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The Alien Crown

 
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The Alien Crown
The 4th dimension passed down a sacred artifact to their heir's ancestry. It is a necklace, amulet, chariot. The age of incarnation is upon us all.

Here is a story from somewhere not here:

Humans believe that their tongue is the only language. What they don't know is that animals speak too. Animals speak with their minds. They meet each others eyes and read the contents of thought. Sometimes they speak with squeals and roars or growls and whimpers. But there is always a layer of meaning in their cries the human ear is incapable of deciphering. This is because the human mind is closed and locked. They paid the price for stealing fire from the Gods. And in their increased Godliness they paid for their vanity. Still, in the early days man could see slyphs and could speak to spirits. Many among men could talk to animals, or at least the shaman among them. This is because their consciousness was still married with the consciousness of the planet. The atoms and electrons responded to the intercourse of man's encounters with reality. Reality was not yet dense and stoic, the way that things would eventually become.

Early man heard the stars speak. They roamed through the forests and heard the night whisper. The trees told stories of the Titans, the tricksters, the great Sun and the fickle seductive moon. The trees told men where the best herbs lay. What would treat sickness, what would make man sick to eat. In return man gave food back to the earth, gave his energy to the plants and performed rituals for the stars.

But somewhere along the way, the Gods began to crave blood. They began demanding blood from man. And when they demanded blood, the vegetation could not speak, but only remain quiet and sullen in hesitation. The truth was that rituals of blood would produce great power for these 'Gods'. Many men were still kind, but many desired to learn the secrets of power and those were the ones whom the greedier among titans bespoke and corrupted. Human sacrifice became a method of producing great power. But really, it was that these 'so-called' gods harvested the energy of sacrifice. The energy was great and severe, but red, like screaming. It always followed with darkness, like diamond mined from the flesh of the conquered.

The human is a strange experiment. All men are different. Some are worthy, others profane. But as time passed, most could no longer speak to the trees or the animals. The nature became silent for them. The slyphs no longer appeared, nor did the fae, and the spirits of ancestors could only access their living kin in dreams, dreams oft forgotten, or disregarded. Eventually mankind's unseen eye shriveled, unused, atrophied, like a dead muscle.

The brain was powerful, but the mind was dull. A small elect group, however, continued to speak with other worlds, the animals, the trees, continued to be chosen, by those from the fourth dimension, to hold discourse with the spiritual world. Some were prophets. Some were madmen. But all were chosen. Those chosen, brought messages from angels or demons to the world of men. This elect shaped worlds, whether wittingly or through the vessel of the spirit.

The chosen few, incarnate with spirits of fire, held discourse with the secret chieftain of hyperdimensional realities. They knew the ancient wisdoms, because they spoke the language of birds. The Green Men, the elect. To this day, they exist, although they have no name. They do not refer to themselves, but we who know of them believe they are the rightful heirs of the Illuminati.
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whats your point?
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Is there a collective name for these people?



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Thread: Wild Horse Shenanigans - Management Into Extinction - UPDATED
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whats your point?
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Are you looking for a name and an address or something? If metaphors make no sense to you I don't think I can help :/
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Is there a collective name for these people?



animals
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They have had many names throughout the ages depending on the culture that hosts them. Mystic, shaman, adept, visionary...or...there are secret names. The essence is the third eye
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Le third eye. Le alien crown.
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Le third eye. Le alien crown.
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Le be good
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Le third eye. Le alien crown.
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Le be good
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Define good
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I find it very interesting you associate them with being Alien.

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Thread: Wild Horse Shenanigans - Management Into Extinction - UPDATED
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I find it very interesting you associate them with being Alien.

flower
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Well, they are sentients that occupy a higher dimensionality then ours. Thinking of them as space men is silly because they can move outside space
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I spend time in nature with a clear and still mind but cannot fathom any connection to the living things around me. How can I begin making this connection?
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Le third eye. Le alien crown.
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Le be good
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Define good
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Dont be a cunt
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I spend time in nature with a clear and still mind but cannot fathom any connection to the living things around me. How can I begin making this connection?
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hello
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Thread: Wild Horse Shenanigans - Management Into Extinction - UPDATED
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Is there a collective name for these people?



:animals:
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ark
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Is there a collective name for these people?



animals
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ark
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Maybe Earth is the Ark...
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Thread: Wild Horse Shenanigans - Management Into Extinction - UPDATED
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I spend time in nature with a clear and still mind but cannot fathom any connection to the living things around me. How can I begin making this connection?
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Sorry this will be sorta convoluted. Whatever you get from it works fine though.

I think the connection to nature is not just outer but inner. Many think meditation is a matter of annihilation and silence. I think meditation is an emotional connection that precedes thought. Understanding is the root of love. What you see outside yourself is only a mirror of what is within you. Are you connected to your own soul? And then, that your soul is a fragment of infinity, and that is greater then you are, but also liberates you from the illusion of what you think you should be.

There is divinity everywhere. There is no wrong way to connect to nature. If it makes you smile it is sparking the eternal in you, and your consciousness resonates with your smile and so does that which lives around you. It is you. The dirt. The stars.

You cannot fathom your connection; this is the beauty, you need not fathom it. It is unfathomable, beyond logic or reason. It cannot be ascertained by thought. Intuitively it is there, when you stop trying to reduce it to parts. Encompassing you is the sphere of the pleorama and you breathe out and it breathes in, and you breathe in and it breathes out, a dance of endless entropy that engenders the eternal. Even if you can't feel it, trust that it feels you.
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Le third eye. Le alien crown.
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Le be good
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Define good
 Quoting: Kayluz rka


Dont be a cunt
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I don't believe I am one.
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Is there a collective name for these people?



:animals:
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ark
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Maybe Earth is the Ark...
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yes! yes it is

69 -8- 91
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Yes, earth is the ark. The heart is the ark too.
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Le be good
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Define good
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Dont be a cunt
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I don't believe I am one.
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Le third eye...
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Define good
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Dont be a cunt
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I don't believe I am one.
 Quoting: Kayluz rka


Le third eye...
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L'eye for an eye
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Dont be a cunt
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I don't believe I am one.
 Quoting: Kayluz rka


Le third eye...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72638285


L'eye for an eye
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Goodnight...
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I don't believe I am one.
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Le third eye...
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L'eye for an eye
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Goodnight...
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I suppose it is late out there in the UK. Sleep well.
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Le third eye...
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L'eye for an eye
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Goodnight...
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I suppose it is late out there in the UK. Sleep well.
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ZZZZzzzzzzz
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So they like gifteds, like them penned and caged. Instead of looking for them, they just put down some sweet fragrance and let the powerful spirits follow the scent. Careful, with them
Eyes.
There are some who are known to uhm, pluck eyes and feed them to crows.
So...
Here we are folks. Do you feel the quickening or is that just my beating heart? blink

Oh well.
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Well
Glp here is some
Blackvoid tavern

Once upon a time, a race of fae was born in a glade called the eldaar. The fae harvested sap from the strange and luminous plants that grew in this glade. The sap brought them strange visions of worlds yet to be formed in places far from home and times long past or many eons to come.

The queen of the fae was named Rhea the Green Jade and her palace was esconced in the wooded halls of the pole oak which stretched high into the heavens up towards the stars. It was there that she tended to budding fruit with seeds so sweet it could turn your teeth to sugary glaze.

Rhea's daughters mingled among the treefolk and the magicked woods. From the slyphs of the forest, they began to learn the arts of sculpture and craft. Weaving and whittling out of what was dead and dried in their precious glade, they carved out signs and sigils that would one day become the runes of the anglo.

They wove the story of symbols into the lower chambers of the pole oak, and those symbols laid dormant once the fae were gone. None knew the story of their disappearance from the vale. Only the traces of their palace remained to speak for them, and the whispers immortalized by the canopy of leaves and treetops in the winds, who would murmer stories of the fae, and the luminous lands they'd tended.

When the moon joined hands with the sun, the strange runes on the pole oak began to shimmer and glow. They beget a strange magick to the land, and geometry seemed to spire outward from all the things that grew in the hallowed sanctuary. Unfurling like a blossom, the first druid was born under the roots of the ruins of eldaar, and inscriped upon his forehead was a shining sapphire, the condensed ancestry of a long forgotten tribe...the speakers of eldaar, who knew the flower tongue....
 Quoting: otherplace
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I guess you could say I saw the light but
God, I saw some other stuff too man
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after nirvana is a world where anything is possible. if you do really well being human you can be a star or a planet which is supposed to be awesome. If you don't get carried away.

You think being a star is just being a floaty energy ball in space? Not really. Your consciousness is kaleidescopic and also not limited by bodily constraint. What you see when you look at the stars of planets is an imperfect rendition of human perceptual limitations. That doesnt mean you cant see it. You just have to use the erm

Alien crown
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after nirvana is a world where anything is possible. if you do really well being human you can be a star or a planet which is supposed to be awesome. If you don't get carried away.

You think being a star is just being a floaty energy ball in space? Not really. Your consciousness is kaleidescopic and also not limited by bodily constraint. What you see when you look at the stars of planets is an imperfect rendition of human perceptual limitations. That doesnt mean you cant see it. You just have to use the erm

Alien crown
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fuckyeah5
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Well
Glp here is some
Blackvoid tavern

Once upon a time, a race of fae was born in a glade called the eldaar. The fae harvested sap from the strange and luminous plants that grew in this glade. The sap brought them strange visions of worlds yet to be formed in places far from home and times long past or many eons to come.

The queen of the fae was named Rhea the Green Jade and her palace was esconced in the wooded halls of the pole oak which stretched high into the heavens up towards the stars. It was there that she tended to budding fruit with seeds so sweet it could turn your teeth to sugary glaze.

Rhea's daughters mingled among the treefolk and the magicked woods. From the slyphs of the forest, they began to learn the arts of sculpture and craft. Weaving and whittling out of what was dead and dried in their precious glade, they carved out signs and sigils that would one day become the runes of the anglo.

They wove the story of symbols into the lower chambers of the pole oak, and those symbols laid dormant once the fae were gone. None knew the story of their disappearance from the vale. Only the traces of their palace remained to speak for them, and the whispers immortalized by the canopy of leaves and treetops in the winds, who would murmer stories of the fae, and the luminous lands they'd tended.

When the moon joined hands with the sun, the strange runes on the pole oak began to shimmer and glow. They beget a strange magick to the land, and geometry seemed to spire outward from all the things that grew in the hallowed sanctuary. Unfurling like a blossom, the first druid was born under the roots of the ruins of eldaar, and inscriped upon his forehead was a shining sapphire, the condensed ancestry of a long forgotten tribe...the speakers of eldaar, who knew the flower tongue....
 Quoting: otherplace

 Quoting: Kayluz rka


Love that. I was raised believing in the Fae. Of course my name is rather Elfin as well, deriving from Oberon. Can you imagine my surprise when I chose my first mmorpg online which was Everquest II, the whole Eldaar story come to life.

Now I ask, are you familiar with the Tuatha De Dannan at all? I recently read somewhere about a wind phenomena associated with them.
Easing the Burden of the Mystery ...

“Men argue. Nature acts.” ~Voltaire
~Stella Maris~*~Nurture Nature~
Just a Taste of Some of My Art:
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I am not out to compete, I hope we all make it.
Thread: Wild Horse Shenanigans - Management Into Extinction - UPDATED
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Well
Glp here is some
Blackvoid tavern

Once upon a time, a race of fae was born in a glade called the eldaar. The fae harvested sap from the strange and luminous plants that grew in this glade. The sap brought them strange visions of worlds yet to be formed in places far from home and times long past or many eons to come.

The queen of the fae was named Rhea the Green Jade and her palace was esconced in the wooded halls of the pole oak which stretched high into the heavens up towards the stars. It was there that she tended to budding fruit with seeds so sweet it could turn your teeth to sugary glaze.

Rhea's daughters mingled among the treefolk and the magicked woods. From the slyphs of the forest, they began to learn the arts of sculpture and craft. Weaving and whittling out of what was dead and dried in their precious glade, they carved out signs and sigils that would one day become the runes of the anglo.

They wove the story of symbols into the lower chambers of the pole oak, and those symbols laid dormant once the fae were gone. None knew the story of their disappearance from the vale. Only the traces of their palace remained to speak for them, and the whispers immortalized by the canopy of leaves and treetops in the winds, who would murmer stories of the fae, and the luminous lands they'd tended.

When the moon joined hands with the sun, the strange runes on the pole oak began to shimmer and glow. They beget a strange magick to the land, and geometry seemed to spire outward from all the things that grew in the hallowed sanctuary. Unfurling like a blossom, the first druid was born under the roots of the ruins of eldaar, and inscriped upon his forehead was a shining sapphire, the condensed ancestry of a long forgotten tribe...the speakers of eldaar, who knew the flower tongue....
 Quoting: otherplace

 Quoting: Kayluz rka


Love that. I was raised believing in the Fae. Of course my name is rather Elfin as well, deriving from Oberon. Can you imagine my surprise when I chose my first mmorpg online which was Everquest II, the whole Eldaar story come to life.

Now I ask, are you familiar with the Tuatha De Dannan at all? I recently read somewhere about a wind phenomena associated with them.
 Quoting: ~Lumminessa~


I am not familiar - have heard the term but that is the extent of it - it sounds pertinent. Would you care to tell me more? :)





GLP