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Mary Rodwell: The New Humans (video)

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posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 05:02 AM
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She also quote Boriska as an extraordinary child. I just watched an interview by Project Camelot ( a joke in itself if you ask me, they really piss me off )

www.youtube.com...

The questioner is asking questions until she finds the answer she want. She also asks leading questions providing information and hoping for an expected response.

Also the mum is encouraging the boy telling him to speak of mars. Apparently he was a pilot on mars, but was unable to drive a flying vehicle.




posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 01:08 PM
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Originally posted by Human_Alien
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Then don't agree.

I don't care.

Wish you would.
But.......we'll both get thorough life fine without agreeing!
To those who resonate with this?.....Glad you watched it.


Does something "resonating" with you just mean that it sounds nice so you'll choose to believe it regardless of supporting evidence or lack thereof?

I'm sure I'll be fine if you and I aren't on the same page, but I'm curious about these sorts of ideas. It sounds kinda cool to me, too, but so does The Matrix and X-Men. I just wonder if there is anything more to the assertion in the video; does it just sounds good (i.e. "my worldview would be more satisfying/comforting/pleasant to me if I believed this") or is there a compelling argument to made for the truthfulness of the claims? If it's just a matter of sounding good, how does one integrate the fact that you simply chose to hold this belief rather than arrived at it through rigorous consideration and reasoning based on facts? Given several beliefs that sound good, how do you decide which one to insist is true? (that's the same question I have about people who vigorously defend one religion over another. . .) If the decision is arbitrary (i.e. it's a matter of faith), can you see where the skeptics are coming from?



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 10:23 PM
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Sometimes, at a very early age you can have a kind of "knowing" lt's as if, ln this world, you are spectater rather than a participant l think a lot of those people could be classed as loners. Often those children would be constantly told to stop daydreaming. To an onlooker it would seem that the child is just mindlessly staring with very little brain activity. Nothing could be further from the truth. A lot, but not all, will be analysing Everything, everything from the robin collecting twigs to build its nest, watching the thunder clouds then the rain and realising the wonders that it will bring to the plants and the wildlife, then pondering why his mother never smiled at all that morning, all this in the space of a few mins. As that child progresses to adulthood he has watched and learned so much. A great many of these people are tuned into the earth and have realised that all things are connected. Much much later in life they will have come to "know" in their soul, the truth and when they see it in print lt makes them realise that maybe they are not loners after all Peace star.



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