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The word "lithophane" derives from Greek "litho", which is from "lithos" which means stone or rock, and "phainein" meaning "to cause to appear" or "to cause to appear suddenly".[2] From this is derived a meaning for lithophane of "light in stone" or to "appear in stone" as the three-dimensional image appears suddenly when lit with a back light source.
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Telepathy topic:

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Some 900 domestic cat bones were discovered in a pit where crops may have been stored at the farming site of El Bordellet. The bones’ cut marks and fractures are consistent with what has been found in skinning experiments. Most of the bones are from cats between the ages of nine and 20 months at the time of death, likely because the animals would have been large, but their coats still relatively undamaged. Zooarchaeologist Lluis Lloveras of the University of Barcelona said cat fur was widely used during the Middle Ages in northern Europe to make coats, collars, and sleeves. “Some texts also make reference to the healing qualities of cat skin, but also to its possible harmfulness,” he said. Domestic cat fur was less valuable than the fur of wild cats, he added, and was worn by the less wealthy, and austere social groups, such as nuns. Lloveras also notes, however, that a horse skull, a goat horn, and a chicken eggshell were found alongside the cat bones. “All these particular animal remains have been associated with ritual practices in the Middle Ages as well as in later times,” he said.




Gary Wayne said that Nephilim were prideful beasts filled with hubris. Hubris meaning pride. A group of lions forming a social unit is also called pride. Lion imagery surrounds royalty similarly as serpent/dragon. Urmahlullo of Summerian legend were a ruthless lionman race. The lion-men of ancient Babylon and Akkad possessed a lion head, mens bodies, birds feet and identified with Nergal.
There is lion-men sculptures in Germany. King hambada of the Cedar forest had the face and paws of a lion, bull horns, vulture claws, serpent tail, and covered in scales. The greek Chimera similar as well as Mithra, Demiurge who is thirteenth archon from the house of Leo. Lions guard the gates to the underworld. Apedemak from Nubia. Egyptians lion men in Luxor. Ma was Egyptian for lion. Sekhmet was the destroyer lion. Tepi means first but also means ancestors. Tepi-Aui was a title and a large slouched lion with head down. The lion and the sphinx were called Aker. Biblically Cherubim are sphinx like. Gadites separated themselves into the hold to the wilderness men of might. Gadites derive from gibborim means giant as Nephilim were described similar to the way Titans were described, fleet of foot. Angelic names with el, with ariel of hebrew mysticism.

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DNA from Egyptian mummies and Viking graves reveals how cats conquered the world

Before cats conquered the internet, they conquered the world—with a little help from their human serfs.

Domesticated cats live pretty much everywhere except Antarctica, and a new study in Nature Ecology and Evolution helps to uncover how they spread so far. DNA from the remains of more than 200 cats, dug up from Viking and Stone Age graves and extracted from Egyptian mummies, reveals that cats conquered the globe in two waves.

Feline remains are scarce in the archaeological record, and it doesn’t help that ancient domesticated cats are nearly impossible to distinguish from their wild brethren. So there’s a lot we still don’t know for sure about how humans turned wildcats into lap cats. But today’s study, which took 10 years to complete, is one of the most comprehensive analyses yet.
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Do you all know what it is you're carrying?

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When one goes into an environment that is not from that environment they create a chaos within to all things by their arrival.
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You know that's very close to the Hisenburge observation theory. Almost the very same wording. It means the same or at least that's how I read it.
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Thread: Maybe it's Magi[k]c (Page 231)
So here is another weird bit of sync. Movies have been a common theme of late.

I mentioned this yesterday morning.

Can't stop the signal...


I woke up this morning thinking about this scene. This line in particular.


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I saw this today...

Thread: Movie They Live - worth a watch here u go.
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I recalled it being mentioned in the NRG thread and decided to watch the movie.

It is about stopping a signal.

He died of a heart attack...


Piper.

The piper will lead us to reason...


Just wanted to share.
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I know what you meant.
It is a threat, I believe, but also, you came here for a reason... and that reason protects you (from them). You have yet to complete what you came here for. Same with me.

I know what I came here to do, and I am working on it. And in many ways the last eighteen months have been AMAZING. And also terribly lonely at the same time, because I cannot really share what's happening... a little with my husband, but if he knew all the gnosis that has become clear, he might check me into a padded room, so I must keep most of it to myself.
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I'm glad. This medium can be so fickle.

It feels a threat to me and I am glad you see it too.

...

I read your responses on another thread some nights back, I felt greatly compelled to post in. You faced down what I could not that night and did so with grace and strength that I could have only hoped to offer.

I gained instant respect for you.


Yes. It IS amazing. And also lonely, like you said. I know of what you speak in that regard.
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This! Is what I was looking for.

Thank you.


You are remembered. And loved.

<3


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The 20,000-year-old Ishango Bone - found near one of the sources of the Nile in the Democratic Republic of Congo - seems to use matched tally marks on the thigh bone of a baboon for correspondence counting.


The Egyptians used to believe that literacy was divine, a gift from baboon-faced Thoth, the god of knowledge.
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this is weird to wake up into today
notice what they "say"
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yes, emotional topics talking to people that are dead and the emotions alter the more backwards in linear time the talking to dead people becomes because of the differing beliefs the different aeons of ancestry possessed when they died
thus the notion of meaning of life and death alters dependent upon which segment of linear time the person(s) lived and died within that you talk to
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when making long leaps of linear time the difference between beliefs is more noticeable
and the locality of where they lived and died also obviously causes big differences in the conversations
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The scientists find that under these assumptions, the planting patterns become fractal, which is indeed the case as they confirm with satellite imagery. "Fractal patterns are abundant in natural systems but are relatively rare in man-made systems," explains Thurner. These fractal patterns make the system more resilient than it would otherwise be. "The system becomes remarkably stable, again without any planning—stability is the outcome of a remarkably simple but efficient self-organized process. And it happens extremely fast. In reality, it does not even take ten years for the system to reach this state," Thurner says.
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"a little to soon"
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THE starting-point of science is collecting: animals, plants, minerals, elements, even stars. Then, once a collection is large enough, patterns begin to emerge. Animals and plants fall into phylogenetic trees, minerals into crystal groups, elements into the periodic table, stars into the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. Those patterns both require and suggest explanation. Thus, the theory of evolution, the science of crystallography, an understanding of the chemical bond and a description of how stars shine over their lifetimes have all emerged from the classification of collections. Now, it appears, something similar is happening to planets.

A quarter of a century ago only nine planets were known—those of the Solar System, a number subsequently reduced to eight by the demotion of Pluto.
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"a little to soon"
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Lucifer is Venus.

Phosphorus? Later scenes find Lucifer burning out his vessels...



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What if there was someone else out there, but his ability was to make people do whatever he wanted...

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What do you think the meaning behind it all is?

To teach the world it is possible? Telepathy and all that?

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Probably that and a lot of things that we don't even know yet...
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Do you think it is angels? Or just people?


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I can feel you...but you're not really here, are you?
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Lucifer is Venus.

Phosphorus? Later scenes find Lucifer burning out his vessels...



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What if there was someone else out there, but his ability was to make people do whatever he wanted...

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Don't move until you see it.

See it?
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I saw IT
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Good


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What is Friend?


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I came to realize that ideologies had a narrative structure – that they were stories, in a word – and that the emotional stability of individuals depended upon the integrity of their stories. I came to realize that stories had a religious substructure (or, to put it another way, that well-constructed stories had a nature so compelling that they gathered religious behaviors and attitudes around them, as a matter of course). I understood, finally, that the world that stories describe is not the objective world, but the world of value – and that it is in this world that we live, first and foremost.
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I came to realize that ideologies had a narrative structure – that they were stories, in a word – and that the emotional stability of individuals depended upon the integrity of their stories. I came to realize that stories had a religious substructure (or, to put it another way, that well-constructed stories had a nature so compelling that they gathered religious behaviors and attitudes around them, as a matter of course). I understood, finally, that the world that stories describe is not the objective world, but the world of value – and that it is in this world that we live, first and foremost.
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They develop certainty, which is the cornerstone of reality. Thoughts create reality. When our thoughts take on a level of certainty, shared amongst a large population, that becomes the new paradigm of reality.

Certainty is the key that opens the lock to creation, IMO.
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The universe is a fractal, a hologram within the ethers. It's forever small and forever large. The only limits to our understanding of it is our inability to reconcile what we see via our macroscopes (telescopes). We seem able to do that with the microscopic levels. But balk when it comes to"space"

The universe is filled with life because life creates it via observation, imo
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Did we ever Pense on why they called it GLYph o sate?.

What is the picture they hope to etch?

38151....molecular string


Cheers....out there in the fields.

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The universe is a fractal, a hologram within the ethers. It's forever small and forever large. The only limits to our understanding of it is our inability to reconcile what we see via our macroscopes (telescopes). We seem able to do that with the microscopic levels. But balk when it comes to"space"

The universe is filled with life because life creates it via observation, imo
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Thus, the monster under the bed.
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I came to realize that ideologies had a narrative structure – that they were stories, in a word – and that the emotional stability of individuals depended upon the integrity of their stories. I came to realize that stories had a religious substructure (or, to put it another way, that well-constructed stories had a nature so compelling that they gathered religious behaviors and attitudes around them, as a matter of course). I understood, finally, that the world that stories describe is not the objective world, but the world of value – and that it is in this world that we live, first and foremost.
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They develop certainty, which is the cornerstone of reality. Thoughts create reality. When our thoughts take on a level of certainty, shared amongst a large population, that becomes the new paradigm of reality.

Certainty is the key that opens the lock to creation, IMO.
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Alright there Wednesday.

Lo Key ;)
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Did we ever Pense on why they called it GLYph o sate?.

What is the picture they hope to etch?

38151....molecular string


Cheers....out there in the fields.

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Glyphosate (N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine) is a broad-spectrum systemic herbicide and crop desiccant. It is an organophosphorus compound, specifically a phosphonate.

It is used to kill weeds, especially annual broadleaf weeds and grasses that compete with crops. It was discovered to be an herbicide by Monsanto chemist John E. Franz in 1970. Monsanto brought it to market in 1974 under the trade name Roundup, and Monsanto's last commercially relevant United States patent expired in 2000.

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Allergens in my area have been worst in the world, for a week plus. Grass seed.

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