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Red ochre and grease like stinky bear fat was used similar time across the earth for burial and living paints as Middle East era were smashing red pots. Hmmm


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Platos cave is allegory for quantum explanation in science today bringing the Zoroaster manifest reality into existence through self as god which is gaming analogy taught to today’s generation.
Field day of space time travel is funny
Yet is the very core of revelation which haunts a good portion of societies through their manifesting heaven from their hell states on earth.

Tree stump banded is field of ochre
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Not the same as fishbowl to cave laughing out loud
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As the Russians say
Prochnost
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Hamid Sardar Afkhami, a photographer who has toured Nepal and Tibet photographing, planned to visit Mongolia and capture the nomadic tribes who live on reindeers. He is a scholar of both Tibetan and Mongolian languages and has been awarded a Ph.D. from Harvard University. He went on to capture the lifestyle of Dukhas, the last generation of Mongolian nomads who are also herders of reindeers. Dukhas trace their roots back to Turks and are entirely dependent on reindeers. Apart from the milk and cheese provided by reindeers, they are dependent on it also for transport and hunting.


[link to www.beautyofplanet.com]

The Dukha believe they have a spiritual connection with all animals.

The connection allows them to feel at home in nature and to maintain their culture despite the growing influence of the outside world.
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Rujm el-Hiri Gilgal Refā'īm or Rogem Hiri) is an ancient megalithic monument consisting of concentric circles of stone with a tumulus at center.[1] It is located in the Israeli-occupied portion of the Golan Heights, some 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) east of the coast of the Sea of Galilee, in the middle of a large plateau covered with hundreds of dolmens.


Circle of stones has differing names variants of wheel of spirits
Archeologists day it’s pre-flood alignment. The hundreds of dolmens have been nicknamed portal tombs in the area linked to the giants.

Mount Hermon was said the place the nephilim were first procreated from fallen angels.

Dolmens were considered by some to be shelter from incoming celestial debris.

Primeval hill is the first place to emerge from infinite water in Egyptian telling. “Before two things”; creation itself was viewed in part as the development of multiplicity out of original oneness with eternity preceding in the time before two things. The cosmic waters was considered as a god and was prior to creation.
Primeval hills was potent throughout history and the people evoked it by creating mounds of earth or sand even into burial mounds. Becoming Ta-tenen the ‘Rising Land’. Into lotus stories....

The rise of differing types of man arose in the area; giants, nephilim, demigods, travelers, etc and where portals arose.
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I see, these places of power align with celestial and if not perfectly aligned they deflect because of the shape made, no corners circular. If perfectly aligned it is like shivas arrow in the Tripura. Like hitting a tennis ball with an arrow cool2
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For a variable acceleration which can be expressed as a polynomial in time, the position and velocity can be calculated provided their initial values are known.

Note that even in this one-dimensional case for non-constant acceleration, the average velocity is not equal to the average of the initial and final velocities. The average velocity must be calculated from:


The average velocity expression from the constant acceleration equations works only for constant acceleration where the graph of velocity as a function of time is a straight line, the average being the midpoint of that line over the chosen time interval. If you make c and d in the above expressions equal to zero, dropping back to constant acceleration motion, then the two expressions for average acceleration will give the same answer.

If a time dependent acceleration can be expressed as a polynomial in time, then the velocity and position can be obtained, provided the appropriate initial conditions are known. Allowing the acceleration to have terms up to the second power of time leads to the following motion equations for one dimensional motion.
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For a variable acceleration which can be expressed as a polynomial in time, the position and velocity can be calculated provided their initial values are known.

Note that even in this one-dimensional case for non-constant acceleration, the average velocity is not equal to the average of the initial and final velocities. The average velocity must be calculated from:


The average velocity expression from the constant acceleration equations works only for constant acceleration where the graph of velocity as a function of time is a straight line, the average being the midpoint of that line over the chosen time interval. If you make c and d in the above expressions equal to zero, dropping back to constant acceleration motion, then the two expressions for average acceleration will give the same answer.

If a time dependent acceleration can be expressed as a polynomial in time, then the velocity and position can be obtained, provided the appropriate initial conditions are known. Allowing the acceleration to have terms up to the second power of time leads to the following motion equations for one dimensional motion.

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Practice becomes second nature = variable acceleration
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Genesis 2:18, KJV: "And the LORD God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him."


Ezer is Hebrew for help
Strength, rescuing, saving, defending
Always used in military context except towards Eve and over two dozen times refers to God as divine helper and protector of Israel.
Basically to quell Adam from being alone, a savior not a servant and definitely not subservient.

-noticed tons of links on this subject
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Space topic



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What is Poison?
He replied with a beautiful answer – Anything which is more than our necessity is Poison. It may be Power, Wealth, Hunger, Ego, Greed, Laziness, Love, Ambition, Hate or anything

What is fear…..?
Non-acceptance of uncertainty.
If we accept that uncertainty, it becomes adventure…!

What is envy?
Non-acceptance of good in others. If we accept that good, it becomes inspiration…!

What is Anger?
Non-acceptance of things which are beyond our control.
If we accept, it becomes tolerance…!

What is hatred?
Non-acceptance of a person as he is. If we accept person unconditionally, it becomes love…!
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What is Poison?
He replied with a beautiful answer – Anything which is more than our necessity is Poison. It may be Power, Wealth, Hunger, Ego, Greed, Laziness, Love, Ambition, Hate or anything

What is fear…..?
Non-acceptance of uncertainty.
If we accept that uncertainty, it becomes adventure…!

What is envy?
Non-acceptance of good in others. If we accept that good, it becomes inspiration…!

What is Anger?
Non-acceptance of things which are beyond our control.
If we accept, it becomes tolerance…!

What is hatred?
Non-acceptance of a person as he is. If we accept person unconditionally, it becomes love…!

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The measure of any of that is called standards.
When variable acceleration, a type of velocity, is quicker than calculations then the gospel of Mary becomes certifiable.
Empathy starts with self
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[link to beyondtheopposites.com]

What is Poison?
He replied with a beautiful answer – Anything which is more than our necessity is Poison. It may be Power, Wealth, Hunger, Ego, Greed, Laziness, Love, Ambition, Hate or anything

What is fear…..?
Non-acceptance of uncertainty.
If we accept that uncertainty, it becomes adventure…!

What is envy?
Non-acceptance of good in others. If we accept that good, it becomes inspiration…!

What is Anger?
Non-acceptance of things which are beyond our control.
If we accept, it becomes tolerance…!

What is hatred?
Non-acceptance of a person as he is. If we accept person unconditionally, it becomes love…!

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The measure of any of that is called standards.
When variable acceleration, a type of velocity, is quicker than calculations then the gospel of Mary becomes certifiable.
Empathy starts with self
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Arguably one of the most satisfying things about a fairy tale like The NeverEnding Story is how far into destruction we travel before the world is restored to rights. The Nothing destroys all but one grain of Fantasian sand before Bastian heals the Childlike Empress with her new name. Yes, the forces of darkness were defeated, but there is still work to do to properly restore all that's been damaged. When the Childlike Empress grants Bastian all the wishes he needs to recreate Fantasia, it's a victory against hopelessness. Bastian has a huge job ahead of him now that he's no longer just an armchair hero and witness to Fantasia and its stories. When we see Fantasia rebuilt in a new form of glory it reminds us that maintaining hope in even the bleakest of circumstances is a life-affirming act — and one we should strive to cultivate as Bastian does. 

"Never give up hope and good luck will find you," Falkor tells Atreyu after taking him to the Southern Oracle. This sweet luck dragon is easily one of the most beloved characters in The NeverEnding Story. Between his hearty chuckle and his sly wink, Falkor is a reminder that we must always fight against the kind of hopelessness embodied by the Nothing. While many times luck is actually a product of good circumstances, timing, and privilege, the luck symbolized by Falkor is about the faith that goodness — and good people — will ultimately prevail.


Micro quantum beliefs
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“A small single action can naturally amplify to a large one even if you are unaware of it.....

“ You are part of this conduit of information of the vacuum that goes from infinitely big to infinitely small through you and as it passes through you it picks up your specific interpretation of the universe and feeds it to the infinity of all things so that your participation is counted do you start to get a sense of your responsibility”-
Nassim Haramein

Maybe he should go observe the feet of the ants more
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A teacher is never a giver of truth he is a guide appointed to the truth that each student must find for himself-Bruce Lee

Bruce knows the coyote way
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The movement of the snake is like the movement of ink on paper
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Harmony in the world of nature

“Most people look, but don’t see, fewer still behold”-Tom Brown jr


Wide angle vision is the doorway to invisibility, it has to do with how animals don’t like to be looked at in tunnel vision.
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The movement of the snake is like the movement of ink on paper
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Egyptians divine right was always at war with nature. Depictions of actions was as effective as actually performing the action and was the rise of ritual in reliefs.
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Harmony in the world of nature

“Most people look, but don’t see, fewer still behold”-Tom Brown jr


Wide angle vision is the doorway to invisibility, it has to do with how animals don’t like to be looked at in tunnel vision.
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Divine kingship information

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The nine bows is a term used in Ancient Egypt to represent the traditional enemies of Egypt. The peoples covered by this term changed over time, as enemies changed, and there is no true list of the nine bows.[1] When illustrated the nine bows are usually shown as dressed differently from each other, as they each personify a specific enemy relevant to the time period.

What Wikipedia does not say is the king is also portrayed on his walking sticks foot stools and other soles of his sandals enabling the king to perform a ritual crushing of his enemies by simple every day acts-Silverman

That sounds awfully familiar to the devil and two sticks goes straight back to Mary Magdalene.
Funny thing is the smuggler cross the border people tied carpets to their shoes to cover their tracks into America. And when moonshine was illegal people made cow shoes to cover their tracks to look like cows.
Hope tracks are not hel shoes hahaha
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Harmony in the world of nature

“Most people look, but don’t see, fewer still behold”-Tom Brown jr


Wide angle vision is the doorway to invisibility, it has to do with how animals don’t like to be looked at in tunnel vision.
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Maybe Nassim will have his aha moment with the vacuum/deadspace
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Aquifer system of twice a day is not only the water system. Volcanism says as lava seeps onto earths surface into cavities called lava pools through observations, they know that lava also has high and low tides at the exact the same time as oceans get their high and low tides. Dormant underground lava tubes are structural for good reason.
Nitty gritty of underground megaliths
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Sink holes

When a lake goes dry what do they notice?
A drain hole
It is where water comes and and goes down through.

Learned that at mammoth cave and the sinkhole plain information. Water can flow vertically with natural plumbing. Echo springs concentric rings feeds into the rivers.

Ancients say of magnetic mount meru that water went in the opposite direction into high and low. Sound like microbe movement huh. The swastika technology is similar to black cube technology.
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Sink holes

When a lake goes dry what do they notice?
A drain hole
It is where water comes up and goes down through.

Learned that at mammoth cave and the sinkhole plain information. Water can flow vertically with natural plumbing. Echo springs concentric rings feeds into the rivers.

Ancients say of magnetic mount meru that water went in the opposite direction into high and low. Sound like microbe movement huh. The swastika technology is similar to black cube technology.
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Kundalini earth style
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Lava quickly cools turns into glass.

Meteor craters are really dried out water geysers? What? Floods from below and above work within that Sumerian structure theory of blue glass. Hahahahaha





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