
no matter what it is that is created. it is always created within a structure that was there for it`s creation to occur

thus there is always something to become thoughtful about for the created because that which was there before it`s creation prompts thought within the created to begin

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I wonder if the holes are for the helmets somehow. It seemed like in alot of the stonework the people wore weird shaped hats.
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the discovery that nature is never as simple as the thought of some people tounge
 Quoting: aether

Sometimes thought is a very powerful thing. Sometimes the suspension of thought is even more powerful.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


yes, two way , listen and talk
killing billions of people or even all people on gaia , at the press of a button , which is the technical ability humanity possess for some 40 years
not everyone dies at once but within a month or so likley no one is not noticably ill and likley the last will die within a year or two of the press of the button

that is a thought tounge
 Quoting: aether


There was a quote and I don't have the book anymore but it was about a person thinking they had the power to push that button with their finger but all the while didn't realize that the force is what moves that finger so really they don't have the power. (I'm awful at remembering quotes, it was something like that lol)
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well , no one has pressed it thus far
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I wonder if the holes are for the helmets somehow. It seemed like in alot of the stonework the people wore weird shaped hats.
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that is a good point
some holes we know are for blood and nerves to go through which modern man does not possess
those are the holes in the elongated cowns with 25% more brain matter and 2 plates , front and back
the holes in the top of those skulls are different holes and the feeling is "mateing" , from those skulls in the video and the holes on the top may easily be for helmet enhances thus the 25% extra brain capacity not within the mated was compensated by use of helmet enhancer to increase self organizing thought/charge from our environment thus prompt ability to manipulate matter, to a degree

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suspicious observer will be good to listen to as we enter ison zone


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But what caught my eye was what we have a chance of seeing a month earlier, before dawn on the morning of November 9th. Given clear skies, and a lot of luck, we have a chance of seeing a veritable “Comet Convoy” as 3 comets line up with Mars and Jupiter in the south east before sunrise...

And how bright will they all be? Well, from the left, Comet Encke will be magnitude 6, ISON should be hovering around 6 or 7, and Lovejoy will be still very faint at around magnitude 9. That means, especially in a brightening sky, none of them will probably be visible to the naked eye, but this parade will have astrophotographers out in their thousands I should think, and comet observers will be giddy with excitement.


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Interesting
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704

Thread: Move over Comet ISON. A new Comet Lovejoy has arrived

Looks like more comets are with Ison?
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I wonder if the holes are for the helmets somehow. It seemed like in alot of the stonework the people wore weird shaped hats.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


that is a good point
some holes we know are for blood and nerves to go through which modern man does not possess
those are the holes in the elongated cowns with 25% more brain matter and 2 plates , front and back
the holes in the top of those skulls are different holes and the feeling is "mateing" , from those skulls in the video and the holes on the top may easily be for helmet enhances thus the 25% extra brain capacity not within the mated was compensated by use of helmet enhancer to increase self organizing thought/charge from our environment thus prompt ability to manipulate matter, to a degree
 Quoting: aether


transhumanism prototyperofl
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suspicious observer will be good to listen to as we enter ison zone


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But what caught my eye was what we have a chance of seeing a month earlier, before dawn on the morning of November 9th. Given clear skies, and a lot of luck, we have a chance of seeing a veritable “Comet Convoy” as 3 comets line up with Mars and Jupiter in the south east before sunrise...

And how bright will they all be? Well, from the left, Comet Encke will be magnitude 6, ISON should be hovering around 6 or 7, and Lovejoy will be still very faint at around magnitude 9. That means, especially in a brightening sky, none of them will probably be visible to the naked eye, but this parade will have astrophotographers out in their thousands I should think, and comet observers will be giddy with excitement.


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Interesting
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704

Thread: Move over Comet ISON. A new Comet Lovejoy has arrived

Looks like more comets are with Ison?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704



If you can connect ISON with Iason, then company is what will be :-)

However, Lovejoy, Enke and other comets are out there... hmm... thinking of reconstructions and comets...
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morning aether and co.coffee4
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Good morning JB, everyone.

I was thinking about you yesterday afternoon.

Essentially, I allowed myself to accept that you would most likely not be returning to the thread, due your long absence.

I am happy to see I was wrong. And quite quickly as well.


Hope your Summer has been lovely.

:)

Last Edited by Seer777 on 09/17/2013 10:28 AM
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Good morning JB, everyone.

I was thinking about you yesterday afternoon.

Essentially, I allowed myself to accept that you would most likely not be returning to the thread, due you long absence.

I am happy to see I was wrong. And quite quickly as well.


Hope you Summer has been lovely.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Well, I'm a creature of habit. I just ended one of those recently. No more cigarettes for me.hf

Last Edited by Jonny Blaze on 09/17/2013 10:28 AM
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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I wonder if the holes are for the helmets somehow. It seemed like in alot of the stonework the people wore weird shaped hats.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


that is a good point
some holes we know are for blood and nerves to go through which modern man does not possess
those are the holes in the elongated cowns with 25% more brain matter and 2 plates , front and back
the holes in the top of those skulls are different holes and the feeling is "mateing" , from those skulls in the video and the holes on the top may easily be for helmet enhances thus the 25% extra brain capacity not within the mated was compensated by use of helmet enhancer to increase self organizing thought/charge from our environment thus prompt ability to manipulate matter, to a degree
 Quoting: aether


transhumanism prototyperofl
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oh
i never noticed that
i see your point tounge
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morning aether and co.coffee4
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Good morning JB, everyone.

I was thinking about you yesterday afternoon.

Essentially, I allowed myself to accept that you would most likely not be returning to the thread, due your long absence.

I am happy to see I was wrong. And quite quickly as well.


Hope your Summer has been lovely.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


good morning
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Good morning JB, everyone.

I was thinking about you yesterday afternoon.

Essentially, I allowed myself to accept that you would most likely not be returning to the thread, due your long absence.

I am happy to see I was wrong. And quite quickly as well.


Hope your Summer has been lovely.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Well, I'm a creature of habit. I just ended one of those recently. No more cigarettes for me.hf
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


Me too. Very much.

Congrats.


Mark Twain holds my favorite smoking quote...

Quitting smoking was the easiest thing I ever did. I did it hundreds of times.

tounge
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Mark Twain holds my favorite smoking quote...

Quitting smoking was the easiest thing I ever did. I did it hundreds of times.

tounge
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Hah. There's truth to that. cheers

Not doing something should be easier than doing it though. It isn't, but it should be. It's a relentless struggle. But I think I have dismantled it. I'm somewhat clever at times.

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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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Mark Twain holds my favorite smoking quote...

Quitting smoking was the easiest thing I ever did. I did it hundreds of times.

tounge
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Hah. There's truth to that. cheers

Not doing something should be easier than doing it though. It isn't, but it should be. It's a relentless struggle. But I think I have dismantled it. I'm somewhat clever at times.

alien16
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Wonderful.

Getting a handle around our own perceived vices is often a battle with ones Self.

One desires. Especially, if readily available.


Essentially, teaching oneself to 'hate' that which one once 'loved'.

If you will...
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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I was thinking it goes back to the pladeas...bad spelling im sure. But I was certain ancestor was smiling. But only aether can confirm. Im still learning her feelings;-) she always said I lacked confidence in myself.
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Good old legs eleven, artemis is one hell of a shot

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Pléiade, La, French post-Renaissance literary movement. Under this title, which refers to the constellation of the Pleiades, seven poets from the Alexandrian period (the reign of Ptolemy II) are gathered together. The title had been used before, by two successive groups of poets from Toulouse at the beginning of the 14th century, but it is usually applied to the seven writers assembled in 1553 by Pierre de Ronsard, who coined the term in 1556: besides himself, they were Joachim du Bellay, Pontus de Tynard, Jean-Antoine de Baïf, Guillaume Desautels, Etienne Jodelle, and Jean de La Péruse. Their common aim was to promote the use of classical traditions by means of translations and the common use of the French language as an alternative to the archaic Latin tradition. This aim was expressed in 1549 by Du Bellay's Defence et Illustration de la Langue Françoise (The Defence and Illustration of the French Language, 1939). The group were apt to imitate Greek, Latin, and Italian poets, and favoured both the sonnet form and the alexandrine. The latter was to become the main metric form in 17th-century poetry and theatre. Whilst the members of the movement were not primarily innovators, they nevertheless articulated existing but confused attempts towards a new literature, thus providing the foundations of French Classicism.
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Toulouse was the capital of the former province of Languedoc. Language of Oc. The Oc Country.
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I was thinking it goes back to the pladeas...bad spelling im sure. But I was certain ancestor was smiling. But only aether can confirm. Im still learning her feelings;-) she always said I lacked confidence in myself.
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Good old legs eleven, artemis is one hell of a shot

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Pléiade, La, French post-Renaissance literary movement. Under this title, which refers to the constellation of the Pleiades, seven poets from the Alexandrian period (the reign of Ptolemy II) are gathered together. The title had been used before, by two successive groups of poets from Toulouse at the beginning of the 14th century, but it is usually applied to the seven writers assembled in 1553 by Pierre de Ronsard, who coined the term in 1556: besides himself, they were Joachim du Bellay, Pontus de Tynard, Jean-Antoine de Baïf, Guillaume Desautels, Etienne Jodelle, and Jean de La Péruse. Their common aim was to promote the use of classical traditions by means of translations and the common use of the French language as an alternative to the archaic Latin tradition. This aim was expressed in 1549 by Du Bellay's Defence et Illustration de la Langue Françoise (The Defence and Illustration of the French Language, 1939). The group were apt to imitate Greek, Latin, and Italian poets, and favoured both the sonnet form and the alexandrine. The latter was to become the main metric form in 17th-century poetry and theatre. Whilst the members of the movement were not primarily innovators, they nevertheless articulated existing but confused attempts towards a new literature, thus providing the foundations of French Classicism.
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Toulouse was the capital of the former province of Languedoc. Language of Oc. The Oc Country.
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toulouse is the airport i was thinking of utilizing when i go to landuedoc the "right way" , rememebring i have stayed away since 1981 when the priory first becmae known to me

i like that /z\
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funny how it is always a valley tounge

valley of god Rennes-le-Chateau
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I was thinking it goes back to the pladeas...bad spelling im sure. But I was certain ancestor was smiling. But only aether can confirm. Im still learning her feelings;-) she always said I lacked confidence in myself.
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Good old legs eleven, artemis is one hell of a shot

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Pléiade, La, French post-Renaissance literary movement. Under this title, which refers to the constellation of the Pleiades, seven poets from the Alexandrian period (the reign of Ptolemy II) are gathered together. The title had been used before, by two successive groups of poets from Toulouse at the beginning of the 14th century, but it is usually applied to the seven writers assembled in 1553 by Pierre de Ronsard, who coined the term in 1556: besides himself, they were Joachim du Bellay, Pontus de Tynard, Jean-Antoine de Baïf, Guillaume Desautels, Etienne Jodelle, and Jean de La Péruse. Their common aim was to promote the use of classical traditions by means of translations and the common use of the French language as an alternative to the archaic Latin tradition. This aim was expressed in 1549 by Du Bellay's Defence et Illustration de la Langue Françoise (The Defence and Illustration of the French Language, 1939). The group were apt to imitate Greek, Latin, and Italian poets, and favoured both the sonnet form and the alexandrine. The latter was to become the main metric form in 17th-century poetry and theatre. Whilst the members of the movement were not primarily innovators, they nevertheless articulated existing but confused attempts towards a new literature, thus providing the foundations of French Classicism.
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Toulouse was the capital of the former province of Languedoc. Language of Oc. The Oc Country.
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toulouse is the airport i was thinking of utilizing when i go to landuedoc the "right way" , rememebring i have stayed away since 1981 when the priory first becmae known to me

i like that /z\
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Seems good right of way to hit east and west. Still wanting to see the Cross of Hendaye. Even down into Barcelona, for some Catalan input, through Narbonne. Would be quite a sweep of Oc.
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Seems good right of way to hit east and west. Still wanting to see the Cross of Hendaye. Even down into Barcelona, for some Catalan input, through Narbonne. Would be quite a sweep of Oc.
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oh

goodness me



that is how the tribes see it cos their thoughts are indiginous
thought from the east do not see it , this we know
thought from the west does see it , this we know
thus we have 3 of the 4 not at war
thus far
 Quoting: aether


it resoloves the "issue" with the other 3

wow

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