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Fantasy beliefs get many people into trouble when the act on those beliefs lol
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Indeed.

In. Deed.
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Imaginal philosophy is when you do it to yourself, there is no savior.
Awkward for believers.
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In. Deed.
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Chaos catchphrase slave language.
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What motivates you to be here today that satisfies your actions of acting out passive aggressively all over glp to posters that don’t deserve your foul mouth/typing towards them?
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I already know the answer. I don’t think you do though and did not expect a real reply. Lol
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You should think about it though.
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The Great Cross of Hendaye (French: Croix d'Hendaye) is a stone cross located on the town square of Hendaye, in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques, in southwestern France.

Devotees of Nostradamus, the Bible Code, and especially the 2012 phenomenon, believed that a great comet would pass by, or crash into the earth in the year 2012, and interpreted the Cross of Hendaye as another reminder that 2012 would be the end.

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Aya functions primarily as a goddess of light and as the wife of the sun god Šamaš. Aya's role as Šamaš's wife is exemplified by her presentation in the Standard Babylonian version of the Epic of Gilgameš, where Aya is called "the great bride" (Tablet III, obv. iii 6). In the third tablet of the epic, the hero Gilgameš plans to venture into the Cedar forest and kill Humbaba, its monstrous guardian. Gilgameš's mother Ninsumun blames the sun god Šamaš for her son's desire to go adventuring. She climbs onto the temple roof and asks if Aya will implore her husband Šamaš to protect Gilgameš on his mission, especially at night when the sun god cannot not watch over him. (George 2003: 459-460; (SpTU 4, 124).

In Old Babylonian administrative documents from the vicinity of the city of Sippar, Aya appears also to share her husband Šamaš's role in overseeing justice. Šamaš and Aya are the two deities "witnessing" transactions such as field or house rentals and temple loans (Leichty et al. 1988, e.g., 152, 243).

In the Sumerian literary composition Nanna-Suen's journey to Nibru (ETCSL 1.5.1), Šerida is associated with her cult city of Larsa. She is one of several goddesses who tempt Nanna-Suen (Sin) during his boat journey to Enlil's temple in Nibru. As Nanna-Suen sails past Larsa, Šerida tries to persuade him to deposit the boat's precious cargo there, but he rebuffs her and continues on his way.

Divine genealogy and syncretisms
Aya is the wife of the sun god Šamaš (Utu). In Ugarit, Aya was equated with a deity who shared the same name as her (Galter, 1999). A late recension of the god list An-Anum, Tablet III, from Achaemenid Uruk (c.550-331 BCE) syncretises several other goddesses with Aya (Ninkar, Sudag, Sudgan, Ninmulguna, Munusulšutag) (SpTU 1, 126+).

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Aya was worshipped with the sun god Šamaš at his two principal temples in the cities of Sippar and Larsa, which were both called E-babbar "white house").



So this just came up.


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The legend of the Tarasque is reported in several sources, but especially in the story of St. Martha in the Golden Legend.[2] The creature inhabited the area of Nerluc in Provence, France, and devastated the landscape far and wide. The Tarasque was a sort of dragon with a lion's head, six short legs like a bear's, an ox-like body covered with a turtle shell, and a scaly tail that ended in a scorpion's sting.[3] Other legends report it as living on the modern site of the Chateau Tarascon; i.e. on a rock in the midst of the Rhône. According to the Golden Legend "There was, at that time, on the banks of the Rhône, in a marsh between Arles and Avignon, a dragon, half animal, half fish, thicker than an ox, longer than an horse, with teeth like swords and big as horns, he hid in the river where he took the life of all passers-by and submerged vessels."[4]


The king of Nerluc had attacked the Tarasque with knights and catapults to no avail. But Saint Martha found the beast and charmed it with hymns and prayers, and led back the tamed Tarasque to the city. The people, terrified by the monster, attacked it when it drew nigh. The monster offered no resistance and died there. Martha then preached to the people and converted many of them to Christianity. Sorry for what they had done to the tamed monster, the newly Christianized townspeople changed the town's name to Tarascon.

The story of the Tarasque is also very similar to the story of Beauty and the Beast and King Kong. The monster is charmed and weakened by a woman and then killed when brought back to civilization. A similar idea is found in the myths of Enkidu and the unicorn: both are calmed by sending them a woman. The description and legend of this creature is curiously similar to other dragons of French folklore such as Gargouille and Peluda.

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His face is that of a lion. "When he looks at someone, it is the look of death."[2] "Humbaba's roar is a flood, his mouth is death and his breath is fire! He can hear a hundred leagues away any [rustling?] in his forest! Who would go down into his forest!"[3] In various examples, his face is scribed in a single coiling line like that of the coiled entrails of men and beasts, from which omens might be read.

In this version of the story, Humbaba is beloved of the gods and a kind of king in the palace of the forest. Monkeys are his heralds, birds his courtiers, and his entire throne room breathes with the aroma of cedar resin. The tablet goes on to portray Gilgamesh as an aggressor who destroys a forest unnecessarily, and Humbaba's death is lamented by Enkidu.


Enkidu the wild man lol
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Lol
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Huh. Yuchi say they came from the sun. Children of the sun
Empire of the sun is very old story not about sol, the sun today.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


...


ohyeah
Women know how to move stones to this day.
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This is related
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2019 Cali fires
253,214 acres lost

2019 Amazon (4 countries)
2.4 million acres lost

2019 New South Wales fires
9.9 million acres lost

Australia fires
12.35 million acres lost

Updated for almanac forecasting


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What earth is doing is spirit related, it seems. She knows how not to get sick or age or die within suns influence.
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Some stories around the earth was that the lesser custodians claimed power of status compared to the sun almighty.
Among the rebels was zephyr god of west wind deflecting Apollo’s discus killing his lover.
Ninurta of thunderstorms
Indra
Enlil
Zeus and Jupiter
Perkons of Latvians
Taranis of celts
Thor and donner
Perkunis
Orko
Ukko
Teshub and hadad
And so on

The shrewd sun curtailed his subordinates by making alliances with powerful kings of man for mutual benefit it is said.

The Me topic

So pharaoh image of Re
Greek descendants of Helios or Apollo
Sol invictus
Utu
Shamash
Mithra
Surya-vansha
And on


In Egypt the throne was like the sun became the creator of the pharaohs themselves. Isis is the Greek form of ancient Egyptian hieroglyph meaning throne and the sun goddess was mother of the king. Weapons were forged and everything regal was made or collected and associated with the sun. Thrones became the altars of prophets.

In the theology, there seemed to be reoccurring themes of the struggle of the fiery element freeing itself from chaos. Much symbolized by solar energy like herkle defeating the water ox or the lion overpowering a deer without horns in spring or mithra killing the bull.

People of the sun stems from the older sun called empire of the sun. Even Aztec rulers identified with huitzilopochtli. Mayan kings Ahua and Incan Inti.
Sub Saharan Africa to Moro Naba.
Some regarded the sun as female like Xihe and was consort to powerful rulers.

Commoners associated the sun with everyday objects like the conical crowns wore in Asia and other parts of the world.
Greeks had similar, the petasos for Hermes. Textiles and such arose inlaidwith sun attributes.

The dragon became protector of the sun and it’s people in China.
The responsibility of the duties of rulers was preventing the sun from deviation of its path especially in seasonal cycle like the solstice.
The connection between sun and fertility like agriculture resulted in calendars for aids of prediction.
-Singh info consolidated
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Before the moon and before sin
The survivors of the Empire of the Sun lost their memory to the guardians that eternals hiddenfrom the immortals. Some say all because of a prophecy that was interpreted wrong led to the cataclysmic event. Not the flood way before.
Noting update
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That’s why eternals guard the memory of before the empire of the sun. Immortals do not like this. But is for everyone’s best interest.
 Quoting: Coming Into Existence


I’m sure it will most likely stay that way until out of electric universe lol
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Because of the makeup of the physical and ethereal mind bodies within energy environment, electricity is feed and fuel and basis of kundalini.
Inertia means inaction or state of rest. It is the dead snake. Within the Gehenna is the signature memory where moments and feelings changed to beginning that has no ending. So above becomes the flood within the creations memory.

The barriers within kundalini is by understanding electromagnetic energy because it is the guardian of ‘light’ life. As there is difference between energies and power. Many reverse and neutralize interference binding to create a barrier infusing their god power within the authorities of the governing bodies. That is where problems arise in trying to awaken the mother of creation out of her rest. The problem is Gaia is within a judgement state because of what happened long before the empire of the sun, and many utilize creations power to create and recreate to be judged henceforth because they have no power here. Yet they think it’s their own.
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That’s an awkward fit if I ever saw one. Lol
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Fuck.


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Like all beautifully wrapped boxes of shit.
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But the dove found no rest for the sole of her foot,
and she returned unto him into the ark,
for the waters were on the face of the whole earth:
then he put forth his hand,
and took her,
and pulled her in unto him into the ark.
 Quoting: Marco Israel


Utu came up from a dream last night and found this


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Sumerian king list recension as the last king of Sumer prior to the Great Flood. He is subsequently recorded as the hero of the Sumerian creation myth and appears in the writings of Berossus as Xisuthros.[citation needed]

Ziusudra is one of several mythic characters who are protagonists of Near Eastern flood myths, including Atrahasis, Utnapishtim and the biblical Noah. Although each story displays its own distinctive features, many key story elements are common to two, three, or all four versions.


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In the Sumerian flood myth, Utu emerges after the flood waters begin to subside,[19][20] causing Ziusudra, the hero of the story, to throw open a window on his boat and fall down prostrate before him.

Dumuzid was there as well and at one point was likened to a monkey in his actions which did not seem normal. Lol
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Enforcers of divine judgement goes back very old before mankind when it was just eternals and their immortal creations.
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Theme song vectors lol
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Enforcers of divine judgement goes back very old before mankind when it was just eternals and their immortal creations.
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Interestingly, the enforcers were enclosed in a small location so that there was no influence or anyone to observe or know what they do or say. Coming and going as they please.
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The standard stone color is gray/grey.

Creation stories are stone builders delight. Lol
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Fuck.


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Like all beautifully wrapped boxes of shit.
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Gamers gonna game. Lol
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Yes lol
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Debbie knows lol

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Red eyed reflectosis is a sickness.

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Lol
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Out of the eater came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness.
Behold, I send an Angel before thee, to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee into the place which I have prepared.
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Maybach lol
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Out of the eater came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness.
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Not sure who this is for, lol

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Behold, I send an Angel before thee, to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee into the place which I have prepared.
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Not sure who this is for, lol

[link to youtu.be (secure)]

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Lol
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In chemical pneumonia, inflammation of lung tissue is from poisons or toxins.

Chemical Inhalation. You have been exposed to chemical fumes. This may cause symptoms of cough, shortness of breath, eye, nose, and throat irritation, and upper chest pain. It may also cause nausea, headache and dizziness.

Nitrous oxide/dioxide that is inhaled over a long period of time can lead to a vitamin B12 deficiency. When the level of vitamin B12 in the body is reduced, the red blood cell count is lowered, anemia results, and nerves degenerate. A vitamin B12 deficiency causes a person to; have painful sensations in the arms or legs; have an unsteady walk or gait; become unbalanced and tend to fall over; feel or appear to be irritable; suffer intellectual deterioration.

Chronic exposure to relatively low levels of chlorine gas may cause pulmonary problems like acute wheezing attacks, chronic cough with phlegm, and asthma
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You recognized my face,

you know things
that you couldn't know.

You speak a language
that she made up as a child.
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go on
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Ai topic lol
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Marco has the cutest memes lol
The young are slaves to dreams;
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Only the middle-aged have
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Aya functions primarily as a goddess of light and as the wife of the sun god Šamaš. Aya's role as Šamaš's wife is exemplified by her presentation in the Standard Babylonian version of the Epic of Gilgameš, where Aya is called "the great bride" (Tablet III, obv. iii 6). In the third tablet of the epic, the hero Gilgameš plans to venture into the Cedar forest and kill Humbaba, its monstrous guardian. Gilgameš's mother Ninsumun blames the sun god Šamaš for her son's desire to go adventuring. She climbs onto the temple roof and asks if Aya will implore her husband Šamaš to protect Gilgameš on his mission, especially at night when the sun god cannot not watch over him. (George 2003: 459-460; (SpTU 4, 124).

In Old Babylonian administrative documents from the vicinity of the city of Sippar, Aya appears also to share her husband Šamaš's role in overseeing justice. Šamaš and Aya are the two deities "witnessing" transactions such as field or house rentals and temple loans (Leichty et al. 1988, e.g., 152, 243).

In the Sumerian literary composition Nanna-Suen's journey to Nibru (ETCSL 1.5.1), Šerida is associated with her cult city of Larsa. She is one of several goddesses who tempt Nanna-Suen (Sin) during his boat journey to Enlil's temple in Nibru. As Nanna-Suen sails past Larsa, Šerida tries to persuade him to deposit the boat's precious cargo there, but he rebuffs her and continues on his way.

Divine genealogy and syncretisms
Aya is the wife of the sun god Šamaš (Utu). In Ugarit, Aya was equated with a deity who shared the same name as her (Galter, 1999). A late recension of the god list An-Anum, Tablet III, from Achaemenid Uruk (c.550-331 BCE) syncretises several other goddesses with Aya (Ninkar, Sudag, Sudgan, Ninmulguna, Munusulšutag) (SpTU 1, 126+).

Cult place(s)
Aya was worshipped with the sun god Šamaš at his two principal temples in the cities of Sippar and Larsa, which were both called E-babbar "white house").



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The legend of the Tarasque is reported in several sources, but especially in the story of St. Martha in the Golden Legend.[2] The creature inhabited the area of Nerluc in Provence, France, and devastated the landscape far and wide. The Tarasque was a sort of dragon with a lion's head, six short legs like a bear's, an ox-like body covered with a turtle shell, and a scaly tail that ended in a scorpion's sting.[3] Other legends report it as living on the modern site of the Chateau Tarascon; i.e. on a rock in the midst of the Rhône. According to the Golden Legend "There was, at that time, on the banks of the Rhône, in a marsh between Arles and Avignon, a dragon, half animal, half fish, thicker than an ox, longer than an horse, with teeth like swords and big as horns, he hid in the river where he took the life of all passers-by and submerged vessels."[4]


The king of Nerluc had attacked the Tarasque with knights and catapults to no avail. But Saint Martha found the beast and charmed it with hymns and prayers, and led back the tamed Tarasque to the city. The people, terrified by the monster, attacked it when it drew nigh. The monster offered no resistance and died there. Martha then preached to the people and converted many of them to Christianity. Sorry for what they had done to the tamed monster, the newly Christianized townspeople changed the town's name to Tarascon.

The story of the Tarasque is also very similar to the story of Beauty and the Beast and King Kong. The monster is charmed and weakened by a woman and then killed when brought back to civilization. A similar idea is found in the myths of Enkidu and the unicorn: both are calmed by sending them a woman. The description and legend of this creature is curiously similar to other dragons of French folklore such as Gargouille and Peluda.

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His face is that of a lion. "When he looks at someone, it is the look of death."[2] "Humbaba's roar is a flood, his mouth is death and his breath is fire! He can hear a hundred leagues away any [rustling?] in his forest! Who would go down into his forest!"[3] In various examples, his face is scribed in a single coiling line like that of the coiled entrails of men and beasts, from which omens might be read.

In this version of the story, Humbaba is beloved of the gods and a kind of king in the palace of the forest. Monkeys are his heralds, birds his courtiers, and his entire throne room breathes with the aroma of cedar resin. The tablet goes on to portray Gilgamesh as an aggressor who destroys a forest unnecessarily, and Humbaba's death is lamented by Enkidu.


Enkidu the wild man lol
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Lol
 Quoting: Coming Into Existence


Watched clash of the titans last night.
The young are slaves to dreams;
the old servants of regrets.
Only the middle-aged have
all their five senses
in the keeping of their wits.
T Roosevelt
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crackhedz
The young are slaves to dreams;
the old servants of regrets.
Only the middle-aged have
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in the keeping of their wits.
T Roosevelt





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