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

    I got a bald spot on the back of my head. It is perfectly round about the size of a silver dollar. Otherwise I have a full head of hair. Don't know exactly when it happened but I noticed it about six...
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    Poll: Re: Do you believe in God ?

    I prefer to believe in the truth...
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    Poll: Re: Do you believe in God ?

    My relationship with god has changed over the years. If I had to describe it in a few words I would say it has been a very one-sided affair.

    For the first forty years of my life I thought of God...
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    In the beginning there was the void.
    And into this void came the Word.

    A vibration so perfect it organized the void through the creation of a conscious membrane, an ever changing fractal...
  5. Re: Targeted Individuals: experiences, problems and solutions

    This world might be a simulation, as many believe it is.

    It also might be real.

    It might be that there are other realities more encompassing, where our world is only one side of a larger...
  6. Re: Controversial but Simple Experiment Exposing Chemtrails Everyone Can Do!

    Here in Toronto the spraying continues. I don't need an experiment to understand this.

    The starburst pattern has been a mainstay here for a long time.

    There is also energy being pumped into the...
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    Re: Is James Gilliland a Cosmic Conman?

    I see it more as type matching. Some personalities mesh, some don't. It can also be about timing - the wrong place at the wrong time. Any of these can lead to alarm bells ringing and suspicions...
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    Re: Astronomy - the science of the very big

    Thanks Mathew. That is one video that must change a person's overall perspective to the idea of 'solar system'.

    The reason for our old view of the solar system is because of the way science...
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    Re: An Exhaustion setting in

    The exhaustion spoken of was something I have attributed to getting older. Everyone always says they have no energy like they had when they were young. I found the opposite. As I got older my...
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    Re: Ten years plus on Avalon!

    I am so glad I continued my education here at Avalon.

    Not only have I learned a lot about numerous interesting topics, I have also learned a lot about myself.

    I am not the man who came here...
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    Re: Hypersonic Missiles, and how they work

    Society as we know it cannot survive even a limited nuclear exchange.

    Imagine that such a little thing as a mild flu has brought our systems to the brink of collapse. The repercussion of poor...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    Kinda funny or cute here and now...

    Met up with an old friend yesterday. It was for business but over the years I have come to know his entire family and they know me.

    So when we were done, on...
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    Re: Calm before the storm but where to go?

    It seems to me that the new normal is all about the old normal having run its course.

    The system has tracks or grooves that stratifies society into various segments based on credit.

    There are...
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    Re: What is Time?

    some questions are rhetorical, designed to make one think

    like a koan of Zen fame
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    Re: Astronomy - the science of the very big

    I understand the whole thing about the 'dark' explanations to wiggle around the missing mass problems but I've not encountered any of the issues regarding solar system and planetary formation through...
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    Re: What is Time?

    Time is a convenience so that everything doesn't happen at once, which is just as valid.

    Did the Source think a Thought so comprehensive it encompasses even this question at this time?

    Did that...
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    Re: Astronomy - the science of the very big

    According to my best understanding, the moon has been found to be composed of the same stuff as the earth's crust. And the leading moon formation scenario is the 'double impact' theory, where some...
  18. Re: Describe "Freedom" in no more than 3 sentences

    Freedom in the human form is not possible. The best that can be expected is that the individual is unfettered by excessive overreach by the society they live in. In that context freedom becomes a...
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    Re: Astronomy - the science of the very big

    If you get up early enough, Venus is clearly visible to the east just before sunrise. It is in its 'morning star' phase.

    At the same time, Mars dominates the sky and the washed out stars (because...
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    Re: World Peace

    Recent events and another thread has prompted a return interest in Peace and how to attain it.

    The Green New Deal, Great Reset, Agenda 2030, Climate Change, are calling cards employed by various...
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