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Agni did come up in a book, The Lost Night
Preface: guys are trying to capture this guy and girl and set fire to their house and they are stuck inside.

"The lights are out but the fire is going strong. I don't want you silhouetted against the shades."

"What are you going to do?"

"Take a look around."

"You are going outside? Are you crazy? If there is someone out there, he might have a gun."

"Believe it or not, that possibility did cross my mind."

"I don't think it is a good idea. You won't be able to see a thing in this storm and if you use a flashlight you'll make a perfect target of yourself."

"I won't need a flashlight."

"Are you saying you can see in the dark?"

"You said you saw my aura, but I never got around to telling you about the nature of my talent."

"No you didn't."

"I told you, I'm one of the monsters. You should of believed me."

The inferno gathered in the house and so she ran toward the kitchen. The roar of the flames leaping down the hallway was louder than the thunder of the storm, a great, insatiable beast that would not be satisfied until it had consumed everything in its path.

She flew into the kitchen and collided with a solid dark shadow.

"Change of plans."

There was something wrong, she thought. She knew he was there. She could hear him and feel the heavy currents of his energy swirling in the kitchen. But she could not see him. The small space was swathed in shadows, but the fire was racing down the hall now, throwing off enough light to reveal a portion of the stove, the counter, and the refrigerator. But she could not see him, who was right there in front of her.

But that was not he worst part of the disorienting experience. It was the terrifying chill that rattled her nerves, the icy sensation coalescing rapidly into a bloodcurdling terror. Mindless panic threatened to overwhelm her. This was what if felt like when the monsters came out from under the bed. This was what if felt like when you were cornered by the creature from the depths of the Obsidian Lagoon. This was the sensation that overwhelmed you when you woke up inside the coffin, the sensation that destroyed sanity, the sensation that make you welcome death....

"Trust me"

It was an order. This was no monster. It was him.

She pulled herself together with an act of will and focused a little talent through her bracelet. His fierce silver and midnight aura blazed reassuringly in the darkness. Her heart was still pounding, but the panic receded quickly. She took a deep breath.

"Okay. I'm okay. What did you do? You were invisible except your aura. And the cold sensation-"

"I'm still invisible and so are you as long as we stay in physical contact. The bastards outside will be watching both doors but they won't be able to see us."

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Mara monster talentafro
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Local distortions in earths electric field is a great mystery.
Limestone, quartz, and magnetite deposits hold information that is residual.
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Mariamene Mara
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Same spelling as in the Acts of Philip.


Mara is a title, the feminine version of Mar
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Mary Magdalene topic
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Lenses topic
As you spin the lens, the rainbow star moves its points around
Noting
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Stars appears off reflected lights
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The shimmer is a prism. Light waves refracted. Signals not gone but scrambled. Refracting dna

Hox genes are genes that define the body plan.
The physical structure.
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Memories passed down through dna hold information like common sense.
Dna from the bones of the dead still mutate. That’s why bone piles aka skeleton houses were under churches as local old world custom.
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Informational swing is seasonal lol
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Mariamene Mara
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Same spelling as in the Acts of Philip.


Mara is a title, the feminine version of Mar
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Mary Magdalene topic
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Tribe of Benjamin’s abilities are very concise.
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It goes from a "king" word definition to a circle around a head ?

Dunno either :-)
I have a habit to be an ignorant ;-)
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Ah, a crown...
I wonder if that's something that can be bestowed from the spiritual domain. Perhaps the attribution of King refers to something different then most people conceive.
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What about elongated crown, loltounge
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Had to do with this:


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The etymology of the word is traditionally understood as "lacking worth".[7] Some scholars translate it from Hebrew as "worthless" (Beli yo'il), while others translate it as "yokeless" (Beli ol), "may have no rising" (Belial) or "never to rise" (Beli ya'al).


Which has to do with this:

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In 1937, Edgar Cayce used the term "sons of belial" and "sons of the law of one" for the first time in one of his deep trance readings given between 1923 and 1945. Cayce was often referred to as the "sleeping prophet" who gave over 2,500 readings to individuals while in a deep trance state. While his definition of the sons of belial was consistent with the Hebrew meaning of "worthless" individuals focused on self-gratification, Cayce went on to use the term frequently to compare opposing human forces at work in pre-historical times related to the early development of Atlantis.

It is said Belial was a variant of the Sumerian mother goddess Ishtar.

Question is, what did Benjamin have against Levite?

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Notable descendants
In tradition

Moses
Aaron
Ezekiel
Isaiah
Jeremiah
Samuel
Habakkuk
Malachi
Miriam
Ezra
Korah
John the Baptist[14



Getting to the chopping off head bit....afro
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And the curse...

Any man who gives his daughter to a Benjamite.

Which is how Arcadia was the loophole.

Judges 21 6-7;15-18
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See this painting. What is the guy laying doing?
Is that cattle? Milking?

The Benjamites stood with Belial because it is said they worshipped a form of the mother goddess which was the same deity.

It is matriarchy patriarchy topic and the union of both.
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They did not stand with Levite which caused war between the tribes.
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Deuteronomy 33:12New International Version (NIV)

12 About Benjamin he said:

“Let the beloved of the Lord rest secure in him,
for he shields him all day long,
and the one the Lord loves rests between his shoulders.”


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To wander

The Land of Nod (Hebrew: eretz-Nod‎, ארץ נוד) is a place mentioned in the Book of Genesis of the Hebrew Bible, located "on the east of Eden" (qidmat-‘Eden), where Cain was exiled by God after Cain had murdered his brother Abel. According to Genesis 4:16:

And Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of Eden.

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His name is Abeltounge


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To wander

The Land of Nod (Hebrew: eretz-Nod‎, ארץ נוד) is a place mentioned in the Book of Genesis of the Hebrew Bible, located "on the east of Eden" (qidmat-‘Eden), where Cain was exiled by God after Cain had murdered his brother Abel. According to Genesis 4:16:

And Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of Eden.

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Abel was shepherd and Cain cultivator
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Seeing Pan better, lol, god of shepherds
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Bump for the bleat noise lol
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It was said Houdini was double jointed in his shoulders, how he could get out of the straight jacket lol
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So, the Minoan maze has come up in North America and Europe. They say the European mazes were introduced by the Spanish conquest because the possibility of them being independently risen is a million to one shot. The idea of pre-Columbian times is said unlikely, lol

They have dated all the European design motifs but never said about the Hopi and Pima motifs. The Hopi call the Minoan maze symbol a Mother Earth symbol, Tapu'at, meaning Mother and Child, suggesting the passages in the maze are paths that man must follow on his Road of Life.
The Pima symbol was used in children's game called hose of Tcuhu and is still used in basketry.


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Interesting timing(pun), as was said that is how one got out of the maze

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Knot Possible! 3,000-Year-Old Thread Found in UK

An unusually delicate pair of artifacts recently emerged from a dig site in the United Kingdom: a tiny ball of thread and another length of thread wound around a bobbin. Both are estimated to be approximately 3,000 years old.

The fragile fiber objects appeared during the excavation of a Bronze Age village near what is now Petersborough, in eastern England.

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Remember the knot trick, lol

This came up

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Quipus, sometimes known as khipus or talking knots,[1] were recording devices historically used in a number of cultures and particularly in the region of Andean South America

A quipu usually consisted of colored, spun, and plied thread or strings made from cotton or camelid fiber. For the Inca, the system aided in collecting data and keeping records, ranging from monitoring tax obligations, properly collecting census records, calendrical information, and military organization.[4] The cords contained numeric and other values encoded by knots in a base ten positional system. A quipu could have only a few or up to 2,000 cords.[5] The configuration of the quipus have also been "compared to string mops."[6] Archaeological evidence has also shown a use of finely carved wood as a supplemental, and perhaps more sturdy, base on which the color-coordinated cords would be attached.[7] A relatively small number have survived.


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The word mancala comes from the Arabic word naqala meaning literally "to move".[7][8][9] No one game exists with the name mancala; the name is a classification or type of game. This word is used in Syria, Lebanon, and Egypt, but is not consistently applied to any one game.

Most mancala games share a common general game play. Players begin by placing a certain number of seeds, prescribed for the particular game, in each of the pits on the game board. A player may count their stones to plot the game. A turn consists of removing all seeds from a pit, "sowing" the seeds (placing one in each of the following pits in sequence) and capturing based on the state of board.


Patterson solved the leopard tattoo. What? How? Mancala. It's a game. You move marbles around in a set pattern... or migraine pills... which is what made me realize R has been playing mancala with the sugar cubes. He's not aware that he's doing it, but mancala's very popular in South Africa. You must have both played it a lot as children, and it's stuck in his subconscious. How does that crack the leopard? If you flip it, some of its spots are like the pockets in a board. Five different boards, in fact. Mancala can have an infinite amount of moves. But the leopard only has three rings on its tail. So, I tried moving the specs in each board in groups of three until I ran out of moves. The final pattern across all five boards came out as... Nas: Braille.

Read more at: [link to transcripts.foreverdreaming.org]
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The emergence
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It actually does look like the knot trick I learned when a kid in 2d representation. So when you pull on the knot it comes undone into one line no nodes.
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Tapu’at shows what nanites were meant to be.
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Like all membranes; They can only accrue or thicken to a certain point until they become impenetrable vessels.
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At which point they become a unified point of emergence.

said the chrysalis to the Egg.
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At which point they become a unified point of emergence.

said the chrysalis to the Egg.
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Not everything turns to goo and is said the imaginal discs are special because not even the hormones can affect them. The nervous system still retains the memory too.
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Well, except little bunny foo foo
Fu is the wisdom of Chinese magic lol
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Happy 600th page.

:twdonuts: Donuts for all. rockon
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Happy 600th page.

:twdonuts: Donuts for all. rockon
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Thank ya!
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Fulu is a term for Daoist practitioners in the past who could draw and write supernatural talismans, Fu, shenfu which they believed functioned as summons or instructions to deities, spirits, or as tools of exorcism,[2] as medicinal potions for ailments. It is believed by Taoists that in the past the ability to write Shenfu had been once decreed by their deities to authorized priests or daoshi.

Storytellers were before written language stemming from the symbol age. It is found through memory diseases that written word lacks memory compared to drawing a symbol for the word.
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Petroglyphs topic
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This also goes because Chinese have kept the word and the symbol for the word that many don’t have today.
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The Minoan maze is perfect example of ancient global symbol that has a word meaning.
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The Minoan maze is perfect example of ancient global symbol that has a word meaning.
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When the teaching of acquisition was morally okay rather than the true origins way.
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Zoroaster into thelema went down a very disturbed path lol
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Many echo today what was uncovered in 1945 as residual of incoherence.
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Earth only puts up with it for so long and genius it is, knows how to make responsive look proactive within the elements of nature to steer manipulators. Natural immune system for surface life.
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The prankster the blue jay does coincide with some Greek tales in the realm of ghost world aka shadowland trying to bring his spirit wife back to life within the inhabitants of the supernatural people becoming trapped in a pattern arriving to the next town of restoration too late.
His power was to reduce people to bones with just a loud shout.
Noting.
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It’s funny because ears came up and how they grow the older one gets and many of the biggest ears go deaf.
Telepathy topic lol
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One of my fav topics is inner earth.
Way of the coyote shows through varying customs the similar restoration stories of healing both physical and spiritual.

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Crystal technologies cayce hit on with knowledge in Sphinx location shows through massive stones residual what was done during the builders time from afterlife wisdom brought back into life.
Restoration information.

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Like all membranes; They can only accrue or thicken to a certain point until they become impenetrable vessels.
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Fat bottom came on the radio. I’m like that’s dions song
Nice lol
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Is earth judged for its surface life wrongs and is that the same as being with but not of it type of thing. Thinking circa 2010
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Is earth judged for its surface life wrongs and is that the same as being with but not of it type of thing. Thinking circa 2010
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Lmao, the portals. That was in conjunction with safe zones within the globe areas.