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Glass Jigsaw
Hi again More from Panagiotis Constantinou Stay well Yve
Forum: History
Today
Glass Jigsaw
Hi all These videos are by the same man Panagiotis Constantinou. As there a few more, I emailed him and asked if he was OK with me posting them. I had a lovely reply and he says No worries. So, massive thanks to him. Stay well Yve ETA to correct spelling
Forum: History
Today
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Rob It's getting busy out there again isn't it ?...:) Yes, I went to Dublin, great place, and I remember all those busts everywhere. My Irish friend took me to see the Book of Kells. To this day I am not sure what I saw. Two books are side by side, as you know, and when I asked about it everyone joined in, pointing at both. I love the Irish ! So knowledgeable about so much and so funny. I
Forum: History
Today
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Manu I only popped in to see how you are getting on with the Gaslighters ! Until they understand, and apply, Metaphysics I don't think they have much but Ad Hominem. ANYWAY. I see your book is now not due out until Mid May,and still cannot see UK distribution.Any updates would be very welcome. I'm really looking forward to you on TV as well. I have been looking the suggestions you gave
Forum: Mysteries
14 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Rob No, sadly not. I had one big fat one that I used to pass birds fat balls to, then he got badly frightened by someone and I haven't seen him since ! We do have birds of prey, like sparrowhawks, around so maybe they stay in the more wooded area at the back. I get the pretty little deer and the Muntjacs sometimes, but I love bats and owls best. I often think how there was so much going on
Forum: Inner Space
14 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Wes I've just been catching up on your replies to me. Much food for thought there. If you think about this ancient history it's all covering our current taboos. Child cruelty and slaughter,Cannibalism, Incest, all human slavery. The last two get skated over when inconvenient and the child slaughter is like a broad brushstroke. Cannibalism we know was practiced, especially in war and times o
Forum: Mysteries
15 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Rob What a strange demo. I wonder why travellers turned up too. What a grim county that is. Rotherham held a protest every Saturday for years. I wonder if that stopped. Bradford is classed as one of the most dangerous cities in Britain. This was earlier today, looks peaceful. TBH it reminds me of a Victoria Wood sketch. Yet this is how it got reported Stay well Yve
Forum: Global Village
15 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Rob I LOVE your photo. I can't remember the last time I saw a squirrel.Thank you for posting it. Seems a nice place to rest in peace. I spent quite some time going through this thread, playing the music and seeing how it was at the beginning of this virus.I found Jerusalem really moving, the words ' Bring me my bow of Burning Gold' really hit home for some reason. I am so glad you started
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Rob Lovely day to feed those squirrels. I love the old graveyards. Apparently as you walk through you are meant to say their names aloud. If I take a shortcut to the shops I say Hello to Mr and Mrs Milk as I enter, and I like the Crusader grave the best. A world away from the Elon Musks. ALL the word Science means is ' What is known' That really is ALL it means. Of itself it produces Not
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi again Naveen Do you think we do this with Humans, we kind of try to stop loving them. We seem to fight down the feelings. We don't do it with animals, the love stays the same, we miss them like crazy, unbearably sometimes, people understand, hug us, let us cry ?. Why so different with a Human ?. Why do so many set some kind of Recovery Time Limit ?. When a long time extremely close friend d
Forum: Misc.
15 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Clad I haven't read all this OP but I cannot think of any language that does not have formal and informal language. Here in Europe all diplomatic documents were written in French as it is believed less ambiguous. I learned German through being in Germany, not from books and lessons, so struggle with formal programmes like the News. I am more likely to ask ' Are you pissed ?' with all that
Forum: Mysteries
16 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Think I swear you do this to stop me getting an early night..:) You have done it again, locked in to something that popped in to my mind about a week ago. I don't see what you are considering is much different from what Brendan does with the Westcar Papyrus. About a week ago I just happened to read for the first time that the spiral seen all over the place in carvings, seals etc represents
Forum: Mysteries
17 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi again GG There is masses actually. Online. Full papers. If people care to look for it. This is 2021, not the 18th century...:) This is just ONE and these are LINKS there is far more. I have ONLY put the top 12 or so as the list goes on too long. I repeat just ONE Research Facility. >>Research Articles Database This is a list of articles on psi-related topics published in non-pa
Forum: Inner Space
17 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi GG Passing through....Is this a Truth for you ? Without bones humans would be floppy ....:) I wouldn't worry about' Theories' as ' Theories are NOT the Truth. Science identifies associations. They don't know what Gravity is, so they built the Hadron Collider to see if one of their Theories can deliver the goods. If not,it's back to the drawing board. Like the Dark Matter Theory. They ha
Forum: Inner Space
18 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi GG I think that there is a massive difference between A Truth and Truth. I have always thought all I can ever say is I am or It is and after that everything else is personal. I also like Jung's example of Relativity. A boy is standing at a station barrier looking down the length of the train and platform. A girl is sitting on a platform seat looking at the train. As the train starts to
Forum: Inner Space
18 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Lyle Saw a trailer last night. We too are getting it in April, around the 22nd I think. I agree, it has far more robust and let's get on with it feel. It came on after an excellent UFO programme by Nick Pope. He worked with the UK Government on the subject. So glad that at last all the sensation has been taken out of it and it's down to brass tack facts. There was a lot more about Rendlesh
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
18 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Coffee Genuine question Do you think there really is a Universal anything ? Do you think the laws we follow on Earth and in our solar system will be consistent outside of it, considering the Universe itself is Infinite ? Did these Laws arise from whatever theory you think brought about this Universe as we experience it and were the same before that event ? Thanks Yve
Forum: Science & Space
18 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi again GG That's a great relationship you have with your doctor. That way you both know your personal ' Norm'. We are all made differently, even our usual body temperatures. Many 'off days' are simply tiredness, dehydration or having done a bit too much, or a bug going around. So many grab a pill. Then they need another pill to deal with the side effects and on it goes. There are quite a f
Forum: Inner Space
18 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Wes I have heard that so many times too that I make sure I leave no unfinished business wherever possible. Doomed to repeat,no thank you. I was wondering, along with what Lyle raised, do you have any thoughts on the Vulture creature that crops up all over the place. It is seen alongside the Annunaki so often. We have the Vulture Stone at Gobekli Tepi. It always looks the same too. Often see
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi GG Just briefly ( We all seem to have got busy lately..: ) First of all Please READ the enclosed leaflets that come with drugs, look at the expiry date on them and know your own body. Eddie is right about the Willow Bark. It is where aspirin derives from, so if you have no problem with it that's the one I would choose. Turmeric with black pepper works on my arthritis better than anythi
Forum: Inner Space
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Rob I don't know about you, but I think, like this pandemic, it will move across the world country by country. I don't know how Divine will fit in. The humans who have been passing on the virus 'news' are so untrustworthy, and look at the behaviour of the rich and famous. What pandemic ? They are still flying around doing whatever they want to. We have no 'betters' to trust anymore, not amo
Forum: Global Village
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
That was Thailand, Warwick. I don't know if they still say it. I have found Buddhists vary dramatically from nation to nation. One set are as cold as ice. If it doesn't benefit them personally they just cut out and off. I found them like unnerving AI to be around. The nicest I found are where Hinduism and other beliefs run alongside pretty evenly. I still use the Buddhist meditation techniques I
Forum: Global Village
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Think Reading up on how death was treated in ancient times I came across our old friend Aldebaran Quote One of the strangest notions to be advanced by rabbinic Judaism—and of relevance to the evolution of the concept of death—was that of the “bone called Luz” (or Judenknöchlein, as it was to be called by early German anatomists). In his Glossa magna in Pentateuchum (AD 210), Rabbi Oshai
Forum: Mysteries
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
To be truthful, Eddie, Most of what the ancient world did seems beyond explanation to simple me. Huge monasteries perched on top of virtually inaccessible mountains, bridges over really wide canyons, crossing oceans in little boats, moving huge stones miles and building with them, very Frank Sinatra and High Hopes ! Yes at last Spring is here, bit chilly over my way Stay all good Yve
Forum: Mysteries
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Ray But on the plus side it has aroused curiosity and the development of things like microscopes. I have not met a scientist yet who thinks we have even cracked the surface. The Alchemists were the ground breakers in their sphere. Like modern drugs. They started with plants and synthetics have caused havoc. Blame the advertisers who bribe the physicians to prescribe. Even in this pandemic p
Forum: Inner Space
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Warwick, Hans and all Do you have any thoughts about Sahure ? I've been following what Manu suggested. His pyramid name translates to Sahure Coordinates 29°53′52″N 31°12′12″ECoordinates: 29°53′52″N 31°12′12″E Ancient name Kha ba Sahura[2] "The rising of the ba spirit"[3][4] of Sahure Alternatively translated as "The ba of Sahure appears"[5][6] or "Sahure
Forum: Mysteries
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Naveen He really was quite some musician ! I love that track. I am really looking forward now to making the little garden.I don't feel so sad, so many thanks. I found some flowers with tulip in their name as a nod to the Netherlands, and I have some lovely old tiles to write his name on. They can come and go as they wish. It's a very calm unoverlooked place and we have lovely bright blue s
Forum: Misc.
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Rob In one way the world wasn't doing so well before all of this, and the elite have tried to install one size fits all systems many times before in history, by reducing to Ground Zero and starting again with their rules, but they always failed. Fear and violence only work for so long. They underestimate Humanity. ' All you need is love' seems to equal Unproductivity to them. It's known tha
Forum: Global Village
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Ray Frustrating but isn't it exhilarating too ?. By discarding a notion or theory, isn't that still progress ? A Quality is not a Quantity. As I heard someone say last night :- Science cannot tell you if something is Right, only tell you if something is Associated. You pulled your knowledge and experience together to formulate your Bubbles, and test them out. Forget the virus, Human Beh
Forum: Inner Space
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Eddie I always feel a bit sorry for the poor old Sphinx. and the reclining pose with the long body still reminds me of this, from Babylon I'm going with Anubis myself, today anyway. Stay well Yve
Forum: Mysteries
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