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aether  (OP)

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hi

Good Afternoon Everyone :)) Love to You All :hf:


Did anyone experience a severe disturbance in the energies yesterday... Kept getting weepy and wierded out LOL.. not here today tho hmm
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hi fringe
well yesterday , to me, i wound myself up feeling poor me on high energy
it was resolved today
hope you are okay hugs
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I wonder if I will see any waves?


Seems 'Morton Salt girl', just took one to the head.

You have to zoom way out on the link to see it.

Thread: 6.2 EQ Canada!
M6.2 - 178km SW of Bella Bella, Canada
2013-09-03 20:19:09 UTC


[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Hi fringe

Was weepy yesterday, yes.

Is annoying, cause you feel fine in yourself, yet get weepy at the most unlikely things.

My mrs finds it highly amusing that someone like me cries at silly things like an advert of a mother hugging a child or some such lol.
 Quoting: acuk


Perhaps we are all a bit premenstrual...
rofl

I teared up a few times watching the deaf/blind video. But that is not so uncommon if I moved by something.

:)
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i`m pre new moon violin
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Hi seerstar, how you been babe, hope you are enjoying the beach house, I just got back from another hike, the littlen made me proud, he marched over 10 miles today, not bad for a 6 year old.
 Quoting: acuk


Pretty good overall.

It took most of this last week to bend with and form concepts, of the week prior to that...


Your hike sounds lovely.

Are you excited for the kids to start school again? Are they excited?

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


We have spent the past week attempting to reestablish a routine, lol, no blooming joy, aidy is still up now, moaning about going to bed, calum went off to stay at a pals house so he will be up all night and grumpy like a teen tomorrow.

the first week after the summer holidays is hell week, we have crying, tantrums, fake illnesses, refusing to get out of bed at such an early hour, hahaha, yeah we are so looking forward to it, I feel sorry for cas, she deals with them in the morning as I will have already left the house by about 6, early start early finish :)
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I wonder if I will see any waves?


Seems 'Morton Salt girl', just took one to the head.

You have to zoom way out on the link to see it.

Thread: 6.2 EQ Canada!
M6.2 - 178km SW of Bella Bella, Canada
2013-09-03 20:19:09 UTC


[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: Simple27


[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: Seer777


yes, your sensitivity may detect a swell now you know one may arise

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Glad you liked it.

I found the part where he strapped the speakers to his chest and 'ears' to be able to still feel the rhythm, quite poignant.

To live in pure darkness and silence...


Touch, smell, taste...and intuition ones only way of discerning their environment.

I wonder what their concepts 'look' like.


The interesting thing is, I have been thinking about this for days.

I am glad that video popped up.

:)
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i was feeling that part with the speakers as i drifted on the sofa, i am glad that vid came up totounge
 Quoting: aether


Yes

To feel the vibration(s).

I wonder...what 'binaural' could do for him...

hmm


This use to be one of my favorites. YouTube deleted it and it was lost for a time.

I found it again last week.


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Yes

To feel the vibration(s).

I wonder...what 'binaural' could do for him...

hmm


This use to be one of my favorites. YouTube deleted it and it was lost for a time.

I found it again last week.


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


you mellowed me beyond the thought of /z\ for the moment abduct
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Pretty good overall.

It took most of this last week to bend with and form concepts, of the week prior to that...


Your hike sounds lovely.

Are you excited for the kids to start school again? Are they excited?

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


We have spent the past week attempting to reestablish a routine, lol, no blooming joy, aidy is still up now, moaning about going to bed, calum went off to stay at a pals house so he will be up all night and grumpy like a teen tomorrow.

the first week after the summer holidays is hell week, we have crying, tantrums, fake illnesses, refusing to get out of bed at such an early hour, hahaha, yeah we are so looking forward to it, I feel sorry for cas, she deals with them in the morning as I will have already left the house by about 6, early start early finish :)
 Quoting: acuk


lol

'Joys' of parenthood.


I am sure it is exhausting. But worth it. 'Holidays festiveness' often revolves around children and their excitement.

Holidays are little 'fun' otherwise. I can't remember the last time I had a Christmas tree.

Many, many years ago.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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For some reason I have been led to this today yet do not fully know why, have been drawn to this, was looking at caves in our area so me and the kids could explore and this just jumped out at me.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

John scott the quaker poet built it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Yes

To feel the vibration(s).

I wonder...what 'binaural' could do for him...

hmm


This use to be one of my favorites. YouTube deleted it and it was lost for a time.

I found it again last week.


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


you mellowed me beyond the thought of /z\ for the moment abduct
 Quoting: aether


Back when I was...meditating up to and including 7 hrs a day, that was one of my 'go to(s)'.

Finding the 'vibration' is near effortless utilizing said. Not that I trouble finding said, but it helped to calm me.

At the time.


Then it was gone.

Now it's back.

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Pretty good overall.

It took most of this last week to bend with and form concepts, of the week prior to that...


Your hike sounds lovely.

Are you excited for the kids to start school again? Are they excited?

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


We have spent the past week attempting to reestablish a routine, lol, no blooming joy, aidy is still up now, moaning about going to bed, calum went off to stay at a pals house so he will be up all night and grumpy like a teen tomorrow.

the first week after the summer holidays is hell week, we have crying, tantrums, fake illnesses, refusing to get out of bed at such an early hour, hahaha, yeah we are so looking forward to it, I feel sorry for cas, she deals with them in the morning as I will have already left the house by about 6, early start early finish :)
 Quoting: acuk


lol

'Joys' of parenthood.


I am sure it is exhausting. But worth it. 'Holidays festiveness' often revolves around children and their excitement.

Holidays are little 'fun' otherwise. I can't remember the last time I had a Christmas tree.

Many, many years ago.
 Quoting: Seer777


Aidy discovered santa is fake the other day, he just figured it out, so he says, am sure one of the older kids told him though grrr, lol, yet he still plans on leaving milk and cookies just encase he happens to be real, (his words not mine).

I would not change a thing, I owe them boys and their mum so much, without them, I would feel lost and alone.
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For some reason I have been led to this today yet do not fully know why, have been drawn to this, was looking at caves in our area so me and the kids could explore and this just jumped out at me.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

John scott the quaker poet built it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: acuk


well he built a hypogeum but did he know, did he feel better underground, was it spiritually comforting for him to spend 30 years doing it
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Yes

To feel the vibration(s).

I wonder...what 'binaural' could do for him...

hmm


This use to be one of my favorites. YouTube deleted it and it was lost for a time.

I found it again last week.


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


you mellowed me beyond the thought of /z\ for the moment abduct
 Quoting: aether


Back when I was...meditating up to and including 7 hrs a day, that was one of my 'go to(s)'.

Finding the 'vibration' is near effortless utilizing said. Not that I trouble finding said, but it helped to calm me.

At the time.


Then it was gone.

Now it's back.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


yes i understand that, i did not try it yet cos i am so calm
glad it is back should you want it
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For some reason I have been led to this today yet do not fully know why, have been drawn to this, was looking at caves in our area so me and the kids could explore and this just jumped out at me.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

John scott the quaker poet built it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: acuk


well he built a hypogeum but did he know, did he feel better underground, was it spiritually comforting for him to spend 30 years doing it
 Quoting: aether


Just saw he was a friend of William blake, something tells me it was built for ceremony.

6 rooms converging.

could it be in the shape of a star of david I wonder!
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Pretty good overall.

It took most of this last week to bend with and form concepts, of the week prior to that...


Your hike sounds lovely.

Are you excited for the kids to start school again? Are they excited?

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


We have spent the past week attempting to reestablish a routine, lol, no blooming joy, aidy is still up now, moaning about going to bed, calum went off to stay at a pals house so he will be up all night and grumpy like a teen tomorrow.

the first week after the summer holidays is hell week, we have crying, tantrums, fake illnesses, refusing to get out of bed at such an early hour, hahaha, yeah we are so looking forward to it, I feel sorry for cas, she deals with them in the morning as I will have already left the house by about 6, early start early finish :)
 Quoting: acuk


lol

'Joys' of parenthood.


I am sure it is exhausting. But worth it. 'Holidays festiveness' often revolves around children and their excitement.

Holidays are little 'fun' otherwise. I can't remember the last time I had a Christmas tree.

Many, many years ago.
 Quoting: Seer777


Aidy discovered santa is fake the other day, he just figured it out, so he says, am sure one of the older kids told him though grrr, lol, yet he still plans on leaving milk and cookies just encase he happens to be real, (his words not mine).

I would not change a thing, I owe them boys and their mum so much, without them, I would feel lost and alone.
 Quoting: acuk


When my brother was 6, he learned the same. Having found the 'Magic of Christmas' dispelled when I myself discovered said, I was determined to have him believe as long as he could.

Even going as far as sacrificing my own gifts one Easter when my parents were broke, so he could get something 'nice'.

Which IIRC, was the whole mid-80's Ninja Turtle action figure group, which I helped my mom pick out at Kaybee Toys.

lol.

:)



I spend much time 'alone'. I am currently in the early middle, of a 10 day stretch.


Interesting that you mention 'lost'.

As I am currently listening to this...


[link to www.youtube.com]
I'm not alone...
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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not a star, yet look at this.

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For some reason I have been led to this today yet do not fully know why, have been drawn to this, was looking at caves in our area so me and the kids could explore and this just jumped out at me.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

John scott the quaker poet built it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: acuk


well he built a hypogeum but did he know, did he feel better underground, was it spiritually comforting for him to spend 30 years doing it
 Quoting: aether


Just saw he was a friend of William blake, something tells me it was built for ceremony.

6 rooms converging.

could it be in the shape of a star of david I wonder!
 Quoting: acuk


ih yes, clever you , original hellfire club ?
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We have spent the past week attempting to reestablish a routine, lol, no blooming joy, aidy is still up now, moaning about going to bed, calum went off to stay at a pals house so he will be up all night and grumpy like a teen tomorrow.

the first week after the summer holidays is hell week, we have crying, tantrums, fake illnesses, refusing to get out of bed at such an early hour, hahaha, yeah we are so looking forward to it, I feel sorry for cas, she deals with them in the morning as I will have already left the house by about 6, early start early finish :)
 Quoting: acuk


lol

'Joys' of parenthood.


I am sure it is exhausting. But worth it. 'Holidays festiveness' often revolves around children and their excitement.

Holidays are little 'fun' otherwise. I can't remember the last time I had a Christmas tree.

Many, many years ago.
 Quoting: Seer777


Aidy discovered santa is fake the other day, he just figured it out, so he says, am sure one of the older kids told him though grrr, lol, yet he still plans on leaving milk and cookies just encase he happens to be real, (his words not mine).

I would not change a thing, I owe them boys and their mum so much, without them, I would feel lost and alone.
 Quoting: acuk


When my brother was 6, he learned the same. Having found the 'Magic of Christmas' dispelled when I myself discovered said, I was determined to have him believe as long as he could.

Even going as far as sacrificing my own gifts one Easter when my parents were broke, so he could get something 'nice'.

Which IIRC, was the whole mid-80's Ninja Turtle action figure group, which I helped my mom pick out at Kaybee Toys.

lol.

:)



I spend much time 'alone'. I am currently in the early middle, of a 10 day stretch.


Interesting that you mention 'lost'.

As I am currently listening to this...


[link to www.youtube.com]
I'm not alone...
 Quoting: Seer777


You are so lovely, hugs

Your brother was lucky to have you.
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lol

'Joys' of parenthood.


I am sure it is exhausting. But worth it. 'Holidays festiveness' often revolves around children and their excitement.

Holidays are little 'fun' otherwise. I can't remember the last time I had a Christmas tree.

Many, many years ago.
 Quoting: Seer777


Aidy discovered santa is fake the other day, he just figured it out, so he says, am sure one of the older kids told him though grrr, lol, yet he still plans on leaving milk and cookies just encase he happens to be real, (his words not mine).

I would not change a thing, I owe them boys and their mum so much, without them, I would feel lost and alone.
 Quoting: acuk


When my brother was 6, he learned the same. Having found the 'Magic of Christmas' dispelled when I myself discovered said, I was determined to have him believe as long as he could.

Even going as far as sacrificing my own gifts one Easter when my parents were broke, so he could get something 'nice'.

Which IIRC, was the whole mid-80's Ninja Turtle action figure group, which I helped my mom pick out at Kaybee Toys.

lol.

:)



I spend much time 'alone'. I am currently in the early middle, of a 10 day stretch.


Interesting that you mention 'lost'.

As I am currently listening to this...


[link to www.youtube.com]
I'm not alone...
 Quoting: Seer777


You are so lovely, hugs

Your brother was lucky to have you.
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Yes, but the Krampus is real and a hole lot more fun.
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Yes, but the Krampus is real and a hole lot more fun.
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He does look fun, I met one that looks like him once.

He seemed pissed off at me.
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When my brother was 6, he learned the same. Having found the 'Magic of Christmas' dispelled when I myself discovered said, I was determined to have him believe as long as he could.

Even going as far as sacrificing my own gifts one Easter when my parents were broke, so he could get something 'nice'.

Which IIRC, was the whole mid-80's Ninja Turtle action figure group, which I helped my mom pick out at Kaybee Toys.

lol.

:)



I spend much time 'alone'. I am currently in the early middle, of a 10 day stretch.


Interesting that you mention 'lost'.

As I am currently listening to this...


[link to www.youtube.com]
I'm not alone...
 Quoting: Seer777


You are so lovely, hugs

Your brother was lucky to have you.
 Quoting: acuk


Thanks.

We all spring off each other... He is amazing to me. He is a geneticist at the UO.

Zebra Fish.


He is also a wonderful father, and husband to his wife. She is Kindergarten teacher.

She started her second year as said, today.


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:)
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This was absolutely wonderful.

Language of sensation...


Thread: A brilliant life in darkness
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He was born normal but at the age of 3 suddenly became blind and at 9 he lost his hearing. When he was a teenager he even considered suicide because nobody understood him and he couldn't understand anyone else. But this man was to become the first ever blind and deaf psychology professor. Now he helps others without hearing and sight, he manages his own household chores and even has an adopted son. Meet professor Suvorov.


A bit of perspective... smile_kiss
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It was, thanks for posting. I especially liked the part of how he found a son. That was sweet.
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Yes, but the Krampus is real and a hole lot more fun.
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He does look fun, I met one that looks like him once.

He seemed pissed off at me.
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Maybe you shaved it close on the dick list that year and he couldn't ply his trade. ;)
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Yes, but the Krampus is real and a hole lot more fun.
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He does look fun, I met one that looks like him once.

He seemed pissed off at me.
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Maybe you shaved it close on the dick list that year and he couldn't ply his trade. ;)
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Always shaving it close my old mate.

He is in this video too.


[link to youtu.be]
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This was absolutely wonderful.

Language of sensation...


Thread: A brilliant life in darkness
A brilliant life in darkness (RT documentary)







He was born normal but at the age of 3 suddenly became blind and at 9 he lost his hearing. When he was a teenager he even considered suicide because nobody understood him and he couldn't understand anyone else. But this man was to become the first ever blind and deaf psychology professor. Now he helps others without hearing and sight, he manages his own household chores and even has an adopted son. Meet professor Suvorov.


A bit of perspective... smile_kiss
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 Quoting: Seer777


It was, thanks for posting. I especially liked the part of how he found a son. That was sweet.
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I like the nodule over his 3rd eye.
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Maybe you shaved it close on the dick list that year and he couldn't ply his trade. ;)
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Always shaving it close my old mate.

He is in this video too.


[link to youtu.be]
 Quoting: acuk


La la la...

I have been seeing that often of late.


Last year around this time 'Josh'(Endo) had a very poignant dream he relayed to me which involved...a 'being' saying said to him...

He was quite...'amped' when he woke.

I have not forgotten it.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Yes, but the Krampus is real and a hole lot more fun.
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He does look fun, I met one that looks like him once.

He seemed pissed off at me.
 Quoting: acuk


Maybe you shaved it close on the dick list that year and he couldn't ply his trade. ;)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39812740


Always shaving it close my old mate.

He is in this video too.


[link to youtu.be]
 Quoting: acuk


Lol, It's a tradition the kids will never tire of, especially the Krampus leavings in lieu of prezzies.
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Maybe you shaved it close on the dick list that year and he couldn't ply his trade. ;)
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Always shaving it close my old mate.

He is in this video too.


[link to youtu.be]
 Quoting: acuk


La la la...

I have been seeing that often of late.


Last year around this time 'Josh'(Endo) had a very poignant dream he relayed to me which involved...a 'being' saying said to him...

He was quite...'amped' when he woke.

I have not forgotten it.
 Quoting: Seer777


Have you heard from him yet?

If you miss him storm in and demand to be heard, is what i would do, lol.
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La la la...

I have been seeing that often of late.


Last year around this time 'Josh'(Endo) had a very poignant dream he relayed to me which involved...a 'being' saying said to him...

He was quite...'amped' when he woke.

I have not forgotten it.
 Quoting: Seer777


Have you heard from him yet?

If you miss him storm in and demand to be heard, is what i would do, lol.
 Quoting: acuk


Yet?

Storm in?

lol.


I am banned.

And do not 'press' where I am not wanted...


I hope he is well.

Very much so.

Gratitude is felt...and can not be faked.

:)

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La la la...

I have been seeing that often of late.


Last year around this time 'Josh'(Endo) had a very poignant dream he relayed to me which involved...a 'being' saying said to him...

He was quite...'amped' when he woke.

I have not forgotten it.
 Quoting: Seer777


Have you heard from him yet?

If you miss him storm in and demand to be heard, is what i would do, lol.
 Quoting: acuk


Yet?

Storm in?

lol.


I am banned.

And do not 'press' where I am not wanted...


I hope he is well.

Very much so.

Gratitude is felt...and can not be faked.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


each to their own, you could persist for contact until you know either way if that friendship is still salvageable.

many avenues of contact are open if you go look, if that was something you wanted, who cares what others think or say, if you miss him, go say hi, he is a really nice man, he said to me once "I feel like I found a glitch in the matrix and now it is like it is throwing the god program at me." LOl





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