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Childern;

One seed carries the unlimited potential to create a vast forest.
One spark carries the unlimited potential to destroy a forest.

One drop of water, carries the unlimited potential to create a thousand ripples.

One thought of love, creates a thousand generations.


Binary current. 1+0.



God and one.

The one and unlimited potential.


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liked this except the part of 'children' lol-kinda creepychuckle

the song is also the notes
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


We are all childern.

Bathed in potential.
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I think it's hopelessness, and the accompanying rage which occurs in its wake.

Women generally destroy themselves.

Men often take 'others' with them.


 Quoting: Seer777


tricky topic
the emotional experience we (people on this planet) provide each and every child (no exclusions)

is what we are in reality
 Quoting: aether


that is true
i never noticed that trait
women know why
men do not

?
 Quoting: aether


On this topic...

Women will often become sad and introspective. Hating ones 'Self'. Feeling like a failure.

Men often become angry and explosive. Externalizing the pain having felt it perpetrated upon them.



hf
 Quoting: Seer777


women think for everyone
men think for themselves

?

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When younger I used to love raves, I would go and watch everyone worship the music in dance, I would see the space inbetween them and it was far from empty we would become a wave sweating dancing all connected as one through the beat.

It was a natural thing we did to just let go close your eyes and follow the beat.

But what I always wondered was were the waves go.
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and both tender too label with equal gusto,,

lol,,


much love,,
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Hey nobody.

I appreciate your affection.

I communicate with others via other means.. and sometimes they post my words and as me.. where they feel it is prudent.

I am busy exasperating my own thoughts.. to move pass what i know, to find what i didnt know, i knew.

An ongoing dialog as vast as a frorest..

is the sensation.
 Quoting: Aether

tounge


When i find what i didnt know, i knew.. i will be back.

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When younger I used to love raves, I would go and watch everyone worship the music in dance, I would see the space inbetween them and it was far from empty we would become a wave sweating dancing all connected as one through the beat.

It was a natural thing we did to just let go close your eyes and follow the beat.

But what I always wondered was were the waves go.
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multiplicity within 0,,


feels uniform in all capacities when understood,,



much love,,
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@ether,

Women want to be wanted.
men want to be loved.

Women desire power.
Men desire beauty.

Men manifest the seed.
Women bath it in potential.

Potential has faith in you Aether. If it didnt, you would not be.

Until we meet again.

Love

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women think for everyone
men think for themselves

?
 Quoting: aether


Perhaps women blame themselves for the more disturbing Nature of their Man children.

And Men unconsciously despise 'Her' for that, as it causes 'Him' to feel a failure.


As 'He' is natured to seek the warmth of woman...

yinyang





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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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women think for everyone
men think for themselves

?
 Quoting: aether


Perhaps women blame themselves for the more disturbing Nature of their Man children.

And Men unconsciously despise 'Her' for that, as it causes 'Him' to feel a failure.


As 'He' is natured to seek the warmth of woman...

yinyang





Life1123581321
 Quoting: Seer777


that feels important to see
thank you tounge
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see you soon 0 cheer

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i removed it mickey
made me feel ill

tounge
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I understand. Those images made me feel ill too, which is why I showed my side of things.

It's what I see... as well as others. Unfortunately for some, it's a subject they can't handle.

Thankfully others aren't cowards and aren't afraid to discuss the 'S' word...

Thread: School Scene in I, Pet Goat 2 - Children Being 'Sacrificed' by the APPLE CONCEPTION - Lotus Birth [SANDY=GREASE!]?!

Thread: NEWTOWN VICTIMS AGES 100% MATCH OCCULT RITUAL SACRIFICE NUMBERS (3/6/7/9/11)

Thread: School shooting was ritual sacrifice of children prior the the end of the Mayan calendar...

I tried to warn GLP, but all I got was ridicule and mocking.

You know it.

Do a search on the 'S' word... don't take my word for it.

I've never deleted / censored a post in my life. I welcome any and all opinions... but that's just me.

For someone to say that I'm taking 'their' images and 'molesting' them is mean and spiteful. Those were created by artists outside of GLP.

How selfish can one be to take such an important warning and turn it into something it's not. The nerve of some people... and to think I apologized for it. Never again.

I stand by my interpretation of them... which I really don't have to because time has proven them to be accurate.

peace
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This is truly how I see it...

unclemikey-307

It's not an attack on ony specific person. All one has to do is watch the movies I've made to understand where I'm coming from.

I'm simply not interested in serving myself... and that makes me the bad guy!?!?

My position comes from a lifetime of being lied to...

listen

The lies need to end.

Why is this so difficult to comprehend?!? If my view on life is not welcome here, then I won't post anymore. Your call Aether.

wtf
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For someone to say that I'm taking 'their' images and 'molesting' them is mean and spiteful. Those were created by artists outside of GLP.

How selfish can one be to take such an important warning and turn it into something it's not. The nerve of some people... and to think I apologized for it. Never again.

I stand by my interpretation of them... which I really don't have to because time has proven them to be accurate.

peace
 Quoting: Uncle Mikey


rolleyes

K...



Aborted fetuses Mikey?

That is what you see?

I find that disturbing and sad.



As I see them as the 'Driver of the Soul'.

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hi mickey

Shooting people in a food court?

Who does that?
 Quoting: Seer777


it is not a topic we need ever concern ourselves directly with other than acknowledge it is real and one of several topics common sense knows is not beneficial to any living thing , ever

to me
 Quoting: aether


Well...To allow oneSelf into the mind of another who would commit such an act, allows us to view a deranged Mind safely.

Generally these types of events are planned, but this feels very impulsive to me.

Impulsivity often being the crux of erratic and damaging behavior.

How can one gaze into a crowd of unsuspecting people eating and talking, and then make that final choice to carry out their will?

What must one have going on in order to make such a choice?

Is it Rage?

Apathy?

Glory seeking?

Revenge?


hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


well i was going to write a lot and i erased the post because going into that mind , led to the professional emotional shock mind and a whole range of topics floating around the value of emotional shock to cause affect of greater value than the moral devaluation of the event

that was before we got to revenge/anger etc

i go there easily because i have met so many professional around our globe whom are rewarded by their society to operate these tactics professionally and legally
which is why i have no desire to go into any others because they and the topic are not topics or people that affect the future in a noticeable way to my emotions or expectations

 Quoting: aether


i am familiar with your topic generally and have drawn my own conclusions before i ever wrote on glp

i leave it up to others on this thread to decide if they desire to take your topics further peace
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This is truly how I see it...

unclemikey-307

It's not an attack on ony specific person. All one has to do is watch the movies I've made to understand where I'm coming from.

I'm simply not interested in serving myself... and that makes me the bad guy!?!?

My position comes from a lifetime of being lied to...

listen

The lies need to end.

Why is this so difficult to comprehend?!? If my view on life is not welcome here, then I won't post anymore. Your call Aether.

wtf
 Quoting: Uncle Mikey


does that say

emotional terrorism is good because i am the good guy and my emotionally terrorism is only in the best possible taste for your own good ?
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This is truly how I see it...

unclemikey-307

It's not an attack on ony specific person. All one has to do is watch the movies I've made to understand where I'm coming from.

I'm simply not interested in serving myself... and that makes me the bad guy!?!?

My position comes from a lifetime of being lied to...

listen

The lies need to end.

Why is this so difficult to comprehend?!? If my view on life is not welcome here, then I won't post anymore. Your call Aether.

wtf
 Quoting: Uncle Mikey


It is what it is. After Grace comes sharing... selfishness leads to selflessness

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Imaginal psychology

Imaginal Psychology is a recent branch of psychology which considers soul to be psychology’s primary concern. Central to this new discipline is the idea that the 'soul' expresses itself in images, and that care of the soul requires that we pay great attention to the images we 'inhabit'. This approach to psychology draws on a variety of spiritual traditions, the religious beliefs of indigenous peoples, mythology, literature and poetry, Deep Ecology, and social critique.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

i have told you on your threads mickey
you are in the wrong universe (the lie) and you like having a place in it to fulfill your desire
emotional terrorism
why you like it i don`t want to discover

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JAD, you introspective is wonderful. It reminds me of these words i read a good while ago.. and it bring smile to my face to see such meekness displayed.

As this is above,

"The meek man is not a human mouse afflicted with a sense of his own inferiority. Rather he may be in his moral life as bold as a lion and as strong as sampson; but hr has stopped being fooled about himself."

That.


"There is hardly a man or woman who dares to be just what he is or she is without doctoring up the impression. The fear of being found out gnaws like rodents within their heart. The burden of artificiality."

A. W. Tozer The persuit of God
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You do understand that computers only calculate on and do not calculate off's. The systematically process only 1's.

Just a reminder.

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No, 0 is always a placeholder. It by definition is the inbetween place: transition.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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You do understand that computers only calculate on and do not calculate off's. The systematically process only 1's.

Just a reminder.

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No, 0 is always a placeholder. It by definition is the inbetween place: transition.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I was considering that the other day as representative of something similar.


hf
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You do understand that computers only calculate on and do not calculate off's. The systematically process only 1's.

Just a reminder.

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No, 0 is always a placeholder. It by definition is the inbetween place: transition.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


So you are saying computers calculate transition.



How transition related to potential?
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anyone got a smiley handy tounge

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anyone got a smiley handy tounge
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ShyBat

chuckle
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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This article is very telling about the state of astronomy. It's all computer models based on assumptions.
[link to www.popularmechanics.com]
So by assuming that gravity is the only factor, and that there must be a black hole at the middle, they run 600,000 simulations and find one that works, therefore proving that there is a black hole in the middle.

I would suggest that in fact it is a pretty standard electric galaxy and that there is nothing to see here.
 Quoting: observation


It brings to mind that old computer acronym GIGO. Garbage in garbage out
 Quoting: observation
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anyone got a smiley handy tounge
 Quoting: aether


ShyBat

chuckle
 Quoting: Seer777


sigh (relief)

hugs

becoming used to my new emotional shape
is emotional hiding

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This article is very telling about the state of astronomy. It's all computer models based on assumptions.
[link to www.popularmechanics.com]
So by assuming that gravity is the only factor, and that there must be a black hole at the middle, they run 600,000 simulations and find one that works, therefore proving that there is a black hole in the middle.

I would suggest that in fact it is a pretty standard electric galaxy and that there is nothing to see here.
 Quoting: observation


It brings to mind that old computer acronym GIGO. Garbage in garbage out
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


bioluminescence
seer showed us that
i remember

Bioluminescence is the production and emission of light by a living organism
 Quoting: obaervation


there is a proccess there isn`t there
light in - light out
 Quoting: aether


:)


Bioluminescent
 Quoting: Seer777


feels wonderful, light in - light out /z\
 Quoting: aether


do we see a fatal flaw in current artificial vs natural tounge

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This article is very telling about the state of astronomy. It's all computer models based on assumptions.
[link to www.popularmechanics.com]
So by assuming that gravity is the only factor, and that there must be a black hole at the middle, they run 600,000 simulations and find one that works, therefore proving that there is a black hole in the middle.

I would suggest that in fact it is a pretty standard electric galaxy and that there is nothing to see here.
 Quoting: observation


It brings to mind that old computer acronym GIGO. Garbage in garbage out
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


bioluminescence
seer showed us that
i remember

...


there is a proccess there isn`t there
light in - light out
 Quoting: aether


:)


:Bioluminescent:
 Quoting: Seer777


feels wonderful, light in - light out /z\
 Quoting: aether


do we see a fatal flaw in current artificial vs natural tounge
 Quoting: aether

light in light out, look back at the luminary post at the bottom about the moon, shoot here it is:

LXXVIII. The Sun and Moon: the Waxing and Waning of the Moon.
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1,2
And the names of the sun are the following: the first Orjârês, and the second Tômâs. And the moon has four names: the first name is Asônjâ, the second Eblâ, the third Benâsê, and the fourth Erâe. These are the two great luminaries: their circumference is like the circumference of the heaven, and the size of the circumference of both is alike. In the circumference of the sun there are seven portions of light which are added to it more than to the moon, and in definite measures it is transferred till the seventh portion of the sun is exhausted. And they set and enter the portals of the west, and make their revolution by the north, and come forth through the eastern portals on the face of the heaven. And when the moon rises one-fourteenth part appears in the heaven: [the light becomes full in her]: on the fourteenth day she accomplishes her light. And fifteen parts of light are transferred to her till the fifteenth day (when) her light is accomplished, according to the sign of the year, and she becomes fifteen parts, and the moon grows by (the addition of) fourteenth parts. And in her waning (the moon) decreases on the first day to fourteen parts of her light, on the second to thirteen parts of light, on the third to twelve, on the fourth to eleven, on the fifth to ten, on the sixth to nine, on the seventh to eight, on the eighth to seven, on the ninth to six, on the tenth to five, on the eleventh to four, on the twelfth to three, on the thirteenth to two, on the fourteenth to the half of a seventh, and all her remaining light disappears wholly on the fifteenth. And in certain months the month has twenty-nine days and once twenty-eight. And Uriel showed me another law: when light is transferred to the moon, and on which side it is transferred to her by the sun. Duringall the period during which the moon is growing in her light, she is transferring it to herself when opposite to the sun during fourteen days [her light is accomplished in the heaven, and when she is illumined throughout, her light is accomplished full in the heaven. And on the first day she is called the new moon, for on that day the light rises upon her. She becomes full moon exactly on the day when the sun sets in the west, and from the east she rises at night, and the moon shines the whole night through till the sun rises over against her and the moon is seen over against the sun. On the side whence the light of the moon comes forth, there again she wanes till all the light vanishes and all the days of the month are at an end, and her circumference is empty, void of light. And three months she makes of thirty days, and at her time she makes three months of twenty-nine days each, in which she accomplishes her waning in the first period of time, and in the first portal for one hundred and seventy-seven days. And in the time of her going out she appears for three months (of) thirty days each, and for three months she appears (of) twenty-nine each. At night she appears like a man for twenty days each time, and by day she appears like the heaven, and there is nothing else in her save her light.
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one of the problems i have with the Enoch writings is this:

The older sections (mainly in the Book of the Watchers) are estimated to date from about 300 BC, and the latest part (Book of Parables) probably was composed at the end of the 1st century BC
 Quoting: observation

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reading what enoch said about astronomy is like this:
the sense he uses to reach conclusions makes no sense
but
magically
his conclusions agree with these peoples conclusions:

According to Asger Aaboe, the origins of Western astronomy can be found in Mesopotamia, and all Western efforts in the exact sciences are descendants in direct line from the work of the late Babylonian astronomers. Our knowledge of Sumerian astronomy is indirect, via the earliest Babylonian star catalogues dating from about 1200 BCE. The fact that many star names appear in Sumerian suggests a continuity reaching into the Early Bronze Age.

The history of astronomy in Mesopotamia, and the world, begins with the Sumerians who developed the earliest writing system—known as cuneiform—around 3500–3200 BC. The Sumerians developed a form of astronomy that had an important influence on the sophisticated astronomy of the Babylonians.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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