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well the reason it is weird is to be a politician you have to want to never tell the truth for reaons that feel good for you doing so
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Some people I know would laugh at anarchy being used in this context.
I guess that is where looking at past history would be a good thing to see what not to do.
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yes, the reason given for always lie is this
whatever you tell your people your "enemy" will hear thus you only tell your people what you want your enemy to hear
this is the tradional culture of politics thus there is no truth by design there is only propaganda by national security law
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An interesting article on propaganda

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You do know it relates to metatron?
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Im done, cold shower is calling
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And here come the fishing threads.

Like clockwork...

lol.


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awsomeness ltana


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just posted this on metatron phi 222 thread.
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lovley blitz thumbs
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Wf, look at 9min24sec in video
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just posted this on metatron phi 222 thread.
 Quoting: Blitz the storm-striker




lovley blitz thumbs
 Quoting: aether


Wf, look at 9min24sec in video
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forgot you can't see videos.

I can't see the whole map but it is spiral that has different elements on the spiral in octave categories.

-----helium
1.lithium
2.berylium
3.boron
4.carbon ---------above this line is 4th octave. below is 5th
5.nitrogen
6.oxygen
7.fluorine
------neon
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so i get a call to ask me out for lunch tomorrow and i am given 3 names of restraunts to look up on the net and choose which i like the look of as i say
you know i`m vegetarian now
well
complete disbelief on the other end of the phone , nearly a row and it seems tomorrow there will be determination to want me to eat meat 1rof1

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The moment when perception of 'foundational permanence' changes.

To the point of no longer believing one own eyes. Her response is one of fear and confusion.


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The moment when perception of 'foundational permanence' changes.

To the point of no longer believing one own eyes. Her response is one of fear and confusion.


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that is so sweet, i like that mom and dad
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The moment when perception of 'foundational permanence' changes.

To the point of no longer believing one own eyes. Her response is one of fear and confusion.


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that is so sweet, i like that mom and dad
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Why is it so noticeable when someone gets a haircut? How about drastic change 'hairdo'.

The way we incorporate the 'new look' into memory, is similar to her reaction, but without the crying.

Unless the 'hair cut' is really bad.

lol.


For her, it became moments of 'this dad' is not 'My dad'. And then having to be then coaxed by her parents that he was indeed, still her father.
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The moment when perception of 'foundational permanence' changes.

To the point of no longer believing one own eyes. Her response is one of fear and confusion.


[link to www.youtube.com]
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that is so sweet, i like that mom and dad
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Why is it so noticeable when someone gets a haircut? How about drastic change 'hairdo'.

The way we incorporate the 'new look' into memory, is similar to her reaction, but without the crying.

Unless the 'hair cut' is really bad.

lol.


For her, it became moments of 'this dad' is not 'My dad'. And then having to be then coaxed by her parents that he was indeed, still her father.
 Quoting: Seer777


yes , i guess because we generaly realy on our visual sense look is important
were she blind it may have been a texture thing but likley her sense of dad would not be noticable shaken because her other senses of feel including smell and voice tone would be her vital senses
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:)

I have been getting requests for the 'infinity ring' in copper and bronze. So I will being making rings for a bit.

Bbl.
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The conundrum



Maybe if everyone was telepathic in golden age then there would be no need for rulers.scratching
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:)

I have been getting requests for the 'infinity ring' in copper and bronze. So I will being making rings for a bit.

Bbl.
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cheer
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Quake kills 45 in Pakistan, creates new island in sea

A major earthquake hit a remote part of western Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people and prompting a new island to rise from the sea just off the country's southern coast.

Tremors were felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi, hundreds of miles to the east, where buildings shook, as well as the sprawling port city of Karachi in Pakistan.

The United States Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck 145 miles southeast of Dalbandin in Pakistan's quake-prone province of Baluchistan, which borders Iran.

The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters (yards) off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline in the Arabian Sea.

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Quake kills 45 in Pakistan, creates new island in sea

A major earthquake hit a remote part of western Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people and prompting a new island to rise from the sea just off the country's southern coast.

Tremors were felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi, hundreds of miles to the east, where buildings shook, as well as the sprawling port city of Karachi in Pakistan.

The United States Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck 145 miles southeast of Dalbandin in Pakistan's quake-prone province of Baluchistan, which borders Iran.

The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters (yards) off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline in the Arabian Sea.

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yes , the peoples deaths is a tragedy but it is miraculous realy , i think, that gaia experienced that scale of quake with such minium loss of life
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Yes. Luckily, it occurred in a remote area.


The island rising is fascinating. Is this as large as it looks?

Did this occur in seconds? Minutes? Can you image watching this rise out of the Sea?


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Yes. Luckily, it occurred in a remote area.


The island rising is fascinating. Is this as large as it looks?

Did this occur in seconds? Minutes? Can you image watching this rise out of the Sea?


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I hope they get a better picture later of the island. That is wild.
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Yes. Luckily, it occurred in a remote area.


The island rising is fascinating. Is this as large as it looks?

Did this occur in seconds? Minutes? Can you image watching this rise out of the Sea?


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yes a few seconds, maybe a minute , is the feeling
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Yes. Luckily, it occurred in a remote area.


The island rising is fascinating. Is this as large as it looks?

Did this occur in seconds? Minutes? Can you image watching this rise out of the Sea?


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


I hope they get a better picture later of the island. That is wild.
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Agreed.

Is it just me or does it appeared to have risen straight up, instead of the Earth being buckled, shoved together, then pressed up that way...?
hmm


I found this vid...


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Agreed.

Is it just me or does it appeared to have risen straight up, instead of the Earth being buckled, shoved together, then pressed up that way...?
hmm


I found this vid...


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 Quoting: Seer777


Is that a reenactment when they show it coming up out of the water? I can't tell. It did look like it rose up with ripples rings around it.
The shape is interesting in the far away pic of the island.
Is this a valence band lessonhidingafro
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Agreed.

Is it just me or does it appeared to have risen straight up, instead of the Earth being buckled, shoved together, then pressed up that way...?
hmm


I found this vid...


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 Quoting: Seer777


yes if you remember suspicious observer is frequently showing us with the tsunami buoys arounf the world that our seafloor frequently rises straight up hundreds of feet in minutes with no disturbence you would have to experience were it buckling of plates
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Is that a reenactment when they show it coming up out of the water? I can't tell. It did look like it rose up with ripples rings around it.
The shape is interesting in the far away pic of the island.
Is this a valence band lessonhidingafro
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Yes. Computer generated. The front cover image is a bit misleading. I don't thing that belongs to the 'new island'.

The new island looks smooth.
A bit like, part of an egg above water.
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Is that a reenactment when they show it coming up out of the water? I can't tell. It did look like it rose up with ripples rings around it.
The shape is interesting in the far away pic of the island.
Is this a valence band lessonhidingafro
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yes , it is a form of it, electrical effect , includes weight change
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Earthquakes and Volcanoes

Lightning discharges in the atmosphere are familiar, but what about the ones underground?
[link to www.thunderbolts.info]

Underground lightning may cause earthquake and volcanic events

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Weight and measure imo
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Agreed.

Is it just me or does it appeared to have risen straight up, instead of the Earth being buckled, shoved together, then pressed up that way...?
hmm

 Quoting: Seer777


yes if you remember suspicious observer is frequently showing us with the tsunami buoys arounf the world that our seafloor frequently rises straight up hundreds of feet in minutes with no disturbence you would have to experience were it buckling of plates
 Quoting: aether


Seems the coast of Gwadar is 300km from the site of the earthquake.

I find that interesting as well.
[link to www.globalincidentmap.com]
hmm
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Agreed.

Is it just me or does it appeared to have risen straight up, instead of the Earth being buckled, shoved together, then pressed up that way...?
hmm

 Quoting: Seer777


yes if you remember suspicious observer is frequently showing us with the tsunami buoys arounf the world that our seafloor frequently rises straight up hundreds of feet in minutes with no disturbence you would have to experience were it buckling of plates
 Quoting: aether


Seems the coast of Gwadar is 300km from the site of the earthquake.

I find that interesting as well.
[link to www.globalincidentmap.com]
hmm
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remember we were always taught at school it was hot below the surface of gaia
look at this from 2007


Huge 'Ocean' Discovered Inside Earth
[link to www.livescience.com]

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