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woke up today at 8.45 am uk time
got up and ate some breakfast
because there was nothing i wanted to do until 10.30 am i went back to bed at 9.10 am
i did not got into sleep
i do not think
i did talk to the women (throat chakra) again consciously hence i understood (heard)the meanings of the words we spoke
we completed our talk and i become "awake" again but i had not been to sleep
i am certain
to my pleasant surprise it was 10.25 am and my throat only expressed very mild dryness which has persisted
i also notice my throat has become sensitive to what i swallow/inhale thus is noticeably steering my decision process's on topics that involve what i eat/drink/inhale

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"Another very strange finding from the same place is one big jade cup and twelve little jade cups. As the twelve cups are man-made, and each one is a little bit different in size, if you fill them up perfectly with water and you put the twelve cups of water inside the big cup, the big cup is completely filled.


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good morning

right on topic of where we are moving into rockon
 Quoting: aether


Morning everyone.

Reminds me of the 13=12+1.

13=12+1

HF
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Good morning everyone hi

13spheres
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_Alive, therefore life itself.
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Good morning everyone hi

13spheres
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The Fruit of Life.

Nicely done.

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good day to you aether,,

the direction is not followed nor led,,

it just is,,

the direction of imminance,,

much love,,
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hugs
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Yes eye c.

Does not stop my need for the reason of why though. tounge

I read the tablets of thoth some time back, quite recently as a matter of fact, and in them he describes word for word the same experience as mine, "I knelt before him on his throne of stone". cool2
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i don`t know
we have not got that far yet , at least i have not
i imagine everything will form sense into sense as we continue to sense the feed back of our sense
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"Another very strange finding from the same place is one big jade cup and twelve little jade cups. As the twelve cups are man-made, and each one is a little bit different in size, if you fill them up perfectly with water and you put the twelve cups of water inside the big cup, the big cup is completely filled.


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good morning

right on topic of where we are moving into rockon
 Quoting: aether


Morning everyone.

Reminds me of the 13=12+1.

13=12+1

HF
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good morning
nassim tells similar concerning 12 around 1
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Good morning everyone hi

13spheres
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hey herethere
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woke up today at 8.45 am uk time
got up and ate some breakfast
because there was nothing i wanted to do until 10.30 am i went back to bed at 9.10 am
i did not got into sleep
i do not think
i did talk to the women (throat chakra) again consciously hence i understood (heard)the meanings of the words we spoke
we completed our talk and i become "awake" again but i had not been to sleep
i am certain
to my pleasant surprise it was 10.25 am and my throat only expressed very mild dryness which has persisted
i also notice my throat has become sensitive to what i swallow/inhale thus is noticeably steering my decision process's on topics that involve what i eat/drink/inhale
 Quoting: aether


What did she look like and what did she and you talk about? When I read this I instantly remembered that in my dream you changed your avatar and I was shocked that it was still the lion man.
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little hangover today lol
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Report: Syrian Army seals off Damascus following attacks on the capital


Syrian government troops on Saturday closed all roads leading to the capital, Damascus, after opposition rebels attacked checkpoints in various parts of the city, activists said.

"Around 13 army checkpoints were attacked at the entrances of the capital, Damascus. This prompted the government troops to close areas, especially those leading to the eastern, western and southern suburbs of the capital," Haytham Abdullah, a Syrian activist based in Damascus, told dpa.



[link to www.haaretz.com]
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woke up today at 8.45 am uk time
got up and ate some breakfast
because there was nothing i wanted to do until 10.30 am i went back to bed at 9.10 am
i did not got into sleep
i do not think
i did talk to the women (throat chakra) again consciously hence i understood (heard)the meanings of the words we spoke
we completed our talk and i become "awake" again but i had not been to sleep
i am certain
to my pleasant surprise it was 10.25 am and my throat only expressed very mild dryness which has persisted
i also notice my throat has become sensitive to what i swallow/inhale thus is noticeably steering my decision process's on topics that involve what i eat/drink/inhale
 Quoting: aether


What did she look like and what did she and you talk about? When I read this I instantly remembered that in my dream you changed your avatar and I was shocked that it was still the lion man.
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my avatar will change when i can size this properly

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War is Hell.



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War is Hell.



hf
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agreed bump
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I was gonna play war, but this fits well (:



hf
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Of course! The death culture we inhabit could really learn from it's own underground sex culture, lmao.
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a city of necrophiles sorta thing?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Uhm, no, lol. Dealing with aggression via consensual agreement, dealing with fidelity issues by testing boundaries, things like that. I didn't say combine them, for Chrissake! LMAO!
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


Sorry, I take things and run with them.One is always framed by it's opposite. As it delivers the most abject/objective vantage point. All that it is not is what other is.

Cheers, A festbock salud!
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Brea, as to the first bold: they already are and agreed.

Dion, as to the second:

we spend a lot of time talking about moving away from 'duality'... thinking of stuff as compared to a single 'oposite'.
and while i agree with u that a thing can be better understood when also contemplating what it is *not*, don't you think Christ's lessson (trinity over duality) and the growing understanding of the rainbow nature of the human personality (sex identity being just an example) should also teach that if we wish to go a step further we can compare a thing to system instead of 'things' instead of a singular 'thing'.

i guess i'm trying to say that it seems incomplete to balance an idea on only one other idea.

the singular lamniscate might be as imaginary as zero and infinity.

six fold geometry sujests itself to me.
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a city of necrophiles sorta thing?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Uhm, no, lol. Dealing with aggression via consensual agreement, dealing with fidelity issues by testing boundaries, things like that. I didn't say combine them, for Chrissake! LMAO!
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


Sorry, I take things and run with them.One is always framed by it's opposite. As it delivers the most abject/objective vantage point. All that it is not is what other is.

Cheers, A festbock salud!
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Brea, as to the first bold: they already are and agreed.

Dion, as to the second:

we spend a lot of time talking about moving away from 'duality'... thinking of stuff as compared to a single 'oposite'.
and while i agree with u that a thing can be better understood when also contemplating what it is *not*, don't you think Christ's lessson (trinity over duality) and the growing understanding of the rainbow nature of the human personality (sex identity being just an example) should also teach that if we wish to go a step further we can compare a thing to system instead of 'things' instead of a singular 'thing'.

i guess i'm trying to say that it seems incomplete to balance an idea on only one other idea.

the singular lamniscate might be as imaginary as zero and infinity.

six fold geometry sujests itself to me.
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complexity is simpler sense when seen whole

i like that
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a city of necrophiles sorta thing?
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Uhm, no, lol. Dealing with aggression via consensual agreement, dealing with fidelity issues by testing boundaries, things like that. I didn't say combine them, for Chrissake! LMAO!
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


Sorry, I take things and run with them.One is always framed by it's opposite. As it delivers the most abject/objective vantage point. All that it is not is what other is.

Cheers, A festbock salud!
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Brea, as to the first bold: they already are and agreed.

Dion, as to the second:

we spend a lot of time talking about moving away from 'duality'... thinking of stuff as compared to a single 'oposite'.
and while i agree with u that a thing can be better understood when also contemplating what it is *not*, don't you think Christ's lessson (trinity over duality) and the growing understanding of the rainbow nature of the human personality (sex identity being just an example) should also teach that if we wish to go a step further we can compare a thing to system instead of 'things' instead of a singular 'thing'.

i guess i'm trying to say that it seems incomplete to balance an idea on only one other idea.

the singular lamniscate might be as imaginary as zero and infinity.

six fold geometry sujests itself to me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24542515


It is not a duality unless you construe it as one. In fact it is tripartite and in realization monopolar. As to realize a thing you must be it.

When they tell you they want one with everything they mean it.

Transcendental and Temporal are the parts that leap to mind.
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Uhm, no, lol. Dealing with aggression via consensual agreement, dealing with fidelity issues by testing boundaries, things like that. I didn't say combine them, for Chrissake! LMAO!
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


Sorry, I take things and run with them.One is always framed by it's opposite. As it delivers the most abject/objective vantage point. All that it is not is what other is.

Cheers, A festbock salud!
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Brea, as to the first bold: they already are and agreed.

Dion, as to the second:

we spend a lot of time talking about moving away from 'duality'... thinking of stuff as compared to a single 'oposite'.
and while i agree with u that a thing can be better understood when also contemplating what it is *not*, don't you think Christ's lessson (trinity over duality) and the growing understanding of the rainbow nature of the human personality (sex identity being just an example) should also teach that if we wish to go a step further we can compare a thing to system instead of 'things' instead of a singular 'thing'.

i guess i'm trying to say that it seems incomplete to balance an idea on only one other idea.

the singular lamniscate might be as imaginary as zero and infinity.

six fold geometry sujests itself to me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24542515


It is not a duality unless you construe it as one. In fact it is tripartite and in realization monopolar. As to realize a thing you must be it.

When they tell you they want one with everything they mean it.

Transcendental and Temporal are the parts that leap to mind.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


good morning

can we say that by structuring 2 or more we can become the singular affect of what we have constructed
thus we know how we got there but we no longer express how we got there
we express what we are having arrived
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What's the mainstream's problem with Arp?

If they know:
[link to adsabs.harvard.edu]

and they know this:
[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]

Then even without EU, it seems they would reason:
1. There are highly ionized galaxies that show high redshift.
2. Dynamo theory (their cause for magnetic fields, without net charged objects), means spinning galaxies with lots of ions should have strong magnetic fields.
3. Magnetic fields cause redshift.
Therefore, these highly ionized galaxies we see should have a higher redshift than we expect from Hubble's Law.

So even if the mainstream does not believe any of EU theory, should'nt they still have figured out that Halton Arp was right about non velocity redshifts for these galaxies?
 Quoting: observation



 Quoting: aether


"non velocity redshift"

what an excellent collection of words.
brings to mind the sensation of standing still while zooming.

the sensation(measurement) of relative motion does not fully depend upon speed/vector?


and this would of course get rid of the nessesity for (the imaginary idea of)dark energy and means that we cannot know the nature of expansion vs contraction in the greater cosmos?
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What's the mainstream's problem with Arp?

If they know:
[link to adsabs.harvard.edu]

and they know this:
[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]

Then even without EU, it seems they would reason:
1. There are highly ionized galaxies that show high redshift.
2. Dynamo theory (their cause for magnetic fields, without net charged objects), means spinning galaxies with lots of ions should have strong magnetic fields.
3. Magnetic fields cause redshift.
Therefore, these highly ionized galaxies we see should have a higher redshift than we expect from Hubble's Law.

So even if the mainstream does not believe any of EU theory, should'nt they still have figured out that Halton Arp was right about non velocity redshifts for these galaxies?
 Quoting: observation



 Quoting: aether


"non velocity redshift"

what an excellent collection of words.
brings to mind the sensation of standing still while zooming.

the sensation(measurement) of relative motion does not fully depend upon speed/vector?


and this would of course get rid of the nessesity for (the imaginary idea of)dark energy and means that we cannot know the nature of expansion vs contraction in the greater cosmos?
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thumbs

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the skys have been interestingly busy today indeed,,

those usually hidden,, were not,,

a visual delight within plain sight,, for all too see,,

and yet the specticle was majoritally missed by the hurrying christmas shoppers,,

it is particulary interesting how focus remains dutifully focused and content in greator acceptable ignorance,,

much love,,


much love,,
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Uhm, no, lol. Dealing with aggression via consensual agreement, dealing with fidelity issues by testing boundaries, things like that. I didn't say combine them, for Chrissake! LMAO!
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


Sorry, I take things and run with them.One is always framed by it's opposite. As it delivers the most abject/objective vantage point. All that it is not is what other is.

Cheers, A festbock salud!
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Brea, as to the first bold: they already are and agreed.

Dion, as to the second:

we spend a lot of time talking about moving away from 'duality'... thinking of stuff as compared to a single 'oposite'.
and while i agree with u that a thing can be better understood when also contemplating what it is *not*, don't you think Christ's lessson (trinity over duality) and the growing understanding of the rainbow nature of the human personality (sex identity being just an example) should also teach that if we wish to go a step further we can compare a thing to system instead of 'things' instead of a singular 'thing'.

i guess i'm trying to say that it seems incomplete to balance an idea on only one other idea.

the singular lamniscate might be as imaginary as zero and infinity.

six fold geometry sujests itself to me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24542515


It is not a duality unless you construe it as one. In fact it is tripartite and in realization monopolar. As to realize a thing you must be it.

When they tell you they want one with everything they mean it.

Transcendental and Temporal are the parts that leap to mind.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


curious combo, that is.

what does transcendental mean to you?
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Sirius was said to be red once. But then it changed to blue.

Seneca commented that Sirius was of a deeper red than Mars, while Ptolemy labeled the star “reddish” and grouped it with five other stars, all of which are indeed of red or orange aspect.


Sirius A
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the skys have been interestingly busy today indeed,,

those usually hidden,, were not,,

a visual delight within plain sight,, for all too see,,

and yet the specticle was majoritally missed by the hurrying christmas shoppers,,

it is particulary interesting how focus remains dutifully focused and content in greator acceptable ignorance,,

much love,,


much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 29282353


i noticed that this morning
all planes in geometric formation and more of them than normally noticeable
prompted me to say to the person i was with tongue in cheek
"are they in a race"
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Sorry, I take things and run with them.One is always framed by it's opposite. As it delivers the most abject/objective vantage point. All that it is not is what other is.

Cheers, A festbock salud!
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Brea, as to the first bold: they already are and agreed.

Dion, as to the second:

we spend a lot of time talking about moving away from 'duality'... thinking of stuff as compared to a single 'oposite'.
and while i agree with u that a thing can be better understood when also contemplating what it is *not*, don't you think Christ's lessson (trinity over duality) and the growing understanding of the rainbow nature of the human personality (sex identity being just an example) should also teach that if we wish to go a step further we can compare a thing to system instead of 'things' instead of a singular 'thing'.

i guess i'm trying to say that it seems incomplete to balance an idea on only one other idea.

the singular lamniscate might be as imaginary as zero and infinity.

six fold geometry sujests itself to me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24542515


It is not a duality unless you construe it as one. In fact it is tripartite and in realization monopolar. As to realize a thing you must be it.

When they tell you they want one with everything they mean it.

Transcendental and Temporal are the parts that leap to mind.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


good morning

can we say that by structuring 2 or more we can become the singular affect of what we have constructed
thus we know how we got there but we no longer express how we got there
we express what we are having arrived
 Quoting: aether


hmmm.

there are many percieved singular effects. the mind of a beehive. the mind/body of a human. the mind of God.

these all seem like singluar 'effects' and certainly the experienc3e of ego is a singular effect, yes?

but to understand the singular we usually frame it as a dulaity of oposing 'forces': oposites.

my thought, both today, and a diferent day was/is that framing an idea or a personality in only two mnytually apposing terms is incomplete and leads to false logic and icorrect conclusions.

i agree that being there is more important than understanding how the path moved us there, but i still seek to frame the singular, just one more step beyond duality, and yes maybe trinity, but my thoughts took me to a pair of trinities, balanced like a lamniscate with each trinity at right angles to the other.

nice to have that thoguht brought back to me
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Sirius was said to be red once. But then it changed to blue.

Seneca commented that Sirius was of a deeper red than Mars, while Ptolemy labeled the star “reddish” and grouped it with five other stars, all of which are indeed of red or orange aspect.


Sirius A
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Green Sun Over Egypt

The standard interpretations of Egyptian pyramid texts date from the late 1800's. Nobody at that time had considered even the possibility of a different solar-system order having pertained just 6000 years ago; quite naturally, all explanations given were in terms of present reality, even though the fit could be seen to be a forced one.
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de ja vu talking to you on this topic tounge
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Sirius was said to be red once. But then it changed to blue.

Seneca commented that Sirius was of a deeper red than Mars, while Ptolemy labeled the star “reddish” and grouped it with five other stars, all of which are indeed of red or orange aspect.


Sirius A
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Green Sun Over Egypt

The standard interpretations of Egyptian pyramid texts date from the late 1800's. Nobody at that time had considered even the possibility of a different solar-system order having pertained just 6000 years ago; quite naturally, all explanations given were in terms of present reality, even though the fit could be seen to be a forced one.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.bearfabrique.org]

de ja vu talking to you on this topic tounge
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oh
the emerald tablet tounge
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this ones account is not of planes dear aether,,

though the mention of formations is lucidly agree-able,,

the sight witnessed is one which may become far more familular in the very near future indeed,,


much love,,
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the skys have been interestingly busy today indeed,,

those usually hidden,, were not,,

a visual delight within plain sight,, for all too see,,

and yet the specticle was majoritally missed by the hurrying christmas shoppers,,

it is particulary interesting how focus remains dutifully focused and content in greator acceptable ignorance,,

much love,,


much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 29282353


i noticed that this morning
all planes in geometric formation and more of them than normally noticeable
prompted me to say to the person i was with tongue in cheek
"are they in a race"
 Quoting: aether




hf
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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