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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    What seems established if the drawing is genuine is that it dates from the start of the blue period or slightly earlier. There is a fascinating essay by Carl Jung claiming to be ‘in a position to...
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    Re: Conspiracy is Not a Theory

    James Corbett: Yes and no.
    Denotation: “‘Conspiracy theorist’ describes someone who theorizes about some conspiracy.”
    Connotation: ‘wild-eyed crazy’ means someone who all at once believes that the...
  3. Re: Asterix and the Chariot Race (Coronavirus)

    Well, you missed this.
    But thank you for linking to the whole story. A neat little tale of rebellion against imperialism and conspiracy defeated.
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    Re: Crimes Against Humanity

    Unfortunately I don't see any of this ever hitting the MSM. We shouldn't underestimate the power of blackout.

    If these criminals are going down for crimes against humanity (think about the gravity...
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    Re: The Plandemic Resistance thread

    My thoughts on the Crimes against humanity thread belong here too: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?112489-Crimes-Against-Humanity&p=1382639&viewfull=1#post1382639
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    Re: Crimes Against Humanity

    I want to bump this thread if only because if anyone is in need of a morale booster, this is the place to come.

    In the last ten weeks in France, the rate of positive tests per hundred tests has...
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    Re: Crimes Against Humanity

    I have been saying for some time that the way forward, rather than hoping for divine intervention, is through the courts. Some people in high places need to go to jail. This is an achievable goal,...
  8. Re: An ancient language phrase: what does this mean??

    This sounds very much like the archangel Michael, a warrior angel who defeated Satan and is typically depicted as a soldier. Strangely (or perhaps not), Melach is very close to Michael - almost an...
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    Re: Conspiracy is Not a Theory

    People get convicted for conspiracy all the time. The thing is real enough. Julius Caesar was murdered by a bunch of conspirators. The modern issue is based on whether a similar thing happened to...
  10. Re: An ancient language phrase: what does this mean??

    Hi there. Given this context, the simplest answer is probably the correct one. If as a small child you heard “not a soldier. An angel.“, then you probably answered “An angel you are, not a soldier.“...
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    Re: Dealing with fear and panic

    Anxiety is based on feeling powerless possibly derived from picking up other people’s fear. When many on the planet are feeling fear, then others who aren’t may be picking up on the fear and feeling...
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    Re: Conspiracy is Not a Theory

    Thesis: Conspiracy is a pejorative word for what happens when two or more people are like-minded and, to some outside group, their like-mindedness is not in the best interests of a larger group.
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    Thank you Krystian, my browser got tired after a couple of pages on this website and I didn’t get that far. Clearly Enrique Mallen’s is a first appraisal, delivered with the proviso that he is not...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    This guy Wasson has translated into video the main thrust of what I have been saying and doing on this forum for years. Thank you![/QUOTE]
    I was a bit succinct the other day. What happens is that an...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    Billy, I said the translation of the letter in French from Maya Picasso was OK. There is one interesting thing though. ‘I believe’ is ‘je crois’, ‘I don’t believe’ is ‘je ne crois pas’. But she...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    Billy, I said the translation of the letter in French from Maya Picasso was OK. There is one interesting thing though. ‘I believe’ is ‘je crois’, ‘I don’t believe’ is ‘je ne crois pas’. But she...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    [/INDENT][/INDENT][/INDENT]This guy Wasson has translated into video the main thrust of what I have been saying and doing on this forum for years. Thank you!
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    While I have insufficient evidence to come to anything approaching a conclusion, there is enough to build up a couple of strands in an intriguing story, a lot of which comes of course, as I...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    I have a problem right here: 1903 doesn’t sound right: I am thinking more like 1900. Enrique Mallen’s own site says this for 1901:
    ‘Drops his father's name’ refers to Ruiz, Picasso was his mother’s...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    Someone inquired about the signature. There is nothing wrong with the signature, but then a forger would have got it right too. The real problem as I see it is that if Bill Ryan has trouble putting...
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