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Seer777
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i`m watching
it is a crazy topic i don`t enjoy looking at
example:
doctors etc whom i know have to go to what was eastern Europe to provide electromagnetic technology treatement to people because europe as usa say it illegal to use on people because it is unproven
tricky topic all around peoples health, which our new universe forces all to address
but not this week
sad but true hugs
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Well...I think the point is that the Earth provides and synthetic pharmaceuticals do much damage.

Mainly because they are so heavily commercially pushed...I also find it interesting when they are listing off the series of 'potential' horrible side effects, the images on the screen is always of the 'sufferer' smiling and doing something fun.

People start to believe they are sick through the redundancy of TV, even if they may be, and turn to pharmaceuticals.

Instead of looking at their lives and trying to figure out what it is they are missing.

For example, I often tell people that it is the COLOR of the food you are eating, which is the 'healthy' part.

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indeed see7,,

the levels of accomplishment within this way of thinking/manifestation,, may differ widely,, yet so do the levels of un-aldultareted beliefs,,

believe as a child would,, completely,,

this highlights and echoes the reasons why many religions need to require faith as an absolute,,

as the mind is a very powerful tool indeed,,

within this reality when the boundaries are seen for what they trully are,, obsticles of belief via any intention can be dissolved,,

whilst this may appear on face value as a proposterous senariotic understanding ,, the results far outweigh the ridicule,,


this one would be dead,, if the proof did not lay in the pudding,, so-to-speak,,

if death were even,, ever,, too be seen as an end,,


much love,,
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Well...I think the point is that the Earth provides and synthetic pharmaceuticals do much damage.

Mainly because they are so heavily commercially pushed...I also find it interesting when they are listing off the series of 'potential' horrible side effects, the images on the screen is always of the 'suffer' smiling and doing something fun.

People start to believe they are sick through the redundancy of TV, even if they may be, and turn to pharmaceuticals.

Instead of looking at their lives and trying to figure out what it is they are missing.

For example, I often tell people that it is the COLOR of the food you are eating, which is the 'healthy' part.

refract
 Quoting: Seer777


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. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: observation


you know you are living imaginal
a real one hugs

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For example, I often tell people that it is the COLOR of the food you are eating, which is the 'healthy' part.

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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


you know you are living imaginal
a real one hugs
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:)


For example, the 'Hangover Breakfast'.

Beer is yellow. Yellow=solar plexus chakra or stomach area.

When one wakes with a 'hangover' the stomach is often upset.

The hangover breakfast generally involves some type of 'tomato based' product.

Bloody Marys, Ketchup, Tabasco sauce, for example.

Which is red...root.


The yellow(beer) is balanced with the red(tomato) which blends to orange.

The sacral Charka or digestion.


On a hangover, one generally does not consume 'orange juice' as the acidity can compromise the already upset stomach. So one must skip over the 'orange' and go for the red.

tounge


By balancing the yellow and red, one finds relief.

:)
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For example, I often tell people that it is the COLOR of the food you are eating, which is the 'healthy' part.

refract
 Quoting: Seer777


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


you know you are living imaginal
a real one hugs
 Quoting: aether



:)


For example, the 'Hangover Breakfast'.

Beer is yellow. Yellow=solar plexus chakra or stomach area.

When one wakes with a 'hangover' the stomach is often upset.

The hangover breakfast generally involves some type of 'tomato based' product.

Bloody Marys, Ketchup, Tabasco sauce, for example.

Which is red...root.


The yellow(beer) is balanced with the red(tomato) which blends to orange.

The sacral Charka or digestion.


On a hangover, one generally does not consume 'orange juice' as the acidity can compromise the already upset stomach. So one must skip over the 'orange' and go for the red.

tounge


By balancing the yellow and red, one finds relief.

:)
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i luv that

if you notice you have prompted me to "talk" in color
i instantly discovered i increased accuracy of word, i see more to say
and
i am more of what i say as in:
am what i say

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you opened a new dimension to me
our color dimension
and i already feel colors synergize their way which now i am in the color domain i will understand
by my following colors code i feel much more of what i know
thus the layers up from our sub atomic (non material dimensions) are now possessing their non material color coordinates
it is exciting to be able to experience it
early days for me but over time and with practice i know i will be color sensative aware

hugs

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For example, the 'Hangover Breakfast'.

Beer is yellow. Yellow=solar plexus chakra or stomach area.

When one wakes with a 'hangover' the stomach is often upset.

The hangover breakfast generally involves some type of 'tomato based' product.

Bloody Marys, Ketchup, Tabasco sauce, for example.

Which is red...root.


The yellow(beer) is balanced with the red(tomato) which blends to orange.

The sacral Charka or digestion.


On a hangover, one generally does not consume 'orange juice' as the acidity can compromise the already upset stomach. So one must skip over the 'orange' and go for the red.

tounge


By balancing the yellow and red, one finds relief.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


i luv that

if you notice you have prompted me to "talk" in color
i instantly discovered i increased accuracy of word, i see more to say
and
i am more of what i say as in:
am what i say

hugs
 Quoting: aether


I had the 'what you are consuming is the color of the food' thing, come to me in a flash at least 4 years ago.

I spoke with my brother about it, in one of our marathon talks we use to have and we noted it 'made sense'.

A few years later I saw a few articles pop up mentioning the very same.

:)



Fast food if one notices is often 'yellow'. At least burger and fry joints. Very little variation in color. Which one just need to be conscious to add.


Like pizza can be healthy with the right toppings.

My favorite pizza is: spinach, roasted red pepper, garlic, feta, and purple onion.

Delicious.

And lots of color.

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you opened a new dimension to me
our color dimension
and i already feel colors synergize their way which now i am in the color domain i will understand
by my following colors code i feel much more of what i know
thus the layers up from our sub atomic (non material dimensions) are now possessing their non material color coordinates
it is exciting to be able to experience it
early days for me but over time and with practice i know i will be color sensative aware

hugs
 Quoting: aether


Living in the consistent grey of the PNW, one learns to find color where they can...

tounge




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i understand that now
when non material all is emotion thus color is paramount to senses
in material dimension the material dimension it`self, inclusive of myself, is between me and non material dimensions

all emotion into our material dimension arrives through material things including the "thinnest parts" of our material dimension between galaxy clusters
so there is no 1 to 1 of non material emotion anymore
so
to become re familiar to emotions, color as example, for color emotion to be as natural as color emotion was to me i require a living person most similar to non material in personality whom naturaly transmits emotion in our material dimension as i experienced it in our non material dimensions

funny really but it works that way with emotion and dimensions
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dear aether,,

your resident disposition is showing somewhat within the colour of the color of difference by way of externally viewed spectrums,,

much love,,
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dear aether,,

your resident disposition is showing somewhat within the colour of the color of difference by way of externally viewed spectrums,,

much love,,
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does that say
stuck with it 1rof1
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action at a distance (AAAD) is kind of hard to discuss when those same distances are overestimated by millions of light years in most cases. I am still waiting for that photo of a galaxy that doesn't just show a single star or light source at its center that is providing all the light in a galaxy. After all, according to theory there are billions of stars in the arms, and only millions in the center, yet the only light illuminating a galaxy is the central portion. A mere few million outshine the combined light of billions? Billions of young hotter stars than any old ones in the center? 2+2 is equaling 5 again.

[link to scienceblogs.com]

[link to upload.wikimedia.org]

[link to chandra.harvard.edu]

[link to chandra.harvard.edu]

[link to www.spacetelescope.org]

Funny how they all have only one source of light for a galaxy supposedly containing billions.
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lol,, disposition is relative indeed,,

remeberance of legends are often thus,,

within the fields of plenty shared,,

relevance achieves indoctrination of species by design,,

and you,, good sir,, achieve abundance,,

within good design parameters,,

the love felt is vast,,


much love,,
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My good news today is I have to get a colonoscopy done because of some bad results that came in after my full physical.

5a
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Do you eat spicy food?


My suggestion is Kim Chi stew...extra spicy.

Or just kim chi.


As much as you can stomach.

Personally I love it.

tounge

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I knew there was something special about you -)

Kim Chee rocks... voted #1 food by the WHO at one time
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I knew there was something special about you -)

Kim Chee rocks... voted #1 food by the WHO at one time
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Ditto.

:)



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I knew there was something special about you -)

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Ditto.


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tounge


Apparently, that word does not mean what I always assumed it did.

What I meant to say was, I knew there was something special about you as well.

Many of us who find ourselves here.

I thought it was more of a 'back atcha/same to you' kinda idiom.

lol.


Live and learn.

:)

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NASA, that paper shows how neutral gas should be confined to filaments, being free to drift up or down the filament, while being constrained from moving across the filament. Forgetting about theory, in the case of the Double Helix Nebula, we SEE that gas is confined to filaments by the magnetic field. In either case, there is no "wind" of neutrals across the magnetic field.
In the case of our sun, we know we are at the edge of a cloud of gas, and skimming the edge of that cloud (earlier told by theosophy). According to Wal Thornhill, our sun is positively charged. So look at this video of water filaments:
[link to www.thunderbolts.info]
This is just a smaller scale of how we are moving. Once again the point is the same, the positive ions in that water bridge might collide with the neutrals. It's the ions that travel across the filament,spiraling in the magnetic field.
You can imagine some tiny mainstream scientist riding along on one of those water ions, refusing to accept that his ion has charge, and trying to figure out why all that neutral water is running into him from across the magnetic field.

sorry if it seems I'm beating this point into the ground, but this article [link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
says we KNOW that the sun is skimming the cloud surface . They THINK that we just encountered the cloud a few thousand years ago. That is based on the sun being on a long term elliptical orbit around galactic center. It is more likely that just as the water ions here: [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
are ALWAYS skimming the filament's surface, so the sun has also been skimming around the local gas cloud (which they know to be filamentary ).
 Quoting: observation


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My good news today is I have to get a colonoscopy done because of some bad results that came in after my full physical.

5a
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damned



:D
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Oh hey Sept...Let us know about the results...and good luck.

Use the force Luke...
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Scientists in Hong Kong map initial anti-aging formula

[link to news.yahoo.com]


"The team went further to see if the binding efficiency between Lamin A and SIRTI would be boosted with resveratrol, a compound found in the skin of red grapes and other fruits which has been touted by some scientists and companies as a way to slow aging or remain healthy as people get older.

Associate professor Zhou Zhongjun, who led the study, said healthy mice fed with concentrated resveratrol fared significantly better than healthy mice not given the compound.

"We actually delayed the onset of aging and extended the healthy lifespan," Zhou said of the mice."



Aren't the 'Gods' of our myths often shown indulging in grapes?

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Scientists in Hong Kong map initial anti-aging formula

[link to news.yahoo.com]


"The team went further to see if the binding efficiency between Lamin A and SIRTI would be boosted with resveratrol, a compound found in the skin of red grapes and other fruits which has been touted by some scientists and companies as a way to slow aging or remain healthy as people get older.

Associate professor Zhou Zhongjun, who led the study, said healthy mice fed with concentrated resveratrol fared significantly better than healthy mice not given the compound.

"We actually delayed the onset of aging and extended the healthy lifespan," Zhou said of the mice."



Aren't the 'Gods' of our myths often shown indulging in grapes?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Britons living longer than previously thought
17th dec 2012


Britons are living far longer than previously thought with no sign that we are reaching an 'upper limit’ of how old people will get, a new report has shown.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

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Aren't the 'Gods' of our myths often shown indulging in grapes?

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lol





"Dionysus, was the god of the grape harvest, wine making and wine, of ritual madness and ecstasy in Greek mythology."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


cool2

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Aren't the 'Gods' of our myths often shown indulging in grapes?

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lol





"Dionysus, was the god of the grape harvest, wine making and wine, of ritual madness and ecstasy in Greek mythology."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


cool2
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i may return to alcohol especially when i live in a country where they make it

hmm
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My good news today is I have to get a colonoscopy done because of some bad results that came in after my full physical.

5a
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damned



:D
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cruise
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Oh hey Sept...Let us know about the results...and good luck.

Use the force Luke...
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Thanks Ray.

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the russians say alcohol shows the "demon within"
if it is there to be seen

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the russians say alcohol shows the "demon within"
if it is there to be seen
 Quoting: aether


I guess if you are an angry drunk I suppose.

It's also very cold there for many months of the year...


People like being warm.

And happy.

wine
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the russians say alcohol shows the "demon within"
if it is there to be seen
 Quoting: aether


I guess if you are an angry drunk I suppose.

It's also very cold there for many months of the year...


People like being warm.

And happy.

wine
 Quoting: Seer777


yes
in moscow they brew pure alcohol . well everywhere in russia they do
major social problem of russia plus hard drugs
population is decreasing generally over there

i`m not sure long dark winters are so good for us
especially when you can live in all year round sun

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oh

as we were talking feedback gave this which to me has your name on it tounge

i have only looked at the start

[link to www.anatomieantique.com]

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