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Originally posted by hartgrove
The question I bring forth could have great significance or it could be just another silly idea, but it is a question that has baffled me for some time now. I'm no expert on any certain religion but I do know that in the Christian faith the wise men followed the North Star to bestow the gifts they each had onto Jesus. Now my question is, what exactly is the importance of the North Star? I have never heard anything explaining that. Could it be possible the North Star we all know as a beacon for "their" Lord and Savior, really be the great Nibiru hidden in plain sight?
Originally posted by scubagravy
i hate it when you make sense
valid, valid points.
Cant argue with the numbers!
Originally posted by rogi22
You can't see it because it's a brown dwarf, and they don't reflect sun light at all.
So, in other words, you won't see it until it is basically knocking on our back door and then it will probably look like a blood moon just like in the bible.......... oh oh
Originally posted by Silicis n Volvo
slight correction...brown dwarf stars actually give off their own light. they are a midway matter somewhere between gas planets and actual stars.
they are hot...and have a very small simmering glow. easily spottable with human technology.
Yes, but has there been such a "crowded" time when so much "Strange Weather" is around us in a small slice of time?
Okay so plants under the antarctic are a little stretched so I recant that statement, however, Mastodons flash frozen...Made up? What planet have you been living on for the past few lifetimes?
Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by Skada
Claims of flash frozen mastodons are made up stories. ...
We know a lot about our solar system. We know that the predominant force affecting the structure of our solar system is gravity. ... The earth's magnetic field would not lead to our planet being pushed or wobbled. It's quite weak.
I never said that the earth's own magnetic field would cause the earth to wobble. I stated that a 3rd magnet would cause the earth to wobble. Even a weak magnet must align with a stronger magnet. The earth wobble can be seen on an almost daily basis on Global Temp maps. Also, gravity does pull, as well as push. When poles line up North to North and South to South they do push each other.
Since the botanist Mikhail Ivanovich Adams recovered the first woolly mammoth carcass in Siberia in 1806, about a dozen other soft-tissue specimens had been found, including several calves ranging in age from newborn to about a year.
Naturally preserved by microbes called lactobacilli in the water, the flesh emitted a faintly sour, pickled odor that put off scavengers even when it floated to the surface. To test its palatability, Fisher cut and ate steaks from the meat every two weeks from February until high summer, demonstrating that mammoth hunters might have stored their kills in the same way.
For your response, and for abbreviating the sermon.
I understood your message originally, and many times since through the beaten bushes.
The continuous attempts at cryptic wisdom and the notion that it might be written for those of a certain “soul development” seems cultish at worst, snobbish at best.
I have already heard it from the best of them. Obfuscating your concepts adds neither a mystical tone nor does it make it any wiser.
am happy enough for you to do it your way.
Somehow you seem convinced your way should be that of others. It may well be, to each his own.
Einstein seems to have good advice when pondering infinity.
It keeps my feet on the ground (signature). I also feel Hippocrates has a reasonable approach regarding physical malaise, also applicable to those who cure souls with new age religion. Perhaps they didn't understand cryptic mysticism.
We may simply have to put the differences behind us, and agree to disagree.
I will gladly accept your wishes, and despite appearances, genuinely wish you the same.
Thanks for your “time”.