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Harvard Professor Michael Witzel is one of the world’s leading scholars of Sanskrit, linguistics, and comparative mythology, an activist against the efforts of Hindu groups to revise American textbooks in their favor, and he is the author of the ground-breaking book ‘The Origins of the World’s Mythologies‘ in which he demonstrates that mythologies and religions did not arise independently but were subject to a gradual evolutionary process stemming from one shared root.
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A surprising fact emerges. The legend of the Golden Age or ancient paradise is as old as civilization. And the implications are well worth pondering. A coherent set of ideas has survived all of the twists and turns of cultural evolution for at least five thousand years--and on every continent. Now that's an astonishing verification of the durability of myth! Many of us had always thought of myth as the outcome of reckless invention--illiterate savages entertaining themselves by contriving magical stories out of nothing. Imagine such a process going on for thousands of years, and ask yourself if any possibility of a universal memory would remain.
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So if you're planning on time travel back to the end of the last Ice Age any time soon, it might be worth brushing up on those 23 words...
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Is that chromosome related and degree of planet off kilter related? lol
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Harvard Professor Michael Witzel is one of the world’s leading scholars of Sanskrit, linguistics, and comparative mythology, an activist against the efforts of Hindu groups to revise American textbooks in their favor, and he is the author of the ground-breaking book ‘The Origins of the World’s Mythologies‘ in which he demonstrates that mythologies and religions did not arise independently but were subject to a gradual evolutionary process stemming from one shared root.
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I saw that and was wondering what the shared root was. Goes with the video you posted, it seems.
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A surprising fact emerges. The legend of the Golden Age or ancient paradise is as old as civilization. And the implications are well worth pondering. A coherent set of ideas has survived all of the twists and turns of cultural evolution for at least five thousand years--and on every continent. Now that's an astonishing verification of the durability of myth! Many of us had always thought of myth as the outcome of reckless invention--illiterate savages entertaining themselves by contriving magical stories out of nothing. Imagine such a process going on for thousands of years, and ask yourself if any possibility of a universal memory would remain.
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Looks like a headache thread, lol


Judgement was what some say was the end of golden age. And they say judging does not define what is judged but the one that judges.
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Excellent video

The most accurate map you'll ever see. You probably won't like it.
You probably don’t realize it, but virtually every world map you’ve ever seen is wrong. And while the new AuthaGraph World Map may look strange, it is in fact the most accurate map you’ve ever seen.
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ohyeah
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Speaking of heads


[link to www.theguardian.com (secure)]

Oldest Homo sapiens bones ever found shake foundations of the human story

Idea that modern humans evolved in East Africa 200,000 years ago challenged by extraordinary discovery of 300,000-year-old remains in Moroccan mine


The lower jaw is similar to that of modern humans, but larger, and the braincase is more elongated.



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[link to www.timesofisrael.com]



Who are you calling a caveman? Israeli study finds Neanderthals had versatile habitats


An Israeli-led study of the skeletal remains of two humans from the late Middle Paleolithic period, between 70,000 and 60,000 years ago, has yielded surprising findings. In analyzing the first Neanderthal remains found outside caves in the Levant, researchers have found Neanderthals were not merely “cavemen,” but much more flexible in their living habits than commonly held.



What did you say about Levant, lol
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Does anyone notice that when the short time of a rainbow is in the sky and it rains, that rain seems like it holds more joy in it?
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This goes with the inca road and what Brien was saying about it in the video. Cairn(energy vortex)

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Cairns are used as trail markers in many parts of the world, in uplands, on moorland, on mountaintops, near waterways and on sea cliffs, as well as in barren deserts and tundra. They vary in size from small stone markers to entire artificial hills, and in complexity from loose conical rock piles to delicately balanced sculptures and elaborate feats of megalithic engineering. Cairns may be painted or otherwise decorated, whether for increased visibility or for religious reasons. An ancient example is the inuksuk (plural inuksuit), used by the Inuit, Inupiat, Kalaallit, Yupik, and other peoples of the Arctic region of North America. Inuksuit are found from Alaska to Greenland. This region, above the Arctic Circle, is dominated by the tundra biome and has areas with few natural landmarks.
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Totem pole and totem stick, similar process, lol, different scale

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Excellent video

The most accurate map you'll ever see. You probably won't like it.
You probably don’t realize it, but virtually every world map you’ve ever seen is wrong. And while the new AuthaGraph World Map may look strange, it is in fact the most accurate map you’ve ever seen.
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[link to all-that-is-interesting.com]
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ohyeah
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Briens map says that 'many of the great megalithic and sacred sites on the planet are on the circle'.

earthmap
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Plant Seeds Use Mini 'Brains' to Decide When to Sprout


These seed "brains" don't have traditional gray matter, but they do use the same architecture for information-processing as our brains do, interpreting a cascade of hormone signals to decide when to germinate, the study found.

"Plants are just like humans in the sense that they have to think and make decisions the same way we do," said study co-author George Bassel, a plant biologist at the University of Birmingham in England.

Humans make decisions using small groups of specialized nervous system cells within the brain, Bassel added.

The idea that plants can feel, hear or see is not new; researchers have shown that seedlings arc toward sounds of certain frequencies or hasten their growth when a competing species is planted nearby. And plants can communicate with each other when danger is nearby, according to a 2007 study in the journal Oecologia.
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Does anyone notice that when the short time of a rainbow is in the sky and it rains, that rain seems like it holds more joy in it?
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is there more Joy, when there's a rainbow, more Joy when the Sun shines, a bird sings, a song we like or when our favourite TV programme is on, lol and is there less Joy when it rains, and what is rain but a blessing bringing healing :)

and what is Joy...



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Most think of what love is in the context of the agriculture mind, which is not really love, imo.
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agriculture Love in humans leaves out the sacred, the honouring, the knowing, priestesses of the temple would have taught the rites to people, they weren't 'prostitutes' as some think today :)


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Does anyone notice that when the short time of a rainbow is in the sky and it rains, that rain seems like it holds more joy in it?
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is there more Joy, when there's a rainbow, more Joy when the Sun shines, a bird sings, a song we like or when our favourite TV programme is on, lol and is there less Joy when it rains, and what is rain but a blessing bringing healing :)

and what is Joy...


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Joy is combination synergy
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"gotta have water to grow" lol
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Most think of what love is in the context of the agriculture mind, which is not really love, imo.
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agriculture Love in humans leaves out the sacred, the honouring, the knowing, priestesses of the temple would have taught the rites to people, they weren't 'prostitutes' as some think today :)

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We can't blame the courtesans or the men and women who came to them nor one culture or time. Can't blame the structures and miscommunication and alterations by miscommunications. Can't blame the ones deemed wise who had to hold the ill formed knowledge and pass it on. The only blame is not know when you do know what is not right and keep doing it.
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Magnetic field meme, lol

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Poor guys have opposite Osiris syndrome, lol

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Most think of what love is in the context of the agriculture mind, which is not really love, imo.
 Quoting: Fancypantz

agriculture Love in humans leaves out the sacred, the honouring, the knowing, priestesses of the temple would have taught the rites to people, they weren't 'prostitutes' as some think today :)

 Quoting: Ben Yosef


We can't blame the courtesans or the men and women who came to them nor one culture or time. Can't blame the structures and miscommunication and alterations by miscommunications. Can't blame the ones deemed wise who had to hold the ill formed knowledge and pass it on. The only blame is not know when you do know what is not right and keep doing it.
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When the past meets the future/time overlap. Women in Doc's day could be considered prostitute being in a bar and dressed a certain way.

Now is that what I think it is, little lady?

Let me guess. Wyatt Earp fan? Came to see the place where he drank? You know what? Let your freak flag fly free.

Oh, I am free. Free as a bird, and it's sublime. OK. I ain't seen a Buntline Special in years. May I?

You may not.

I do reckon I know that gun. Wyatt Earp christened it "Peacemaker."

You a collector?

Only of poker chips and hearts. Engraving his own initials? Seems rather gauche.

Doc Holliday had it done to celebrate his best friend's 50th kill.

Sounds like he was soft on Wyatt.

"Peacemaker." Haha! It's pretty rich.

Do you have any idea how many people he killed with that thing?

Are you implying Wyatt Earp was a hypocrite? I'm saying crazy runs in the family.

My apologies. I did not realize I was speaking with an Earp.

Bona fide.

Yeah, I just figured... you were a prostitute.
(small chuckle)

Prostitutes get paid for it. He was good at killing, so they called him hero. What kind of person wants to be a gunslinger?

Wyatt Earp wanted to be a farmer. 30 seconds in the OK Corral, and a gunslinger he was made. Sometimes, life chooses for us.

Your outfit's adorable.


Read more at: [link to transcripts.foreverdreaming.org]
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Radiation topic aka feeling aka brain initiative topic


"To change the direction of the wind, you must change the direction of your thoughts. When you send vital force always 'out' in the form of a thought, especially negative thought, the wind is troubled. It can even go mad, not knowing which way to proceed. Your intellect is creating its own wind, both inner and outer. This wind knows you are dying. What you think to be the wind of self will cause you a slow death. All outward flow causes death eventually. Know the wind."-Agnes



The chemical cesspool which no ai can save because it is not viral, bacterial, or fungus based as it is hard to detect on physical level which changes normal pathogens with mutations. Awareness being the highest level of physical skill and spiritual skill. There is no tell-tale evidence in these vectors of affliction in the environment with only physical effects showing way too late when it does.

"It will only be heard on the whispers of mice" The wind of mice and it is no wonder a computer mouse is named mouse, lol

He says that means you have to be that aware, to notice the patterns broken, the cadence, the rhythms out of sync to see the collapse. You can see it in the plants. In the animals. Note the mutational virus that they do not know where inflicted big cats have become fearless, lost all fear. Moose and elk high death rates(ticks not being killed off from mild winters). Tracking of malaria.
-Tom Brown references mixed in

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Plus thought and memory, two birds, lol
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Resurrection of Golden age topic, lol
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Good news about ai is, that it is utilizing the similar techniques of ancient out of time weaving instead of stitching with its operations. Think older than cuneiform.
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This is true in gravity... Is it true as well in no gravity?

Do note, this in not my field. I have no training. I can only go by how it feels. Your patience is appreciated.


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Heat is caused by friction. Would the heat coming from the Sun not rub on the Earth?

Does that make sense?
 Quoting: Seer777


'Friction causes heat'. Not sure it is the other way around.

When I rub my hands together, they get warmer...IOW. With a balloon, it causes static electricity.

hmm


tounge
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Good morning.

Not sure where I am going with this but wanted to leave a note. Static electricity and 'levitation' have been on my mind for a week now.

Did you make a post about the bubble bee levitating by beating its wings at the same resonate frequency of the Earth?
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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This is true in gravity... Is it true as well in no gravity?

Do note, this in not my field. I have no training. I can only go by how it feels. Your patience is appreciated.


[link to www.youtube.com]

Heat is caused by friction. Would the heat coming from the Sun not rub on the Earth?

Does that make sense?
 Quoting: Seer777


'Friction causes heat'. Not sure it is the other way around.

When I rub my hands together, they get warmer...IOW. With a balloon, it causes static electricity.

hmm


tounge
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Good morning.

Not sure where I am going with this but wanted to leave a note. Static electricity and 'levitation' have been on my mind for a week now.

Did you make a post about the bubble bee levitating by beating its wings at the same resonate frequency of the Earth?
 Quoting: Seer777



 Quoting: aether nli 61548419


Indigenous explain centripedal force that many are like ice cubes floating on the waters of enlightenment. The process of heating up is waking up, melting. When ones inward sun lights up in their medicine lodge there becomes a lot of heat in the central spiral, it melts. The middle, there is no death or no birth. Original nature and original self. But it is more dangerous than being in a rattlesnake den because if one fails they could be scattered in fragments which would take forever to be put back together again, or source will burn you up.
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I did a few posts up on bees. I wasn't going to post how the male bees in flight have a force that causes implosion, lol, too much info lol

Recalling electro static and electro magnetic with tree and flower symbols on levitation. Gravity and the merry go round topic, I noticed with your carnival posts=P
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Magnetic field meme, lol

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Poor guys have opposite Osiris syndrome, lol
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bump bees


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