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    I have a Facebook page called the 41 Virgins and would like to post these links. Is that ok? I am targeted by the Conceptions and Garas.

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    I have a Facebook page called the 41 Virgins and would like to post these links. Is that ok? I am targeted by the Conceptions and Garas.
    Yes, for sure — I guess we may learn more about who the 'Conceptions and Garas' are. Make sure you explain the context carefully and rationally, and post it in the most appropriate place. (Probably the Targeted Individuals section.)

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    Would like to hear your impressions of the Hoagland/Farrell discussion posted here: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1355030
    ...when you've had a chance to listen.
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    Hi Bill,

    If you don't mind saying, where were you born? And have you ever lived in New Zealand?
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    Quote Posted by NewParadigmGuy (here)
    Hi Bill,

    If you don't mind saying, where were you born? And have you ever lived in New Zealand?
    I was born in London, but soon after went to spend most of the first 8 years of my life in Nigeria and Ghana, where my father was working.

    And no (sadly!), I've never been to New Zealand, a most beautiful country. When I was in my early 20s, I had the offer of a teaching job there, but instead opted to take up a job in Canada. (Maybe one of those Sliding Doors things. )

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    Would like to hear your impressions of the Hoagland/Farrell discussion posted here: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1355030
    ...when you've had a chance to listen.
    Thanks.
    Thanks for the question!

    Some folks (on this thread about the interview) objected to Richard Hoagland's long introduction. Actually, I had no problems with that — after all, it's his radio show, and rather like his personal audio blog.

    There were a few things I noted. I like Richard, and have spent some time with him, but he's way off the page with his obsession with tetrahedrons. He really does seem them everywhere!

    Regarding finding tetrahedral shapes in the new coronavirus, that's just pure imagined nonsense. A virus isn't a little solid thing, with angles that can be measured like a miniature nano-death star. Here's a good description, from page 22 of the PDF of Richard Preston's excellent book Crisis in the Red Zone:
    One way to understand viruses is to think about them as biological machines. A virus is a wet nanomachine, a tiny, complicated, slightly fuzzy mechanism, which is rubbery, flexible, wobbly, and often a little bit imprecise in its operation — a microscopic nugget of squishy parts.

    Viruses are subtle, logical, tricky, reactive, devious, opportunistic. They are constantly evolving, their forms steadily changing as time passes. Like all kinds of life, viruses possess a relentless drive to reproduce themselves so that they can persist through time.

    I'm also as sure as I can be that there's nothing there to do with any kind of AI or nano-engineering. It's BIO-engineering, which is quite different.

    There's an insertion in the virus that's a real smoking gun (I'll upload an image when I have access to the Avalon server again!), but that's an RNA sequence. It can be seen at exactly 19:27 in Chris Martenson's video below. Every honest virologist would know this.

    Martenson is now convinced this is engineered, and he's an extremely bright guy. His explanation of the insertion is the best I've seen on the net, a detailed exposition about the engineered "Gain of Function". He enlarges on this further a few days later.


    What DID catch my interest for a minute or two was Farrell's remark at 28:00 in the interview (the mp3 is below) that the European Space Agency had recently announced that they'd cancelled their new Mars probe because of the coronavirus. (Huh??)

    I started speculating (rather wildly!) that this might be because the humans on Mars (there's a base there) might be infected, and then there's another problem. (Mars has to stay quarantined!) But after a moment's thought, that seemed very highly unlikely.

    Not because there are no humans there (there are), but because any virus on or in the probe would be fried to a crisp by the intense UV. No way would it survive the long flight in deep space. And any humans there would simply be ordered not to go near the probe. But still, it was a fun thought for a few moments.

    A reference for the story is here (12 March), but the article didn't mention any coronavirus link. I suspect the explanation is prosaic: with the current lockdown, they simply didn't have the manpower on hand to to all the pre-launch testing.

    Here's the Hoagland-Farrell interview:

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    Hello Bill,

    May I ask....

    What is your idea of perfect happiness?

    What is your greatest fear?

    Which living person do you most admire?

    What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?

    What is the trait you most deplore in others?

    What has been your most embarrassing moment?

    What is your greatest extravagance?

    What objects do you always carry with you?

    What makes you depressed?

    What is your most unappealing habit?

    What is your favourite word?

    What do you consider the most overrated virtue?

    What single thing would improve the quality of your life?

    How would you like to be remembered?

    What is the most important lesson life has taught you?

    If you had a superpower, what would it be?

    Tell us something not many people know?

    Finally, tell us a joke....

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    Quote Posted by Le Chat (here)
    Hello Bill,

    May I ask....

    What is your idea of perfect happiness?

    What is your greatest fear?

    Which living person do you most admire?

    What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?

    What is the trait you most deplore in others?

    What has been your most embarrassing moment?

    What is your greatest extravagance?

    What objects do you always carry with you?

    What makes you depressed?

    What is your most unappealing habit?

    What is your favourite word?

    What do you consider the most overrated virtue?

    What single thing would improve the quality of your life?

    How would you like to be remembered?

    What is the most important lesson life has taught you?

    If you had a superpower, what would it be?

    Tell us something not many people know?

    Finally, tell us a joke....
    Oh my goodness...
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    Oh my goodness, indeed!!!

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    Sorry, maybe I shouldn't have posted it as no one seems to like the idea....

    From Bill:
    No, it was a great idea! I was just a little late posting my reply below because I spent a long time searching for a photo of my Q-Link Energy Pendant.

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    Quote Posted by Le Chat (here)
    Hello Bill,

    May I ask....
    I think you deserve a prize for those questions. I'd better answer them quick before too many members start posting "Oh My Goodness!"

    What is your idea of perfect happiness?
    Roped rock climbing with a close trusted friend in a well-controlled environment (no genuine danger!) in sunshine in idyllic surroundings. I'm blessed to have been in that situation many times.
    What is your greatest fear?
    To die alone.
    Which living person do you most admire?
    A close friend, whom I've known for decades, who currently lives in Switzerland. Just the most remarkable, focused, heartfelt, proactive person, with remarkable spiritual gifts. No-one will know her name.
    What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?
    Wow, "deplore" is a strong word! Nothing in myself seems to go quite that far.
    What is the trait you most deplore in others?
    Betrayal of trust. In some cases, "deplore" has seemed to be fitting.
    What has been your most embarrassing moment?
    Well, most have been lighthearted ones. This anecdote might also qualify for the "joke" category below, except that it's a true story.
    I was taking what in the UK is known as the "Advanced Driving Test". You get a special license, that qualifies you for cheaper insurance. You have 12 hours of instruction with a police driving instructor (safe, high-speed chases, and all that kind of thing). I took it twice. This is what happened the first time.

    I'd made a few mistakes, and I knew it. You're asked things like "What was that road sign you just passed 10 seconds ago?" — and are expected to answer in detail. You also have to do a continuous vocalized running monologue of everything in your thoughts as you drive along, to show what you're noticing, anticipating, preparing for, etc etc. It's quite something.

    At the end, when we were parked up after the 90 minute test, the examiner looked in the side pocket of his door. He saw a book I had, which was titled: "How to pass your Advanced Driving Test". He picked it up and looked at it curiously.

    "What did you think of the book?"
    he asked.

    "Oh, I didn't think it was that good, actually",
    I answered.

    "I WROTE THAT BOOK," he told me.

    I passed the test the second time, a month later.

    What is your greatest extravagance?
    Fresh pineapple and cream.
    What objects do you always carry with you?
    I always wear a Q-Link Energy Pendant, day and night. It's 12 or 13 years old (the design has been changed now) and I'll post a photo of it later.

    What makes you depressed?
    Nothing at all. Really. That just never happens.
    What is your most unappealing habit?
    Of all the questions, that one made me think the hardest. That's the kind of thing someone else might have to answer!
    What is your favourite word?
    And that's pretty hard, as well. 'Favourite' may not really apply, but when reading over my posts and emails before sending, I do notice I edit out way too many 'very's sometimes.
    What do you consider the most overrated virtue?
    In general in people? Well, here are Aristotle's Twelve Virtues:
    1. Courage
    2. Liberality
    3. Temperance
    4. Magnificence
    5. Magnanimity
    6. Ambition
    7. Patience
    8. Friendliness
    9. Truthfulness
    10. Wit
    11. Modesty
    12. Justice
    If one of those had to go, it'd have to be #6, Ambition.

    What single thing would improve the quality of your life?
    Besides a bunch of funds to continue to improve the house here (100 years old, needing all kinds of things all the time), and (at some point!) something to eventually replace my 34-year old Izuzu Trooper — probably someone to go hiking with regularly, and share quite a bit more time with personally.
    How would you like to be remembered?
    I think, being a good man who always tried quite hard to do the best thing if he could.
    What is the most important lesson life has taught you?
    To be kind and patient. I'm naturally patient, and always have been, but over the years I've done quite some work on being kind.
    If you had a superpower, what would it be?
    Just one? It'd be a tussle between being able to heal, resolve major problems at a distance, and dispel malevolent influences. (Sometimes, of course, all those are connected together.)
    Tell us something not many people know?
    On the subject of superpowers, back in 2015 I telekinetically moved my old Isuzu Trooper (see above!), which weighs a ton and a half, from a total standstill, where it had been all day, to walking pace on level, rough ground without touching it. I had to run and jump in the driver's seat to apply the handbrake. A true story.
    Finally, tell us a joke....
    Did you hear about the insomniac, dyslexic, agnostic, who couldn't sleep because they were wondering if there was a dog?


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    Oh my goodness!
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    Great answers Bill.

    What is your greatest fear?
    To die alone.

    You won't die Bill, you will move on up
    and you are never alone Bill, you are in all our hearts

    Love
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    Quote Posted by Sunny-side-up (here)
    Great answers Bill.

    What is your greatest fear?
    To die alone.

    You won't die Bill, you will move on up
    and you are never alone Bill, you are in all our hearts

    Love
    Alan

    I’m kind’a on the opposite side of the fence with it. It’s because I’m shy so when there are people around I tend to “come back”, fast as possible knowing the thing would cause a faux pas. It happened like that many times.

    Yes it’s important to have some supportive people around especially while we are alive. Touch the live energy, share the spirits. Even if it lasts only a blink of an eye.
    It’s an interesting phenomenon in itself that should not be quite desecrated.

    But if it’s my last week, day and hour( going to choose lol) i would choose the high mountain pass and look to the Sky and rest on the Mother Earth, embrace the Universe.

    Oh of course there’s always the problem of what to do with the dog lol


    Take the next plane to Madrid and don’t call the cops on yourself.


    Now that reads hopefully “in Jest”.



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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Tell us something not many people know?
    On the subject of superpowers, back in 2015 I telekinetically moved my old Isuzu Trooper (see above!), which weighs a ton and a half, from a total standstill, where it had been all day, to walking pace on level, rough ground without touching it. I had to run and jump in the driver's seat to apply the handbrake. A true story.
    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)

    Quote I can't know for sure if it was me, or Kathy, that did that. I'd strongly suspect it was her, as she'd been talking about her very terrible childhood experiences all evening.

    I sensed no malevolent presence, such as a poltergeist — which would have had to be a very big one! What I do think this shows is the immense potential psychic power we all have unharnessed within us.
    Dear Bill, what was the actual conclusion that finally made you certain it was you alone who caused "Pandora" to move? I've remembered that incident ever since you shared it.

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    Quote Posted by Magnus (here)
    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Tell us something not many people know?
    On the subject of superpowers, back in 2015 I telekinetically moved my old Isuzu Trooper (see above!), which weighs a ton and a half, from a total standstill, where it had been all day, to walking pace on level, rough ground without touching it. I had to run and jump in the driver's seat to apply the handbrake. A true story.
    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)

    Quote I can't know for sure if it was me, or Kathy, that did that. I'd strongly suspect it was her, as she'd been talking about her very terrible childhood experiences all evening.

    I sensed no malevolent presence, such as a poltergeist — which would have had to be a very big one! What I do think this shows is the immense potential psychic power we all have unharnessed within us.
    Dear Bill, what was the actual conclusion that finally made you certain it was you alone who caused "Pandora" to move? I've remembered that incident ever since you shared it.
    Thanks! Yes, at first I did think it was somehow her, but I've since come to believe it was more likely myself.

    Kathy wasn't even looking in that direction at the time (she had her back to the door with the window in it, and can't have had any attention at all on the vehicle), while I was looking straight at it, very clearly, when it started to move all on its own.

    But yes, Kathy had been talking about her extreme experiences all evening, and of course I was deeply "in" that with her, inasmuch as I was listening and empathizing for hours. So both she and I were clearly in some kind of altered state — for lack of any better term to use.
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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by Magnus (here)
    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Tell us something not many people know?
    On the subject of superpowers, back in 2015 I telekinetically moved my old Isuzu Trooper (see above!), which weighs a ton and a half, from a total standstill, where it had been all day, to walking pace on level, rough ground without touching it. I had to run and jump in the driver's seat to apply the handbrake. A true story.
    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)

    Quote I can't know for sure if it was me, or Kathy, that did that. I'd strongly suspect it was her, as she'd been talking about her very terrible childhood experiences all evening.

    I sensed no malevolent presence, such as a poltergeist — which would have had to be a very big one! What I do think this shows is the immense potential psychic power we all have unharnessed within us.
    Dear Bill, what was the actual conclusion that finally made you certain it was you alone who caused "Pandora" to move? I've remembered that incident ever since you shared it.
    Thanks! Yes, at first I did think it was somehow her, but I've since come to believe it was more likely myself.

    Kathy wasn't even looking in that direction at the time (she had her back to the door with the window in it, and can't have had any attention at all on the vehicle), while I was looking straight at it, very clearly, when it started to move all on its own.

    But yes, Kathy had been talking about her extreme experiences al evening, and of course I was deeply "in" that with her, inasmuch as I was listening and empathizing for hours. So both she and I were clearly in some kind of altered state — for lack of any better term to use.
    That is a wonderful description, but in this regard I'm also interested to know your stance towards her history, in other words do you feel we can discount third party involvement such as a demonic entity? Asking out of curiosity.

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    I absolutely respect if you don't want to divulge the answer.
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    Hello Bill,

    May I ask....

    What is your idea of perfect happiness?

    What is your greatest fear?

    Which living person do you most admire?

    What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?

    What is the trait you most deplore in others?

    What has been your most embarrassing moment?

    What is your greatest extravagance?

    What objects do you always carry with you?

    What makes you depressed?

    What is your most unappealing habit?

    What is your favourite word?

    What do you consider the most overrated virtue?

    What single thing would improve the quality of your life?

    How would you like to be remembered?

    What is the most important lesson life has taught you?

    If you had a superpower, what would it be?

    Tell us something not many people know?

    Finally, tell us a joke....
    Le Chat : I am curious. Is that based on a Proust questionnaire ?
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    Quote Tell us something not many people know?
    On the subject of superpowers, back in 2015 I telekinetically moved my old Isuzu Trooper (see above!), which weighs a ton and a half, from a total standstill, where it had been all day, to walking pace on level, rough ground without touching it. I had to run and jump in the driver's seat to apply the handbrake. A true story.
    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)

    Quote I can't know for sure if it was me, or Kathy, that did that. I'd strongly suspect it was her, as she'd been talking about her very terrible childhood experiences all evening.

    I sensed no malevolent presence, such as a poltergeist — which would have had to be a very big one! What I do think this shows is the immense potential psychic power we all have unharnessed within us.
    Dear Bill, what was the actual conclusion that finally made you certain it was you alone who caused "Pandora" to move? I've remembered that incident ever since you shared it.
    Thanks! Yes, at first I did think it was somehow her, but I've since come to believe it was more likely myself.

    Kathy wasn't even looking in that direction at the time (she had her back to the door with the window in it, and can't have had any attention at all on the vehicle), while I was looking straight at it, very clearly, when it started to move all on its own.

    But yes, Kathy had been talking about her extreme experiences al evening, and of course I was deeply "in" that with her, inasmuch as I was listening and empathizing for hours. So both she and I were clearly in some kind of altered state — for lack of any better term to use.
    That is a wonderful description, but in this regard I'm also interested to know your stance towards her history, in other words do you feel we can discount third party involvement such as a demonic entity? Asking out of curiosity.
    No, we can't really discount that. But even traditional poltergeist activity is associated with humans (often children), so humans seem to have something to do with it. When I recounted the story in response to Le Chat's question, I really wanted to share the remarkable experience — not "take credit" for anything!

    My emphasis was always intended to merely try to describe what happened, which was extreme and physically impossible. I've never heard of any other "poltergeist" (or similar) activity that moved a heavy vehicle. A coffee cup flying around the kitchen is quite different!

    Of interest, maybe. There were other times when I had to move my old 4x4 a short way when (e.g.) the battery was flat. No way could I push it alone even with all my strength on the rough ground, and every time I had to resort to a cable winch.


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    Quote Posted by Le Chat (here)
    Hello Bill,

    May I ask....

    What is your idea of perfect happiness?

    What is your greatest fear?

    Which living person do you most admire?

    What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?

    What is the trait you most deplore in others?

    What has been your most embarrassing moment?

    What is your greatest extravagance?

    What objects do you always carry with you?

    What makes you depressed?

    What is your most unappealing habit?

    What is your favourite word?

    What do you consider the most overrated virtue?

    What single thing would improve the quality of your life?

    How would you like to be remembered?

    What is the most important lesson life has taught you?

    If you had a superpower, what would it be?

    Tell us something not many people know?

    Finally, tell us a joke....
    Le Chat : I am curious. Is that based on a Proust questionnaire ?
    Thank you for the questionnaire! It’s a nice coincidence, I’ve just learned that Plato used to change (or open) minds in debates via asking
    questions such as „what is justice?“

    Personally I’m also about to create a questionnaire for different areas of health and it seems there lurks a whole art and universe behind „asking a question.“ What is a question? An ion of a quest?

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

    Dearest Bill,
    I hope you are having a great day. Do you have a energy routine for yourself? Like meditating, feeling grounded, connected to the source? I think it might be going up that mountain with your lovely dog, but I am curious.

    Second question there’s a lot of people believing in Q-anon, some are building up anger. Do you think this might be a strategy to mislead us and divide us?

    Thank you for your time Bill, thank you for all the information and this community.

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