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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    That's OK Violet, there's no unfinished business there, except as a very useful handle. We all have our stuff that makes us tick :).
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    bevreemdend: I like it; will have to save that one for a rainy day :)[/QUOTE]
    We've had a few more heavy showers here. The rain doesn't seem to be getting to California, unless they've found...
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    Re: Unicef Alien commercial: what's that about?

    It's perfectly on topic Selkie for me to tell you I agree with both of the above. My apologies if I gave you to think otherwise.
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    Re: Unicef Alien commercial: what's that about?

    Thanks Paula, I've fixed it: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?69656-The-Unenlightened-Thread-Demystifying-the-Apple&p=812276&viewfull=1#post812276
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    Re: Unicef Alien commercial: what's that about?

    I really think we need to see the good in things and forget about the evil agendas – this is in fact the moral of this whole story. Kids like an apple and they generally have no colour issues with...
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    Yes. That was formulated by the highly respected astrophysicist Sir Fred Hoyle, and others, as early as 1948. Despite quite a lot of criticism from peers, Sir Fred never abandoned his thesis. (It's...
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    Re: Spoonbending (how to!)

    Given that the method is now public there is zero chance of becoming a milliionaire, and every chance of gettting locked up. If as they the first sign of madness is talking to an inanimate object,...
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    Re: Simon Parkes says: Blue Avians? NO!

    This is not off-topic in my view, although a rather tardy response to a misperception of who I consider myself to be (my apologies for the delayed reply). Delight suggested I am an alien, in some...
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    Re: Am I expecting too much?

    Yes, I know, dear Callista. But like any useful saying, this one is paradoxical and operates on multiple levels. It sees enlightenment from the viewpoint of the stillness and unchangingness of...
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    Re: Am I expecting too much?

    I don’t want to rain on anyone’s parade either, but honestly, ‘chop wood, carry water, pick berries’ strikes me as a very inadequate, retrograde approach that has got us this far but no further –...
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    Re: Corey Goode's claim of "time-regression"

    I mentioned the novelist Robbe-Grillet above. Here is a lecture he gave in the US explaining the interweaving of fiction and autobiography from the perspective of one who is explicitly not pretending...
  12. Re: The Corey Goode affair: various updates from David Wilcock

    Your not the only one there Carmondy ...

    I have always wondered why Mr Ryan personally post the original interview on the forum in the first place... Especially since Christine conducted the...
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    Re: Scientists Create Human Brain

    A very neat definition of the warmonger's brain, I'd say.
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    Re: Corey Goode's claim of "time-regression"

    The point of my earlier post was to suggest that we are not operating on the plane of physical ‘reality’ at all, but on another, parallel, non-physical narrative plane – some kind of limbo, or...
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    Re: Corey Goode's claim of "time-regression"

    If you take the time element out of reincarnation, you are left with a number of parallel lives with any number of possible interferences or interconnections c>a’ e<y etc.

    Life n ...
  16. Re: Ghost Plane Seen by Many Over English Countryside

    There seems to be a disagreement over the sound/soundlessness: George Furnace heard it before he saw it. We often get WWII planes over Normandy. Only last month we had one flew just over the house...
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    Re: Simon Parkes says: Blue Avians? NO!

    That ET clip is the hollowed [edit: read Hollywood] version of reality. The bookcase, symbolizing acquired knowledge, just folds up like a pack of cards. The symbolism of that is the sudden...
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    Re: Simon Parkes says: Blue Avians? NO!

    Why are people not prepared for a ‘transformation’? Because they are rightly wary of submitting to outside control, even for good. This holds not just for ETs but for surgeons as well. The video you...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    bevreemdend: I like it; will have to save that one for a rainy day :)
  20. Re: Project Camelot - Clark McClelland & Project Paperclip

    I have another difficulty, with regard to Clark McClelland, whom I accept as a true whistle-blower in dire financial straits and who needs help. This has nothing to do with acceptance or otherwise of...
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