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Lmao this just came upppp always a funny clip
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Hahahahaha that’s funny
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What a night lol
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What a night lol
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I’ve been to soooo many performances and the skill by far through the varying genres was highly talented last night. I do have a really good ear when it comes to charisma lol not as mean as Simon though

The only one I had picked was foxy Shazam long ago and they did pretty well in their genre Lol

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Symbolism
the Swan or Northern Cross

There are several asterisms in Cygnus. In the 17th-century German celestial cartographer Johann Bayer's star atlas the Uranometria, Alpha, Beta and Gamma Cygni form the pole of a cross, while Delta and Epsilon form the cross beam. The nova P Cygni was then considered to be the body of Christ.

Though the tertiary component is divisible in binoculars, the primary and secondary currently require a medium-sized amateur telescope to split, as they will through the year 2020. The two stars will be closest between 2043 and 2050, when they will require a telescope with larger aperture to split.


Icarus topic
Some speculate the pyramids are laid out to Cygnus rather Orion.
If what they say about Re is correct, then what Jesus did had another meaning attributed.

This goes back to Thermuthis of Egypt and Zoraster, and Moses and the rites they mirrored on the ground.

The word mid is within the pyramid wheaten cake mountain creation story goes with fire in the middle being Re at midday. Notice the timing was specific in the crux as finished was at 3pm after midday.


This song came on lol
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Symbolism
the Swan or Northern Cross

There are several asterisms in Cygnus. In the 17th-century German celestial cartographer Johann Bayer's star atlas the Uranometria, Alpha, Beta and Gamma Cygni form the pole of a cross, while Delta and Epsilon form the cross beam. The nova P Cygni was then considered to be the body of Christ.

Though the tertiary component is divisible in binoculars, the primary and secondary currently require a medium-sized amateur telescope to split, as they will through the year 2020. The two stars will be closest between 2043 and 2050, when they will require a telescope with larger aperture to split.


Icarus topic
Some speculate the pyramids are laid out to Cygnus rather Orion.
If what they say about Re is correct, then what Jesus did had another meaning attributed.

This goes back to Thermuthis of Egypt and Zoraster, and Moses and the rites they mirrored on the ground.

The word mid is within the pyramid wheaten cake mountain creation story goes with fire in the middle being Re at midday. Notice the timing was specific in the crux as finished was at 3pm after midday.


This song came on lol
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Noting the Zoroaster rites into freemasonry today are more snake electricity influenced twisting the meaning into patriarchy types of mentality of the obelisk kind lol which is incoherent information.
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Women were just as incoherent that lived within the influence of the builders. Many elite women became priestesses of goddess Hathor. By the new kingdom though the priesthood was all male with only one woman who held position as ‘gods wife of amun’ in Thebes. So the elite women transitioned to the title of musicians of deities. Shaking the rattle/sistrum was similar to shaking the tree by stimulus. We can see why this went downhill very quickly on the topic of reincarnation of re-enacting creation to maintain the created world they lived within.
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Cayce maintained that the mingling of races and species of man within location enhanced the issues of inferiority especially with the migrations of masters and slaves showing how Egypt became a class system rather than a caste system to thwart the issue. The masters did not like this.
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The symbol of the eye became associated with restorative powers.
And
At-one-ment became the goal of the pharaoh at the time.
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What could pharaoh do to cause the inferior to become enlightened?
Lol Moses knows
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Masters of the elements showed them buried treasures
It was like magic
The crafts arose to be utilized by man and adornments could be for anyone whom learned secrets of the soil(internet of the ground)
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Notice the pulsation in the link of cfs

afro
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What is cfs?
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Whoops, csf afro
Cerebrospinal fluid

link here:

This has to do with the holes in the back of elongated skulls.

Also about membranes

We know the sensory cortex is a small band of brain matter that wraps around the brain between motor cortex and parietal lobe.
It processes bodily sensations and perceptions.
All tactile
visual
auditory
olfactory impulses are processed there supposedly.

The brain is split on the upper portion creating left and right(horizontal)

Between the crevices contains the largest amount of cerebrospinal fluid.

The greatest concentration of this fluid right where the soft spot was as an infant. The fontanel.

Taoists believe the hardening of the spot marks the beginning process where we distinguish the senses as separate experiences. So as infants with soft spot they experience stimuli but have no ability to distinguish/consciousness of each of the senses.

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The symbol of the eye became associated with restorative powers.
And
At-one-ment became the goal of the pharaoh at the time.
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Notice the pulsation in the link of cfs

afro
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What is cfs?
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Whoops, csf afro
Cerebrospinal fluid

link here:

This has to do with the holes in the back of elongated skulls.

Also about membranes

We know the sensory cortex is a small band of brain matter that wraps around the brain between motor cortex and parietal lobe.
It processes bodily sensations and perceptions.
All tactile
visual
auditory
olfactory impulses are processed there supposedly.

The brain is split on the upper portion creating left and right(horizontal)

Between the crevices contains the largest amount of cerebrospinal fluid.

The greatest concentration of this fluid right where the soft spot was as an infant. The fontanel.

Taoists believe the hardening of the spot marks the beginning process where we distinguish the senses as separate experiences. So as infants with soft spot they experience stimuli but have no ability to distinguish/consciousness of each of the senses.

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Updated
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Remembering Dali was influenced by something not himself. His paintings have a running theme. Scarab beetle was connected to the brain in negative connotations meaning structurally different could be seen as a curse if limited ability within a limitless ability.
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What’s interesting panther myth is hope was left in the material box and fear was left in the nonmaterial box. Eyes of light know lol
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Exact location of Hubble first thought too.
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Budj Bim Cultural Landscape fire reveals new sections of ancient aquatic system

Key points:
Parts of the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape have been dated at 6,600 years old
Traditional owners are confident new sections of the eel-harvesting system have been revealed by the fire
The aquaculture system set up by Gunditjmara people was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List last year
The Budj Bim Cultural Landscape, which includes an elaborate series of stone-lined channels and pools set up by the Gunditjmara people to harvest eels, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List last year.

Some parts of the landscape, which also features evidence of stone dwellings, have been dated back 6,600 years — older than Egypt's pyramids.


I wonder if they will compare to South American aquaculture.
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Green in tooth and claw
Study shows human ancestors could have consumed hard plant tissues without damaging their teeth


Hard plant foods may have made up a larger part of early human ancestors' diet than currently presumed, according to a new experimental study of modern tooth enamel from Washington University in St. Louis.

Scientists often look at microscopic damage to teeth to infer what an animal was eating. This new research -- using experiments looking at microscopic interactions between food particles and enamel -- demonstrates that even the hardest plant tissues scarcely wear down primate teeth. The results have implications for reconstructing diet, and potentially for our interpretation of the fossil record of human evolution, researchers said.

"We found that hard plant tissues such as the shells of nuts and seeds barely influence microwear textures on teeth," said Adam van Casteren, lecturer in biological anthropology in Arts & Sciences, the first author of the new study in Scientific Reports. David S. Strait, professor of physical anthropology, is a co-author.

Traditionally, eating hard foods is thought to damage teeth by producing microscopic pits. "But if teeth don't demonstrate elaborate pits and scars, this doesn't necessarily rule out the consumption of hard food items," van Casteren said.


Why wouldn’t they think they would mill it like ancestors did. They are still promoting the Out of Africa theory.
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Thread: It is clear that a deadly respiratory disease has emerged in Wuhan, China. And most of the >25 cases are connected to a huge, closed fish market.
This wet market in Wuhan, China, could be the source the deadly #coronavirus. There are fears that it will spread as tens of millions of Chinese are set to travel over the Lunar New Year holidays.

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Thread: Covid-19/300 Q-TINED IRAQ P3544/+1ST IRAQ P3549/ IRAN 28+6 RIP P3563/ FEMA US +60 ISRAELI Q-TINED P3590/ 1ST POTUGUESE + ITALY 63 (2 RIP) P3592
Not saying it was the cause of this outbreak, but there is a BSL-4 lab in Wuhan.

BSL-4 is the highest level of biocontainment: its criteria include filtering air and treating water and waste before they leave the laboratory, and stipulating that researchers change clothes and shower before and after using lab facilities.

Built in 2017, it focuses on the control of emerging diseases, storing purified viruses and acting as a World Health Organization ‘reference laboratory’ linked to similar labs around the world.

[link to www.nature.com (secure)]

Again, not saying this place IS responsible, but it isnt out of the realm of possibilities.
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...


Does anyone have the ability to search for that BSL-4 lab location in relation to the fish-market in Wuhan?

What if they're sitting beside one another?

I, for one, would love to know.
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Internet is a vast source of knowledge.. use it wisely !

[link to lssf.cas.cn]

Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory is located in Zhengdian Scientific Park of Wuhan Institute of Virology ,CAS in Jiangxia District, Wuhan, Hubei Province. The laboratory is in central region of Central China, with mountains at three directions, convenient transportation and relatively independent environment.


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Thanks.

Jiangxia District is one of 13 districts of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, People's Republic of China, situated on the eastern bank of the Yangtze River.

Now where is the fish market in question?
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I believe it is huanan wholesale fish market, as it has a picture of two people in protective gear masks and white coats on the google maps page, but i cannot date that photo.

The institute of virology is 22km away from that seafood market, literally a 30 minute drive...

Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS Hubei Bingdu "Disease Engineering" Technical Research Center. (Keji Rd, Wuchang, Wuhan, Hubei, China)

huanan wholesale fish market
(Fazhan Ave, Jianghan, Wuhan, Hubei, China)

This article refrences this market as the source..

[link to www.japantimes.co.jp (secure)]


The WHO said preliminary epidemiological investigations had found most cases were in people who either worked at or were frequent visitors to Wuhan’s Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market.
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Im looking for the biological labs that are in Wuhan city

Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory first operated exactly two years ago. It is a China-French project.
[link to lssf.cas.cn]

China has opened its first bio-safety level four laboratory, capable of conducting experiments with highly pathogenic microorganisms, according to the national health authority on Thursday.
[link to www.xinhuanet.com]
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Budj Bim Cultural Landscape fire reveals new sections of ancient aquatic system

Key points:
Parts of the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape have been dated at 6,600 years old
Traditional owners are confident new sections of the eel-harvesting system have been revealed by the fire
The aquaculture system set up by Gunditjmara people was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List last year
The Budj Bim Cultural Landscape, which includes an elaborate series of stone-lined channels and pools set up by the Gunditjmara people to harvest eels, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List last year.

Some parts of the landscape, which also features evidence of stone dwellings, have been dated back 6,600 years — older than Egypt's pyramids.


I wonder if they will compare to South American aquaculture.
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Global and even earlier ancient water channels for ships have been found.

[link to asbarez.com]

Archaeologists Discover Ancient Aqueduct Near Khor Virap
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Green in tooth and claw
Study shows human ancestors could have consumed hard plant tissues without damaging their teeth


Hard plant foods may have made up a larger part of early human ancestors' diet than currently presumed, according to a new experimental study of modern tooth enamel from Washington University in St. Louis.

Scientists often look at microscopic damage to teeth to infer what an animal was eating. This new research -- using experiments looking at microscopic interactions between food particles and enamel -- demonstrates that even the hardest plant tissues scarcely wear down primate teeth. The results have implications for reconstructing diet, and potentially for our interpretation of the fossil record of human evolution, researchers said.

"We found that hard plant tissues such as the shells of nuts and seeds barely influence microwear textures on teeth," said Adam van Casteren, lecturer in biological anthropology in Arts & Sciences, the first author of the new study in Scientific Reports. David S. Strait, professor of physical anthropology, is a co-author.

Traditionally, eating hard foods is thought to damage teeth by producing microscopic pits. "But if teeth don't demonstrate elaborate pits and scars, this doesn't necessarily rule out the consumption of hard food items," van Casteren said.


Why wouldn’t they think they would mill it like ancestors did. They are still promoting the Out of Africa theory.
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That's kinda funny.

Chlorella and spirulina were a topic today.
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Thread: It is clear that a deadly respiratory disease has emerged in Wuhan, China. And most of the >25 cases are connected to a huge, closed fish market.
This wet market in Wuhan, China, could be the source the deadly #coronavirus. There are fears that it will spread as tens of millions of Chinese are set to travel over the Lunar New Year holidays.

[link to twitter.com (secure)]
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Thread: Covid-19/300 Q-TINED IRAQ P3544/+1ST IRAQ P3549/ IRAN 28+6 RIP P3563/ FEMA US +60 ISRAELI Q-TINED P3590/ 1ST POTUGUESE + ITALY 63 (2 RIP) P3592
Not saying it was the cause of this outbreak, but there is a BSL-4 lab in Wuhan.

BSL-4 is the highest level of biocontainment: its criteria include filtering air and treating water and waste before they leave the laboratory, and stipulating that researchers change clothes and shower before and after using lab facilities.

Built in 2017, it focuses on the control of emerging diseases, storing purified viruses and acting as a World Health Organization ‘reference laboratory’ linked to similar labs around the world.

[link to www.nature.com (secure)]

Again, not saying this place IS responsible, but it isnt out of the realm of possibilities.
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...


Internet is a vast source of knowledge.. use it wisely !

[link to lssf.cas.cn]

Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory is located in Zhengdian Scientific Park of Wuhan Institute of Virology ,CAS in Jiangxia District, Wuhan, Hubei Province. The laboratory is in central region of Central China, with mountains at three directions, convenient transportation and relatively independent environment.


[link to www.google.com (secure)]
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Thanks.

Jiangxia District is one of 13 districts of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, People's Republic of China, situated on the eastern bank of the Yangtze River.

Now where is the fish market in question?
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I believe it is huanan wholesale fish market, as it has a picture of two people in protective gear masks and white coats on the google maps page, but i cannot date that photo.

The institute of virology is 22km away from that seafood market, literally a 30 minute drive...

Wuhan Institute of Virology, CAS Hubei Bingdu "Disease Engineering" Technical Research Center. (Keji Rd, Wuchang, Wuhan, Hubei, China)

huanan wholesale fish market
(Fazhan Ave, Jianghan, Wuhan, Hubei, China)

This article refrences this market as the source..

[link to www.japantimes.co.jp (secure)]


The WHO said preliminary epidemiological investigations had found most cases were in people who either worked at or were frequent visitors to Wuhan’s Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market.
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Im looking for the biological labs that are in Wuhan city

Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory first operated exactly two years ago. It is a China-French project.
[link to lssf.cas.cn]

China has opened its first bio-safety level four laboratory, capable of conducting experiments with highly pathogenic microorganisms, according to the national health authority on Thursday.
[link to www.xinhuanet.com]
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It’s like plum island. Have to know ‘the salamanders migration’ which they know because of the global tracking in progress. As waste like that is hard to get rid of safely as shown.
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Green in tooth and claw
Study shows human ancestors could have consumed hard plant tissues without damaging their teeth


Hard plant foods may have made up a larger part of early human ancestors' diet than currently presumed, according to a new experimental study of modern tooth enamel from Washington University in St. Louis.

Scientists often look at microscopic damage to teeth to infer what an animal was eating. This new research -- using experiments looking at microscopic interactions between food particles and enamel -- demonstrates that even the hardest plant tissues scarcely wear down primate teeth. The results have implications for reconstructing diet, and potentially for our interpretation of the fossil record of human evolution, researchers said.

"We found that hard plant tissues such as the shells of nuts and seeds barely influence microwear textures on teeth," said Adam van Casteren, lecturer in biological anthropology in Arts & Sciences, the first author of the new study in Scientific Reports. David S. Strait, professor of physical anthropology, is a co-author.

Traditionally, eating hard foods is thought to damage teeth by producing microscopic pits. "But if teeth don't demonstrate elaborate pits and scars, this doesn't necessarily rule out the consumption of hard food items," van Casteren said.


Why wouldn’t they think they would mill it like ancestors did. They are still promoting the Out of Africa theory.
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That's kinda funny.

Chlorella and spirulina were a topic today.
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Lichen eat rocks lol

Nice.
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Father mother child is noticed In symbiosis
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I had a weird dream. It was a huge pool of water with people playing on the surface. But I was looking for something at the bottom that was lost. The pool was really deep. So the people playing at the pool decided to drain it to see what was at the bottom. What was found was interesting. There was secret rooms where people lived behind the deep walls at the bottom. And some were still down there living.
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This one. 2020 in 2013. The three beings I think mention later was very sophisticated technology within a stone room. The human men though down there locked in their stone room was not so sophisticated but rather in their own filth and all men. I found that odd on the trail at the time. Now. Not so much lol
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Went back a few pages.

This feels relevant.
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I had a weird dream. It was a huge pool of water with people playing on the surface. But I was looking for something at the bottom that was lost. The pool was really deep. So the people playing at the pool decided to drain it to see what was at the bottom. What was found was interesting. There was secret rooms where people lived behind the deep walls at the bottom. And some were still down there living.
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This one. 2020 in 2013. The three beings I think mention later was very sophisticated technology within a stone room. The human men though down there locked in their stone room was not so sophisticated but rather in their own filth and all men. I found that odd on the trail at the time. Now. Not so much lol
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Went back a few pages.

This feels relevant.
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It does. its strange because this has been so clear still to this day not forgotten like most dreaming as it was my own experience as I was mentioned directly by name.
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Usnea is a lichen utilized in herbal remedies and I’m sure other lichen would be clever for lung viruses, Homeopathy would say.
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Usnea is a lichen utilized in herbal remedies and I’m sure other lichen would be clever for lung viruses, Homeopathy would say.
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