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Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?

 
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Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Anyone who has seen the movie:

I understand Old Man Peabody "owned all of the land" of the Twin Pines Mall, and they named the mall after it, etc.

But Doc makes a point to say "He had this crazy idea of breeding pine trees" then contemplates it -- as if it has a deeper meaning.

I understand the mall becomes the "Lone Pine Mall", etc.

What is the meaning he's getting at? Seems more than just a humorous reference, and it doesn't seem to make sense with a movie where everything has a reason.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Pine Cone & Pine Tree

Are Symbolic To The Pineal Gland/Third Eye And The Tree of Knowledge.

The Hidden (Genetic) History And Origin Of Our Creation And Source.

The Fact That This Is Mentioned In A Movie About Time Travel And Going "Back" To Our Future... Connects Many Occult And Gnostic Teachings.

Alpha/Omega.

As Above So Below.

And The Simplicity Of Looking Back Far Enough In Our Knowledge And History To Find The Truth Within.

For Example, Some Of The Earliest "Known" Words/Language/Symbols And History Is From The Summerian/Babylonian Period...

They Speak Of A Creator God(s)... Who Came From The Stars (Outer Space)... Beyond Earth And Created Humanity Through Genetic (DNA) Manipulation. Humans Were Created As A Slave/Livestock Race. That's One Of Our Oldest Known Mythologies And Creation Story Sources...

Yet, Modern Day Man Dismisses This As Nonsense, When There Is So Much Evidence That Shows It To Be True.

The Fact That A Stone And Grain Type Culture Knew The Sizes And Colors Of Our Outer Planets Is PROOF That Someone (Time Traveler) Taught Them Knowledge Beyond Their Grasp.

So, In Summary...

Pine Tree = Tree Of Knowledge. DNA.

Pine Cone = Pineal Gland. Third Eye.

Research. Learn. Enjoy!

hf

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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Pine Cone & Pine Tree

Are Symbolic To The Pineal Gland/Third Eye And The Tree of Knowledge.

The Hidden (Genetic) History And Origin Of Our Creation And Source.

The Fact That This Is Mentioned In A Movie About Time Travel And Going "Back" To Our Future... Connects Many Occult And Gnostic Teachings.

Alpha/Omega.

As Above So Below.

And The Simplicity Of Looking Back Far Enough In Our Knowledge And History To Find The Truth Within.

For Example, Some Of The Earliest "Known" Words/Language/Symbols And History Is From The Summerian/Babylonian Period...

They Speak Of A Creator God(s)... Who Came From The Stars (Outer Space)... Beyond Earth And Created Humanity Through Genetic (DNA) Manipulation. Humans Were Created As A Slave/Livestock Race. That's One Of Our Oldest Known Mythologies And Creation Story Sources...

Yet, Modern Day Man Dismisses This As Nonsense, When There Is So Much Evidence That Shows It To Be True.

The Fact That A Stone And Grain Type Culture Knew The Sizes And Colors Of Our Outer Planets Is PROOF That Someone (Time Traveler) Taught Them Knowledge Beyond Their Grasp.

So, In Summary...

Pine Tree = Tree Of Knowledge. DNA.

Pine Cone = Pineal Gland. Third Eye.

Research. Learn. Enjoy!

hf
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Interesting... so you think this was just planted in the movie for this hidden reason?
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Twin=2=Breeding Pair
Lone=One=Failed Attempt
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Monsantos next project to control all the wood...
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Doc: Time-traveling is just too dangerous. Better that I devote myself to study the other great mystery of the universe: women! [then contemplates it]
Interesting... so you think this was just planted in the movie for this hidden reason?
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
...and swallowed again...
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
88 mph = 88 constellations.

Astrolatry.

The flux capacitor means something too but forget now.

Breeding pine trees could also be green agenda...pine plantations to offset carbon dioxide.

Great Scott.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
in the start of the film when they first go to the mall its called "Twin Pines Mall" then he runs over one of the pine trees in the Delorean, later at the end of the film when he goes back to then mall it is called "lone pine mall" showing that the timeline has changed.

Nothing more than a cool feature of the film.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Maybe old man Peabody was a guru who wanted to teach meditation practice to many people, activating many pineal glands in order to effect mass consciousness enlightenment. That's the entire premise of the movie. When kundalini energy rises up the spine and lights the pineal gland, which is pinecone shaped, out of body experiences happen. Time travel happens. The arc of the covenant is the electrical arcs connecting the pineal to the pituitary and the pineal to the left and right brains. This is when communication with "God"/the Universe occurs. 88 mph = 88 constellations which are communicating with us all the time. You have to be still and listen.

This experience can be triggered with substances such as LSD/acid and the ayahuasca medicine plant which is loaded with DMT. DMT is also secreted by your pineal gland when activated. It is a bit like a small atomic explosion in your head. This same tiny DMT atomic explosion happens on the 49th day of an embryo's development, when Spirit enters the embryo. It happens again at birth and again when spirit leaves the body at death. It can happen with out substance use with the continuous practice of meditation...keep doing it till it happens.

The point is to get the pineal gland vibrating at the same harmonic frequency as the pituitary at the same time. Chanting OHM can help initiate the vibration. I've heard from other holistic practitioners that humming can help restore balance to the body...same process. Scientists have recorded the sounds from the sun and it is OHM, which is also how electricity is measured.

As above, so below. What is happening "out there" is actually caused by what is happening inside of us. I have a wonderful link that explains everything you've probably been looking for and maybe more. You can email me and I will send you the link.

Love2ClearClouds@me.com
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Anyone who has seen the movie:

I understand Old Man Peabody "owned all of the land" of the Twin Pines Mall, and they named the mall after it, etc.

But Doc makes a point to say "He had this crazy idea of breeding pine trees" then contemplates it -- as if it has a deeper meaning.

I understand the mall becomes the "Lone Pine Mall", etc.

What is the meaning he's getting at? Seems more than just a humorous reference, and it doesn't seem to make sense with a movie where everything has a reason.
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Pine tree's to all look the same.

Same as the Mall to make us all look the same.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Or maybe it was just something silly to put in a comedy movie? Stop being fucking daft.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Ya'll are morans. It's little more than a joke.

Pine trees don't breed...

Just like woman joke posted above.

It's humor not hidden meaning.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
There is a YT on this subject made a few ago. Look around for it.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
it may be the Tree of Life...

to be honest its the only logical choice if any such thing exists at all.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Ya'll are morans. It's little more than a joke.

Pine trees don't breed...

Just like woman joke posted above.

It's humor not hidden meaning.
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Thats the problem people think movies are a joke when they are actually predictive programming.

Skinny young nerdy black Mayor Gordy was such a nice guy in BTTF. I wish a Skinny young nerdy black guy like Mayor Gordy was elected for all of us!

duh
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Pine Cone & Pine Tree

Are Symbolic To The Pineal Gland/Third Eye And The Tree of Knowledge.

The Hidden (Genetic) History And Origin Of Our Creation And Source.

The Fact That This Is Mentioned In A Movie About Time Travel And Going "Back" To Our Future... Connects Many Occult And Gnostic Teachings.

Alpha/Omega.

As Above So Below.

And The Simplicity Of Looking Back Far Enough In Our Knowledge And History To Find The Truth Within.

For Example, Some Of The Earliest "Known" Words/Language/Symbols And History Is From The Summerian/Babylonian Period...

They Speak Of A Creator God(s)... Who Came From The Stars (Outer Space)... Beyond Earth And Created Humanity Through Genetic (DNA) Manipulation. Humans Were Created As A Slave/Livestock Race. That's One Of Our Oldest Known Mythologies And Creation Story Sources...

Yet, Modern Day Man Dismisses This As Nonsense, When There Is So Much Evidence That Shows It To Be True.

The Fact That A Stone And Grain Type Culture Knew The Sizes And Colors Of Our Outer Planets Is PROOF That Someone (Time Traveler) Taught Them Knowledge Beyond Their Grasp.

So, In Summary...

Pine Tree = Tree Of Knowledge. DNA.

Pine Cone = Pineal Gland. Third Eye.

Research. Learn. Enjoy!

hf
 Quoting: Six Six Six - Version 2.0


^^THIS
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
something about the breeding of christmas tree farms?

Just a thought...

I'm from Pennsylvania considered to be the "xmas tree capital of the world!"

xmas trees= xmas = Capitalism

Ok... that was a streeeeeetch!
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
twin pines mall is the twin towers

loan pine mall is the freedom tower

i think i heard the 9/11 reference before but that is what I think it was for-shadowing.. creepy for sure.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
in the start of the film when they first go to the mall its called "Twin Pines Mall" then he runs over one of the pine trees in the Delorean, later at the end of the film when he goes back to then mall it is called "lone pine mall" showing that the timeline has changed.

Nothing more than a cool feature of the film.
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Neat!!
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Pine Cone & Pine Tree

Are Symbolic To The Pineal Gland/Third Eye And The Tree of Knowledge.

The Hidden (Genetic) History And Origin Of Our Creation And Source.

The Fact That This Is Mentioned In A Movie About Time Travel And Going "Back" To Our Future... Connects Many Occult And Gnostic Teachings.

Alpha/Omega.

As Above So Below.

And The Simplicity Of Looking Back Far Enough In Our Knowledge And History To Find The Truth Within.

For Example, Some Of The Earliest "Known" Words/Language/Symbols And History Is From The Summerian/Babylonian Period...

They Speak Of A Creator God(s)... Who Came From The Stars (Outer Space)... Beyond Earth And Created Humanity Through Genetic (DNA) Manipulation. Humans Were Created As A Slave/Livestock Race. That's One Of Our Oldest Known Mythologies And Creation Story Sources...

Yet, Modern Day Man Dismisses This As Nonsense, When There Is So Much Evidence That Shows It To Be True.

The Fact That A Stone And Grain Type Culture Knew The Sizes And Colors Of Our Outer Planets Is PROOF That Someone (Time Traveler) Taught Them Knowledge Beyond Their Grasp.

So, In Summary...

Pine Tree = Tree Of Knowledge. DNA.

Pine Cone = Pineal Gland. Third Eye.

Research. Learn. Enjoy!

hf
 Quoting: Six Six Six - Version 2.0


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We are not children of celestial fuckin' light, walkin' arm-in-arm into the Age of Aquarius. We are wankers who wreck the planet an' piss on each other, 'til half the world's starvin' an' the other half's busy findin' new ways to keep from noticin' it. That's the fuckin' limit've our potential, believe me.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Pine this!!

5a
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Google it. "Twin Pines Mall" Images

Twin Pines Mall 1:16 am

Upside down - 911



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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Pine this!!

5a
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rofl

How did the Pine tree get on to GLP?


It Logged on.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
'pine' 'pine it' it's a code...it's where the fandango rangers go to have butt sex with each other..among the trees in the pine forest.

FACT
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Google it. "Twin Pines Mall" Images

Twin Pines Mall 1:16 am

Upside down - 911


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Is there anything that isn't an Illuminati conspiracy these days??

jcyoutube
We are not children of celestial fuckin' light, walkin' arm-in-arm into the Age of Aquarius. We are wankers who wreck the planet an' piss on each other, 'til half the world's starvin' an' the other half's busy findin' new ways to keep from noticin' it. That's the fuckin' limit've our potential, believe me.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
You're gonna want to see this...Mystics have always held pine trees as special:

OK...why am I no longer able to post a link? This is important!
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some links (or words) are blocked on GLP (spam-issues?), so that's why you're probably not able to post the link.

I'm very interested though in this link!, because i had some weird synchronicities a little while ago with Bristlecone Pines:

[link to portfolio-of-passions.com]


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[link to mentalfloss.com]

twin pine = duality (2)
lone pine = singularity (1)
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Pine tree farms can be very lucrative, crazy.
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
in the start of the film when they first go to the mall its called "Twin Pines Mall" then he runs over one of the pine trees in the Delorean, later at the end of the film when he goes back to then mall it is called "lone pine mall" showing that the timeline has changed.

Nothing more than a cool feature of the film.
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NOPE

many hidden esoteric meanings from BTTF series. Greek mythology...etc.

Christopher Lloyd is a highly initiated occultist...many of his films and characters are based around occult characters.

Ill try to find the link to a good video on this subject
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Re: Why the specific reference to pine trees in Back to the Future?
Pine Pollen may be one of the most potent and powerful herbs or foods available today.

Increases Energy and Vitality
Aphrodisiac
Increases Glutathione (the Body’s Master Antioxidant)
Optimizes Breast Health in Women and Prostate Health in Men
Improves Endurance
Supports a Healthy Sex Life
May Reduce Pain
Helps with a Hangover
Helps Arthritis
Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory
Decreases DNA Mutation

[link to supermanherbs.com]
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Pine Pollen may be one of the most potent and powerful herbs or foods available today.

Increases Energy and Vitality
Aphrodisiac
Increases Glutathione (the Body’s Master Antioxidant)
Optimizes Breast Health in Women and Prostate Health in Men
Improves Endurance
Supports a Healthy Sex Life
May Reduce Pain
Helps with a Hangover
Helps Arthritis
Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory
Decreases DNA Mutation

[link to supermanherbs.com]
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THAT^^ is why fandango buttrangers prefer the pine forrest.

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