What are our areas of 'Expertise'?

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posted on Sep, 4 2003 @ 06:46 PM
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Communication
I'm proud to say I know three languages:
English
Spanish
Hebrew
*working on Latin*
**I'm going to learn Mandarin after Latin in 5-8 years**

Religious
I have alot of links to the Templar, Masons, and Hospitallers (old school name for Knights of Malta...)
I also know some very high ranking bishops, and Cardinals within the Vatican even though I'm not Roman Catholic.
I know too much about angelic and demonic visitations, powers, and celestial history on Earth (damn nightmares!!:mad

Great amount of knowledge on Bible, Biblical history, and Biblical artifacts.

Nationalism
I've memorized the Declaration of Independence and I'm trying to rewrite it for modern times...
I'm gonna rewrite the Texas Constitution, it sux!!!

Sciences and Social Studies
I feel comfortable in saying I'm quite knowledgeable in bio-chemistry, although my quest for imformation has just begun.
I know a lot of Native American mythology and history (Aztec, Mayan, Inca, Toltec, Cherokee, Navajo *well that's abut it*)

Conspiracy Related
I'd like to say I know plenty about the NWO, alas, I do not for there really is no hard evidence, just the compilation of several hundreds people's beliefes and thoughts...

In General
Cookies
Pizza ( I used to work at Little Ceasers)
Ocean (for I surf there often)
Jellyfish (we meet quite often)


That's about it....
- Tassadar




posted on Sep, 4 2003 @ 07:00 PM
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In real life most of my knowledge relates to 3d modeling and animation, gold prospecting and hunting for lost treasure, fabricating gold mining machinery, woodworking, welding, building electronic circuits( Sometimes stuff blows up, but I have never blown anything up the same way twice..........so I must be learning something.),and last , but not least prospecting and mining gemstones.

MOONLIGHT HELLCAT



posted on Sep, 4 2003 @ 07:06 PM
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PYX - dont you love the way Max walksand the way Ruby is just out of the room when he crys "VAMPIRE" and does his own thing .... OMG im losing it ... therapy need theapy ......

U2U open



posted on Sep, 4 2003 @ 08:49 PM
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Real life expertise : computers, networking and web design.

I know a bunch of stuff about health, nutrition and work out.

I also read a lot of philosophy and occult stuff. I know two languages, french and english, but my english is really limited, and it just pisses me off when I can't express what I think because I was raised speaking french.

Conspiracy related: what interest me the most is definitly ancient civilisations, paranormal stuff and secret societies. I don't know that much about, and not as interested in, but I also enjoy topics about governement and army stuff.

[Edited on 5-9-2003 by m0rbid]



posted on Sep, 4 2003 @ 09:39 PM
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Graphic design and some programming. I'm also good at "logical composition" but you can't get a degree in that



posted on Sep, 4 2003 @ 09:47 PM
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I can probably 0\/\/N most people on ancient Egypt and the Titanic, but that really doesn't come into use here. and I'm an incurable smartass, and pretty good at sniffing out trolls.



posted on Sep, 4 2003 @ 09:51 PM
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Expertise...hmmm. I wouldn't claim to be an expert

I've been a Freemason for more than a few years.

I'm fascinated with the whole Area 51 thing...Janet Airlines...the white buses...the cammo dudes, etc.

In general, space exploration, and all related factors...be they asteroids or Mars colonies...hidden agendas in NASA, and so on.



posted on Sep, 4 2003 @ 09:51 PM
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Good grief Loki....I appreciate the sandwich dude.

So.........MA and I are just "pawning" of everyone else's table crumbs? DOH!?

Here's the deal.....I am what is called a GOAT.
I love eating grass where ever it is green and quite ediable. My interests are many. Variety is the spice of life. Is it better to be a "specialist" or one who has knowledge in many areas?

Now I feel like a piece of #z knowing that someone feels that I and another are but grazer's in a multi-fielded pasture. Long live the GOATS! is all I have to say.


regards
seekerof



posted on Sep, 4 2003 @ 10:06 PM
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The things I have interest in, but would be very dangerous if left to myself and, therefore, I get by with a little help from my friends:

Religion/spirituality, eschatology - I enjoy immensely the writings of one GOAT on this board (Seekerof
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Earth systems (seismology, weather patterns, volcanology, etc.)
Theories of ancient civilizations (cyclic ages of the world, catasclymic theories)

Areas of expertise:
Aerospace and mechanical engineering; Gas dynamics, Fluid dynamics/mechanics; tribology; rheology; liquid propellant propulsion systems; guidance, navigation and attitude control systems of orbital space vehicles.

The one thing I haven't gotten from ATS that I had hoped to get by now:

the best way to knock off the interminable yapping dog next door without getting caught. (Please submit suggestions to the Mystic Fish).



posted on Sep, 5 2003 @ 07:55 AM
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Seekerof

Hey, don't feel like a piece of #, you should actually be proud. I'd love to have such knowledge in that many fields.

Valhall

You might try some tabasco in his food, if that's possible.



posted on Sep, 5 2003 @ 08:03 AM
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well, i am knowledgeable in politics, world affairs and all kinds of conspiracy stuff, then ancient civilisations, religion, science ( working on a master degree right now
), UFOs, ESP.... lots of things I guess hehe



posted on Sep, 5 2003 @ 08:14 AM
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UFOs, Ancient Civilizations, Cryptozoology, Religion, Psychic Phenomenon, Ghosts, Military, Politics,

Pretty much in that order....


As far as non-conspiracy stuff:

Art, Art History, Movies and TV, Carpentry, Computers, Photography

[Edited on 5-9-2003 by Gazrok]



posted on Sep, 5 2003 @ 08:21 AM
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-Geological survey(interesting job)
-Surgical technology (crappy job)
-machinist/welding(enjoyable job)
-gunsmithing(bang)
-#ingoff(glug)
-developing a #ty attitude(pew)
-astronomy(dark)
-auto mechanics(necessary)
--Trying to become as independent on others as possible,then I don't have to throw money at them to do what I can do myself.



posted on Sep, 5 2003 @ 08:37 AM
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Hi all,

Been enjoying the forum here for some time, I decided this thread was a great place to start posting. I have the blessing(curse?) to be interested in most subjects here. The problem with such broad interest is that it is difficult to find the time to pursue them.

My expertise is computer related. All things hardware, software, networking, programming, database design, etc. I have been working hard on a project for 2 years that is just coming to fruition and it appears that it will give me the financial freedom to retire before the ripe old age of 40. I plan on using my "retirement" to travel, explore life's mysteries and come as close as I can to figuring it all out.

When I look at the "big picture", I feel I can almost put it all together, that the pieces are circling just outside my field of view. So I am working on widening my field of view


On a different note. My neighbor had a dog that I hated so much, I wished it were dead(and I like animals!) One day she came over crying and asked if I she could borrow our shovel, she had come home from work and it was dead on her back porch, no apparent sign of death. I felt like a heel, but I didn't do it, I promise!

I look forward to participating here...

WhyOWhy



posted on Sep, 5 2003 @ 09:59 AM
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My area of expertise? Hmmm.... I'm fairly knowledgable about all things kitchen-related. Am studying to be a nutritional consultant, focusing on homeopathic and alternative healing methods. I can tell you all about skincare, cosmetics, and the local music scene. I know a little bit about a lot of stuff, and am always looking to expand the resume. I'm a wife & mother of 1, with 1 on the way.

My father is a paranoid schizophrenic and has lived in the woods for the past 15 years. Whenever he surfaces he has great tales of the boogeymen out to get him, and all of us. Sometimes he makes a lot of sense.

The older I get, the more I want to be aware of ALL points of view and schools of thought. I've always been fascinated with so-called conspiracy theories, and the people who subscribe to them. I believe anything is possible.



posted on Sep, 5 2003 @ 10:23 PM
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well like so many others here I am a jack of all trades.. master of none. I am interested in just about everything and I have some knowledge in most fields but not as much as most here. But I'm learning more every day.



posted on Sep, 8 2003 @ 11:40 PM
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I am mostly an expert in Telecommunications.
Also into Fabrication,welding that sort of thing.

On the topics of the site I am versed in all of the lore!



posted on Sep, 9 2003 @ 12:14 AM
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I have no field of expertise in any of what goes on, but I am most compelled by extraterrestrial contact and political scheming. Compared to what our governments know about extraterrestrial visitation, I'm a dope. All I know is what leaks out. Doubly so for politics.

I'm here only to learn the horrible truth that we are kept in the dark about. Whether it be the creation of a New World Order, alien invasion, or both. Something bad is going to happen (I'm guessing), and I'd like to be able to see it before it hits me. Thats about all I can do.



posted on Sep, 9 2003 @ 12:20 AM
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For me, Im a Iconoclast. For any specialty's, I would leave that up to the ATS population to speculate, and comment on





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