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    Re: Personality over Policy ?

    It's a no-brainer, extreme circumstances require extreme decisions. Where lives are potentially at stake, as in your hypothetical, an ineffectual leader (captain) may not end up getting the job done...
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    Re: Personality over Policy ?

    I would have thought that the policies were the personality or at the very least attempted to reflect it, anything other being a cognitive disconnect with serious implications for the personality in...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    I've just had two slices of toast and butter with a cup of tea for breakfast and it was delightful. Yeah, it sounds very English but I'm completely unapologetic, sometimes it's the simple things that...
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    Re: Fairness is an illusion

    This can be the new desciptor for the bigger picture.

    :)
  5. Re: Materialistic Science, Scientific Materialism... and Truth

    This week I have been feeling quite disheartened. I like you have felt strongly about what is "good" for me. I encounter so many people in my daily life who are (even apart for the present covid...
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    Re: Fairness is an illusion

    Yes, it's maybe as close to an understanding of fair that exists in our lives and the one that has within it the challenge to the solutions and answers we seek. It's not a comfortable philosophy for...
  7. Re: Steering your personal timeline through 2020 October Surprise(s)

    Precisely the point. There were a zillion dire predictions, all wide ranging and the planet survived every one of them. You proved the difference through your beliefs and intent. Yes, there is just...
  8. Re: Steering your personal timeline through 2020 October Surprise(s)

    Timelines are real and play their part however I don't think that's the question of significance, making them so clouds the issue and acts as a distraction.

    A feature of timelines are the...
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    Re: Extraterrestrial altruism

    I would say it's an inevitable attribute of love. If love is the prime mover of all realities then altruism is an inevitable consequence of such a design. Those societies, by whatever nomenclature...
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    Re: Extraterrestrial altruism

    We may need to define more specifically how we interpret intelligence. There are many extraterrestrials that are considered intelligent but not in an emotional or feeling sense, more intellectual...
  11. Re: Ascension, Dolores Cannon and '5D': Splitting into two Earths

    The problem with using a phrase like the earth splitting in two is that it implies and postulates from the start that there is only one physical earth, from a quantum perspective that isn't...
  12. Re: Ascension, Dolores Cannon and '5D': Splitting into two Earths

    The proposition and the argument of the earth splitting has unfortunately got hooked on semantics as has been pointed out by various posts. I would say using the term splitting of the earth has...
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    Re: Mother Mary in Bosnia, messages and secrets

    In thinking about the village Medjugorje and the children, one suspects that the children were the occasion of significance here, how could they not be? However the village and the children may be...
  14. Re: Dr Angela Thompson Smith: Great interview for anyone interested in the UFO/UAP realm

    I'll link to this thread here for an expanded view mentioning the book and the spreadsheet.

    Voices from the Cosmos
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  15. Re: Dr Angela Thompson Smith: Great interview for anyone interested in the UFO/UAP realm

    Thanks, it is interesting.

    I've downloaded this to add to the Jeffrey Mishlove section in the library.
  16. Re: Joe Rogan Experience - George Knapp & Jeremy Corbell

    Had no names been mentioned in the expansive picture you outlined above, then one, would definitely have suggested itself strongly to me, that of Carl Jung. The accusation levelled at him by Freud of...
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    Re: All about gravity

    Well, it depends which space program we're talking about! Long-term low gravity would have lots of negative effects on the body, of course.

    But Camelot witness 'Henry Deacon' told us that the...
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    Re: Avatars at Avalon !!!

    Mashika is now Sasha Alisa.
  19. Thread: On Waking Up

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    Re: On Waking Up

    Wow! That's a really stylish post.

    As I was reading it, conscious of the fact you hadn't bullet pointed what appeared to be a list, the whole thing started to flow like a stream of consciousness...
  20. Re: Ancient Egypt: Actually a part of the Atlantean civilization

    Plato declared the origin of the story of Atlantis to have been Egyptian as it was brought to Athens from Egypt by Solon.

    Solon (c.630- c.560 BC) was an Athenian magistrate who had travelled...
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