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in 1710 within the foundations of the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris, they discovered the Pillar of the boatman. The only known place where the name Cernunnos occurs. It’s funny because my earliest childhood memory is as a 3year old saying goodbye to 3 “beings” that all wore a type of horned headdress. That was a long time ago and my memory of that day is somewhat blurred. I was 3 after all.
I must confess I am actually part of a Egregore. but it’s certainly not Judeo-Christian. in origin. Well that’s not technically true as some of the folk I work with do have interests in Judeo/Christian matters. If they operate Judeo/Christian “Think tanks - ie Egregores” I’ve no idea but it wouldn’t surprise me! In fact, scrap that I've just been told that there are - so there's the answer to that one
You know it pisses me off because in Judeo-Christian belief Dragons and folk like my daughter are portrayed as Devils and Demons.Yet In Irish history, they are Light and protectors in the secrets of creation. If I were to ever get my hands on the folk (Angels) that wrote that Judeo-Christian #e, well I wouldn't be happy
Humanity versus the beast was the usual message
Ireland V Australia - thats a bet I'd happily make!
In the meantime we spoke about Telepathy, here's something one of the lads in the "office" wrote about in relation to resolving the issue that the "Tower of Babel" caused
Dvuzhilny proposed that it was "an automatic scout probe" of alien origin and rejected the alternative hypothesis that it could have been a natural plasmoid. This hypothesis was proposed by a candidate of geological - mineralogical science, V.N. Salnikov. It was summarized by Yuri Rylkin -- a physicist with the Tomsk Poltechnical Institute -- in a paper presented at the International UFO Congress in Frankfut in October of 1989. "The Dalnegorsk object," wrote Rylkin, "represents a plasma formation on the base of electromagnetical structure -- called 'plasmoid' -- whose trajectory passed over geological breaking and parallel to high - voltage electrotransmission line. It is supposed that this plasmoid absorbed selectively some chemical elements -- for example, the noble and rare metals.
. . . . . . It is supposed that this plasmoid absorbed selectively some chemical elements -- for example, the noble and rare metals.