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"Organic Building Blocks Found Everywhere in the Universe"
December 18, 2012

Recent discoveries in vast interstellar dust clouds permeating the universe and in nebula have revealed hints of organic matter that could be created naturally by stars, according to researchers in a 2011 study at the University of Hong Kong. The discovery team observed stars at different evolutionary phases and found that they are able to produce complex organic compounds and eject them into space, filling the voids between stars..............
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[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]

"Their spectra changed from a pure gas spectrum to a dust spectrum on a matter of days or weeks," Kwok added. "The sudden appearance of the features suggests that organic dust can be made extremely quickly."
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Whoa-all of my love by led zeppelin
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Thanks!
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after the "eights" in many convuluded patterns,, come the "nines",,

indeed the velocity increases,, and yet so does equally,, the understanding,,

are all unable too help by learning too share the wisdom of "nine"?,,


indeed through time and never alone,, many may remember that which can never be forgotten,, though it has been hidden from memory,,

lemur de est de lemur,,

121221 1221

the latin pervades as hebrew,,

aereous viator

navis sideralis,,


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the above is of course a jest,,


much love,,

or by song of mind,,

the colour yet not seen,,yet recognised by memory,,
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huh? Art IS life. It is the foundation of creation.
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art may inspire but it doesnot breathe
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Sure it does.


And if beautiful enough...in gasps and breathlessness.

EARTH

earth
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art is an imaginative process. it is of itself confined to a representation of life nothing more.
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Art in general is temporal and local consciousness on display. At it's best, it is timeless and omnipresent.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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art may inspire but it doesnot breathe
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Sure it does.


And if beautiful enough...in gasps and breathlessness.

EARTH

earth
 Quoting: Seer777


art is an imaginative process. it is of itself confined to a representation of life nothing more.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20093181


Art in general is temporal and local consciousness on display. At it's best, it is timeless and omnipresent.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


This speaks of the artist as art.

On that note folks, I'm pulling the plug until I'm to be reconnected.

Cheers and happy, happy.

Speak soon.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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Maybe this has the answer to the female and the nephillim thing

[link to www.steliart.com]

scroll down where it talks about the shekinah
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what if Enoch was the man-material and metatron was the woman-nonmaterial? idk
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scratch that, i don't think enoch was nephilim
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Maybe this has the answer to the female and the nephillim thing

[link to www.steliart.com]

scroll down where it talks about the shekinah
(won't let me copy)


what if Enoch was the man-material and metatron was the woman-nonmaterial? idk
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Interesting link.

Enoch as Metatron.

hmm


This is where I was with the Story of Enoch and Watchers two Halloweens ago...

This is how I see it. We are Homo Sapiens.

Our 'Homo' genus came from our mother, the Earth. Created by the Creator just like our world and flora and fauna.

Our awakening into Self Consciousness, or awareness, 'sapiens' was caused by genetic manipulation by the "Gods" or the Annunaki(Sumeria) or Sky people(Zuni), whatever you choose to call them. Our DNA was manipulated and combined with DNA from the "God(s)." In the Sumerian creation myth, The Story of Atrhasis, the Gods used their 'spit'. In the Bible,'the Breath of Life'. In both stories clay was used. "Clay" being from the earth. Also, 'clay' is moldable.
We are the clay AND the potter.

Thread: The Story of Atrahasis. The Sumerian Creation and Deluge Myth. Chapter 2 Great Flood

This type of genetic manipulation is described in the Bible and the Book of Enoch, with the emergence of Nephilim. Dogs and cats can not be successful mated together. However, The Watchers or Angels were close enough to us genetically to produce offspring.

The Nephilim and the Watchers of Enoch...

Book of Enoch

Chapter 6 Jubilees 5


1 And it came to pass when the children of men had multiplied that in those days were born unto them beautiful and comely daughters.

2 And the angels, the children of the heaven, saw and lusted after them, and said to one another: 'Come, let us choose us wives from among the children of men.

Chapter 7

1 And all the others together with them took unto themselves wives, and each chose for himself one,
and they began to go in unto them and to defile themselves with them,


and they taught them charms
and enchantments,
and the cutting of roots,
and made them acquainted with plants.

And they became pregnant, and they bare great giants, whose height was three thousand ells: Who consumed all the acquisitions of men.

And when men could no longer sustain them, the giants turned against them and devoured mankind. And they began to sin against birds, and beasts, and reptiles, and
6 fish, and to devour one another's flesh, and drink the blood. Then the earth laid accusation against the lawless ones.

Goliath is believed to have been a Nephilim.

Then we were tutored/reared into understand the world around us. Or the 'Tree of Knowledge'. This is mentioned in great detail in the book of Enoch.

What the Watchers GAVE to MAN...
[link to www.piney.com]

The Book of Enoch Ch. 8:

1 And Azazel taught men to make swords, and knives, and shields, and breastplates, and made known to them the metals of the earth and the art of working them, and bracelets, and ornaments, and the use of antimony, and the beautifying of the eyelids, and all kinds of costly stones, and all colouring tinctures. And there arose much godlessness, and they committed fornication, and they were led astray, and became corrupt in all their ways.

Semjaza taught enchantments, and root-cuttings, 'Armaros the resolving of enchantments, Baraqijal (taught) astrology, Kokabel the constellations, Ezeqeel the knowledge of the clouds, Araqiel the signs of the earth, Shamsiel the signs of the sun, and Sariel the course of the moon. And as men perished, they cried, and their cry went up to heaven . . .






This passage shows HOW we as a SPECIES were able to make a GIANT evolutionary jump forward. This great knowledge was taught to us by the Annunaki/Watchers, also known as serpents. This is where the great disconnect between or Creator and the Watchers occurred. Notice what they taught us would be from the mystic schools?

Tree of Knowledge anyone?

Adam and Eve Mic



There is a section of our DNA, our genetic code, which is unique to every species on the planet.

[link to www.rense.com]
"The non-coding sequences are common to all living organisms on Earth, from moulds to fish to humans. In human DNA, they constitute larger part of the total genome, says Prof. Sam Chang, the group leader. Non-coding sequences, originally known as "junk DNA", were discovered years ago, and their function remained a mystery."

Many Genetic researchers have come the conclusion that there is a section of our DNA which has extra-terrestrial origins. Some call it "junk DNA." Some have theorized that the 'placement of some of this junk DNA seems to correspond to 'high thinking' or a large frontal cortex.

"Indeed, 'ancient astronaut' writers believe that a race of intelligent extraterrestrial beings visited and/or colonized Earth in the remote past, whereupon they upgraded the primitive hominid Homo Erectus by means of genetic engineering to create the human race as we know it: Homo sapiens.

Evidence for this idea is found (a) in the improbability of Homo sapiens emerging so suddenly, according to the principles of orthodox Darwinism; and (b) in the myths of ancient civilizations which describe human-like gods coming down from the heavens and creating mankind 'in their own image'. Homo sapiens is thus regarded as a hybrid being, incorporating a mix of terrestrial genes from Homo Erectus and extraterrestrial genes from an ascribed "race of the gods"."
[link to www.rense.com]


What was the first thing that "Adam and Eve" did when they gained Self Awareness in the Biblical Creation Myth?

They covered their nakedness. This is absolutely unique to all other animal species on the planet. This 'first act' sets us apart from every species on earth.

Thoughts?
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feels to me we have traveled great distance today in the most wonderful way tounge

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- ? Nus.

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As if he could, by himself, say:
_Alive, therefore life itself.
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Gunnar Heinsohn is best/brightest category in European academia and a frequent speaker at NATO gatherings since his population youth bulge theories predict political unrest with near 100% accuracy; he's also a major player in the ongoing efforts to reconstruct Med-basin chronologies. His "Wie Alt ist das Menschengeschlect" describes the problem with the dating schemes typically associated with Neanderthal studies:


Mueller-Karpe, the first name in continental paleoanthropology, wrote thirty years ago on the two strata of homo erectus at Swanscombe/England: "A difference between the tools in the upper and in the lower stratum is not recognizable. (From a geological point of view it is uncertain if between the two strata there passed decades, centuries or millennia.)" (Handbuch der Vorgeschichte, Vol I, Munich 1966, p. 293).

The outstanding scholar never returned to this hint that in reality there may have passed ten years where the textbooks enlist one thousand years. Yet, I tried to follow this thread. I went to the stratigraphies of the Old Stone Age which usually look as follows

modern man (homo sapiens sapiens)

Neanderthal man (homo sapiens neanderthalensis)

Homo erectus (invents fire and is considered the first intelligent man).

In my book "Wie alt ist das Menschengeschlecht?" [How Ancient is Man?], 1996, 2nd edition, I focused for Neanderthal man on his best preserved stratigraphy: Combe Grenal in France. Within 4 m of debris it exhibited 55 strata dated conventionally between -90,000 and -30,000. Roughly one millennium was thus assigned to some 7 cm of debris per stratum. Close scrutiny had revealed that most strata were only used in the summer. Thus, ca. one thousand summers were assigned to each stratum. If, however, the site lay idle in winter and spring one would have expected substratification. Ideally, one would look for one thousand substrata for the one thousand summers. Yet, not even two substrata were discovered in any of the strata. They themselves were the substrata in the 4 m stratigraphy. They, thus, were not good for 60,000 but only for 55 years.

I tested this assumption with the tool count. According to the Binfords' research--done on North American Indians--each tribal adult has at least five tool kits with some eight tools in each of them. At every time 800 tools existed in a band of 20 adults. Assuming that each tool lasted an entire generation (15 female years), Combe Grenals 4,000 generations in 60,000 years should have produced some 3.2 million tools. By going closer to the actual life time of flint tools tens of millions of tools would have to be expected for Combe Grenal. Ony 19,000 (nineteen thousand) remains of tools, however, were found by the excavators.

There seems to be no way out but to cut down the age of Neanderthal man at Combe Grenal from some 60,000 to some 60 years.

I applied the stratigraphical approach to the best caves in Europe for the entire time from Erectus to the Iron Age and reached at the following tentative chronology for intelligent man:

-600 onwards Iron Age
-900 onwards Bronze Age
-1400 beginning of modern man (homo sapiens sapiens)
-1500 beginning of Neanderthal man
between -2000 and -1600 beginning of Erectus.

Since Erectus only left the two poor strata like at Swanscombe or El-Castillo/Spain, he should actually not have lasted longer than Neanderthal-may be one average life expectancy. I will now not go into the mechanism of mutation. All I want to remind you of is the undisputed sequence of interstratification and monostratification in the master stratigraphies. This allows for one solution only: Parents of the former developmental stage of man lived together with their own offspring in the same cave stratum until they died out. They were not massacred as textbooks have it:

monostrat.: only modern man's tools

interstrat.: Neanderthal man's and modern man's tools side by side

monostrat.: only Neanderthal man's tools

interstrat.: Neanderthal man's and Erectus' tools side by side

monotstrat.: only Erectus tools (deepest stratum for intelligent man)

The year figures certainly sound bewildering. Yet, so far nobody came up with any stratigraphy justifiably demanding more time than I tentatively assigned to the age of intelligent man. I always remind my critiques that one millennium is an enormous time span--more than from William the Conqueror to today's Anglo-World. To add a millenium to human history should always go together with sufficient material remains to show for it. I will not even mention the easiness with which scholars add a million years to the history of man until they made Lucy 4 million years old. The time-span-madness is the last residue of Darwinism.


Heinsohn is not putting an exact age on the Neanderthal die-out; what he IS stating is that there is no legitimate interpretation of existing evidence which would indicate that they died out any more than four or five thousand years ago and that is basically consistent with the thing about raw dinosaur meat.

That of course is nowhere remotely close to the time frames which any sort of an evolutionary scheme of modern man from hominids would require. We are left with three basic choices:

Modern man was created here from scratch, and recently.

Modern man was brought here from somewhere else in the cosmos.

Modern man was genetically re-engineered from one of the hominids, most likely the Neanderthal.


Those are your three basic choices and none of them involve evolution. Moreover the second and third choices merely amount to kicking the can a block or two down the road as far as how anything like modern man ever came into existence anywhere in the universe at all since the the same mathematical and probabilistic laws which prevent macroevolution on this planet would hold true anywhere else. The 17B years which supposedly intervene since the "Big Bang(TM)" wouldn't be enough for modern man to evolve in the universe even if that were possible which it isn't, and even if the Big Bang idea itself weren't just another bunch of BS like evolution, which it is [link to able2know.org]
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New study suggests earliest humans were not very different from us
Feb 15, 2011

A study from Stony Brook University has suggested that earliest humans were not very different from us.
Archaeologist John Shea believes that experts have been focusing on the wrong measurement of early human behavior - 'behavioral modernity' instead of 'behavioral variability.'

Behavioral modernity is a quality supposedly unique to Homo sapiens, while behavioral variability is a quantitative dimension to the behavior of all living things.
For a long time, the European Upper Paleolithic archaeological record has been the standard against which the behavior of earlier and non-European humans is compared.

During the Upper Paleolithic (45,000-12,000 years ago), Homo sapiens fossils first appear in Europe together with complex stone tool technology, carved bone tools, complex projectile weapons, advanced techniques for using fire, cave art, beads and other personal adornments.

The same behaviors are either universal or very nearly so among recent humans, leading archaeologists to cite evidence for these behaviors as proof of human behavioral modernity but Shea said that the oldest Homo sapiens fossils occur between 100,000-200,000 years ago in Africa and southern Asia and in contexts lacking clear and consistent evidence for such behavioral modernity.

Archaeologists disagree about the causes, timing, pace, and characteristics of this revolution, but there is a consensus that the behavior of the earliest Homo sapiens was significantly that that of more-recent "modern" humans.
Shea tested the hypothesis that there were differences in behavioral variability between earlier and later Homo sapiens using stone tool evidence dating to between 250,000- 6000 years ago in eastern Africa.

His analysis shows no single behavioral revolution in our species' evolutionary history. Instead, the evidence shows wide variability in Homo sapiens toolmaking strategies from the earliest times onwards.
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we know why

i imagine
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"His analysis shows no single behavioral revolution in our species' evolutionary history".


this is orthodox authority telling us this

what does it say, it says that no matter what the god or religion we have followed, our behavior remains the same

example

our behavior following 2000 years of christianity has not only remained the same throughout that period, it is the same as it ever was before christianity arose

it tells us that we within christianity behave the same as those in china whom still have yet to hear of our religion, as we having never heard of theirs

according to human tradition. god changes all the time
we never do
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The human body was much taller and much sturdier.
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structure and function

our structure dictates our function (behavior)

the scale/proportions of our structure adjusts to the state of our environment

the formula/ingredient/energy/information forming and sustaining our structure remains the same hence our intuitive awareness of our natural function/behavior (expressive state) does not change
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Good morning everyone.

Strange to note perhaps...why were all the nephilim rumored to be male?

If the 'Sons of God' to whom the human females were coupling, only contained the 'y' gamete, what does that tell us in whispers?

:)



hf
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Human's DNA has not finished being accelerated.
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Accelerated? Open to new potentials perhaps, but speed like all perspective measurements is relative.
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I just prefer that phrasing, activated might make more sense.
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The Pima people creation myth:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The creation story of the Pima’s, or Akimel Oodham, starts out with one person, the Doctor of Earth. He was known as Juh-wert-a-Mah-kai and before him, there was no earth, no water, no sun, no light, no life, or anything. He created the world from perspiration on his chest called, moah-haht-tack. It took four times until the world actually formed. He first created a greasewood bush, which were abundant in Pima homelands, then ants, which enlarged the earth as they worked, and also created another Person out of his eye. This person could help him create other aspects of the earth, human beings and mountains. The person he created was named Noo-ee. After making Nooee he made the sun. It took him four tries again to create the sun by first, placing a hardened ball in the North, then the West, then the South but none of these worked. Finally he put it in the East and it worked. Juhwerta Mahkai gained more perspiration from his chest and created a man and woman. They produced more people but these people did not act the way Juhwerta Mahkai wanted them to, so he killed them by letting the sky fall. This happened four times, and on the last try he created the earth as it is now. The sun and the moon gave birth to Toehahvs, the coyote and from the North came another person named Seeurhuh. Seeurhuh made a young man who he set out to find a woman for marriage. He found a young woman and they did get married but were then forgotten. Juhwerta Mahkai, Nooee, and Toehahvs shared that there was a flood coming so word traveled. Juhwerta Mahkai made a hole in the earth to survive and people that did not join him drowned. The mountains were not high enough to escape the water. A doctor who was part of the people trying to find a highly elevated surface, tried to save everyone by using his powers but instead turned everyone to stone. After the flood, Seeurhuh, Toehahvs, and Juhwerta Mahkai all made dolls from the leftover clay. The different deformities of the dolls lead to the creation of different animals and beings. Seeurhuh makes fun of Juhwerta Mahkai’s dolls and due to his anger, he sinks into the ground leaving his waste. His body parts were used for creation.
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To manipulate others by using their love and care for you is one of the most disgusting traits that a human can ever possess. Even more sickening than using the energy and information provided to you by the majority of those you purport to loathe.

That is why you will never 'succeed'.

And all are equally unaware of your motive and intent.

For a while anyway.

Much love to you despite my new found 'awareness'.
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tounge hugs
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When emotion is added to the 'vibration', the energy explodes.

:SpinDance:
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emotion accelerates the arch.
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When emotion is added to the 'vibration', the energy explodes.

SpinDance
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emotion accelerates the arch.
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I am glad we got back to this.


Not only that but 'created imagery' makes it even stronger.

Nearly instantly.


Vibration+Emotion+Imagery=

illuminated2


Like a door it is...

333

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i disagree with the assessment that we are not much different then our predecessors as humans.

how much of more of the elements do we posses within our cells... how much more is the symbiotic relationship now to then... as we carry more bacteria and other microscopic entities, within our own being, biologically.

i had never thought about this, until a friend recently made this point, a couple weeks ago... symbiotic relationships within the human body, by comparison, has to be astronomical as to what early man/woman contained within them.

Do microscopic entities have souls?

It would seem soo… since there is a book called, all dogs go to heaven.

and what do we say about their influence to our own thoughts....

perahps that is the reason, for the bloodlines keeping to themselves? mmmmmmm?

oh, and aether, you made a reference to something Jesus said earlier,

i doubt that Jesus ever used the term "Lucky" as the term, "lucky" did not exist within the Aramaic language for the period that points to Jesus.

just saying.

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i disagree with the assessment that we are not much different then our predecessors as humans.

how much of more of the elements do we posses within our cells... how much more is the symbiotic relationship now to then... as we carry more bacteria and other microscopic entities, within our own being, biologically.

i had never thought about this, until a friend recently made this point, a couple weeks ago... symbiotic relationships within the human body, by comparison, has to be astronomical as to what early man/woman contained within them.

Do microscopic entities have souls?

It would seem soo… since there is a book called, all dogs go to heaven.

and what do we say about their influence to our own thoughts....

perahps that is the reason, for the bloodlines keeping to themselves? mmmmmmm?

oh, and aether, you made a reference to something Jesus said earlier,

i doubt that Jesus ever used the term "Lucky" as the term, "lucky" did not exist within the Aramaic language for the period that points to Jesus.

just saying.

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That is an interesting thought; not all bacteria endorses human life either. He prolly said blessed and felt the gods favor because of his wife's love.
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i disagree with the assessment that we are not much different then our predecessors as humans.

how much of more of the elements do we posses within our cells... how much more is the symbiotic relationship now to then... as we carry more bacteria and other microscopic entities, within our own being, biologically.

i had never thought about this, until a friend recently made this point, a couple weeks ago... symbiotic relationships within the human body, by comparison, has to be astronomical as to what early man/woman contained within them.

Do microscopic entities have souls?

It would seem soo… since there is a book called, all dogs go to heaven.

and what do we say about their influence to our own thoughts....

perahps that is the reason, for the bloodlines keeping to themselves? mmmmmmm?

oh, and aether, you made a reference to something Jesus said earlier,

i doubt that Jesus ever used the term "Lucky" as the term, "lucky" did not exist within the Aramaic language for the period that points to Jesus.

just saying.

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are they motivated to remain consciously self following "death"
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i doubt that Jesus ever used the term "Lucky" as the term, "lucky" did not exist within the Aramaic language for the period that points to Jesus.

just saying.
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that`s funny because when i saw that i was tempted to use it because i use the term lucky in similar circumstances
but i didn`t because it felt better not to
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i disagree with the assessment that we are not much different then our predecessors as humans.

how much of more of the elements do we posses within our cells... how much more is the symbiotic relationship now to then... as we carry more bacteria and other microscopic entities, within our own being, biologically.

i had never thought about this, until a friend recently made this point, a couple weeks ago... symbiotic relationships within the human body, by comparison, has to be astronomical as to what early man/woman contained within them.

Do microscopic entities have souls?

It would seem soo… since there is a book called, all dogs go to heaven.

and what do we say about their influence to our own thoughts....

perahps that is the reason, for the bloodlines keeping to themselves? mmmmmmm?

oh, and aether, you made a reference to something Jesus said earlier,

i doubt that Jesus ever used the term "Lucky" as the term, "lucky" did not exist within the Aramaic language for the period that points to Jesus.

just saying.

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are they motivated to remain consciously self following "death"
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Surly no easy task to die to one's self on behalf of its children; think that was the part where they said "in accordance with the will of a perfect loving father."
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oh interesting. so your trying to find the essence or the 'flower'?
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Sometimes a circle looks like a spiral, a flower, a door, a wave, a frequency and even a life [DNA]. It is only in added dimension that it can be seen properly.

Once all that is known is cast, all that is not known can be rememberd as knew.

The mind remembers an imagined past and creates an imagined present based off the images it imagines remembersering, the future is created in the transition

I attempt to journey beyond that, box.


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We have all agreed, "Whirlwind" as seer put it or spiral, circle, flower and life.

I diagree with Sep, but only in context. Consciousness has everything not the other way around where everything has a consciousness.

Consciousness is segmented by observation only.

Art is a matter of perspective.. not consciousness.

Art is percieved by line of site.

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and we have seen the door, (as per seer) the wave and the frequency.

what remains should be next.

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i disagree with the assessment that we are not much different then our predecessors as humans.

how much of more of the elements do we posses within our cells... how much more is the symbiotic relationship now to then... as we carry more bacteria and other microscopic entities, within our own being, biologically.

i had never thought about this, until a friend recently made this point, a couple weeks ago... symbiotic relationships within the human body, by comparison, has to be astronomical as to what early man/woman contained within them.

Do microscopic entities have souls?

It would seem soo… since there is a book called, all dogs go to heaven.

and what do we say about their influence to our own thoughts....

perahps that is the reason, for the bloodlines keeping to themselves? mmmmmmm?

oh, and aether, you made a reference to something Jesus said earlier,

i doubt that Jesus ever used the term "Lucky" as the term, "lucky" did not exist within the Aramaic language for the period that points to Jesus.

just saying.

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are they motivated to remain consciously self following "death"
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Surly no easy task to die to one's self on behalf of its children; think that was the part where they said "in accordance with the will of a perfect loving father."
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oh
i`m referring to bacteria, dogs etc
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i disagree with the assessment that we are not much different then our predecessors as humans.

how much of more of the elements do we posses within our cells... how much more is the symbiotic relationship now to then... as we carry more bacteria and other microscopic entities, within our own being, biologically.

i had never thought about this, until a friend recently made this point, a couple weeks ago... symbiotic relationships within the human body, by comparison, has to be astronomical as to what early man/woman contained within them.

Do microscopic entities have souls?

It would seem soo… since there is a book called, all dogs go to heaven.

and what do we say about their influence to our own thoughts....

perahps that is the reason, for the bloodlines keeping to themselves? mmmmmmm?

oh, and aether, you made a reference to something Jesus said earlier,

i doubt that Jesus ever used the term "Lucky" as the term, "lucky" did not exist within the Aramaic language for the period that points to Jesus.

just saying.

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are they motivated to remain consciously self following "death"
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are we as humans movtivated to remain consciously self follwing "death", in our microscipic symbiotic relationship with the universe?
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i disagree with the assessment that we are not much different then our predecessors as humans.

how much of more of the elements do we posses within our cells... how much more is the symbiotic relationship now to then... as we carry more bacteria and other microscopic entities, within our own being, biologically.

i had never thought about this, until a friend recently made this point, a couple weeks ago... symbiotic relationships within the human body, by comparison, has to be astronomical as to what early man/woman contained within them.

Do microscopic entities have souls?

It would seem soo… since there is a book called, all dogs go to heaven.

and what do we say about their influence to our own thoughts....

perahps that is the reason, for the bloodlines keeping to themselves? mmmmmmm?

oh, and aether, you made a reference to something Jesus said earlier,

i doubt that Jesus ever used the term "Lucky" as the term, "lucky" did not exist within the Aramaic language for the period that points to Jesus.

just saying.

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are they motivated to remain consciously self following "death"
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Surly no easy task to die to one's self on behalf of its children; think that was the part where they said "in accordance with the will of a perfect loving father."
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oh
i`m referring to bacteria, dogs etc
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Oh, I tend to read to deep into things; but its still kind of same isn't it? The bacteria either serves or destroys the body it inhabits?
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i doubt that Jesus ever used the term "Lucky" as the term, "lucky" did not exist within the Aramaic language for the period that points to Jesus.

just saying
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that`s funny because when i saw that i was tempted to use it because i use the term lucky in similar circumstances
but i didn`t because it felt better not to
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just saying.

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