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We watched monkey last night. It was entertaining. Second show recently have seen a young woman be the hero. The monk was the key.

Looked up tripitaka and it is what the Buddhist scripture is called.

There were some hits too related to Hopi that the "white brother" would travel east and then at some point would have to return west. When I was reading it couple nights ago was thinking they had gone that far east to have been in the Buddhist realm.

Thank you for sharing it.
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I grew up in a fishing village.
One day, when I was not much older than those girls, my father took me out onto the boat, into rough seas.
I was trying to drop the anchor when I fell into the water.
But to my surprise, I didn't drown.
In fact, I found the stillness of the sea rather comforting.
That was the beginning of my transformation.
I started to hear the cries of the creatures that we caught in our nets.
All day, and into the night, I heard them scream.
Until one day I couldn't bear it any longer, I decided to cut them loose.
It wasn't long before my family found out.
I told them about the voices.
My father took me in the middle of the night, so as to not upset my brothers and sisters.
We drove for a whole day until, finally, he stopped by the side of the road, sat me down and told me that I was a Demon and that, for the sake of my family, I should never return to the village.
I started to cry.
I cried a lot that day.
I cried till there was nothing left to cry.
Until the sound of my own wailing became somewhat amusing.
For the longest time, I used to think they really believed I was a Demon.
And then I realised people believe what they want to believe.
I wish you well, Tripitaka.


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Sad story already..
My rest is a weapon against the oppression of mans obsession to control things;
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We watched monkey last night. It was entertaining. Second show recently have seen a young woman be the hero. The monk was the key.

Looked up tripitaka and it is what the Buddhist scripture is called.

There were some hits too related to Hopi that the "white brother" would travel east and then at some point would have to return west. When I was reading it couple nights ago was thinking they had gone that far east to have been in the Buddhist realm.

Thank you for sharing it.
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I finished it yesterday. It was well written and entertaining.
Yes there was with directions.
Plus did you notice the demon wanting immortality became a djinn lol
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I grew up in a fishing village.
One day, when I was not much older than those girls, my father took me out onto the boat, into rough seas.
I was trying to drop the anchor when I fell into the water.
But to my surprise, I didn't drown.
In fact, I found the stillness of the sea rather comforting.
That was the beginning of my transformation.
I started to hear the cries of the creatures that we caught in our nets.
All day, and into the night, I heard them scream.
Until one day I couldn't bear it any longer, I decided to cut them loose.
It wasn't long before my family found out.
I told them about the voices.
My father took me in the middle of the night, so as to not upset my brothers and sisters.
We drove for a whole day until, finally, he stopped by the side of the road, sat me down and told me that I was a Demon and that, for the sake of my family, I should never return to the village.
I started to cry.
I cried a lot that day.
I cried till there was nothing left to cry.
Until the sound of my own wailing became somewhat amusing.
For the longest time, I used to think they really believed I was a Demon.
And then I realised people believe what they want to believe.
I wish you well, Tripitaka.


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Sad story already..
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Time and out of time topic within habitats that become foreign
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Lima is home to one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in the New World. The National University of San Marcos, founded on May 12, 1551, during the Spanish colonial regime, is the oldest continuously functioning university in the Americas.


Important for later lol
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Ancient African extinctions: humans off the hook
Research finds climate, not hominin activity, knocked out the big mammals.

But Africa is an anomaly. The vast majority of its megafauna – animals weighing more than 1000 kilos – died out before H. sapiens came on the scene.
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So that's your play? You're gonna come after me in a federal prison? Mm-hmm.
See, I've been in and out of places like this my whole life.
I know how to handle guards like that.
Now, you, brother They don't see you as Green Arrow in here.
You're just a number.
It's pretty dehumanizing, isn't it? Bet you weren't thinking about that when you were locking these people up in here.


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Kurt Godel in 1931 proved his incompleteness theorem that states that within any formal system of axioms questions always persist that can neither be proved nor disproved on the basis of the axioms that define the system.
Other words problems cannot be solved by any set of rules or procedures. The widespread belief that mathematics was coherent and complete system based was a shock to the scientific community making it chaotic limiting the knowledge of the twelve century. -hawkings
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The question is, what is the barrier that thunder bounces off of to create the sound waves during a storm
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Why? It knew my secret, something I've never told another soul.
I'm a sworn protector of a shard of the Scythe of Tartarus.
That's what caused last night's hellquake.
I thought the Scythe was lost.
Sorry, what's the Scythe of Tartarus? I thought you'd never ask.
[GLASS CHIMES] Uh [LYRE MUSIC PLAYING] I told you.
The, uh Tartarus a hellish prison for magical creatures.
Gods, demons, the Vanquished.
It's where the bad guys send their bad guys.
Famously, Apollo was sent there by Zeus for killing a Cyclopes.
Well, that Cyclopes did create the lightning bolt that killed his son.


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Golden age domain lol
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Sacred text today problems
Megalithic stone problems of past

They don’t call it manual override for nothing lol

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‘High priest’ issues really and why many go wonky
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‘High priest’ issues really and why many go wonky
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The system structure of virtues and vices spiritual technology keeps the unworthy away through powerful influences activating false sensations of perceived power of recreational attributes. The biological system is structured by the foundation of ingredients that make up realities experience. That’s why altered states was heavily experimented on by many governments through each of the foundations of ingredients like chemical and electrical means.
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The question is, what is the barrier that thunder bounces off of to create the sound waves during a storm
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Everyone knows the sense is sound. Lol
Rabbit says shoot him in the ear Hahahaha
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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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For example,
English words and phrases have changed over time. Non English speakers would not be able to pronunciate with their own corresponding language as it would lack sounds which occur in the languages itself giving amusing results or not so nice results.

Goes with magical results lol

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Same goes for math
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The current view on Apollyon is all wrong. Many early church fathers like Commodian viewed Apollyon differently. He cannot be the Beast as the following verses attest:

9:4 And it was commanded them that they should not hurt the grass of the earth, neither any green thing, neither any tree; but only those men which have not the seal of God in their foreheads.

9:5 And to them it was given that they should not kill them, but that they should be tormented five months: and their torment was as the torment of a scorpion, when he striketh a man.





NASA topic
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”This new report...the one conducted by the UN every year to check how well countries are doing at reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. Short answer: really bad. In 2015, almost every country in the world pledged to lower emissions as part of the Paris climate deal. Not only are countries not on track with their goals, but the UN says the goals are too low to begin with, and could still lead to some worst-case scenarios.
When you say worst-case scenario, what are we talking about here?
As is, Earth's already about 1°C hotter than it was before the Industrial Revolution. And we're already starting to see the effects. Floods, droughts, wildfires and more frequent, intense hurricanes have all been tied to climate change. If things continue to heat up at this rate, the report says the climate situation could become "catastrophic."
What needs to happen for climate change to stop?
International governments need to bring their A-game to drastically cut down emissions (think: more money and stronger policies). Problem, because they're having commitment issues. The US – one of the leading emissions producers in the world – is backing out of the Paris deal altogether. President Trump has made it clear he doesn't believe the hype about climate change. And people in France have been protesting higher fuel taxes – their gov's attempt at getting climate change in check. So not going great. But the UN is encouraging local and city govs to keep at it, even if national govs aren't doing enough.”
-skimm
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Cue chemtrails lol
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It’s like a wasp in a beehive lol
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Lol
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The current view on Apollyon is all wrong. Many early church fathers like Commodian viewed Apollyon differently. He cannot be the Beast as the following verses attest:

9:4 And it was commanded them that they should not hurt the grass of the earth, neither any green thing, neither any tree; but only those men which have not the seal of God in their foreheads.

9:5 And to them it was given that they should not kill them, but that they should be tormented five months: and their torment was as the torment of a scorpion, when he striketh a man.





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Neptune and Apollo space gods mystery religion topic of building the city of Troy.
Interestingly, the sky clocks scorpion older version was the eagle. -crowradio info


Can’t have laws without established ideas lol

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That is a very strange thought. Could you explain that further. The crown is symbolic, so I am having difficulty equating a symbolic entity 'representing' the chosen one...
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There is an Entity that is a crown.

At one time I entertained the idea that the Halo could be a crown and protection.

One in the same.

Dont know if it is true or not, just thinking out loud.
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The Crown is the Sun Halo (sun of Tipareth), and also Keter , Youre right !

The Sun God is the birthing of the initiate, preparing him for immortal life.
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Now getting to John and his head.
Foundation template that is in computer age today just as back thousands of years ago
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Just saw, person said there is conjecture of Saturn and Pluto in 2020 that is a big deal because it’s on the winter solstice of that year aka red heifer religion.

Noting
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In third grade we had a display of animal parts for science to touch and look at and this man standing by the cows heart told me to put my fingers down the chambers and feel it as it was like rubber bands to strum. I said no thanks and kept walking lol
But I did believe him in his descriptions.
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The red heifer was also considered sacred to the Greek god Apollo.[citation needed] They are featured in many myths, including that of the creation of the lyre. In it Hermes steals Apollo's red heifers and then hides them. To escape Apollo's rage, Hermes creates the lyre.

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In organology, lyres are defined as "yoke lutes", being lutes in which the strings are attached to a yoke that lies in the same plane as the sound-table and consists of two arms and a cross-bar.


Reminder sheild and sword. Drum and drumstick representing the heart. Ma’at and kherty
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Traditional music originally imitated nature and the universes lifegiving properties. Kevin Locke, a Sioux, says that just as the powerful thunderstorms that come in spring and summer make it possible for the prairies and the plains to flourish and bloom, so true indian music "nurtures and sustains the soil of the human heart."
Instruments being the counterpoints to the powerful, elemental forms of the thunderstorm.

The beat of the drum is the thunder that shakes the human heart out of its slough of despondency.

The melodies of the flute with six holes representing the 4 cardinal directions along with earth and sky are the wind that purifies and breathes life into the heart.

The sound of the rattle represents the refreshing rain, the voice is the lightning illuminate the heart and charge it with energy and enlightenment.- Kevin Locke


The shield and sword has a different function which is very similar to where the warrior arose.
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Pharaoh means great house. Governed under one body.
It’s same understanding of sensations put into a form outside of self to experience. Like heart can be drum/drumstick and/or sword/shield. Understanding the networkings of the human sustained form has manifested what a governing body seemed to be. Not what it is. A thriving habitat based off kingship was only sustainable as its control of order was maintained. Hierarchy reigned in a division of senses worth, causing many of them to wain into dormancy. Variety became obsolete and scales were tipped into a false balance with time showing lack of microbes with the immune system faltered, weakening the body. A great pharaoh can pass down its secrets of longevity working with alchemy to perfect a growing force of body. After a time, the stress of loosing capacity, caused sterile loss of humanistic behaviors through loss of microbe flora. Meek is variety in all its forms as understanding the body shows. Some think that means obedience or class structure. It does not. It means kingless structure.
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Lol
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Lol
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Is being an agent of god, firstborn, a deformity?
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The redemption has been seen as part of the "natural evolution from animal sacrifice to a money substitute,"[2] and the concept of redemption money occurs also in Akkadian and Ugaritic (Canaan) texts, but not in the same function.[3] Specific references to redemption of the first-born son in Ugaritic texts are disputed.

Big priesthood key
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Firstborns sacrificed then into priesthood through redemption
Jesus sacrificed on the tree and rose after 3 days
Story cont
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What's more, the ramifications of any mistakes could echo for generations, considering that LuLu and NaNa will pass their edited genes down to their own children.

"The words 'profound downstream consequences' don't do it justice," Topol said.

It's unclear what the possible off-target alteration could mean for the twins' health; it's possible that the girls could be fine, he said, but that future generations might suffer.



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