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posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 03:48 AM
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Originally posted by Death_Kron
Okay well I could be even more to the point if you wish?

Have you ever seen a "Sylph"?


The term originates in Paracelsus, who describes sylphs as invisible beings of the air, his elementals of air


Oh thats a shame, theyre invisible...

As I said, just because someone says something doesn't make it true and DragonriderGal speaks as if what she says is 100% fact when in reality its only her (misguided to say the least) opinions and beliefs.

Edit: Considering your the one supporting DragonriderGal and you mention consistent facts, could you supply me with one consistent fact that proves Sylph's exist?

Cheers,

[edit on 5/10/09 by Death_Kron]


Read the disclaimer, she says where the alleged information comes from in her first post, the "Original Post" aka. OP.
Never did she state that she had physical evidence for the type of work she's posting conclusions on. Nor is the work of that type of nature. Which comes obvious.

About Sylphs, yes I guess they're invisible. "We" also don't know if Sylphs is a misguided subject, a correct subject or a subject at all. What we do know, is that psychic phenomena is a common and getting more "commoner", alleged phenomena today. Have the majority of the cases been proven wrong, or been properly debunked? No.

I'm not in collaboration with DragonriderGal.
I just like to keep atleast one thread from what has already been said a thousand times over.

[edit on 5-10-2009 by xds777]




posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 04:28 AM
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In Rape of the Lock, Pope satirizes French Rosicrucian and alchemical writings when he invents a theory to explain the sylph. In a parody of heroic poetry and the "dark" and "mysterious" literature of pseudo-science, and in particular the sometimes esoterically Classical heroic poetry of the 18th century in England and France, Pope pretends to have a new alchemy, in which the sylph is the mystically, chemically condensed humors of peevish women. In Pope's poem, women who are full of spleen and vanity turn into sylphs when they die because their spirits are too full of dark vapors to ascend to the skies


The term Sylph originates from poetry and fictional writing, need I say any more?

Without proof what DragonriderGal is presenting is simply opinion.

It's not fair to talk about something as if your a subject expert when whats being said is simply someones ideas, opinions or "experiences"



posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by Death_Kron
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Couldn't resist, you know I have an obsession with you


Ah, DK, I'm not much good at being stalked. I tend to shoot first and ask questions later! So better keep it to cyber stalking! *lol*




And depending on what you were, you might be able to 'eat clouds', like some of the sylphs that are helping clear our skies of toxins that the NWO is spewing out of those unmarked white planes. They are absorbing the toxin aka eating the 'clouds', eh?


But...


Sylph (also called sylphid) is a mythological creature in the Western tradition.


Definition of mythological:

fabulous: based on or told of in traditional stories; lacking factual basis or historical validity; "mythical centaurs"; "the fabulous unicorn"


Well, since unicorns are also real, as were centaurs, that sylphs are, shouldn't be too hard to accept. They are allies of the elves.



I don't think its correct or very fair to lead the gullible by stating things of which you have no proof.


Ah well, I don't think it is correct or fair to try to drive people back into that tiny little NWO spun box you live in, either, eh? If you were in the least in touch with your inner sense of 'truth', not just the NWO's spun version of "only if you can prove it with hard science (never mind we won't allow that level of hard science to be developed to measure), it doesn't exist", you probably wouldn't be so blind to this level of stuff.



Unfortunately DragonriderGal, just because you believe something doesn't make it true. Unfortunately for me, theres people who will believe you regardless.


Hum, and just because YOU believe it isn't true, doesn't make it false either. And like I said, if you have even an inkling of a connection to your inner 'truth', you would probably be a lot less spun and manipulated by the NWO's version of 'truth'.



Hey, did you know I can leap through black holes?

Oh wait, I'm sure you can come up with another fictional possibilty where this can happen...


Well, if you want to leap thru black holes, knock yourself out! I think it would at least take a serious ability to work with raw energy or a higher level of hard technology than we humans currently possess. The stargates/energy paths of the elder races were some kind of distortion like a black hole, but much less powerful so if you get in good with them, they might let you wander around thru them, now that some of them are back up and running again. Might be a little less hard on you than leaping thru a black hole.



Edit: Regarding the will power I wish I had some, maybe then I could stop smoking


Well, better get busy on that then. Focusing the will/intentions is a very integral and necessary part of the coming phase of making full enlightenment.




[edit on 5-10-2009 by DragonriderGal]



posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 12:51 PM
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Originally posted by Death_Kron
reply to post by xds777
 



In Rape of the Lock, Pope satirizes French Rosicrucian and alchemical writings when he invents a theory to explain the sylph. In a parody of heroic poetry and the "dark" and "mysterious" literature of pseudo-science, and in particular the sometimes esoterically Classical heroic poetry of the 18th century in England and France, Pope pretends to have a new alchemy, in which the sylph is the mystically, chemically condensed humors of peevish women. In Pope's poem, women who are full of spleen and vanity turn into sylphs when they die because their spirits are too full of dark vapors to ascend to the skies


The term Sylph originates from poetry and fictional writing, need I say any more?

Without proof what DragonriderGal is presenting is simply opinion.

It's not fair to talk about something as if your a subject expert when whats being said is simply someones ideas, opinions or "experiences"


Unfortunately for that position that you are taking DK, is that EVERYTHING is opinion. Everything that is processed thru the human brain then becomes their interpretation of the 'fact' aka their opinion about the 'fact'. And others 'proving' the same thing are still only expressing their opinion about the original persons opinion. So even if they agree, it is still just them agreeing on each other's opinion.
And really, what does 'fair' have to do with anything???



posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 01:03 PM
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Originally posted by xds777

Originally posted by Death_Kron
Okay well I could be even more to the point if you wish?

Have you ever seen a "Sylph"?


The term originates in Paracelsus, who describes sylphs as invisible beings of the air, his elementals of air


Oh thats a shame, theyre invisible...

As I said, just because someone says something doesn't make it true and DragonriderGal speaks as if what she says is 100% fact when in reality its only her (misguided to say the least) opinions and beliefs.

Edit: Considering your the one supporting DragonriderGal and you mention consistent facts, could you supply me with one consistent fact that proves Sylph's exist?

Cheers,

[edit on 5/10/09 by Death_Kron]


Read the disclaimer, she says where the alleged information comes from in her first post, the "Original Post" aka. OP.
Never did she state that she had physical evidence for the type of work she's posting conclusions on. Nor is the work of that type of nature. Which comes obvious.

About Sylphs, yes I guess they're invisible. "We" also don't know if Sylphs is a misguided subject, a correct subject or a subject at all. What we do know, is that psychic phenomena is a common and getting more "commoner", alleged phenomena today. Have the majority of the cases been proven wrong, or been properly debunked? No.

I'm not in collaboration with DragonriderGal.
I just like to keep atleast one thread from what has already been said a thousand times over.

[edit on 5-10-2009 by xds777]

Thanks for the support xds777. DK always does this kind of blather. He is so spun by the NWO version of things, I honestly don't think he can fathom anything that is out side that nice tidy TINY box.

He couldn't out maneuver me over on 'violent encounter with an alien being' which for some reason he seemed to feel was his personal mission to criticize and belittle anyone who dared say they believed DanT might have actually had that encounter, and now that that thread has dropped off, I guess he was getting bored so he wandered over here. But he won't out maneuver me here either.


I think he loves to troll and get reactions, not that I mind that much. He has nothing but his own opinions which for some reason he feels to be more 'valid' because more of his fellow NWO spun mates agree with him, than me. *shrug* But he of course is welcome to express his opinion, as is everyone.



[edit on 5-10-2009 by DragonriderGal]



posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 01:53 PM
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Well I hope it endavours into learning some lessons for everyone reading this thread. I just feel he was very very shell-like and didn't reciprocate my concepts in his posts like he had an understanding of what I meant at all.
This was commoner before, I think a few peope got the hung of reality so to say, and there seem to be a chain reaction from a number of other sources too. People today seem to be better at valuing life today than in the 90s, take this statement with a grain of salt, it is from my perspective and company. I mean it's the whole thing, ignorance in abundance and scepticism to big levels, bigger than normal. It's like they don't trust their eyes and ears anymore, less anyone else. Yes sir yes sir yes. Why sir?

[edit on 5-10-2009 by xds777]



posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 04:18 PM
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You know I'm not sure what it is, maybe deep down inside I actually like you but I'm too narrow minded or insecure to tell you...

If you want to believe Unicorns, Sylph's, Centaurs and elves are real then who am I to stop you?

But let me stress once again, just because you believe something doesn't make it true.

There's having an opinion and theres also having an informed, scientifical, logical opinion.

But as always, believe what you wish.

You know I'm not as closed minded as you actually think, I'm open to a lot of theories and situations. However, I really don't think elves live on this planet but people don't know because of the "NWO"

You do also realise that if you spoke to any psychologist you would be branded clinically insane?

A Sylph is an invention of fiction, why you cannot see that I do not know. If you can prove to me one exists then I'll accept that...



posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 04:25 PM
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On the contrary I understand exactly the sentiment of your posts and replies. You obviously find it hard when someone questions your belief from a scientifical point of view, I know you find that difficult - as shown in your lack of responses to my countering posts.

As I said to DragonriderGal, who am I to judge what you want to believe?

I can have my own opinion, just as you can yours, and I'm sorry but like it or not I think your both pretty deluded.

But as always the my offer still stands, prove to me Elves, Unicorns and cloud eating dragons exist then I'll happily stand down.

If you can't prove it then I guess I'm correct again, just because you believe something doesn't make it true.

On the converse just because I don't believe in something doesn't make it untrue.

However I have scientific, logical and factual reasons for disbelief when the pair of you have none to prove the opposite.



posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 04:30 PM
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He couldn't out maneuver me over on 'violent encounter with an alien being' which for some reason he seemed to feel was his personal mission to criticize and belittle anyone who dared say they believed DanT might have actually had that encounter, and now that that thread has dropped off, I guess he was getting bored so he wandered over here. But he won't out maneuver me here either


Us people in the real world have something called common sense, ever heard of it?

And with regards to your little quip about being out maneuvered I'm pretty sure it was you who stopped posting in the previous thread not me?


After all the replies I got backing my case and tearing down yours.



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 03:22 AM
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Originally posted by Death_Kron
reply to post by xds777
 


On the contrary I understand exactly the sentiment of your posts and replies. You obviously find it hard when someone questions your belief from a scientifical point of view, I know you find that difficult - as shown in your lack of responses to my countering posts.

As I said to DragonriderGal, who am I to judge what you want to believe?

I can have my own opinion, just as you can yours, and I'm sorry but like it or not I think your both pretty deluded.

But as always the my offer still stands, prove to me Elves, Unicorns and cloud eating dragons exist then I'll happily stand down.

If you can't prove it then I guess I'm correct again, just because you believe something doesn't make it true.

On the converse just because I don't believe in something doesn't make it untrue.

However I have scientific, logical and factual reasons for disbelief when the pair of you have none to prove the opposite.


Do you, think, that I started as a religious freak going blindly after the love&light propaganda? I was tending to avoid that path, and I'm extremely logic/scientific setup, but I did know of my own existence and I therefore had to conclude there was an organizing force that must have had traits of intelligence to create the complexity of life found atleast on EARTH. Do you know, how extremely extremely advanced a bacteria is, and how the possibilities for all the probably tenfolds of machineries small and big alike, for the possibilities to theese to arise? Let alone the chance that the proteines of an amino acid clump up in codes of unbearable importance. Consider this, along with the debate they now have about how chemical compounds cannot randomly connect in a meaningful combination (life) in a prehistoric sea of the earth millions of years ago.

Then, after that, I would like you to eye material that concerns the work of an asian scientist named Masaru Emoto with ice crystals and the power of intent. Continue on to reading experiments conducted with DNA, that prooves DNA too exhibits in detail the properties of quantum entanglement (pretty spooky stuff eh? =D).
There's alot of scientific experiments (which is why I don't understand why the scientific crowd doesen't get atleast abit convinced. Sure, if you missed reading the material, well here you go.) that has been conducted concerning metaphysical stuff being credible to a degree. Also check the russians experiments with TRIANGLES and pyramids (see pyramids, might have had a function due to their geometric). Food inside the pyramid rots slower etc. lots of other points, all "life encouraging". Space plasma forming into the DNA doublehelix in zero-gravity with it's codes which of prooves to be of specific biologic life-dependant properties.

Explain the pyramids to me, 20 years they said they were built in. Explain Remote-Viewing (Ingo Swann is a good starter, check around on threads on ATS forums for the thread with the Ingo Swann "Penetration" e-book, it's supposed to cost money supposedly and is rare, so it's a good deal for you). Please explain why everything appears in fractals more or less. Why is geometry present everywhere in a possibly random universe? What's the law of attaction and how does it work? Why don't we or the sun get hit by a large comet and wipe (a comet double the size of jupiter surpassed the solar system a few months ago, this was not released in the media until after the event even though it was recognized, the reason was most likely they thought we were doomed, lookup jupiters size)? Why is there SO MUCH we do not know the answer to admittedly, yet people are close minded?

There's alot of material. I'm sorry for going offtopic on your thread Dragongal. I guess I'm just trying to answer the man's questions.

divinecosmos.com /



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 03:39 AM
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Furthermore, the mysteries of the mind is still unclear to me, but I do have a humm of it, of which I will not speak about unless asked specifically.



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 03:44 AM
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hey Death Korn

i know that DRG puts forward a lot of mythical creatures that in my opinion don't exsist and i have debated that with here before, but don't dissmiss the whole concept the alien/myth link coause not all of it matches.

i came to the conclusion on a few of these my self even before reading any of her stuff.

IMO the early acounts of the norse elves are almost identical to nordic type beings people describe. the greys also match the early medieval period description of Fae(fairies) to the point of being only distigused by what they are said to be. (if you into the secret sociotie coverup stuff i always find it amussing that the depiction of fairies changed to the modern pixie stuff in the same period that the illuminatte poped up
)



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 06:39 AM
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Now we are talking! Although you have slightly disappointed me in one sense...

I have heard of every single thing you mentioned in your post and just like you they absolutely fascinate me, I also disagree with the big bang theory and laugh when people suggest anything other then creation.

The human body is perfect and so is the natural world mathmatically.

There are hundreds of thousands of mysteries waiting to be solved and its one of my passions reading about and debating these marvels.

You have desribed alot of the things in your post that I too are interested in and I'm pretty sure we could have a good debate however you've disappointed me when you even begin to even wonder about "cloud eating dragons"

I don't have a closed mind, in fact I'm very open minded but I also use common sense. Some doors in my mind need proof to open and at this moment in time I find the idea of fish aliens and cloud eating dragons completely laughable!

Judging from your post you have a healthy intellect and some sort of scientific grounding, why then do you believe some of the fantasy tales that DragonriderGal comes out with?

Reading some of her posts it looks like she's simply picked up a couple of Sci-Fi/Mythology books, picked out various terms and then strung them together.

If I told you I've spoke to Santa Claus would you believe me?

By the way the only thing in your post I don't think alot of is remote viewing although I'll admit its probably one of the things that I know the least of.

Finally, yes the mysteries of the mind are something that I'm very interested in.



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 06:47 AM
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Originally posted by RokNinja
reply to post by Death_Kron
 


hey Death Korn

i know that DRG puts forward a lot of mythical creatures that in my opinion don't exsist and i have debated that with here before, but don't dissmiss the whole concept the alien/myth link coause not all of it matches.

i came to the conclusion on a few of these my self even before reading any of her stuff.

IMO the early acounts of the norse elves are almost identical to nordic type beings people describe. the greys also match the early medieval period description of Fae(fairies) to the point of being only distigused by what they are said to be. (if you into the secret sociotie coverup stuff i always find it amussing that the depiction of fairies changed to the modern pixie stuff in the same period that the illuminatte poped up
)


Hello RokNinja,

It isn't DragonriderGal's concepts that I have a problem with, I've told her before that I'm not as closed minded as she believes and I have also mentioned that I am interested in the possibility of a Collective Unconscious that is being access globally without us being aware of it.

It's the mythical creatures and the lack of being able to provide any substance to what she says that bothers me.

Some of the things she has come out with I find absolutely ridiculous but at the end of the day its a free board I suppose.

I'm doing what she is doing, expressing my opinion.



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 11:00 AM
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Originally posted by Death_Kron
reply to post by xds777
 


Now we are talking! Although you have slightly disappointed me in one sense...

I have heard of every single thing you mentioned in your post and just like you they absolutely fascinate me, I also disagree with the big bang theory and laugh when people suggest anything other then creation.

The human body is perfect and so is the natural world mathmatically.

There are hundreds of thousands of mysteries waiting to be solved and its one of my passions reading about and debating these marvels.

You have desribed alot of the things in your post that I too are interested in and I'm pretty sure we could have a good debate however you've disappointed me when you even begin to even wonder about "cloud eating dragons"

I don't have a closed mind, in fact I'm very open minded but I also use common sense. Some doors in my mind need proof to open and at this moment in time I find the idea of fish aliens and cloud eating dragons completely laughable!

Judging from your post you have a healthy intellect and some sort of scientific grounding, why then do you believe some of the fantasy tales that DragonriderGal comes out with?

Reading some of her posts it looks like she's simply picked up a couple of Sci-Fi/Mythology books, picked out various terms and then strung them together.

If I told you I've spoke to Santa Claus would you believe me?

By the way the only thing in your post I don't think alot of is remote viewing although I'll admit its probably one of the things that I know the least of.

Finally, yes the mysteries of the mind are something that I'm very interested in.

Well, I see now that you were speaking about the fairy tale figures like elves and faeries and such. Two short comments on that one, I don't know what to make of it so I leave it in a "unknown" safety deposit section in my brain without classifying it. To be honest, I don't bring it up to my attention much at all.
Whatsoever, there's a mindset you can adapt to. And that is, everything biological or otherwise you can imagine exist, exists, because someone made a blueprint of it in their imagination. But that's far-fetched philosophy.

Until now, just let people believe they see what they believe they see, and let them tell about it without hearing flame words for just expressing themselves.



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 11:27 AM
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Originally posted by xds777
Well I hope it endavours into learning some lessons for everyone reading this thread. I just feel he was very very shell-like and didn't reciprocate my concepts in his posts like he had an understanding of what I meant at all.
This was commoner before, I think a few peope got the hung of reality so to say, and there seem to be a chain reaction from a number of other sources too. People today seem to be better at valuing life today than in the 90s, take this statement with a grain of salt, it is from my perspective and company. I mean it's the whole thing, ignorance in abundance and scepticism to big levels, bigger than normal. It's like they don't trust their eyes and ears anymore, less anyone else. Yes sir yes sir yes. Why sir?

[edit on 5-10-2009 by xds777]

I think there is a lot of spinning going on to get people to distrust themselves and only believe big media and the big entertainment, so they can keep us from finding ourselves and doing personal growth/healing work. Oh no, don't trust your gut instincts---they don't exist!

Only believe what we tell you..er I mean only believe what is 'proven'! Yah, that's it! That is the only 'true' information... only the stuff we tell you to believe via 'science', various media and of course what you learn in those documentaries!

And it is 'yes sir', because the NWO bunch is run by men (if you want to call the low life sleazy creeps that).

[edit on 6-10-2009 by DragonriderGal]



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 11:55 AM
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Originally posted by Death_Kron
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You know I'm not sure what it is, maybe deep down inside I actually like you but I'm too narrow minded or insecure to tell you...

Hey, I am quite adorable, so I realize you probably can't help yourself! *lolol*


If you want to believe Unicorns, Sylph's, Centaurs and elves are real then who am I to stop you?


So why believe in aliens if you can't hang with the idea that aliens weren't just the ones around here now. Why couldn't any of those 'mythological' beings and creatures be aliens??? Because they are, you know.

They are the elder races; and left because they got tired of ending up human if they died here. Now why would that be so hard to believe??? Heck, you're telling me little green men are more believable than beings we have already encountered and stored as 'myths' in our racial unconscious??

That btw, was mostly because of the NWO bunch trying to make us forget them (because we liked them a LOT better than the NWO bunch), and when they couldn't, they tried to trivialize them by trying to make us believe that they were just made up beings. Sadly, you are walking, talking proof of how effective their propaganda was, eh?


But let me stress once again, just because you believe something doesn't make it true.

There's having an opinion and theres also having an informed, scientifical, logical opinion.

But as always, believe what you wish.


And just because YOU choose to believe someone else's opinion over getting inside yourself and learning to trust your own inner voice, doesn't make it true either. Really, if you saw how spun current 'science' was, it is quite likely you would be poo-hooing yourself as well, for being so gullible.

Follow the money. Who funds research into these topics? Or more interestingly who doesn't fund research into these topics?? All research requires some level of financial support eh? Especially if you are developing 'new' measurement equipment.



You know I'm not as closed minded as you actually think, I'm open to a lot of theories and situations. However, I really don't think elves live on this planet but people don't know because of the "NWO"


And not many elves currently are on earth. Only about 15 or so, plus some lesser elves to help them. I told you they mostly left when the rescue ships got here at the turn from B.C to A.D.


You do also realise that if you spoke to any psychologist you would be branded clinically insane?


Well, they had the chance when I was getting my double masters in systems counseling. I am guessing they might have mentioned it, since this program is all about giving feedback about how you impact others, from the others themselves ie classmates, faculty, even admin people if you want it from them. And gee, funny how most thought, that while I was a bit less social than I could be, they also said I was one of the smartest emotionally aware people in the class. *shrug* I am sure they were all lying, because only you know the 'truth', right?


A Sylph is an invention of fiction, why you cannot see that I do not know. If you can prove to me one exists then I'll accept that...

Actually if you watch the chemtrails, sometimes they get smudged and sorta go sideways. While you might think it is the wind, often times some are smudged, some aren't. That is usually the sylphs, clearing the toxins out of the chemtrails. They try to get all of them but sometimes the NWO has sooooooooo many of them, I don't think they can get to them all. I have seen days where there are 3 to 4 planes flying back and forth across the sky here.




[edit on 6-10-2009 by DragonriderGal]



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 12:03 PM
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Originally posted by xds777

Do you, think, that I started as a religious freak going blindly after the love&light propaganda? I was tending to avoid that path, and I'm extremely logic/scientific setup, but I did know of my own existence and I therefore had to conclude there was an organizing force that must have had traits of intelligence to create the complexity of life found atleast on EARTH. Do you know, how extremely extremely advanced a bacteria is, and how the possibilities for all the probably tenfolds of machineries small and big alike, for the possibilities to theese to arise? Let alone the chance that the proteines of an amino acid clump up in codes of unbearable importance. Consider this, along with the debate they now have about how chemical compounds cannot randomly connect in a meaningful combination (life) in a prehistoric sea of the earth millions of years ago.

Then, after that, I would like you to eye material that concerns the work of an asian scientist named Masaru Emoto with ice crystals and the power of intent. Continue on to reading experiments conducted with DNA, that prooves DNA too exhibits in detail the properties of quantum entanglement (pretty spooky stuff eh? =D).
There's alot of scientific experiments (which is why I don't understand why the scientific crowd doesen't get atleast abit convinced. Sure, if you missed reading the material, well here you go.) that has been conducted concerning metaphysical stuff being credible to a degree. Also check the russians experiments with TRIANGLES and pyramids (see pyramids, might have had a function due to their geometric). Food inside the pyramid rots slower etc. lots of other points, all "life encouraging". Space plasma forming into the DNA doublehelix in zero-gravity with it's codes which of prooves to be of specific biologic life-dependant properties.

Explain the pyramids to me, 20 years they said they were built in. Explain Remote-Viewing (Ingo Swann is a good starter, check around on threads on ATS forums for the thread with the Ingo Swann "Penetration" e-book, it's supposed to cost money supposedly and is rare, so it's a good deal for you). Please explain why everything appears in fractals more or less. Why is geometry present everywhere in a possibly random universe? What's the law of attaction and how does it work? Why don't we or the sun get hit by a large comet and wipe (a comet double the size of jupiter surpassed the solar system a few months ago, this was not released in the media until after the event even though it was recognized, the reason was most likely they thought we were doomed, lookup jupiters size)? Why is there SO MUCH we do not know the answer to admittedly, yet people are close minded?

There's alot of material. I'm sorry for going offtopic on your thread Dragongal. I guess I'm just trying to answer the man's questions.

divinecosmos.com /



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 12:15 PM
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Originally posted by Death_Kron
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You have desribed alot of the things in your post that I too are interested in and I'm pretty sure we could have a good debate however you've disappointed me when you even begin to even wonder about "cloud eating dragons"


Huh. Cloud eating dragons??? Boy, talk about making things up! Maybe that is why you are so suspecious of me, because you yourself have such a hard time rememberng the 'truth', and so spin stuff to try to make your point more 'valid'. Oh and btw, YOU were the one who stopped posting over on 'violent encounter'. You gave up, saying there wasn't any reason to keep posting because I never gave you proof or answered your questions. Both of which were lies as well. The only problem is YOUR interpretation of 'proof'. As to why you kept insisting I didn't answer your questions when I did, several times over, *shrug* I have NO idea what that is about other than you might be hoping no one would go back to read what I wrote and see for themselves.


I don't have a closed mind, in fact I'm very open minded but I also use common sense. Some doors in my mind need proof to open and at this moment in time I find the idea of fish aliens and cloud eating dragons completely laughable!


Well, laughing is good for you. I think you basically just can't hang with the idea of aliens, period, for some reason. What DO you think they should look like, in order for them to be 'real'??


Judging from your post you have a healthy intellect and some sort of scientific grounding, why then do you believe some of the fantasy tales that DragonriderGal comes out with?


Because he isn't as spun by the NWO crap as you are. Spinning spinning spinning. And you don't even see it. Kinda sad, really.


Reading some of her posts it looks like she's simply picked up a couple of Sci-Fi/Mythology books, picked out various terms and then strung them together.


What that tells you is others have accessed the same information and are reluctant to expose themselves to such critisism and ridicule. Don't blame them much, but if it helps someone open their eyes and be more methaphysically aware, then I consider it worth the hassle. So did the NWO bunch give you some more coaching on how to try to deal with me?? *lol*


If I told you I've spoke to Santa Claus would you believe me?


You can say what you like, but your lying is far from accessing and reporting out what is seen in the racial unconscious. Listen for the inner voice, like xds777 does. My impression of him is that he is far more spiritually awake and aware than you.


By the way the only thing in your post I don't think alot of is remote viewing although I'll admit its probably one of the things that I know the least of.

Too bad the armed forces think so much of it then. Most of the remote viewer trainers in the metaphysical community come from a military-trained background.


Finally, yes the mysteries of the mind are something that I'm very interested in.

My only mystery is why you don't use the brain you have; all of it, not just the left part. Wake up.


[edit on 6-10-2009 by DragonriderGal]



posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 12:22 PM
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Originally posted by RokNinja
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hey Death Korn

i know that DRG puts forward a lot of mythical creatures that in my opinion don't exsist and i have debated that with here before, but don't dissmiss the whole concept the alien/myth link coause not all of it matches.

i came to the conclusion on a few of these my self even before reading any of her stuff.

IMO the early acounts of the norse elves are almost identical to nordic type beings people describe. the greys also match the early medieval period description of Fae(fairies) to the point of being only distigused by what they are said to be. (if you into the secret sociotie coverup stuff i always find it amussing that the depiction of fairies changed to the modern pixie stuff in the same period that the illuminatte poped up
)


Welcome to the NWO's version of 'history' that tells the tale they want us to believe.



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