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Long after the assimilation of the Etruscans, Seneca the Younger said[1] that the difference between the Romans and the Etruscans was that

Whereas we believe lightning to be released as a result of the collision of clouds, they believe that the clouds collide so as to release lightning: for as they attribute all to deity, they are led to believe not that things have a meaning insofar as they occur, but rather that they occur because they must have a meaning.
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Reformed Egyptian language noting
Interestingly, Smith was clever with the number 11 and vision experience.
Was that angel related as he did exactly as the angel told him?
Finding out lol
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It’s interesting because it is no different today than it was then within the dreaming realm and it’s differing frequencies.
The Greeks had a system of the gates of horn and ivory lol
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Rare mounds of a crystalline mineral have emerged above the surface of Utah's Great Salt Lake, where they're expected to remain just a few months before disappearing again.

Scientists think these mounds may be similar to mineral structures on Mars that could preserve traces of microbes that may have lived in the planet’s saltwater lakes billions of years ago.

Thompson noticed that the mounds grew as the winter deepened, and she called in members of the Utah Geological Survey to investigate.



After taking samples for chemical tests, the state geologists determined that the mounds are layered formations of a mineral known as mirabilite, a crystalline sodium sulfate. The scientists think the mounds will remain only as long as the weather stays below freezing; in the spring, the mirabilite will dissolve in the warmer waters, and the mounds will disappear.




Interesting feedback since smith was heavily influenced and overwhelmed by the mound builder culture.
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So in the 2nd episode of The Witcher there is a class for young witches to learn magic. Or whatever, lol here's the recap. Hope not to spoil it for you.

Yennefer's story is basically a lost installment of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. She is taken in by Tissaia de Vries (MyAnna Buring), a powerful sorceress who runs a Witch Academy at Aretuza. It's here where Yennefer and other young girls are taught how to harness their powers in a series of tests, including levitation, telepathy, and even catching lightning in a bottle. "Magic is organizing chaos," Tissaia explains. But Yennefer struggles to keep up with her classmates and lashes out in ways that are harmful to both herself and others. At one point, she attempts to kill herself by cutting her wrists. "Your job is to control chaos, not become it," Tissaia tells the self-destructive farm girl. It's through Istredd, though, we learn about the continent's past, specifically, the history of elves. The big talking point running through the episode is to do with the elven people: who they are, what they did, and where they are now. According to Istredd, the elves were the original sorcerers, before humans and monsters ever roamed the continent. It was the elven mages that taught the first humans how to turn chaos into magic. In return, the humans slaughtered the elves, so that they could pretend the power always belonged to them.
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So in the 2nd episode of The Witcher there is a class for young witches to learn magic. Or whatever, lol here's the recap. Hope not to spoil it for you.

Yennefer's story is basically a lost installment of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. She is taken in by Tissaia de Vries (MyAnna Buring), a powerful sorceress who runs a Witch Academy at Aretuza. It's here where Yennefer and other young girls are taught how to harness their powers in a series of tests, including levitation, telepathy, and even catching lightning in a bottle. "Magic is organizing chaos," Tissaia explains. But Yennefer struggles to keep up with her classmates and lashes out in ways that are harmful to both herself and others. At one point, she attempts to kill herself by cutting her wrists. "Your job is to control chaos, not become it," Tissaia tells the self-destructive farm girl. It's through Istredd, though, we learn about the continent's past, specifically, the history of elves. The big talking point running through the episode is to do with the elven people: who they are, what they did, and where they are now. According to Istredd, the elves were the original sorcerers, before humans and monsters ever roamed the continent. It was the elven mages that taught the first humans how to turn chaos into magic. In return, the humans slaughtered the elves, so that they could pretend the power always belonged to them.
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That’s very similar carnival row and how the humans took the elves power for their own and slaughtered them to stay in power.
Magical Bloodlines topic lol

I don’t mind spoilers. I get it right usually so I’m hardly surprised.

It’s said Abraham sat under an oak tree. Buddha his tree. One of trees powers is memory. A tree holds memory including human and has the ability to show you, you, through them. A tree is never just a tree. Many come to cut off the branches which will grow more in its place to alter destinies.

Thinking, many religions and paganism of the past prompted its considered wisdom holy helpers to say that the holy are holy because they are blessed by whatever god they are under. So the followers are to believe that not question their powers because they are blessed by god. Etc because of the structure ran prompts the continuation of mad men in power.

Then take societies where spirituality is for everyone, they know discernment and what is wisdom and what is under ignorance. Ignorance can be guised as blessings. And everyone can tell what is healthy shaman from diseased shaman.

Wherein above religious, the unhealthy holy are looked upon as healthy.
How demonic arose about. What’s funny is, hereditary people have things that come with them and others that are very religious say, how do they have those powers they are not holy. Lol

Interestingly, could of been 2011 I had a dream on this very topic especially the taking of energy. I burned everything within the dream to find an entity cloaked with no face. They wouldn’t say anything and I kicked it out and a stream of energy went with it so I took that stream back. They did make grunting noises. I thought it was a person at first and found who I thought it was. This guy was real. Because of it they came later invading into a dream I had to disarm. I learned not to snatch people up after that lol
It is what comes with them.
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In carnival row they enslaved the elves and placed themselves above them. So they were seen as lower beings.
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Trees help people, if strong connection, with their troubles.



Troubles are powers not understood. That’s when they become chaos.

One of the troubles of modern man is the pain of taking a life as for survival man takes from all that nature created.

The disjointed dream can be shown through lord of the good trees approach.
Showing the trees that had been cut by man and angel, becoming a nightmare with plants, animals beginning to scream with man’s approach. Blind panic from animals, plants bending away. Man feels as though he is the disease infecting nature with every step. A mistake. Dangerous. Chaos.

The vivid shift of destruction man caused was wanton destruction. Greater than even man could imagine on nature itself. Forests burned away. Whole continents. The plowing of fields to make way for crops and people. Their trash and waste scattered. Waters turning toxic. Animals killed only for their skins. No reverence for the land only seemingly to care about what they could take from it and never considering what they might give back. Man could feel creations suffering and how it did not matter to these people that did not follow the laws of creation in whatever they took. What mattered to them was only the present. Animals could escape the ravages of man but plants were helpless.

A tree trembling with fear locked deep into earth shows man its fear, its cries from man itself that cannot hear and the one that can pulling the inaudible to trees thoughts of one by one and they keep coming into endless stream of purposeful destruction. That’s when man becomes helpless against man.
As the force leaves the tree, the cries, pain of its torture slipped away into death.
Awakened this nightmare was not reality. Man awakens with powerful emotions the tree was not destroyed realizing the urge to protect and become guardian over creation.
Yet to keep anyone from harming a tree is different from all creation as man cannot separate himself from wanton destruction and other men’s inflictions upon earth.
It was like a disease consuming the host body until it died.
The dream becomes a reflection of the inner struggle of taking things from nature to live just as others take what they needed.

This is where self doubt is killer. The trees vulnerability and inability to avoid dangers that came from man, storms, or fires, etc was because of immobility. Man actually becomes the portal or doorway to the trees. They come with same questions and revived the same answers from them.


When one goes up the mountain in native teachings, they see the two sides for what they are. Where one is healthy compare to diseased. That shows man’s true purpose on earth.
Man is a tool of creator and creation helping nature do what would otherwise take many years. Man belongs to the earth and earth belongs to man. When forest first gives to man, man in return helped it grow stronger. It is through man that nature can grow strong and healthy.
Winds and storms trim trees. Animals eat plants and other animals. Plants feed on sunshine, soils, waters of the earth. The balance and harmony with man and nature is the perfection of man’s purpose. The effort to create a thriving environment.
A diseased shaman is wanton destruction only thinking of immediate survival with greed to consume acts like sickness on the natural world. Disregarding leaves no legacy for the future. Common sense there.
It is how each thing fits together. Foundation topic.
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It is said close proximity demonic powers are pretty persuasive lol
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Hear me, insect.
This is the master of death calling to you.
Rise.
MAN: Uh Ted? Got a sec? You know, it's crazy hat day, and you're not wearing a crazy hat.
How could I make such a mistake? Look.
(CLEARS THROAT) I don't think of myself as your boss.
I think of myself as your friend.
And bottom line is I need my friends to be on time, participate in spirit days and, most of all, sing when someone puts money in the jar.
Think you can do that? Sure.
Gary.
(CLICKS TONGUE) (HITS COUNTER) Don't let him get to you, man.
No one gets to me.
I just get so mad, you know? One time he pissed me off, I toasted his phone with the waffle cones.
That was you? That masterstroke provided me the only smile I've had this month.
- Sick.
- (EXHALES) Chad.
I'm the Ted.
I'm Ted.


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Hear me, insect.
This is the master of death calling to you.
Rise.
MAN: Uh Ted? Got a sec? You know, it's crazy hat day, and you're not wearing a crazy hat.
How could I make such a mistake? Look.
(CLEARS THROAT) I don't think of myself as your boss.
I think of myself as your friend.
And bottom line is I need my friends to be on time, participate in spirit days and, most of all, sing when someone puts money in the jar.
Think you can do that? Sure.
Gary.
(CLICKS TONGUE) (HITS COUNTER) Don't let him get to you, man.
No one gets to me.
I just get so mad, you know? One time he pissed me off, I toasted his phone with the waffle cones.
That was you? That masterstroke provided me the only smile I've had this month.
- Sick.
- (EXHALES) Chad.
I'm the Ted.
I'm Ted.


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NECROMANCER: This is a charade.
We shouldn't be here cleaning congealed dairy and sugar.
- We should be kings.
- People should tremble at the sound of our names.
Preach.
Power, Chad! That's what I'm talking about.
Real power.
- Cash money.
- No! Not money.
Any fool can get rich.
Oh, right.
Necromancy.
Dominion over life and death.
The ability to bend the universe to your will.
Like that sweet gig you used to have.
Walking around, being your own boss, raising people from the dead.
- You believe my story? - Of course.
I'm into all that stuff the government doesn't want us to know about UFOs, lizard men, Bigfoot.
I just wish I could've seen you kick ass back in the day.
Maybe you're not too late.
Rise.
Rise.
(SHORT LAUGH) - (LAUGHING) - Did you just ? I've been practicing.
Now you've witnessed my sorcery, I have one question for you, Chad.
Will you be my acolyte? Hell yeah.
What-What's an acolyte? It's a fancy word for "follower".
Where are we going? We're going back to the way things used to be.
Because somehow I'm gonna become the Necromancer again.
- Rise, feline.
- Rise.
(WHISPERING): How long's it supposed to take? (GROANS) I don't know, Chad.
Cockroaches are child's play compared to more complex animals.
Ev-Eventually you work your way back up to humans, right? All in good time, my acolyte.
Malivore took my powers, but he couldn't take my birthright a propensity for magic.
Now I need to rebuild my skills, step by step.
Why do you think Malivore did this to you? Well, if you were promised peace, why did he send you here? I'm sure he was jealous of my power.
That I was the only one who was smart enough to outfox Oh, that's strange.
I can't remember who I stole the knife from.
I mean, I remember the man with the anger issues and the impressive jawline, but there was someone else.
(CAT MEOWS) (GASPS) Ah.


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Oh, Malivore! - You have visitors.
We brought you a little pre (UNZIPS) Pit is empty.
Someone closed the portal.
(LAUGHS) Malivore was defeated.
You were right.
And if Malivore can be beaten, anything's possible.
(LAUGHING): Oh.
I can fulfill my destiny.
That's what I'm talking about! Yeah.
So-so what do we do next? How do we level you up? Oh, dark sorcery requires a steep price to be paid in exchange for power.
I'm afraid I must sacrifice that which I hold most dear.
- What's that? - The only thing in this wretched existence I've grown fond of.
(BOTH GRUNT) (OPERA PLAYING) NECROMANCER: Rise.
- Come back to this plane.
- There you are.
(LAUGHING) Dude.
What happened to your face? This is my true face.
Behold the mark of the underworld.
- Wait.
Did you kill me? - Technically.
But I always intended to raise you from perdition.
What? Shouldn't you have warned me or something? Uh, you're missing the headline, Chad.
I can now raise humans.
Well, I'm not a zombie, though, right? - You can't, like, control me? - Try this on.
- What's this? - Iconic! I must become a mysterious symbol that both terrifies and intrigues my acolytes.
- Acolytes, plural? - Fear not.
It's all part of my master plan.
- I'll catch you up on the way.
- Where are we going? To a place of immense magical energy, a place where so many people have died, the very ground courses with blood and power.
Have you ever been to Virginia?


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Ah.
(GASPS) (CRUNCHING, SQUISHING) (GRUNTS) (GROANING) (LAUGHING) (GRUNTING) Oh.
I didn't think you had it in you.
You were talking about killing kids.
I had to stop you.
You can't stop me, Chad.
You're not in control of yourself anymore.
I'm not your friend.
I'm your eternal master.
(LAUGHS) Now kneel.
(CHUCKLES) I think I figured it out.
Oh, yeah? Why Malivore did it to you.
What if he wasn't screwing you over? What if he made you human to give you a shot at peace? And if you could have just lived that life well, you might have gotten there.
He gave you a chance to start over.
And you blew it, Ted.
Don't ever call me that again.
My name is The Necromancer.

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Awkwarddddd lol
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Games = motives not shared lol
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Replay lol

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Some say the tree used was in Joseph the carpenters grove.
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Non human memory steering human is interesting lol
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BURIAL Cremated, Other, Specifically: Ashes were buried next to a tree in Hampton, New Jersey on the property of Karl Germer.

Not a coincidence lol
Acolyte problems
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Remembering Abraham and Buddha’s etc experience with tree
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Lol pope knows
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Mountains know
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Recalls who you surround yourself with is vitally important.
A true witness has honor and picked from the clans for how they walked in life. No one ever believes the crazies or hypocrites lol
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Recalls who you surround yourself with is vitally important.
A true witness has honor and picked from the clans for how they walked in life. No one ever believes the crazies or hypocrites lol
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Jesus was clever in 12 around 1
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Recalls who you surround yourself with is vitally important.
A true witness has honor and picked from the clans for how they walked in life. No one ever believes the crazies or hypocrites lol
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Real Jesus was smart in 12 around 1
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No cats or bats
Character probs lol
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So in the 2nd episode of The Witcher there is a class for young witches to learn magic. Or whatever, lol here's the recap. Hope not to spoil it for you.

Yennefer's story is basically a lost installment of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. She is taken in by Tissaia de Vries (MyAnna Buring), a powerful sorceress who runs a Witch Academy at Aretuza. It's here where Yennefer and other young girls are taught how to harness their powers in a series of tests, including levitation, telepathy, and even catching lightning in a bottle. "Magic is organizing chaos," Tissaia explains. But Yennefer struggles to keep up with her classmates and lashes out in ways that are harmful to both herself and others. At one point, she attempts to kill herself by cutting her wrists. "Your job is to control chaos, not become it," Tissaia tells the self-destructive farm girl. It's through Istredd, though, we learn about the continent's past, specifically, the history of elves. The big talking point running through the episode is to do with the elven people: who they are, what they did, and where they are now. According to Istredd, the elves were the original sorcerers, before humans and monsters ever roamed the continent. It was the elven mages that taught the first humans how to turn chaos into magic. In return, the humans slaughtered the elves, so that they could pretend the power always belonged to them.
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That’s very similar carnival row and how the humans took the elves power for their own and slaughtered them to stay in power.
Magical Bloodlines topic lol

I don’t mind spoilers. I get it right usually so I’m hardly surprised.

It’s said Abraham sat under an oak tree. Buddha his tree. One of trees powers is memory. A tree holds memory including human and has the ability to show you, you, through them. A tree is never just a tree. Many come to cut off the branches which will grow more in its place to alter destinies.

Thinking, many religions and paganism of the past prompted its considered wisdom holy helpers to say that the holy are holy because they are blessed by whatever god they are under. So the followers are to believe that not question their powers because they are blessed by god. Etc because of the structure ran prompts the continuation of mad men in power.

Then take societies where spirituality is for everyone, they know discernment and what is wisdom and what is under ignorance. Ignorance can be guised as blessings. And everyone can tell what is healthy shaman from diseased shaman.

Wherein above religious, the unhealthy holy are looked upon as healthy.
How demonic arose about. What’s funny is, hereditary people have things that come with them and others that are very religious say, how do they have those powers they are not holy. Lol

Interestingly, could of been 2011 I had a dream on this very topic especially the taking of energy. I burned everything within the dream to find an entity cloaked with no face. They wouldn’t say anything and I kicked it out and a stream of energy went with it so I took that stream back. They did make grunting noises. I thought it was a person at first and found who I thought it was. This guy was real. Because of it they came later invading into a dream I had to disarm. I learned not to snatch people up after that lol
It is what comes with them.
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Yeah I'm not really a fan of this show but I see all the recurring themes. I'd like it if they would cut down on the sex and nudity but other than that, same shit different show. Interesting dream!
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Remembering Abraham and Buddha’s etc experience with tree
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So in the 2nd episode of The Witcher there is a class for young witches to learn magic. Or whatever, lol here's the recap. Hope not to spoil it for you.

Yennefer's story is basically a lost installment of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. She is taken in by Tissaia de Vries (MyAnna Buring), a powerful sorceress who runs a Witch Academy at Aretuza. It's here where Yennefer and other young girls are taught how to harness their powers in a series of tests, including levitation, telepathy, and even catching lightning in a bottle. "Magic is organizing chaos," Tissaia explains. But Yennefer struggles to keep up with her classmates and lashes out in ways that are harmful to both herself and others. At one point, she attempts to kill herself by cutting her wrists. "Your job is to control chaos, not become it," Tissaia tells the self-destructive farm girl. It's through Istredd, though, we learn about the continent's past, specifically, the history of elves. The big talking point running through the episode is to do with the elven people: who they are, what they did, and where they are now. According to Istredd, the elves were the original sorcerers, before humans and monsters ever roamed the continent. It was the elven mages that taught the first humans how to turn chaos into magic. In return, the humans slaughtered the elves, so that they could pretend the power always belonged to them.
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That’s very similar carnival row and how the humans took the elves power for their own and slaughtered them to stay in power.
Magical Bloodlines topic lol

I don’t mind spoilers. I get it right usually so I’m hardly surprised.

It’s said Abraham sat under an oak tree. Buddha his tree. One of trees powers is memory. A tree holds memory including human and has the ability to show you, you, through them. A tree is never just a tree. Many come to cut off the branches which will grow more in its place to alter destinies.

Thinking, many religions and paganism of the past prompted its considered wisdom holy helpers to say that the holy are holy because they are blessed by whatever god they are under. So the followers are to believe that not question their powers because they are blessed by god. Etc because of the structure ran prompts the continuation of mad men in power.

Then take societies where spirituality is for everyone, they know discernment and what is wisdom and what is under ignorance. Ignorance can be guised as blessings. And everyone can tell what is healthy shaman from diseased shaman.

Wherein above religious, the unhealthy holy are looked upon as healthy.
How demonic arose about. What’s funny is, hereditary people have things that come with them and others that are very religious say, how do they have those powers they are not holy. Lol

Interestingly, could of been 2011 I had a dream on this very topic especially the taking of energy. I burned everything within the dream to find an entity cloaked with no face. They wouldn’t say anything and I kicked it out and a stream of energy went with it so I took that stream back. They did make grunting noises. I thought it was a person at first and found who I thought it was. This guy was real. Because of it they came later invading into a dream I had to disarm. I learned not to snatch people up after that lol
It is what comes with them.
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Yeah I'm not really a fan of this show but I see all the recurring themes. I'd like it if they would cut down on the sex and nudity but other than that, same shit different show. Interesting dream!
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Yeah that’s why I never watched game of thrones lol
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Their are ways to get around it. If want to stick with a show lol





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