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On the god of Time and blind god, since duat is translated by modern men to be like a clock, it should be shown about frame rates.

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Frame rate (expressed in frames per second or fps) is the frequency (rate) at which consecutive images called frames are displayed in an animated display. The term applies equally to film and video cameras, computer graphics, and motion capture systems. Frame rate may also be called the frame frequency, and be expressed in hertz.

The temporal sensitivity and resolution of human vision varies depending on the type and characteristics of visual stimulus, and it differs between individuals. The human visual system can process 1 to 5 images per second and perceive them individually, while higher rates are perceived as motion


Can go for the analogy of the frames being the focal points. What is between them is the dead space. Similar to radio/audio and words. Jitter can happen between frames. Also it has been notorious in the hollyweird and other complex's of utilizing subliminal messages for their own benefit.


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Well, I’ll be. 187 rofl
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Visual and sound. They get the day and night.
That’s hawk and owl.
Phoenix and dragon lol

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Great posts, Ricky


Kinda made me think of Eric Dollard

What we see is bleed through...kinda like the convo we had about time, nice phosphenes lol!




*just in case people are not familiar*

if you apply what he is saying about light to time, shit gets weird :)
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Gotta go will watch that later. Looks like the Aten in there lol
Light and time is sun clock tells shadow by day and water clock(clepsydra) tells ‘gravity’ by night.
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The waste product.

This has been a topic for a while about the pyramids areas. How the vulture was a huge impact in the area as well as mortuary temples close proximity to the pyramids along with royal tombs. I found it odd. I also find it odd we have today chemical cesspools in many areas, like that island in the pacific, gulf of mexico's dead zone that floats around, just a tiny bit of our wastes. But with agriculture and nature waste is never piled up or discard but utilized for recreation. Modern man has only the last few hundred years understood the impact of microbes on life and death processes. We have so much technology for building into waste but nothing in the recycle of it. That is where the ancient civilizations might of been way clever in that regard.

Oh and mummification with block gods as preservation not quite stone, thinking
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Surface life has for every day creature a night creature equivalent.
Two raptor equivalent was
Red tail hawk day sight and speed color vision
Great horned owl sound and silence lack of color vision

Key notes face shapes. Day face eyes are on sides perfect for sight and night shape is flat face perfect for sound
Fitting that into time and light.
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Visual and sound. They get the day and night.
That’s hawk and owl.
Phoenix and dragon lol
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LoL
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Visual and sound. They get the day and night.
That’s hawk and owl.
Phoenix and dragon lol
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LoL
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The remnants of before were the huntergatherer ancestors that were the closest to the earth in understanding the seasons and cycles of time essentially knowing how to ride the Phoenix and the dragons instead of owning or taming.
Lol, the tunnels and light and even the sound resonance of these megalithic structures prove it so.
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Lol
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I thought I made myself clear, Ms.
Smoak.
You did.
And then I figured out how to set a trap at the CDC.
- How did you know about this - I bugged your office.
- See - I know.
I know.
But hold the lecture.
We're on a time crunch here.
I backtraced the Silencer's hack.
Wait.
we're calling her the Silencer now? - It's better than the Belt Lady.
- Noted.
She's been checking inventory on glutathione hydrate.
It's a biocompound that helps protect red blood cells against diseases like Ebola and the Lassa Fever.
I mean, god knows what creepy thing Diaz has planned for that, and the only place he can get it is the CDC.
You do realize the CDC is a Secure Government Facility.
They have strict protocols, proce Which makes it the perfect place, you know, to set a trap.
The compound is being stored in a biocontainment lab.
Diaz walks in there, I seal the doors He's locked in.
Like that zombie movie Or any zombie movie.
- And when is this happening? - Tonight.
A shipment just came in from Central City.
Well, I'll put a team together.
If Diaz goes near that building, the SCPD will be there waiting.
If Diaz even gets a whiff of the police, it'll spook him.
Oh, right.
You want to do it the vigilante way.
Well, you probably shouldn't have invited her.
No Canary, no Wild Dog.
Just us.
It technically wouldn't be off the books if Agent Watson comes with us.
And go against my boss' direct order to stay away from the CDC? Your boss is wrong, and you know it.
Besides, something tells me if you brought Diaz in, all would be forgiven.
That's a big "if.
" Diaz has been a plague on this city and on our lives for too long.
And now we have a chance to bring him down.
We have to take it.
It's been 5 months.
The SCPD hasn't caught him, neither has the FBI, neither has A.
R.
G.
U.
S.
It's time to try another way.
Fine.
But this is a one-time thing, understand? And if anything feels off, I pull the plug.
What do you say, D.
? All right.
Let's go catch us a dragon.


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There it is again lol
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Right on time with living as legends lol
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Dang. Makes sense. Last time I went to the circus, years ago, it was the dragon theme. They had the shaolin monks. That was amazing.
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Wow, was before 2013. Interesting.
Did get a remind about the silencer. Sound disrupts molecules in the air.
Very shaolin.
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Went to the circus, it was weird but interesting! They were summoning a dragon the whole time and the shaolin were amazing!
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Oh no was in 2013 but not at the other post time on sound topic

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Dang, okay Phoenix of course has to stay on track.
Resurrection physics pointing towards the water into wine story.

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Unlike the rest of the storage devices we’ll talk about, kvevris (also translated as qvevri) were probably not used for transporting wine. Some historians speculate that they were, but it’s not very likely. Why isn’t it likely? They were quite large and they were buried in the ground to ensure climate control sans electricity. While it’s hard to pin specific dates when archeologists take us this far back in history, we can say with certainty that the Ancient Georgians were using these large, beeswax coated, earthenware vessels as early as 6,000 BC.

So what makes a kvevri so special? Aside from being the oldest storage vessels we’ve discovered to date, they were used in every stage of wine production, from grape crushing to aging. Unfermented grapes, naturally growing in the region, were dumped into a kvevri, which could hold hundreds to thousands of liters of liquid depending on its size. The grapes were then crushed (stems included), the kvevri was buried (to keep the wine at a steady temperature) and primary fermentation commenced. Once the period of primary fermentation was over, the kvevri was covered with a large stone to create an airtight seal. The kvevri was then left undisturbed for up to two years, allowing the wine to undergo malolactic fermentation and a period of aging. What came out at the end was an earthenware-aged wine that was highly tannic.



Deja vu or ive already posted this lol
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Current track pun for belt. Yes race track in the sky


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The 3, 6, 9 was utilized by Jesus for his ascension.

9 months was the pregnancy in the kiva womb=birth
6 weeks was the desert/temptation 40days and 40 mights=? not sure but changed him I'm guessing and had to be in a kiva
3 days in the cave/kiva for resurrection in order to leave off world=ascension

The whole thing looks like a process.
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...


This is important as the story about the second spark of life and how it came to gaia.
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Oh I wonder Songs if that dream you had also was informational because this story is about a baby in utero, the only of its kind born on gaia because their kinds world was no more.
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:) Everything is informational

- the thing that seems to stand out was that gestation took 6 hours instead of 9 months - miracle growth - and gold cross man/ solar impregnation

scratching
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That reminded of above post. I'm thinking memory fields. In utero utilizes very different senses and the ones outside utero are very lessened in use. Some call in utero the waking dream or dreaming.
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He understood the amphora aka Pandora’s pithos
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That’s Phoenix story of baby to earth. Only memory of earth as in utero before earth.
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Silencer aka belt lady
Mary info has been lurking around noticeably lol

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Oh boy lol
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Visual and sound. They get the day and night.
That’s hawk and owl.
Phoenix and dragon lol
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LoL
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The remnants of before were the huntergatherer ancestors that were the closest to the earth in understanding the seasons and cycles of time essentially knowing how to ride the Phoenix and the dragons instead of owning or taming.
Lol, the tunnels and light and even the sound resonance of these megalithic structures prove it so.
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Bump

This theme had been very strong lately, even moreso than the unicorn stuff...

Not only does one need to understand and respect cycles of nature but also meet the changes with the understanding that there is no completion but inclinations and declinations through the cycles...chakana
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Visual and sound. They get the day and night.
That’s hawk and owl.
Phoenix and dragon lol
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LoL
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The remnants of before were the huntergatherer ancestors that were the closest to the earth in understanding the seasons and cycles of time essentially knowing how to ride the Phoenix and the dragons instead of owning or taming.
Lol, the tunnels and light and even the sound resonance of these megalithic structures prove it so.
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Bump

This theme had been very strong lately, even moreso than the unicorn stuff...

Not only does one need to understand and respect cycles of nature but also meet the changes with the understanding that there is no completion but inclinations and declinations through the cycles...chakana
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Adaptation is shown in every environment. The coyotes know and main way of survivalists teachings.

The pic of chakana reminds of a different view of the Egyptian aker.
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Interesting catch, you're right!

Look and see what tonight on 60 minutes will be...

You'll laugh!

Think I'll take the hint lol
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Dang, okay Phoenix of course has to stay on track.
Resurrection physics pointing towards the water into wine story.

[link to vinepair.com (secure)]

Unlike the rest of the storage devices we’ll talk about, kvevris (also translated as qvevri) were probably not used for transporting wine. Some historians speculate that they were, but it’s not very likely. Why isn’t it likely? They were quite large and they were buried in the ground to ensure climate control sans electricity. While it’s hard to pin specific dates when archeologists take us this far back in history, we can say with certainty that the Ancient Georgians were using these large, beeswax coated, earthenware vessels as early as 6,000 BC.

So what makes a kvevri so special? Aside from being the oldest storage vessels we’ve discovered to date, they were used in every stage of wine production, from grape crushing to aging. Unfermented grapes, naturally growing in the region, were dumped into a kvevri, which could hold hundreds to thousands of liters of liquid depending on its size. The grapes were then crushed (stems included), the kvevri was buried (to keep the wine at a steady temperature) and primary fermentation commenced. Once the period of primary fermentation was over, the kvevri was covered with a large stone to create an airtight seal. The kvevri was then left undisturbed for up to two years, allowing the wine to undergo malolactic fermentation and a period of aging. What came out at the end was an earthenware-aged wine that was highly tannic.



Deja vu or ive already posted this lol
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You know what is very coyote that I find interesting?
Much salve and cosmetics have beeswax in it for various reasons.
But in salve, it actually causes a barrier on the skin to which less of the medicinal ingredients sit within instead of its purpose to soak into the skin. Back in the day, they used beeswax for waterproofing similar to corn cobs in the americas.
Noting the oils in biblical stories for context not on kiva but person.

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Interesting catch, you're right!

Look and see what tonight on 60 minutes will be...

You'll laugh!

Think I'll take the hint lol
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What is it? I can’t believe that show is still on.
I’ll look it up. Scurred lol
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Dang lol
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Dang lol
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That’s legendary water topic lol
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Lmaooooo

Just in time for the Scorpio season too
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Lmaooooo

Just in time for the Scorpio season too
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damned lol
I saw last night Arizona use a flamethrower on scorpions as they over run in that location.
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The Harrowing is a test that every mage-apprentice must go through to become a full member of the Circle of Magi. All of their training and apprenticeship is meant to prepare them for this test.[1] Exactly what happens during the Harrowing is kept a secret from apprentices and people outside of the Circle.[2]
The Harrowing looms large for apprentices in part because the enchanters decide, on their own and in secret, when and if the apprentice is ready for the rite. When they do so the apprentice is taken, without warning or preparation, to face the Harrowing. It can come at any time, and so one must always be ready[1].

The rite itself is fairly simple. First, the apprentice enters the Fade through ritual use of lyrium. Once across the Veil, the subject must face and overcome a demon that wishes to possess the apprentice's body and enter the living realm. This involves navigating whatever challenges have been set up and seeing through whatever ruse the demon puts on. The demon itself would have been summoned by Circle mages to the same part of the Fade the apprentice enters, lured by the promise of a living body waiting for it. The Harrowing is more a test of will, common sense, and the ability to resist temptation, than one of magical ability.

If the apprentice succeeds in resisting the demon, he or she earns the title and trappings of a mage, becoming a full member of the Circle, having proven the necessary strength of will and character to master and use magic.



That’s awkward dragon info

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Magi is Zoroaster based
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What is it? It's an Acheron Configuration, if I'm not mistaken.
An arcane puzzle.
A variation on it, yes.
It's a test of mental and actual dexterity.
Solve it, and you can join conjuring class.
- Or go mad trying.
- That won't happen with your niece.
Only the weak-willed fall prey to the Acheron's fascinations.
Quite right.

That particular configuration was your father's thesis.
He designed and built it.
My father did? Yeah.
Blackwood's been trying to solve this damn thing for 20 years.
I tried for three.
Gave up.
See, the configuration's almost like a kaleidoscope.
Its colors and patterns are addictive, and the more you stare at it, the harder it is to solve.
If you're not careful, it can mess with your head.
You can get lost in it.
Wonderful.


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Lmaooooo

Just in time for the Scorpio season too
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damned lol
I saw last night Arizona use a flamethrower on scorpions as they over run in that location.
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hey now!!!!!!


LMAO

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