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    Hi Bill

    Seems to me you have travelled the world....hence my easy questions

    1) Which countries and its customs / people did you find "odd" if any?
    2) Which countries would you still like to experience?

    And lastly for now.

    3) DO you have a "Bucket list" as per the 2007 movie? If you do, would you like to share it with us, please?
    Life is good, almost always !

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    I have another fun question for you Bill. It seems you like those 60's rock bands just like I do. What do you think about Dave McGowan's research about 60's counter culture and everything that happened in Laurel Canyon and around it? Do you think that it really was an CIA-operation (or some 3-letter agency) and that everything that's now happening in music business is exactly what was on their plan.

    Personally, I'm really starting to believe that Dave was really on to something. Big time.
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    What's your take on Alistair Crowley and his writings?
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    Thanks Bill for opening yourself to questions and for the very sincere answers you have given. I have a couple of questions. You once refused a flat earther admittance to the forum despite the fact you thought this person had genuine qualities. Why? The second question is how do you gauge the character of people asking for membership from what they write when applying?
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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by devplan (here)
    ...
    How would you consider a spiritual being without body could administer personal regression?
    And as spiritual being would there be any need for regression because a being would shed off all accumulated karma (or charge)?
    How a spiritual being WITHOUT a body can do this kind of thing is a great question. They can, 100% for sure, but they wouldn't have a biofeedback meter (which is what these devices are) to help guide them. (And it's definitely a significant help.)
    There's got to be a connection. Feels like that statement might have multiple meanings ...

    I feel as if I got regressed by something inside my head. The impression I got was that the spiritual thing (without a body) was actually inside of my body (bleccch!!). It's just a guess because that's how I felt - I know it's gross.

    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    And that's another great question whether a spiritual being without a body would have the same kind of amnesia as humans have — which I think is what you're asking. My best answer is that I think the amnesia that affects us is a by-product of the body (or, maybe, the human body). I do believe that a discarnate spiritual being would NOT have amnesia. But I don't know for certain.
    I'm so happy people are questioning this kind of thing! Makes sense to me. I remember thinking "I could think a lot better if I didn't have a brain" and that just made me laugh, because stupid as it sounds, I feel like that's true.

    Quote Posted by avatar (here)
    I am stunned that you are opening yourself up to questions in this manner.
    Wow
    I am too. I feel sorry for Bill (lol) but then I remember he asked for it!

    I imagine Bill standing there with a big target on his shirt, and the words on his shirt say "Here I am, come and get me!"

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    It seems lately I’ve gotten several new followers on Twitter that are from Turkey. Thoughts?
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    Quote Posted by KingJamesCorona (here)
    Mr.Ryan threat level wise, do you see this cult remaining a threat (physical or otherwise) ?
    The question, from this thread, referred to Corey Goode, Jordan Sather, et al, pertaining to the recent 'doxxing' (illegal publishing of private personal information), and more.

    The answer is Yes. They're vicious, 100% self-serving, and dangerous.
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    Quote Posted by WhiteFeather (here)
    Two more....Thanks again for answering and taking your time in giving your thoughts on some really great questions.
    1. Who do you think actually constructed the pyramids in Egypt?

    I think the surviving remnants of the Atlanteans (whose great civilization was destroyed in the great North-American-then-global Younger-Dryas cataclysm described in detail by Graham Hancock, and now being confirmed by mainstream science). They relocated to the Middle East and Mesopotamia, with the knowledge and technology they still possessed but which has now been lost. Nothing to do with ETs.

    Of course, it's definitely possible the pyramids might have been built by that global civilization before the cataclysm. My feeling is the former (my paragraph above), but of course that's only just a feeling, and may be quite wrong.

    It also has to be possible that the real history will eventually come to public light, some of which may already be known (and concealed) by Dr Zahi Hawass and the Egyptian authorities, for reasons of their own.

    2. The validity and or credibility of Simon Parkes in your opinion/words. Was he an actual experiencer, and does his character exemplify the truth? If you can briefly, thanks.

    I'd suggest that anyone with any questions about Simon Parkes should read this thread. I support every word that's been written there. At first, I and the other moderators maintained a neutral ground, as the allegations were just that: allegations, which might have been unsubstantiated smears.
    But when detailed testimony started to be reported, the situation became very clear. He's a sexual predator on some of his female clients, is no therapist or counselor worthy of the name, and in my opinion nothing he says or claims can be 100% trusted any more.
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    Quote Posted by JohanB (here)
    Hi Bill
    Seems to me you have travelled the world....hence my easy questions
    1) Which countries and its customs / people did you find "odd" if any?

    Well, I've not really 'traveled the world'. But I did once do a tally, and I have actually visited over 40 countries at one point or another — but some of them only briefly.

    I don't think any countries or people are particularly odd! (But from an alien perspective, we might ALL be very odd. )

    2) Which countries would you still like to experience?

    I've visited Russia a couple of times, and found it a wonderful country with wonderful people. I'd definitely like to spend more time there.

    I've never been to Bhutan. That's the last unspoiled mountain kingdom. It's a kind of real-world, real-time Shangri-La, in many ways. It's hard to get to, and VERY expensive to travel in — because of the very heavy taxes levied on tourists. (Legitimately so, too.)

    If I had a time machine, I'd like to return to Tibet before the Chinese invasion, occupation, and destruction. There are still parts of Western Tibet, though, that are among the hardest places to travel to on Planet Earth, and which very few westerners have ever seen.

    That was the location of the real 'Shambhala', an actual place called Shang-Shung, but now heavily mythologized, that I lived in myself for four lifetimes between AD 820-975. I have clear memories. See my post #51 on this thread:

    3) Do you have a "Bucket list" as per the 2007 movie? If you do, would you like to share it with us, please?

    Wow, what an interesting question.
    Not really, or else I'd find it easy to answer without thinking much.

    My best answer is that there are a bunch of friends, scattered across the world, that either I've never actually met in person, or haven't seen for very many years. Meeting them, or meeting them again, would be all I'd ever want to do that I've not done.

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    Quote Posted by muxfolder (here)
    I have another fun question for you Bill. It seems you like those 60's rock bands just like I do. What do you think about Dave McGowan's research about 60's counter culture and everything that happened in Laurel Canyon and around it? Do you think that it really was an CIA-operation (or some 3-letter agency) and that everything that's now happening in music business is exactly what was on their plan.

    Personally, I'm really starting to believe that Dave was really on to something. Big time.
    Dave McGowan's excellent research on the history of all the musicians in Laurel Canyon is here: the first is the compilation from his website articles, and the second is the book itself. They're not 100% identical, but of course are very similar.
    1. http://avalonlibrary.net/ebooks/Dave...e%20Canyon.pdf
    2. http://avalonlibrary.net/ebooks/Davi...ie%20Dream.pdf
    It's fascinating stuff to read. My only comment is that if one steps back and looks carefully, there are MANY bands and musicians that are never mentioned in his work and don't seem to be implicated. But some of them do seem to have been planted, and/or manipulated, yes.

    Regarding what's NOW happening in the music business, see this video. 'Nuff said. (And DO please watch this. It's a strong video of quite some brilliance.)


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    What's your take on Alistair Crowley and his writings?
    I've never actually read any of his works. I suspect he was one of very many, but he just became a 'celebrity', so to speak.

    Black Magic is definitely a reality. The alluring self-serving temptations for some people are considerable and apparently irresistible.

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    Quote Posted by Trisher (here)
    Thanks Bill for opening yourself to questions and for the very sincere answers you have given. I have a couple of questions. You once refused a flat earther admittance to the forum despite the fact you thought this person had genuine qualities. Why? The second question is how do you gauge the character of people asking for membership from what they write when applying?
    Trisher
    The question about the 'Flat Earther' applicant who was sincere, clearly a very nice person, but who we eventually declined, is interesting. If I remember right [I've not actually looked this up in the archives to check] we invited him to communicate more, but I don't believe he ever replied.

    We've not changed the membership application form since you applied, as did most members reading this. (The application process was introduced in late 2010, so there are a few longstanding members who were 'imported' from the old forum, and who never 'applied'.)

    We've NOT changed it at all simply because it seems to work pretty well. It just paints a picture of someone's personality and values. The criterion the mods often use (and this is not a joke) is to ask ourselves the question: "Would we want to sit down and share a pot of coffee with this person?"

    I don't make the decisions myself.
    That never happens. We all vote, equally. When a potential new member applies, a new thread is auto-generated by the software in the moderators' section, complete with a poll. The poll has three options:
    1. Yes.
    2. No.
    3. 'Too Thin' (meaning, there's just not enough here for us to make a good decision, in which case the applicant is invited to kindly re-apply with a little more information.)
    The mods often have a unanimous vote, but definitely not always. Sometimes it's really quite split. The call is usually made by Debra, but sometimes by Paul or Billy. Very rarely by anyone else (this is just traditional in the team) — and never by myself.

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    Quote Posted by Elpis (here)
    It seems lately I’ve gotten several new followers on Twitter that are from Turkey. Thoughts?
    None at all! I'm not qualified to comment. I'm not on Twitter, and have no intention of diving in into that particular social media mincing machine.

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    Quote Posted by muxfolder (here)
    I have another fun question for you Bill. It seems you like those 60's rock bands just like I do. What do you think about Dave McGowan's research about 60's counter culture and everything that happened in Laurel Canyon and around it? Do you think that it really was an CIA-operation (or some 3-letter agency) and that everything that's now happening in music business is exactly what was on their plan.

    Personally, I'm really starting to believe that Dave was really on to something. Big time.
    Dave McGowan's excellent research on the history of all the musicians in Laurel Canyon is here: the first is the compilation from his website articles, and the second is the book itself. They're not 100% identical, but of course are very similar.
    1. http://avalonlibrary.net/ebooks/Dave...e%20Canyon.pdf
    2. http://avalonlibrary.net/ebooks/Davi...ie%20Dream.pdf
    It's fascinating stuff to read. My only comment is that if one steps back and looks carefully, there are MANY bands and musicians that are never mentioned in his work and don't seem to be implicated. But some of them do seem to have been planted, and/or manipulated, yes.

    Regarding what's NOW happening in the music business, see this video. 'Nuff said. (And DO please watch this. It's a strong video of quite some brilliance.)

    That video you posted above was exactly why I decided to ask you about this. And I must say I agree 100% with Paul Joseph Watson. Well, I've been actually agreeing with his thoughts last 20 years to be exact. But myself being musician, it's bit harder. Especially now.
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    Which Avalon member would you like to start a thread and on what subject?

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    Which Avalon member would you like to start a thread and on what subject?
    That's a really great question (a creative one!) — and a very hard one to answer. I've given this question more thought than any other so far.

    I know that many Avalon members (including some who have very recently joined) have very, very interesting personal stories to tell. But those stories are so sensitive that I can't possibly name them. It has to be their private choice whether to ever share them, even in a members only section. We do have a whole community of very extraordinary people here.

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    Hi Bill, I read on a different thread here, you replied here "Svali is one of the most important (and utterly real) Illuminati whistleblowers."

    Svali in the end of the OP is saying "I ask that all Christians join in prayer that this type of occultic activity would be stopped."

    -Do you also think her perspective on Christians praying could help to stop the activities is a realistic one?
    -If yes, how so?
    -If no, why not?
    -Why do you think she is specifically asking Christians to join in prayer and not just everyone from all different religions?

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    Quote Posted by Slobbe (here)
    Hi Bill, I read on a different thread here, you replied here "Svali is one of the most important (and utterly real) Illuminati whistleblowers."

    Svali in the end of the OP is saying "I ask that all Christians join in prayer that this type of occultic activity would be stopped."

    -Do you also think her perspective on Christians praying could help to stop the activities is a realistic one?
    -If yes, how so?
    -If no, why not?
    -Why do you think she is specifically asking Christians to join in prayer and not just everyone from all different religions?
    Yes, I think prayer can sometimes work. But very largely, I'd contend that's what WE do ourselves (knowingly or unknowingly) — as distinct from an omnipotent parent-figure magically making everything all right for us.

    I believe that's a slightly unhealthy (and self-disempowering) fantasy. No disrespect is meant to anyone reading this who may have a strong Christian faith. Truly. But sometimes, it really is like a child calling out for a parent to deal with all the troubles and problems that the child can't handle. They just have to ask very, very nicely, and then start hoping. There's very little personal power (or responsibility) in that.

    My view is that the reason prayer can work is that (a) we can sometimes tap into our own magical power as co-creators (which is potentially significant: each one of us can be a miracle-worker, but that ability is usually VERY hard to access), and (b) just occasionally, there are helpful discarnate spirits that can and are willing to assist.

    The potential efficacy can't be confined to Christians. That seems self-evident. One can't have a formalized religion that claims to represent all humankind yet is also in a way elitist, discounting or dismissing all other faiths, cultures, beliefs and traditions. Jesus himself would never have done that.


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    Bill, I have been thoroughly enjoying this thread. Who have/has been the most influential people/person in your life? My apologies if this has already been asked and answered, I’ve tried to stay updated but I might have missed it! There’s been some excellent topics here. Thanks 😊

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    Default Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Bill, what are your thoughts on Truman Cash's research? His and his interviewees recount multiple lifetimes being interfered with by all the main ET groups, the 'pleiadians', the greys, the reptilians and the mantids.

    Do you have any past, or between, life recollections of ETs interfering with your incarnation process?

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