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4 years ago
Misterx
Hi Hugh Seems like a long time ago since we stood at the Gympie church - hope you are well. If you would like to share any of your Australian research before the future book let me know - it's not a focus for me but I have some suspicions about a particular site here with regard to mounds. e
Forum: Author of the Month
4 years ago
Misterx
Dear Jim and Hugh Random q's for a start off. At what height is one considered a giant? What would you say is currently the most compelling piece of evidence that proves the existence of giants in North America? Where else in the world have you investigated this phenomena and the legends? Have you made any enquiries regarding stories of giants in Australia? All the best Erik
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7 years ago
Misterx
David L wrote: > In order to let go of something, we have to grab on to > something else. We can't put a lid on our senses or stifle the > sex drive. If you dam up a river, its only going to be a short > time before it overflows the banks. We have to divert it. To > begin to break away from an attachment, we have to attach > ourselves to something else, something positive--in
Forum: History
7 years ago
Misterx
David, earlier this year after a huge life changing event I went to a healer. The night after I was awake all night with what I can of describe as a huge (toroidal) force flowing up through my body in a clean and clear loving flow. Even after years of yoga and mediation had I never felt this so strongly. It was the best sleepless night I ever spent. The event and the healing had utterly altered
Forum: History
7 years ago
Misterx
Would you mind expanding on that David? Do we have to reach a critical mass of enlightenment before the age shifts? And why is it so difficult for us to let go of our egos? What I found interesting about this piece is that I have so far in my life been very sexually driven. In yoga which has come from the Vedas I am being taught that we need to let go attachments and that desires are distraction
Forum: History
7 years ago
Misterx
Hi Loveritas Nice run down thanks. Yes actually I didn't mean returning I meant returning to the fore. Do you have any opinion on any women who may lead is out if this mess - if we are looking for human intervention. Or are we just to wait for Mother Earth to show us again the real force of beauty we are destroying with our lack of care. From Luke's interview I found the concept of the non local
Forum: History
7 years ago
Misterx
Fascinating interview Luke - as a student of yoga I found this background interesting in that although my school doesn't promote chastity it does suggest that suffering comes from desires and attachment. The wrestling that goes on between reconciling these things - maybe it has been overstated. Many Thanks e
Forum: History
7 years ago
Misterx
Hi loveritas By this do you mean the female energy will return as the more visibly powerful. This is apparently exactly what the aboriginal elders in Australia are saying. Regards Erik
Forum: History
7 years ago
Misterx
I hope this isn't true.....any substantiating links?
Forum: History
7 years ago
Misterx
Brutal way to go - interesting story - from the pics of the terrain you can quite imagine it.
Forum: History
7 years ago
Misterx
I don't really follow...
Forum: History
7 years ago
Misterx
Forgive me but if a man spells his name Lionardo and not Leonardo then would he not also remember to insert the r in his name in the correct spot?
Forum: History
8 years ago
Misterx
you could skip to the good bit though .... like the others the back story is a bit tedious, you know lots of Irish having a jig below decks etc, but the sinking is monumental with the emphasis on mental.
Forum: History
9 years ago
Misterx
How can that figure be of substance or how was it arrived at? I would love it to be true because it will keep us all very busy but....
Forum: History
9 years ago
Misterx
Yeah - perhaps that's something that even google can't do.
Forum: History
6 years ago
Misterx
I just wanted to say I enjoyed reading these last two comments and I think you illustrate the crux of the matter for you very succinctly D. So if it's a line I'm more towards Mo's end of things I think but I can understand that there are levels of approach when communicating these experiences to a wider audience. A responsibility of some kind perhaps. I don't know but maybe it's a very individua
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
6 years ago
Misterx
Hi Don To answer your questions 1) I don't know 2) Re Mars Mystery - maybe present your evidence more clearly I have no comment You clearly have a dislike for Graham - one I don't share - sorry. e
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
6 years ago
Misterx
Hi Daniel I know that you're not the author so I apologise that my response is directed for the most part as if I am addressing the author. To say that the Ted debacle widened his audience is true but I don't buy that it is intentional. IMO GH is, especially as time has gone on, at pains to make it clear where he speculates. When making supposed connections between cultures and timefr
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
6 years ago
Misterx
Thankyou Laird nicely explained. I like the sieve concept. As well as the pine cone structure itself the net or sieve pattern makes a lot of sense. Literally I would translate that as the filter of noise. The shiva lingam is indeed representative also of the male and female sex organs. Somehow in the last 3 days your name has been brought to my attention from 3 separate sources so there must be a
Forum: Author of the Month
6 years ago
Misterx
I see as in Indian culture. If that's the case would you offer a comment on that link in terms of it also representing the pineal or pine cone - I'm sure you're fully aware of the use of this symbolism throughout cultures and history. Goddess times are returning it seems, not a bad thing if you ask me. All the best Erik
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6 years ago
Misterx
Laird are you familiar with the "earth navels" that also carry this shape? NAVEL STONES And these "Navel Stones" found in Thebes, Dodona and Delphi – which aren't unlike the representations of the pineal gland incidentally. Regards Erik Post Edited (24-Apr-14 04:01)
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6 years ago
Misterx
Totally fantastic exchange - both view points equally valid in my opinion - glad to see your input here again Graham as well as on FB. Up the boards! A wealth of information here. In your visit to Australia you'll have some more ancients concurring on the arrivals from elsewhere. It will be a fine few weeks I'm sure.
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6 years ago
Misterx
From the interview it seems she was reluctant to be involved in the BF research at first. Regarding her connection to the paracas release by mr foerster it seems she is not the source of the initial release but is possibly involved testing other samples. I believe the criticism of her is based on her credentials but again her background seems highly relevant and thorough. The criticism of the app
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6 years ago
Misterx
Thanks for posting that interview. Since I am not acquainted with the furore around her work (ie bigfoot research) until now I at least have a useful frame of reference having heard her own viewpoint first.
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6 years ago
Misterx
This is my take also, it's pretty clear IMO.
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6 years ago
Misterx
That there are no ready "reliable" sources or bones to study does not mean that they don't exist - it means that they are not available, stored or possible yes do not exist. Mega fauna and flora have existed - possibly due to the atmospheric /global conditions of those times. There is overwhelming circumstantial evidence. I don't write off 10-12 foot just because it seems implausible b
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6 years ago
Misterx
My understanding is that Mr Foerster has in this interview ... Video Transcript been fairly clear that the findings so far seem to lend support to the theory that this skull is different than modern man and not a bound skull resulting in cranial deformation. I believe he was writing a book about the deformation practice with David Hatcher Childress. He's amenable to the idea
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7 years ago
Misterx
I have watched a number of Michael's presentations and make the predication that the answer to this question is a yes. Welcome Michael.
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7 years ago
Misterx
Hello Archae My opinion on your question is that I more often see or hear a phrase akin to "Even with today's technology we would find it a lengthy and difficult undertaking." I think this is a more productive view, albeit a fence sit. Let's assume for a second that there were no current lifting means for placing the blocks but the project of building an identical pyramid was somehow
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7 years ago
Misterx
That's interesting - I have not always felt like that but I imagine that having such a belief or outlook allows you to more easily cultivate a positive mental attitude and that's something I continually work towards because all the people I admire or are drawn towards have that and the moaners suck away your prana. E
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