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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  HigherLove on Fri Jan 13, 2012 11:15 am

    Owlsden wrote:
    Interesting info HigherLove.

    Wonder if she Sweets Dreams?


    Not sure what that is (is this regarding a red and white friend?).

    Seen anymore white rabbits?


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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  HigherLove on Fri Jan 13, 2012 11:21 am

    Owlsden wrote:Now I LOVE your Artwork!

    Hugs

    Thanks. I wish it was mine.

    I was trying to tell a story while also picking up on hidden codes within the colors that would be recognizable by my fellow wanderers awakening.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQxRirqSqoU&feature=results_main&playnext=1&list=PL12414BEE3B94E60E

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    Woke up this morning
    Dragged myself across the bed
    Alice went to wonderland
    But I stayed home instead
    I started feeling bad
    ’cause I was left behind
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    Oh yes, I’m a wanderer

    She climbed right through the mirror
    Oh that really blew my mind
    I think I’ll follow through her rhythm
    And her rhyme
    I know I’m ready now
    It’s just a little time
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    I’m a wanderer

    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    I travel every place
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    From here to outer space
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    Got no time
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    Just a wanderer

    Slipped down the back stair
    On my toes
    The out the door
    They didn’t hear
    Now they won’t
    See me anymore
    ’cause I’m can’t take
    That nine to five life
    It’s a bore
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    Just a wanderer

    And so it’s up and out
    And on and off the road
    Won’t have no troubles
    ’cause the whole world
    Is my home
    No need to worry
    ’cause I seldom am alone
    ’cause I’m wanderer
    I’m a wanderer

    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    I travel every place
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    From here to outer space
    ’cause I’m wanderer
    Got no time
    Cause I’m a wanderer
    Just a wanderer

    Now you may see me
    Any time and any place
    And you may know me
    From the same look
    On your face
    And I don’t know if I could
    Change your frame of mind
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    Just a wanderer

    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    I travel every place
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    From here to outer space
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    Got no time
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    ’cause I’m a wanderer
    ’cause I’m a wanderer...



    "The Wanderer" is a song by American singer Donna Summer. Summer made her name as the queen of the disco genre during the 1970s while signed to Casablanca Records. She left the label in 1980 following a dispute and became the first ever artist to be signed to the new Geffen label. Summer continued to work with Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte who had produced the vast majority of her disco hits. However, disco by now had experienced a backlash - rock DJs were out of work and people were starting to hate disco. Rock music was by now becoming popular and the Summer/Moroder/Bellotte team had incorporated this into Summer's 1979 international bestselling album Bad Girls which had seen rock and several other styles of music merged into the disco beat. Summer's first Geffen album, The Wanderer however was a full-fledged new wave/rock-flavoured affair.

    Vocally, it was a return to her understated 1975 debut sound - soft, whispery phrases were the norm in this song, taking on an almost Elvis Presley effect, instead of the power belt she had used often since her album Once Upon a Time and single "Last Dance".

    This first single from the album became a big hit for Summer in the United States - peaking at Number 3 on the Hot 100 singles chart and selling over a million copies. A 12" promotional single was issued, however, unlike all her Top 40 hits prior to this one, it was not an extended version.

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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  Owlsden on Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:23 am

    Same colors in my MM video... I wonder if you picked up on them too?




    from James

    Lovely Donna words btw....




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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  HigherLove on Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:59 am

    Owlsden wrote:Same colors in my MM video... I wonder if you picked up on them too?

    Great cover. This was the first time I saw it. All of the colors are there. Exclamation

    People are worried about MM, but the scariest image I saw in there was George H.W. Bush at :57

    Then Gandhi, was it?

    Nicely played.

    I like to listen to this one to get in the mood for Magik - Or my Dragon suggests it. Oh, well. Magik still works. While one has to be most careful, at least one does not have to provide evidence of orgasmic spiritual change as testimony to its effectiveness.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcdYUfbNyyY

    At :50

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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  Owlsden on Sun Jan 15, 2012 10:11 am

    mmmmm always filling listening to wrapped.





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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  HigherLove on Sun Jan 15, 2012 10:19 am

    I might need the headphones for this one. :op

    Gregg said when Sting was asked about how/why he remains in such great shape, his answer was simple and honest: Vanity.

    Lmao
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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  Owlsden on Sun Jan 15, 2012 10:24 am


    mmmm I like that one...

    I love Sting.. The ambiance in this video is absolutely super... I feel I'm actually right "there"... More Belly too...



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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  HigherLove on Sun Jan 15, 2012 11:53 am

    I have this album. I like it.





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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  Owlsden on Sun Jan 15, 2012 12:08 pm


    I swear there's some synch going on here.. I heard Blue Oyster Cult yesterday and decided today I was going to share it in the Music Lounge.. you beat me to it HigherLove. UFO2 (in disguise).


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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  HigherLove on Sun Jan 15, 2012 12:17 pm

    Owlsden wrote:
    HigherLove. UFO2 (in disguise).

    Shhhh...I am trying to play it stupid. hehehe

    Whistle





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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  Owlsden on Sun Jan 15, 2012 12:36 pm


    Magi,

    No hiding my card...



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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  HigherLove on Sun Jan 15, 2012 12:46 pm

    Owlsden wrote:
    Magi,

    No hiding my card...




    I go between one and two, depending on whether or not my energies are focused outward (1) or inward (2).








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    Edit 2: Keeping my own projections in mind and in my own defense (?): For centuries I have had this thing about exposing false prophets/healers.

    Just because someone says the gifts do not come from them does not mean they truly believe it. The world is full of megalomaniacs. It could mean simply that they know that is what believers want to hear, even before they arrive.

    I am also used to writing/transcribing. A lot. Sacred texts was my thing, and I have strayed far away.

    My brothers throughout the ages have always managed to find ways to balance their economics within their communities.

    We had robes then. Going commando was expected.

    lol!

    http://www.themistsofavalon.net/t2087-john-of-god

    I never said where I did these things, btw...


    Shocked

    Now, I really should be off to study the care and handling of my Dragon...

    Not snake. cyclops

    DRAGON!!!!!

    _____________________

    Part of "this" is due to the 180 turnaround, or what I have also called the "Roger Rabbit Effect": He can only do some things if they are silly/funny: He had the power to get both of them out of the cuffs the entire time, but could only do it when it was funny.

    I may joke about monks and robes, but this is a far more serious affair. I do get that.




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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  Owlsden on Sun Jan 15, 2012 1:07 pm

    Magik ally intu escha l on



    No ord eye mary love




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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  HigherLove on Sun Jan 15, 2012 1:22 pm

    To all from me:

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    Post  Owlsden on Sun Jan 15, 2012 1:47 pm







    ORT



    Donna says: Den please




    Gotta love Black Velvet



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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  HigherLove on Sun Jan 15, 2012 2:31 pm



    To All in The Mists:





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    THE FOOL

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    The first of the series exploring the major and minor arcana cards in a Rider-Waite style Tarot deck.

    http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/learn/meanings/fool.shtml

    THE FOOL

    Basic Tarot Symbols


    Basic Tarot Story

    With all his worldly possessions in one small pack, the Fool travels he knows not where. So filled with visions, questions, wonder and excitement is he, that he doesn't see the cliff he is likely to fall over. At his heel a small dog harries him (or tries to warn him of a possible mis-step). Will the Fool learn to pay attention to where he's going before it's too late?


    Basic Tarot Meaning

    At #0 (or, in some decks, #22, the last card as much as the first of the Majors) the Fool is the card of infinite possibilities. The bag on the staff indicates that he has all he needs to do or be anything he wants, he has only to stop and unpack. He is on his way to a brand new beginning.

    But the card carries a little bark of warning as well. While it's wonderful to be enthralled with all around you, excited by all life has to offer, you still need to watch your step, lest you fall and end up looking the fool.

    The fool in colorful motley clothes, pack tied to a staff, a small dog, a cliff.


    Thirteen's Observations

    As a card, the Fool ultimately stands for a new beginning often involving a literal move to a new home or job. The querent (meaning the sitter, or the one asking the cards for advice) might be starting to date again, or trying out some new activity. There's more than just change here, there is renewal, movement, and the energy of a fresh start.

    In the Tarot, cards like The Magician or The Hermit can often stand for the querent or for someone in the querent's life. The Fool, however, usually stands for the querent, himself. They are back at zero, whether that be in romantic affairs, or career, work or intellectual pursuits. Far from being sad or frustrated by having to start over, however, the querent feels remarkably *free*, light hearted and refreshed, as if being given a second chance. They feel young and energized, as excited as a child who has discovered a new toyshop. Who knows what they will find on the shelves?

    In addition, they likely have no idea where they're going or what they're going to do. But that doesn't matter. For the Fool, the most important thing is to just go out and enjoy the world. To see what there is to see and delight in all of it.

    Unfortunately, this childlike state can make one overly optimistic or naive. A Fool can be a Fool. That business opportunity might not be so surefire or amazing as it seems, and that new lover might not be so flawless.

    Like the Fool, you might be so busy sightseeing and imagining the possibilities that you completely miss the fact that you're about to go right off a cliff! The card advises that one listen to that watchful little dog, which might be a concerned friend, a wise tarot reader, someone harassing you from the sidelines, or just your instincts. However exciting new beginnings may be, you still have to watch your step.

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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  Owlsden on Sun Jan 15, 2012 2:57 pm

    and let's not forget the "wild card"

    rabbit

    (it's the invisible one.. ssshhhh)

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    Post  HigherLove on Sun Jan 15, 2012 3:03 pm

    Owlsden wrote:and let's not forget the "wild card"

    rabbit

    (it's the invisible one.. ssshhhh)


    It's in there. "You" just cannot see it.


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    Post  HigherLove on Sun Jan 15, 2012 3:11 pm

    And hey........Celebrate with me!

    I have been watching how I sleep and carry myself, as well as doing daily stretching exercises. I was able to reach my entire hand to my face, today. Also able to use both arms to pull up my skivvies. Last week I had to do that with one arm.

    Try pulling skivvies over an opposing butt cheek that is still damp. And furry legs (I've been a bear since 5th grade...lol).

    Insanely Happy

    I cherish every movement as it returns.

    Namasté

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    Welcome to the *Magik* of The Mists
    Thank You for Bringing Your Spirit Into the Mix of Energies!

    UFO2

    2012



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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  Owlsden on Sun Jan 15, 2012 3:38 pm


    I'm a celebrating with you...

    That's phenomenal..

    Keep it up!



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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  Owlsden on Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:59 pm



    Calling you to burst your boosters.. Code number 20: in the Portal of V..... and Breathe...

    Happy 15




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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  HigherLove on Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:52 am

    THE
    THE VEIL OF ISIS;
    OR,
    MYSTERIES OF THE DRUIDS
    BY
    W. WINWOOD READE.
    (1861)

    _______________________

    BOOK THE THIRD.


    THE DRUIDS

    I.

    ORIGIN.

    ALTHOUGH the term Druid is local, their religion was of deep root, and a distant origin. It was of equal antiquity with those of the Persian Magi, the Chaldees of Assyria, and the Brachmans of Hindostan.

    It resembled them so closely in its sublime precepts, in its consoling promises, as to leave no doubt that these nations, living so widely apart, were all of the same stock and the same religion-that of Noah, and the children of men before the flood.

    They worshipped but one God, and erected to him altars of earth, or unhewn stone, and prayed to him in the open air; and believed in a heaven, in a hell, and in the immortality of the soul.

    It is strange that these offsprings of the patriarchs should also be corrupted from the same sources, and should thus still preserve a resemblance to one another in the minor tenets of their polluted creeds.

    Those pupils of the Egyptian priests, the Ph�nicians, or Canaanites, who had taught the Israelites to sacrifice human beings, and to pass their children through the fire to Moloch, infused the same bloodthirsty precepts among the Druids. As the Indian wife was burnt upon her husband's pyre, so, on the corpses of the Celtic lords, were consumed their children, their slaves, and their horses.

    And, like the other nations of antiquity, as I shall presently prove, the Druids worshipped the heavenly bodies, and also trees, and water, and mountains, and the signs of the serpent, the bull and the cross.

    The doctrine of the transmigration of souls which formed a leading theory on the system of the Brachmans, of the Druids, and afterwards of the Pythagoreans was obtained, through the Ph�nicians, from Egypt, the fatherland of heathen mythology.

    It cannot be denied that they also honored inferior deities, to whom they gave the names of Hu and Ceridwen, Hesus Taranis, Belenus, Ogmius, and the attributes of Osiris and Isis (or Zeus and Venus) Bacchus, Mercury, Apollo, and Hercules.

    From the sandy plains of Egypt to the icebergs of Scandinavia, the whole world has rung with the exploits of Hercules, that invincible god, who but appeared in the world to deliver mankind from monsters and from tyrants.

    He -was really a Phoenician harokel, or merchant, an enterprising mariner, and the discoverer of the tin mines of the Cassiterides. He it was who first sailed through the Straits of Gibraltar, which, to this day, are called The Pillars of Hercules: who built the first ship: who discovered the mariner's compass, and the loadstone, or lapes Heractius.

    It is gratifying to learn that his twelve labors were, in reality, twelve useful discoveries, and that he had not been deified for killing a wild beast and cleaning out stables.

    As the Chaldeans, who were astronomers, made Hercules an astronomer; and as the Greeks and Romans, who were warriors, made him a hero of battles; so the Druids, who were orators, named him Ogmius, or the Power of Eloquence, and represented him as an old man followed by a multitude, whom he led by slender and almost invisible golden chains fastened from his lips to their ears.

    As far as we can learn, however, the Druids paid honors, rather than adoration to their deities,
    as the Jews revered their arch-angels, but reserved their worship for Jehovah.

    And, like the God of the Jews, of the Chaldees, of the Hindoos, and of the Christians, this Deity of the Druids had three attributes within himself, and each attribute was a god.

    Let those learn who cavil at the mysterious doctrine of the Trinity, that it was not invented by the Christians, but only by them restored from times of the holiest antiquity into which it had descended from heaven itself.

    Although the Druids performed idolatrous ceremonies to the stars, to the elements, to hills, and to trees, there is a maxim still preserved among the Welsh mountaineers, which shows that in Britain the Supreme Being was never so thoroughly forgotten and degraded as he had been in those lands to which he first gave life.

    It is one of those sublime expressions which can be but faintly rendered in a foreign language.

    "Nid dim oxd duw: nid duw ond dim." God cannot be matter; what is not matter must be God."

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/pag/motd/motd.htm


    [quote="shiloh"]
    HigherLove wrote:
    THE
    THE VEIL OF ISIS;
    OR,
    MYSTERIES OF THE DRUIDS
    BY
    W. WINWOOD READE.
    (1861)

    _______________________

    BOOK THE THIRD.


    THE DRUIDS

    I.

    ORIGIN.

    ALTHOUGH the term Druid is local, their religion was of deep root, and a distant origin. It was of equal antiquity with those of the Persian Magi, the Chaldees of Assyria, and the Brachmans of Hindostan.

    It resembled them so closely in its sublime precepts, in its consoling promises, as to leave no doubt that these nations, living so widely apart, were all of the same stock and the same religion-that of Noah, and the children of men before the flood.

    They worshipped but one God, and erected to him altars of earth, or unhewn stone, and prayed to him in the open air; and believed in a heaven, in a hell, and in the immortality of the soul.

    It is strange that these offsprings of the patriarchs should also be corrupted from the same sources, and should thus still preserve a resemblance to one another in the minor tenets of their polluted creeds.

    Those pupils of the Egyptian priests, the Ph�nicians, or Canaanites, who had taught the Israelites to sacrifice human beings, and to pass their children through the fire to Moloch, infused the same bloodthirsty precepts among the Druids. As the Indian wife was burnt upon her husband's pyre, so, on the corpses of the Celtic lords, were consumed their children, their slaves, and their horses.

    And, like the other nations of antiquity, as I shall presently prove, the Druids worshipped the heavenly bodies, and also trees, and water, and mountains, and the signs of the serpent, the bull and the cross.

    The doctrine of the transmigration of souls which formed a leading theory on the system of the Brachmans, of the Druids, and afterwards of the Pythagoreans was obtained, through the Ph�nicians, from Egypt, the fatherland of heathen mythology.

    It cannot be denied that they also honored inferior deities, to whom they gave the names of Hu and Ceridwen, Hesus Taranis, Belenus, Ogmius, and the attributes of Osiris and Isis (or Zeus and Venus) Bacchus, Mercury, Apollo, and Hercules.

    From the sandy plains of Egypt to the icebergs of Scandinavia, the whole world has rung with the exploits of Hercules, that invincible god, who but appeared in the world to deliver mankind from monsters and from tyrants.

    He -was really a Phoenician harokel, or merchant, an enterprising mariner, and the discoverer of the tin mines of the Cassiterides. He it was who first sailed through the Straits of Gibraltar, which, to this day, are called The Pillars of Hercules: who built the first ship: who discovered the mariner's compass, and the loadstone, or lapes Heractius.

    It is gratifying to learn that his twelve labors were, in reality, twelve useful discoveries, and that he had not been deified for killing a wild beast and cleaning out stables.

    As the Chaldeans, who were astronomers, made Hercules an astronomer; and as the Greeks and Romans, who were warriors, made him a hero of battles; so the Druids, who were orators, named him Ogmius, or the Power of Eloquence, and represented him as an old man followed by a multitude, whom he led by slender and almost invisible golden chains fastened from his lips to their ears.

    As far as we can learn, however, the Druids paid honors, rather than adoration to their deities,
    as the Jews revered their arch-angels, but reserved their worship for Jehovah.

    And, like the God of the Jews, of the Chaldees, of the Hindoos, and of the Christians, this Deity of the Druids had three attributes within himself, and each attribute was a god.

    Let those learn who cavil at the mysterious doctrine of the Trinity, that it was not invented by the Christians, but only by them restored from times of the holiest antiquity into which it had descended from heaven itself.

    Although the Druids performed idolatrous ceremonies to the stars, to the elements, to hills, and to trees, there is a maxim still preserved among the Welsh mountaineers, which shows that in Britain the Supreme Being was never so thoroughly forgotten and degraded as he had been in those lands to which he first gave life.

    It is one of those sublime expressions which can be but faintly rendered in a foreign language.

    "Nid dim oxd duw: nid duw ond dim." God cannot be matter; what is not matter must be God."

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/pag/motd/motd.htm


    [3:59:46 AM]Tonyblue: Now THIS has changed as the big dispensation Baby
    [3:59:51 AM] Tonyblue: "Nid dim oxd duw: nid duw ond dim." God cannot be matter; what is not matter must be God."
    [3:59:55 AM] Tonyblue: Higher Love's last line
    [4:00:13 AM] Tonyblue: God IS MATTER now AND the NONMATTER
    [4:00:39 AM] Tonyblue: This is why sex has become divine now
    [4:01:16 AM] Tonyblue: Technically this is the superstring modular duality replacing the old singularity
    [4:01:25 AM] Sweet Witch: Go on
    [4:01:27 AM] Sweet Witch: Yes
    [4:01:33 AM] Tonyblue: Well this is poignant
    [4:01:39 AM] Sweet Witch: I know
    [4:01:45 AM] Tonyblue: I am tempted to add this as a reply as well
    [4:01:48 AM] Sweet Witch: I'm listening
    [4:02:06 AM] Tonyblue: This is the entire Thuban cosmogony in a nutshell
    [4:02:21 AM] Tonyblue: The Healing of the most ancient 'rift' and separation
    [4:03:20 AM] Tonyblue: The Eve as 'Rib of Adam' fuc11up mirrored in the Creator 'losing' his creation.
    [4:03:32 AM] Tonyblue: The female NOT being independent from the male.
    [4:04:12 AM] Tonyblue: Why Sex and femininity became the Devil in medieval times and led to all the religious dogmas and abuse.
    [4:04:51 AM] Sweet Witch: Yeh and why witches were burned at the stake..
    [4:05:00 AM] Sweet Witch: and for what?
    [4:05:09 AM] Sweet Witch: Knowing the sacredness of the Divine!
    [4:05:12 AM] Sweet Witch: Secrets
    [4:05:21 AM] Tonyblue: Exactly
    [4:05:35 AM] Sweet Witch: Why in my life there can be no secrets.. I don't wanna get burned again.. lol

    http://www.themistsofavalon.net/t3666p165-thuban-101-general-introduction-and-history

    http://www.themistsofavalon.net/t2666-egyptian-folklore-and-the-red-pill-part-2


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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

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    Re: Ordinary Guy - Another Place & Time

    Post  Owlsden on Mon Jan 16, 2012 1:15 pm

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    Having met with Daniel Pinchbeck I can respect everyone's choice.. I have no qualms about the decisions they make.. as long as they each do what they do with "responsbility".. that's their business..

    Hey, HigherLove I just love this video with Pinchbeck and Rogan..



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