I bet we can come up with much better stuff than reddit. I'll start.So-called prophets are really just people who are really good at getting the world to manifest their statements.
Why do we park on driveways and drive on Parkways?In all seriousness though has anyone ever wondered why water stimulates thought it's a Perfectly Natural consequence
Quote from: nrgiseternal on February 17, 2017, 04:24:40 PMWhy do we park on driveways and drive on Parkways?In all seriousness though has anyone ever wondered why water stimulates thought it's a Perfectly Natural consequenceCause water is a container of consciousness?Also...I still drive Uber, I met a guy just last week and we got to talking right? Well at some point I mentioned how words have more than one meaning etc, words have power and can be used to confuse.. his example to me, to show understanding was exactly what you said about the driveway, parkway. Word for word... I'm totally blown away by that... So strange how the universe talks back man
late 14c., "upper regions of space," from Old French ether and directly from Latin aether "the upper pure, bright air," from Greek aether "upper air; bright, purer air; the sky," from aithein "to burn, shine," from PIE root *aidh- "to burn" (see edifice ). In ancient cosmology, the element that filled all space beyond the sphere of the moon, constituting the substance of the stars and planets. Conceived of as a purer form of fire or air, or as a fifth element. From 17c.-19c., it was the scientific word for an assumed "frame of reference" for forces in the universe, perhaps without material properties. The concept was shaken by the Michelson-Morley experiment (1887) and discarded after the Theory of Relativity won acceptance, but before it went it gave rise to the colloquial use of ether for "the radio" (1899). The name also was bestowed c.1730 (Frobenius; in English by 1757) on a volatile chemical compound known since 14c. for its lightness and lack of color (its anesthetic properties weren't fully established until 1842).