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#30: June 04, 2020, 12:53:54 PM
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Let's see who knows their Plato.

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Plato brings in Solon,--[In Timaeus.]--telling a story that he had heard from the priests of
Sais in Egypt, that of old, and before the Deluge, there was a great island called Atlantis,
situate directly at the mouth of the straits of Gibraltar, which contained more countries
than both Africa and Asia put together; and that the kings of that country, who not only
possessed that Isle, but extended their dominion so far into the continent that they had a
country of Africa as far as Egypt, and extending in Europe to Tuscany, attempted to
encroach even upon Asia, and to subjugate all the nations that border upon the
Mediterranean Sea, as far as the Black Sea; and to that effect overran all Spain, the Gauls,
and Italy, so far as to penetrate into Greece, where the Athenians stopped them: but that
some time after, both the [Atlantians], and they and their island, were swallowed by the
Flood.
 
But there is no great appearance that this isle was this New World so lately discovered:
for that almost touched upon Spain, and it were an incredible effect of an inundation, to
have tumbled back so prodigious a mass, above twelve hundred leagues: besides that our
modern navigators have already almost discovered it to be no island, but terra firma, and
continent with the East Indies on the one side, and with the lands under the two poles on
the other side; or, if it be separate from them, it is by so narrow a strait and channel, that
it none the more deserves the name of an island for that.
It should seem, that in this great body [the Atlantic?], there are two sorts of motions, the
one natural and the other febrific [feverish], as there are in ours. When I consider the
impression that our river of Dordogne has made in my time on the right bank of its
descent, and that in twenty years it has gained so much, and undermined the foundations
of so many houses, I perceive it to be an extraordinary agitation: for had it always
followed this course, or were hereafter to do it, the aspect of the world would be totally
changed. But rivers alter their course, sometimes beating against the one side, and
sometimes the other, and some times quietly keeping the channel. I do not speak of
sudden inundations, the causes of which everybody understands. In Medoc, by the
seashore, the Sieur d'Arsac, my brother, sees an estate he had there, buried under the
sands which the sea vomits before it: where the tops of some houses are yet to be seen,
and where his rents and domains are converted into pitiful barren pasturage. The
inhabitants of this place affirm, that of late years the sea has driven so vehemently upon
them, that they have lost above four leagues of land. These sands are her harbingers: and
we now see great heaps of moving sand, that march half a league before her, and occupy
the land.


The other testimony from antiquity, to which some would apply this discovery of the
New World, is in Aristotle; at least, if that little book of Unheard of Miracles be his. He
there tells us, that certain Carthaginians, having crossed the Atlantic Sea without the
Straits of Gibraltar, and sailed a very long time, discovered at last a great and fruitful
island, all covered over with wood, and watered with several broad and deep rivers, far
remote from all terra firma; and that they, and others after them, allured by the goodness
and fertility of the soil, went thither with their wives and children, and began to plant a
colony. But the senate of Carthage perceiving their people by little and little to diminish,
issued out an express prohibition, that none, upon pain of death, should transport
themselves thither; and also drove out these new inhabitants; fearing, 'tis said, lest' in
process of time they should so multiply as to supplant themselves and ruin their state. But
this relation of Aristotle no more agrees with our new-found lands than the other.

All things, says Plato,--[Laws, 10.]--are produced either by nature, by fortune, or by art;
the greatest and most beautiful by the one or the other of the former, the least and the
most imperfect by the last.


These nations then seem to me to be so far barbarous, as having received but very little
form and fashion from art and human invention, and consequently to be not much remote
from their original simplicity. The laws of nature, however, govern them still, not as yet
much vitiated with any mixture of ours: but 'tis in such purity, that I am sometimes
troubled we were not sooner acquainted with these people, and that they were not
discovered in those better times, when there were men much more able to judge of them
than we are. I am sorry that Lycurgus and Plato had no knowledge of them; for to my
apprehension, what we now see in those nations, does not only surpass all the pictures
with which the poets have adorned the golden age, and all their inventions in feigning a
happy state of man, but, moreover, the fancy and even the wish and desire of philosophy
itself; so native and so pure a simplicity, as we by experience see to be in them, could
never enter into their imagination, nor could they ever believe that human society could
have been maintained with so little artifice and human patchwork. I should tell Plato that
it is a nation wherein there is no manner of traffic, no knowledge of letters, no science of
numbers, no name of magistrate or political superiority; no use of service, riches or
poverty, no contracts, no successions, no dividends, no properties, no employments, but
those of leisure, no respect of kindred, but common, no clothing, no agriculture, no metal,
no use of corn or wine; the very words that signify lying, treachery, dissimulation,
avarice, envy, detraction, pardon, never heard of.

They have continual war with the nations that live further within the mainland, beyond
their mountains, to which they go naked, and without other arms than their bows and
wooden swords, fashioned at one end like the head of our javelins. The obstinacy of their
battles is wonderful, and they never end without great effusion of blood: for as to running
away, they know not what it is. Every one for a trophy brings home the head of an enemy
he has killed, which he fixes over the door of his house. After having a long time treated
their prisoners very well, and given them all the regales they can think of, he to whom the
prisoner belongs, invites a great assembly of his friends. They being come, he ties a rope
to one of the arms of the prisoner, of which, at a distance, out of his reach, he holds the
one end himself, and gives to the friend he loves best the other arm to hold after the same
manner; which being. done, they two, in the presence of all the assembly, dispatch him
with their swords. After that, they roast him, eat him amongst them, and send some chops
to their absent friends. They do not do this, as some think, for nourishment, as the
Scythians anciently did, but as a representation of an extreme revenge; as will appear by
this: that having observed the Portuguese, who were in league with their enemies, to
inflict another sort of death upon any of them they took prisoners, which was to set them
up to the girdle in the earth, to shoot at the remaining part till it was stuck full of arrows,
and then to hang them, they thought those people of the other world (as being men who
had sown the knowledge of a great many vices amongst their neighbors, and who were
much greater masters in all sorts of mischief than they) did not exercise this sort of
revenge without a meaning, and that it must needs be more painful than theirs, they began
to leave their old way, and to follow this. I am not sorry that we should here take notice
of the barbarous horror of so cruel an action, but that, seeing so clearly into their faults,
we should be so blind to our own. I conceive there is more barbarity in eating a man
alive, than when he is dead; in tearing a body limb from limb by racks and torments, that
is yet in perfect sense; in roasting it by degrees; in causing it to be bitten and worried by
dogs and swine (as we have not only read, but lately seen, not amongst inveterate and
mortal enemies, but among neighbors and fellow-citizens, and, which is worse, under
color of piety and religion), than to roast and eat him after he is dead.
Chrysippus and Zeno, the two heads of the Stoic sect, were of opinion that there was no
hurt in making use of our dead carcasses, in what way so ever for our necessity, and in
feeding upon them too;--[Diogenes Laertius, vii. 188.]--as our own ancestors, who being
besieged by Caesar in the city Alexia, resolved to sustain the famine of the siege with the
bodies of their old men, women, and other persons who were incapable of bearing arms.

But to return to my story: these prisoners are so far from discovering the least weakness,
for all the terrors that can be represented to them, that, on the contrary, during the two or
three months they are kept, they always appear with a cheerful countenance; importune
their masters to make haste to bring them to the test, defy, rail at them, and reproach them
with cowardice, and the number of battles they have lost against those of their country. I
have a song made by one of these prisoners, wherein he bids them "come all, and dine
upon him, and welcome, for they shall withal eat their own fathers and grandfathers,
whose flesh has served to feed and nourish him. These muscles," says he, "this flesh and
these veins, are your own: poor silly souls as you are, you little think that the substance of
your ancestors' limbs is here yet; notice what you eat, and you will find in it the taste of
your own flesh:" in which song there is to be observed an invention that nothing relishes
of the barbarian. Those that paint these people dying after this manner, represent the
prisoner spitting in the faces of his executioners and making wry mouths at them. And 'tis
most certain, that to the very last gasp, they never cease to brave and defy them both in
word and gesture. In plain truth, these men are very savage in comparison of us; of
necessity, they must either be absolutely so or else we are savages; for there is a vast
difference betwixt their manners and ours.

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#31: June 04, 2020, 12:57:52 PM
As per Plato what is the difference between a table and a Table
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table would refer to an object in this reality. Table would refer to the concept of a table.
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table would refer to an object in this reality. Table would refer to the concept of a table.

Yes or more specifically the lower case table would refer to a flawed by the nature it exists here table versus capital T representing the ideal of a table so again revisit my statement as to what was manifesting
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#34: June 04, 2020, 09:52:54 PM
The victims from the Missing 411 events experienced table, we're about to all experience Table
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#35: June 04, 2020, 09:58:08 PM
Are we talking Navajo cynanthropy skinwalker, or entity that hijacks other people’s bodies skinwalker?

Members of the tribe say any animal shape can be taken, wolves are most common. They keep the same word for wolf as magic.
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table would refer to an object in this reality. Table would refer to the concept of a table.

Yes or more specifically the lower case table would refer to a flawed by the nature it exists here table versus capital T representing the ideal of a table so again revisit my statement as to what was manifesting

The 'idea'/'concept' or archetype of Skinwalkers and not the literal ones, which the concept of (and other related entities) originates from (what we call) the 'ataraxians'?

The screams and lightning was caused by the energy of ataraxians manifesting?
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#37: June 04, 2020, 10:24:09 PM
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The screams and lightning was caused by the energy of ataraxians manifesting?

Who are the Ataraxians?
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The screams and lightning was caused by the energy of ataraxians manifesting?

Who are the Ataraxians?

Ancient entities that walked on earth before humans, like to feed on our loosh and blood and apparently prefer to take the appearance of killer clowns (but some can see through their masquerade).

They are also a part of the whole 'Pizzagate' (that started with Sandy Hook) thread that none have connected (until, of course, we did ;) ).
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#39: June 05, 2020, 12:13:18 AM
godzilla

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#40: June 05, 2020, 12:23:00 AM
Lol watch the old gods join our race war, Iliad 2.0. If Asia has Godzilla we need more guns.

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I’m laughing, this guy has the right idea, You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login
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Lol watch the old gods join our race war, Iliad 2.0. If Asia has Godzilla we need more guns.

If each race was made by a different creator (a 'god' in the truer sense of the term), then wouldn't that mean 'they' never stopped participating in 'our' race war?
Why are the races called 'races', as in a competition to achieve a certain destination/end goal? The 'end' in mention would appear to be the evolution and ascension of the 3D vessel.
Who will be the first to achieve it? Though we know that it has happened at least a few times (and that's just 'recently') for all except one and the 'end' was a 'reset' of the race in mentions civilization. Chinese, Europeans, and then the Spanish being the most recent (think Mayans ascending and not returning). Who's left out of that group?

It seems like the 'gods' live through the races, and the 'gods' are just archetypes and aspects of Creators self, always interacting and trying to deal with the existence of the 'other'. We don't 'live life', but instead it lives through us. What a ride.

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This is even more interesting when you realize that all of Baal's penises are placed on specific energy points all over the earth, which do connect with one another. I wonder what would be revealed if they were plotted on a map and made to connect.
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table would refer to an object in this reality. Table would refer to the concept of a table.

Yes or more specifically the lower case table would refer to a flawed by the nature it exists here table versus capital T representing the ideal of a table so again revisit my statement as to what was manifesting

Plato's realm of forms, beyond space and time (beyond the veil).  The entity is (re)born anew?  Goddess of Chaos who gave birth to many awful children?  ERis/DIScordia?
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Plato's realm of forms, beyond space and time (beyond the veil).  The entity is (re)born anew?  Goddess of Chaos who gave birth to many awful children?  ERis/DIScordia?

I agree with this. Khaos is Latin aer or air and the Greeks‘ definition of primordial darkness is more like “dark mist” or fog. Chaos, storms, lightning, mist, rain... all pointing to the same Form? Sheds light on the air triangles tattooed on Daisy Ridley, Jared Leto, etc.
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table would refer to an object in this reality. Table would refer to the concept of a table.

Yes or more specifically the lower case table would refer to a flawed by the nature it exists here table versus capital T representing the ideal of a table so again revisit my statement as to what was manifesting

table = low key = un-natural, physical representative of it's high key form.
Table = high key = natural = metaphysical, owner of its low key representative.

I think.

So what are skinwalkers? Physical representation of who/what? I am not qualified to suggest.
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