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oh boy do I...but I don't know how to scan and download...maybe if I can send them to fancy she might post for me?...I will ask

my daughter has a photo album of "chatters"...lol

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I found a quick and easy way to do it, is to take a digital image of the picture.

A picture of a picture IOW.

It works.

tounge
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tounge I never thought of that!

let me see what I can find...but I will still have to send to fancy because I don't know how to download any picts...lol

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tounge I never thought of that!

let me see what I can find...but I will still have to send to fancy because I don't know how to download any picts...lol

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Yes. tounge

You can get a Photobucket account and upload them there from your Desktop or where ever you choose to put them.

Then just post the links.

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I find this interesting as to our talk yesterday Rayz, about goosebumps.



This is more like what we were talking about.

Personally, I thought everybody did this.

Thread: ASMR:The Head Orgasm


I myself get ASMR. I always have and can't remember a time when I didn't. Every time I say something about it people look at me like I'm crazy, but apparently I'm not.
I used to get it as a kid when my grandmother would lay me on her lap and tell me stories. I am triggered usually by voices and people playing with my hair.
Here's some info on ASMR and some videos.
What Is ASMR?

ASMR is best described as a physical sensation of tingling that often begins in the scalp and moves down through the spine and sometimes to the limbs. It is a pleasurable feeling that some would call relaxing. ASMR is also known as AIHO (attention induced head orgasm) or AIE (attention induced euphoria).

The feeling of ASMR is triggered by a number of different stimuli, and the effective triggers can differ from person to person. Some common triggers include:

-The sound of lips smacking, such as when eating.
-Slow or soft speech patterns. Whispering, too.
Receiving personal attention from someone, such as having your hair done, having your make-up done, receiving an eye exam, receiving a massage, etc.
- Having someone play with your hair.
-Certain sounds may trigger the effect, like fire crackling, paper scratching, white noise, running water, etc.
-Watching someone who is performing a meticulous task, like fixing an electronic, working origami, making tea, etc.

Not everyone experiences ASMR. If you have absolutely no idea what I’ve been describing so far, then it’s probably that you do not have the ASMR response. However, if this sounds like something you’ve experienced before, then it’s likely that you can manually trigger it by watching videos that include the above triggers.
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Did you feel it? Did you get shivers running down your spine and a tingling sensation along your scalp? If so, congratulations! You have been blessed with the opportunity to enjoy such a pleasurable experience.
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:)
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Yeah, you identified it. So there is a name for it...and I got that feeling when I saw that you took general interest in it and did research.

I got it intensely when the girl started talking....Maybe it's her energy/tone of "let me show you something"...but about 10 seconds into the vid before she even started giving examples, I got the sensation.

:)
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Yes, I didn't know what it was either...Just how it felt.

Luckily, someone just so happen to make a thread about that very thing two days ago. When it 'bumped' this morning, I spotted it.


:)



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[link to i1337.photobucket.com]

testing
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[link to i1337.photobucket.com]

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There you go wf, lol

Thought I wouldn't figure it out, lol
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:)

That's super cute.

Thanks for sharing.

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There you go wf, lol

Thought I wouldn't figure it out, lol
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hugs
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:)

That's super cute.

Thanks for sharing.

hugs
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sorry the quality suckstounge I took the picture of them with my phone instead of a digital...lol

wf
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awwwwwww

thanks
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thinking about the ten
what did moses/akhenaten utilize/discover on the mountain
or
what does it sign
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thinking about the ten
what did moses/akhenaten utilize/discover on the mountain
or
what does it sign
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are you speaking of the tablet and 10 commandments? that still no one could follow?
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feels like 1 to 9 + synergistic affect = ten
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ya know...I read that on the first day of creation (and this is probably cultural) but idk...anyway that 10 things were created on the first day....

I wonder if there is any significance to the 10 and the 10 that cannot altered? like 10 seeds or 10 roots or something...10 original that remains of origin maybe?

wf
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The ten articlespof creation right...

I wonder where you first read that...
Its ORIGIN...is the Tobit.
I NOTARIZED it in Hills and Valleys...



Ha!


I suggest further minute introspective ego grooming for all.



Or read the Tobit.

Good God forbid one suggests HnV...sounds like a retro virus.



Adieu.
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thinking about the ten
what did moses/akhenaten utilize/discover on the mountain
or
what does it sign
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Moses stayed on the mountain for 40 days and nights, a period in which he received the Ten Commandments directly from God. Moses then descended from the mountain with intent to deliver the commandments to the people, but upon his arrival he saw that the people were involved in the sin of the Golden Calf. In terrible anger, Moses broke the commandment tablets and ordered his own tribe (the Levites) to go through the camp and kill everyone, including family and friends, upon which the Levites killed about 3,000 people, some of whom were children. God later commanded Moses to inscribe two other tablets, to replace the ones Moses smashed, so Moses went to the mountain again, for another period of 40 days and nights, and when he returned, the commandments were finally given.
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that`s a weird story

even for halloween rolleyes
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hi sword
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feels like 1 to 9 + synergistic affect = ten
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ya know...I read that on the first day of creation (and this is probably cultural) but idk...anyway that 10 things were created on the first day....

I wonder if there is any significance to the 10 and the 10 that cannot altered? like 10 seeds or 10 roots or something...10 original that remains of origin maybe?

wf
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The ten articlespof creation right...

I wonder where you first read that...
Its ORIGIN...is the Tobit.
I NOTARIZED it in Hills and Valleys...



Ha!


I suggest further minute introspective ego grooming for all.



Or read the Tobit.

Good God forbid one suggests HnV...sounds like a retro virus.



Adieu.
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I hope you are not grumpytounge

that hills and valley thread has been a while...if I did read it there, then my memory was just refreshed recently reading about yud...let me get you the link...

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There you go wf, lol

Thought I wouldn't figure it out, lol
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hugs
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hugs He's cute! I didn't know raccoons climbed trees!
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There you go wf, lol

Thought I wouldn't figure it out, lol
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hugs
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hugs He's cute! I didn't know raccoons climbed trees!
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thats where they hide...treetops....hence coondogs!

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Worlds:
•Ten Divine utterances through which the world was created.
Ten things created on the first day.
•Ten things created at dusk at the end of the first Friday.
•Ten generations from Adam to Noah and from Noah to Abraham.
•Ten kings ruled the whole world; Ten nations given to Abraham.
Ten pure animals; Ten categories of forbidden magic.
•Ten battles of Joshua; Ten essential limbs of the body.
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thinking about the ten
what did moses/akhenaten utilize/discover on the mountain
or
what does it sign
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A methodology of control, to get the group through. A solution to his problem, lol.
"Chaos exists as a pool of possibilities that order draws from and organizes according to creative desire. Some things get tossed down the memory hole only to reemerge later when the need arises. Neither chaos nor order holds a monopoly on creation and destruction, creative or destructive chaos exists as does creative and destructive order." - ME! Yeah, Bea :) snoocherdoodle@gmail.com
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

yea, I remember you talking about the tobit
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A methodology of control, to get the group through. A solution to his problem, lol.
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Yes.

Essentially, a way to 're-civilize' and morally control the population he just freed from bondage.

The multitude was most likely traumatized after having witnessed '10 plagues of Egypt', not to mention everything else.



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yea, I remember you talking about the tobit
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Yeah...I am trying to remember the ten things given to man...hope all is good, for all.
Hi Aether.

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Nah..not grumpy...ha!

Hope all you folks are safe in these storms.
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Worlds:
•Ten Divine utterances through which the world was created.
Ten things created on the first day.
•Ten things created at dusk at the end of the first Friday.
•Ten generations from Adam to Noah and from Noah to Abraham.
•Ten kings ruled the whole world; Ten nations given to Abraham.
Ten pure animals; Ten categories of forbidden magic.
•Ten battles of Joshua; Ten essential limbs of the body.
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feels like vortex mathematics
which it is
which is why it`s signs are imprinted within all things
and why all things mathematical code in ever increasing weave (patterns) and everything feels and looks connected
because it all possess the common factor, the ten

In physics, mathematics, statistics, and economics, scale invariance is a feature of objects or laws that does not change if scales of length, energy, or other variables, are multiplied by a common factor
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information is always coming towards us so we have always been looking at the completed matter
as we have looked through everything material we see formed from the inside outwards, the radiating common factor in all matter within our material dimension

we will come back to this and feedback will agree

all a bit of a blur of information right now
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Worlds:
•Ten Divine utterances through which the world was created.
Ten things created on the first day.
•Ten things created at dusk at the end of the first Friday.
•Ten generations from Adam to Noah and from Noah to Abraham.
•Ten kings ruled the whole world; Ten nations given to Abraham.
Ten pure animals; Ten categories of forbidden magic.
•Ten battles of Joshua; Ten essential limbs of the body.
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feels like vortex mathematics
which it is
which is why it`s signs are imprinted within all things
and why all things mathematical code in ever increasing weave (patterns) and everything feels and looks connected
because it all possess the common factor, the ten

In physics, mathematics, statistics, and economics, scale invariance is a feature of objects or laws that does not change if scales of length, energy, or other variables, are multiplied by a common factor
 Quoting: observation


information is always coming towards us so we have always been looking at the completed matter
as we have looked through everything material we see formed from the inside outwards, the radiating common factor in all matter within our material dimension

we will come back to this and feedback will agree

all a bit of a blur of information right now
 Quoting: aether


Purrfect...

Premise:"the was a binding, a twything and an obfuscation.

Premise: A "hypercube can only exist in 4 dimensions."

Suppose, the original "creation/Eden" was obviously perfectly formed...then if premise 1 were applied then the orderly function to cease, and perhaps, through quantum vortex mechanics, a recurring feedback loop were achikeved, a soul trap, if you will, which is at odds with the original intended purpose of creation?


Anyway...back to being my irascible ole self..:)
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A Marvel of Creation.

The shamir was the seventh of the ten marvels created in the evening twilight of the first Friday (Ab. v. 6; comp. Pes. 54a; Sifre, Deut. 355; Mek., Beshallaḥ, 5 [ed. Weiss, p. 59b; ed. Friedmann, p. 51a]), and it was followed, significantly enough, by the creation of writing, the stylus, and the two tables of stone. Its size was that of a grain of barley; it was created after the six days of creation. Nothing was sufficiently hard to withstand it; when it was placed on stones they split in the manner in which the leaves of a book open; and iron was broken by its mere presence. The shamir was wrapped for preservation in spongy balls of wool and laid in a leaden box filled with barley bran.

With the help of this stone Moses engraved the names of the twelve tribes on the breastplate of the high priest, first writing on the stones with ink and then holding the shamir over them, whereupon the writing sank into the stones. With its aid, moreover, Solomon built the Temple without using any tool of iron (comp. I Kings vi. 7; Ex. xx. 25; Tosef., Soṭah, xv. 1 [ed. Zuckermandel, p. 321]; Soṭah 48b; Yer. Soṭah 24b). The shamir was expressly created for this latter purpose, since it ceased to exist after the destruction of the Temple (Soṭah ix., 10; Tosef. xv. 1).

According to one legend, an eagle brought the shamir from paradise to Solomon at the latter's command (Yalḳ. ii. 182), while another tradition runs as follows: When Solomon asked the Rabbis how he could build the Temple without using tools of iron, they called his attention to the Shamir with which Moses had engraved the names of the tribes on the breastplate of the high priest, and advised him to command the demons under his sway to obtain it for him. Solomon accordingly summoned Asmodeus, the prince of the demons, who told him that the shamir had been placed not in his charge, but in that of the Prince of the Sea; the prince entrusted it only to the wood-grouse, in whose oath he confided. The wood-grouse used the shamir to cleave bare rocks so that he might plant seeds of trees in them and thus cause new vegetation to spring up; hence the bird was called the "rock-splitter" (). The shamir was taken from the wood-grouse by the following ruse: Its nest was found and its young covered with white glass. The bird then brought the shamir and put it on the glass, which broke; at that moment Solomon's emissary, who had concealed himself close by, frightened the bird so that it dropped the shamir, which was immediately seized and taken to Solomon. The wood-grouse killed itself because it had violated its oath (Giṭ. 68a, b).
Folk-Legends.

This last account is Babylonian in origin, and both language and content prove that it was a legend of the people rather than a tradition of the schools, as is the case with the stories mentioned above. There were, however, learned circles in Palestine which refused to credit the use of the shamir by Solomon (Mek., Yitro, end). Others, however, believed that Solomon employed it in the building of his palace, but not in the construction of the Temple, evidently taking exception to the magical element suggested by a leaden box as a place of concealment, for in magic brass is used to break enchantment and to drive away demons (Soṭah 48b; Yer. Soṭah 24b). It was a miracle, on the other hand, and not magic if the Temple, as many believed, built itself (Pesiḳ. R. 6. [ed. Friedmann, p. 25a]).

Opinion is divided concerning the nature of theshamir. Jewish tradition unanimously declares it to be a small worm (Rashi, Pes. 54a, overlooked by Grünbaum ["Gesammelte Aufsätze," p. 32]; Maimonides, commentary on Ab. 5, 6), this view having a textual basis. Cassel, on the other hand, considered the shamir to be a powder of corundum, developing his theory as follows: "From the powdery emery was made a living creature of infinite minuteness, regarded by later authorities as a worm, although rabbinical tradition itself merely terms it 'shamir' without the addition of 'worm' or any other term" (l.c. p. 69). This view, however, is rightly rejected by Löw. According to another legend, the wood-grouse used a herb to burn or draw out a wooden nail (Lev. R. xxii. 4 and parallels), this herb being hidden by Simeon b. Ḥalafta lest it should fall into the hands of thieves. A similar story is told by Ælian of the hoopoe ("Historia Animalium." iii. 26; Cassel, l.c. p. 73; comp. other Oriental and classical parallels given by Bochart, Cassel, and Grünbaum).
Arab Legends.

The tradition of the shamir was carried from the Jews to the Arabs (Grünbaum, "Neue Beiträge," passim, especially p. 229); in Arabic tradition Solomon, under instructions from Gabriel, has recourse to a worm when he desires to bore through a pearl, and to a white worm when he wishes to thread the onyx (Grünbaum, l.c. p. 218). The belief was still current in the Middle Ages, since it is found in the Cabala (Zohar, i. 74; see story of Solomon in Jellinek, "B. H." ii. 86). According to the English version of the "Gesta Romanorum" (ed. Grässe, ii. 227), the emperor Diocletian enclosed in a glass case a young ostrich found in the forest and carried it to his palace. He was followed by the mother, who, that she might regain her young, brought in her beak on the third day a "thumare" (shamir), a worm, and dropped it on the glass, which was thus broken. Vincent of Beauvais, Gervase of Tilbury, and Albertus Magnus relate similar stories, and the last-named expressly gives Jewish tradition as his source (Cassel, l.c. pp. 50 et seq., 77 et seq.). The other two writers, in the true spirit of medievalism, give a remarkable variant to the effect that the bird smeared the glass with the blood of the worm and so broke it.
Bibliography:

Bochart, Hierozoicon, ii. 343, 842 et seq.;
P. Cassel, Schamir, in Denkschriften der Königlichen, Akademie der Wissenschaften in Erfurt, Erfurt, 1856;
Lewysohn, Zoologie des Talmuds, § 500, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 1858;
Kohut, Angelologie und Dämonologie, p. 82, Leipsic, 1866;
idem, Aruch Completum, viii. 107, Levy, Neuhebr. Wörterb. iv. 579;
Grünbaum, in Z. D. M. G. xxxi. 204 et seq.;
idem, Gesammelte Aufsätze, pp. 31-43, Berlin, 1901;
idem, Neue Beiträge zur Semitischen Sagenkunde, pp.211 et seq., Leyden, 1893;
Hamburger, R. B. T. ii. 1079-1080.

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yea, I remember you talking about the tobit
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Yeah...I am trying to remember the ten things given to man...hope all is good, for all.
Hi Aether.

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^Search "Shamir"

Nah..not grumpy...ha!

Hope all you folks are safe in these storms.
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hugs
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yea, I remember you talking about the tobit
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Yeah...I am trying to remember the ten things given to man...hope all is good, for all.
Hi Aether.

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^Search "Shamir"

Nah..not grumpy...ha!

Hope all you folks are safe in these storms.
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hugs
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shucks and awe...hf
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Does anyone else feel completely spent today?

I'm sleepy...

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