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2 months ago
drew
Aw man...you projecting yourself out into all that you're passing, when you're not identifying that it is you passing through it all and all of that is stagnant? Well, from a delivery guy's pov anyway. All that change of scenery...set the radio to one station one day, another the next day, and so on, and you'll see a whole other synchronicity going on. You just gotta let it play out, then real
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Hi Tom You said to come and check this out...but I'm sorry mate...I'm not sure what spurred you into it and where it is heading. For me, it seems like a three-legged race by three one-legged folk where they can't be anything but in a circle, and none of them are jumping at the very same time and each is slapping the other on the back of the head saying: "Get it together, man!"
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Sheesh Tom, but you didn't add in the growing pains of bones and teeth doing things that you have no control over but ache from. Hmm...kinda makes me think all of them are growing pains because we do wear a scar, or it heals completely, but we never really remember the actual pain, do we? Just look at the mothers who can never relive the pain of childbirth, but know it because of their little
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Hey Tom On the one hand, Greta is the young lady of 16 years who has been kicking up a great storm about climate change and global greed fanning the flames of where our world is today and where it seems to be heading. But Greta is also everyone like her that has come before who shouted out that 'something' has to change because it is unfair the few enjoy while the many suffer. You have y
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Hey Jazz I guess the best point was : "Theres always tomorrow, isn't there? It'll work itself out, won't it?" Tied up in quite a lot of things folk have written about over the years - well, might as well say millennia, hey - is whether we do enough for ourselves in creating a world in which we are truly happy. Now, that's not how much we hope the world can work itself out and beco
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Thanks Tom. Downloading to listen later...nice title 'Land between rivers'...
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Whoa, Tom! Sheesh, but how much you can translate Ron...but I don’t know...there may be a couple of things off which affects other things, but man, that was a good read. True, I may differ a little with Ron because we are translating what we ‘feel’ about life and not just its origins but its purpose, so you may have grasped some things that I haven’t with what Ron understands, so your couple o
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
I’m going to try something that stemmed from writing the original post last Wednesday afternoon while I was listening to music. After writing, I let it sit for a while as I started dinner, then reread and edited it to have it ready for posting. Satisfied, I turned my attention to our upcoming Powerball draw of Thursday night with its 150 million dollar first prize. I sometimes enter the lotter
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
'Greta' is a person just like so many other people now, before and after her. Do they all strive for the same thing in making their world better than how they came into it? Of course they do. Maybe for themselves, maybe for those coming after them, but certainly for something...otherwise why would there be more than that first instance of creation? Wasn't temperature enough in the very b
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
...well, if scientists are right, and we are just recycled atoms and their parts as coming from the very first instance of creation coming into existence, then we are always. Hmm...but is anything able to step out of 'recycling' and be the eternal 'recycled'? Step into the middle, my friend, and see it all extending before and after you. We are all 'always'...just depends on whether acce
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Well hey there Ron. Saw your light on and thought I'd drop in to see how you're doing. What's that? Yeah, the good ol days, hey. Some great memories in those. Nah, I didn't get around to reading that one but I reckon I know what's in it. I bet it sounds a lot better than some of those other tales you been telling these past many years haha I know, I know, I should drop by more often but
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
...we have little idea at what it is that is happening when we consider how existence came into being in the first place...not that there is a beginning and an ending but that there is a middle extending out in both directions at once. And where do you think you are in relation to that middle, Ray? All the Gretas throughout time found their middle when they stated something...but all of the
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Another line of thinking... The Aquarius part gets more intriguing when we consider the Oldest Dryas Period becoming the Older Dryas Period, happening about 15,000 BCE when severe glacial melt created vast floods across the planet. The summer solstice sun is in Aquarius at this time. Older versions of Aquarius have two streams of water coming from two jugs. Right next to Aquarius is Caprico
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Jazz makes a good point – well, everyone does when it comes to points because all that we do is communicate something in some way...it just comes down to accepting that ‘something’ is being put across and whether we can take that ‘something’ and do something with it (the ‘or not’ part doesn’t come into it because if we are aware that communication has occurred and it isn’t up our alley or is wron
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Hi Malc Well, if you're able to donate money, items or time to charitable causes, great. I kind of invest myself in my own backyard though. And speaking of backyards, I find it simply astounding that Tornado Alley and the Bible Belt in the States are very much the same place. So many folk who have their homes destroyed still stay and rebuild. I wonder what kind of sign it is they keep ignor
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Historically speaking, mankind’s view on gods arose from a two-fold nature: fear and appreciation of what may be considered the unknown...well, ‘things’ that happen that mankind could not readily explain, or explain as occurring due to all manner of reasons that seemed to have some kind of supernatural force behind them. It is easy to understand how fear or appreciation of some supernatural fo
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
"Greater love has no one than this, that one should lay down his life for his friends." John 15:13 Bugger...I fail there...and I also exceed there, for not only do those who try in circumstances of extreme pressure or perception of loss of another that we may rise above personal safety, that we may save another because we cannot accept the thoughts in our own mind that we valued ours
Forum: Author of the Month
2 months ago
drew
I still support Matriarchy in mankind's evolution out of the quagmire of assigning 'blame' for things we could not fathom of nature's mores. It seems that mankind allotted 'blame' to a male rather than a female...because mothers are more nurturing, and fathers more instructive. But that comes down to power, and we all know females exert more power than males because of familiar survival while
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Hi BC and possibly Yve is still here I'm glad you are getting used to Stellarium...now take your screen shot to Paint or some such thing, and adjust the 'canvas' to a puter's screen-size or a little less...preferably less so it fits in the post. Then save and link to future posts. It saves folk having to scroll left and right to see what is going on in your images. I fail there sometimes too l
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
I missed this thread and had a read through the posts beneath it but will read them better later. For the 39,000BCE c. time period, it is one whole Precession earlier than the 12,000BCE c. time period I like...Sirius at its lowest on the horizon. Having previously pondered such a thing, I wondered if it might have anything to do with the 5 relieving chambers above Khufu's pyramid's upper chamb
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Hi Rune It really is safe to say that “our own inevitable mortal death” becomes the foundation for investigating beliefs and facts, and your topic has made me consider what it is that I believe, and see if I can summarise it in a post. But I think I’ll alter something first, to: is there death after life? Physics somewhat identifies that there is only ever change in states of being when it
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
Hey there BA Nice post, but can you really wonder if 'death' is the last outpost of life? Science may correlate with religion in-as-much as what lays beyond our mortal being giving up the ghost when death occurs, all due to atomic physics and the descending apparatus that constructs an atom, but can it really identify what those parts are that make up the whole? There seems to be 'someth
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
An artist is presenting his art for the first time at a gallery and someone comes up next to him. "I am a well respected art critic and I wonder if you would like to hear what I think about your work?" "Sure," the artist says. "It's not worth anything," says the critic. "Okay," says the artist. "But I'd still like to hear anyway."
Forum: Misc.
2 months ago
drew
Bugger...now I'm going back through 'Books'...of Caverns, Gates etc, and checking out the images associated with them...and I am wondering about some of the depictions of 'gods' in barques, and where they are in relation to certain parts of the resurrection sequence for Osiris. Connected to the Dendera Zodiac and what I'm trying to pin point there about which stars are on its rim, there may be
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Nice Sufi quote...this and the one in your next post. I wonder what folk think about those wonderful pictures that appear as, say, a man and woman in profile facing each other as the white space, and the black space between them is an urn. Or a duck in the vertical plane which is a rabbit in the horizontal plane when tilted 90deg. Would any sacred space be considered as similar?...one can
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
...now. A board for serious discussion, hey... Well, I guess you better start adding in everyone who has the same opinion as Scott - and there are quite the few, professionals and all - and yet there isn't a peep out of you about all of those. And I bet I can get you really going once again...let you push yourself over the edge and earn another little holiday from here. And you think I'm
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Really...five? Can everyone say 'OCD'? When you get to ten, you get a prize.
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
drew
Hi Daniel I know I have read something from you, and I think it was your first book, and yet I cannot for the life of me recall it. I know I have read a couple of other things from you and the same...not your fault as I do know you are pretty good with what you write and what those things are about but the ol' memory is slipping these past few years. Anyways...'What can be done at this late
Forum: Author of the Month
2 months ago
drew
Not far south of me, a guy accosted an intruder a whiles back...broke into his home while wife and kids were sleeping...and the owner fetched an unloaded gun and made the intruder get into the owner's car and they drove to the police station while the gun was ready. Poor intruder...arrested and eventually the matter wound up in court. Poor owner nearly got sent to jail because of how he handled t
Forum: Inner Space
2 months ago
drew
You may have a great topic to play with if you keep going. A topic that you rack up 'views' and 'posts' all for you. And such as I may have a chuckle while you do. Sheesh...nearly 80 views as of now for the last 2 posts? Hmm...folk may have got the hint that you're on a crusade to find the unholy grail that Scott holstered you with, and you can't shake off. Now then...where is that po
Forum: Mysteries
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