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Divine Colors Conclusion: Echoes of the Past

 
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The celestial antics of what man began to think of as his god gripped him in a vice the hold of which continues to constrict him to the present day. In ways that often verged on the bizarre, man sought to re-enact what he, or his ancestors, had lived through. And although he remembered quite correctly, certain quandaries more than once resulted in deficient preservation. But even while, in time, such issues were corrected, certain others were by then much too ingrained to overcome long-held mistaken concepts. This was especially true when such erroneous notions were embraced by man’s evolving cults, in which whatever happened to be misconstrued often turned into religious dogma.

One such problem involved the creation of new words in order to express novel experiences. As already noted, one of these innovative concepts had to do with color. The description of proto-Saturn’s realm before a word for “purple” had been coined in certain languages resulted in blue-black or simply black as having been the concerned color. This is the reason we continue to run headlong into the designation of the planetary god in question as the black Saturn. Needless to say, it also accounts for the association of such items as black curtains and black stones with the Saturnian deity, some of which persist right to this day in the Meccan Ka’aba.........
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So you know back in the day dragon flies were huge as well as other creatures and things that are around now. I didn't want to cause any attention so I kept quiet so I didn't ask about radiation. But an interesting spin on it was, that there was more plants everywhere back then which created a more oxygen atmosphere causing density in the air. To think, how such a large creature could fly in the air like air we breathe would be kinda silly. But a denser air could lift the wings up really easy of such a huge creature.afro
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Interesting. Over the last few weeks, on the days the energy is particularly strong, something along these lines has been occurring. I've noticed that in my peripheral vision, a gnat has appeared much larger. It appeared almost baseball size. Obviously it startled me at first, and caused me to take a second glance, only to find it was only a gnat. After it happened again, it made me think of when Saturn ruled the sky, and the atmosphere was able to sustain much larger creatures.
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Preface: There is so much misunderstanding about the origins of many facets of our culture. One of these confusions concerns the origin of the royal and or divine colors. For instance, the modern myth or old wives’ tale that I learned was that purple dye—extracted from the Murex purpurea shellfish–was so expensive and rare that it was reserved for royalty. In this series Cardona has laid out part of the real story.

The next question to answer is: Why was the Saturnian planet and its god considered tohave been black? Did the proto-Saturnian sun really turn that color—did it lose all of its luster—once it got hidden behind the dust it had itself expelled?
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Not so, says Donald D. Hoffman, a professor of cognitive science at the University of California, Irvine. Hoffman has spent the past three decades studying perception, artificial intelligence, evolutionary game theory and the brain, and his conclusion is a dramatic one: The world presented to us by our perceptions is nothing like reality. What’s more, he says, we have evolution itself to thank for this magnificent illusion, as it maximizes evolutionary fitness by driving truth to extinction.

Getting at questions about the nature of reality, and disentangling the observer from the observed, is an endeavor that straddles the boundaries of neuroscience and fundamental physics. On one side you’ll find researchers scratching their chins raw trying to understand how a three-pound lump of gray matter obeying nothing more than the ordinary laws of physics can give rise to first-person conscious experience. This is the aptly named “hard problem.”
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“What is clearly evident today is that the puquio system must have been much more developed than it appears today,” says Lasaponara. “Exploiting an inexhaustible water supply throughout the year the puquio system contributed to an intensive agriculture of the valleys in one of the most arid places in the world.”
A series of canals brought the water, trapped underground, to the areas where it was needed; anything left was stored in surface reservoirs. To help keep it moving, chimneys were excavated above the canals in the shape of corkscrewing funnels. These funnels let wind into the canals, which forced the water through the system.
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An advanced alien civilization DID exist before us:

Scientists update prediction of alien life using latest Kepler exoplanet data

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to many things move at once for anybody to notice
mostly
sensitive to /z\ motive to tell
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to many things move at once for anybody to notice
mostly
sensitive to /z\ motive to tell
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to many to's to be grammar comfortable
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to many things move at once for anybody to notice
mostly
sensitive to /z\ motive to tell
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Read it aether...

chuckle

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to many things move at once for anybody to notice
mostly
sensitive to /z\ motive to tell
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to many to's to be grammar comfortable
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oh
To many 2s to be comfortable fit within 1 (singularity) belief structure
structure and function can never be seperated
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to many things move at once for anybody to notice
mostly
sensitive to /z\ motive to tell
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Read it aether...

chuckle


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hehe
I agree
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to many things move at once for anybody to notice
mostly
sensitive to /z\ motive to tell
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to many to's to be grammar comfortable
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oh
To many 2s to be comfortable fit within 1 (singularity) belief structure
structure and function can never be seperated
 Quoting: aether


There are always too many 2's that's why it's my favorite number. I noticed that when I was young...I was like 2's everywhere so that's the reason...3's and 6's are a whole different plane lol
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to many things move at once for anybody to notice
mostly
sensitive to /z\ motive to tell
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to many to's to be grammar comfortable
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oh
To many 2s to be comfortable fit within 1 (singularity) belief structure
structure and function can never be seperated
 Quoting: aether


There are always too many 2's that's why it's my favorite number. I noticed that when I was young...I was like 2's everywhere so that's the reason...3's and 6's are a whole different plane lol
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you noticeably fit comfortably
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to many to's to be grammar comfortable
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oh
To many 2s to be comfortable fit within 1 (singularity) belief structure
structure and function can never be seperated
 Quoting: aether


There are always too many 2's that's why it's my favorite number. I noticed that when I was young...I was like 2's everywhere so that's the reason...3's and 6's are a whole different plane lol
 Quoting: Iset


you noticeably fit comfortably
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yes...and we usually converse so easily...besides our "distractions" I don't trust you aether...but you know that...I don't know if you trust me. You shouldn't in this crazy glp world...because lord knows I don't. I would not harm you...or touch you...but you already knew that...just as long as you can do the same we should be fine...
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It is a good topic...either way lol
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It is a good topic...either way lol
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we get close enough to experience each other in a manner enjoyable to me

I agree
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It is a good topic...either way lol
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we get close enough to experience each other in a manner enjoyable to me

I agree
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hf
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dodgy topic egypt
anxiety
and its a women thing as much as it is men

hathors is not a name I use and I feel a bit awkward doing so because I'm a guy
authority
whom has authority

seems a hidden thing
were men willing to lead men without telling them that they were led by women

that seems to be anxiety for many

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its a 2 thing
when you start with the notion that
all that is not you
is similar enough to you
to be you
the 2 of you become 1
to you
the other one

gosh
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for about 50000 linear years upon Gaia the ancestry of all people is thought by all cultures to originate from a person(s) resembling us whom were godlike in comparison to us

50000 years is not long in comparison to length of linear time Gaia has been inhabited
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dodgy topic egypt
anxiety
and its a women thing as much as it is men

hathors is not a name I use and I feel a bit awkward doing so because I'm a guy
authority
whom has authority

seems a hidden thing
were men willing to lead men without telling them that they were led by women

that seems to be anxiety for many
 Quoting: aether


Hmm...I thought this thread would have had more posts. I don't understand why not. It's interesting.

Why is there anxiety?

Oh okay that anxiety...hmm would seem that men would not want to be led by a woman. Although I don't understand why not. Some women can be just as brutal and effective as a man in my opinion...
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its a 2 thing
when you start with the notion that
all that is not you
is similar enough to you
to be you
the 2 of you become 1
to you
the other one

gosh

 Quoting: aether


Oh...

Interesting the way you tell it lol

:)

Hf
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for about 50000 linear years upon Gaia the ancestry of all people is thought by all cultures to originate from a person(s) resembling us whom were godlike in comparison to us

50000 years is not long in comparison to length of linear time Gaia has been inhabited
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True...
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dodgy topic egypt
anxiety
and its a women thing as much as it is men

hathors is not a name I use and I feel a bit awkward doing so because I'm a guy
authority
whom has authority

seems a hidden thing
were men willing to lead men without telling them that they were led by women

that seems to be anxiety for many
 Quoting: aether


Hmm...I thought this thread would have had more posts. I don't understand why not. It's interesting.

Why is there anxiety?

Oh okay that anxiety...hmm would seem that men would not want to be led by a woman. Although I don't understand why not. Some women can be just as brutal and effective as a man in my opinion...
 Quoting: Iset


I know the whole thing became a bit emotional today
I have
sort of see the scale again after a long period of being able to cope by doing stuff that felt the only thing you would do at that time

one of those experiences

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its a 2 thing
when you start with the notion that
all that is not you
is similar enough to you
to be you
the 2 of you become 1
to you
the other one

gosh

 Quoting: aether


Oh...

Interesting the way you tell it lol

:)

Hf
 Quoting: Iset


I know but it doesn't help
buddha still has not said anything on them topic either
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for about 50000 linear years upon Gaia the ancestry of all people is thought by all cultures to originate from a person(s) resembling us whom were godlike in comparison to us

50000 years is not long in comparison to length of linear time Gaia has been inhabited
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True...
 Quoting: Iset


that is the bit that cheers me up
like a save point
what was before then
What was our storyline 50000 + years ago
does anyone know
I don't think we have been back past that aeon
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its a 2 thing
when you start with the notion that
all that is not you
is similar enough to you
to be you
the 2 of you become 1
to you
the other one

gosh

 Quoting: aether


Oh...

Interesting the way you tell it lol

:)

Hf
 Quoting: Iset


I know but it doesn't help
buddha still has not said anything on them topic either
 Quoting: aether


hmm well that's why the thread is here yes? It's a process that 2 to 1 thing lol

Hf
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for about 50000 linear years upon Gaia the ancestry of all people is thought by all cultures to originate from a person(s) resembling us whom were godlike in comparison to us

50000 years is not long in comparison to length of linear time Gaia has been inhabited
 Quoting: aether


True...
 Quoting: Iset


that is the bit that cheers me up
like a save point
what was before then
What was our storyline 50000 + years ago
does anyone know
I don't think we have been back past that aeon

 Quoting: aether


Yeah I don't think we have been either...I would very much like to know as well. I sit and think about those things at times. I try to go back there and experience it...but it's too far back...I can't see anything...
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careful iset, old aether will be flicking your bean, in the ass troll, if you encourage him.
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its a 2 thing
when you start with the notion that
all that is not you
is similar enough to you
to be you
the 2 of you become 1
to you
the other one

gosh

 Quoting: aether


Oh...

Interesting the way you tell it lol

:)

Hf
 Quoting: Iset


I know but it doesn't help
buddha still has not said anything on them topic either
 Quoting: aether


Brought to mind the White Tara and Green Tara.
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its 2:1 btw