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15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day all, What the heck. Of course the three chambers could represent the moon, the earth and the sun. Sorry, but its my opinion that when you have a group of three, it could mean anything at all. I liked it better when you just had two. Yin and Yang. Regards, Caduceus.
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day Gene, Thanks for the tip on the book. At 75 you shouldn't worry. I've got patients who are 84 & 87 and as fit as mallee bulls. (P.S. you can always come back again.) Regards, Caduceus.
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day Mick, In top form as usual I see, and good to see you hanging around here sometimes as well. <<So far as I can make out (because I have never myself seen a ghost) the Fourth Option, is to use the experience to explore one’s own brain. Not somewhere we can ordinarily access.>> Now I'd just worked out the Egyptian idea, and you've gone and wrecked it all. Here's my first take:
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day Mick, Interested in your fourth option. <<There is a fourth option but it’s only available to Great Savants.>> Well, they wouldn't be great savants unless there was a fourth option now would they? Regards, Caduceus.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
Caduceus
Creation never stops, truth never stops, it is a continuous cycle and Claude is right, mystery never ceases. I don't think you need to be afraid of solving every mystery, there is more than a lifetime of it to go around. And if you believe in eternal life then you'll see that mysteries are continually being created. Regards, Caduceus
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
14 years ago
Caduceus
It was once physical. Imagine the chair where grandfather used to sit. The very space occupied by his body in a precise other moment in time. Sorry, now I realize that you have to bring in a second ability. Stepping back and forward in time. OR maybe you can Re-Create that moment in your mind when he was sitting there which might give you the telepathic link. After all, grandfather is dead and
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
14 years ago
Caduceus
-"What I do know is that instances of REAL communication with the dead are few and far between; far, far less than what is claimed by many." Amen to that. Medium after medium is disappointing. You spend years searching for someone who can do what you can do. Not necessarily because you think you are unique but because you want to "belong" and because you want to know why you
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
14 years ago
Caduceus
How abnormal is a yellow spanner?
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
14 years ago
Caduceus
Gee Deb You are morphing into some very deep thinking. My thought is that if you ever discover all of God then you will truly "know thyself". Regards, Caduceus
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
14 years ago
Caduceus
Having lived a life of questioning why I have certain “gifts”, I’ve finally decided that perhaps some of it is about science after all. In my opinion, it is all about numbers. Life waves? Radio waves? Waves that are generated by the movement of our very own cells. I believe every substance on earth has a wave that can be measured as a number and that each person has their very own number. Telepa
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day Everyone, This brings to mind a very strange cure that an old friend of mine told me to take when I felt out of balance. Drive a metal post directly into the ground. It must be at least your height but higher if possible. Take of your shoes and stand facing the pole. Clasp your right hand around it andyour left hand must be clasped below. If you stand there for a short time you will begin
Forum: Inner Space
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day again Dane, Sorry for the delay in answering, Each man has his own perception of "fair". What is fair to one person is not necessarily so for another. The "yardstick" for each of us (imo) is therefore based on our own idea of fair. I, personally, would judge someone to be truthful or not if I thought they truly "believed" what they were saying or doing. It is
Forum: Inner Space
15 years ago
Caduceus
Xiang, How wonderfully well you have put it. ......Truth is 'what is'. Kind Regards, Caduceus.
Forum: Inner Space
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day all, Dane in my opinion, Life is neither fair nor unfair. What is the yardstick for what is fair? Who makes the judgement of whether something is fair or not? Man is born and lives until he dies. That is the truth. Love is a human passion like all the others. That is also the truth. Thank you for raising this topic. Regards Caduceus
Forum: Inner Space
14 years ago
Caduceus
-or awareness that our system is broken- How are you going to convince 95 percent of the population that something is broke?
Forum: Global Village
14 years ago
Caduceus
G'day Jergat, - No change, fear motivated. I wonder about this. It doesn't matter what politics comes out of your mouth, it is only in the polling booth that your gut instinct goes onto that bit of paper. I don't think the terrorists have won. Fear produces a great number of different reactions. When the going gets tough..... At the same time, although mistakes have been made, quitting does n
Forum: Global Village
14 years ago
Caduceus
The results of the Australian federal election were very similar to the American. If you had looked at the outcome here you would surely have seen that the writing was on the wall. The war did not make a difference to the voters. Even those of us who changed their minds on our involvement in Iraq (and that was most of us) still voted for the Liberals who gained an increased majority. In fact they
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
And so is his missus. I also thought the way he held the baby's head was dangerous. Weak neck muscles at that age. Irwin's follow up act with his six year old daughter was just as stupid. Cad.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
David, Happy New Year. Thanks for taking the time to provide me with your info. Every bit I can add to my understanding is useful. Regards, Caduceus.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day. Hangover.... Hair of the dog on order. Happy New Year to everyone, Cad.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
Geez Bent, .........I dunno. Better ask the carrots what they reckon. Cad.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day Magdalen, I am with you on the cholesterol thing. (I reckon the doctors use the tests to boost their income.) I've got a million remedies. One is to slowly drink a tablespoon of brown vinegar if you are crook in the stomach. (I don't mean if you have ulcers, and kids don't try this without adult supervision!!) Same principle as the Cholesterol. The stomach gets too acid and traditional medi
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
Hey Bent, Spuds have eyes! Cad.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
David, <but with the low carb diet I can still hold my weight at 139 as long as I keep working out.> Are you saying 139 pounds? around 10 stone?? What height?? I'm stunned. Cad.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day David, A work in progress. You shouldn't give up the things you love, and you shouldn't fix what ain't broke either. Like I said, I'm only the messenger. Cad.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'Day Martin, Thanks for the list. There is a difference between applied muscle building and your ordinary bloke off the street. One of the differences is consumption levels, ie. the actual amount of food eaten. Some athletes eat a dozen eggs for starters at breakfast. Andy, the shearer, doesn't have to eat that much( and he hasn't got time!), yet his work level is comparable. I'd like to take so
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day again David, Can you tell me why you choose to be a vegetarian? I am also interested in what type of things you eat and in which order. What I mean is do you eat (like Anne-Marie) fruit in the morning, carbohydrates at lunch etc.? What foods sustain you long enough to carry out your work? I am fairly limited in the number of persons who are true vegetarian that I can ask these questions.
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
If you work on a farm, then I know you really do work hard! (I refuse to stack hay!!) I see you eat a good lunch and I know this is part of the answer. Fruit to begin will boost the sugar levels quickly for hard work, pasta for sustained sugar, I am beginning to understand that the order in which the food is eaten is most important. Perhaps that is why you are a healthy vegetarian. It is obvious
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day E-Rok, So if Rok is rock is the E - Everest? Thanks, your answer on the baked beans is helpful to my theory. Some of the problem with low thyroid & low sugar might rest in the combination of fats and proteins in meats, rather than just protein on its own. I'm working on this for the benefit of a number of people. I've no doubt you are stronger than I am, but I can run a marathon (when
Forum: Global Village
15 years ago
Caduceus
G'day Anne-Marie, I am interested in what type of work you do. I've found that a large number of true vegetarians actually have difficulty in eating enough protein to be able to carry out hard physical work, such as the type of work that a shearer might do. The only two vegetarian shearers I ever saw both "faded out" well before the dinner bell. Is your work repetitive? I see there are
Forum: Global Village
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