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9 years ago
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Malankhkare wrote: > In other words, 'Who Wrote 'Don Quixote'. ....uhh....Mary Queen of Scots??
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9 years ago
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Malankhkare wrote: Post Edited (18-Feb-12 20:44)
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9 years ago
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9 years ago
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9 years ago
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9 years ago
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8 years ago
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Forum: Author of the Month
9 years ago
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..a really excellent.., thoughtful and civiliased post Stev; you should contribute more often., I get the feeling you have much more wisdom to impart? best..,
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9 years ago
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..great post Thunderbird..,
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9 years ago
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MGrant wrote: > David > > Do you feel like your life is like a dream quite often? I'm intruding here Mark.., but yes for years I've felt that my life is 'like a dream'.., and almost always a nightmare(: Post Edited (04-Aug-12 17:40)
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9 years ago
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Hi Mark.., and welcome. Post Edited (02-Aug-12 19:26)
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9 years ago
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......Spot on Lorelei. [ I'll catch up with you on your next molecular light frequency manifestation in human form(: best,
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9 years ago
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Hi Lorelei.., as you would know Carlos Castaneda died from liver cancer- most likely triggered by the heavy doses of psychotropic plants given to him by Don Juan early in their association. Most trauma of the liver leads to a condition commonly known as " on the liver'- a malady that often provokes irrational maliciousness in the sufferer. His last book' the active side of infinity' is com
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9 years ago
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TStreicher wrote: > Okay, my bias is starting to show, and coming forward > concerning the Castaneda controversies and drug use. You might > already realize that I do not condone the use of drugs, not > even caffeine in coffee. Now, drugs just get in the way of my > spiritual growth. But I must tell you that this abstinence came > out of experience, and from utilizing many dif
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9 years ago
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TStreicher wrote: > It makes a big difference to me in regards to how the message > is sent, or the intention. What I am sensing here is that it > doesn't seem to matter how we get the message, as long as we > get it. What if Castaneda was knowingly committing fraud? Just > knowingly and outright lying to possibly make a few bucks? And > he certainly made many, many bucks becau
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9 years ago
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Audrey wrote Post Edited (06-Feb-12 07:39)
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9 years ago
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13 years ago
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EdMalkowski wrote: > In “The Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt” I propose that > the human experience is cyclical in nature and that the > philosophical concepts espoused by the ancient Egyptians are > the same concepts emerging in today’s ‘new science’ philosophy. Hi Ed, There would seem to be a dichotomy in the beliefs/philosophy of the ancient egyptians as regards the 'after
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13 years ago
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loveritas wrote: > > > > Do you think it is possible to come to any consensus as to just > what the main universal symbols such as the circle, the cross, > the zigzag, the square etc mean? > > lover > Hi Paul, Perhaps the most powerful symbol of modern times[ prior to a mcDonald's Golden arch ] is the Swastika.., also one of the oldest going back to late paleoli
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8 years ago
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Many thanks. Post Edited (17-Mar-13 20:42)
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8 years ago
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There are many versions of Kuan Yin, so one cannot be entirely sure without insignia of some kind. Sorry..,I cannot hazard a guess at its origin.
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8 years ago
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Kuan Yin [ Goddess/Mother of mercy ].
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8 years ago
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..could you please elaborate"? Post Edited (23-Dec-12 00:58)
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9 years ago
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Vale.., Vidal. Post Edited (02-Aug-12 07:16)
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9 years ago
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..Colin Wilson..
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9 years ago
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Post Edited (15-Mar-12 16:15)
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9 years ago
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Hi Ray..., how do you send it on..?? with thanks in advance,
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13 years ago
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Atlantida wrote: > Did you know, Peter Tompkins passed away on January 24, 2007! > And I just found out...in the eve of 4th of July 2008! How is > it that his passing was not published in these websites? The > Pyramid man, like he Sphinx man will live forever through their works/ Thanks for this Atlantida..., indeed a most remarkable man. cheers,
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13 years ago
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IndianaJones wrote: > Not just he earth caving in and landslides, but as demonstrated > in China recently, flooding is a major problem from burst > riverbanks and lakes. I think brush fires can be caused by > earthquakes in summer as well? I'm thinking of every possible > thing that can go wrong, so we'll be prepared. Think Khancoban.., Corryong- just east of the peaks- Indie...
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13 years ago
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lukehancock wrote: > How do earthquakes 'get you'? Obviously they can cause things > to fall on you. But if you're out in the open and there's > nothing coming to fall on you, can an earthquake still harm > you? ...most assuredly Luke...., you can 'FALL IN'; some of them so ive heard split the terrain..., leave a gaping ravine above the tectonic plate interface. I have had no pe
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