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Gabrielle Aplin - The power of love <youtube


x((((x(((((x scrummy waves to all x)))))x)))))x
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hidb

Wuzzup?
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


Hey beautiful billy, good to see those booties swinging :)

me?....I'm just dancing on the waves of bliss...waving love out to the world....tis good to hug the world.

((((love))))
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Gabrielle Aplin - The power of love <youtube


x((((x(((((x scrummy waves to all x)))))x)))))x
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hidb

Wuzzup?
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


hey billy
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The premise of instanteous transfer is potentially a spiritual evolution. It does however, have a downside for those individuals that are unable to compartmentalize external stimuli. Authority, in this case modern medicine, appears is too eager to categorize and treat such individuals as unbalanced. Instead of exploring the root cause, modern medicine is often to quick to identify and stigmitize such individuals and pharmaceutically treat sensations as an aberrations from the norm. This leads to a relunctance in most to further explore these aspects of human potentiality.

It is ironic that we trust technology to provide the ability to make us aware and yet we consider what resides in us as an abberation. We have been culturally conditioned to accept what authority wish to impose on us as acceptable norms regarding our individual spiritually. I can understand why the suppression of such potentiality has been discouraged. It has unforeseen ramification, and and unforeseen variances are not something authority is willing to deal with. I must disagree with when you state that such new thinking has been sanctioned. To me, it is more resembles an experiment with human guinea pigs.

Again, social conscious is easily swayed by conditioning, what is acceptable one day is demonized the next. While technological advances (implants) that are touted to improve the human condition are completely sanctioned; the human attempting to delve into the natural aspects of human potentially represents a threat that cannot be controlled. Just my opinion.
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good point
overview by nature functions (affects) above downwards

in hierarchical society that expresses as:
future dictates (structures) present forcing past (memory) into reconfiguration

there are at present no known overview personalities in political, military and belief leadership nor are any anticipated in our near future
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The sensation is condescension, produced by an inadequacy for proper summarization.tounge
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oh

i missed that

i understand condescension
can you rephrase what you say causes it
i don`t see what your sequence means/says
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Gabrielle Aplin - The power of love <youtube


x((((x(((((x scrummy waves to all x)))))x)))))x
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hidb

Wuzzup?
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


hey billy
 Quoting: aether


Hello my friend. Good Times

afro
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So where to from here then?? Wtf?! Are we going in again?
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Well the "plan" they are following intends to keep the conflict "contained" to the "region"...

There have been agreements made....

I'm not so sure these "agreements" will be kept though...

Time will tell...
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Trin, when you say region do you mean the middle east?
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yes
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Gabrielle Aplin - The power of love <youtube


x((((x(((((x scrummy waves to all x)))))x)))))x
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hidb

Wuzzup?
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


hey billy
 Quoting: aether


Hello my friend. Good Times

afro
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for some
certainly 1
but tradition says
1 is enough tounge
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hidb

Wuzzup?
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hey billy
 Quoting: aether


Hello my friend. Good Times

afro
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


for some
certainly 1
but tradition says
1 is enough tounge
 Quoting: aether


O O

is better

0 0 0

Open to specs

cool2
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hey billy
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Hello my friend. Good Times

afro
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


for some
certainly 1
but tradition says
1 is enough tounge
 Quoting: aether


O O

is better

0 0 0

Open to specs

cool2
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


i`ll go with that xoxo
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Gabrielle Aplin - The power of love <youtube


x((((x(((((x scrummy waves to all x)))))x)))))x
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hidb

Wuzzup?
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


hey billy
 Quoting: aether


Hello my friend. Good Times

afro
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


Yes tis good, I'm loving the waves....especially the planetetary ones...it compresses the density of the darkness causing it to 'spring' back up at a faster rate of evolution/growth....rather batshit....buts its good if you can catch the wave to the shore.... to feel the shingle tingle.

off to wave in the world.....good to see you as always!

hope,love and laughter,
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hidb

Wuzzup?
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


hey billy
 Quoting: aether


Hello my friend. Good Times

afro
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


Yes tis good, I'm loving the waves....especially the planetetary ones...it compresses the density of the darkness causing it to 'spring' back up at a faster rate of evolution/growth....rather batshit....buts its good if you can catch the wave to the shore.... to feel the shingle tingle.

off to wave in the world.....good to see you as always!

hope,love and laughter,
song x
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peace
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feedback:

What if the break-up of the postulated Saturnian system, of which earth was apparently a part, led to the creation of astrology?

If we assume that we had been part of the previous set-up for all of the preceding period human evolution then such a cataclysmic event could perhaps lead to increased observation of the newly altered environment, tracking the movements the planets in their new orbits and the effect of this upon human personalities, physiology and society?
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hey billy
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Hello my friend. Good Times

afro
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


for some
certainly 1
but tradition says
1 is enough tounge
 Quoting: aether


O O

is better

0 0 0

Open to specs

cool2
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


0 is 3.

The states of the drum skein shed from the coil.

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Hello my friend. Good Times

afro
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


for some
certainly 1
but tradition says
1 is enough tounge
 Quoting: aether


O O

is better

0 0 0

Open to specs

cool2
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


0 is 3.

The states of the drum skein shed from the coil.


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Do you see how it has cracked open?
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Yes


[/youtube] [link to www.youtube.com]
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The Developing Archetype - No Music Vids
Thread: The Developing Archetype - No Music Vids (Page 73)
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I like the Cut of your jib

Sail on

hf
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I like the Cut of your jib

Sail on

hf
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tounge

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The Holiday Market has Internet this year...

grinning




banana
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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The Holiday Market has Internet this year...

grinning




banana
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wave
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The Holiday Market has Internet this year...

grinning




banana
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wave
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xmas

tounge
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orientating ourselves within our moving group

What is the question? The question is "If the sun is spiraling around in some Birkeland current filament (the local interstellar cloud), where is the other filament? You can't just have one filament!"
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

So Proxima Centauri, the closest star to the sun, is not in the Local Interstellar Cloud? It's in a cloud right next to ours, and it's cloud is "interacting" with our cloud.
Since sometimes it's easier to step back and look at the bigger picture:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Now superimpose the picture from the first link.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


Would you consider that the “filament”, perhaps the primary one, for our Sun exist at the ‘interface’ between these “clouds” and thus the reason for the way the Sun is depicted as being offset from center in comparison to the two? All of the references previewed thus far suggest that we are simply moving through them, or that they are simply moving past us. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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The premise of instanteous transfer is potentially a spiritual evolution. It does however, have a downside for those individuals that are unable to compartmentalize external stimuli. Authority, in this case modern medicine, appears is too eager to categorize and treat such individuals as unbalanced. Instead of exploring the root cause, modern medicine is often to quick to identify and stigmitize such individuals and pharmaceutically treat sensations as an aberrations from the norm. This leads to a relunctance in most to further explore these aspects of human potentiality.

It is ironic that we trust technology to provide the ability to make us aware and yet we consider what resides in us as an abberation. We have been culturally conditioned to accept what authority wish to impose on us as acceptable norms regarding our individual spiritually. I can understand why the suppression of such potentiality has been discouraged. It has unforeseen ramification, and and unforeseen variances are not something authority is willing to deal with. I must disagree with when you state that such new thinking has been sanctioned. To me, it is more resembles an experiment with human guinea pigs.

Again, social conscious is easily swayed by conditioning, what is acceptable one day is demonized the next. While technological advances (implants) that are touted to improve the human condition are completely sanctioned; the human attempting to delve into the natural aspects of human potentially represents a threat that cannot be controlled. Just my opinion.
 Quoting: aka 20093181


good point
overview by nature functions (affects) above downwards

in hierarchical society that expresses as:
future dictates (structures) present forcing past (memory) into reconfiguration

there are at present no known overview personalities in political, military and belief leadership nor are any anticipated in our near future
 Quoting: aether


The sensation is condescension, produced by an inadequacy for proper summarization.tounge
 Quoting: aka 20093181


oh

i missed that

i understand condescension
can you rephrase what you say causes it
i don`t see what your sequence means/says
 Quoting: aether


The cause is based in a feeling re-enforced by experiences that the Brits are an ethocentric people, even more so than Americans. Being such, an unrecognized aire of superioty arises from their consciousness that they are unaware of. It translates into a inability to relate to some on a
basic human level. It is this self imposed separation of interaction on a variety of fundamental human conditions that restrict their understanding of those that are deemed culturally/socially/intellectually deficient. I attribute this in part to the aloof attitudes of the Brits royal hierarchy.. It is not that Brits donot engage, it is that there is a aire in whom they are willing to engage with and on what subject based on a predetermined evalutions. It is
my feeling that some are looked upon as merely intellegent savages. hehe. I read your comments through yesterday and I find your willingness to ask questions and be open to input a bit of an improvement. In my opinion it is preferable to engage rather then dispense information, I feel that sharing bring about quicker and more dynamic results.
I understand the impetus behind such motives are well intentioned, I also respect your ability to step out of the way to allow discourse to continue along avenues that you yourself may not share an interest in. As I said, you have my respect. When I posted my comments yesterday, they were from feeling w/o thought, and as such were raw. I shared them with you as an open criticism. If I was wrong in my feeling, then I was wrong. Thank you for your inquiry as
to my purpose in disclosing the reasons for my postings from yesterday.

The main reason however for the postings yesterday was beyond an expression of my feelings. It has to do with the perceptions of those inside and outside the moving group. As eye become more directed towards this thread, it is
important that it be viewed as being as transparent as possible. The biggest criticisms directed towards the moving group is that it is cryptic/secretive and that those within the group are operating in an exclusive manner so as to place themselves others. The feeling is that an
ethocentric inclusivity/exclusivity is at play. Being that this is an incorrect perception, I rightly or wrongly took it upon myself to prove this otherwise. Your requesting an explanation for my rather brusque comments to you goes a long way in demonstrating that these misperception of this moving group are not as well founded as portrayed.

Many within the moving group operate inside and outside the sphere of influence of this thread. I believe that this goes a long way to dispel any notions of what I described above. It however does not silence the critics. In an attempt to silence the critics as to what they claim are nefarious intentions, I acting within the precepts of my nature was openly critical of you. It was done not to inflict consternation but to allow an honest point to be demonstrated. The point being an openess and honesty for disagreemnet in discourse. I may have used you as punching bag in doing so but it was my feeling that this was the
most direct approach to demonstrating the fairly free nature of the discourse that is practiced here.

Oh by the way, the nobody, yesterday your comments to Aether displayed an unappealing display of sucking up,, much love.
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I like that. It reminds me of Tah-eh-Atz.

How can you have been here as long as you have been and not gone mad?

I'm on the brink personally lol. It's people like you, aether, sap, akashic, etc. that keep me here.
 Quoting: Cheshire~Cat


Hey Cheshire. I've been here for a while and it takes some sifting, lol.

You are in good company, and it is not an accident as you see things very easily.

There is much, much skewing that goes on here, which has made me rely on myself more. It's a good thing if you can 'see' the machinations in the many of the posters here. It's a mind fuck to many people not even knowing they are getting mind fucked.

Now you know why we have this little group. We can go to others of our group and ask them about everything (other threads and a massive variety of information), knowing we are getting responsible answers and creating a distillation of the information. Aether's threads do this. We create dialogue to figure out our questions. Now that I think of it, I don't think any of us here in our little 'clique' have really ever said another one of us is just plain wrong. It is talked about in a positive manner and helps manifest the idea of open mindedness through intelligent dialogue and related, cross pollinated topics.

pewpew
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I like that. It reminds me of Tah-eh-Atz.

How can you have been here as long as you have been and not gone mad?

I'm on the brink personally lol. It's people like you, aether, sap, akashic, etc. that keep me here.
 Quoting: Cheshire~Cat


Hey Cheshire. I've been here for a while and it takes some sifting, lol.

You are in good company, and it is not an accident as you see things very easily.

There is much, much skewing that goes on here, which has made me rely on myself more. It's a good thing if you can 'see' the machinations in the many of the posters here. It's a mind fuck to many people not even knowing they are getting mind fucked.

Now you know why we have this little group. We can go to others of our group and ask them about everything (other threads and a massive variety of information), knowing we are getting responsible answers and creating a distillation of the information. Aether's threads do this. We create dialogue to figure out our questions. Now that I think of it, I don't think any of us here in our little 'clique' have really ever said another one of us is just plain wrong. It is talked about in a positive manner and helps manifest the idea of open mindedness through intelligent dialogue and related, cross pollinated topics.

:pewpew:
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SOS, I never have to much to say. But something has changed, i feel it.
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Bioluminescent
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I like that. It reminds me of Tah-eh-Atz.

How can you have been here as long as you have been and not gone mad?

I'm on the brink personally lol. It's people like you, aether, sap, akashic, etc. that keep me here.
 Quoting: Cheshire~Cat


Hey Cheshire. I've been here for a while and it takes some sifting, lol.

You are in good company, and it is not an accident as you see things very easily.

There is much, much skewing that goes on here, which has made me rely on myself more. It's a good thing if you can 'see' the machinations in the many of the posters here. It's a mind fuck to many people not even knowing they are getting mind fucked.

Now you know why we have this little group. We can go to others of our group and ask them about everything (other threads and a massive variety of information), knowing we are getting responsible answers and creating a distillation of the information. Aether's threads do this. We create dialogue to figure out our questions. Now that I think of it, I don't think any of us here in our little 'clique' have really ever said another one of us is just plain wrong. It is talked about in a positive manner and helps manifest the idea of open mindedness through intelligent dialogue and related, cross pollinated topics.

pewpew
 Quoting: Saptaparna


SOS, I never have to much to say. But something has changed, i feel it.
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


Billy, I agree with you. If anything, I , at least, cans say that I have changed again. And, it feels as if there has been a change, but the manifestation of it has yet to be seen...if that makes sense.

I don't know why I want to write this in this post, but I have been reading on Buddha the last couple days. The world is at a place in time that is reminiscent of the era in which Gotama found himself.

On the cusp of a spiritual revolution. We are at The Second Axial, or pivotal point in spiritual enlightenment. It is right there, bubbling underneath everything; the suffering, the pain, the non-understanding of why humans behave the way we do, the questioning of organized religion, the awakening of the individual spiritual self, and the quest and seeking of how to spiritually better our lives by looking to the inside of us, instead of looking to the outside.

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I like that. It reminds me of Tah-eh-Atz.

How can you have been here as long as you have been and not gone mad?

I'm on the brink personally lol. It's people like you, aether, sap, akashic, etc. that keep me here.
 Quoting: Cheshire~Cat


Hey Cheshire. I've been here for a while and it takes some sifting, lol.

You are in good company, and it is not an accident as you see things very easily.

There is much, much skewing that goes on here, which has made me rely on myself more. It's a good thing if you can 'see' the machinations in the many of the posters here. It's a mind fuck to many people not even knowing they are getting mind fucked.

Now you know why we have this little group. We can go to others of our group and ask them about everything (other threads and a massive variety of information), knowing we are getting responsible answers and creating a distillation of the information. Aether's threads do this. We create dialogue to figure out our questions. Now that I think of it, I don't think any of us here in our little 'clique' have really ever said another one of us is just plain wrong. It is talked about in a positive manner and helps manifest the idea of open mindedness through intelligent dialogue and related, cross pollinated topics.

:pewpew:
 Quoting: Saptaparna


SOS, I never have to much to say. But something has changed, i feel it.
 Quoting: Nice Bootes Billy


Billy, I agree with you. If anything, I , at least, cans say that I have changed again. And, it feels as if there has been a change, but the manifestation of it has yet to be seen...if that makes sense.

I don't know why I want to write this in this post, but I have been reading on Buddha the last couple days. The world is at a place in time that is reminiscent of the era in which Gotama found himself.

On the cusp of a spiritual revolution. We are at The Second Axial, or pivotal point in spiritual enlightenment. It is right there, bubbling underneath everything; the suffering, the pain, the non-understanding of why humans behave the way we do, the questioning of organized religion, the awakening of the individual spiritual self, and the quest and seeking of how to spiritually better our lives by looking to the inside of us, instead of looking to the outside.
 Quoting: Saptaparna


I think Kali had the boots on last night. I swear, I had more arms than usual.
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HAHAHA! Awesome! I just googled Axial Age. Here is a link of another who has witnessed the same as myself in the last two days.

The Second Axial Age.
[link to spiritualnotreligious.blogspot.com]

Are we entering a second "axial age" similar in breadth, yet different in content than the first "axial age" (a term coined by German philosopher, Karl Jaspers, to depict the fruition of Hindu, Buddhist, Taoist, Confucian, Zoroastrian, Judean and Greek religious and wisdom traditions between approximately 900 BCE and 200 B.C.E.)?

Certainly, with the existential problems we collectively face, and our technologically advanced potential for communicating ideas in a truly global culture, the ground is ripe for an emerging consensus of spiritual insight based upon the latent similarities in all the world's great wisdom traditions. And, perhaps, what we are seeing in the radicalization of fundamentalists across existing religious traditions is indicative of a reaction against a newly emerging "axial age" that embraces the core non-dual teachings of all the world's great wisdom traditions and the emerging consensus about global bio-genesis, global interdependency, and the key role that consciousness plays in shaping our world.
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~ Spinning infinity. The wheel is spinning me and it's never ending.
~ What if I say I'm not like the others? What if I say I'm not just another one of of your plays?


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