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    • Hugh Jackman on nature of God, Non-Duality, Bhagavad Gita, Death, Buddha, Krishna, Zen:


    disclaimer: nothing in this video is seen as "absolute" nor "fixed" by me ... just genuine wonderment, ponder & appreciating his insights.

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    Default Re: Hugh Jackman on nature of God, Non-Duality, Bhagavad Gita, Death, Buddha, Krishna, Zen

    A great man.
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    Default Re: Hugh Jackman on nature of God, Non-Duality, Bhagavad Gita, Death, Buddha, Krishna, Zen

    • Prime Creator is too big for ANY (man made) religion!
    Allow some of my "Metaphorical Thinking":

    ... the Masonic "Grand Architect of the Universe" G.A.O.T.U. is certainly NOT the beyond dualism Prime Creator but is symbolized as a triangle ("all seeing eye") manipulating the Source light and "carrying" the Light but it is a corrupted light. Luci-fer is NOT the Source but uses Luci (Latin for Light) "fer" bringer/carrier.

    Every corner of a triangle you have 60°+60°+60° degrees in numerology you can cancel the zeros thus seeing 666.

    cheers,
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    Default Re: Hugh Jackman on nature of God, Non-Duality, Bhagavad Gita, Death, Buddha, Krishna, Zen

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    Prime Creator is too big for ANY (man made) religion!
    This was so lovely to hear. I have used the Joe Dispenza meditations for a few years. There is an emphasis on feeling the space and being no one, no body, no place, no time. It works and one becomes familiar with a state of the unknown. One can "get" that feeling and the NEXT step is to maintain that POV while eyes are open with walking meditation and THEN one can move to maintaining that ALL the time. It is possible then to feel that connection while also even posting all about the current conditions one knows are antithetical.

    IMO there is JOY, LOVE, LIFE connection at any moment we realize God IS and NO THING here can separate us except our own inability to connect. I was talking to two neighbors yesterday. They are patriots. They are religious. They seem to see God in a "man somewhere" way and feel sure we are being PUNISHED by GOD. I of course did not say anything but at that moment I tuned into FEELING the immensity of LOVE and maybe it was a little communicated.

    Thanks for that video...

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    Default Re: Hugh Jackman on nature of God, Non-Duality, Bhagavad Gita, Death, Buddha, Krishna, Zen

    What a great man indeed.

    Lady Gaga, Winona Ryder, Hugh Jackman At "Devil's Haven".

    Bon Appetit Hugh Jackman:


    Hugh Jackman is known to attend perverted and satanic 'Spirit Cooking' dinners.



    another pic:
    https://www.google.de/imgres?imgurl=...MUziBXuM&itg=1

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    Default Re: Hugh Jackman on nature of God, Non-Duality, Bhagavad Gita, Death, Buddha, Krishna, Zen

    Quote Posted by uzn (here)
    What a great man indeed.

    Lady Gaga, Winona Ryder, Hugh Jackman At "Devil's Haven".

    Maybe Hugh Jackman was invited to something he did not know what it was really about and regrets going there later on ... keep in mind "celebrities" are invited everywhere and MAY not always mean they "must" be involved on "their level" in those things ... others LOVE to insinuate that by default.

    cheers,
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    Default Re: Hugh Jackman on nature of God, Non-Duality, Bhagavad Gita, Death, Buddha, Krishna, Zen

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    Quote Posted by uzn (here)
    What a great man indeed.

    Lady Gaga, Winona Ryder, Hugh Jackman At "Devil's Haven".

    Maybe Hugh Jackman was invited to something he did not know what it was really about and regrets going there later on ... keep in mind "celebrities" are invited everywhere and MAY not always mean they "must" be involved on "their level" in those things ... others LOVE to insinuate that by default.

    cheers,
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    Yes Jhon, I've seen this maneuver quite often. They lure some influential people and take pictures used them as an advertisement.

    the ultimate creator to me is the "ultimate source" in star wars "the Force'. God? i don't know where it comes from who invented it, what it is? It is best to describe the ultimate source as it is simply that no avatars no diversions. Nikola Tesla describes it as the "infinitesimal energy" . " The primary substance, thrown into infinitesimal whirls of prodigious velocity, becomes gross matter; the force subsiding, the motion ceases and matter disappears, reverting to the primary substance. Can Man control this grandest, most awe-inspiring of all processes in nature?" Quite what I imagine to be. Different kinds of waves interacting creates different matters, consciousness and all. The "createds" in turn creates a sub set of vibes which in turn creates. The process is too complex and yet simple seen from the top. Everything starts from that source energy, which to me is the ultimate creator. Not god or anything else. Everything abides by that prime source and is what it should be. That is why I believe that ultimate acceptance is the key to having a desireable existence. If we desire to change something them accept that desire and go as we will. I mean do things effortlessly no forcing. Just go with what our instincts tell us. That is why it is important to put self always in the relax/ peaceful state no fear no worries. In this state we are able to feel the primal energy that's directing us and go with it effiortlessly. And we can correctly guess what all this fear porn and nuicances is all about.
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    Default Re: Hugh Jackman on nature of God, Non-Duality, Bhagavad Gita, Death, Buddha, Krishna, Zen

    Quote Posted by uzn (here)
    What a great man indeed.

    Lady Gaga, Winona Ryder, Hugh Jackman At "Devil's Haven".

    Bon Appetit Hugh Jackman:


    Hugh Jackman is known to attend perverted and satanic 'Spirit Cooking' dinners.



    another pic:
    https://www.google.de/imgres?imgurl=...MUziBXuM&itg=1
    You are letting misinformation form your world and reality view, those pictures are actually for a satire experiment and made on purpose to criticize how people worship Hollywood stars.. It is an art installation

    This is the web site that started this trend that led to an art installation later on
    http://www.bitelabs.org/
    Quote EAT CELEBRITY MEAT
    BiteLabs grows meat from celebrity tissue samples and uses it to make artisanal salami.



    Quote Celebrity meat production requires less than 1% of the amount of land needed for traditional farming
    Here's a satire video, made in "green" because "Soylent green is people"


    LOL

    https://hackny.org/blog/2015/12/alum...eative-startup
    Quote Hello Velocity began in 2014 with the creation of a project: Bitelabs, a satirical marketing campaign advertising meat grown from celebrity tissue samples and made into artisanal salami. At that time, the three of us, Lukas Bentel, Kevin Wiesner and I were still 4th year students in the Brown | RISD Dual Degree Program. Having already collaborated on many art projects, from making large scale installations to building in-browser art games, we already had years of experience working with each other. But unlike those other projects, we knew Bitelabs was different.Within 2 weeks of launching the campaign, we were tweeted about tens of thousands of times and had been picked up by Wired, Vice, LA Times, Huffington Post, USA Today and many other international publications. We even got written about in the hardcopy of Time Magazine. Shortly after the campaign, we created “Hi Sorry We Died”, an anonymous art collective who would claim Bitelabs, which would eventually grow up to become Hello Velocity.What began as an art project about celebrity culture in the social age led us to larger question that we spent our final year of school trying to answer: how do ideas spread in the social age? After Bitelabs, we went on to create The McMass Project, an indiegogo campaign with the goal of raising 1 million dollars to buy a McDonalds franchise to put into a church, as well as Genecoin, a startup that wanted to store customer DNA into the bitcoin
    It is up for you to decide in the end, but this is very well documented, and just because someone took pictures of an art installation and repurposed to push a narrative, doesn't make it real

    Lady Gaga, Winona Ryder, Hugh Jackman At "Devil's Haven"
    https://www.hamptons.com/mobile/The-...l#.YFlS9EhKjRg

    I love how this is a perfect example on how misinformation and a narrative is created, you pick two separate things, write some falsehoods about it, then post it online and soon it turns "real"

    So, eating celebrity meat, and some pictures from an art installation at a gallery, for a public event that everyone knows about and can attend.. Mash (no pun intended ) them together and you have celebrities eating people on a satanic gathering
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    Quote Posted by ExomatrixTV (here)
    • Prime Creator is too big for ANY (man made) religion!
    Allow some of my "Metaphorical Thinking":

    ... the Masonic "Grand Architect of the Universe" G.A.O.T.U. is certainly NOT the beyond dualism Prime Creator but is symbolized as a triangle ("all seeing eye") manipulating the Source light and "carrying" the Light but it is a corrupted light. Luci-fer is NOT the Source but uses Luci (Latin for Light) "fer" bringer/carrier.

    Every corner of a triangle you have 60°+60°+60° degrees in numerology you can cancel the zeros thus seeing 666.

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    A great man.
    Why? Because he is an actor? Or because he expressed a thought or is he reading a script? Part of the problem in this world is we idolize men.
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    Why? Because he is an actor? Or because he expressed a thought or is he reading a script? Part of the problem in this world is we idolize men.
    It has nothing to do with him being an actor and we idolize men? I don't even know how to respond to that.

    I feel that Hugh has his heart in the right place, I think it's obvious to anyone who listens to his words.
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    Why? Because he is an actor? Or because he expressed a thought or is he reading a script? Part of the problem in this world is we idolize men.
    It has nothing to do with him being an actor and we idolize men? I don't even know how to respond to that.

    I feel that Hugh has his heart in the right place, I think it's obvious to anyone who listens to his words.


    I just trust no one anymore, especially a Hollywood type. People think because someone plays a role or....reads a script, that it makes them a good person.
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    A great man.
    Why? Because he is an actor? Or because he expressed a thought or is he reading a script? Part of the problem in this world is we idolize men.
    Guess you did not read my disclaimer I wrote below it at the same time I posted the video with Hugh Jackman ... because I knew some one eventually would say that! ... Being very pro-active for 31 years I tend to see patterns of (predictable) behavior & mannerisms when discussing/sharing controversial issues.

    Some one can be great and not idolized but just respected ... some one can share deeper insights and is still not idolized ... just appreciated for sharing his thoughts ... As we all can be great when we are in self-honesty!

    Some Christians assume by default when you "idolize" men but do not worship God you "must" be evil or "serving" evil ... Thus seeing everything as "idolizing" to fit the narrative of their (predictable) projected judgemental assumptions. (and I am speaking in general terms now).

    You suppose to "feel guilty" (as a sign of 'good behavior') if you have gifts or talents especially when others do not have the same gifts or talents ... So many people are discouraged not to be unique to stand out (being different) out of (projected) fear. And then you have parents telling their children they are "never good enough" over and over in so so many ways ... for years ... making them ultimately go depressive not allowing to live in self-honesty.
    • Any generalization for or against (including my own ones, as I am not perfect nor flawless), is not serving the full spectrum of the truth but only serves own limited assumptions.
    And yes Karen I also know your comment was not addressed to me personally, but to someone else ... I always love to stand up for some one who MAY not have the deeper psychological skills to decipher what might going on in any (heated) debate/discussion

    Do not assume I have the "end all be all" insights on anything (love to learn from all points of view) ... but at least I do not hide who I suppose to be anywhere anyplace.

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    Quote Posted by Karen (Geophyz) (here)
    Quote Posted by Wind (here)
    A great man.
    Why? Because he is an actor? Or because he expressed a thought or is he reading a script? Part of the problem in this world is we idolize men.
    Guess you did not read my disclaimer I wrote below it at the same time I posted the video with Hugh Jackman ... because I knew some one eventually would say that! ... Being very pro-active for 31 years I tend to see patterns of (predictable) behavior & mannerisms when discussing/sharing controversial issues.

    Some one can be great and not idolized but just respected ... some one can share deeper insights and is still not idolized ... just appreciated for sharing his thoughts ... As we all can be great when we are in self-honesty!

    Some Christians assume by default when you "idolize" men but do not worship God you "must" be evil or "serving" evil ... Thus seeing everything as "idolizing" to fit the narrative of their (predictable) projected judgemental assumptions. (and I am speaking in general terms now).

    You suppose to "feel guilty" (as a sign of 'good behavior') if you have gifts or talents especially when others do not have the same gifts or talents ... So many people are discouraged not to be unique to stand out (being different) out of (projected) fear. And then you have parents telling their children they are "never good enough" over and over in so so many ways ... for years ... making them ultimately go depressive not allowing to live in self-honesty.
    • Any generalization for or against (including my own ones, as I am not perfect nor flawless), is not serving the full spectrum of the truth but only serves own limited assumptions.
    And yes Karen I also know your comment was not addressed to me personally, but to someone else ... I always love to stand up for some one who MAY not have the deeper psychological skills to decipher what might going on in any (heated) debate/discussion

    Do not assume I have the "end all be all" insights on anything (love to learn from all points of view) ... but at least I do not hide who I suppose to be anywhere anyplace.

    That is why Project Avalon makes it so special to me.

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    March 23rd, 2021[/QUO

    I just think it is extremely foolish to believe someone is good because they are reading a script. But everyone has their opinion of who they should idolize.
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    I just think it is extremely foolish to believe someone is good because they are reading a script. But everyone has their opinion of who they should idolize.
    My default mode is: "Any living being no matter who you are is always BEYOND (more) what you project him or her to be".

    When you do that ... eventually you see beyond assumptions you have about me, us, him even yourself

    My whole life I have seen (metaphorical speaking) people who are always looking for the "hair in the soup" and when they claim to have found it they will not appreciate the soup anymore. This grumpy mentality will grow in almost everything in life. Taking the true appreciation away in so many things including trying to have an (attempted) effect on others if they follow the inserted/injected drama.


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    • Hugh Jackman on nature of God, Non-Duality, Bhagavad Gita, Death, Buddha, Krishna, Zen:


    disclaimer: nothing in this video is seen as "absolute" nor "fixed" by me ... just genuine wonderment, ponder & appreciating his insights.

    cheers,
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    Bumping the interview.

    When people listen to him, maybe they can feel something that resonates with their own ponderings. If people have not HEARD him, and just judged based on what they had thought about actors etc. that will be a loss. IMO he is like ME. He reinforces MY experience. It helps me hear from ANYONE who speaks this way. It is not because he is an actor but that he is a deeply introspective human.

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    Bumping the interview.

    When people listen to him, maybe they can feel something that resonates with their own ponderings. If people have not HEARD him, and just judged based on what they had thought about actors etc. that will be a loss. IMO he is like ME. He reinforces MY experience. It helps me hear from ANYONE who speaks this way. It is not because he is an actor but that he is a deeply introspective human.
    I forgot to say that too ... but I did not, as I thought (assumed) it is a "so obvious & common" insight/wisdom almost all 12,541+ Avalonians have.

    It seems, when Karen (Geophyz) asks why he is (in that video) great, and how she interpreted the word "great" ... her mind was already made up and she may not change that ever, thus (in my view) making any discussion about that moot

    cheers,
    John
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    He wrote:
    Wolverine’s healing ability can’t save me from Covid. But the vaccine can. Get it!

    Inspiring Idol he is. Get the poison jab my fans.
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    You can take numbers and manipulate them any which way you want , but it all depends on your perspective
    and what you want to see. Numbers are just numbers, and nothing more than numbers.
    Question Everything, always speak truth...

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    Just me, just my personal reaction, but I tend to watch what they do, not what they say. (That has served me well over the years, once I figured that out.)
    I have little knowledge of this man and his life, or how he lives it, though, so I really am not one to slot him in any way.

    But that "performance art", or whatever cool label they put it under these days, is full of trauma producing images, even if it is labeled satirical or avant-garde... even if it supposedly has an altruistic purpose or some such nonsense. I see this "art" as another inversion.

    I celebrate art that reflects the sublime.
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