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predators prey it is their nature. covertly, perhaps subconsciously they seek to place themselves in positions of authority that render themselves least vulnerable to suspicion. it is a condition imbedded in society as a whole. it is not only clergy but all society is susceptible, as evident by the number of teachers prosecuted for sex offenses. the ones that are seemingly not affected by the commonality of these crimes are the ones most insulated within society, the wealthy and priviledged as they have the mean to protect themselves from prosecution.

bias can be ascertained by what one excludes from any presentation. lol
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we discovered that in every culture upon gaia the authority that is responsible for the moral well being of children within society is formed and sustained by people whom have experienced child abuse, as in: our social structure upon gaia is governed by abused adults , generally
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I would agree that adults who were once abused children are integral in all positions within modern society. generally is a condition that can be employed to make a point indicating a majority position. I disagree with your assumptions that social structure is governed by, implicit to the discussion, "sexually", abused adults. gaia is a term that implies how we organically relate to the inorganic, which real has no place or adds any value to the topic, its interjection is irrelevant.
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yes, we are liking using gaia to define locality (here) because we are becoming more use to experiencing non local to here (gaia), architecture, symbol, sign, art , texts , structures, etc. that do not originate from this location (gaia)

we have not got to suggesting names for the non gaia locations but we are already talking as if we will be doing so soon in linear time

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What is gravity but relational cohesion in action.

As you leap towards the earth, it leaps toward you. In relation to the mean relationship between all objects.

Constancy in proximity.
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I disagree with your assumptions that social structure is governed by, implicit to the discussion, "sexually", abused adults...
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I completely agree with your disagreeing.
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yes we do not know yet the emotional impression our sexual relations with children causes within our future because we possess no memory or record of ourselves not abusing our children in the context of abuse as defined by moral standards recently arisen to become defined within some people noticeably over our past 150 years or so
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Collapse, degradation and monodimensionalism.
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3.65%


[link to www.matrixmasters.net]
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Time and space are relative to where and how you wish to enter them.

Think of them as the 2 pillars dictating shape.

You are the refresh rate.
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The Dual Chalice.
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that is nice
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Dr. Michael Clarage showcased an interesting aspect regarding the Van Allen Belts. At about 6:00min the discovery that additional "shells" simply appearing and disappearing with increases and decreases in solar activity as seen with the satellites. Were this event to occur within the confines of a particle accelerator would it not mistakenly be interpreted as an "increase in mass" when what really happened was that the electrodynamic environment facillitated an increase in the volume (size) of 'charge distribution'? During such times the "mass" of the Earth proper *may* have had a small fluxuation but it would have been tiny compared to the additional "shells" (several thousands of "double layers" appeared) of distributed potential.
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Good point. I hadn't made the connection with Michael Clarage's lecture. I have often thought that this might be the true mechanism behind the apparent extended family of baryons and the three generations of leptons. I have actually worked with muons and always found it absurd that the theoretical mechanism of muon decay started with a muon, involved a theoretical intermediate particle (W boson) and produced an undetected neutrino pair and an electron or positron, depending on the charge on the muon. The mechanism is proposed due to theoretical constraints whereas in practice only the resulting electron or positron is observed. As you, suggest, it is far more likely that energy added to the system of a true baryon (proton) or lepton (electron) would produce a higher harmonic of the 'particle' system or produce additional harmonics which express greater mass. This would be why successively higher energy particle accelerators have produced more and more massive exotic particles.
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nice visuals
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PSYCHEDELIC GUY FAWKES MASK. A DUAL CHALICE, TAKING CAUSES THAT ONLY FURTHER A FINAL OUTCOME

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Vous
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Dr. Michael Clarage showcased an interesting aspect regarding the Van Allen Belts. At about 6:00min the discovery that additional "shells" simply appearing and disappearing with increases and decreases in solar activity as seen with the satellites. Were this event to occur within the confines of a particle accelerator would it not mistakenly be interpreted as an "increase in mass" when what really happened was that the electrodynamic environment facillitated an increase in the volume (size) of 'charge distribution'? During such times the "mass" of the Earth proper *may* have had a small fluxuation but it would have been tiny compared to the additional "shells" (several thousands of "double layers" appeared) of distributed potential.
 Quoting: solar


Good point. I hadn't made the connection with Michael Clarage's lecture. I have often thought that this might be the true mechanism behind the apparent extended family of baryons and the three generations of leptons. I have actually worked with muons and always found it absurd that the theoretical mechanism of muon decay started with a muon, involved a theoretical intermediate particle (W boson) and produced an undetected neutrino pair and an electron or positron, depending on the charge on the muon. The mechanism is proposed due to theoretical constraints whereas in practice only the resulting electron or positron is observed. As you, suggest, it is far more likely that energy added to the system of a true baryon (proton) or lepton (electron) would produce a higher harmonic of the 'particle' system or produce additional harmonics which express greater mass. This would be why successively higher energy particle accelerators have produced more and more massive exotic particles.
 Quoting: tayga

[link to www.thunderbolts.info]

nice visuals
 Quoting: aether


I read the link, it was dealing with superfluidity. are you tying in the creation of energy and the increase in the number of rings at the van allen radiation belt to superfluidity?
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Good evening everyone. Market was great today. cheer


I did however have a bizarre encounter with another Marketeer as I was leaving that I thought I would share.

Earlier in the day her daughter came into my booth and handed me a piece of paper. After reading it for a bit I realized it was an invitation to her 8th birthday party. My booth neighbor who has a daughter the same age, was reading over my shoulder and said, that is probably for me.

As I was packing up for the day, the same child came up and gave me a hug, which she has never done before and said see you at my birthday. I then said, you know *booth neighbor's name* is I**'s mama. Not me. I don't have any kiddos.


Her mother having watched my interaction with her daughter, walked up to me as I was leaving and said something about God, at which time I thought, Oh, here we go... but then she said or Goddess. A bunny god, goddess, or bunny energy is around you...

At first I thought blink

And then said, That is interesting. Rabbits have been a bit of a theme for me of late. Thanks for saying.

She then continued mentioning 'bunny' and 'energy' several more times while I grasped for something to say. She then walked away and said, I don't ever really get feelings like this. But it was so strong I had to tell you.

In the many years I have been doing Market, she and I have spoken very rarely.



So. Bunny rabbits and deities. Does it exist?

It does.

Unut: The Rabbit Goddess of Ancient Egypt

Rabbits have long been associated with spring and Easter as a symbol of fertility and new birth. In the ancient world, pre-Christian religions would celebrate the spring equinox with live rabbits, as this is the time of year when many wild animals give birth to their young. While the rabbit as an actual representation of deity did not exist on the European continent, in ancient Egypt there was one such deity by the name of Unut.

Unut was a rabbit headed goddess who origins dated back to prehistoric Egypt. Also known as Wenut, this deity has an interesting path of evolution, for she was not always known as a rabbit shaped deity. Prior to her rabbit form which came about at an unknown point during her worship, she was represented in the form of a snake. This seems rather unusual for a reptile to be transformed into a soft, gentle, furry creature, even though snakes too were considered symbols of fertility in ancient Egypt

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Good evening everyone. Market was great today. cheer


I did however have a bizarre encounter with another Marketeer as I was leaving that I thought I would share.

Earlier in the day her daughter came into my booth and handed me a piece of paper. After reading it for a bit I realized it was an invitation to her 8th birthday party. My booth neighbor who has a daughter the same age, was reading over my shoulder and said, that is probably for me.

As I was packing up for the day, the same child came up and gave me a hug, which she has never done before and said see you at my birthday. I then said, you know *booth neighbor's name* is I**'s mama. Not me. I don't have any kiddos.


Her mother having watched my interaction with her daughter, walked up to me as I was leaving and said something about God, at which time I thought, Oh, here we go... but then she said or Goddess. A bunny god, goddess, or bunny energy is around you...

At first I thought blink

And then said, That is interesting. Rabbits have been a bit of a theme for me of late. Thanks for saying.

She then continued mentioning 'bunny' and 'energy' several more times while I grasped for something to say. She then walked away and said, I don't ever really get feelings like this. But it was so strong I had to tell you.

In the many years I have been doing Market, she and I have spoken very rarely.



So. Bunny rabbits and deities. Does it exist?

It does.

Unut: The Rabbit Goddess of Ancient Egypt

Rabbits have long been associated with spring and Easter as a symbol of fertility and new birth. In the ancient world, pre-Christian religions would celebrate the spring equinox with live rabbits, as this is the time of year when many wild animals give birth to their young. While the rabbit as an actual representation of deity did not exist on the European continent, in ancient Egypt there was one such deity by the name of Unut.

Unut was a rabbit headed goddess who origins dated back to prehistoric Egypt. Also known as Wenut, this deity has an interesting path of evolution, for she was not always known as a rabbit shaped deity. Prior to her rabbit form which came about at an unknown point during her worship, she was represented in the form of a snake. This seems rather unusual for a reptile to be transformed into a soft, gentle, furry creature, even though snakes too were considered symbols of fertility in ancient Egypt

[link to voices.yahoo.com]
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how nicely odd , i am glad market was pleasing
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Dr. Michael Clarage showcased an interesting aspect regarding the Van Allen Belts. At about 6:00min the discovery that additional "shells" simply appearing and disappearing with increases and decreases in solar activity as seen with the satellites. Were this event to occur within the confines of a particle accelerator would it not mistakenly be interpreted as an "increase in mass" when what really happened was that the electrodynamic environment facillitated an increase in the volume (size) of 'charge distribution'? During such times the "mass" of the Earth proper *may* have had a small fluxuation but it would have been tiny compared to the additional "shells" (several thousands of "double layers" appeared) of distributed potential.
 Quoting: solar


Good point. I hadn't made the connection with Michael Clarage's lecture. I have often thought that this might be the true mechanism behind the apparent extended family of baryons and the three generations of leptons. I have actually worked with muons and always found it absurd that the theoretical mechanism of muon decay started with a muon, involved a theoretical intermediate particle (W boson) and produced an undetected neutrino pair and an electron or positron, depending on the charge on the muon. The mechanism is proposed due to theoretical constraints whereas in practice only the resulting electron or positron is observed. As you, suggest, it is far more likely that energy added to the system of a true baryon (proton) or lepton (electron) would produce a higher harmonic of the 'particle' system or produce additional harmonics which express greater mass. This would be why successively higher energy particle accelerators have produced more and more massive exotic particles.
 Quoting: tayga

[link to www.thunderbolts.info]

nice visuals
 Quoting: aether


I read the link, it was dealing with superfluidity. are you tying in the creation of energy and the increase in the number of rings at the van allen radiation belt to superfluidity?
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the visual is non materiel structure forming/sustaining materiel structure
super fluidity seems to be the description of mass less motion and our van allen belt is a visible example we have discovered in our past year
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Good evening everyone. Market was great today. cheer


I did however have a bizarre encounter with another Marketeer as I was leaving that I thought I would share.

Earlier in the day her daughter came into my booth and handed me a piece of paper. After reading it for a bit I realized it was an invitation to her 8th birthday party. My booth neighbor who has a daughter the same age, was reading over my shoulder and said, that is probably for me.

As I was packing up for the day, the same child came up and gave me a hug, which she has never done before and said see you at my birthday. I then said, you know *booth neighbor's name* is I**'s mama. Not me. I don't have any kiddos.


Her mother having watched my interaction with her daughter, walked up to me as I was leaving and said something about God, at which time I thought, Oh, here we go... but then she said or Goddess. A bunny god, goddess, or bunny energy is around you...

At first I thought blink

And then said, That is interesting. Rabbits have been a bit of a theme for me of late. Thanks for saying.

She then continued mentioning 'bunny' and 'energy' several more times while I grasped for something to say. She then walked away and said, I don't ever really get feelings like this. But it was so strong I had to tell you.

In the many years I have been doing Market, she and I have spoken very rarely.



So. Bunny rabbits and deities. Does it exist?

It does.

Unut: The Rabbit Goddess of Ancient Egypt

Rabbits have long been associated with spring and Easter as a symbol of fertility and new birth. In the ancient world, pre-Christian religions would celebrate the spring equinox with live rabbits, as this is the time of year when many wild animals give birth to their young. While the rabbit as an actual representation of deity did not exist on the European continent, in ancient Egypt there was one such deity by the name of Unut.

Unut was a rabbit headed goddess who origins dated back to prehistoric Egypt. Also known as Wenut, this deity has an interesting path of evolution, for she was not always known as a rabbit shaped deity. Prior to her rabbit form which came about at an unknown point during her worship, she was represented in the form of a snake. This seems rather unusual for a reptile to be transformed into a soft, gentle, furry creature, even though snakes too were considered symbols of fertility in ancient Egypt

[link to voices.yahoo.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


how nicely odd , i am glad market was pleasing
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you began talking about rabbits a few days ago, i discovered rabbit row on a walk when you did
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how nicely odd , i am glad market was pleasing
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you began talking about rabbits a few days ago, i discovered rabbit row on a walk when you did
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Yes it was. She stumbled over her words something terrible so I had a hard time following her. That was the best I could describe it.

I mentioned rabbits on the news of the death of the actor from Roger Rabbit and Hook.


When questioned about what she wanted for her 'birthday present' from my booth neighbor after I had handed her the invitation, she went round and round about how she like 'everything'. And quizzed for her favorite 'thing' she finally found and answer.

Turtles.

Her mother came up to me and said the 'bunny bit' hours later. And her daughter was holding 2 tiny turtles.

lol
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how nicely odd , i am glad market was pleasing
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you began talking about rabbits a few days ago, i discovered rabbit row on a walk when you did
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Yes it was. She stumbled over her words something terrible so I had a hard time following her. That was the best I could describe it.

I mentioned rabbits on the news of the death of the actor from Roger Rabbit and Hook.


When questioned about what she wanted for her 'birthday present' from my booth neighbor after I had handed her the invitation, she went round and round about how she like 'everything'. And quizzed for her favorite 'thing' she finally found and answer.

Turtles.

Her mother came up to me and said the 'bunny bit' hours later. And her daughter was holding 2 tiny turtles.

lol
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it is a old deity who likely was known in conjunction with thoth
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how nicely odd , i am glad market was pleasing
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you began talking about rabbits a few days ago, i discovered rabbit row on a walk when you did
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Yes it was. She stumbled over her words something terrible so I had a hard time following her. That was the best I could describe it.

I mentioned rabbits on the news of the death of the actor from Roger Rabbit and Hook.


When questioned about what she wanted for her 'birthday present' from my booth neighbor after I had handed her the invitation, she went round and round about how she like 'everything'. And quizzed for her favorite 'thing' she finally found and answer.

Turtles.

Her mother came up to me and said the 'bunny bit' hours later. And her daughter was holding 2 tiny turtles.

lol
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it is a old deity who likely was known in conjunction with thoth
 Quoting: aether


I'll look further into it a bit later. Maybe tomorrow. That was the first link I checked.

Rabbits have been a bit of a theme for me for about a week now.


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Turtles too.

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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Good evening everyone. Market was great today. cheer


I did however have a bizarre encounter with another Marketeer as I was leaving that I thought I would share.

Earlier in the day her daughter came into my booth and handed me a piece of paper. After reading it for a bit I realized it was an invitation to her 8th birthday party. My booth neighbor who has a daughter the same age, was reading over my shoulder and said, that is probably for me.

As I was packing up for the day, the same child came up and gave me a hug, which she has never done before and said see you at my birthday. I then said, you know *booth neighbor's name* is I**'s mama. Not me. I don't have any kiddos.


Her mother having watched my interaction with her daughter, walked up to me as I was leaving and said something about God, at which time I thought, Oh, here we go... but then she said or Goddess. A bunny god, goddess, or bunny energy is around you...

At first I thought blink

And then said, That is interesting. Rabbits have been a bit of a theme for me of late. Thanks for saying.

She then continued mentioning 'bunny' and 'energy' several more times while I grasped for something to say. She then walked away and said, I don't ever really get feelings like this. But it was so strong I had to tell you.

In the many years I have been doing Market, she and I have spoken very rarely.



So. Bunny rabbits and deities. Does it exist?

It does.

Unut: The Rabbit Goddess of Ancient Egypt

Rabbits have long been associated with spring and Easter as a symbol of fertility and new birth. In the ancient world, pre-Christian religions would celebrate the spring equinox with live rabbits, as this is the time of year when many wild animals give birth to their young. While the rabbit as an actual representation of deity did not exist on the European continent, in ancient Egypt there was one such deity by the name of Unut.

Unut was a rabbit headed goddess who origins dated back to prehistoric Egypt. Also known as Wenut, this deity has an interesting path of evolution, for she was not always known as a rabbit shaped deity. Prior to her rabbit form which came about at an unknown point during her worship, she was represented in the form of a snake. This seems rather unusual for a reptile to be transformed into a soft, gentle, furry creature, even though snakes too were considered symbols of fertility in ancient Egypt

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That is so awesome! Unut is related to Unas(wenis) and the two ladies. Interesting unut is called the swift one.

...



the gap between our abilities and our beliefs
 Quoting: aether


'Belief walls'. That which one is willing to accept...

They only exist until breached.


I watched World War Z last night. Much about walls...

Man can solve any 'problem'. Just give em enough time...
 Quoting: Seer777


Wondering if the gap is just the pause between inhale and exhale, in analogy.
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The gap is the two ladies or upper and lower egypt not united or could say the elbow would be the joint.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
The nebty name, literally meaning, "two ladies", is one of the titles of an Egyptian pharaoh, following the standard naming convention used by the Ancient Egyptians. The name was associated with the patron goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt:

Nekhbet, patron deity of Upper Egypt, was represented by as a griffon vulture, and
Wadjet, patron deity of Lower Egypt, was represented as an Egyptian cobra.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
The word 'mastaba' comes from the Arabic word for a bench of mud,[5] likely because when seen from a distance it resembles a bench. It is also speculated that the Egyptians may have borrowed ideas from Mesopotamia since at the time they were both building similar structures.



Thanks to double jointed elbows and wenis (new learned word)rofl
Wondering if the egyptian beard with hat, the beard is like a grounding pin kind of like same sense as for lightning. Like the beard ground the wedjet and nekhbet.



Also saw this yesterday, pyramid structure with the words(results on top):


results
actions
beliefs
experiences

"our beliefs come from experiences, our results come from our actions, what beliefs do you want us to have of you?"



What constitutes empathy and how can it be developed? Empathy is the ability to put oneself in someone else’s shoes. It is the ability to experience vicariously the feelings that someone else may have and then being able to communicate that understanding in such a way that the recipient feels understood. It is not sufficient that you believe that you understand what the other person is feeling, but that they experience being understood. Being empathic requires the ability to put aside one’s own feelings and thoughts in order to fully attend to the feelings and thoughts of someone else. It requires the ability to get outside of oneself.
The empathy connection

Empathy is the glue that bonds people in an intimate relationship. When there is an empathic connection, people feel understood, they feel seen. Empathy is not the only way for people to bond, but it is necessary for an intimate connection. Bonding over a common activity or common experience may foster a connection just as doing something for someone else might engender gratitude or appreciation. But in order for there to be intimacy, empathy is required.............
 Quoting: observation

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 Quoting: aether



...


I like that one too. I stumbled on that one randomly. :)

garden
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That's it. cool2
 Quoting: Fancypantz


huge difference between the images

two sides of a coin
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Two sides of a coin because it represents both life and death depending on what structure you put it in depends on outcome, imo.

These were some interesting quotes
"I am what I need to be" "It's not what you do it's what you are"

okay done, shew
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Was in the Renaissance era today, lol. Went to the big festival they have every May. This weekend was discounted because it was the first weekend and luck so have it the lady in front gave free tickets to me so I didn't have to pay. Saw trolls, elves, wenches, highlanders, bout everything you can think of 16th century England, lol

Interesting renaissance means rebirth, seems like it was a melting pot of culture back in the day.
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I have a bulge in my undergarments....just saying.
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I see fields as distortions of the aether. example: the alignment of charges in a bar magnet align the aether also, and this is carried outward into the "field". The field is aether in organized motion, and acts as a force
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I agree in principle Sparky. Aether is non-ponderable matter and can have physical properties which cannot be associated with the void that is purported to exist between pieces of ponderable matter. I like Lebau's idea of aether as a superfluid that can convey forces and support waves
 Quoting: tayga


Those concepts above work together along with J J Thomson's charged sphere moving through a frictionless fluid example:
"... set the fluid around it moving with a velocity proportional to its own, so that to move the sphere we have not merely to move the substance of eh sphere itself, but also the liquid around it; the consequence of this is, that the sphere behaves as if its mass were increased by that of a certain volume of liquid."
 Quoting: j.thompson

Such that, given for example a superfluid condition, the bar magnetic would present the ‘localization’ of the superfluid condition relative to the whole but now associated to a material object; the bar magnet itself. When the Aether (in this case a superfluid analog) is associated to a material object (in this case the bar magnet) it is referred to as “fields”; relative to that object.

The analogy is then that the (universal) superfluid condition becomes ‘localized’ as “fields” when bound to matter whether as electric, magnetic, and/or gravitational. Each of these present differentiations in motion and phase of that superfluid condition. The nature of an object of matter itself, a “particle” for example, would present different ‘geometric re-configurations’ and resulting ‘phase-states’ of that that original superfluid condition. Like a rainbow reveals different frequencies of Light; so do "fields" reveal different 'modes' of the Aether Continuum with matter serving as 'prism'.

So, one has an overall Primal Dynamic Phase in Motion (a superfluid analog to the Aether in this example) undergoing several phase-transitions which then present several localized qualities (“fields”), as It Moves and subsequently impels or imparts motion; which is then perceived as “Force”.

In relation to this analog what is “charge”? It would be the resulting “momentum”, the quality of motion, linear or curvilinear, imparted to the object as it ‘absorbs’ and ‘geometrically re-configures’ the prodigious Motion inherent in the larger analogous Aether superfluid; of which the object is an integrated part.

The Motions of the Aether differentiating in those ways is what Tesla recognized when saying:
“Long ago... [mankind] recognized that all perceptible matter comes from a primary substance, or tenuity beyond conception, filling all space… The primary substance, thrown into infinitesimal whirls of prodigious velocity, becomes gross matter; the force subsiding, the motion ceases and matter disappears, reverting to the primary substance.”
 Quoting: nikola tesla
 Quoting: solar

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nice visuals , when is aether not non dimensions
never tounge
 Quoting: aether


and because our /z\ environment is frictionless (no material substance) the cause of motion is motivation (motive) to move as in: the sphere and fluid/aethyr both are motivated/caused to become what is seen by sphere and fluid/aethyr to become (both able to), thus both sphere and fluid/aethyr do become what sphere and fluid/aethyr are able to become thus motive (motivation) continues/constant

this causes our present to cause our future formed from our past, as in: continue what is happening (eternal)

no beginning exists of eternity within eternity = always something happening causing something to be happening

conscious eternity causes this to be universally true (constant)
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Was in the Renaissance era today, lol. Went to the big festival they have every May. This weekend was discounted because it was the first weekend and luck so have it the lady in front gave free tickets to me so I didn't have to pay. Saw trolls, elves, wenches, highlanders, bout everything you can think of 16th century England, lol

Interesting renaissance means rebirth, seems like it was a melting pot of culture back in the day.
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good morning aruna...

It's a whole new way of understanding something...and it makes sense...I don't understand why anyone would fear it...it connects sooooooo many things...I don't get how that can be bad.
 Quoting: Aruna


what are our current masters of the universe....

In 1660, within a few months of the restoration of Charles II, a group of 12 men, including Robert Boyle and Christopher Wren, met in London to set up a society to study the mechanisms of nature.

Freemasonry, supported by Charles II, was the guiding force behind the birth of modern science, under the cover of the Royal Society.

...remember aruna the sole purpose of civilization is to return to the golden age.....

...the central theme of that quest is the belief that within human ability is the means to master nature....

...because they assume it was mastered within the golden age...


On this day in history 19th Nov. in 1600, was born Charles I.

Charles was a king who believed totally in the ‘Divine Right of Kings’ and engaged in a power struggle with Parliament, which he lost and paid for with his life.


....that charles was attempting to enforce the historical purpose of all kings throughout history before him...be the one with the ability.....

...what the occult/scientist/priests did in the 1600`s was what they had often done before....recommended to the military that a different ruling structure be put in place whilst they continued the quest......

...to master nature
 Quoting: aether 1000431


yes, we still utilize enlightenment stuff but we are getting over it quite quickly now thanks to our global communications technology, space age discoveries and our new universe meanings causing new meaning of life philosophies
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tayga is right this morning on this topic

My beef with QM is not that it doesn't work as it most definitely does. Like an empirical equation it doesn't provide a mechanism but unlike the equation it doesn't suggest one either. In fact, the Copenhagen Interpretation denies that QM reflects physical reality at all.

I think that this constitutes an enormous piece of self delusion by a group of brilliant men. It fails to acknowledge that the wave/particle model is simply that: a model that isn't the underlying reality. Rather than accept that they simply didn't have a good model of reality these men suggested that it couldn't be understood.

All models are metaphors and better models refine our concept of reality. QM constitutes the empirical rules of an underlying mechanism that Physics has not yet identified.

I think it is a shame that a field of theory that treats on the wave nature of matter arrived at a time when the aether had recently been erased from the physical paradigm.
 Quoting: tayga

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this is what has always occurred, rather than say "we don`t know yet"
our authorities said what authority for thousands of years upon gaia has always said

"we know we are not meant to know that, it is unknowable to us caused by design of the design we are part of"
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Was in the Renaissance era today, lol. Went to the big festival they have every May. This weekend was discounted because it was the first weekend and luck so have it the lady in front gave free tickets to me so I didn't have to pay. Saw trolls, elves, wenches, highlanders, bout everything you can think of 16th century England, lol

Interesting renaissance means rebirth, seems like it was a melting pot of culture back in the day.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


good morning aruna...

It's a whole new way of understanding something...and it makes sense...I don't understand why anyone would fear it...it connects sooooooo many things...I don't get how that can be bad.
 Quoting: Aruna


what are our current masters of the universe....

In 1660, within a few months of the restoration of Charles II, a group of 12 men, including Robert Boyle and Christopher Wren, met in London to set up a society to study the mechanisms of nature.

Freemasonry, supported by Charles II, was the guiding force behind the birth of modern science, under the cover of the Royal Society.

...remember aruna the sole purpose of civilization is to return to the golden age.....

...the central theme of that quest is the belief that within human ability is the means to master nature....

...because they assume it was mastered within the golden age...


On this day in history 19th Nov. in 1600, was born Charles I.

Charles was a king who believed totally in the ‘Divine Right of Kings’ and engaged in a power struggle with Parliament, which he lost and paid for with his life.


....that charles was attempting to enforce the historical purpose of all kings throughout history before him...be the one with the ability.....

...what the occult/scientist/priests did in the 1600`s was what they had often done before....recommended to the military that a different ruling structure be put in place whilst they continued the quest......

...to master nature
 Quoting: aether 1000431


yes, we still utilize enlightenment stuff but we are getting over it quite quickly now thanks to our global communications technology, space age discoveries and our new universe meanings causing new meaning of life philosophies
 Quoting: aether


I was over by the games waiting by a pretty big stone as people were throwing fish at monks to knock them over and had an urgent sensation to draw on the stone with the rock sitting on top. Felt like a fat boy finding cake, lol. Anyway, I drew a rabbit and then next to it a circle with a cross but then had another urge to draw another circle around it. Circle with a cross can be a symbol for earth and earth has been known in some cultures as turtle. Just a little while later I came across some egyptian symbols minted on a coin.

This energy has been with us for a while now and something to do with coffee, lol, per this dream(now I know after the fact this dream was connected).

Serenity, one of the best sci fi movies ever.
 Quoting: Pattern Recognition


:) I ended up watching it through to the end last night. It's a great one.

Good morning everyone.

coffee4
 Quoting: Seer777


That is a good movie. She was in the Terminator tv show as a robot.

Forgot I dreamed about coffee last night and before that had really deep sleep.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


Yes I know. I didn't watch her in that though.

My dream cycle ended on a strange note. Do you ever have memories in your dream that when you wake you don't know if said memory was real or not, but in the dream was recalled and plausible?
 Quoting: Seer777

And Seer has mentioned coffee a lot lately.

Think this might be connected too

Dilmun was identified with Bahrein, whose name in Arabic means "two seas", where the fresh waters of the Arabian aquifer mingle with the salt waters of the Persian Gulf. This mingling of waters was known in Sumerian as Nammu, and was identified as the mother of Enki.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Was in the Renaissance era today, lol. Went to the big festival they have every May. This weekend was discounted because it was the first weekend and luck so have it the lady in front gave free tickets to me so I didn't have to pay. Saw trolls, elves, wenches, highlanders, bout everything you can think of 16th century England, lol

Interesting renaissance means rebirth, seems like it was a melting pot of culture back in the day.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


good morning aruna...

It's a whole new way of understanding something...and it makes sense...I don't understand why anyone would fear it...it connects sooooooo many things...I don't get how that can be bad.
 Quoting: Aruna


what are our current masters of the universe....

In 1660, within a few months of the restoration of Charles II, a group of 12 men, including Robert Boyle and Christopher Wren, met in London to set up a society to study the mechanisms of nature.

Freemasonry, supported by Charles II, was the guiding force behind the birth of modern science, under the cover of the Royal Society.

...remember aruna the sole purpose of civilization is to return to the golden age.....

...the central theme of that quest is the belief that within human ability is the means to master nature....

...because they assume it was mastered within the golden age...


On this day in history 19th Nov. in 1600, was born Charles I.

Charles was a king who believed totally in the ‘Divine Right of Kings’ and engaged in a power struggle with Parliament, which he lost and paid for with his life.


....that charles was attempting to enforce the historical purpose of all kings throughout history before him...be the one with the ability.....

...what the occult/scientist/priests did in the 1600`s was what they had often done before....recommended to the military that a different ruling structure be put in place whilst they continued the quest......

...to master nature
 Quoting: aether 1000431


yes, we still utilize enlightenment stuff but we are getting over it quite quickly now thanks to our global communications technology, space age discoveries and our new universe meanings causing new meaning of life philosophies
 Quoting: aether


I was over by the games waiting by a pretty big stone as people were throwing fish at monks to knock them over and had an urgent sensation to draw on the stone with the rock sitting on top. Felt like a fat boy finding cake, lol. Anyway, I drew a rabbit and then next to it a circle with a cross but then had another urge to draw another circle around it. Circle with a cross can be a symbol for earth and earth has been known in some cultures as turtle. Just a little while later I came across some egyptian symbols minted on a coin.

This energy has been with us for a while now and something to do with coffee, lol, per this dream(now I know after the fact this dream was connected).

...


:) I ended up watching it through to the end last night. It's a great one.

Good morning everyone.

coffee4
 Quoting: Seer777


That is a good movie. She was in the Terminator tv show as a robot.

Forgot I dreamed about coffee last night and before that had really deep sleep.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


Yes I know. I didn't watch her in that though.

My dream cycle ended on a strange note. Do you ever have memories in your dream that when you wake you don't know if said memory was real or not, but in the dream was recalled and plausible?
 Quoting: Seer777

And Seer has mentioned coffee a lot lately.

Think this might be connected too

Dilmun was identified with Bahrein, whose name in Arabic means "two seas", where the fresh waters of the Arabian aquifer mingle with the salt waters of the Persian Gulf. This mingling of waters was known in Sumerian as Nammu, and was identified as the mother of Enki.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Fancypantz


oh
i have been telling seer for some days or longer i am experiencing exactly that a lot
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oh
i have been telling seer for some days or longer i am experiencing exactly that a lot
 Quoting: aether


i have become used to experiences experienced within my sleep becoming sequential to my sleep state and awake state causing me to experience motive formed from memory/motive sequence formed and sustained within my sleep state and my awake state
2 emotional experience (lives)
and my 2 memory/motive states within asleep and awake are becoming noticeably similar in experience to myself as in: they make sense (synergy) together

my two emotional experience (lives) are become my singular emotional experience (life)

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oh
i have been telling seer for some days or longer i am experiencing exactly that a lot
 Quoting: aether


i have become used to experiences experienced within my sleep becoming sequential to my sleep state and awake state causing me to experience motive formed from memory/motive sequence formed and sustained within my sleep state and my awake state
2 emotional experience (lives)
and my 2 memory/motive states within asleep and awake are becoming noticeably similar in experience to myself as in: they make sense (synergy) together
 Quoting: aether


When I read this, two waters mingling came to mind. Awake and asleep states being different types of waters.
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The Dual Chalice.
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In Wicca a chalice, as a feminine principle ........
 Quoting: observation

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it is never who you know but what you do with them that causes the effect of your experience of them

that prompts the notion women and men should be cautious

common sense i suppose

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