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Seer777
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Here is the generally accepted Bible version.

Compare and contrast...


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Not sure how you took my statement and jumped up on your high horse to lecture me about race mixing...Didn't even mention or hint at any prejudices against race mixing.


Just stating a scientific fact.
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I wasn't lecturing you Rayz...

I thought we were having a conversation.


I know, you know, I know.

Right?


Most of the time I just flow with what comes out.

You should try not to get irked quite so easily. You will find communication flows easier when one needs not walk on eggshells around another.

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Not sure how you took my statement and jumped up on your high horse to lecture me about race mixing...Didn't even mention or hint at any prejudices against race mixing.


Just stating a scientific fact.
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I wasn't lecturing you Rayz...

I thought we were having a conversation.


I know, you know, I know.

Right?


Most of the time I just flow with what comes out.

You should try not to get irked quite so easily. You will find communication flows easier when one needs not walk on eggshells around another.

hf
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That's not irked...Not even slightly aggravated right now.

but it was kinda weird how you did that...It was unintentional I guess.
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That's not irked...Not even slightly aggravated right now.

but it was kinda weird how you did that...It was unintentional I guess.
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I will admit, I try to avoid upsetting you...

So, if you add that to your perception of me, then you will see my intention.


Do note how I stayed out of the 'Bat$hit' thread. That kind of conflict is not for me.

:)
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I also differ from your opinion that race mixing/multi cult on a large scale is beneficial to a functional homogeneous society.

If it really was, the blood thirsty zio bankers wouldn't be pushing it so hard.

You think maybe they are trying to make a country with an easier to manage and less wealthy/independent group in the majority(white Europeans, the backbone of western civ)

Common sense.

Also, multi culti always ends up dividing...It does the opposite of it's stated case...It's BS NWO propaganda.
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That's not irked...Not even slightly aggravated right now.

but it was kinda weird how you did that...It was unintentional I guess.
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I will admit, I try to avoid upsetting you...

So, if you add that to your perception of me, then you will see my intention.


Do note how I stayed out of the 'Bat$hit' thread. That kind of conflict is not for me.

:)
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lol...really you don't have to...If I disagree with you on something, it's not personal. Even if my language or demeanor appears to be hostile.

It's just my writing style I guess.
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lol...really you don't have to...If I disagree with you on something, it's not personal. Even if my language or demeanor appears to be hostile.

It's just my writing style I guess.
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I am very sensitive to writing styles. I can feel the energy behind the words, the intention as well. Almost like you are standing in front of me while I watch you speak.

I am sure many do it this way.


I am sure you have some image of me you hold in your Mind when we speak as far as my appearance.

For example, when aether said he was 6'2" the other day I was completely shocked. I pictured him shorter, so you can see that it is not highly accurate.

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lol...really you don't have to...If I disagree with you on something, it's not personal. Even if my language or demeanor appears to be hostile.

It's just my writing style I guess.
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I am very sensitive to writing styles. I can feel the energy behind the words, the intention as well. Almost like you are standing in front of me while I watch you speak.

I am sure many do it this way.


I am sure you have some image of me you hold in your Mind when we speak as far as my appearance.

For example, when aether said he was 6'2" the other day I was completely shocked. I pictured him shorter, so you can see that it is not highly accurate.

tounge
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Yeah, I agree. Although you pick up on the passionate/charged with energy feeling to my vibe when certain topics are brought up...

I'm not like this guy:
tounge


I'm used to arguing with paid shill lowlifes and Jewish "activists"...So I need to tone it down with friends I guess.

hf
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Yeah, I agree. Although you pick up on the passionate/charged with energy feeling to my vibe when certain topics are brought up...

I'm not like this guy:
tounge


I'm used to arguing with paid shill lowlifes and Jewish "activists"...So I need to tone it down with friends I guess.

hf
 Quoting: Rayrayz


That clip was funny, until it was disturbing.



Like this...

lmao









chuckle









lmao









blink











damned



I guess that's the point though...Balance the disturbing with the humor.

Easier to take that way.

balance3
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Yeah, I agree. Although you pick up on the passionate/charged with energy feeling to my vibe when certain topics are brought up...

I'm not like this guy:
tounge


I'm used to arguing with paid shill lowlifes and Jewish "activists"...So I need to tone it down with friends I guess.

hf
 Quoting: Rayrayz


That clip was funny, until it was disturbing.



Like this...

lmao









chuckle









lmao









blink











damned



I guess that's the point though...Balance the disturbing with the humor.

Easier to take that way.

balance3
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Indeed...

Humor and disturbing are not mutually exclusive sometimes.

Kubrick was going for realism.
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Indeed...

Humor and disturbing are not mutually exclusive sometimes.

Kubrick was going for realism.
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So true...

Why is that do you think?


Like when we see someone fall down and/or lightly hurt themselves, the response is laughter...Physical comedy.

We do this from childhood. It is not learned it is innate.

Even babies do it.

hmm
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Indeed...

Humor and disturbing are not mutually exclusive sometimes.

Kubrick was going for realism.
 Quoting: Rayrayz


So true...

Why is that do you think?


Like when we see someone fall down and/or lightly hurt themselves, the response is laughter...Physical comedy.

We do this from childhood. It is not learned it is innate.

Even babies do it.

hmm
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Not sure...

Although most comedians come from a life of pain and insecurity...So there is a mechanism within the human psyche to shift that pain into humor...
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Not sure...

Although most comedians come from a life of pain and insecurity...So there is a mechanism within the human psyche to shift that pain into humor...
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Yes.

It certainly helps...

tounge



The Jester is the 'Fool'. They entertain. Humor often touches pain.


Especially wit, as somewhat 'dark' humor goes...

Wit is how one recognizes that light in the dark.

:)


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rofl

reminds me of someone whom knew me quite well asked

"why do you always laugh at angry men"

it appears laughter multi tasks including
prompting us to see
how we are never needing to be
if we would but see
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Saturn’s Northern Hot Spot
Nov 28, 2012

Electric Universe advocates were not surprised by Saturn’s hot poles.

In a past press release, NASA scientists admitted their surprise at finding a hot north pole on Saturn, although the term “hot” is relative. The temperature of the pole is around 72 Kelvin (about minus 200 Celsius). Although the northern latitudes of Saturn were hidden from the Sun since 1995, the temperatures are equivalent to those radiated from the south pole.

According to Glenn Orton, one of two scientists monitoring the infrared spectrometer onboard the Cassini spacecraft: “We had speculated that the south pole hot spot was connected to the southern, sunlit conditions. Since the north pole has been deprived of sunlight since the arrival of winter in 1995, we didn’t expect to find a similar feature there.”

Cassini mission specialists speculated that the glow from Saturn’s north pole appears to be caused by convection currents carrying heat from warmer southern climes. As Leigh Fletcher, planetary scientist from Oxford University, said: “The hot spots are the result of air moving polewards, being compressed and heated up as it descends over the poles into the depths of Saturn. The driving forces behind the motion, and indeed the global motion of Saturn’s atmosphere, still need to be understood.”..............
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[link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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Still say its probably nothing more than a large Jupiter sized planet 3 or 4 times further out then Sedna. If all is orbiting the galactic center then all background objects would stay relatively in stable positions relative to each other, even if outside the orbit of our solar system. So relative parallax of distances fails to impress upon me any certainty in their measurements and distances.

And has anyone really looked at photos of galaxies? Plasma and dust so thick you can't hardly see stars inside, but we can see clearly out? [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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that is a good point no one wishes to discuss

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Universal Communication thru Water ... hf
Quantum Entangled water




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Ad electric water or is it electro-magnetic water?
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Environmental Energy - the Discovery of a new physical Truth: there is no energy in matter other than that received from the environment
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looking at the presence of water in our blood, eyes, ears, pineal gland etc. etc. we reached the conclusion that water is a brilliant transmitter/translator of the incoming information
like everything else, it is not that it possess "life" of it`s own
it animates the continuous expression life uniquely . as in:

water does it it`s way and helps us get clever/ understand when our environmental energy changes the content of it`s information because of the way water does what it does
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Thought: is water being used in this context equate to the 'aether', or the SCEM (Singularity Charges of E/M)
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we discovered concerning living things that the distributed water content within the living things body is a "processor" of information
it acts as a feedback process between inward environmental energy (information/charge) and the living thing the water is in
seems the water decides how to translate the incoming information into the best sequence of instruction for the functionality of the lifeforms it is within
so the water inside a living thing places itself in the life support role in the context of information management
same for earth and it`s water
it seems
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anger has become one of humanities most addictive emotions and one of the most attractive attributes
the majority of traditions within our societies are constructed around the scale of anger manifested and the accompanying emotions it generates in others inclusive of sexual attraction

anger is a natural sense like our sense of pain etc. that exist to prompt us to discover the cause of our anger/pain and rectify it

in the absence of information knowing the structural function of our environment senses such as anger and pain have been elevated to "holy" and integrated into our way of life thus incorporating suffering as a condition of life deemed natural

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anger has become one of humanities most addictive emotions and one of the most attractive attributes
the majority of traditions within our societies are constructed around the scale of anger manifested and the accompanying emotions it generates in others inclusive of sexual attraction

anger is a natural sense like our sense of pain etc. that exist to prompt us to discover the cause of our anger/pain and rectify it

in the absence of information knowing the structural function of our environment senses such as anger and pain have been elevated to "holy" and integrated into our way of life thus incorporating suffering as a condition of life deemed natural
 Quoting: aether


there is no noticeable alteration to this state generally expected until 2118 approx within our previous orientation

our new reorientation information may alter that date looking at the information contained within it but we will not know until we commence expressing our reorientation information

that has hardly commenced yet
so
we will see over our coming year or so

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full moon Wednesday 28th November 2012

RIO = Wednesday * 28th Nov 2012 * 12:46:00 pm (BRST)
NEW YORK = Wednesday * 28th Nov 2012 * 09:46:00 am (EST)
MEXICO CITY = Wednesday * 28th Nov 2012 * 08:46:00 am (CDT)
LOS ANGELES = Wednesday * 28th Nov 2012 * 06:46:00 am (PST)
 Quoting: observation


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I just watched "Symbols of an Alien Sky" again, and caught something big I never noticed before. How can we have a nearly full Mars, right in front of a crescent Saturn? It's not an error on Talbott's part. The ancient drawings show the same thing. Think! I swear it will hit you like a ton of bricks when you get it.
For starters, realize that to see a crescent (less than half) of Saturn means that it must be lit by a source more distant than Saturn itself. But then why not a crescent Mars?
In "Symbols of an Alien Sky", Talbott shows a picture of Saturn with the crescent at the bottom, a full Mars, and it is labeled midnight (on Earth). There is a picture of Saturn with the crescent at the top, a full Mars, and it is labeled noon. We are told during this segment, that our current sun did not even appear in the sky at these times.

If people could see a polar configuration of planets, day or night, they must be in the northern hemisphere. If the sun was at the south pole, it would explain two things:
1. they did not see the sun because it was not visible from their latitude.
and
2. Mars was full because it was lit from the sun behind us . This would also be consistent with the alignment of other planets, just adding our sun behind us.
But then why a thin crescent of Saturn? And how could it be noon or midnight with out our sun ever being in the sky?
Anyone? Anyone? I'll put the answer but I'd like to see someone get that same kick I did from figuring it out.

Let's imagine our solar system spiraling on a Birkeland current filament, with another star across from us on the other filament. Now let's enter a z-pinch. Observers on Earth, unaware of the filaments we are in, just see a star moving closer to us. The star moves faster and faster towards us, and then all of a sudden, stops, and appears to just hover at the same distance from us. (sound familiar to any religious,mythological stories?) After the z-pinch, the other star recedes slowly at first, but picks up speed, and finally, it's just another background star.
What happens to our solar system during z-pinch? We are no longer a sun with orbiting planets, but instead become part of a bigger system, where our planets and sun spiral around the z-pinch. The orbital speed of the planets in the original system are going to determine which leads the way in the new magnetic field. (it's a bit complicated, but we'll come back to it in another post).
So, we've got our planets in a line, in a polar configuration, with another star lighting them from the side. Our sun, behind us, still lighting the face of Mars ahead of us. Earth's daylight in the northern hemisphere comes from the other star, as does that crescent phase of Saturn (which is why observers saw the crescent at the top of saturn during noon, and at the bottom at night).

All this, by the way, was right in the mythology. Combine "Saturn Myth" ideas of golden age during a polar alignment, with "Lost Star of Myth and Time" ideas of golden age occurring as another star takes us towards some "seat of universal magnetism". [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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here is beginning to feel like everywhere else and not different to everywhere else

step by step tounge
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I am not one to ever think inside the box on most subjects. I have a B.A. in business, a Masters in Philosophy, a Doctor of Biblical Studies majoring in Apologetics and a Ph.D. in Christian Apologetics. I found you guys while researching my Doctoral Thesis for my Ph.D. which is on the Sun from a Biblical and Scientific point of view. I have one chapter on the electrical sun.

I found that many here consider Christians to be terrorists so I do not plan to say very much. I wonder if they came to that conclusion scientifically. An important note on what is science is differentiating between Operational Science and Historical science. Operational science is the science we use to test the observable and measurable. Historical science examines the affect to determine the cause. An example is this: one can use operational science to prove the universe is full of plasma but figuring out how the plasma got there in the first place would be historical science. Today the scientific industrial complex is not open to new ideas particularly those that might allow a divine foot in the door. The searching for the origin of the plasma does seem to point to the God hypothesis I believe.

I talk on this subject in a recent lecture. I must warn you the matter may be offensive to many as it includes a lot of theology. But also I talk of history, philosophy and science. I also mention the E.U. model briefly. Here is a link to my talk.
[link to reasonablefaithspringtexas.org]
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this /\ is going to be singular affect being the cause of all affect

maybe someone will be interested in listening to it and tell me i am wrong tounge
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“honeymoon effect.” We all remember moments when we were deeply in love. We felt healthy and energetic. Life was so beautiful it was like heaven on Earth. “That honeymoon effect was not an accident; it was a creation,” “You personally created that.”

When we fall in love, our conscious minds, with our wishes and desires, are running almost full-time—not 5 percent of the time, but 95 percent. That condition can be life-changing. “The only difference between heaven and hell on this planet is the difference between running on the creative wishes of the conscious mind or running on the sabotaging, disempowering beliefs of the subconscious mind.”
[link to steppingintowellness.wordpress.com]
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“honeymoon effect.” We all remember moments when we were deeply in love. We felt healthy and energetic. Life was so beautiful it was like heaven on Earth. “That honeymoon effect was not an accident; it was a creation,” “You personally created that.”

When we fall in love, our conscious minds, with our wishes and desires, are running almost full-time—not 5 percent of the time, but 95 percent. That condition can be life-changing. “The only difference between heaven and hell on this planet is the difference between running on the creative wishes of the conscious mind or running on the sabotaging, disempowering beliefs of the subconscious mind.”
[link to steppingintowellness.wordpress.com]
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


to be fair to our subconscious mind it by default fits into whatever environment it discovers it`self within because there is no location within our material or non material universe it is not knowing of because it knows our universe
that being said it by default incorporates what our conscious self insists is reality also into it`s/our conscious process as best it can causing the least harm to ourselves generally

the habits we form into our subconscious generally are our beliefs (tradition) infused into us by whomever looks after us and generally those are accepted because within our magnetosphere because there never existed, since the end of our golden age, emotional/practical information of any significant difference to all the information that had always existed since the golden age end

it is only within our past few decades our informational emotional environmental state has begun to alter thus prompting the possibility of our infusing our subconscious with transformational emotional information unlike any imagined within our past including our golden age

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it is not falling in love that is the key alone
it is what your emotional informational state/experiences whilst within love is that turns the key thus providing practical and material feedback incorporated within it`s blissful emotions

the one thing love can never be labeled as is faith based tounge

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