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#21 Mon 14th Sep 2009 12:06 pm

zenden
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WHOA.  WOW.  im going over there to read right now.  blows me away.  love this stuff.  on it.  thanks Siri Man.  u knew it.  U KNOW IT.

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#22 Mon 14th Sep 2009 12:21 pm

Falvion
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Siri, this gave me chills. Thank you.

This gives me a whole new view of the crucifixion-- a better one, I might add.

I have to get hold of that Blue Apples book and read it someday soon.



Later: I found Blue Apples online here:

www.bibliotecapleyades.net/merovingians … apples.htm

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#23 Tue 15th Sep 2009 03:11 am

SiriArc
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For The YOU

Which IS(IS) WE

And The WE(WE) Which Be THEE



http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b321/siriarc/MWSnap054.jpg


http://forum.noblerealms.org/pics/555_zenden_scroll.jpg




DeJa (Y)(O) VU


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#24 Fri 18th Sep 2009 06:09 am

SiriArc
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Then ('94):

At that Intensive, as the Meditation continued:

....... Arrival IN Lemuria,

then, INTO Their Domain .......

It was dark Inside, as was Their Presence

{ Unlike the first time, years before,

[At the Open-Door Bookstore, watching a Video with about twelve others which contained a Meditation]

when That Old Man had stepped from behind an Ancient Tree, and, overwhelmed with Love For Him,
The Tears Flowed,
....... And The Tears Flowed .......
....... No idea of Who He was .......
....... ‘Til about Four And One Half years later .......}

A Gift is being Given, Something They Treasure,

Something Precious From The Heart:

A Small Ornate Silver Box .......

Initially, this seemed the Gift, but later, almost as a afterthought, the Box is Opened:

INSIDE:

A “CompassLikeDevice“ .......

{Like:

Drafting instrument used for drawing circles .......

But So Much More}


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#25 Fri 18th Sep 2009 02:03 pm

Falvion
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She reads with delight, for the poetry holds truths that defy words.

The image drops its veils slowly, one by one.

Slowly, a thrill of recognition moves up her spine.

Hair stands on end.

hjarta

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#26 Sat 19th Sep 2009 02:58 am

SiriArc
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#27 Mon 21st Sep 2009 04:45 am

SiriArc
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http://i33.tinypic.com/2qxyrnt.jpg


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#28 Thu 15th Oct 2009 02:47 am

SiriArc
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So, check Your Attention Wallet and Consider what You’d like to Pay for:

themanipulatingcrapweaselswant“you???focusedhere_______


Maybe You Would Care To Spend A Couple Foci Here Instead:



http://www.unknowncountry.com/revelations/?id=471

  Physics and Consciousness--What's Being Hidden?


Experiments prove that thought changes quantum measurement. But does it go further? Is the universe itself conscious, as Max Planck and Albert Einstein thought? How has this idea, which was central to the early history of quantum physics, become fringe science? Why have we been catastrophically disempowered, and how can we reestablish our connection with earth and the universe?

Listen as William Henry interviews David Sereda about the bone-chilling reasons that we turned away from this reality and began, as a society, to live the lie that the universe is a vast, unconscious desert, perhaps sprinkled with intelligent life and perhaps not.

How do we recover from our disastrous journey into materialism, and regain our power as part of a living universe?

David Sereda offers brilliant new ideas to help us recover from the slavery and blindness imposed by the illusion of materialism.


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#29 Thu 15th Oct 2009 06:24 am

SW
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hjartaapplausehjarta


HOPE is the thing with feathers   
That perches in the soul,   
And sings the tune without the words,   
And never stops at all        Emily Dickinson

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#30 Thu 3rd Dec 2009 04:04 am

SiriArc
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Is Mankind MUCH Older?



And As An Aside:

Would It Be A Consideration

That Those Sources,

The Ones Who Know

The Ones Who Care

Have The Ability To Kick The Crap Out Of The HereToFore cyclicredundancy?


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