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I've read a few of the threads about this nobody.... I can say that there is a lot of guess work involved.


Some thruth's and a lot of rubbish thrown in.

PROFILE...

A person or persons involved in one thing only...to uphold the sacred.


What would one of these people be like...


Be silent behind the shadows..why?
Not because they would be scared of tptb...but because they know what humanity has done with people who rise up in the public eye...they put them on a pedestal.

They don't crave attention..never have.

This nobody would know about what has to be done in the scheme of things...would know from a younger age about the larger picture.

Would know that he must be immersed into the same reality that the rest have under taken in every facet.

Would go through the same troubles and hurdles as the rest would...in every aspect of society he would have been immersed into that reality.

The only difference between him and humanity...
There can only be one difference...and it's not in ability wise because we all have the same essence.

This person would have been on earth from it's inception...Through certain incarnations in places of energy formations.

Working through the energy sites...the portals..vortex points that imbue the whole system in our fabric worlds.

You get a few that delve deep into the mysteries of subatomic creation...these types hold that energy through there incarnations.


Humanity in general decided that was not for them to delve deep inside these worlds.
So why do we put these nobodies on a pedestal...it's a perception that they posses an ability that rivals the rest..
False illusion on the part of humanity..that's why they hide in the shadows of humanity.


They know every person that they come in contact with..there very blueprint.
Every person is very familiar to them.
There more open in intution than most.
They have a very uncanny nack of knowing what unfolds
before them.

They know the bigger picture...they know the word god concept is a man made concept.
There perception would not be that there the chosen ones or the so called chosen from god.

Religion to them is a false perception...they know how it was formed to conform humanity into slavery.

There free from any religious belief...
All they strive for is for all humanity to become who they really are.
Nothing less.

They do carry a certain energy when they walk amongst humanity and some would notice a difference there.
But humanity would not know them or will they ever know them.

There is more than one... that has been mentioned
There is less than a hand full that carry that signature.

I've meet one in my life time.

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so youv met one of these notorious nobodies? im sure it was a interesting experience indeed ;)
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What about the Nobaby though ?

When do we get to see the Nobaby ?

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The so called nobody that you all talk about has been written in one book only.

A search in secret egypt..by DR paul brunton.
The last chapter...I meet an adept.
As it should be....I meet the nobody.


I'm very calculated in what I put down....I can guarantee you all.....this is 100% correct.


The mystery is no more.
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Yes, they are Ouroboros, flowing through all times, experiancing nodes of existence in the form of life. They themselves are trees of life.
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The mystery is no more.
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No-body, just heart and soul.
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Oldest Known Religion:
Religion goes back at least as far as human civilizations. Nobody knows what the first religion was. The Egyptians predate the Jews, The Mesopotamians predate them. The Chinese predate them...

Religions with a creation story often claim to be the oldest, since the world began with that creation and with the god or gods of that religion.

Hinduism: Since Sanskrit is the oldest written language, as far as religion being written down, and as far as organized religion is concerned, it would be Hinduism. It is said that when Rama appeared, according to our calendar, was a million or so years ago (not sure of the exact date, but it's a long time!) And Krishna, God himself according to the Vedic scriptures, appeared here 5,000 years ago. Buddha, about 500 B.C., Jesus, about 2,000 years ago. If you go through the different religious book and study this question deeply, you will find out that Hinduism is the oldest religion of the world. There are no dates and facts, but its history is about more than 50000 thousands years ago.

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Others say that animism would be the oldest known type of religion. This is a primitive religion, which sprang up independently in many areas of the world, but in most countries has mainly been replaced by more formal religion. In animism, spirits are considered to inhabit familiar objects in the landscape. For example, Australian aboriginal beliefs probably go back 60,000 or more.

Remnants of animal worship survived in Judaism and Christianity. Satan was a serpent; Jehovah, like Osiris, was worshiped as a bull; Christ was the lamb of God, and the Holy Ghost appeared in the form of a dove. However, these are only symbols of the worshiped object, and are not worshiped in themselves.

The Egyptian religion can also be considered the oldest religion. Its origins date back beyond 3000 BCE.

First off, this is a very general question. Religion comes from "religare," which is to bind, or have union with, etc. so humans throughout our history have been seeking this union. Yoga, in Sanskrit, means union. This longing for connection to God, to worship God, is innate in most all human beings.

Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are all Abrahamic religions. Abraham dates back to 1800 BC.

This also depends on religion - my personal belief is Judaism, since Adam and Eve, and then through Noah. Many people don't believe that nature or sex worship, solar worship, or worship of elements or forces of nature are technically religions. Most such people believe that a polytheistic worship of gods that represent the values of the people was the first religion (gone from today's world).

From a Biblical perspective, undoubtedly many of the religions of the world are very ancient, and no doubt included what is known today as various 'animistic' elements. Such worship is, according to the Biblical view, the worship of the creature rather than the Creator who made the particular object, whether it be the sun, or a tree etc. It would be akin to us worshiping and adoring a technological invention, instead of praising the inventor, as we know that everything has a maker. In the same way the Bible records these religions as a degeneration from the original monotheism we find in the beginning. The Bible also records the first type of religious ceremony in Genesis 3:3-6 where Cain and Abel both made offerings unto the Lord, the Creator of all. According to the Biblical view, all other religions would have come after this time and developed from it, essentially as creations of man. Genesis 4:3-5 (King James Version)

"And in process of time it came to pass, that Cain brought of the fruit of the ground an offering unto the LORD. And Abel, he also brought of the firstlings of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the LORD had respect unto Abel and to his offering: But unto Cain and to his offering he had not respect. And Cain was very wroth, and his countenance fell."

Even before this religious ceremony of the offering of the sacrifice, it is recorded that Adam had a form of open fellowship with God as He had spoken to him and received and understood God's instructions. This simple understanding and fellowship between persons, which in a sense transcends all religious practice as man meets personally with His maker, is what is restored to a degree when a person becomes a "new creation" in Christ and receives the in-dwelling Holy Spirit. This requires no religious ceremony, can occur anywhere and anytime, and is open to everyone who wishes to worship "in Spirit and in truth." It also has the assurance that everything has already been done and completed through the finished work of Jesus Christ, not through any amount of religious works which the devotee can do.

Worship of Animals and Plants - In the infancy of the world animals were deified and adored, and trees and plants were regarded as sentient beings and received the homage of man. Nearly every animal has been an object of worship. This worship flourished for ages in Egypt and India. In Egypt the worship of the bull (Apis) was associated with that of Osiris (Serapis). The cow is still considered sacred in India. Serpent worship has existed in every part of the world.

Australian aboriginal religion began about 6,000 years ago, not 60,000. However, the age of ancient religions predate Christianity's claim of a young earth.

According to AFROL.com:

"Archaeologists have discovered what seems to be remains of the world's earliest religious worship site in the remote Ngamiland region of Botswana. Here, our ancestors performed advanced rituals, worshiping the python some 70,000 years ago. The sensational discovery strengthens Africa's position as the cradle of modern man. ... While, up until now, scholars have largely held that man's first rituals were carried out over 40,000 years ago in Europe, it now appears that they were wrong about both the time and place. Associate Professor Sheila Coulson, from the Oslo University, however claims to have proof that modern humans started performing advanced rituals in Africa 70,000 years ago. She discovered mankind's oldest known ritual in Botswana.'

No doubt it's Islam. The first man also the the first prophet was Adam on the Earth, Adam(Peace be upon him) taught that Allah is the name of the God and follow the commands of Allah was the religion.

Vedic Hinduism and Zoroastrianism are considered the oldest organized religions.

I would place Hinduism as the first known religion, although it is not strictly a religion in the formal sense of the word, but a spiritual Tradition.

The origins of Hindu tradition have been traced as far as the ancient Vedic civilization (2nd and 1st millenia BCE up to 6th Century BCE) and ancient Indus Valley civilization (c3,000- 1500 BC) although there are archaeological indications that strongly suggest such spiritual Traditions whether Hinduism or not existed long before that - into pre-history

I'm sure neolithic man and even earlier Species of Mankind had their form of Ritualistic Worship or Traditions. It's possible we might never discover the first true religion and still others may wish to express their points of view or further this question based on their knowledge or expertise on the subject.

The practice of seeking and sharing (or hoarding) scarce resources, or alternately, practices and traditions that strengthened clan loyalty.

The oldest documented religion still in existence today is a form of paganism, believing in a god and goddess, it is over 40,000 years old, and was once practiced everywhere, though loosely, by Native Americans, Celts, and ancient Romans and tribal Africans. However, it is not as strong because of conviction and genocide by the catholic church.

The oldest known religion is shamanism, examples of this date back to when Neanderthals still accompanied us on the planet. The wisest and usually the oldest of a tribe would be appointed the Shaman. Responsible for guidance and medical treatment the Shaman defined religious rites and practices for his tribe. This is only one step away from the family unit which is usually not described as a religious group. Shamanism is found in the all parts of the world. An interesting note, a tribe that was expelled due to religious persecution from Egypt, migrated west and carried their religious practices and some Egyptian traditions with them, they still practice that same religion to this day in Mali. The Dogon? worship Ama, a god who came down on an ark and a wave of fire and landed in a storm who came from the Star Sirrus B, a star that is too far for the naked eye to see, yet they know exactly where it is using a special tool and information given to them by their god more than a thousand years ago.

This is easy to answer, Sumerians have the oldest KNOWN religion.Known is the key point, Sumerians have the OLDEST form of communication that told about their religion. Therefore, Sumerians have the oldest KNOWN religion.

Animism is believed to be the oldest religion on earth. Animism has been practised by Australian aborigines for at least sixty thousand years. There is also early evidence of animism in European cave art.
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When do we get to see the Nobaby ?

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You might have already, but you would not have realized it.

He instantly draws your attention, but His actions mislead you into thinking He is in fact, a Nobody.

So you in fact fall back into your sleep, and there you stay until He is ready.
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Religion is just a means for other "Nobodies", to turn themselves into "somebodies" and attain money/power/fame/sex.

You either Know God personally, or you do not know God.
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Great side stop for my quest! Thanks OP. This will keep me up for days.

A quote from Paul Brunton

"After such considerations, we are led to wonder what constitutes the reality behind the universe. This is a quest which takes us into religion, mysticism, and philosophy and the great mysteries of life, a quest which eventually confirms those celebrated words of Francis Bacon: "A little thinking may incline the mind toward atheism, but greatness of study bringeth the mind back again to God.""
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How would change come about through certain individuals.
Most think on the lines of someone preaching to them about certain knowledge or wisdom.
This has been dictated to the masses through the ages.
Were has that got humanity...still tucked up into bed and sleeping soundly.

There is only one way...and I mean one way to change this reality.

Everything is energy and vibrations through every system.

Humanity...earth...all that exists...seen or not seen.

Change only comes through energy shifts.

This is the only track that precides a nobody.
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How would change come about through certain individuals.
Most think on the lines of someone preaching to them about certain knowledge or wisdom.
This has been dictated to the masses through the ages.
Were has that got humanity...still tucked up into bed and sleeping soundly.

There is only one way...and I mean one way to change this reality.

Everything is energy and vibrations through every system.

Humanity...earth...all that exists...seen or not seen.

Change only comes through energy shifts.

This is the only track that precides a nobody.
 Quoting: mysterynomore


In the shadows, the catalyst is implemented. Only observation of change in expectations would be the only hints.
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The nobody is a group of people. Not one person. popcorn
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The nobody is all bs to me but a certain type of people doesnt seem so unlikely. Tell me, you said you met one before in your lifetime so how did he/she look like?
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"For him there must exist something more than merely being a member of the herd; there must be a higher direction leading to truth to satisfy the mind, to a nobler character to satisfy the conscience, to refined beautiful and gentler moods inspired by the arts, music, literature, and reverence. For him there must be a Quest."
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Oldest Known Religion:
Religion goes back at least as far as human civilizations. Nobody knows what the first religion was. The Egyptians predate the Jews, The Mesopotamians predate them. The Chinese predate them...

Religions with a creation story often claim to be the oldest, since the world began with that creation and with the god or gods of that religion.

Hinduism: Since Sanskrit is the oldest written language, as far as religion being written down, and as far as organized religion is concerned, it would be Hinduism. It is said that when Rama appeared, according to our calendar, was a million or so years ago (not sure of the exact date, but it's a long time!) And Krishna, God himself according to the Vedic scriptures, appeared here 5,000 years ago. Buddha, about 500 B.C., Jesus, about 2,000 years ago. If you go through the different religious book and study this question deeply, you will find out that Hinduism is the oldest religion of the world. There are no dates and facts, but its history is about more than 50000 thousands years ago.

Additional input from our users:

Others say that animism would be the oldest known type of religion. This is a primitive religion, which sprang up independently in many areas of the world, but in most countries has mainly been replaced by more formal religion. In animism, spirits are considered to inhabit familiar objects in the landscape. For example, Australian aboriginal beliefs probably go back 60,000 or more.

Remnants of animal worship survived in Judaism and Christianity. Satan was a serpent; Jehovah, like Osiris, was worshiped as a bull; Christ was the lamb of God, and the Holy Ghost appeared in the form of a dove. However, these are only symbols of the worshiped object, and are not worshiped in themselves.

The Egyptian religion can also be considered the oldest religion. Its origins date back beyond 3000 BCE.

First off, this is a very general question. Religion comes from "religare," which is to bind, or have union with, etc. so humans throughout our history have been seeking this union. Yoga, in Sanskrit, means union. This longing for connection to God, to worship God, is innate in most all human beings.

Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are all Abrahamic religions. Abraham dates back to 1800 BC.

This also depends on religion - my personal belief is Judaism, since Adam and Eve, and then through Noah. Many people don't believe that nature or sex worship, solar worship, or worship of elements or forces of nature are technically religions. Most such people believe that a polytheistic worship of gods that represent the values of the people was the first religion (gone from today's world).

From a Biblical perspective, undoubtedly many of the religions of the world are very ancient, and no doubt included what is known today as various 'animistic' elements. Such worship is, according to the Biblical view, the worship of the creature rather than the Creator who made the particular object, whether it be the sun, or a tree etc. It would be akin to us worshiping and adoring a technological invention, instead of praising the inventor, as we know that everything has a maker. In the same way the Bible records these religions as a degeneration from the original monotheism we find in the beginning. The Bible also records the first type of religious ceremony in Genesis 3:3-6 where Cain and Abel both made offerings unto the Lord, the Creator of all. According to the Biblical view, all other religions would have come after this time and developed from it, essentially as creations of man. Genesis 4:3-5 (King James Version)

"And in process of time it came to pass, that Cain brought of the fruit of the ground an offering unto the LORD. And Abel, he also brought of the firstlings of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the LORD had respect unto Abel and to his offering: But unto Cain and to his offering he had not respect. And Cain was very wroth, and his countenance fell."

Even before this religious ceremony of the offering of the sacrifice, it is recorded that Adam had a form of open fellowship with God as He had spoken to him and received and understood God's instructions. This simple understanding and fellowship between persons, which in a sense transcends all religious practice as man meets personally with His maker, is what is restored to a degree when a person becomes a "new creation" in Christ and receives the in-dwelling Holy Spirit. This requires no religious ceremony, can occur anywhere and anytime, and is open to everyone who wishes to worship "in Spirit and in truth." It also has the assurance that everything has already been done and completed through the finished work of Jesus Christ, not through any amount of religious works which the devotee can do.

Worship of Animals and Plants - In the infancy of the world animals were deified and adored, and trees and plants were regarded as sentient beings and received the homage of man. Nearly every animal has been an object of worship. This worship flourished for ages in Egypt and India. In Egypt the worship of the bull (Apis) was associated with that of Osiris (Serapis). The cow is still considered sacred in India. Serpent worship has existed in every part of the world.

Australian aboriginal religion began about 6,000 years ago, not 60,000. However, the age of ancient religions predate Christianity's claim of a young earth.

According to AFROL.com:

"Archaeologists have discovered what seems to be remains of the world's earliest religious worship site in the remote Ngamiland region of Botswana. Here, our ancestors performed advanced rituals, worshiping the python some 70,000 years ago. The sensational discovery strengthens Africa's position as the cradle of modern man. ... While, up until now, scholars have largely held that man's first rituals were carried out over 40,000 years ago in Europe, it now appears that they were wrong about both the time and place. Associate Professor Sheila Coulson, from the Oslo University, however claims to have proof that modern humans started performing advanced rituals in Africa 70,000 years ago. She discovered mankind's oldest known ritual in Botswana.'

No doubt it's Islam. The first man also the the first prophet was Adam on the Earth, Adam(Peace be upon him) taught that Allah is the name of the God and follow the commands of Allah was the religion.

Vedic Hinduism and Zoroastrianism are considered the oldest organized religions.

I would place Hinduism as the first known religion, although it is not strictly a religion in the formal sense of the word, but a spiritual Tradition.

The origins of Hindu tradition have been traced as far as the ancient Vedic civilization (2nd and 1st millenia BCE up to 6th Century BCE) and ancient Indus Valley civilization (c3,000- 1500 BC) although there are archaeological indications that strongly suggest such spiritual Traditions whether Hinduism or not existed long before that - into pre-history

I'm sure neolithic man and even earlier Species of Mankind had their form of Ritualistic Worship or Traditions. It's possible we might never discover the first true religion and still others may wish to express their points of view or further this question based on their knowledge or expertise on the subject.

The practice of seeking and sharing (or hoarding) scarce resources, or alternately, practices and traditions that strengthened clan loyalty.

The oldest documented religion still in existence today is a form of paganism, believing in a god and goddess, it is over 40,000 years old, and was once practiced everywhere, though loosely, by Native Americans, Celts, and ancient Romans and tribal Africans. However, it is not as strong because of conviction and genocide by the catholic church.

The oldest known religion is shamanism, examples of this date back to when Neanderthals still accompanied us on the planet. The wisest and usually the oldest of a tribe would be appointed the Shaman. Responsible for guidance and medical treatment the Shaman defined religious rites and practices for his tribe. This is only one step away from the family unit which is usually not described as a religious group. Shamanism is found in the all parts of the world. An interesting note, a tribe that was expelled due to religious persecution from Egypt, migrated west and carried their religious practices and some Egyptian traditions with them, they still practice that same religion to this day in Mali. The Dogon? worship Ama, a god who came down on an ark and a wave of fire and landed in a storm who came from the Star Sirrus B, a star that is too far for the naked eye to see, yet they know exactly where it is using a special tool and information given to them by their god more than a thousand years ago.

This is easy to answer, Sumerians have the oldest KNOWN religion.Known is the key point, Sumerians have the OLDEST form of communication that told about their religion. Therefore, Sumerians have the oldest KNOWN religion.

Animism is believed to be the oldest religion on earth. Animism has been practised by Australian aborigines for at least sixty thousand years. There is also early evidence of animism in European cave art.
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A lot of this is our known history that were been taught.
Isn't that history been manipulated?

Egyptian history is not connected to the pyramids.
We are lead to believe that it is so.
The pyramids pre-date the first dynastic times.
Most of the history associated with egypt is a imitation copy from a pre-dated history.

That history has been lost or totally forgotten.

Shamanism existed before any religion or civilisation in our known history.
They were geomancers...shamans..astrologists...heirophants.

The original shamans aren't known in history.
They might be depicted as gods in religious texts but that applies only through individual mind sets.
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The nobody is all bs to me but a certain type of people doesnt seem so unlikely. Tell me, you said you met one before in your lifetime so how did he/she look like?
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he...

The one striking thing that grabs you straight away is there eyes.

It's the same as what brunton encounted and commented in his book.
The eyes have that term of being supernatural...a energy that you don't encounter.

They know every part of your make up...energy wise.
there is a picture of the same person i met and what brunton met and wrote about.
it's in his book...a search in secret egypt.

I met this person in the early eighties in egypt.

There are more than one..less than a handfull.
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the eyes to the world of the unseen and unheard
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No fucking profile fits the nobody!



a few creators everywhere lmao...

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"For him there must exist something more than merely being a member of the herd; there must be a higher direction leading to truth to satisfy the mind, to a nobler character to satisfy the conscience, to refined beautiful and gentler moods inspired by the arts, music, literature, and reverence. For him there must be a Quest."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25196431


What draws a person to focus totally on a intent.
What ever that maybe.

Is it a quest..a unquenchable fire that burns within..passion that burns with a thirst.

Or is it a direction of energy that gravitates to it's original blueprint.

Either way...does it really matter.
Does it really matter how change comes about..as long as the doorway re-opens..who cares

We all work in jobs..some are better at it than others in there chosen field they acquire...and some are the very best in there field.
That doesn't mean there ego driven...confidence in certain fields is a knowing that just rests there without thought.

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he...

The one striking thing that grabs you straight away is there eyes.

It's the same as what brunton encounted and commented in his book.
The eyes have that term of being supernatural...a energy that you don't encounter.

They know every part of your make up...energy wise.
there is a picture of the same person i met and what brunton met and wrote about.
it's in his book...a search in secret egypt.

I met this person in the early eighties in egypt.

There are more than one..less than a handfull.
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the part about the eyes and also your avatar reminded me of:

"We have been here all along. We have stayed underfoot. Our voice, our part has been subliminal. Our power has expressed itself in all the subtle, hidden gestures and meanings, which outer mind passes by, which we all know are the substance of this life.
What we have been doing as we wait for the old tired world to die away is to form an alliance with the earth and all the beings of earth, gathering strength, keeping out of surface affairs, just expectantly knowing our time is soon to come. And so we have indeed stayed well under and been perfectly equipped to carry on in this way forever.
We bear the authority of everything you have cast out in order to civilize the surface and push the depths under. We speak the silent languages of those who do not need to say much, a glance is sufficient.
We are aware that the old timers are crumbling and we are emerging. It may take us an adjustment to be willing to share, to disclose, to offer freely what we have been storing up in so many cellars since the dawn of time. We are not the least accustomed to the light of day. We have to do without, and if we are to be headed now, come to us on our own terms.
Listen closely. Pay careful heed. We share from a depth of experience that is startling. And if you are able to tune to our frequency of denial, suppressed worlds, you will be exposed to something you perhaps assumed had long ago passed from this world.
We are mighty. We are relentless. We can take on any form and no form. The outward matters little. What we seek now is for the whole circle to be restored. Shallow worlds, take notice! We have found our path now, we have remembered our lineage, and we will not be turned back."
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he...

The one striking thing that grabs you straight away is there eyes.

It's the same as what brunton encounted and commented in his book.
The eyes have that term of being supernatural...a energy that you don't encounter.

They know every part of your make up...energy wise.
there is a picture of the same person i met and what brunton met and wrote about.
it's in his book...a search in secret egypt.

I met this person in the early eighties in egypt.

There are more than one..less than a handfull.
 Quoting: mysterynomore


the part about the eyes and also your avatar reminded me of:

"We have been here all along. We have stayed underfoot. Our voice, our part has been subliminal. Our power has expressed itself in all the subtle, hidden gestures and meanings, which outer mind passes by, which we all know are the substance of this life.
What we have been doing as we wait for the old tired world to die away is to form an alliance with the earth and all the beings of earth, gathering strength, keeping out of surface affairs, just expectantly knowing our time is soon to come. And so we have indeed stayed well under and been perfectly equipped to carry on in this way forever.
We bear the authority of everything you have cast out in order to civilize the surface and push the depths under. We speak the silent languages of those who do not need to say much, a glance is sufficient.
We are aware that the old timers are crumbling and we are emerging. It may take us an adjustment to be willing to share, to disclose, to offer freely what we have been storing up in so many cellars since the dawn of time. We are not the least accustomed to the light of day. We have to do without, and if we are to be headed now, come to us on our own terms.
Listen closely. Pay careful heed. We share from a depth of experience that is startling. And if you are able to tune to our frequency of denial, suppressed worlds, you will be exposed to something you perhaps assumed had long ago passed from this world.
We are mighty. We are relentless. We can take on any form and no form. The outward matters little. What we seek now is for the whole circle to be restored. Shallow worlds, take notice! We have found our path now, we have remembered our lineage, and we will not be turned back."
 Quoting: andreidita


There are not many that have your understanding.
I sensed that energy...that's associated with romania.
I think you know what I'm talking about.
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Re: The profile that fits the nobody
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The nobody is a group of people. Not one person. popcorn
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Thats like saying that Hitler or John the dentist are a group of people

They are not, but someone wants them to be. What about your auntie ?!

Is she a group of people ?! She might be nobody special but that does not mean shes a group of people.
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There are not many that have your understanding.
I sensed that energy...that's associated with romania.
I think you know what I'm talking about.
 Quoting: mysterynomore


a land which accepted all...
claimed by many...
but conquered by none...
a small garden...
which shall be restored :)
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I wouldn't say a nobody is exactly free of religious beliefs..

the world 'religion' is corrupted and will have its meaning restored! well, it's my opinion tounge


About walking on shadows and not showing up.. as said, "like a thief on the night", there's something to be done, and apparently it's best done that way. Not sure humanity would exactly put him on a pedestal, or excrutiate him, or simply don't care about what he says.


Actually I do believe that this or these nobody/ies don't have (yet) anything out of the ordinary that can be seen with those normal eyes we currently have. Hence it would make no difference to show up, and it could actually serve the opposite purpose of the work.


But time approaches.. the day in which humanity will be able to see better.
- ? Nus.

-You Hold Witness I Witness

As if he could, by himself, say:
_Alive, therefore life itself.
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Re: The profile that fits the nobody
I've read a few of the threads about this nobody.... I can say that there is a lot of guess work involved.


Some thruth's and a lot of rubbish thrown in.

PROFILE...

A person or persons involved in one thing only...to uphold the sacred.


What would one of these people be like...


Be silent behind the shadows..why?
Not because they would be scared of tptb...but because they know what humanity has done with people who rise up in the public eye...they put them on a pedestal.

They don't crave attention..never have.

This nobody would know about what has to be done in the scheme of things...would know from a younger age about the larger picture.

Would know that he must be immersed into the same reality that the rest have under taken in every facet.

Would go through the same troubles and hurdles as the rest would...in every aspect of society he would have been immersed into that reality.

The only difference between him and humanity...
There can only be one difference...and it's not in ability wise because we all have the same essence.

This person would have been on earth from it's inception...Through certain incarnations in places of energy formations.

Working through the energy sites...the portals..vortex points that imbue the whole system in our fabric worlds.

You get a few that delve deep into the mysteries of subatomic creation...these types hold that energy through there incarnations.


Humanity in general decided that was not for them to delve deep inside these worlds.
So why do we put these nobodies on a pedestal...it's a perception that they posses an ability that rivals the rest..
False illusion on the part of humanity..that's why they hide in the shadows of humanity.


They know every person that they come in contact with..there very blueprint.
Every person is very familiar to them.
There more open in intution than most.
They have a very uncanny nack of knowing what unfolds
before them.

They know the bigger picture...they know the word god concept is a man made concept.
There perception would not be that there the chosen ones or the so called chosen from god.

Religion to them is a false perception...they know how it was formed to conform humanity into slavery.

There free from any religious belief...
All they strive for is for all humanity to become who they really are.
Nothing less.

They do carry a certain energy when they walk amongst humanity and some would notice a difference there.
But humanity would not know them or will they ever know them.

There is more than one... that has been mentioned
There is less than a hand full that carry that signature.

I've meet one in my life time.
 Quoting: mysterynomore


yes indeed.... I know that they also work with those that have some of the same attributes as they. However, it is my understanding that the nobody is highly aware of the simple elegant complexity of creation, the concept of HOPE and the Roman Catholic Church is close to the nobody's heart

There are nobody's here and there in life- it takes a almost nobody or a nobody to recognize them.

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