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They say this statue is 40,000 years old which has me thinking about the megaliths.scratching

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 Quoting: Fancypantz


yes that lion figure is warmly alive and i`m not sure why

our ancestors tell us we will go back 40,000 + years in our discoveries within our noticeable future communicating with then
 Quoting: aether


oh yes , it was 40,000 years ago that our art exploded onto the scene
remember for ever before then our tools were universally simple before that time and never varied wherever we look upon gaia
but around 40,000 ago all of our tools began to become complex and diverse and have continued to do so up until this very day
was that a change in our conscious process that occurred prompting the need for us to discover new ways to express and support ourselves
did we go from empathic telepathic to limited in comparison abilities of emotional expression thus physical expression and gratification of our senses become acquired

how do you become stimulated when you no longer possess the emotional capacity to become stimulated as you always did

does pain then become an acquired pleasure to fill the void

i wonder
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Thanks aether. Sounds lovely. Nice day here too. I heard we have 6 more weeks of Winter left to contend with...

My friends just walked out the door to leave. It's been fun. Should be a rather quiet Sunday.

sun
 Quoting: Seer777


yes i think you have and same for us in europe to
a bite to it could be the expression
but
we have high hopes and plenty to look forwards to for the rest of our lives if we want to thus the coming weeks may be dull on the outside but i suggest they will be exciting on the inside

how is puppy
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oh i see
yes it will be a quiet sunday for you now i feel them go to
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Thanks aether. Sounds lovely. Nice day here too. I heard we have 6 more weeks of Winter left to contend with...

My friends just walked out the door to leave. It's been fun. Should be a rather quiet Sunday.

sun
 Quoting: Seer777


yes i think you have and same for us in europe to
a bite to it could be the expression
but
we have high hopes and plenty to look forwards to for the rest of our lives if we want to thus the coming weeks may be dull on the outside but i suggest they will be exciting on the inside

how is puppy
 Quoting: aether


He's good. Sitting next to me. Doing much better in regard to his behavior. He is a fast learner. Which is always nice.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Thanks aether. Sounds lovely. Nice day here too. I heard we have 6 more weeks of Winter left to contend with...

My friends just walked out the door to leave. It's been fun. Should be a rather quiet Sunday.

sun
 Quoting: Seer777


yes i think you have and same for us in europe to
a bite to it could be the expression
but
we have high hopes and plenty to look forwards to for the rest of our lives if we want to thus the coming weeks may be dull on the outside but i suggest they will be exciting on the inside

how is puppy
 Quoting: aether


He's good. Sitting next to me. Doing much better in regard to his behavior. He is a fast learner. Which is always nice.
 Quoting: Seer777


yes , he seems willing

sun
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[link to www.bradshawfoundation.com]

SO 40,000 years ago we went from hue-man beings to hu-man doing, inward to outward, fall in consciousness.

What caused the change Aether? do we know?
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oh i see
yes it will be a quiet sunday for you now i feel them go to
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It was fun. Played a lot of drinking games.

I think by the end of 6 days, everyone is a bit relieved it's over. lol.
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[link to www.bradshawfoundation.com]

SO 40,000 years ago we went from hue-man beings to hu-man doing, inward to outward, fall in consciousness.

What caused the change Aether? do we know?
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well, this is early stages of our connectivity with the matching of our discovery

we will see
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oh i see
yes it will be a quiet sunday for you now i feel them go to
 Quoting: aether


It was fun. Played a lot of drinking games.

I think by the end of 6 days, everyone is a bit relieved it's over. lol.
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haha
now that does feel it was fun
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hiya aether...hows it going?
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hey w/f , happy is the word

did you notice you tied fluorine directly to the origin of our cultural beliefs, brown dwarf history (saturn) thus providing irrevocable evidence for rewriting our past
plus
in utilizing fluorine you tied the electrical nature of our universe into the structure hence functions of ourselves

clever
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 Quoting: aether


Huh? Flourine is a byproduct of nuclear reaction. Think nuclear force(cohesion) and energetic effect.

Look at chlorine fluorine bromine iodine and their placement on the periodic table. Why? Reactivity and shell structure.


The chemical industry and electrolysis is a good place to see those elements in use. In most likelihood with catalytic metals.
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Good afternoon everyone.

Just wanted to share some pics from last night. What I call the 'Eye of Ra log' made a dramatic appearance along side the Moon after sunset. A heron gracing the middle of the log, which looked like an iris.

[link to i846.photobucket.com]
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[link to i846.photobucket.com]

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


good afternoon

beautiful

our moon is hanging large and low to the ground here as we speak
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Thanks aether. Sounds lovely. Nice day here too. I heard we have 6 more weeks of Winter left to contend with...

My friends just walked out the door to leave. It's been fun. Should be a rather quiet Sunday.

sun
 Quoting: Seer777


I uploaded a few photos of my dog so you can see him :)

:spike321::spike123:
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Thanks aether. Sounds lovely. Nice day here too. I heard we have 6 more weeks of Winter left to contend with...

My friends just walked out the door to leave. It's been fun. Should be a rather quiet Sunday.

sun
 Quoting: Seer777


I uploaded a few photos of my dog so you can see him :)

:spike321::spike123:
 Quoting: <<orbs>>


He cute. Got his lasers on too. :)

Yeah the pug and I had a moment together, and he seemingly instantly calmed down. I have only had to correct him thrice since yesterday with the spray bottle. And for things other than I mentioned yesterday.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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hiya aether...hows it going?
 Quoting: WF 5988559


hey w/f , happy is the word

did you notice you tied fluorine directly to the origin of our cultural beliefs, brown dwarf history (saturn) thus providing irrevocable evidence for rewriting our past
plus
in utilizing fluorine you tied the electrical nature of our universe into the structure hence functions of ourselves

clever
 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


Huh? Flourine is a byproduct of nuclear reaction. Think nuclear force(cohesion) and energetic effect.

Look at chlorine fluorine bromine iodine and their placement on the periodic table. Why? Reactivity and shell structure.


The chemical industry and electrolysis is a good place to see those elements in use. In most likelihood with catalytic metals.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39902384


yes we learned a lot about florine in 2011

However a little scepticism and further research is needed and the reason why is that life is hugely, (according to our expanding database of its forms and protocols), dependant on amino acids; they form the very building blocks of genetic structure. However it has been mooted by some astro biologists that in order for amino acids to be produced, there is a prerequisite chemical that must be present: Fluorine. This might not be seen as a major objection to the imaginings of life on other planets until worthy astrophysics informs us that Fluorine is only created in on or near the conditions that are only to be found, to the best of our knowledge, by dying brown dwarf stars. to summarize:............
 Quoting: observation

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Mine is a barker, noisy little bugger, he chases anything that flies, planes, birds, leaves blown in the wind, anything, barking like a loon and runs away all he time, I do not have the heart to snip him, I would hate someone to cut my balls off, so we put up with him, him and my youngest have a love affair going on, every morning before he goes to school he spends a good 10 15 minutes declaring his love for his dog kissing him and cuddling him, is very cute, he is only a year so is slowly getting calmer, yet we still can not let him off the lead, he see's something and bolts chasing it, then something else then something else next thing he is lost and I am walking through the woods screaming lol.
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hey w/f , happy is the word

did you notice you tied fluorine directly to the origin of our cultural beliefs, brown dwarf history (saturn) thus providing irrevocable evidence for rewriting our past
plus
in utilizing fluorine you tied the electrical nature of our universe into the structure hence functions of ourselves

clever
 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


Huh? Flourine is a byproduct of nuclear reaction. Think nuclear force(cohesion) and energetic effect.

Look at chlorine fluorine bromine iodine and their placement on the periodic table. Why? Reactivity and shell structure.


The chemical industry and electrolysis is a good place to see those elements in use. In most likelihood with catalytic metals.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39902384


yes we learned a lot about florine in 2011

However a little scepticism and further research is needed and the reason why is that life is hugely, (according to our expanding database of its forms and protocols), dependant on amino acids; they form the very building blocks of genetic structure. However it has been mooted by some astro biologists that in order for amino acids to be produced, there is a prerequisite chemical that must be present: Fluorine. This might not be seen as a major objection to the imaginings of life on other planets until worthy astrophysics informs us that Fluorine is only created in on or near the conditions that are only to be found, to the best of our knowledge, by dying brown dwarf stars. to summarize:............
 Quoting: observation

[link to old.richarddawkins.net]
 Quoting: aether


now in our electric universe brown dwarfs are not dying stars, the are the most common by far stars and all life, as we know it, begins within the radiance (cosmic egg) of a brown dwarf

It is now thought that there might be as many brown dwarfs as there are stars.
 Quoting: observation

[link to coolcosmos.ipac.caltech.edu]
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Good afternoon everyone.

Just wanted to share some pics from last night. What I call the 'Eye of Ra log' made a dramatic appearance along side the Moon after sunset. A heron gracing the middle of the log, which looked like an iris.

[link to i846.photobucket.com]
[link to i846.photobucket.com]
[link to i846.photobucket.com]
[link to i846.photobucket.com]

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


good afternoon

beautiful

our moon is hanging large and low to the ground here as we speak
 Quoting: aether


Thanks aether. Sounds lovely. Nice day here too. I heard we have 6 more weeks of Winter left to contend with...

My friends just walked out the door to leave. It's been fun. Should be a rather quiet Sunday.

sun
 Quoting: Seer777


I uploaded a few photos of my dog so you can see him :)

:spike321::spike123:
 Quoting: <<orbs>>


who is that feller on the mantel piece with the 60`s hair
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who is that feller on the mantel piece with the 60`s hair
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Hahaha, that was Calum with his hippie hair, about a year ago, he has cut it off now and has hair like this.

[link to encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com (secure)]

Me and mrs are really laughing at that comment, we begged him to cut that bloody hair, he looked like a tramp.
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Mine is a barker, noisy little bugger, he chases anything that flies, planes, birds, leaves blown in the wind, anything, barking like a loon and runs away all he time, I do not have the heart to snip him, I would hate someone to cut my balls off, so we put up with him, him and my youngest have a love affair going on, every morning before he goes to school he spends a good 10 15 minutes declaring his love for his dog kissing him and cuddling him, is very cute, he is only a year so is slowly getting calmer, yet we still can not let him off the lead, he see's something and bolts chasing it, then something else then something else next thing he is lost and I am walking through the woods screaming lol.
 Quoting: <<orbs>>


I don't think I would let him off the leash if I were you. Sound distressing and easily preventable.

Have you seen these? A Russian photographer and her children with animals. Truly magical.
[link to www.boredpanda.com]

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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According to the Saturn Polar Configuration theory, not more than 6,000 years ago our ancestors lived in a very different world, with a heavens in a different configuration than today. The planets were not far away from the Earth, but overhead, in conjunction above the North Pole. These planets were Saturn, Venus and Mars. Saturn was the primary orb, and was originally not a planet, but a sub-brown dwarf star. This is perhaps one of the most difficult details to wrap our heads around, but as we will see, there is much more to bend our minds.

At this point, many people give up. This is why this story has not hit the mainstream. The implications are so great and the alternative scenario so at odds with our conventional view, that taking the leap and opening our minds to the possibility is going against the matrix. This matrix is the web of our current beliefs, which can be seen as either creating coherence for us, or imprisoning us in a falsehood. In this case, I believe we are holding onto an erroneous understanding and need to revise theories that have existed for centuries.
 Quoting: observation

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Mine is a barker, noisy little bugger, he chases anything that flies, planes, birds, leaves blown in the wind, anything, barking like a loon and runs away all he time, I do not have the heart to snip him, I would hate someone to cut my balls off, so we put up with him, him and my youngest have a love affair going on, every morning before he goes to school he spends a good 10 15 minutes declaring his love for his dog kissing him and cuddling him, is very cute, he is only a year so is slowly getting calmer, yet we still can not let him off the lead, he see's something and bolts chasing it, then something else then something else next thing he is lost and I am walking through the woods screaming lol.
 Quoting: <<orbs>>


I don't think I would let him off the leash if I were you. Sound distressing and easily preventable.

Have you seen these? A Russian photographer and her children with animals. Truly magical.
[link to www.boredpanda.com]

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Yeah other half is on FB all the time so she gets lots of stuff like that, they are lovely aren't they.

I don't let him off, yet I feel loads of guilt, all he wants to do is run, I use a really long rope so he gets a bit of running, when I used to live in spain all the parks had these huge fenced of areas with sand in them that the owners would just let the dogs run around in and the council would come and rake them out, we need something like that here.
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War always unleashes mass amounts of energy and its byproducts.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Saturn was our original sun, a sub-brown dwarf star that enveloped the Earth and Mars in a protective plasma sheath. In mainstream science it is becoming clear that brown dwarf stars are everywhere in the universe, and that they may be the prime incubators for planets Ė the perfect medium for life to evolve. When observed through telescopes, these stars appear larger than they really are due to the encompassing plasma sheath being seen in its entirety, hiding the small solar system within. This plasma sheath is similar to our current sunís transparent heliosphere, but nearly opaque.
 Quoting: observation

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Weather-Mapping a Brown Dwarf

Just a few weeks ago, we reported one team's weather report for Luhman 16B, one of a newly discovered pair of brown dwarfs just 6.6 light-years from Earth. The team's observations showed a gargantuan version of the Giant Red Spot covering between 15% and 25% of the brown dwarf's visible surface.

Now two more teams are reporting additional observations, with one actually mapping out the weather patterns on the brown dwarf's visible surface. .........
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]

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War always unleashes mass amounts of energy and its byproducts.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Cheers
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that is an interesting location which we remote viewed 2010 from great height because of the emotional conditions upon the ground caused by the cosmic upheavals
it was the first and only time we were viewing from the plasma formations within the sky
whoa, i still remember it
i was not as empathic then and it was not a sensitivity to my senses staying at great height
very sad the whole thing
indus valley culture went to

not sure i`m ready for that tonight, to emotional
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War always unleashes mass amounts of energy and its byproducts.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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hi

Could you elaborate on by products please :)
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War always unleashes mass amounts of energy and its byproducts.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Cheers
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that is an interesting location which we remote viewed 2010 from great height because of the emotional conditions upon the ground caused by the cosmic upheavals
it was the first and only time we were viewing from the plasma formations within the sky
whoa, i still remember it
i was not as empathic then and it was not a sensitivity to my senses staying at great height
very sad the whole thing
indus valley culture went to

not sure i`m ready for that tonight, to emotional
 Quoting: aether


Then by association. How do we put together mohenjo daro. The tripartite triangle of Brahma Vishnu Shiva. Puma Punku. Mass displacement into the levant and europe. Nuclear properties of white gold.

Top mining and the copper trade theorized to tie the mound cultures to egypt, again tied to the levant through the Kelts and the flourishing of gnosticism, stoicism and of course the binding of these disparate elements in the movement from hellenization to romanization.
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The outernet cool2

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Man eats their artists. Or watches as they consume themselves...

Cheers.
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Philip Seymour Hoffman, 46, looked worn out during last public appearance... just two weeks before being found dead with 'needle in his arm'

Philip Seymour Hoffman didn't look like the picture of health during his last public appearance.

Just two weeks before dying from an apparent drug overdose on Sunday at the age of 46, the Oscar-winning actor attended the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on January 19 to promote his new films A Most Wanted Man and God's Pocket.

With a five o'clock shadow and pale complexion, the New York resident appeared worn out.

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War always unleashes mass amounts of energy and its byproducts.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Cheers
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that is an interesting location which we remote viewed 2010 from great height because of the emotional conditions upon the ground caused by the cosmic upheavals
it was the first and only time we were viewing from the plasma formations within the sky
whoa, i still remember it
i was not as empathic then and it was not a sensitivity to my senses staying at great height
very sad the whole thing
indus valley culture went to

not sure i`m ready for that tonight, to emotional
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Then by association. How do we put together mohenjo daro. The tripartite triangle of Brahma Vishnu Shiva. Puma Punku. Mass displacement into the levant and europe. Nuclear properties of white gold.

Top mining and the copper trade theorized to tie the mound cultures to egypt, again tied to the levant through the Kelts and the flourishing of gnosticism, stoicism and of course the binding of these disparate elements in the movement from hellenization to romanization.
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this is what we are loosely working with:

The story of the sudden decline of civilization is repeated over and over, all following shortly after three dates -- 2400 BC, 1500 BC and 800 BC -- for one locality after another: in Greece, in the Middle East, in India, in China, in Mesoamerica, and in South America. This is especially true for the 8th and 7th century BC when some 300 cities in the Middle East were destroyed by earthquakes and fire. These incidents were better remembered. I will return to the 8th and 7th century BC later. The current topic is the era of 1500 to 1400 BC, when vast migrations of people are noted, apparently caused by natural disasters and worldwide changes in climate.

We are now dealing with events not as remote as the floods of 3147 or 2349 BC. There are more records for this later period (although still pitifully few). The incident of circa 1500 BC was a worldwide catastrophe, in some ways larger in scope than the early flood events, for the Earth was moved considerably further from the Sun. Farmers and herders were affected; some civilizations never recovered. The later and much more frequent disruptions of the eighth and seventh century will be minor events in comparison.
 Quoting: observation

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Man eats their artists. Or watches as they consume themselves...

Cheers.
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Philip Seymour Hoffman, 46, looked worn out during last public appearance... just two weeks before being found dead with 'needle in his arm'

Philip Seymour Hoffman didn't look like the picture of health during his last public appearance.

Just two weeks before dying from an apparent drug overdose on Sunday at the age of 46, the Oscar-winning actor attended the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on January 19 to promote his new films A Most Wanted Man and God's Pocket.

With a five o'clock shadow and pale complexion, the New York resident appeared worn out.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Is it just me or does this 'trolling' sound remarkably familiar?

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'You're one of the ugliest people I've ever seen': Student makes powerful photo project showing the horrific messages trolls leave on her pictures online

The project calls attention to the harsh words people feel emboldened to say about others - especially women - in an online environment, things that they would most likely never say to someone's face.

'The anonymity allows people to say whatever they want without any consequences,' Bottos told the Baltimore Sun. 'They want to get a reaction, to bring you down.'

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