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    Re: American Empire Exposed

    Originally from Onawah's post #6 (now merged into post #5 by me):

    I separated this from the bibilography due to reaching the word count. It also serves to keep this information visible, since the...
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    Re: Marijuana - a most complicated matter

    You can get good, old fashioned bud, and also, anything else you can think of. Hash, either straight or added to prerolled joints. Waxes, oils, tinctures, edibles of all kinds, drinkables, capsule...
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    Re: Marijuana - a most complicated matter

    Dennis, thank you for the advice, I'll keep the tips in my repertoire should this ever happen to me or anyone I encounter again. I'll be very careful not to let it happen to me again, though. It was...
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    Re: Marijuana - a most complicated matter

    Glad to see this thread is up and active. I think this is an important discussion that needs to be had, in light of the inevitability of national legalization in the US in the next <5 years. (I’d put...
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    Re: Snowden says US gov isn't hiding aliens

    I don't think he's controlled opposition as much as simply cornered. He's got nowhere else left to go, and probably has people he wants to protect. So he keeps his mouth shut.
  6. Re: Paris zoo unveils the "blob", an organism with no brain but 720 sexes

    Looks like the ETs dropped something.

    In all seriousness, though, this may be paradigm-changing. More and more modern science is beginning to understand what shamans (for lack of a better term)...
  7. Re: Sublime and/or Spiritual Experiences of the Natural World..

    Loving this thread!

    Let me share an experience of my own. This will have happened when I was somewhere around 11-13 years of age.

    Back before things went to hell, my family would vacation just...
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    Re: Large scale and unexpected power outages

    My first thought was a Coronal Mass Ejection...but then, these seem too oddly localized to be that.

    Interesting, though.

    Thanks for sharing, Cara. For now, it doesn't seem to be anything highly...
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    Re: A campfire chat with the moderators :)

    Well, once again, I said I'd do something, then didn't! My apologies; my ADHD often gets the better of me. Not an excuse, just trying to make it clear that I simply forget. It's not that I don't...
  10. Precognitive Dreams : (Another) Thread for Personal Experiences

    One of the most fascinating mysteries of the human mind, in my opinion, is the phenomenon of precognition. While it is understandable to be skeptical, anybody with an open mind that does their...
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    Re: A campfire chat with the moderators :)

    Pffft, no.

    Send away.

    As long as you don't stir the pot, you're fine.

    Side note: I plan on answering every last question in this thread, tomorrow. Only reason why I haven't yet is due to the...
  12. Thread: Ouija

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    Re: Ouija

    For me, I stay far away. Here's why.

    Dark entities operate on loopholes and cracks in defense. So it's nigh-impossible to use it safely. You're basically just unlocking the door to your house,...
  13. Re: 650,000 People Are Planning to Storm Area 51 to Jailbreak the Aliens Inside

    I just wanna say, I have first dibs on a sexy Pleaidian.

    Seriously, though, I hope no one gets hurt in this.
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    No, you see, Bill is actually just a figment of your imagination. There is no Bill. You jumped multiverses.
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    Re: Links and sites for ebooks

    Project Gutenberg: https://www.gutenberg.org/

    Only old stuff, but it's great.
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    Re: A campfire chat with the moderators :)

    I used to read a lot more than I do now.

    I'll name some books I've particularly appreciated off of the top of my head:

    - The Stranger by Albert Camus
    - Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
    -...
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    Re: Aliens Among Us...A Thread for Personal Experiences

    Ooh, this reminds me of something!

    About last week-ish, I was visiting my parents, who live quite close by. Anyway, I was having a conversation in the backyard with my father, who's into this sort...
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    Re: Aliens Among Us...A Thread for Personal Experiences

    That's very interesting, Val. Why do you think they pose as homeless people or musicians? Are they just observing? Or maybe waiting for the right, possibly preordained moment?[/QUOTE]

    I have a...
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    Re: Aliens Among Us...A Thread for Personal Experiences

    My experience:

    When precisely this happened, is hard to say. Certainly within 2 years of this post...probably about one year-ish.

    Doesn't really matter.

    My story is a short, simple, and...
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    Aliens Among Us...A Thread for Personal Experiences

    Hello, everyone. I hope you're all doing well.

    I was recently watching a video on the thread Voices from the Cosmos. In this video, which I will link to at the end of the post, Angela T. Smith is...
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