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originally posted by: CIAGypsy
a reply to: MerkabaMeditation
What "Emerald Tablets" are you talking about? Your quote is NOT from the Emerald Tablets of Hermes (Emerald Tablets of Thoth).
Originally published in mimeographed form in the 1930s by a mysterious "Dr. Doreal," these writings quickly became an underground sensation among esotoricists of the time. He is said to have obtained his knowledge from Tibet around the Second World War. Tablets 1-13 are part of the original work; tablets 14 and 15 are supplemental. No one has ever seen the original tablets mentioned here, and in all likelihood, these writings would be considered channeled material today. However, the Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean are still part of the modern Corpus Hermeticum, for they elaborate and deepen the meaning of the historical Emerald Tablet and writings of Thoth/Hermes.
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
Did reptilians seriously just get 48 Flags?!?!?
originally posted by: sapien82
a reply to: MerkabaMeditation
maybe the devils tone , they made it religious so people wouldnt play it !
just an idea
originally posted by: ThickAsABrick
I seem to recall reading that there was a word they could not say. Never found out what that word was, or if it exists but, music wise, all things are possible. I actually wrote a song I call Program Breaker which uses an extremely jarring chord in the middle of anowhere otherwise melodic song. And it definitely seems to throw a switch in some people.
Once a Shastri, well versed in Sanskrit and Tamil, came to the Swami and in the course of discussion with the latter emphasised that Sanskrit was the first language. The Swami wrote at once an explanatory article affirming that Tamil is the original root (technically the "Father language" Pitru bhasha) for all languages and gave it to the scholar.
In the sky there is nobody asleep. Nobody, nobody.
Nobody is asleep.
The creatures of the moon sniff and prowl about their cabins.
The living iguanas will come and bite the men who do not dream
The range of the violin extends from G, the lowest open string, upward nearly four octaves. The strings are tuned a fifth apart at G3(196 Hz), D4(293.7 Hz), A4, E5(659.3 Hz) if tuned in equal temperament with the A4 = 440Hz standard. But there are no frets on the fingerboard as found on the guitar, so the player can continuously tune the intervals to any desired pitch in the string's frequency range and play the intervals in any system of temperament. With an ensemble of such instruments, like a string quartet with cello and string bass, the players can experiment with different tunings of the intervals since they are not constrained by frets.
originally posted by: seentoomuch
On a sadder note I found in researching the Skinwalker Ranch mention of singing a song to shapeshift like the Reptilians? I've only watched half, couldn't stomach watching it all, got foggy and sickened by what it was saying. Here's the link with an interview with Chief Dan explaining what he knows, starts slow, here's the high points list I made until I stopped watching:
Minute 3:00 Sing a song to change (tones?)
Minute 10:00 The Ceremony
Minute 12:45. People see different things
Minute 14:50 Dogs can see them and be them
Really sick stuff mentioned in this video, not for kids to listen to or even adults in my case. Think I'll stick to "Good Vibrations", Brian Wilson is the best.