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The Master Board / Re: When I was a child...
« Last post by Possibles on December 14, 2017, 04:11:25 PM »
When I was a child... I noticed the difference in behavior between a dog who had 'escaped' and was having a brief fling before returning home, and one who was lost.
One made me smile, and one frightened me.
Both dogs existed in me too.
Later on things never really changed.
Most day's I'm content with my place in life. But now and then I feel Ive lost my way, knowing I'm not where I should be, nor remembering the way back. Running or biting the hand that wants to feed and rescue me, not responding to my true name. But those times are brief.

When I was a child... I would ride my bike to the church for confession once a week. Sometimes when it was slow the Priest would take me to a private room in the back and hear my confession. Sometimes he would ask me if I had any sins 'down there' and he would touch me down there. I had no idea what he was talking about, but he was a nice man and it was the 'house of God' so it must have been ok. It never got any heavier than that but it was the first time I ever experienced a shapeshifter. The shapeshifting being energetic and not physical. I was too young to understand what was happening but I remember noticing the change in energy.

I've never been much for ritual;
Maybe a wind-up on the pitchers mound,
or cleaning my 'sporting goods',
or a glass of wine (or three) with one of the beloved,
or sitting quietly before teaching or just because.
Just a few years ago I did a house cleaning and gathered a bunch of old documents(contracts) that had my name or signature on them, one document was my First Communion Document. I don't remember the priests name but it would have been on the paper somewhere. I didn't bother looking, I just burned the hole stack. I cried but I'm not sure for whom.

When I was a child...Children could play outside after dark. Parents had to drag us inside for meals and bed.
One time (around time of the Priest thing above) a nice t-bird pulled up to me and two of my young friends. It was new, maybe a 63. A stranger asked if we wanted to go for a ride. There was no way I was going to but it was obvious my friends were about too. I started screaming and crying. The driver paniced and drove away.
It was weird, I wasn't really scared, and I felt like a fool afterward. Later on I realized that playing/being the fool could not only save youself, but others.
I never told my father about the t-bird or priest thing, even though as a father and because of his chosen profession it was his business to know and I understood that. Being emphatic I knew the burden my father carried though he never showed it. I didn't want to add to that, and by my fathers example I learned to bear my own burdens. My father looked a bit like a very athletic Dean Martin. He was a singer and dancer too. Women loved him.
As a personality he was like Bill Cosby, loose and fun but you didn't dare cross certain lines. In his professional life he was straight forward and honest but he sometimes reminded me of Detective Colombo. Pretending to know less than he really did. He acted like that around people who feared or patronized him. I didn't know why some people feared my father. Now I do. Poetic Justice of the Peace should have been his title.
After he retired he lived in a few esoteric communities. He was trying to make sense of what he had experienced I think.

When I was a child... As family we used to go swimming at an outdoor pool. This property was about fifteen miles from where we lived. It was a spartan but decent country club setting with a nice rec hall too. Lots of people worked there. They had thier own softball league and fields.
This place was on property which was surrounded by four barbwire topped fences. The two interior fences were electrified. A few people worked at guard posts and patrols, the rec center and grounds maintenance but most worked inside the mountain or underground. Inside was one place my father never took me and any conversion about it was strictly taboo.
One day we were swimming and one of my fathers acquaintances joined us in the pool. An officer that looked and sounded like an American but wasn't like any American, or any other person I had ever met. My childhood was very multi-cultural, but I don't think this dude was from 'around here'. I distictly remember him smiling at me and then laughing boisterously for no particular reason. The music 'The new Fifth Dimensions song .Up,Up and Away. was banging out on the speakers. I felt a short moment of paralysis but quickly broke free. He laughed again.
We played catch in the water for a while and I had a grand time. My father and mother watched quietly but silently from lounge chairs. I asked my father about him later, he shrugged and dismissed him as a co-worker.
In my entire life my father never lied to me. But I knew when/what not to ask. I never thought that introduction
was coincidence, I think it was purposeful.

Some here might think (and I wouldn't blame them) that I was/am compromised by handlers. And that I am not my own person. I assure you that is not the case. Freedom of choice is prime and, for me anyway, Ive made that plain to many whom, over the years have tried to bind me to agendas. My sins and virtues are my own.
The only clown I like is Homie, and 'Homie don't play dat'.
The Master Board / Re: The last key (stairway to heaven)
« Last post by Firefly369 on December 14, 2017, 12:12:47 PM »
by Brian Stross

This study links body symbolism, religious experience, and visual representation through a
consideration of the sacrum bone and the surrounding pelvic girdle in cosmological traditions of
Mesoamerica. An argument is put forward, using ethnographic, linguistic, and iconographic
evidence, that the sacrum bone was a "sacred" bone, that it played a significant part in some
Prehispanic Mesoamerican iconographic and cosmological traditions as it did in some Old World
cultures, that it was related to reproduction, fertility, and reincarnation, and that in Mesoamerica the
sacrum represented one index of the more generalized but variously manifested "portals" or
doorways permitting translocation of shamans, spirits, and deities between worlds or levels of the
The Master Board / Re: The langauge crystal
« Last post by Firefly369 on December 14, 2017, 11:58:02 AM »
Look at the etymology of the names of people who have played a significant role in your life. Then think about what lessons you've learned from your experiences with them. You'll be floored at the correspondences.

Even though I was less aware of many things, I knew the importance of names when I named my children.
 I made sure they had significant names that would form them into powerful hue-mans. 

I am always amazed how many people do not look at the meaning of the names before they name their babies. 

I had JUST read this post on GLP before I clicked over here. 

We are the Na'vis in Avatar!
The Spirit Warrior was sent to deliver a message to you. He was attempted many times before. Many of you have seen his message, but you did not understand his original delivery methods. So, I am here to deliver the message for him.

It is a man of the Entertainment business that has been delivering his messages through film, but he may not even have been truly aware that the Spirit Warrior was working through him.

At this moment in time, we [humans] are living as the Na'vis of the Avatar film.

Someone correctly identified the man as Kirk Cameron.  Another poster broke down the name.
Kirk Cameron


He's been a Spirit Soldier as well, but he delivers different messages.

And Kirk is an old name for (get this) Church.
 (Ka=Spirit, Meron= Soldiers)
The Master Board / Re: Happy birthday, Nick. Blow it!
« Last post by Bythos on December 14, 2017, 11:30:16 AM »
Happy Birthday Nick! May this new cycle around the sun be the best one yet!

With my deep appreciation, gratitude and admiration for who you are.

The Master Board / Re: The langauge crystal
« Last post by montecristo777 on December 14, 2017, 10:46:37 AM »
Look at the etymology of the names of people who have played a significant role in your life. Then think about what lessons you've learned from your experiences with them. You'll be floored at the correspondences.
masc. proper name, from French Nicolas, from Latin Nicholaus, Nicolaus, from Greek Nikholaos, literally "victory-people," from nike "victory" (see Nike) + laos "people"
The saint (obit. 326 C.E.) was a bishop of Myra in Lycia, patron of scholars, especially schoolboys.
Colloquial Old Nick "the devil" is attested from 1640s, evidently from the proper name, but for no certain reason.

interesting! ;D Harder to find etymology on the names of my language but there are descriptions of the names, they seem quite accurate. Heres the description of my name:
Spirit and body is in harmony, therefore to ''live'' means to give his all without remainder. Always busy running daily errands. Easily suggestible to brave deeds. Easily falls to temptation and would willingly like to understand that which can't be understood. With his sparkling cozyness/cheerfulness he always puts in some crackling firewood in the shared fireplace. The feeling of his disdain against the greyness of daily life is in his blood, and in his imagination, Baron Munchausen is a mere schoolboy.
The Master Board / Re: The langauge crystal
« Last post by Grass is Green on December 14, 2017, 09:48:18 AM »
Look at the etymology of the names of people who have played a significant role in your life. Then think about what lessons you've learned from your experiences with them. You'll be floored at the correspondences.
The Master Board / Re: The first rule of book club is...
« Last post by Grass is Green on December 14, 2017, 09:43:53 AM »
The Light of Egypt or The Science of the Soul and the Stars Vol 1  by Thomas Burgoyne

The Light of Egypt; Or, The Science of the Soul and the Stars — Volume 2

And an interesting corresponding website

"The universe is boundless and unlimited, a circle whose circumference is everywhere and whose centre is nowhere."

Sounds like a description of the flower of life, no?
The Master Board / Re: The langauge crystal
« Last post by montecristo777 on December 14, 2017, 08:03:55 AM »
This video can fit in SO many threads, but he breaks down words so perfectly, it will settle in here nicely.   

He is a little hard to understand at times, but he covers the Dharma wheel, Etymology, Taurus fields, ADAM, DNA, electricity, etc.

  It's an amazing video.  I'd recommend finding the time to watch it.

As Above So Below- Understanding the Dharma Wheel and Everything Else
Nice one, i started watching this a week or two ago but didnt finish it, now reading more into the language crystal I watched and its a good one!
One thing i don't get is why there is no mention of the 13th zodiac sign ophiuchus in most places, but there seems to be a few variations of the zodiac and 12 sign has become the standart..

This one was in the suggested videos and just damn.. I love the old school presentation and the little smirk the guy has. A good party trick that, cooking eggs on your morning newspaper lol
The Master Board / Re: News, News and News
« Last post by Grass is Green on December 14, 2017, 04:39:59 AM »
Right, but for the wrong reasons. Face to face with an unredeemed spirit, it will challenge your authority. You must assert your will as an individualized consciousness of Creator, without fear, without apology, without uncertainty. It will abide.
Ive had to learn to walk alone most of the time. I'm real picky about who I have along when I'm in the shit.
But I'd be your wingman any day, any time.

I trust that when the time comes we will all be by each other's side.
The Master Board / Re: Happy birthday, Nick. Blow it!
« Last post by Firefly369 on December 14, 2017, 03:53:02 AM »
Happy Birthday Nick. I had one this week too. Grateful to you and all the others.

Happy Birthday to you, too @Possibles

Here's a special video for you  :)
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