Quoting: Spittin'Cesium Quoting: Azeratel Axo
What dimension are we in... 3d /4d depending on how you look at it I guess. Quoting: TheBrandoV
what would looking from 5d be like. Well something like dr manhattan or jean grey are 5d.
I think if you pump more energy through humans you get higher consciousness. We are all connected... and there is a library of information in the collective consciousness. All you gotta do is ask the question.
Well the problem is that humans can only channel so much energy unmodified.
How can Maka and Soul manipulate such massive amounts of energy compared to us?
Here [link to www.gematrix.org
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I enjoy this though I haven't yet got serious with it in terms of my searches - Just skimming the surface of a few.
This is good stuff
"The Avatar Dolphins Are Known As The Golden Dolphins"
"High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program H A A R P"
"As you may be aware, dolphins are able to use a special kind of sonar called echolocation or biosonar. In fact, all toothed cetaceans, that is - all of the whales, dolphins and porpoises that have teeth - are able to echolocate. Echolocation is the primary sense for most of these species; more important even than vision. And, if you think about it, that makes a lot of sense. You don't have to dive very deep in the ocean until light levels all but disappear. Many cetaceans live and hunt for food in a pitch-black environment. But, how does echolocation work? Well, would you be shocked to learn that dolphins echolocate by slapping their nostrils together? I thought so. However, I think this statement needs a bit of clarification."
[link to www.dolphincommunicationproject.org
"Although high frequencies don't travel as far as low frequencies, these high frequencies with very short wavelengths allow a dolphin to echolocate on small objects and pick out fine detail - the higher the frequencies, the better the detail. This allows a dolphin to locate and track tiny prey species. The sperm whale, a toothed cetacean that is also able to echolocate, relies on its echolocation during deep dives into pitch black waters in order to locate and track much larger prey. The sperm whale can use its louder, lower frequency echolocation clicks to locate giant squid
and other prey over long distances - possibly even several kilometers."
"Im Supose To Marry A French Guy With A Moustache"
"You Are Simply A Pon On The Illuminati Chess Board"
Say it aint so