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15 years ago
Saorsa
For what's it worth, I'm a firm believer in synchronicity. Not only had I various experiences throughout childhood and adolescence that convinced me (in hindsight), but what happened in 1999, tipped me over the edge, as 'meaningful coincidences' go: in 1999, six family members died within six months. The dates were connected to each other by numbers 3 (weeks) , 6 and 9.
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15 years ago
Saorsa
I'm very sorry to hear that about Siri, John. The departure of a good friend, a family member, is one of the worst things to be experienced by those who remain behind - doesn't matter whether it's a furry person or a human. It always leaves a gap nothing can ever fill.
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15 years ago
Saorsa
My latest example of music sync: Two months ago I applied for a job on a stud farm in Southern Spain. About four weeks ago, I got a positive reply. When I got the phone call that I can start the job in early May, I was listening to a CD of Mike Oldfield's "Ommadawn" ,the bonus track. It's called "I'd rather be on horseback".
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Music used to be THE biggest influence in my life - certain pieces spoke to me in a powerful way, both vocal and instrumental music. Lyrics in songs or a melody turned out to be something like personal 'hymns' I used to cling to to get me through a rough time.
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Well, I do come from a 'scientific' background, insofar as I'm an archaeologist and I have read more than one book on the subject, and as far as I'm concerned there is far more evidence to SUPPORT the Mother 'cult' in Paleolithic and partly Neolithic Europe at least. And I will not renounce my vows and become a nun - no way.
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Hi Joanne. You wrote: >>The "Venus" figures have been proven to be unrelated << By whom has this been proven, and when and where? >>the whole mother goddess in Neolithic times has been debunked<< Again - by whom, when and where? Just curious - could you give me a quote?
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Dear Mick, you are soooo right (again). Me, after all my experiences at Uni in various fields, I came to the principal conclusion not to trust ANY professors ever. Trepanning might have been survived - but who is to say whether the poor buggers were not paralysed or metally disturbed afterwards (as the previous post was meant to er illustrate) btw: that same Anthro prof told us all Bonze Age p
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15 years ago
Saorsa
But.... Mr Harper.... <sob>.... my Anthropology Prof said it did work...and a surprising number of patients survived it for quite some time ...<sob> and then we did a trepanning in class, you know... just for science's sake... <gollum gollum> and .... that was ... what.... 15years ago, dear oh dear,... and see... I'm still ...still ...er... around... see? <gollum>
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Peter asked: <<Ok then, if we can assume that Atlantis did have a "single world religion", what would its symbol be? >> I have given this particular question a lot of thought over the past years. My suggestion is the form of labyrinth that occurs in rock carvings all over Europe and I think on the Isle of Youth (sic!) off Cuba as well. Sorry I can't post pics here but it's
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Thanks for the links, Mike, I'll check them out. Yes, it seems only logical that they would have had a common language - how otherwise communicate a common religion over the vast space...
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Hi again. I think it would be virtually impossible for Atlantis to have become what it seems to have become without a more or less unified single religion. That's basically what I also think about the European Megalithic "Culture", since we find the same symbolic canon and more or less the same groundfloor plans in the big monuments from the Iberian Peninsula to Scotland, via Ireland an
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Thank you. Thank you very much - that makes things a lot clearer to me. I think it's more likely the first scenario - with most of them, it isn't repetetive, it's much more like a 'real'conversation. Cheers.
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Hi Peter, you wrote >>In the vast majoity of reports, ghosts do not speak. On the rare occasion when they DO communicate, it tends to be nonverbal (...) << That's what I heard from others who have Ghost experiences, too. So what do you think about Ghosts that 'speak'? Is it all in my head, am I hearing things that are not - MJ Harper suggests a mild form of madness.... I myself figu
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Thanks, Peter! I will check out the website.
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Hi Mick, you wrote: >>Next question: am I going mad? Well, yes and no. Your brain is playing up and therefore in clinical terms you are mad, just as when your back is giving you gyp, you’ve got what we doctors call “a bad back”. << So, according to your standpoint, seeing Ghosts is just my brain playing tricks on me, with the possiblity that I'm mad or going to go mad. Since my firs
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15 years ago
Saorsa
To get it going, I'll start by saying that I'm really greatful to Peter for dealing with these subjects in book form (even if I can't afford to buy it at present, sniff). John, you were asking about experiences with Ghosts and/or afterlife. I remember we had a similar discussion on one of the boards some time back... I've been seeing Ghosts since I was really small, the first memory goes back to
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15 years ago
Saorsa
17. To Alex
Thanx, Alex, you're very kind. Your post warmed my heart greatly. I couldn't agree more with you when you say <<However, as long as people such as yourself are prepared to stand up to them and say: "No. You are wrong in what you say", and then go on to explain why you feel they are wrong, these extremists will hold sway - and in my book that is not a good thing.>> But at p
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Saorsa
I apologize for calling your posts racist, if they are not. I cannot and will not agree with you that the dissapearance of tribes would be a good thing. Not ever. I will leave it at that and leave alltogether. Call me emotional - I take it as a compliment. Saorsa of the Kumpanija Rabat of the Sinti Tribe
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Hi Stephanie. Thank you for your reply. I will go apologize to David for calling his comments racist, if they are not. However, that will be my last post then on GH.com. I am sorry, but this upset me very much. Thank you, Saorsa
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Hi Javier, I don't believe you're a fool just because it took a little to see through this kind of thing. We live to laern, after all...at least some of us. Anyway, I'm glad I'm apparently not the only one who sees the racism in the post in question - sad to say it wasn't the first of this kind. Have a good time, Javier.
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Hi Alex, you wrote <<other than treating David's inherently racist comments on tribes with the complete and utter contempt they deserve.>> Thank you. I agree completely. As to censorship: I'm very much opposed to that as well. But I cannot help but wonder why and how the mods let "inherently racist comments" stand, since I always understood that this in violation of the co
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15 years ago
Saorsa
22. Enough!
<<Tribes are ending, and that's a GOOD thing. Tribes are less conscious, less connected than globally aware people---the few tribes left, that is. And by definition, tribes are more separated from other peoples and therefore more separated from their Source. The ones who rigidly and stubbornly cling to their old ways will be left behind in more ways than one. David >> Here we go agai
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15 years ago
Saorsa
No, sorry: I didn't find any treasure AT Borley R., but I found an absolute treasure ABOUT the famous victorian house on the Essex-Suffolk border: this is the most comprehensive web site I've ever come across, set up by someone whose mother once lived at the Rectory (Marianne Foyster). It has virtually ALL information available, loads and loads of old and new photographs, a complete list of the
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15 years ago
Saorsa
sorry, I missed that bit. Yes it does mean Freedom, and I chose to change the spelling on purpose: my husband's band was called Saoirse, and I didn't want to use the correct spelling, cause the band no longer exists :-)
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15 years ago
Saorsa
<<it could be on Kevin St. Lower - there's a "cross" on the map on that street. >> I don't think it's that, Carol. Far as I know they only mark churches still in use with a 'cross', whereas St Kev is a total (but beautiful) ruin. I'd say your best bet is Camden Row - look for a stone arch! And you're welcome!
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15 years ago
Saorsa
The entrance to the little park around the church ruin is in Camden Row, which is south of the College of Technology. Now it should be a piece of cake!
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15 years ago
Saorsa
The entrance to the like park around the church ruin is in Camden Row, which is south of the College of Technology. Now it should be a piece of cake!
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15 years ago
Saorsa
Okay, here's as far as I got: it's south of St Pat's Cathedral and somewhere south of Kevin St Uppr... sorry can't be more specific, but I found a nice pic here .
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
15 years ago
Saorsa
You really should go on the Ghost Bus Tour, if you haven't done that yet - it's absolutely brilliant! Infos to be found on Dublin Bus Homepage or via Google "Ghost Bus". Now I go and find you directions to St. Kevin's... back shortly!
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15 years ago
Saorsa
On the Southside - I have to get my City map to give you more details (I'm a Northsider and venture seldom over the Liffey...) You want more details, let me know here. PS Are you are Dub, too? Slan
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