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Natalia
13th November 2014, 18:46
For me it is by far, health and healing, followed by metaphysics. I would say that what we study the most is most definitely part of our life purpose.

Conehead
13th November 2014, 19:44
History for me...other

Natalia
13th November 2014, 19:48
History for me...other

Ooops! That is quite a big one that I didn't think of...I would go back and add it if I could and replace conspiracies with it (could a mod please change it if possible?).

regnak
13th November 2014, 20:16
I love healing it is the basics of life after martials arts and then spiritually maybe a bit of natural farming thrown in I am currently reading my water-cure by Sebastian kneipp interesting

Conehead
13th November 2014, 20:34
History for me...other

Ooops! That is quite a big one that I didn't think of...I would go back and add it if I could and replace conspiracies with it (could a mod please change it if possible?).

:biggrin:

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Star Tsar
13th November 2014, 20:59
Hey wheres ufology?

Natalia
13th November 2014, 21:13
Hey wheres ufology?

That will go under metaphysics *giggle* :) just select it for everything "spiritual", "occulty" and ESP-ee!

Star Tsar
13th November 2014, 21:41
Hey wheres ufology?

That will go under metaphysics *giggle* :) just select it for everything "spiritual", "occulty" and ESP-ee!

Well as you have not catered for my demographic I am abstaining! ;)

Observer1964
13th November 2014, 21:57
I study all of it, tying to find the answers to;
Who are we?
Where do we come from?
Why are we here?
and
Where are we going?

Gatita
14th November 2014, 00:42
I lean to metaphysics, followed closely by health and healing.

Cat

Ernie Nemeth
14th November 2014, 02:04
Don't have favorites.

Any subject that links to truth I investigate. But since truth is ever more furtive, I would say mathematics and metaphysics. I don't think much of current science so I couldn't vote for math. So it was metaphysics.

ghostrider
14th November 2014, 04:42
The information the Plejaren ET's have made available to earth bound humanity ...

A Voice from the Mountains
14th November 2014, 04:45
History for me...other

I also study mostly history, though the study of history itself is the study of all sorts of things that humanity has done in the past. So I like studying a very diverse range of things really. :)

Skyhaven
14th November 2014, 09:20
Conspiracies is not a subject really, that's just a haze that covers all the real subjects.

Natalia
14th November 2014, 09:26
Conspiracies is not a subject really, that's just a haze that covers all the real subjects.

Ok, I think I made a boo-boo with that option! Better if it's replaced with history (if possible...I will PM a mod...)...

Paul
14th November 2014, 10:01
Ok, I think I made a boo-boo with that option! Better if it's replaced with history (if possible...I will PM a mod...)...
I changed "Conspiracies" to "Conspiracies and History" ... hopefully that helps.

I figured better to add "History" than to change it entirely, as some of the votes already placed might be for Conspiracies, not History.

I can change the wording of options easily enough, but not add more options, as that would "spoil the ballots" (confuse the existing voting records on this poll in the database.)

Corncrake
14th November 2014, 10:08
Difficult to answer because other than 'sports and physical activity' I am interested in all those topics though 'science' more than pure mathematics and 'literature' more than languages.

Natalia
14th November 2014, 10:08
Ok, I think I made a boo-boo with that option! Better if it's replaced with history (if possible...I will PM a mod...)...
I changed "Conspiracies" to "Conspiracies and History" ... hopefully that helps.

I figured better to add "History" than to change it entirely, as some of the votes already placed might be for Conspiracies, not History.

I can change the wording of options easily enough, but not add more options, as that would "spoil the ballots" (confuse the existing voting records on this poll in the database.)

Thank you Paul :) at least now people can choose history.

christian
14th November 2014, 10:56
What I study the most: The art of living in flow and prosperity with oneself and others. :cool:

Aspen
14th November 2014, 11:20
It would be nice to be able to choose more than one option. I also study a wide range of things, generally ufology, alternative healing, spirituality; but also history and conspiracies. Like others have said I like to study why we are here - what our purpose is. I am primarily interested in spiritual development and what I term "positive" conspiracy; I like to follow the people who are attempting to give humanity hope - such as Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, Alfred Lebremont Webre, Simon Parkes, George Kavassalis Stewart Swerdlow. I started off studying conspiracies and the truth movement such as William Cooper, the topic of the Illuminati, 9/11, etc and quickly realized that there was a lot of fear porn, lies and disinfo I became discouraged and for the sake of my own mental health began to pay attention to the tone: were people attempting to give us hope, such as Bill Ryan and Kerry Cassidy. Otherwise, it was just all too depressing! I also enjoy reading metaphysics and political information such as Naomi Klein's Shock doctrine and Peter Moon's books.

Paul
14th November 2014, 11:36
I have (at least) six main areas of interest at present:

My ongoing coding of improvements to this forum's spam filters (for the most part, visible only to Ilie).
Physics, as currently best represented by the work of Robert Distinti (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyA7M234nykgKUSs_L9AjZQ).
Economics, as currently best presented by my thread Global Currency Reset (SDR's and the New Bretton Woods; by JC Collins) (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?76591-Global-Currency-Reset--SDR-s-and-the-New-Bretton-Woods-by-JC-Collins-).
Health and nutrition - various readings, especially via this forum.
Current world events and upcoming changes - various readings, especially on this forum.
History and the Occult - currently best represented by the work of Mark Passio (http://www.whatonearthishappening.com/).

Daozen
14th November 2014, 11:43
I have a few interests, but healing is by far the most important. Without a functioning body it's tough. After that, water filtration, famine alleviation. Then guitar and OBE.

Shezbeth
14th November 2014, 12:33
I like to maintain a balance of Physical 'study' (yoga, kung fu, cardio), Mental practice (strategy, mathematics, linguistics), and Metaphysics (energy, etc.). Thanks for asking!