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I have the guitars and piano and I can just play it, but it's different being inside it.
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Truly.

I heard a story once, whether it be true or not, it resonated with me...


It recalled a very famous composer...whom had hearing issues as a young child.

His parents cut the legs off the piano to set it on the floor...

So he could set his head head upon it, and pound the keys to hear it...

ColorWave
 Quoting: Seer777


i believe that and see the sense in it
 Quoting: aether


My brother told me that story when we were teens...


I imagined said. And felt it.

I knew 'why' it was told.


Said earlier blind/deaf man, who strapped speakers to his chest and ears...
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oh yes
, that video crossed a lot of bridges tounge
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oh yes
, that video crossed a lot of bridges tounge
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one bridge it crossed for me was to know better your description of labyrinth experience
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Truly.

I heard a story once, whether it be true or not, it resonated with me...


It recalled a very famous composer...whom had hearing issues as a young child.

His parents cut the legs off the piano to set it on the floor...

So he could set his head head upon it, and pound the keys to hear it...

ColorWave
 Quoting: Seer777


i believe that and see the sense in it
 Quoting: aether


My brother told me that story when we were teens...


I imagined said. And felt it.

I knew 'why' it was told.


Said earlier blind/deaf man, who strapped speakers to his chest and ears...
 Quoting: Seer777


oh yes
, that video crossed a lot of bridges tounge
 Quoting: aether


Which video?


I thought it was Beethoven...but apparently that is an 'urban legend'.

He went deaf later. And wrote his 9th symphony in his head.

Resonated just the same...


[link to www.youtube.com]


My brother was born rather deaf. I was the only one who could 'translate' for him...for a time.

Until he got 'tubes'.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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oh yes
, that video crossed a lot of bridges tounge
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Which video?

 Quoting: Seer777


Oh.

Indeed.

Did you see the opened the new Bay Bridge yesterday?

I can only imagine that they who waited for said, were thinking one thing...

Finally.

[link to www.cbsnews.com]

PurpleBridge

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oh yes
, that video crossed a lot of bridges tounge
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Which video?

 Quoting: Seer777


Oh.

Indeed.

Did you see the opened the new Bay Bridge yesterday?

I can only imagine that they who waited for said, were thinking one thing...

Finally.

[link to www.cbsnews.com]

PurpleBridge

:)
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attractive landmark
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Which video?


I thought it was Beethoven...but apparently that is an 'urban legend'.

He went deaf later. And wrote his 9th symphony in his head.

Resonated just the same...


[link to www.youtube.com]


My brother was born rather deaf. I was the only one who could 'translate' for him...for a time.

Until he got 'tubes'.
 Quoting: Seer777


i get you looking into your brothers eyes tounge
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Which video?


I thought it was Beethoven...but apparently that is an 'urban legend'.

He went deaf later. And wrote his 9th symphony in his head.

Resonated just the same...


[link to www.youtube.com]


My brother was born rather deaf. I was the only one who could 'translate' for him...for a time.

Until he got 'tubes'.
 Quoting: Seer777


i get you looking into your brothers eyes tounge
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Toddlers are hard to understand regardless...

I just knew what he meant.

:)
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Which video?


I thought it was Beethoven...but apparently that is an 'urban legend'.

He went deaf later. And wrote his 9th symphony in his head.

Resonated just the same...


[link to www.youtube.com]


My brother was born rather deaf. I was the only one who could 'translate' for him...for a time.

Until he got 'tubes'.
 Quoting: Seer777


i get you looking into your brothers eyes tounge
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Toddlers are hard to understand regardless...

I just knew what he meant.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


yes
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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]
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'Western' Ring of Fire earthquakes are difficult for the opposite side.


Push comes to shove...

Let us hope these are only 'burps'...

Thread: Mag. 6,9 Japan
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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


'Western' Ring of Fire earthquakes are difficult for the opposite side.


Push comes to shove...

Let us hope these are only 'burps'...

Thread: Mag. 6,9 Japan
 Quoting: Seer777


new moon is the 6 day slot tounge
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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


'Western' Ring of Fire earthquakes are difficult for the opposite side.


Push comes to shove...

Let us hope these are only 'burps'...

Thread: Mag. 6,9 Japan
 Quoting: Seer777


Major pressure mute right ear tone. NE.
Masculine collective energies.
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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


'Western' Ring of Fire earthquakes are difficult for the opposite side.


Push comes to shove...

Let us hope these are only 'burps'...

Thread: Mag. 6,9 Japan
 Quoting: Seer777


new moon is the 6 day slot tounge
 Quoting: aether


Devastating earthquakes are not 'happy'...

Ever watch this vid?


You will know what it 'looks like' to watch a quarter of million people die, in one fell swoop...


[link to www.youtube.com]
Look...all the Thais are running...

Insane...
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Devastating earthquakes are not 'happy'...

Ever watch this vid?


You will know what it 'looks like' to watch a quarter of million people die, in one fell swoop...


[link to www.youtube.com]
Look...all the Thais are running...

Insane...
 Quoting: Seer777


no i had not, brings home the scale
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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


'Western' Ring of Fire earthquakes are difficult for the opposite side.


Push comes to shove...

Let us hope these are only 'burps'...

Thread: Mag. 6,9 Japan
 Quoting: Seer777


Major pressure mute right ear tone. NE.
Masculine collective energies.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39812740


Perhaps I should make sure I know where my keys are...

I do have a 'place' to go. As any who live or visit the shoreline on the regular...know.



They say, one has about 15 minutes here...

Tops.


2011 03 11 - Japan - 9.0


2010 02 27 - Chile - 8.8
2005 03 28 - Indonesia - 8.6



 Quoting: Hydra


Interesting to note perhaps regarding the Japanese earthquake and tsunami...

After the wave pulled back, and clean up began, it was said the Japanese found an ancient stone up on a hill.


The stone bore a message,

"Never build below this point.."



ouroboros
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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Man builds his house on sand...due vantage point.

And hopes it won't slap one down...


The Siletz Bay was to be hit the hardest.

Of the West Coast locations...
[link to www.fws.gov]



You see that bit to the left?

That is end of 'spit'.

Often called the 'Jaws'.

Do not swim there...


[link to www.youtube.com]
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Perhaps I should make sure I know where my keys are...

I do have a 'place' to go. As any who live or visit the shoreline on the regular...know.



They say, one has about 15 minutes here...

Tops.


ouroboros
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well the 5th is the new moon
you have the 4th and this is a moon uptick in a very quiet year of telluric rumbling
so i would imagine you would notice this moon cos of your 4th and so would telluric but i feels unlikely to me it will come to anything in your location between the two of you to prompt you to leave

you might leave cos you know ,if you make your mind up to go,
you go
tounge

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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!
...


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


'Western' Ring of Fire earthquakes are difficult for the opposite side.


Push comes to shove...

Let us hope these are only 'burps'...

Thread: Mag. 6,9 Japan
 Quoting: Seer777


Major pressure mute right ear tone. NE.
Masculine collective energies.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39812740


Perhaps I should make sure I know where my keys are...

I do have a 'place' to go. As any who live or visit the shoreline on the regular...know.



They say, one has about 15 minutes here...

Tops.


2011 03 11 - Japan - 9.0


2010 02 27 - Chile - 8.8
2005 03 28 - Indonesia - 8.6



 Quoting: Hydra


Interesting to note perhaps regarding the Japanese earthquake and tsunami...

After the wave pulled back, and clean up began, it was said the Japanese found an ancient stone up on a hill.


The stone bore a message,

"Never build below this point.."



:ouroboros:
 Quoting: Seer777

 Quoting: Seer777


You'd get the sirens when the markers lit up. How far you'd have to go would be dependant on how precipitous an area you are in and how much energy is driven the wall of water.
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Man builds his house on sand...due vantage point.

And hopes it won't slap one down...


The Siletz Bay was to be hit the hardest.

Of the West Coast locations...
[link to www.fws.gov]



You see that bit to the left?

That is end of 'spit'.

Often called the 'Jaws'.

Do not swim there...


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


All those logs you see to the right...


Many are from moored ships.

Attempting to bypass the 'Jaws', who failed to understand the tides correctly...


The beaches are littered with the massive skeletons of the trees which came before...

Massive.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Man builds his house on sand...due vantage point.

And hopes it won't slap one down...


The Siletz Bay was to be hit the hardest.

Of the West Coast locations...
[link to www.fws.gov]



You see that bit to the left?

That is end of 'spit'.

Often called the 'Jaws'.

Do not swim there...


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


All those logs you see to the right...


Many are from moored ships.

Attempting to bypass the 'Jaws', who failed to understand the tides correctly..
.


The beaches are littered with the massive skeletons of the trees which came before...

Massive.
 Quoting: Seer777


yes , if you sail the seas you have to think about things /z\ because they exist in what you are doing
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Man builds his house on sand...due vantage point.

And hopes it won't slap one down...


The Siletz Bay was to be hit the hardest.

Of the West Coast locations...
[link to www.fws.gov]



You see that bit to the left?

That is end of 'spit'.

Often called the 'Jaws'.

Do not swim there...


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


All those logs you see to the right...


Many are from moored ships.

Attempting to bypass the 'Jaws', who failed to understand the tides correctly..
.


The beaches are littered with the massive skeletons of the trees which came before...

Massive.
 Quoting: Seer777


yes , if you sail the seas you have to think about things /z\ because they exist in what you are doing
 Quoting: aether


This Bay is tricky.

But hardly dangerous.


It is said the 'logging' upstream nearly 'destroyed' this Bay for quite some time in its early inception.


Don't press fate.

Most days of the week...you can wade in barely past your ankles...

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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This Bay is tricky.

But hardly dangerous.


It is said the 'logging' upstream nearly 'destroyed' this Bay for quite some time in its early inception.


Don't press fate.

Most days of the week...you can wade in barely past your ankles...

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


that is an interesting statement to me cos it prompts me to know i have no imagination to do so to the point the notion to press fate is incomprehensible to my senses

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This Bay is tricky.

But hardly dangerous.


It is said the 'logging' upstream nearly 'destroyed' this Bay for quite some time in its early inception.


Don't press fate.

Most days of the week...you can wade in barely past your ankles...

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


that is an interesting statement to me cos it prompts me to know i have no imagination to do so to the point the notion to press fate is incomprehensible to my senses
 Quoting: aether


Is it?

Many choose to do said.

Push.


And sometime, there is little choice...

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This Bay is tricky.

But hardly dangerous.


It is said the 'logging' upstream nearly 'destroyed' this Bay for quite some time in its early inception.


Don't press fate.

Most days of the week...you can wade in barely past your ankles...

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


that is an interesting statement to me cos it prompts me to know i have no imagination to do so to the point the notion to press fate is incomprehensible to my senses
 Quoting: aether


Is it?

Many choose to do said.

Push.


And sometime, there is little choice...

leapoffaith
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well to me there are many things i have never done because to me , it would have been pressing fate and i have never wondered after , if, cos it felt natural to say no

there are more things that i have done because it felt fate to me that i could do them thus i did and all feel right that i did so, to me

and there are things that i see that i want to be fate for me and i wait and see
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I suddenly feel really sick...


Sry.

Excuse my absence..
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I suddenly feel really sick...


Sry.

Excuse my absence..
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hugs
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woohoo Finally un ba nn ed afro
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woohoo Finally un ba nn ed afro
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good,

boy it is hot today in our metropolis , wonderful
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Knot So Fast!
Sep 04, 2013

Well-organized phenomena in space cannot be solely based on mechanical action.

A recent press release from the Hubble Space Telescope science team announces a “cosmic caterpillar” in the constellation Cygnus. This knotted structure is said to be caused by “harsh winds from extremely bright stars…” The stellar winds are said to push the matter from the protostar’s accretion disk out along the direction of force, creating a “wind streak” in space.

Preferring to explain energetic emission of ultraviolet light and the expulsion of material jets as “speedboat wakes”, “contrails”, or “smoke” astronomers miss important clues about what is responsible for both manifestations: electricity.

Since wakes, contrails and smoke all tend to spread out and dissipate as they move away from the source, the “tail” streaming back from IRAS 20324+4057 cannot be simply an exercise in kinetic physics. The tail is highly organized along its entire length into what appears to be a helix, indicating that it might be a Birkeland current.

Previous Pictures of the Day discuss several different objects with long tails. From galactic-scale objects such as ESO 137-001 with its 200,000 light-year-long tail, to hot-bright stars, to planets, to comets it seems as if everything exhibits an energetic component that is very difficult, if not impossible, to explain using consensus theories. New observations seemingly require a revision to theory or else an admission of complete bafflement.

Star-forming regions are conventionally associated with high frequency light sources. Gamma rays, X-rays, and extreme ultraviolet shine from “cosmic eggs”, called protoplanetary nebula; resembling the glowing tips of condensed gas balls. One of the most iconic images in modern astrophotography is the famous “Pillars of Creation” in the Eagle Nebula. The tops of the clouds, with their Q-tip structures, X-ray radiation, and compact shapes are also deemed to be stellar nurseries, where standard theories meet colorful pictures................
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you know i had forgotten some people still believe in a mechanical universe of particle striking particle to cause effects , it feels really weird reading that and being reminded tounge
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hi f/s and thank you , i will get into your information and tell the feedback over the days thumbs
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to put that into perspective before we look
in early 2010 f/ provided sight of an artifact
he gave no indication of it`s use only that it was related to pyramids and prior to f/s showing the artifact all of our field trips had been on the surface of gaia or in the atmosphere and above of gaia
f/s artifact took us underground for the first time
to refresh our memories it went like this:
underground below a structure that was clearly a pyramid, we only saw the pyramid from below and we saw no indication of it`s location other than africa
what we were looking at underground was clearly an integral part of the function above it , the pyramid but there was no visuals on the physical link as in : how underground physically connected to above ground (pyramid)
the impression we were looking at underground is huge volume of water thus huge pressure of water caused by the waters weight
the water was contained within huge caverns and waterways of scale in many directions and the water system generally was "regulated" in it`s flow by squeezing (narrowing) pressure points (tunnels) in the system by the "turning" of huge stones shaped to do so within the system at all the pressure/narrowing points
indeed one could shut off (close) any parts of the system utilizing the shaped stones at all or any of the closing points to form not only the overall flow of the system (pressure) but also the shape of the water within the system as in:
the system is shaped thus one can fill the shape (s) of the system with water thus prompt the shape of the water in the system into the whole system including the structure above (pyramid)
in other words to shape the frame of mind of the water and then you utilized the water in the frame of mind you want the water to be in to do what it does within the whole system

that is what we got in 2010 and as far as we got in 2010 and we did nothing more on the topic f/s artifact thus far

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