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9 years ago
debraregypt
David L wrote: > debraregypt wrote: > > > I wonder David L… if the DNA/blood line attracts the soul - > if > > it is a 'familiar" so to speak, from past lives? > > No. Souls know where they are going, who they are going to. > Blood does not attract the soul. It's spirit being pulled to > the ones it has been with before and desires to be with again > a
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9 years ago
debraregypt
I wonder David L… if the DNA/blood line attracts the soul - if it is a 'familiar" so to speak, from past lives? dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
There is nothing "Sacred" about a bloodline. I see you mentioned Illuminati bloodline & sacred bloodline. I don't believe in "Sacred" bloodlines but I can't ignore certain humans have better DNA for certain jobs. I just heard that the hose Secretariat had a 2 times bigger heart than other normal horses. The reason why I mention that is because I'd think you're looki
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9 years ago
debraregypt
"Don't get me wrong I love our creation, but would it exist without what is within? " That's confusing to me. "Our" and "without (me)" is (to me) a contradiction to the idea all there is .. is what is inside me. I'm not understanding the message here. dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
I suppose that would be hard to only focus on self to focus on the 'everything." I still think there should be a middle ground. dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Jason Gregory wrote: > Well put Deb. The problem with a word like "civilization" is > that it implies that humanity is civilized, which is highly > debatable. Like you said our society does develop the ego, and > I kniw we can turn around and go the other way. Personally I do > not believe that we need a system to control humanity because > that would suggest that we
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9 years ago
debraregypt
IMO to live from one's heart, one needs to shatter all their training on how to get along as a individual in a civilization. They need to question everything they think and do. Hypnosis is very effective when we're young. We're all subjected to hypnosis. It's a constant weeding out the weeds. Knowing the difference between a flower at a young stage and a weed. "The unexamined life is no
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Jason, From what I understand, it is the art of civilization. When we decided to "fit in" with civilization, we are hypnotized at an early age to choose another's rules and opinions. Civilization is needed for the whole and survival but it also developed the ego. dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Ya… that's the kind of stuff I've been running into. dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
I wish it was not so "Tabu." IMO - probability is off the charts. But if that's not in their book at all then don't want to go off topic here. There are many who still believe the earth is flat. Okay with me but it's not flat. Not to say they are one of those type. dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Well aliens are such a speculative issue for writers. I wish he had but understand why he wouldn't. Hard thing to prove. dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Thomas Brophy wrote: > Hello dEb: > The book is not about space aliens. > > debraregypt wrote: > > > I think you misunderstand my questions. I'm not intent on > > 'wild speculations" regarding Aliens - I just was asking. No > > sarcasm intended. NO prep for Ad H attacks. Again, I'm just > > asking. Now I am aware of some reviews that are having a
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9 years ago
debraregypt
David Campbell wrote: > The only ranting I see is Warwick getting worked up over some > publisher copywriter's cover hype language. Oh - I'm sorry, I missed that. I was thinking you meant me. >The racial aspect, > IMO is secondary to the cultural aspects of the Nabta Playans > and should have been saved for a separate work. I was thinking that is what I would have done but
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9 years ago
debraregypt
David Campbell wrote: > Debra, why are you asking another forum member who has not read > the book what is in it? I just ask a question - I can't be responsible for who decides they want to reply. They're not wrong to reply and I'm not wrong for asking a question. > While it is not my place to write a synopsis of Black Genesis > for you or distill the "gist" of the ar
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9 years ago
debraregypt
"But it is the obigation of the Anthropologist to not just accept the most compelling theory as the correct one." Amen to that one! dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Warwick wrote: > "Relegated to the realm of archaeological heresy, despite a > wealth of hard scientific evidence, the theory that an advanced > civilization of black Africans settled in the Sahara long > before Pharaonic Egypt existed has been dismissed" > > > at the very least not widely aaccepted ***** Yes I would agree. > > " and even condemne
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Warwick - do you think the book has any suggestions of aliens with this mix? I think the term "Star People" might suggest alien. But from the reviews I've read it was more about the actions of these people to watch the stars and make a star chart of sorts in a circle on the ground. I'm just trying to get the basic's of the book. Not that they need to reveal selling points of the book
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9 years ago
debraregypt
I was thinking they got into DNA type of thing. But then they'd have to find human bones from the site of Nabta Playa that date back to the time they're reviewing. Were there some other study done that they may have used for their conclusions? Mixing has gone on for so long I don't know how someone can say they were this or that. I might see that the majority may have been one or the other.
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9 years ago
debraregypt
lOl - I guess I have to buy the book to know that! Great sell tactic! Deb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Makes me wonders why reviews are reporting on the book say… "Relegated to the realm of archaeological heresy, despite a wealth of hard scientific evidence, the theory that an advanced civilization of black Africans settled in the Sahara long before Pharaonic Egypt existed has been dismissed and even condemned by conventional Egyptologists, archaeologists, and the Egyptian government. Uncove
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9 years ago
debraregypt
David Campbell wrote: > If you mean red oxide (red ochre), no. The clay seems to be > naturally that color and is impressed rather than painted or > glazed. Lines and dots are all that I have read mentioned, but > again I have not delved deeply into the pottery artifacts. > Human images seem restricted to the the rock art of the Western > Desert and animal images tend to predom
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Thanks - so this is the type that they used in that area for that time? "toothed wheel design" - very interesting. Were there any depiction of people on the shards? Any indication of the colors used for the markings on the shards? Any red used? dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Do you know a site that can show the pottery shards? Were there any shards that when put together they show designs? Did they show any type of people drawings? dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
Did you find any earlier names for the area that the early Egyptians may have called the area? dEb
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9 years ago
debraregypt
It took me awhile to find out what Nabta Playa meant. So from what i understand, Nabta means bushes and Playa is a measured area? Correct me if I'm wrong. So Nabta Playa is a relatively newer name. I wonder what those people who were there at that time called it. What did they name the area? Do you have any insights to the possible name of that area for that time? Also, The name of
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9 years ago
debraregypt
lol - Yep, you hit the nail right on the heard Robert! dEb
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10 years ago
debraregypt
I don't know.... but that is what many felt in ancient times. That's why they tried to wipe up all the blood of person to bury it all with the person. Wasn't that what they did in the story of Jesus? And... it is within a tubular/vein/artery. Now the Egyptians, what did they do with that blood when they were mummifying? dEb
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10 years ago
debraregypt
Just watched a documentary on the Science of the Soul. They were talking about a new find regarding tubulars inside the brain. They were thinking that this could be a start in finding the energy of the consciousness/soul/spirt that leaves the body when one dies. dEb
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10 years ago
debraregypt
I'd like to chime in here. OBE's are a very personal and many times very, very.. private. Many times the experience is so very unique & personal to individual that telling it to ohers may cause a consious ripple effect good, bad and/or indifference. IMO it takes some deep evaluation of ones own thoughts and views to engage in a journey of "self" if one wants to figure them out
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10 years ago
debraregypt
Thanks for the site Brien. dEb
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