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16 years ago
Aarooga
Burial mounds follow ley lines and predate masonry. Churches were built on ancient pagan sites of worship so I'm thinking the Ley Line knowledge is quite old. If you look at a map and use a ruler you should be able to find areas where churches are built along a particular line and should indicate a ley line. It's quite interesting what you can find. Aa.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Aarooga
I don't think you can find spiritualism through the use of logic. It'd be like looking for a plastic spoon, buried in a field, with a metal detector.
Forum: Inner Space
15 years ago
Aarooga
I don't think we can really sink much lower.
Forum: Inner Space
15 years ago
Aarooga
Surgeons have scooped out parts of the brain and the patient can still function.
Forum: Inner Space
15 years ago
Aarooga
that's not funny lol. My friend got his cats to pick out some numbers. 5 numbers and the bonus ball came up (so around £150,000) but he didn't buy a ticket.
Forum: Inner Space
15 years ago
Aarooga
Coincidence is a strange thing. Something we instantly dismiss and yet something so powerful that we deny its importance. What is it? Personally I don't believe in coincidence and yet whenever I talk to people about it they seem unable to get my point and dismiss it as unimportant. My ex girlfriend has a cousin. With his last pound he bought a lotty ticket, much to the anger of his wife, and won
Forum: Inner Space
15 years ago
Aarooga
I don't have much to say on the subject as I have done little research into it. If you believe in fate then what we do has already been done or decided so in that regard it could be a facet of that. Things certainly travel in cirlces though so I don't see why time should be any different. I experience deja vu on a semi regular basis - maybe it's something we did in a past life?
Forum: Inner Space
15 years ago
Aarooga
Try Ickes's new book, Tales from the Time Loop - I think he goes into that in this. I've just started the book - I'll let you know what i find. Aa.
Forum: Inner Space
16 years ago
Aarooga
Mmm... yes experience, that could be it. Or is it ignorance? When a child is bourn it is in a world it does not know. It knows not how to walk, eat, see, hear, etc. Therefore it is taking everything in. Every nuance around him is new. An adult see's a tree. To him it is a tree. To the child it is new, as is every plant, animal, car, you get the idea. Perhaps time goes by faster because we have
Forum: Inner Space
16 years ago
Aarooga
Somehow I've always known. Flidais came to me in my vision for a totem beast, and she is a Celtic God. Herne came to me in another meditation. The celtic way is ingrained within my soul. I feel at peace in Wales but I think it is Scotland that I was from as for some reason that land calls to me, and has done all my life. Aa.
Forum: Inner Space
16 years ago
Aarooga
"Labels - something I absolutely hate. I hate being stuffed into certain drawers as soon as I try to express something other than smalltalk. I personally try to make it difficult for others to stick a label on me - which I have discovered to be even more difficult, because: if most people cannot put a label on someone/something, they get really suspicious, insecure, frightenend even, and som
Forum: Inner Space
16 years ago
Aarooga
Perhaps you get too close to the truth, no? Aa.
Forum: Inner Space
16 years ago
Aarooga
And the path to true enlightenment lies in yourself, not in the teachings of others. Be a leader - not a follower. : ) Aa.
Forum: Inner Space
16 years ago
Aarooga
I was a celt in my last - most likely a warrior of some sort. Makes me laugh when people tell me how lucky we are to live in this time. "hundreds of years ago they had nothing - think how lucky you are." lol - try eons. I've been there so part of me knows what it was like but now it's time to get off the merry-go-round. Aa.
Forum: Inner Space
13 years ago
Aarooga
I'm not sure how conclusive this is bearing in mind that we do not live on any of these planets, we know little about them and our study time of their weather patterns is short. On our own planet we pollute the air with carbons at a rate that the planet has not seen for thousands of years (if not millions) which traps in the heat and some people still think that this could be natural phenomena.
Forum: Science & Space
16 years ago
Aarooga
If you continually halve something wouldn't you be doing that forever? As for the age of the receeding objects, would that not depend on where you were observing them from. The farther you travel from the earth (or point of reference) then the slower time flows. The age of it would be dependent on where you are and relative only to you? Aa.
Forum: Science & Space
13 years ago
Aarooga
Which is why you are more likely to stand against it - no?
Forum: Global Village
13 years ago
Aarooga
In loose change they show a vid of osama - except the fact that it is obviously a fake. Since osama worked for the CIA - I imagine he still is.
Forum: Global Village
13 years ago
Aarooga
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Forum: Global Village
13 years ago
Aarooga
Well they would say X amount, and then it will really cost 5 times that amount and that is because something dodgy is going on somewhere down the line.
Forum: Global Village
13 years ago
Aarooga
I rarely eat fish because we shouldn't be raping a natural resource. We farm every other animal so why not fish? As for oil hemp will do all that oil does and more. We'll see the effects of global warming before we see oil run dry. As for the fish, expect most sea life to disappear when the temperatures start to rise.
Forum: Global Village
13 years ago
Aarooga
Yep war is hell and when you give a load of goons some rifles, expect innocents to be indiscriminantly killed. However, the US seem very trigger happy (as is documented a fair bit) so I'm not surprised this is going on and unsurprisingly, this is the result of a nation that grows up on a diet of violence. However to single out the US is unfair but in a way necessary as they are the bigger perpe
Forum: Global Village
13 years ago
Aarooga
It's not just child abuse, it's abuse of everyone. Who has the bigger stick it seems is king, though why children should be any different from adults when it comes to abuse is beyond me - abuse is abuse and should be seen as the same, no matter who the subject is.
Forum: Global Village
13 years ago
Aarooga
You're a slave either way. Likely a more complicit one in the west
Forum: Global Village
13 years ago
Aarooga
25. Wow...
"Wow! Brazil is big." —George W. Bush, after being shown a map of Brazil by Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Brasilia, Brazil, Nov. 6, 2005
Forum: Global Village
13 years ago
Aarooga
13 years ago
Aarooga
13 years ago
Aarooga
Well according to the bible code, ww3 starts this year However the bible code looks to be complete biblical bol... ;-)
Forum: Global Village
13 years ago
Aarooga
I've just been working it out from here... 13.56 metres (take off a metre for the UC so say 12 metres including the tail (fuselage is about 14 feet high) - so around (12*3.3 feet) 36.5 feet high with tail for a pretty good estimate. There are still unanswered questions if both are true and this Is or Is Not is blinding people from continuing. There are many inconsistencies out there and most
Forum: Global Village
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