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Glass Jigsaw
Hi again Really pleased it came through for you. Due to EU laws I can't even get some American sites anymore. Best wishes Yve
Forum: Mysteries
Yesterday
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Siiiiisame I am a great admirer of Laird's work. I am not sure what China lets through these days, but I hope these will be of help. Your English is a million times better than my Chinese ! Wishing you the very best of success with your work. Stay well Yve
Forum: Mysteries
Yesterday
Glass Jigsaw
Hi shostic I take it that you are being disingenuous. I doubt you really want me to deconstruct or disseminate seals, symbols and talismans. You are right about the yellow and blue. The advertising industry reports that a yellow star on a blue background is the most universally recognised logo. Yellow patches in one shape or another have been used to mark out the 'undesirables' for centuries
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Sirius I don't have a problem with what you say. I like your posts, but you can't think for me, I can do that for myself you know, so calling me an 'acolyte' is rather an overstretch. The simple reason I don't want artefacts destroyed is because they are a record of Humanity, which at times is pretty terrible. While they exist they can be questioned, explained and debated. In Asia t
Forum: Global Village
3 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
I could still strangle you though ! I have got a bit hooked. It must be something to do with animals. I have only got one thing to say to you Have fun Yve
Forum: Misc.
3 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Ray My goodness. What amazing choral music. I have never heard anything quite like that before. What a tapestry of voices ! It's now on my saved list. I hope you enjoyed all of your Thanksgiving days, how Americans can gear up again for Christmas so soon is an achievement. I want to see that film, have heard it's terrible or marvellous, with nothing in between. I remember it as it unfolded,
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Thank you for your PM. The links are so interesting. I have no idea where the time went . Take care Yve
Forum: Author of the Month
3 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi all I wish I had had time to take part here as I saw such a great documentary about Giants in October. There seems to be some move to hide all our ancient history, and heaven knows why. It just dehumanises us IMO. I only really take note of the glyphs, legends and Myths now, which DO tie in with what they find. They reckoned the most recent giants were around 8', not making an enormous differ
Forum: Author of the Month
12 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi seasmith Do you happen to know if those dark stars on the ceiling have been isolated and laid out separately from the rest ?. Thanks Yve
Forum: Mysteries
12 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Oh Lyle ! OK ...If it is spelt Whisky it is Scottish. If it is spelt WhiskEy it is Irish. By the way the tins that Glenfiddich comes in make great spaghetti containers. I could slap Archaic. I found myself watching more cow hooves yesterday.I can't believe it doesn't hurt the poor animals. Happy Thanksgiving to all Americans ! Have fun Yve
Forum: Misc.
13 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Sean, Eddie and all. So, I thought I would join a new book club, a nice Sunday Afternoon at the library, to discover new authors and get me right away from subjects I am used to. I went along and it was really enjoyable, and the book I was handed to take home and read this month ' Hamnet' by Maggie O' Farrell. First page - Historical Note In the 1580s, a couple living in Henley Street,
Forum: History
13 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Ray I found that very moving. One of the young women has the delicate look of my Grandmother, and of course I never knew her when she was young, and those eyes have carried down to my generation. I see my cousins, and my uncles and some male cousins look like the classic Vikings, very tall, well built, with the blond hair. Yes, it is a strong Scandinavian heritage indeed. Thank you so much
Forum: Inner Space
17 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Lyle and all What a pain. That often happens here. Years ago in the 2000s decade, probably mid, I was driving home and the Moon was enormous, and looked like it was wearing a turtleneck sweater. It truly spooked me. When we had the full eclipse of the Sun in 1999 I was in the garden. The birds all went very quiet a while before, clever little things. All the flowers turned into colours I ca
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
17 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Ray You reminded me of when I was very small, and asked my mother who it was talking in my head.( background chatter ). She said some ancient people thought the body was only invented to carry that important part around, so it could experience Earth.I never forgot that. So I can appreciate the Cartesian disconnect, IF I understand it correctly, but it seems as pointless as building a radio
Forum: Inner Space
17 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Eddie I'm sorry, I expressed that badly. What I meant was instead of the incremental adjustments back and forth, the revolutionary i.e. instant transformations from nowhere aspect seemed to have become a theme. Too much Hollywood and apes swinging through the trees suddenly becoming the master race, due to a magic gene popping up. I have just been reading about Gould himself. I note he cam
Forum: Inner Space
17 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Eddie I couldn't agree more. It just blows the entrenched preconceptions apart IMO. I always thought Darwin had so much attributed to him that was not of his doing at all, and was outside revolutionary impositions, not evolutionary, to suit agendas, dumbed down for public consumption. I think of Human DNA as a giant store cupboard. It's very exciting. Have fun Yve
Forum: Inner Space
17 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Melissa So much in this OP now, but I think what you say here is very informative. If a future earthling/ alien wandered around,and fairly regularly found a cake and a fork together they would have no concept of the ingredients being mixed correctly, or an oven or much else. Somehow the fork would equal a cake, and finding copper tools, well, so what ? OK, so they appear to have started to
Forum: Mysteries
17 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Ray I have only read your and Eddie's posts and have absolutely no idea why evolution is mentioned, as it it has zero to do with the OP. Anyway, you are correct. I saw Eddie's post about the primates sign being changed. It possibly slipped through due to all the covid science being bandied around. Humans have always been Human. There is NO sub-species, unlike land and sea mammals. If you h
Forum: Inner Space
18 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Sean I read your later comment as well. My head spins re Elizabeth. I am very conflicted in my thoughts. On one hand having read the book setting out why she could have been male it is just so plausible, BUT !!! Take no notice of the modern take that women of that era were downtrodden wretches. They were very powerful women in fact. Henry 8th's first wife, Catherine of Aragon even led troop
Forum: History
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Eddie Yes, that still holds true. The Scots are terrible savages...:)The Romans never managed to take over Scotland so they have kept their own Laws. The Picts ( Pixies ) drove them crazy, stealing animals and supplies silently overnight time and time again. I think you are so familiar with Britain that you know it's one of our National pastimes to hurl insults at each other. Indeed my neig
Forum: History
19 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Not really Paranormal, but it IS out of Normality so that's my excuse ...:() It looked fabulous last night. In Astrology an eclipse removes, closes a chapter, the effects felt soon afterwards. Happy Sky Gazing Yve
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
22 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Agni Love this. I have taken to having a Cat Nap in the afternoon, to doze and read in bed, and a quick wash is A Cat's Lick and a Promise.Do you know about eating Humble Pie ? Much like your Eating Crow, The Umbles were the nasty bit of an animal, intestines and rough bits, usually a deer. So pretty inedible. We still give distances ' As the Crow flies' and let the person on the ground work
Forum: Inner Space
22 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Eddie Great article. Land goes under and land comes up, sometimes the same land many times doesn't it ?. This is like a virgin birth. Fascinating to see it bear and sustain life exponentially, in safety.It's also why I wish 'they' would stop messing about in Space and on the Lunar Surface. They found bacteria survives on the space shuttle shields.It also behaves differently in orbit.
Forum: Science & Space
22 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Eddie You are most welcome. It was actually your OP on the metaphysical writers that brought Mr S to my mind again, as so much of their work gets wrongly attributed to him or the Bible. Our school curriculum covered the historical era, like a background to our English studies, so easier for us to see the times Shakespeare wrote in, plus of course we only have to set foot outside and we are
Forum: History
24 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi again Lyle Yes, that's what it was invented for. Start the eco companies and get the political mates to enforce their use in law. All in it together. Our Queen/ Monarch now owns the seabed around Britain. It goes out 200 miles in some places, so, NOW she can, and has, sold off highly expensive seabed aka land, leases for all the industrial platforms for the wind and wave arms.It was sneaked
Forum: Science & Space
24 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi drew Just something that crossed my mind. I'm English and there is absolutely nothing living thing here that is dangerous. The adder, a shy snake, may cause nasty muscle damage, and that's it really. We can go into any cave, as deep as we like, without fear except about getting stuck. Could you see that as having any real relevance ?. Our caves seem more to be the homes of hermits and magic
Forum: Mysteries
24 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Eddie Why has this OP got warped-again- by the ubiquitous word Science ? The OP is about Feelings. Religion just means following a regime, like religiously brushing your teeth every day. So, I take Rays query as do I need a routine to let a feeling flourish. I also think the worked to death word 'evolution; is confused with exponentially. Please someone go and tell the Amazon tribes and the An
Forum: Inner Space
24 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Lyle Seems to be his personal trademark. I like his minder rushing over ! Have fun. ( The JD buggies cannot be insured for road use here, so I'm sulking....:( Yve
Forum: Global Village
24 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Sean and all I thought this may be of interest.The analysis of the painting explains the cyphers in use. He mentions As you Like It. It highlights for me that only someone close to the Court would be aware of what was going on, and that wasn't a Mr Shakespeare. If you aren't familiar with the plot this is a synopsis. and this is the analysis of the painting, currently hanging in one
Forum: History
26 days ago
Glass Jigsaw
Hi Melissa I have to come back to this later. I really like what you wrote. What I am wondering here is have you hit on a Fire Line. Like it took a while to cotton on about the rocks being the important factor on the line of St Michael. The 4 elements we have Fire, Air, Earth and Water, and the Orient would add in metal and or wood. We have the Ley lines which are Earth, it looks like there c
Forum: Mysteries
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