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fate is the consequence of one's own actions,

destiny is an adherence to ones higher self. lol
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What pulls beyond Self then?

In the story it pulls really tight. That's how he knows. That it is Time.


That's how I know.

It bend in a way that feels like..how a wishbone bends..before it snaps.


Once it snaps..it goes one way or the other.

And the one holding the bigger end..wins.
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for me it's my past.

it pulls you and shape you.

you can't out run it, you can't change it!

you simply have to make an allowance for the truth!

the past also labels you with many untruths!

it makes for a very checkered story! lol
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The past echoes pretty clearly.

Do you think apathy is a curse or blessing?


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fate is the consequence of one's own actions,

destiny is an adherence to ones higher self. lol
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What pulls beyond Self then?

In the story it pulls really tight. That's how he knows. That it is Time.


That's how I know.

It bend in a way that feels like..how a wishbone bends..before it snaps.


Once it snaps..it goes one way or the other.

And the one holding the bigger end..wins.
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for me it's my past.

it pulls you and shape you.

you can't out run it, you can't change it!

you simply have to make an allowance for the truth!

the past also labels you with many untruths!

it makes for a very checkered story! lol
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The past echoes pretty clearly.

Do you think apathy is a curse or blessing?


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apathy is a surrender to your situation. lol
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Why Do We Wish on the Turkey’s Wishbone

The custom of snapping these bones in two after dinner came to us from the English, who got it from the Romans, who got it from the Etruscans, an ancient Italian civilization.

As far as historians and archaeologists can tell, the Etruscans were really into their chickens, and believed that the birds were oracles and could predict the future. They exploited the chickens' supposed gifts by turning them into walking ouija boards with a bizarre ritual known as alectryomancy or “rooster divination.”

When a chicken was killed, the furcula was laid out in the sun to dry so that it could be preserved and so that people would still have access to the oracle's power even after eating it. (Why the wishbone, specifically—and not, say, the femur or the ulna—is a detail that seems to be lost to history.) People would pick up the bone, stroke it, and make wishes on it, hence its modern name.

As the Romans crossed paths with the Etruscans, they adopted some of their customs, including alectryomancy and making wishes on the furcula.

According to legend, the Romans went from merely petting the bones to breaking them because of supply and demand. There weren't enough bones to go around for everyone to wish on, so two people would wish on the same bone and then break it to see who got the bigger piece and their wish..

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tictoc
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iris logy has imperfection in the lower quadrants of the eye as sexual deviancy. hourly rates maybe applicable! lol
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Iris Annabel..what a beautiful girl. Sad..


Thread: 15 year old heir to Rothschild and Goldsmith fortunes dies in farm accident
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Ben Goldsmith's 15-year-old daughter has been killed in a quad bike accident tragedy at the family's farm in Somerset.

Ambulance crews were called to the home in the village of North Brewham yesterday afternoon after the millionaire financier's eldest daughter Iris Annabel was involved in a crash.

Locals in the quiet village told of their shock as the high-profile family comes to terms with the teenager's death, who is the daughter of heiress Kate Rothschild.

'Everyone here who's heard what happened is devastated by this,' said a man living nearby.
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Rumpelstiltskin comes for the firstborn(s), at the end of the story..

Best know his name, lest he takes your world.


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Thread: Iris Annabel Goldsmith died the same day (July 8th) as her grandfather when he was found hanged in a Paris hotel

Unhappy coincidence that she died on her grandfather's alleged "suicide" date?
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He was a cutie!

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"His bushy head of hair ... emphasized large, sad brown eyes. He was precise, almost obsessively tidy, enjoyed making difficult cocktails and revisiting old jokes. He loved his farm, his children, restoring old outhouses, extending his lawns, going to bed early."

Poets have no place in a pit match
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Great thread.

Suddenly wondering if Archer is based on this man. His mom threatens and nearly kills him multiple times, in the series.

The name of the company is called, Isis. Before ISIS existed.


Here is another image of Iris:
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Look at his hair. They really do hide everything in plain site.

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lmao



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lmao



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lol
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Why Do We Wish on the Turkey’s Wishbone

The custom of snapping these bones in two after dinner came to us from the English, who got it from the Romans, who got it from the Etruscans, an ancient Italian civilization.

As far as historians and archaeologists can tell, the Etruscans were really into their chickens, and believed that the birds were oracles and could predict the future. They exploited the chickens' supposed gifts by turning them into walking ouija boards with a bizarre ritual known as alectryomancy or “rooster divination.”

When a chicken was killed, the furcula was laid out in the sun to dry so that it could be preserved and so that people would still have access to the oracle's power even after eating it. (Why the wishbone, specifically—and not, say, the femur or the ulna—is a detail that seems to be lost to history.) People would pick up the bone, stroke it, and make wishes on it, hence its modern name.

As the Romans crossed paths with the Etruscans, they adopted some of their customs, including alectryomancy and making wishes on the furcula.

According to legend, the Romans went from merely petting the bones to breaking them because of supply and demand. There weren't enough bones to go around for everyone to wish on, so two people would wish on the same bone and then break it to see who got the bigger piece and their wish..

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^^

One look at the image of the wishbone..and everything made sense.
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Chicken or the Egg indeed.

Pretty sick.

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Why Do We Wish on the Turkey’s Wishbone

The custom of snapping these bones in two after dinner came to us from the English, who got it from the Romans, who got it from the Etruscans, an ancient Italian civilization.

As far as historians and archaeologists can tell, the Etruscans were really into their chickens, and believed that the birds were oracles and could predict the future. They exploited the chickens' supposed gifts by turning them into walking ouija boards with a bizarre ritual known as alectryomancy or “rooster divination.”

When a chicken was killed, the furcula was laid out in the sun to dry so that it could be preserved and so that people would still have access to the oracle's power even after eating it. (Why the wishbone, specifically—and not, say, the femur or the ulna—is a detail that seems to be lost to history.) People would pick up the bone, stroke it, and make wishes on it, hence its modern name.

As the Romans crossed paths with the Etruscans, they adopted some of their customs, including alectryomancy and making wishes on the furcula.

According to legend, the Romans went from merely petting the bones to breaking them because of supply and demand. There weren't enough bones to go around for everyone to wish on, so two people would wish on the same bone and then break it to see who got the bigger piece and their wish..

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^^

One look at the image of the wishbone..and everything made sense.
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Look.

No doubt what it looks like. Now we all know.

..


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Us customs seizes JP Morgan ship carrying billion in cocaine, fucking goofs, lol
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Thre is an an Ovoid within which the plenum is contained; that the 9 unit star tree, which is the one came forth at the center of.

The syllable abbreviated monkeys are gonna be hung upside down like odin.

They were the moops of a beaucoup.

Their names are not written un the book of the adonais, of the colonel of the aesir isle; our father the commissioner of divine immortals.

Skyfather Ab, who knew Enochs; book.

Ahura, they dumb hybrids; not bright or smart enough to conceive of or internally visualize the zero containing the astrea rhea.

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Skyfather an even.

Peckboard typing for winners.

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Us customs seizes JP Morgan ship carrying billion in cocaine, fucking goofs, lol
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Perhaps Justice has finally come to call..


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Chicken or the Egg indeed.

Pretty sick.


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Anyone have..'take back movies'?

Movies that if you could go back in Time..you would have never subjected yourself to the content?

I have one that haunts more than all others.

No matter how much I try to bury it..it keeps popping back up. And in horrific ways.

I think..if that is really how it is..and why things are how they are..that maybe we are better off culled.


Who let these Monsters win and Why? Was it the Money? Or having your dick served like your mother fed..or didn't..her breast?

Super serious.

Because it is super disgusting to the point of eradication.


Here's the movie. Take my fair warning that you won't be the same at the end.

I feel dizzy and sick.


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It's interesting watching your 'bitches' yip at your heels.

Is that why they call it dogging? Makes sense.


If only they knew. Or do they? Even worse.

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I know what you are.


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We gotta buy you a chain.
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You'll end up wearing it.
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I think you underestimate what you're dealing with.


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I know you do.
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Can't hide from telepathy..

Might pull a couple hard-hitting angels through time, to keep people off my back though.

Chaos maybe. It seems to respond to me quite quickly.
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yes
nicley said
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This is what I've been able to figure. The 'dancing' leads to 'sex magick' which calls Legion, and is then collected in 'NRG grid' and fed to Chaos.

Chaos is a ladder.

Once is gets a foothold it take hold. Is Chaos, Satan? Yaldaboath? The Architect? God? Choronzon? Asmodeus?

I don't know for sure. I do know it kills people without mercy. It also often leaves its 'calling card'. 333.
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good morning
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Why Do We Wish on the Turkey’s Wishbone

The custom of snapping these bones in two after dinner came to us from the English, who got it from the Romans, who got it from the Etruscans, an ancient Italian civilization.

As far as historians and archaeologists can tell, the Etruscans were really into their chickens, and believed that the birds were oracles and could predict the future. They exploited the chickens' supposed gifts by turning them into walking ouija boards with a bizarre ritual known as alectryomancy or “rooster divination.”

When a chicken was killed, the furcula was laid out in the sun to dry so that it could be preserved and so that people would still have access to the oracle's power even after eating it. (Why the wishbone, specifically—and not, say, the femur or the ulna—is a detail that seems to be lost to history.) People would pick up the bone, stroke it, and make wishes on it, hence its modern name.

As the Romans crossed paths with the Etruscans, they adopted some of their customs, including alectryomancy and making wishes on the furcula.

According to legend, the Romans went from merely petting the bones to breaking them because of supply and demand. There weren't enough bones to go around for everyone to wish on, so two people would wish on the same bone and then break it to see who got the bigger piece and their wish..

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^^

One look at the image of the wishbone..and everything made sense.
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Look.

No doubt what it looks like. Now we all know.

..


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It's so sick..one might think Mars is wise.

really.


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Jack of spades.
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Unhappy coincidence that she died on her grandfather's alleged "suicide" date?
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He was a cutie!

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"His bushy head of hair ... emphasized large, sad brown eyes. He was precise, almost obsessively tidy, enjoyed making difficult cocktails and revisiting old jokes. He loved his farm, his children, restoring old outhouses, extending his lawns, going to bed early."

Poets have no place in a pit match
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Great thread.

Suddenly wondering if Archer is based on this man. His mom threatens and nearly kills him multiple times, in the series.

The name of the company is called, Isis. Before ISIS existed.


Here is another image of Iris:
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Look at his hair. They really do hide everything in plain site.

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Archer's biggest fear is The Swamp, filled with man eating reptiles.. hmm


Is Malory representative of Teresa Rothschild? I think yes. Strangely she died just weeks before her son.

I wonder who Dr. Krieger represents. He is suppose to be Hitler's clone.

Teresa Rothschild
Teresa Georgina "Tess" Rothschild, Lady Rothschild, MBE, JP (née Mayor; 10 September 1915 – 29 May 1996) was a British counter-intelligence officer and magistrate. She was the second wife of Victor Rothschild.

On 14 August 1946, she married Victor Rothschild, her boss in MI5, and they had two sons (one died in infancy) and two daughters together.

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Algernop Krieger

"Jesus, Krieger. You're still taping bum fights?"

"No. Now I'm into something... darker."

Malory has also implied that Krieger is a clone of Adolf Hitler, although Krieger has pointed out that if he was actually a clone of Hitler he would look like Hitler.

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Unhappy coincidence that she died on her grandfather's alleged "suicide" date?
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He was a cutie!

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"His bushy head of hair ... emphasized large, sad brown eyes. He was precise, almost obsessively tidy, enjoyed making difficult cocktails and revisiting old jokes. He loved his farm, his children, restoring old outhouses, extending his lawns, going to bed early."

Poets have no place in a pit match
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Great thread.

Suddenly wondering if Archer is based on this man. His mom threatens and nearly kills him multiple times, in the series.


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Definitely what gave it away. Everything else just fell into place.


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"His bushy head of hair ... emphasized large, sad brown eyes. He was precise, almost obsessively tidy, enjoyed making difficult cocktails and revisiting old jokes.


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^^

It's a sex tape. That's what she is being blackmailed with.
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^^

Archer is in Russia with Barry, to find out if the head of the KGB is his father.


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void: beyond the event horizon of this Universe and black holes where there is no space and no time.
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Uranium 235 has a half-life of 703.8 million years.
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Valery Legasov explains how does a nuclear reactor work

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