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Most symbols, especially religious symbols, are considered positive as long as people associated with them believe in them and are in sympathy with their origins and traditions. One can of course make up one's own symbols with positive energies depending upon one's own beliefs and values. The choice is unlimited.
On the other hand, a symbol is considered to have a negative effect, if the intentions are dishonest. For instance, let us assume you have decided to wear around your neck a Christian symbol such as a Cross or a Hindu symbol of Om or a Jewish star. This symbol, according to ancient Indian wisdom, will have a negative effect if you are only wearing it as a piece of decorative jewellery rather than as an object that reflects your faith or belief.
Originally posted by Diplomat
Why are you wasting people's time with your stupid little "doodles?" Everyone has drawn some pointless little images on their school papers before... what does it have to do with Aliens/UFOs?
Originally posted by Diplomat
Ok, so maybe the drawings have special meaning to him. That's nice. So I ask again, what does it have to do with Aliens/UFOs?
Originally posted by interestedalways
If you feel drawn to repeat certain drawings it could be your sub conscience attempting to gain your awareness. Who knows?
Originally posted by Doc Velocity
Based on the doodle samples, looks like you have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), an obsession with organizing things (symmetrical dot patterns connected by straight lines) and doodling the same symbols repeatedly, even with mock numbers to designate "order"...
— Doc Velocity
UPPER PALAEOLITHIC EVIDENCE
The evidence of entoptic images during the Upper Palaeolithic is abundant. This chapter will not be divided into entoptic form sub-groups, as I have done in the Neolithic section which follows. The Upper Palaeolithic will be treated as a whole, and the evidence from different countries will be illustrated sequentially thus: the U.S.S.R., Siberia and the Ukraine; Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway and Finland); Bulgaria; Spain; France; Germany; Belgium; Italy; Jordan; Israel and India.
Figure 12a below, from Skjomen (after Shetelig, Falk and Gordon 1937:101. fig. 5). This illustration depicts a geometric pattern from a rock carving. Replication of chevrons which in turn are fragmentations of entoptic IVa. Figure 12b below, from Jätteböle, Åland (after Shetelig, Falk and Gordon 1937: Plate 13). This is a clay figurine, engraved with dots, which form entoptic Ib. Figure 12c below, from Eliseyevichi, Siberia (after Marshack 1979:283, fig. 27). The image is predominantly composed of zig-zags (entoptic IVa), but also has a branched motif.
Originally posted by 8th
I'm not saying I'm an alien, I'm not saying this has anything to do with UFO's, and I'm not saying I'm being channeled or anything like that. As I mentioned before maybe this weekend I'll rummage through some older papers and find the 'good' ones.
Originally posted by masqua
IMHO there is no such thing as a meaningless doodle.
We prefer to dismiss such idle drawing as useless, not because it is useless, but because we are too lazy to interpret the design.