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Cosmetology 3d makeup is all the rage, lol
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You hear of his "bubble nails" or "polish mountain" thing?

LMAO
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You hear of his "bubble nails" or "polish mountain" thing?

LMAO
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Rofl no I haven't see that. That was amaaaazing, lol

I have seen this

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So, the Minoan maze has come up in North America and Europe. They say the European mazes were introduced by the Spanish conquest because the possibility of them being independently risen is a million to one shot. The idea of pre-Columbian times is said unlikely, lol

They have dated all the European design motifs but never said about the Hopi and Pima motifs. The Hopi call the Minoan maze symbol a Mother Earth symbol, Tapu'at, meaning Mother and Child, suggesting the passages in the maze are paths that man must follow on his Road of Life.
The Pima symbol was used in children's game called hose of Tcuhu and is still used in basketry.

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The opposite with infertile land is done to create a forest again, interesting

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Dragons and Magical Dirt: Legendary 'Great Flood' Left Real Evidence

With the help of a channel-digging dragon and magical, water-absorbing dirt, the legendary Emperor Yu is said to have saved China from a Great Flood that lasted thousands of years. While this tale is the stuff of myths, with plenty of embellishments added through the years, geologists are finding that at least part of the story is based in reality.

The ancient Chinese legend holds that a devastating flood of the Yellow River forced people from their homes and washed away farmland, leading to famine. Emperor Yu is said to have tamed the floodwaters by dredging the river bed. The heroic emperor went on to establish the Xia Dynasty, the first in Chinese history.

Until now, a lack of geological evidence for such a flood left some scholars questioning whether the legend tells the story of a real disaster or if it was propaganda used to justify imperial rule.
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Note Apep lies just below the horizon

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Every day, storytellers said that Apep must lie just below the horizon. This appropriately made him a part of the underworld.
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Yes the storytellers ALWAYS make up zany stuff. All the storytellers from all the religions talk about what their Gods think and feel and do. They all get right inside their Gods head and people accept this on faith. Storytellers make up stories.

But

Religions are necessary except the destructive ones.
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thumbs

For further reading
"Certain things catch your eye, but pursue only those that capture the heart."
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Note Apep lies just below the horizon

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Every day, storytellers said that Apep must lie just below the horizon. This appropriately made him a part of the underworld.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


Yes the storytellers ALWAYS make up zany stuff. All the storytellers from all the religions talk about what their Gods think and feel and do. They all get right inside their Gods head and people accept this on faith. Storytellers make up stories.

But

Religions are necessary except the destructive ones.
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Ancient storytelling was a very highly regarded esteem within a tribe. They were keepers of history/records, morality, wisdom, integrity, etc. They were what steered society so the accuracy of what was said was not said lightly by them and was carefully done. The really good ones, knew how to relay a story so that any culture or being from anywhere could understand in any time or any season and those stories still hold to the test of time. To many, it might look like a children story, myth, etc on the surface but the further back you look the more you see.
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thumbs

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hi

:)
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Note Apep lies just below the horizon

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Every day, storytellers said that Apep must lie just below the horizon. This appropriately made him a part of the underworld.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


Yes the storytellers ALWAYS make up zany stuff. All the storytellers from all the religions talk about what their Gods think and feel and do. They all get right inside their Gods head and people accept this on faith. Storytellers make up stories.

But

Religions are necessary except the destructive ones.
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Ancient storytelling was a very highly regarded esteem within a tribe. They were keepers of history/records, morality, wisdom, integrity, etc. They were what steered society so the accuracy of what was said was not said lightly by them and was carefully done. The really good ones, knew how to relay a story so that any culture or being from anywhere could understand in any time or any season and those stories still hold to the test of time. To many, it might look like a children story, myth, etc on the surface but the further back you look the more you see.
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The really good ones?

Heh

Make believe and fantasy co created by MEN

But feel free to give examples of the good ones

:P
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Many are the stories and religions that have faded away

New religions and new stories will rise

The old will fade
The new will rise
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I want to apologize for my conduct.

I don't often internet
And rarely go into religion.

I should know better

Please disregard all my previous posts
And I will no longer enter any religious threads or posts

Sorry once again


I'm not here for drama or trauma
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Note Apep lies just below the horizon

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Every day, storytellers said that Apep must lie just below the horizon. This appropriately made him a part of the underworld.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


Yes the storytellers ALWAYS make up zany stuff. All the storytellers from all the religions talk about what their Gods think and feel and do. They all get right inside their Gods head and people accept this on faith. Storytellers make up stories.

But

Religions are necessary except the destructive ones.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71313189


Ancient storytelling was a very highly regarded esteem within a tribe. They were keepers of history/records, morality, wisdom, integrity, etc. They were what steered society so the accuracy of what was said was not said lightly by them and was carefully done. The really good ones, knew how to relay a story so that any culture or being from anywhere could understand in any time or any season and those stories still hold to the test of time. To many, it might look like a children story, myth, etc on the surface but the further back you look the more you see.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


The really good ones?

Heh

Make believe and fantasy co created by MEN

But feel free to give examples of the good ones

:P
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71313189


Many are on technology and science. How do you tell different cultures through different times a 'how to guide'? With nature, as that is the baseline that is understood within all time and dimensions. I've been talking about it any time I talk on myths for years now:P
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Many are the stories and religions that have faded away

New religions and new stories will rise

The old will fade
The new will rise
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Yes, baseline symphony of life always is the same after the ripples settle.
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I want to apologize for my conduct.

I don't often internet
And rarely go into religion.

I should know better

Please disregard all my previous posts
And I will no longer enter any religious threads or posts

Sorry once again


I'm not here for drama or trauma
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Lol, do you consider this religious? I didn't think so hahahaha

I didn't think that. Thought was just talking and interesting thoughts.
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Note, many stories are lessons within too. Steering to utilize the proper way so as not to fail/consequences. Also, thinking outside the box, etc.... Getting tired :P
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Had a strange thing happen. A tiny little green worm was dangling on silk right in my path at the doorway.

A few thoughts come up with that. Constructors is one.
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I feel better about this now than back when it came out.



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Fancy dance was considered appropriate to be performed for visitors to reservations and at "Wild West" shows.

lol
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Vashti is one of a very few proper names in the Tanakh that begins with the letter waw, and by far the most prominently mentioned of them. Hebrew names that begin with waw are rare because of the etymological tendency for word-initial waw to become yodh.

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And Esther derived from ishtar, this telling is actually pretty deep story telling.
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Now I can see why yod is called the hidden dance. This was really noticeably around this since the week of the 25th, lol. No wonder the mirror of the two and the door as a terraced mirror.
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So, the Minoan maze has come up in North America and Europe. They say the European mazes were introduced by the Spanish conquest because the possibility of them being independently risen is a million to one shot. The idea of pre-Columbian times is said unlikely, lol

They have dated all the European design motifs but never said about the Hopi and Pima motifs. The Hopi call the Minoan maze symbol a Mother Earth symbol, Tapu'at, meaning Mother and Child, suggesting the passages in the maze are paths that man must follow on his Road of Life.
The Pima symbol was used in children's game called hose of Tcuhu and is still used in basketry.


 Quoting: Fancypantz


Interesting timing(pun), as was said that is how one got out of the maze

[link to www.livescience.com]

Knot Possible! 3,000-Year-Old Thread Found in UK

An unusually delicate pair of artifacts recently emerged from a dig site in the United Kingdom: a tiny ball of thread and another length of thread wound around a bobbin. Both are estimated to be approximately 3,000 years old.

The fragile fiber objects appeared during the excavation of a Bronze Age village near what is now Petersborough, in eastern England.
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The origin of the Cimmerians is unclear. They are mostly supposed to have been related to either Iranian or Thracian speaking groups which migrated under pressure of the Scythian expansion of the 9th to 8th century BC.[2][3][4]

According to Herodotus, the Cimmerians inhabited the region north of the Caucasus and the Black Sea during the 8th and 7th centuries BC (i.e. what is now Ukraine and Southern Russia), although it isn't possible to identify the Cimmerians as the bearers of any specific archaeological culture in the region.




A people named Kimmerior is described Homer's Odyssey (book 11) as living beyond the Oceanus, in a land of fog and darkness, at the edge of the world and the entrance of Hades.





Ra story right there, lol
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Noting
Within stone structure, it takes very little light to cast(light up the room) compared to any other structure with same amount of light.
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I'm beginning to think about this channel system more as more far out there thinking with water and consciousness and travel and time. Especially if the duat was by sun boats as I always imagined flying which would make landing easier in water.


The opposite with infertile land is done to create a forest again, interesting

[link to www.livescience.com]

Dragons and Magical Dirt: Legendary 'Great Flood' Left Real Evidence

With the help of a channel-digging dragon and magical, water-absorbing dirt, the legendary Emperor Yu is said to have saved China from a Great Flood that lasted thousands of years. While this tale is the stuff of myths, with plenty of embellishments added through the years, geologists are finding that at least part of the story is based in reality.

The ancient Chinese legend holds that a devastating flood of the Yellow River forced people from their homes and washed away farmland, leading to famine. Emperor Yu is said to have tamed the floodwaters by dredging the river bed. The heroic emperor went on to establish the Xia Dynasty, the first in Chinese history.

Until now, a lack of geological evidence for such a flood left some scholars questioning whether the legend tells the story of a real disaster or if it was propaganda used to justify imperial rule.

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Thread: Ancient Canals A Forgotten History

At one time it was thought that Ancient Canal system located and getting recognition would rewrite history. It seems they have been left behind, forgotten, likely overshadow by geopolitical and economic theater.

A Thread about a Megalith discovered in Russia's Gornaya Shoria spark my interests in Ancient Canal systems and their discovery. I complied some Threads utilizing the search function, but I feel there maybe more out there. Post what you desire on the topic of Ancient Canals, location, and discovery.

Thread: Ancient Canals Press Release MAJOR UPDATE!! Rewrite our origins!!

Thread: Ancient Canal Builders? Ancient Canal Builders

Thread: Ancient Canal Found in Illinois

Thread: Ancient Canals found along the Atlantic rim.

Thread: ANCIENT CANAL BUILDERS IN AMERICA *PICS*


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The video is interesting. Haven't looked at the other links though yet.
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good morning

to bring ourselves up to date modern man shape sparked into shape
the shape we are today approx 50000 years ago
prior to that our ancestors or something where all not our shape no matter how far back we go past 50000 years
structure and function can never be separated
we are different from all shapes that sparked into life before we did
=
our habits are unlike any ancestors or visitors here

our ancestors or visitors to gaia prior to 50000 years ago achieved success , with obvious ease, planetary engineering within social engineering infrastucture projects that prompts the notion of worship them within almost every person living upon Gaia today that is prompted to search Google and look for themselves

what we discovered when we went into space in our late last century changed all of that /z\
because we discovered we could from space
discover how this was done and why it was done and in discovering that
we discovered what we are yet to become
how we explain that to ourselves is where we are today
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good morning
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good morning

to bring ourselves up to date modern man shape sparked into shape
the shape we are today approx 50000 years ago
prior to that our ancestors or something where all not our shape no matter how far back we go past 50000 years
structure and function can never be separated
we are different from all shapes that sparked into life before we did
=
our habits are unlike any ancestors or visitors here

our ancestors or visitors to gaia prior to 50000 years ago achieved success , with obvious ease, planetary engineering within social engineering infrastucture projects that prompts the notion of worship them within almost every person living upon Gaia today that is prompted to search Google and look for themselves

what we discovered when we went into space in our late last century changed all of that /z\
because we discovered we could from space
discover how this was done and why it was done and in discovering that
we discovered what we are yet to become
how we explain that to ourselves is where we are today
 Quoting: Amadeus

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good morning
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morning
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It would be a cleaner environment lol
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Going fractal micro

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Live Science: What made it possible for microbes to successfully infiltrate and colonize so many different forms of animal life?

Ed Yong: One of the themes in "I Contain Multitudes" is that it's a microbial world we're just living in it. Microbes have been around for billions of years. They were the first organisms on the planet, and they had the full run of it well before we arrived on the scene. Humans and other animals evolved in a world that was already teeming with microbes we evolved to make use of that, and we evolved to live within it.

In the book, I talk about how microbes shape the guts of fish and mice and other organisms, and throughout, I was interested in the question of why that should be. Why have we outsourced these important aspects of our lives?

I think the answer is that there was no other choice.

For a long time, people feared microbes; we thought of them as germs to be destroyed. Now, there's a counter narrative of microbes as being friendly and beneficial. I think the truth lies in the middle these are organisms that don't have our interests at heart. They're living out their own lives. Sometimes, that aligns with our interests, and sometimes it doesn't. We know gut microbes are critical for digestion, for training the immune system, and for helping to control growth and the development of our organs. But if they cross the lining of the gut and get into the bloodstream, the very same bacteria can cause inflammation and sepsis [a potentially life-threatening complication of an infection] and all kinds of problems.


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