The first letter in the alphabet... The letter 'A'... pyramid and capstone?

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posted on Jan, 22 2009 @ 09:01 AM
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Thanks for the thoughtful post. I will check the links when I get home this evening. You, please, check the link in my post before this one, where The Matrix Traveller gives his views on the origin of the Aleph. Link included. He has much validity, but one would have to read a number of his posts and note some of his diagrams to follow his views properly.

I had already determined to give the site up, but thanks for your encouragement. Some nice folks on here with great meditational experiences and awareness. Just too few, as many others seem to be very cowed into silence by the rather large skeptic audience present. It is hard to share with such material-minded views. There are many people who have expanded their awareness to levels above the crowd. I am not a slave to the material science 'god'.

The "A" as described by common research excludes inner connections. It is also very limited. I find Discovery and the Science Channel to show quite limited views of 'what is.' Wiki, the same. People who think they will understand the mysteries of the universe through such knowledge will be many lifetimes unlearning such limited forms of information. There is something deeper, past the materialsm, that also exists.

We have plenty of brilliant 'experts' who study these fields of expertise: some, like myself, have gone beyond, into the other side of awareness of life. Many of us have, in fact (just not here on ATS).

I may be here for a few more weeks, not sure: a good fellow poster closed his account with similar reason (u2u). I don't blame him: expanded awareness is not the choice topic on this site! I do like this thread, but have too little knowledge to expand it in the direction I'd like to see it go: actual connections. Like The Matrix Traveller said, much knowledge has been lost: piecing it back together is really impossible with current scraps of historic information.

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posted on Jan, 22 2009 @ 11:53 AM
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I didn’t say silly heads. I also didn’t say everyone had flashing lights in their heads. What I said was that you personally may only be seeing flashing lights; you accept that this isn’t repeatable, isn’t a shared experienced and can simply be down to what amounts to wanting it too happen (placebo). Taking a wide sample it’s also not difficult to find contradictory experiences and yet others who have these experiences and see no significance in them whatsoever. Why then do you believe your own experience to be significant? That’s what I’m trying to find out, to me it’s like having a dream about talking to an angel or spirit (which I’ve had) and then basing my entire belief system on it. I’ve had epiphanies and awakenings but on close examination I can see the triggers.

And yes I do find MT’s explanation to be BS but the reason for it is the important part. That reason is that he provide no evidence and his logic doesn’t make sense (i.e. it comes from the Star of David which he himself concedes didn’t actually exist!). He makes too many assumptions (just turn this character around, put this one on top, give a twist and it sort of looks like this). But most of all he is evoking the Zionic language; a language I can find no information on outside of his posts.

Why would anyone believe this? It can’t be verified and it doesn’t have a logical flow. But why are you mentioning this in the first place, doesn’t it go against your own explanation? I can’t see the corroboration in that post.


Originally posted by SS,NagaYou believe as you feel you must: to deny what you don't know, is just that: denial, not knowledge.[edit on 22-1-2009 by SS,Naga]


No I deny what cannot be shown to be true and for which greater evidence exists to contradict it. If you were able to gather a significant number of individuals and have them independently report the exact same thing (shouldn’t hard if everyone has this ball of energy and pyramid) without coercion then that would be something. But as it stands you’ve got a disparate group of experiences that sometimes report vaguely similar feelings or interpretations.

There’s just no more reason to believe this than believe everyone who says they’ve seen the Loch Ness monster.

I agree that because I can’t see something doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist but because you are unable to get 10 people, teach them a meditation method and then have them all report seeing this pyramid does suggest that it is nothing more than a figment of your imagination.

I’m not sure why you’re talking about phantom limb syndrome, there are medical explanations for this. I read about Swann and it seems that experiments have not proven his ability. But I’m not interested in disproving everything paranormal; I’m happy for all of these claims to be tested and if they can be verified then that would be amazing but so far that hasn’t really happened.



posted on May, 29 2013 @ 01:25 AM
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yes... anyone who says otherwise is foolish... images do not lie. and anyone spouting off their resume on why they are an authority to any topic of discussion is foolish and unreliable... symbolism gave birth to language and and characters to represent them... jordan maxwell 101





 
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