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4 years ago
Sangreal Sea
:( RIP Dino I remember many of your posts.
Forum: Misc.
9 years ago
Sangreal Sea
The Aqueducts?
Forum: History
10 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Great interview Graham! Really enjoyed that; thanks much. But I've only made it to part 5/10, so having it taken down for a week is a bit of a cliff hanger. Also, looking forward to Entangled. Lastly, I've recently turned a friend on to your work, and she is eating it up like a bowl of ice cream. Particularly Sign and the Seal as she grew up in an Ethiopian church in Montreal and concurred with m
Forum: Author of the Month
10 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Yes! That was a great article - I remember it from a few years back. Good for new comers to the issue of Ayahuasca on account of National Geographic's good name ;) Cheers J
Forum: Author of the Month
10 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Agreed! "Do what thou Wilt shall be the whole of the law" ;)
Forum: Author of the Month
12 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Thanks Guys! Appreciate the responses on this exciting topic. Also, Amy, thanks for the link. I figure Mark, and Ghia, since you were both, 'kinda sorta', pointing out a similar aspect of interpretation, that I'd address your thoughts as one post. For one thing, what if these entities actually had the ability to morph? we tend to assume that what we see in these situations is something stati
Forum: Author of the Month
12 years ago
Sangreal Sea
One thing in particular I'd like to send out to everyone here this month is concerning,,, I guess a more classical habit of asigning order to the different kinds of beings encountered in altered states of consciousness. In allot of 'esoteric' thinking for instance, there seems to be a consensus that on the 'astral plane' one tends to go from 'the lord of the flies' to - the lord of the skies,
Forum: Author of the Month
12 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Indeed! What a pleasure gentleman! This is an AOM I will be sinking my teeth into. Best Jared
Forum: Author of the Month
12 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Hi Jonathan! Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts about that. :) jonathan black wrote: > Yes, I believe that we are all co-creators of matter. It's just > that for the most part we remain unconscious of it. > > Rather in the same way that UFO theorists specualte that > scientists who have managed to get hold of crashed alien craft > have 'reverse engineered' them, I
Forum: Author of the Month
12 years ago
Sangreal Sea
solitaire wrote: > A very interesting post, Jared. > > and the 'gap' between the causal world and that of effect, is > to my mind best explained by Castaneda/Don Juan's concept of > the 'assemblage point'. > > If you are not familiar with this, it suggests that the world > as we collectively experience it is determined by a specific > point in our energy bodies that
Forum: Author of the Month
12 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Luke Wrote: Hi Jonathan jonathan black wrote: > demonstrations of the power of disemobied intelligence to > change the course of events, but I've also come to appreciate > some of the ways they need us. From my own observations and understandings, I've seen that the disincarnate intelligences that exist around us - whether they be power plant spirits, spirit guides or anything else
Forum: Author of the Month
5 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Apologies Mods; this video has been removed.
Forum: Misc.
5 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Just came out yesterday: The scam that is Scientology will hopefully take a well deserved hit.
Forum: Misc.
5 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Thanks Aine, I've had this issue a little too close to home in my own family being raised Jehovahs Witness. This mind control cult has crossed too many lines and with any luck this story will raise some serious questions in the minds of current members who rest on the idea that this kind of thing would never happen in "the true religion"
Forum: Misc.
5 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Quote A new report out of the Center for Investigative Reporting claims that the Jehovah's Witnesses' parent organization in the United States has systematically hidden child sexual abuse cases for more than 25 years. Trey Bundy, the Reveal journalist behind the report, explained to HuffPost Live on Tuesday that the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York has issued detailed memos since 1
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5 years ago
Sangreal Sea
I'm so thankful I joined this wonderful organization of world elite super stars Susan. I've never been monetarily richer, had so many sexual partners, or subjugated so many of my fellow humans under the guise of Marxist imperialism. Join and you too can enjoy the visceral rush of pure power only a faceless abstraction above international law can provide! Thanks Illuminati!
Forum: Misc.
5 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Did you know about this?
Forum: Misc.
5 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Be strong Carolb! Best wishes in getting well very soon.
Forum: Misc.
5 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Post Edited (11-Nov-14 17:09)
Forum: Misc.
6 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Aine wrote: > Well, you're unfriended. LOL > Hahah! :-P Kristin you know I've got a healthy ginger streak! ;)
Forum: Misc.
6 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Evvvvvveryyy body knows gingers don't actually have souls. Their lack of soul presence frankly makes us sick to our stomachs and are no less than abominations unto the lord! .... lol.. naw, I have ginger in my beard actually. I'm as limey as they come lol.
Forum: Misc.
6 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Glad your Ok Susan!
Forum: Misc.
7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Best Wishes Susan! Hang in there darlin!
Forum: Misc.
7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
For sure! That book hit me pretty hard on several levels. A beaut.
Forum: Misc.
7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
I think one book everyone should read is Autobiography of a Yogi - open enough to appeal to lots of different angles of interest. Sincere and compelling.
Forum: Misc.
7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
I think white on grey is smart coloring for the text fields themselves. As for black and orange I think it might be good to get the paint bucket out and repaint the house. And I'm in full agreement with a GHMB "like" button! I think it would help keep conversations alive!
Forum: Misc.
7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Nice marketing haha
Forum: Misc.
7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Yeah I hate that question. Seriously Google? Seriously? You can have my phone number when you fly me to Cali and ask me in person haha
Forum: Misc.
7 years ago
Sangreal Sea
Milo wrote: > The correct principle in Christianity is forgiveness and love, > but unfortunately even Christians can succumb to the will over > love principle. The very philosophy that brought about > Crowley's revulsion when he was young, was actually the same > philosophy that he adopted as he used his intellect as he got > older but he didn't recognise that because he
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