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nobody
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weavers predate underlying stones,,

as those whom created the perfect board were thus clothed,,

yet the light passes through the web regardless,,

when the matter of importance is captured,,


narsis-ically is all ever ,,when a travelling question is not answered,, unbekown to a fulcrum based upon balance woven indeed,,

peerhaps a mirror,,


much love,,
Seer777
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weavers predate underlying stones,,

as those whom created the perfect board were thus clothed,,

yet the light passes through the web regardless,,

when the matter of importance is captured,,


narsis-ically is all ever ,,when a travelling question is not answered,, unbekown to a fulcrum based upon balance woven indeed,,

peerhaps a mirror,,


much love,,
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Beautiful words today Nobody.


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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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This Newport Tower on the solstice at 9 in the morning, light comes in through the window and illuminates the eggshaped keystone?? And not just a light but a box of light. So what is an egg in a box mean?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


this guy built it
vital part of american history

Benedict Arnold (governor)
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weavers predate underlying stones,,

as those whom created the perfect board were thus clothed,,

yet the light passes through the web regardless,,

when the matter of importance is captured,,


narsis-ically is all ever ,,when a travelling question is not answered,, unbekown to a fulcrum based upon balance woven indeed,,

peerhaps a mirror,,


much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


Beautiful words today Nobody.


IndrasNet

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bump
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

This Newport Tower on the solstice at 9 in the morning, light comes in through the window and illuminates the eggshaped keystone?? And not just a light but a box of light. So what is an egg in a box mean?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


this guy built it
vital part of american history

Benedict Arnold (governor)
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: aether


Medieval Templars
The prolific British writer Andrew Sinclair has put forth the hypothesis that the Newport Tower was built by medieval Scottish Templars led by the Scottish earl Henry Sinclair, as part of an alleged voyage to New England about a hundred years before Columbus. Sinclair's alleged voyage to America has been vigorously disputed
 Quoting: observation


cos sinclair built roslyn

Rosslyn Chapel
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

so that would make the illuminted box the secret sign of:
pandora`s box aka. ark of the covenant
and the illumination by light given by "god" once a year at a set time tells those whom know, you the builder know the secret of light (god)

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imagine the awe created when you constructed things around our world which at a set time on a set one day only once a year illuminated by nature in the precise spot at the precise moment you told

magic

huh
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imagine the awe created when you constructed things around our world which at a set time on a set one day only once a year illuminated by nature in the precise spot at the precise moment you told

magic

huh
 Quoting: aether


no phones, no internet, few books, no history other than local history
no knowing motion in our sky
no knowing anything we take for granted today

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This Newport Tower on the solstice at 9 in the morning, light comes in through the window and illuminates the eggshaped keystone?? And not just a light but a box of light. So what is an egg in a box mean?
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That's about a 20 minute drive from me...I should go check it out...
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Thread: RT NEWS! PIN!! Doomsday re-scheduled? Archaeological record suggests Mayan Armageddon is Sunday

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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

This Newport Tower on the solstice at 9 in the morning, light comes in through the window and illuminates the eggshaped keystone?? And not just a light but a box of light. So what is an egg in a box mean?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


That's about a 20 minute drive from me...I should go check it out...
 Quoting: Rayrayz




you had better go to meet "god" today lmao
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imagine the awe created when you constructed things around our world which at a set time on a set one day only once a year illuminated by nature in the precise spot at the precise moment you told

magic

huh
 Quoting: aether


no phones, no internet, few books, no history other than local history
no knowing motion in our sky
no knowing anything we take for granted today
 Quoting: aether


Genius! The mayans did that as well in their houses, I think...just to light their rooms in the evening.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

This Newport Tower on the solstice at 9 in the morning, light comes in through the window and illuminates the eggshaped keystone?? And not just a light but a box of light. So what is an egg in a box mean?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


That's about a 20 minute drive from me...I should go check it out...
 Quoting: Rayrayz


cool! Let us know if you do and what you find.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

This Newport Tower on the solstice at 9 in the morning, light comes in through the window and illuminates the eggshaped keystone?? And not just a light but a box of light. So what is an egg in a box mean?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


That's about a 20 minute drive from me...I should go check it out...
 Quoting: Rayrayz




you had better go to meet "god" today lmao
 Quoting: aether


Thanks Seer. I'm good, promise.

hugs
 Quoting: Septenary Man

sapt may like to see it
seems a "loose end" kind of day in his location tounge

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Something to think on Nobodycool2
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random

nobody
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ac635,,

please forgive this one,, as the return from an ardeous dog walking experience,, where the waters were deeper than expected,, has dampened momentarily this ones retorical awareness,,

perhaps this is relative towards your requisite
notation,, as often dampened sirius motives belay un-recognised intention,,

the depth of the waters feel not the surface ripples,,

as equally are the tides of effect not discretely shared beyond or within the plausible sight of the suface,,

suggestive ripple motive can appear to guide,, yet the real drawn guide is of course always much deeper,,

chess players see time as a virtue,,

as do those out of time,,

yet the threads of time are woven indeed,,



much love,,
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12/22/2012 05:23 PM
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I am a bundle of anxiousness and restlessness combined with a want to do nothing at all, which does not mix well with restlessness.

Which creates much pacing back and forth, or staring off towards the creek looking at birds and squirrels.

ugh.

Much of time here on GLP feels like wasted moments, though I know it has not, it still feels so.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


As if all the experiences and all the knowledge leads to nothing in the end.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


It forges you, I think
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That is EXACTLY how I look at it.
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It forges you, I think
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That is EXACTLY how I look at it.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


:)


This world is the hottest forge in which the finest steel is forged. In other words, life is supposed to suck. The harder it is, the more you grow from it. Count your blessings.

Even your hardships will make sense one day.
 Quoting: THE-FALL


Agreed.


However, not 'suck'.

Man chooses his tomorrow, today...


Pressure and heat refine carbon to diamond.

 Quoting: Bea Nameless


And steel...into a sWORD.


 Quoting: Seer777




One learns to appreciate the 'gifts'.

As you know...

 Quoting: Seer777



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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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It forges you, I think
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


That is EXACTLY how I look at it.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


:)


This world is the hottest forge in which the finest steel is forged. In other words, life is supposed to suck. The harder it is, the more you grow from it. Count your blessings.

Even your hardships will make sense one day.
 Quoting: THE-FALL


Agreed.


However, not 'suck'.

Man chooses his tomorrow, today...


Pressure and heat refine carbon to diamond.

 Quoting: Bea Nameless


And steel...into a sWORD.


 Quoting: Seer777




One learns to appreciate the 'gifts'.

As you know...

 Quoting: Seer777



:)
 Quoting: Seer777


golden age became :

The sufferings of Our Lord, which culminated in His death upon the cross, seem to have been conceived of as one inseparable whole from a very early period.
 Quoting: Pope

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The Four Noble Truths

1. Life means suffering.

2. The origin of suffering is attachment.

3. The cessation of suffering is attainable.

4. The path to the cessation of suffering
 Quoting: budha

. [link to www.thebigview.com]

i suspect what we label in our 21st century, madness, had something to do with the after affect of golden age experience and conclusions we drew from it tounge
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aether,,

when an elastic band reaches the full stretch potential a retraction is inevitable by design,,

magnectic fields mirror this pattern of expansion/contraction when effected by gravity,,

the oppersite is true of compressed density,,

time is the density of comprehension,,


much love,,
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i know
here is now
and there was then
both the same ingredients
differing "tension"

i am noticing my mood is too high spirited to settle on the topic suffer or any derivatives of it`s meaning

sorry if i am sounding flippant on the serious tounge
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that is fine aether,,

this one is somewhat over zeleous at times,,

much love,,
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The term IMAGINAL is noted in the Oxford Dictionary of the English Language as first used circa 1647 in the following context: "That inward life's the impresse imaginall Of Nature's Art."
A closely associated term, was IMAGINATORY, noted in print in 1618 in the context of: "The Dreamings ... which have entered and centered themselves in thy Imaginatory Mind."
The term IMAGINATION is found in English at about 1340 in the context of forming a mental concept of what is not actually physically present to the senses. Circa 1509, IMAGINATION was defined as "The creative faculty of the mind in its highest aspect; the power of framing new and striking intellectual conceptions."
Noah Webster's 1828 Dictionary defines IMAGINATION as "The power or faculty of the mind by which it conceives and forms ideas of things communicated to it by the organs of the senses." The 1967 version of Webster's carries this same definition.
In most contemporary dictionaries, IMAGINAL (adjective) is defined as "of or relating to imagination or to images or imagery." The needs of researchers of the faculties of imagination have required the introduction of The IMAGINAL as a noun, and which refers to all processes of imagination.
IMAGINATION and IMAGINAL are often confused with ILLUSION, defined as "the state or fact of being intellectually deceived or misled; a misleading image presented to the vision; sensory perception to which wrong interpretation is attached." Attributing the definition of ILLUSION to IMAGINATION or the IMAGINAL is therefore spurious.
During modern times, the tendency arose to consider the phenomena of "Dreamings" as separate from the phenomena of "imagination." Organized research into the imaginatory and imaginal faculties began in the 1920s, and has confirmed that dreams and imagination are similar and purposeful components of human imaginal faculties.
 Quoting: observation
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feel so full of love,,

mental fidgiting,,lol,,

much love,,
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Both imagination and waking dream need to be defined since Western culture disbelieves in the vital reality of imagination and is uninformed of the function regarding waking dream processes.

In common western usage, "imagination" means the formation of mental image which is neither real nor present. It is often used as synonymous with fantasy similarly perceived as having little to do with the "real" world.

But this has not always been the case. In 1976, Carol McMahon illustrated how imagination served a very real function in Western life in general and western medicine in particular, which had been holistic prior to the advent of dualistic Cartesian thought in the 17th century. McMahon writes:

"Among the faculties of the soul were sensation, reason, digestion, and imagination. The lattermost was a major theoretical variable in human physiopathology. The theory of imagination-produced disease reached in zenith in Renaissance medical treatises, where its implications for diagnosis, prognostication and therapy were fully elaborated. Although the conceptualization of imagination as causal in altering bodily functions antedated Aristotle, it was his formulation which became the received view of the Renaissance.

"It was this soul which accounts for the historical greatness of psychological medicine. When Descartes (1596-1650) redefined soul as "immaterial substance" or "mind," imagination's role in the disease process was irrevocably taken from it. An era ensued in which the existence of "mental illness" was denied. How, it was asked, could an "immaterial substance" possibly be sick?

"We have failed to profit from the accomplishments of our early predecessors because of a discontinuity in the history of medicine. In the pre-Cartesian era, medicine was invariably holistic or psychosomatic. In the post-Cartesian dualistic era, mechanistic physiopathology gained ascendancy, and psychophysiological events were forbidden on logical grounds."

Before Descartes, imagination was thought to reside in the ventricles of the brain and to be the regulator of visual phenomena, which encompassed dreams and hallucinations as well as emotions.
The individual who was treated for physical and emotional disorders was given exercises that involved his visualization capacity. An object might appear to the individual during these exercises.

In waking life, the individual would then acquire such an object to wear as a talisman or amulet, to remind him of the discoveries he made by utilizing his imagination about himself and his disturbances. He was thereby able to sustain the influence of imagination in his everyday life and live this continuity between imaginal and waking life.

It is interesting that activity associated with imagination was located in the brain. Current investigation of right hemispheric activity has accorded this hemisphere of the brain the function of mediating activity of the imagination.
This activity is a NONRATIONAL thought process dealing with gestaltic perception.
Significantly, the right cerebral hemisphere is connected with functions of the left side of the body, which is the location of the heart. Numerous cultures, including the Hebraic and the ancient Egyptian (Schwaller de Lubicz, 1977) and the North American Indian (Se'journe', 1976) call imagination and holistic perception the "intelligence of the heart." [link to www.biomindsuperpowers.com]
 Quoting: observation


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/z\ that reminds me

i had a thought
while i walked

imagination = remote view function

if that is true, does it alter our motive to utilize imagination

Imagination, also called the faculty of imagining, is the ability of forming mental images, sensations and concepts, in a moment when they are not perceived through sight, hearing or other senses.
 Quoting: imagination

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 Quoting: aether


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whilst you say your mental persuasive narrative is redundant by emotion,,

it is felt that a certain professor regarding closed circuit photon time related experiments within a barium enriched enviroment are of interest,,

perhaps?,,

much love
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

This Newport Tower on the solstice at 9 in the morning, light comes in through the window and illuminates the eggshaped keystone?? And not just a light but a box of light. So what is an egg in a box mean?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


That's about a 20 minute drive from me...I should go check it out...
 Quoting: Rayrayz


Medieval Templars

The prolific British writer Andrew Sinclair has put forth the hypothesis that the Newport Tower was built by medieval Scottish Templars led by the Scottish earl Henry Sinclair, as part of an alleged voyage to New England about a hundred years before Columbus.[37] Sinclair's alleged voyage to America has been vigorously disputed.[38]

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This expedition is described in "The Sword and the Grail" by Andrew Sinclair, a descendant of Henry St. Clair. There is a good deal about Templars and Masons and similar matters, which I read with a certain amount of scepticism but it seems to me he makes a very good case for the reality of the 1398 expedition. (Almost everything written about Templars and Masons is highly controversial, and open to a great deal of speculation.)
[link to www.angelfire.com]
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Knight and Lomas speculate that the Knights Templar discovered under the Temple Mount in Jerusalem a royal archive dating from King Solomon's times that stated that Phoenicians from Tyre voyaged to a westerly continent following a star called "La Merika". According to Knight and Lomas, the Templars learned that to sail to that continent, they had to follow a star by the same name, which became the origin of the name "America". Sinclair supposedly followed this route.[19]

The theory also makes use of the supposed Templar connection to explain the name Nova Scotia ("New Scotland" in Latin). It is based on the 18th century tale that some Templars escaped the suppression of their order by fleeing to Scotland during the reign of Robert the Bruce[20] and fought in the Battle of Bannockburn.[21]

Claims persist that Rosslyn Chapel contains Templar imagery. Andrew Sinclair speculates that the grave slab now in the crypt is that of a Templar knight[22]: According to author Robert Lomas, the chapel also has an engraving depicting a knight templar holding the sword over a head of an initiate, supposedly to protect the secrets of the templars.[23] Rosslyn Chapel was built by Sir William St Clair, last St Clair Earl of Orkney, who was the grandson of Henry. According to Lomas, Sir William, the chapel builder, is also the direct ancestor of the first Grand Master of Masons of Scotland, also named William St Clair (Sinclair).[23]
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whilst you say your mental persuasive narrative is redundant by emotion,,

it is felt that a certain professor regarding closed circuit photon time related experiments within a barium enriched enviroment are of interest,,

perhaps?,,

much love
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


i am having pleasant "difficulty" because i am emotionally within events awaiting to happen prompted by real time reality

the "difficulty" is i`m emotionally experiencing "living" how my life not is lived at this moment so i am "without thought" using information that does not fit real time

i`ve adjusted tounge
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

This Newport Tower on the solstice at 9 in the morning, light comes in through the window and illuminates the eggshaped keystone?? And not just a light but a box of light. So what is an egg in a box mean?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


That's about a 20 minute drive from me...I should go check it out...
 Quoting: Rayrayz


Medieval Templars

The prolific British writer Andrew Sinclair has put forth the hypothesis that the Newport Tower was built by medieval Scottish Templars led by the Scottish earl Henry Sinclair, as part of an alleged voyage to New England about a hundred years before Columbus.[37] Sinclair's alleged voyage to America has been vigorously disputed.[38]

==========================================================
This expedition is described in "The Sword and the Grail" by Andrew Sinclair, a descendant of Henry St. Clair. There is a good deal about Templars and Masons and similar matters, which I read with a certain amount of scepticism but it seems to me he makes a very good case for the reality of the 1398 expedition. (Almost everything written about Templars and Masons is highly controversial, and open to a great deal of speculation.)
[link to www.angelfire.com]
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Knight and Lomas speculate that the Knights Templar discovered under the Temple Mount in Jerusalem a royal archive dating from King Solomon's times that stated that Phoenicians from Tyre voyaged to a westerly continent following a star called "La Merika". According to Knight and Lomas, the Templars learned that to sail to that continent, they had to follow a star by the same name, which became the origin of the name "America". Sinclair supposedly followed this route.[19]

The theory also makes use of the supposed Templar connection to explain the name Nova Scotia ("New Scotland" in Latin). It is based on the 18th century tale that some Templars escaped the suppression of their order by fleeing to Scotland during the reign of Robert the Bruce[20] and fought in the Battle of Bannockburn.[21]

Claims persist that Rosslyn Chapel contains Templar imagery. Andrew Sinclair speculates that the grave slab now in the crypt is that of a Templar knight[22]: According to author Robert Lomas, the chapel also has an engraving depicting a knight templar holding the sword over a head of an initiate, supposedly to protect the secrets of the templars.[23] Rosslyn Chapel was built by Sir William St Clair, last St Clair Earl of Orkney, who was the grandson of Henry. According to Lomas, Sir William, the chapel builder, is also the direct ancestor of the first Grand Master of Masons of Scotland, also named William St Clair (Sinclair).[23]
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 Quoting: Rayrayz


yes we are all going to have to fit this into our lives because our past few hundred years are formed with motivated care wrapped in templar and associated goals

they, like everyone else, are going to have to fit recent discovery into practical application
but
in our 21 st century, they and their associates are a vital force in military matters of the "west"
and
because the "west" possess the biggest killing ability
they have an important say in what "fitting in" translates into tounge

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