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Jonny Blaze

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Ross Perot is in the news again. We were born in the same town.

The town that dreaded sundown. Maybe I should read his new book.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


texarkana, texas ?
 Quoting: aether


Yep. T-town.
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immersed in altered state geometry of unknown design for judaic christian thought structure prompts unusual sensations within sensitive people at the location

The strategic position of Texarkana is the keynote to its history and development. The Great Southwest Trail, for hundreds of years the main line of travel from Indian villages of the Mississippi River country to those of the South and West, passed by a Caddo Indian village on the site that later became Texarkana. Seventy Indian mounds, reminders of Caddo occupation and culture, are within a radius of thirty miles of Texarkana.
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The Caddo are thought to be an extension of Woodland period peoples, the Fourche Maline culture and Mossy Grove cultures who were living in the area of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas between 200 BCE to 800 CE
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Woodland period


The Woodland period of North American pre-Columbian cultures was from roughly 1000 BCE to 1000 CE in the eastern part of North America
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Yeah. The Caddo Indians. Much of my childhood was spent wandering the miles and miles of woods behind my house. Sometimes alone. Sometimes with friends. Many great adventures were had in those woods...and many wars between neighborhood factions. Kids dressed up in full camouflage and plastic guns with the absolute assurance that our tactics would prevail.
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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Archaeological investigations in the area have determined that the Belcher Phase began about 1400 and existed until 1600 CE. During its beginning, Belcher culture probably overlapped and coexisted with Bossier culture. Its neighbors were the Texarkana Phase on the Red River northwest of Texarkana, Texas and the McCurtain Phase even further upstream. Belcher Phase sites are found from Fulton, Arkansas to just below Shreveport
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Yeah. The Caddo Indians. Much of my childhood was spent wandering the miles and miles of woods behind my house. Sometimes alone. Sometimes with friends. Many great adventures were had in those woods...and many wars between neighborhood factions. Kids dressed up in full camouflage and plastic guns with the absolute assurance that our tactics would prevail.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


i did the same as a kid, we all did, re enacted the noble role of battle in the current costumes of the day

everyone was pleased we were normal to do so

society then expected us to stop when we became a little older and only utilize our fighting skills when our government ordered us to fight

funny that, being born into a society structured to fight
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the geometry of the mounds reflect a different social structure

Contrary to popular conception, there is no evidence that societies relied primarily on barter before using money for trade. Instead, non-monetary societies operated largely along the principles of gift economics, and in more complex economies, on debt. When barter did in fact occur, it was usually between either complete strangers or would-be enemies
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

According to the Cheyenne of North America the original race roamed naked, innocent and free, enjoying the natural abundance of an eternal spring. What followed, however, was an age of flood, war, and famine.

The Caribs of Surinam have a poignant memory of this fortunate epoch. "In a time long past, so long past that even the grandmothers of our grandmothers were not yet born," they say, "the world was quite other than what it is today: the trees were forever in fruit; the animals lived in perfect harmony, and the little agouti played fearlessly with the beard of the jaguar "

The South American Indians of Gran Chaco and Amazonia recall this as the Happy Place, where work was unknown because the fields produced abundance of their own accord.

The Hopi Indians proclaim that in the earliest time they were a marvelously contented race, at peace with their brothers. They knew nothing of sickness or conflict, and all things were provided by Mother Earth without any requirement of labor.
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Yeah. The Caddo Indians. Much of my childhood was spent wandering the miles and miles of woods behind my house. Sometimes alone. Sometimes with friends. Many great adventures were had in those woods...and many wars between neighborhood factions. Kids dressed up in full camouflage and plastic guns with the absolute assurance that our tactics would prevail.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


i did the same as a kid, we all did, re enacted the noble role of battle in the current costumes of the day

everyone was pleased we were normal to do so

society then expected us to stop when we became a little older and only utilize our fighting skills when our government ordered us to fight

funny that, being born into a society structured to fight
 Quoting: aether


True. But I see it more as a society structured to obey. We are natural fighters. The government trains us to be benign enough to obey; but when true war breaks out they suddenly want to train us to unleash the beast within us.

In times of 'peace' they fail to keep us totally benign. So they invent perceived social issues to keep us aimed at one another. In times of 'war' they simply pull the cultural social differences from the facade and place it out front. Then they let us unleash our frustration with them on another peoples equally frustrated with their own government.

It's a clever game. I don't understand why they want to end it so soon. Global government is just a bubble that will unavoidable grow and pop without a perceived outside culture to focus our dissatisfaction on.

That is, as long as petty tyrants stand at the pinnacle of perceived power...or as long as we continue to fail to understand that we are at war within ourselves.
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.
Jonny Blaze

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the geometry of the mounds reflect a different social structure

Contrary to popular conception, there is no evidence that societies relied primarily on barter before using money for trade. Instead, non-monetary societies operated largely along the principles of gift economics, and in more complex economies, on debt. When barter did in fact occur, it was usually between either complete strangers or would-be enemies
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

According to the Cheyenne of North America the original race roamed naked, innocent and free, enjoying the natural abundance of an eternal spring. What followed, however, was an age of flood, war, and famine.

The Caribs of Surinam have a poignant memory of this fortunate epoch. "In a time long past, so long past that even the grandmothers of our grandmothers were not yet born," they say, "the world was quite other than what it is today: the trees were forever in fruit; the animals lived in perfect harmony, and the little agouti played fearlessly with the beard of the jaguar "

The South American Indians of Gran Chaco and Amazonia recall this as the Happy Place, where work was unknown because the fields produced abundance of their own accord.

The Hopi Indians proclaim that in the earliest time they were a marvelously contented race, at peace with their brothers. They knew nothing of sickness or conflict, and all things were provided by Mother Earth without any requirement of labor.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


Yes...just before the phantoms arrived and turned the golden eagle black as night.

Last Edited by Jonny Blaze on 10/01/2012 09:57 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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Yeah. The Caddo Indians. Much of my childhood was spent wandering the miles and miles of woods behind my house. Sometimes alone. Sometimes with friends. Many great adventures were had in those woods...and many wars between neighborhood factions. Kids dressed up in full camouflage and plastic guns with the absolute assurance that our tactics would prevail.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


i did the same as a kid, we all did, re enacted the noble role of battle in the current costumes of the day

everyone was pleased we were normal to do so

society then expected us to stop when we became a little older and only utilize our fighting skills when our government ordered us to fight

funny that, being born into a society structured to fight
 Quoting: aether


True. But I see it more as a society structured to obey. We are natural fighters. The government trains us to be benign enough to obey; but when true war breaks out they suddenly want to train us to unleash the beast within us.

In times of 'peace' they fail to keep us totally benign. So they invent perceived social issues to keep us aimed at one another. In times of 'war' they simply pull the cultural social differences from the facade and place it out front. Then they let us unleash our frustration with them on another peoples equally frustrated with their own government.

It's a clever game. I don't understand why they want to end it so soon. Global government is just a bubble that will unavoidable grow and pop without a perceived outside culture to focus our dissatisfaction on.

That is, as long as petty tyrants stand at the pinnacle of perceived power...or as long as we continue to fail to understand that we are at war within ourselves.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


good summantion
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Yes...just before the phantoms arrived and turned the golden eagle black as night.
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what we have discovered is that it was our gods in heaven that simultaneously prompted us to fight, by their example, as they provided us with a new environment to fight within

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Yes...just before the phantoms arrived and turned the golden eagle black as night.
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what we have discovered is that it was our gods in heaven that simultaneously prompted us to fight, by their example, as they provided us with a new environment to fight within
 Quoting: aether


we have by our own discovery discovered how to provide everything our lifestyle requires without work or fight

but

is that what our gods desire is the current debate of our belief leadership whom have found themselves leading humanity in this questionable era

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Yes...just before the phantoms arrived and turned the golden eagle black as night.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


what we have discovered is that it was our gods in heaven that simultaneously prompted us to fight, by their example, as they provided us with a new environment to fight within
 Quoting: aether


we have by our own discovery discovered how to provide everything our lifestyle requires without work or fight

but

is that what our gods desire is the current debate of our belief leadership whom have found themselves leading humanity in this questionable era
 Quoting: aether


We have so much time to develop our spirit. Technology has given us this extra time.

Yet the masses are conditioning themselves to fill this time with entertainment and superficial indulgence.

I suppose one could make the point that focusing all our attention (as was done in previous era's) on basic survival needs develops spiritual growth and the exercise of intent in an efficient manner.

But it has led us to today. So to regress back to the point of basic struggles for food and shelter may bring back a semblance of that spiritual connection.

But is this truly moving forward? I say if the masses want to be entertained...those who have the gifts to entertain should give them a show they will not easily forget.
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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As Mat Cauthon would say...'It's time to roll the dice..."
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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Yeah. The Caddo Indians. Much of my childhood was spent wandering the miles and miles of woods behind my house. Sometimes alone. Sometimes with friends. Many great adventures were had in those woods...and many wars between neighborhood factions. Kids dressed up in full camouflage and plastic guns with the absolute assurance that our tactics would prevail.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


i did the same as a kid, we all did, re enacted the noble role of battle in the current costumes of the day

everyone was pleased we were normal to do so

society then expected us to stop when we became a little older and only utilize our fighting skills when our government ordered us to fight

funny that, being born into a society structured to fight
 Quoting: aether


True. But I see it more as a society structured to obey. We are natural fighters. The government trains us to be benign enough to obey; but when true war breaks out they suddenly want to train us to unleash the beast within us.

In times of 'peace' they fail to keep us totally benign. So they invent perceived social issues to keep us aimed at one another. In times of 'war' they simply pull the cultural social differences from the facade and place it out front. Then they let us unleash our frustration with them on another peoples equally frustrated with their own government.

It's a clever game. I don't understand why they want to end it so soon. Global government is just a bubble that will unavoidable grow and pop without a perceived outside culture to focus our dissatisfaction on.

That is, as long as petty tyrants stand at the pinnacle of perceived power...or as long as we continue to fail to understand that we are at war within ourselves.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


To toss in my too (S)cents. Fighting is created from stifled creative urge. The laying atop of one potential for another.

Artificial scarcity not only creates fear but a looping agenda that self justifies and frustrates. This creates the desired aggression and vector.
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Yes...just before the phantoms arrived and turned the golden eagle black as night.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


what we have discovered is that it was our gods in heaven that simultaneously prompted us to fight, by their example, as they provided us with a new environment to fight within
 Quoting: aether


we have by our own discovery discovered how to provide everything our lifestyle requires without work or fight

but

is that what our gods desire is the current debate of our belief leadership whom have found themselves leading humanity in this questionable era
 Quoting: aether


We have so much time to develop our spirit. Technology has given us this extra time.

Yet the masses are conditioning themselves to fill this time with entertainment and superficial indulgence.

I suppose one could make the point that focusing all our attention (as was done in previous era's) on basic survival needs develops spiritual growth and the exercise of intent in an efficient manner.

But it has led us to today. So to regress back to the point of basic struggles for food and shelter may bring back a semblance of that spiritual connection.

But is this truly moving forward? I say if the masses want to be entertained...those who have the gifts to entertain should give them a show they will not easily forget.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


exactly passive entertainment over active creation. It evolves the conciousness in a veal cage.

Circum et panem.
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Yeah. The Caddo Indians. Much of my childhood was spent wandering the miles and miles of woods behind my house. Sometimes alone. Sometimes with friends. Many great adventures were had in those woods...and many wars between neighborhood factions. Kids dressed up in full camouflage and plastic guns with the absolute assurance that our tactics would prevail.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


i did the same as a kid, we all did, re enacted the noble role of battle in the current costumes of the day

everyone was pleased we were normal to do so

society then expected us to stop when we became a little older and only utilize our fighting skills when our government ordered us to fight

funny that, being born into a society structured to fight
 Quoting: aether


True. But I see it more as a society structured to obey. We are natural fighters. The government trains us to be benign enough to obey; but when true war breaks out they suddenly want to train us to unleash the beast within us.

In times of 'peace' they fail to keep us totally benign. So they invent perceived social issues to keep us aimed at one another. In times of 'war' they simply pull the cultural social differences from the facade and place it out front. Then they let us unleash our frustration with them on another peoples equally frustrated with their own government.

It's a clever game. I don't understand why they want to end it so soon. Global government is just a bubble that will unavoidable grow and pop without a perceived outside culture to focus our dissatisfaction on.

That is, as long as petty tyrants stand at the pinnacle of perceived power...or as long as we continue to fail to understand that we are at war within ourselves.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


To toss in my too (S)cents. Fighting is created from stifled creative urge. The laying atop of one potential for another.

Artificial scarcity not only creates fear but a looping agenda that self justifies and frustrates. This creates the desired aggression and vector.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


True. I would add that artificial scarcity is not so artificial when applied to the average mortal man trapped in his own perceptions while discarding the possibility of his unavoidable and perhaps imminent encounter with death.
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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motive

people require the motive that motivates their senses outside of their traditional motivational sense and it needs to be practical . as in:
redefinition of both people and their environment (universe) people are people within

nothing less will satisfy expectation because we possess nothing within our past that satisfies our present expectation

rockon

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As Mat Cauthon would say...'It's time to roll the dice..."
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Oh shit. Talk about synchronicity.

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"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

We do not Die, We Awaken to the Dream that We Lived.
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i did the same as a kid, we all did, re enacted the noble role of battle in the current costumes of the day

everyone was pleased we were normal to do so

society then expected us to stop when we became a little older and only utilize our fighting skills when our government ordered us to fight

funny that, being born into a society structured to fight
 Quoting: aether


True. But I see it more as a society structured to obey. We are natural fighters. The government trains us to be benign enough to obey; but when true war breaks out they suddenly want to train us to unleash the beast within us.

In times of 'peace' they fail to keep us totally benign. So they invent perceived social issues to keep us aimed at one another. In times of 'war' they simply pull the cultural social differences from the facade and place it out front. Then they let us unleash our frustration with them on another peoples equally frustrated with their own government.

It's a clever game. I don't understand why they want to end it so soon. Global government is just a bubble that will unavoidable grow and pop without a perceived outside culture to focus our dissatisfaction on.

That is, as long as petty tyrants stand at the pinnacle of perceived power...or as long as we continue to fail to understand that we are at war within ourselves.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


To toss in my too (S)cents. Fighting is created from stifled creative urge. The laying atop of one potential for another.

Artificial scarcity not only creates fear but a looping agenda that self justifies and frustrates. This creates the desired aggression and vector.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


True. I would add that artificial scarcity is not so artificial when applied to the average mortal man trapped in his own perceptions while discarding the possibility of his unavoidable and perhaps imminent encounter with death.
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


And oddly enough our epicurean society has created an aversion to death over all else.

Imo, making truth a pale agenda second to survival. Rather Ironic since it is unavoidable.

But, it quite glaringly shows us the agenda inside of this Bedlam.
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As Mat Cauthon would say...'It's time to roll the dice..."
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


Oh shit. Talk about synchronicity.

Thread: Ta'veren - a person around whom the Pattern of the World structures itself
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


My favorite character from the greatest story ever told.

[link to wot.wikia.com]
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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As Mat Cauthon would say...'It's time to roll the dice..."
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


Oh shit. Talk about synchronicity.

Thread: Ta'veren - a person around whom the Pattern of the World structures itself
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


My favorite character from the greatest story ever told.

[link to wot.wikia.com]
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


Rand was/is mine. Matt was/is my second favorite of the main characters.
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

We do not Die, We Awaken to the Dream that We Lived.
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Matt was/is my second favorite of the main characters.
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Interesting, I was just outside and kept hearing Maat...

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As Mat Cauthon would say...'It's time to roll the dice..."
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


Oh shit. Talk about synchronicity.

Thread: Ta'veren - a person around whom the Pattern of the World structures itself
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


My favorite character from the greatest story ever told.

[link to wot.wikia.com]
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


Rand was/is mine. Matt was/is my second favorite of the main characters.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Exactly the reverse for me. How fitting. ;)
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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Matt was/is my second favorite of the main characters.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Interesting, I was just outside and kept hearing Maat...

tounge
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drevil
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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Matt was/is my second favorite of the main characters.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Interesting, I was just outside and kept hearing Maat...

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


you would

the guys are reviving zoroaster in the best and oldest story
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

maat symbolizes information zoroaster utilized as best he could at that time
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Matt was/is my second favorite of the main characters.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Interesting, I was just outside and kept hearing Maat...

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


you would

the guys are reviving zoroaster in the best and oldest story
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

maat symbolizes information zoroaster utilized as best he could at that time
 Quoting: aether



'Golden Camel'

damned


That only took 2 days...
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


My favorite character from the greatest story ever told.

[link to wot.wikia.com]
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


Rand was/is mine. Matt was/is my second favorite of the main characters.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Exactly the reverse for me. How fitting. ;)
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze


I thought so too when you said Matt was your favorite.

rockon
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

We do not Die, We Awaken to the Dream that We Lived.
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Matt was/is my second favorite of the main characters.
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Interesting, I was just outside and kept hearing Maat...

tounge
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you would

the guys are reviving zoroaster in the best and oldest story
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

maat symbolizes information zoroaster utilized as best he could at that time
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I need to fully look into him. It is a name that is constantly repeated.
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

We do not Die, We Awaken to the Dream that We Lived.
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Matt was/is my second favorite of the main characters.
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Interesting, I was just outside and kept hearing Maat...

tounge
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you would

the guys are reviving zoroaster in the best and oldest story
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

maat symbolizes information zoroaster utilized as best he could at that time
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'Golden Camel'

damned


That only took 2 days...
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What "regulates it" is our system of measurement: meters and seconds. These are calibrated against electromagnetic forces (light) and so by definition light's local speed is exactly the same everywhere. The constancy of light speed is not an experimental fact but a useful protocol that agrees with previous historical measurement protocols such as the standard meter (a collection of atoms held together by electromagnetic forces) and the "ticking" of the clock in the human brain (also controlled by electro-chemical forces).
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swinger you getting what language nasa is talking to us in now


OK, they are crossing genres. About time. Also, whether intended or not, they are using some very interesting keywords.

E/M forces is LIGHT. Wow...is that a direct quote?

What are the 'forces' of E/M? Charge and Field

This is crazy. They are speaking exactly 'our language'. No particles of light are mentioned. No 'photons'. Amazingly, they mention spatial and temporal effects do to the speed of light being a constant. Basically, light's constancy allows stability in the spatial dimension, as well as temporal! The constant of light (E/M forces) allows the stability within a collection of atoms to remain cohesive. Perhaps if light (E/M forces) fluctuated, then sometimes the atoms would lose cohesion, and sometimes they would collapse into themselves. LIGHT's constancy prevents this!

Now, put that same general concept into the electro-chemical signatures of the human brain. If Light wasn't a constant, I do not see how a brain could function properly, as the electric signals the brain sends and receives would fluctuate. Wow, that's a scary thought.

The language they are speaking is more 'pure', IMO.
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well swinger their statement has been sitting for 48 hours and 0 reply to it
it seems to confound reply from everyone other than you
so you know 1rof1
i suggest we do nothing and allow nasa `s information take effect within those whom it appears to have struck dumb rockon
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well swinger the 3 day feedback "rule" has expired and you are the only reply nasa received thus as you confirmed
it is true


note
in my experience of 2 years direct contact to nasa this is the first comment of theirs never to be answered other than by you

so you know

impressed alien03
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tounge

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"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

We do not Die, We Awaken to the Dream that We Lived.
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i know
we are not faith based
if nothing practical happens (no feedback), that to tells us something

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