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  1. Re: Films/Movies with uplifting/inspiring/thought-provoking themes, etc. etc.

    I just saw this film from 2013 tonight. It's worth a watch if you like Schroedinger's cat and enjoy thinking along with the very clever plot. Made for only $50,000 it proves you dont need a huge...
  2. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    That's basically what Butler and Knight propose in Who made the moon. That future humans travelled back in time or sent machines back in time to build the moon when the earth was first forming. They...
  3. Re: My Upcoming Course in Astral Projection.

    Thanks Jake. This is very generous of you. I'm definitely interested. I wake up at least 2 or 3 times every night . 3 am is usually one of the stops along the way
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    I think that is the case (but not holding my breath on it). This was 4 hours ago.....

    Victorian government's controversial coronavirus detention Bill set to be defeated in upper house[/QUOTE]
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  5. Re: Covid-19 (and flu!) Treatment and Prevention

    RA patients can be treated with Hydoxychloroquine which might explain why they dont need ICU treatment
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    Re: Dave Brubeck - Golden Brown

    Yes it's a wonderful song. and fantastic to hear so many versions. I do like the Stranglers version best. According to wikipedia the song is about heroin and his former girlfriend
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    Re: Dave Brubeck - Golden Brown

    early Rolling Stones Sittin on the fence... harpsichord comes in about 2.20

    My sweet lady Jane. I don't think the instrument is a harpsichord but it sounds very like it

    Beatles In my life
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    This is a good example of scientism - making an "ism" or science against which there is no argument. Andrews saying you can't argue with the data, raises data to some "godlike" status



    Here is...
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    Re: The BDAnon post archive

    While able to be guessed from the context but for those - like me - who don't know what a LARPer is:

    A LARPer is someone pretending to be something they're really not.

    derives from Live...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    I am afraid that there is another 2 years and 2 months before there is a state election in Victoria - which means we have a lot longer than 6 months to put up with Dan Andrews who probably will go...
  11. Re: Covid-19 (and flu!) Treatment and Prevention

    I'd be careful with taking Tea tree oil internally.

    https://www.teatreewonders.com/eating-or-drinking-tea-tree-oil.html
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    Re: The BDAnon post archive

    In this thread The first Chinese time traveller on the internet
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?109419-The-first-Chinese-time-traveller-on-the-internet

    A man claiming to be a...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    [/QUOTE]while most of this is true not all is

    No visitors allowed in your home. your partner is allowed to visit if you live apart

    Shutting down all businesses - many businesses are still...
  14. Re: Covid-19 (and flu!) Treatment and Prevention

    The Australian government will completely ignore it
  15. Re: Mother Mary in Bosnia, messages and secrets

    Interesting painting! You have Virgo the Virgin, and Taurus the Bull. Only Capricorn the Goat is missing to complete the earth triplicity unless its one of the constellations in the sky behind
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    They have done 2 million tests with 17,000 positive reuslts which is a very small percentage. There have been 334 deaths in Victoria. 75% from aged care homes. ie people in their 80s and 90s....
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    Re: Any Weird Dreams?

    Good to hear Iancorgi. Doesnt matter if you are no REmbrandt, it's about the feelings and associations that arise when you put something to paper (or smartboard).
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    Re: Any Weird Dreams?

    Hi Bill

    sorry to hear that Mara is having a tough time

    dream could mean you are depressed about Mara
    or
    time to get in touch with your doggy side. Long walks and chasing rabbits!

    ¤=[Post...
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    Re: Any Weird Dreams?

    it might mean you need to strike out on your own path and not follow the crowd or what everyone else is doing

    or the opposite - that you need to get in synch with other people around you that...
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    Re: Any Weird Dreams?

    this is a very beautiful dream.. it starts in the early morning so suggests a new day, something new. you are stopped at the red light - when you pause you get to appreciate the vista before you. the...
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