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X Marks the Spot

 
Seer777
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Utopos can only exist in connection ,not as a singular point.

3 in connection.

 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Appears the triangle has come back around...

hmm


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Whoa, aether...no wonder....we been tracing location but that is so construed because of the movements...wwe should be tracking language and food too
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yea, give that time to settlecool2
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Whoa, aether...no wonder....we been tracing location but that is so construed because of the movements...wwe should be tracking language and food too
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


yea, give that time to settlecool2
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yes
i don`t get that sequence, yet
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Whoa, aether...no wonder....we been tracing location but that is so construed because of the movements...wwe should be tracking language and food too
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


yea, give that time to settlecool2
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yes
i don`t get that sequence, yet
 Quoting: aether


funny thing just now aether...I opened an old map i had picked up somewhere in some shop. and I just opened it not long ago and was just looking at it. I saw native tribes in every single state in the united states...weird, how I never looked at just a native american tribe map beforetounge
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The thing is.....I don't even have to engage them at all. Its just their presence that affects me. Most of the time I can shrug it off. Other I can't and have to walk away :)
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Indeed.

Due to preconceived notions(memory) of past interactions, which slant and potentially taint all interaction with said in the Now.


:)
 Quoting: Seer777


This is why future presense is easier...or it is for me. Sorry for the change up...but it relates to travil
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


maybe that is why by nature i never hover in my past
i remember if i am prompted by my present
and i stay for always with that which i adore
but i am never prompted to return to the uncomfortable moments no matter who comfortable my present has become despite of them
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Whoa, aether...no wonder....we been tracing location but that is so construed because of the movements...wwe should be tracking language and food too
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


yea, give that time to settlecool2
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


yes
i don`t get that sequence, yet
 Quoting: aether


funny thing just now aether...I opened an old map i had picked up somewhere in some shop. and I just opened it not long ago and was just looking at it. I saw native tribes in every single state in the united states...weird, how I never looked at just a native american tribe map beforetounge
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oh
that feels lovely as you tell it

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yea, give that time to settlecool2
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yes
i don`t get that sequence, yet
 Quoting: aether


funny thing just now aether...I opened an old map i had picked up somewhere in some shop. and I just opened it not long ago and was just looking at it. I saw native tribes in every single state in the united states...weird, how I never looked at just a native american tribe map beforetounge
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


oh
that feels lovely as you tall it
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I'm still thinking F-ck...how come I never looked before?
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The thing is.....I don't even have to engage them at all. Its just their presence that affects me. Most of the time I can shrug it off. Other I can't and have to walk away :)
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Indeed.

Due to preconceived notions(memory) of past interactions, which slant and potentially taint all interaction with said in the Now.


:)
 Quoting: Seer777


This is why future presense is easier...or it is for me. Sorry for the change up...but it relates to travil
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


maybe that is why by nature i never hover in my past
i remember if i am prompted by my present
and i stay for always with that which i adore
but i am never prompted to return to the uncomfortable moments no matter who comfortable my present has become despite of them
 Quoting: aether



Memory yes, I seem to have a knack for forgetting.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


:)
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I'm still thinking F-ck...how come I never looked before?
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now you have done it the sensation enlivens where you see

is the phrase rockon

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Indeed.

Due to preconceived notions(memory) of past interactions, which slant and potentially taint all interaction with said in the Now.


:)
 Quoting: Seer777


This is why future presense is easier...or it is for me. Sorry for the change up...but it relates to travil
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


maybe that is why by nature i never hover in my past
i remember if i am prompted by my present
and i stay for always with that which i adore
but i am never prompted to return to the uncomfortable moments no matter who comfortable my present has become despite of them
 Quoting: aether



Memory yes, I seem to have a knack for forgetting.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


:)
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immune system
selective emotional recall tounge
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I'm still thinking F-ck...how come I never looked before?
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Perhaps you were never prompted by your environment to do so..until that is, this particular time.


On another note...

Are the Siletz Indians listed on the Central Oregon Coast?

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Memory yes, I seem to have a knack for forgetting.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


immune system
selective emotional recall tounge
 Quoting: aether


Yes.

Exactly.

For instance, something I read last night upset me greatly, and I had several minutes of feeling the need to 'throw my hands in the air' with frustration or even strike back.

Instead I resorted to the rolleyes and went on my way.


Directing my energy elsewhere...throwing seeds.

:)
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I'm still thinking F-ck...how come I never looked before?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


Perhaps you were never prompted by your environment to do so..until that is, this particular time.


On another note...

Are the Siletz Indians listed on the Central Oregon Coast?

SundogSB
 Quoting: Seer777


Oregon Coast

It is generally accepted that the first indigenous peoples arrived in the region around 11,000–13,000 years ago, likely drawn by the rich natural resources of the area. However, very little is known about these early peoples, as very few archeological sites exist from before 3500 years ago
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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I'm still thinking F-ck...how come I never looked before?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


Perhaps you were never prompted by your environment to do so..until that is, this particular time.


On another note...

Are the Siletz Indians listed on the Central Oregon Coast?

SundogSB
 Quoting: Seer777


Oregon Coast

It is generally accepted that the first indigenous peoples arrived in the region around 11,000–13,000 years ago, likely drawn by the rich natural resources of the area. However, very little is known about these early peoples, as very few archeological sites exist from before 3500 years ago
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: aether


So true.

A couple hours on the Bay and you can catch yourSelf a 5 gallon bucket, 2/3 full of fresh Dungeness crab.

Many kinds of shell fish available for the digging if that's your thing. I am not much of a fan of clams and such, but others are.

Last January during the storms enough 'firewood' washed up to provide for the entire year and into the next.


The Bay provides.

One just need to learn to harvest.

Teach a man to fish...



;)

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A GALLERY OF NORTHWEST PETROGLYPHS: SHAMANIC ART OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
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So true.

A couple hours on the Bay and you can catch yourSelf a 5 gallon bucket, 2/3 full of fresh Dungeness crab.

Many kinds of shell fish available for the digging if that's your thing. I am not much of a fan of clams and such, but others are.

Last January during the storms enough 'firewood' washed up to provide for the entire year and into the next.


The Bay provides.

One just need to learn to harvest.

Teach a man to fish...

;)
 Quoting: Seer777


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I'm still thinking F-ck...how come I never looked before?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


Perhaps you were never prompted by your environment to do so..until that is, this particular time.


On another note...

Are the Siletz Indians listed on the Central Oregon Coast?

:SundogSB:
 Quoting: Seer777


On the map they are north west upper region by the chinook and tili-amook tribes, central oregon coast are yakima tenino....kalapuya in central more center oregon...
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Seer, there are like 10 other tribes or peoples too...some i have not even known about...the names
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Are the Siletz Indians listed on the Central Oregon Coast?

 Quoting: Seer777


On the map they are north west upper region by the chinook and tili-amook tribes, central oregon coast are yakima tenino....kalapuya in central more center oregon...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


:)

Ever had Tillamook cheddar cheese?

It's delicious and their 'cheese curds' bring in tourists from all over the world.

[link to www.tillamook.com]


Thank you for checking.


hf

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No, i have not...but i see where food is comming into play...lol

Of course, we know the spellings will be different...hf
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Seer, there are like 10 other tribes or peoples too...some i have not even known about...the names
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


Yes. There are many different tribes here...


Interesting to note...

When I was in high school there was a young man whom was a year below me. He was a direct bloodline decedent of the Cowcreek Indian tribe.

The Cowcreek Indians have a very successful casino along the I-5 Interstate corridor and due to his connection to the tribe was given an 'allowance' when he turned 18, as was customary for all those decedents to receive profit from the casino.

When he turned 18, he was cut an immediate check for well over a million dollars and a monthly allowance in the 10's of thousands.

The first thing he did upon receiving his windfall, was to purchase a $40,000 pick-up and destroy it the same day...


I thought to myself...what a shame.

For when one receives that which one does not EARN, respect for such is not given.


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Seer, there are like 10 other tribes or peoples too...some i have not even known about...the names
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10755739


Yes. There are many different tribes here...


Interesting to note...

When I was in high school there was a young man whom was a year below me. He was a direct bloodline decedent of the Cowcreek Indian tribe.

The Cowcreek Indians have a very successful casino along the I-5 Interstate corridor and due to his connection to the tribe was given an 'allowance' when he turned 18, as was customary for all those decedents to receive profit from the casino.

When he turned 18, he was cut an immediate check for well over a million dollars and a monthly allowance in the 10's of thousands.

The first thing he did upon receiving his windfall, was to purchase a $40,000 pick-up and destroy it the same day...


I thought to myself...what a shame.

For when one receives that which one does not EARN, respect for such is not given.



hf


 Quoting: Seer777


40,000 dollar truck....mine is 11 years old this month...no truck payment for almost 8 years now at the end of the month...love it! Still looks good too...my father always said "pay yourself first".those wise words have kept me out of debt my whole life..i can only dream of what i could do for others with that kind of dough..
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40,000 dollar truck....mine is 11 years old this month...no truck payment for almost 8 years now at the end of the month...love it! Still looks good too...my father always said "pay yourself first".those wise words have kept me out of debt my whole life..

i can only dream of what i could do for others with that kind of dough..
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:)

Wise words indeed.


Yes, as that was my point of reference when analyzing the situation at 19.

To purposely destroy something of monetary value just because one CAN, seemed such a horrible waste in a world filled with genuine need.

Blasphemous...almost.


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Wow guys, fuck. Lots to share, no time to write.
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_Alive, therefore life itself.
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Wow guys, fuck. Lots to share, no time to write.
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should we get ready for incomming?
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Wow guys, fuck. Lots to share, no time to write.
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should we get ready for incomming?
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No time to make my mind clear to write it all down..
You should always get ready for incoming. :D
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Wow guys, fuck. Lots to share, no time to write.
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should we get ready for incomming?
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No time to make my mind clear to write it all down..
You should always get ready for incoming. :D
 Quoting: 1908247


I was/did/am...lol when I typed that I got a looooonnnngggg right ear tone. ;-) i got something ;-)
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The message for this hour.

"Light of the morning, light of noon, light of evening, the important thing is it to be Light."

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-You Hold Witness I Witness

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_Alive, therefore life itself.
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The message for this hour.

"Light of the morning, light of noon, light of evening, the important thing is it to be Light."
 Quoting: 1908247


perfect timing...
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The message for this hour.

"Light of the morning, light of noon, light of evening, the important thing is it to be Light."
 Quoting: 1908247


Has anyone noticed anything strange with light the last couple of days?

My house lights either keep getting brighter or dimmer and it seems to be related to what I'm thinking/feeling....and its very noticeable. We really are apart of the enviroment, I've never physically had such confirmation like this over such a prelonged period. Its kinda like haunting yourself...lol Anyone else?

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