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parrotsandwhiskey
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Babbling in the corner, blanket pulled over my head...
A little over a week ago, the sun spit a watermelon seed at us. I heard about it on NPR, heard the description of the solar cycle, learned that the sun was covered in small spots, much like acne, and that she would pop those zits, one by one, sending a photon spray into the universe. I wanted to stop the broadcast, wanted to save it for later. I had heard of sunspots - sure - but didn't realize they could belch and hiccup and disrupt our dance like a poorly chosen partner.

So, I did what any other regular American would do. Consulted Dr. Google. Found photographs of sunspots so dangerous they could kill us with one cough. The photos at NASA looked like hairy amoeba - the magnetic spots swirl, black and yellow, black and blue - depends on the filter you choose - look like something you'd swirl down the sink, flush into oblivion. The world orders itself into those patterns that please, those that terrify. And the sunspots terrified me. I started seeing them in my dreams: filamented insects scurrying across a fiery surface, some kind of vector of uncatalogued disease, warriors of unspeakable beauty and chaos.

I learned that we once faced a sun spray so large that it cut communication, froze telegraph, sent the aurora lights cascading into tropical lands that only knew the red-orange glow of the sun fading into the ocean. We could die by the very imposing yellow object that gave us life, by Father Sun, by the object that gave us a hundred, a thousand myths. We could die.

I googled again. Found this site. Found the Solar Flare thread. Found out that we are approaching a Solar Maximum next year. Found out that what "they" tell us isn't quite necessarily What Is. And that, my friends, is what prompts this post.

I read the entire Solar thread, all 1034 pages of it, couldn't understand most of it, I'm a simple single mom in a landlocked state, in a land whose cries of drought have echoed for a thousand years, for two thousand. The sun is my lover, my enemy, as it is for everyone in my southwestern land. I decided to let it ruminate. Perhaps we would fry this year. Perhaps next. Perhaps not for a billion years. It's just the ramblings of internet freaks, right?

I jumped to another thread. And the universe exploded. My mind found itself flung into corners dark and wondrous. Was it simply one crazy shooter? Or something else? Aliens. Birth certificates. Music from another era. Chemicals and weapons and destruction, news that doesn't become News, eyewitnesses, people who Know Things, the unspeakable, the unknowable. Why didn't I know about these things?

One of the Regular. One of the sheople. One of the shackled. That was me. Until a week ago. At the age of 46, with two teenage sons at home, a single mother who is discovering her own skin, I am in a terrifying and welcome awakening. I am not the same person I was ten days ago when the sun winked in our direction, sent proton and storm and disrupted our magnetic field. I don't understand it, but know that I will never, ever be the same.

Who are we? What is this life? These are questions I only considered in ways conventional and ordinary. And now I think beyond the newspaper and CNN report. Now I think. And my own mind, dusty from acquiescence, tries to make the leaps.

I'm just babbling in the corner, a blanket pulled over my head. The world, the solar system, the universe isn't what I thought a week ago. And the birth is painful.

Thoughts welcome. Please?
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A little over a week ago, the sun spit a watermelon seed at us. I heard about it on NPR, heard the description of the solar cycle, learned that the sun was covered in small spots, much like acne, and that she would pop those zits, one by one, sending a photon spray into the universe. I wanted to stop the broadcast, wanted to save it for later. I had heard of sunspots - sure - but didn't realize they could belch and hiccup and disrupt our dance like a poorly chosen partner.

So, I did what any other regular American would do. Consulted Dr. Google. Found photographs of sunspots so dangerous they could kill us with one cough. The photos at NASA looked like hairy amoeba - the magnetic spots swirl, black and yellow, black and blue - depends on the filter you choose - look like something you'd swirl down the sink, flush into oblivion. The world orders itself into those patterns that please, those that terrify. And the sunspots terrified me. I started seeing them in my dreams: filamented insects scurrying across a fiery surface, some kind of vector of uncatalogued disease, warriors of unspeakable beauty and chaos.

I learned that we once faced a sun spray so large that it cut communication, froze telegraph, sent the aurora lights cascading into tropical lands that only knew the red-orange glow of the sun fading into the ocean. We could die by the very imposing yellow object that gave us life, by Father Sun, by the object that gave us a hundred, a thousand myths. We could die.

I googled again. Found this site. Found the Solar Flare thread. Found out that we are approaching a Solar Maximum next year. Found out that what "they" tell us isn't quite necessarily What Is. And that, my friends, is what prompts this post.

I read the entire Solar thread, all 1034 pages of it, couldn't understand most of it, I'm a simple single mom in a landlocked state, in a land whose cries of drought have echoed for a thousand years, for two thousand. The sun is my lover, my enemy, as it is for everyone in my southwestern land. I decided to let it ruminate. Perhaps we would fry this year. Perhaps next. Perhaps not for a billion years. It's just the ramblings of internet freaks, right?

I jumped to another thread. And the universe exploded. My mind found itself flung into corners dark and wondrous. Was it simply one crazy shooter? Or something else? Aliens. Birth certificates. Music from another era. Chemicals and weapons and destruction, news that doesn't become News, eyewitnesses, people who Know Things, the unspeakable, the unknowable. Why didn't I know about these things?

One of the Regular. One of the sheople. One of the shackled. That was me. Until a week ago. At the age of 46, with two teenage sons at home, a single mother who is discovering her own skin, I am in a terrifying and welcome awakening. I am not the same person I was ten days ago when the sun winked in our direction, sent proton and storm and disrupted our magnetic field. I don't understand it, but know that I will never, ever be the same.

Who are we? What is this life? These are questions I only considered in ways conventional and ordinary. And now I think beyond the newspaper and CNN report. Now I think. And my own mind, dusty from acquiescence, tries to make the leaps.

I'm just babbling in the corner, a blanket pulled over my head. The world, the solar system, the universe isn't what I thought a week ago. And the birth is painful.

Thoughts welcome. Please?
 Quoting: parrotsandwhiskey


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"But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory" (1 Corinthians chapter 2, verse 7)
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welcome, its terrifying and exilarating isnt it? been at it for 2 years now, lol im 22. sad thing is is that an old man i worked with started telling me this since i was 12 but he always did it jokingly..hes a brilliant guy and he provoked me just the right way, i beleived some of the stuff he said,now i call him weekly to discuss the current going ons. just stay positive and learn as much as you can and share to those who will listen, thats the toughest part for me, is the others still alseep i wish i could help them but its something you cannot see until it slaps you lol. welcome 2 de show.hiding
~ Time devours all things, nothing ever stays the same so why get upset when it inevitably changes. Everything is as it should be. Just go with the flow of life. ~
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OP, I am sad to read your thread. But its not to late to abandon the insane reality-free conspiracy theories and embrace reality. This site is mostly populated by (1) the mentally ill, primarily the clinically paranoid, (2) people whose lives are in a terrible state so they hope for doom because they need excitement in dull lives, and (3) people role playing doom.

You want to believe in this stuff because you want to feel different. You need to feel like you are somehow enlightened and know more than the average "sheeple" - but its all a lie. Its not real. It shit people have made up and need to believe in. Chemtrails aren't real. Aliens arent real. Solar flares arent going to kill us all in the near future (it will...in billions of years - when neither you nor I will be here).

Stop going down the rabbit hole. Embrace reason and logic before its to late and you become just another paranoid lunatic. You WANT to believe. I know - I know how powerful it is to WANT TO BELIEVE. But you HAVE TO EMBRACE REALITY.
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I like the title of your thread.
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OP, I am sad to read your thread. But its not to late to abandon the insane reality-free conspiracy theories and embrace reality. This site is mostly populated by (1) the mentally ill, primarily the clinically paranoid, (2) people whose lives are in a terrible state so they hope for doom because they need excitement in dull lives, and (3) people role playing doom.

You want to believe in this stuff because you want to feel different. You need to feel like you are somehow enlightened and know more than the average "sheeple" - but its all a lie. Its not real. It shit people have made up and need to believe in. Chemtrails aren't real. Aliens arent real. Solar flares arent going to kill us all in the near future (it will...in billions of years - when neither you nor I will be here).

Stop going down the rabbit hole. Embrace reason and logic before its to late and you become just another paranoid lunatic. You WANT to believe. I know - I know how powerful it is to WANT TO BELIEVE. But you HAVE TO EMBRACE REALITY.
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Thread: Can You Name Just ONE Conspiracy Theory That Was PROVEN Correct?
"But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory" (1 Corinthians chapter 2, verse 7)
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JIMMY BUFFET,is that you.!!!?????.
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You have a great writing style, you should be a writer.
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Oh my gosh... I may never sleep again! ufo56
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OP, I am sad to read your thread. But its not to late to abandon the insane reality-free conspiracy theories and embrace reality. This site is mostly populated by (1) the mentally ill, primarily the clinically paranoid, (2) people whose lives are in a terrible state so they hope for doom because they need excitement in dull lives, and (3) people role playing doom.

You want to believe in this stuff because you want to feel different. You need to feel like you are somehow enlightened and know more than the average "sheeple" - but its all a lie. Its not real. It shit people have made up and need to believe in. Chemtrails aren't real. Aliens arent real. Solar flares arent going to kill us all in the near future (it will...in billions of years - when neither you nor I will be here).

Stop going down the rabbit hole. Embrace reason and logic before its to late and you become just another paranoid lunatic. You WANT to believe. I know - I know how powerful it is to WANT TO BELIEVE. But you HAVE TO EMBRACE REALITY.
 Quoting: parrotsandwhiskey:MV8xOTMxMDE1XzY0QjdBMjQ1



I don't think the answers are that black and white. Or maybe they are and I'm not far enough down the rabbit hole yet...

I've experienced enough of this world to know that I haven't always been told the truth. Our political system has proven that, without bringing in alien and mind control. But, I'm starting to ask myself, "If they would lie about THAT, what else are they covering up?"

There are layers to our existence, I'm starting to understand, and as we peel each layer up, look underneath, we can start to discern the shape of the universe, and for me, it's not the simple place it was a few weeks ago. And knowing that makes me feel alive, aware, as if I just realized I am in a fight for my life and mind.

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