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4 weeks ago
Itatw70s
As for any serious student of ancient writings, I was fortunate to come across a scholarly book about the initial "Gospel" period 100 or so years after the change from the old testament to the new testament. Mind you, the clearly Age of Pisces was noted and incorporated into the Gospel stories; fishers of men and other references of fish also. Here, I am incorporating the news of a w
Forum: Inner Space
5 weeks ago
Itatw70s
I see absolutely no discrepancy with the Dreamtime. In fact, it, along with all Shamanic activities, whether natural or manifested by plants, is a tool for estimating the future and present realities that affect all of us. I actually wonder if the Dreamtime is posted on the internet. I would value true insight over logical estimations, because the insights come from the heart, not the brain. The
Forum: Inner Space
5 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Before I start this OP, I would like to say I have found two extreme viewpoints; One says: "stay away from science"; the other says, "there is NO objective evidence". This is a very confusing forum, especially because it is Graham Hancock's forum, where ANY SUBJECT could arise from the mists of time and clouds of space (analogy). It behooves me to IGNORE the critical thi
Forum: Inner Space
5 weeks ago
Itatw70s
New Age gems and the Progressive Rock finale. Note: some songs are 10 to 20 minutes long. This is the best my collection can offer. ENJOY!!! Two Progressive rock encores: Now, a bonus video: I was there!!!! Three songs of MELLOW ROCK: FINALE: . 39 minutes. Just to let you know, I created this list, the same as the quantum enigma,
Forum: Inner Space
5 weeks ago
Itatw70s
In my humble opinion: Tarkus by Emerson, Lake and Palmer--- The greatest composition of modern music OF ALL TIME to the present. The live incomplete version. The recorded complete version;
Forum: Inner Space
5 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Thankyou Brett!! While I was reading your link I thought of how squirrels react to being observed by humans. They are intelligent enough to have a "reaction" to being observed. They "wait" to see what you are intending to do. As an observer, I don't have any malice toward the squirrel, only a curiosity. Likewise, there may actually be a primitive level of intelligence in th
Forum: Inner Space
5 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Here are the full list of Doctors: ) Fans only in this OP!!! I have seen MUCH of Doctor Who, mostly the newest releases starting with Paul Mcgann in 1996. But I watched the public television broadcasts during the Eighties. I had to invest some money to the earliest doctors; William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee. I like so many others thought of Tom Baker as The Doctor for h
Forum: Misc.
5 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Motown famous songs; The white man revolution also: Monterey Pop Festival-the beginning; the summer of love. I was 13 and in love. Abbey Road, Pink Floyd and the rest is history;
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
I am a guitar lover, any style, any effort. As you have seen on the OP, my interest started when I was young. Here is Lanterna, a mellow contrivance of guitar works that SOOTH the mind and heart. Two examples from "Highways" are "Last Practice" "Canyons" The self titled album "Dark Spring" Stevie Ray Vaughan follows Hendrix; "Vo
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Even though I have settled my thoughts about death, I still want to live. And that's the rub. There is so much to deal with in the meantime. It can, and is, exasperating. It is only a taboo if people don't want to face it squarely. As for me, schizophrenia is a horrible disease!! It is full of lies, delusions and torments. A human's basic survival skill is his mind; but when the brain behav
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
I love music. It is a spiritual experience for my taste in magnanimous experience. To start, here is a guitar duel with the star of "Karate Kid" and a competitor. Here is a song of my childhood; Here is vocal mastery; Another song by my childhood: There are so many songs of musical virtue. I tried keyboard for awhile. I couldn't do the finger work of
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Well, Drew, you, like me, have a natural talent for making my space "sacred". Ha, ha!!
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Gerda, a belated "happy birthday". I don't actually have a Mr. Mechanics background. I was mostly raised overseas so I missed out on a backyard mentality. I usually pay for my unknowns. I may have use of hammer and paintbrush, but not the ingenuity that is required for self sufficiency. Oh well.
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Gerda, a "Cosmic" is a better term. It may, if the plural universes are right, to say Intercosmic (whatever that means!?).
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Itatw70s Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Entanglement is the most frustrating concept to > bear. It means that 1. Space is not what it seems, > 2. Distance is not "physical" in nature. 3. > Location IS the deciding factor in any conjecture > of spacial entries. 4. The size or more exactly, > the panorama of appearances is not mea
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Entanglement is the most frustrating concept to bear. It means that 1. Space is not what it seems, 2. Distance is not "physical" in nature. 3. Location IS the deciding factor in any conjecture of spacial entries. 4. The size or more exactly, the panorama of appearances is not measurable outside the main apparatus of factual evidence. I suppose that space is relavant to one's location, p
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Here is a meditation music: The rhythm is the meditation. FEEL the shaman's heart, know the rhythm of the soul. The mind will follow the heart. Allowances of spiritual treasure are more than financial treasures, for the mind "speaks" value in the treasure of awarenesses. Here is an extended version of meditation:
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Thankyou all for your testimonies. I do what I call a "marathon sacredness". It means that it can happen anywhere at any time, if I am aware of the catalyst, meaning a set of meaningful coincidences that capture my imagination for a ride through whatever passes before and willingly through me. The first "contact" came in 1979 (remember, I have schizophrenia) where both audio a
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Susan, as for me, I no longer have any opinion of you, one way or another. You have gone quite far beyond any description that anyone here has of you. So, thankyou for being yourself. Really, who knows what to expect anymore? I surely don't know what to expect!!? Perhaps I have been indescript also??
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Penrose and others signify that "We need more than quantum mechanics. We need a new quantum mechanics. We need to change pur basic physics in order to allow a space for consciousness". David Chalmers says, "It would take a radical change in our physics. There are fundamental aspects of our world that demand more than anything our current physics can handle". "Conscious
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
What is your problem, Ray? I share a probablistic insight after watching YOUR VIDEO on link and my insight is what I glean from taking that chance that I would not freak out from that video, and you sound like Susan with your mantra again and again. I share my insight after taking a mental risk about the peculiarities of the Quantum, which is, by the way, public domain if you forgot that FACT, an
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Change is constant and vital. It doesn't matter when or where that change manifests itself, the quantum reality exposes change in both spacial and mental attributes. The mysteries of both time and space are contrived; yes, mental inflections enhance or dismiss the actual unitarian proccesses of the quantum and cosmological apparatus.. If one thing is certain, the quantum always indentifies itself
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Change is constant and vital. It doesn't matter when or where the change manifests itself, the quantum reality exposes change in both spacial and mental attributes. The mysteries of both time and space are contrived; yes, mental inflections enhance or dismiss the actual unitarian processes of the quantum and cosmological apparatus. If one thing is certain, the quantum always identifies itself as
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Thanks Catherine. I have selected some quotes from the poetry section: Responsibility: take and then discern the lesson now that must be learned. Self-control is absolute, based on SURE TESTIMONY. Where there are shadows, also is light. By far this is the MEANING OF LIFE. No eyes are needed for us to find real insight (which) arises in the mind. What is REAL to the perceptive mind is al
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
145. Oops!!
I forgot about sodium and crystaline objects. Thanks anyway. High School was 45 years ago.
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Malc, you said, "Catholics generally saw the Virgin". That point should be centered upon. We all live our own reality; the differences are fully imagined through our own filtration system. I still think the jury is out about whether they are NDE's or residual perceptivity close to the edge of eternity. Most people do like living and would love to move on to another reality beyond the po
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Eddie, I was adding more to my post. And yes, personal prerogative is the deciding factor. Are you a professor or something?
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Eddie, I have imagination, sometimes out of control. I know this and strive to forget some things that have crossed my mind. Susan calls it delusion. Yes, I agree to a point, AS LONG AS ONE DOES NO HARM TO ANOTHER. So, if it IS a cult then who can say that damage has, or has not, been done? It is an excellent observation. Since we are talking about imagination, why is it used as a "
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
LOL, Gerda!!! "An unthinking entity that came from nothing"!!!!!
Forum: Inner Space
6 weeks ago
Itatw70s
Agreed, Gerda. I was just thinking about where the ELECTRICITY in our heart and brain comes from. Any Boy Scout can rub two DRY sticks to get fire. Now, electricity requires certain metal, like iron or steel which are different aspects of the same metal. Static electricity resides in many places like fabrics and hair. So, the required electricity for the body to work efficiently has to have metal
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