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New Creepy 10/28/11 Website Mystery

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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 09:28 PM
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how funny is this, here I am in deep thought and time now is 10 28

Just happened to notice that. Might as well kill all my karma....

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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 09:44 PM
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Updated: oct282011.com...

"What does Pi have to do with anything?"

Rotation of the earth? Orbit?



posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:19 PM
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What does pi have to do with a circle? An orbit? Gravity?

Why does gravity create spheres?
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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:47 PM
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Originally posted by cingularity
Updated: oct282011.com...

"What does Pi have to do with anything?"

Rotation of the earth? Orbit?


Hmmm didn't we spend like a week throwing out the kitchen sink of theories of Pi?

Of all those none of us got anything right? I find that hard to believe that we havent actually answered this question yet.



posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:55 PM
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How do planets form perfect circles or spheres?

Reality is the state of the universe before perception.



posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 11:00 PM
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Hello, I have returned. So what's new, what's the score?

Looking around I found this:


The mere possible presence of another person causes one to look at
him/herself as an object, and see his/her world as it appears to the
other. While they are believing it is a person, their world is
transformed, and everything exists as an object that partially escapes
them. During this time the world comes on to you differently, and you
can no longer have a total subjectivity. The world is now his world, a
foreign world that no longer comes from you, but from him. The other
person is a “threat to the order and arrangement of your whole
world…Your world is suddenly haunted by the Other’s values, over which
you have no control.” This process is continual, unavoidable and
ineluctable. Subjectivity is competitive. This explains why it can be
difficult to look someone in the eye.
Being for Others: Sartre states that many relationships are created by
people’s attraction not to another person but rather how that person
makes them feel about themselves by how they look at them. This is a
state of emotional alienation whereby a person avoids experiencing
their subjectivity by identifying themselves with “the look” of the
other. The consequence is conflict. In order to keep the person’s own
being the person must control the other, but must control the freedom
of the other “as freedom”. These relationships are a profound
manifestation of “bad faith” as the for-itself is replaced with the
other’s freedom. The purpose of either participant is not to exist but
to maintain the other participant’s looking at them. This system is
often mistakenly called love, but is in fact nothing more than
emotional alienation and a denial of freedom through conflict with the
other.


Relevant? Seems so
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posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 12:02 AM
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Bueller....Bueller....

control makes the particle
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posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 12:20 AM
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itswhatyouknow_itsnotamystery_mostofyouhavefoundit
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posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 12:20 AM
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Originally posted by 0pened
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What does pi have to do with a circle? An orbit? Gravity?

Why does gravity create spheres?
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Not what is Pi, or how, but why?

To create order.
A seemingly random string of numbers manages to create a perfect order, or a perfect circle. From chaos, comes order.
Gravity also is designed so as to create order. Without gravity, no planets, and with no planets, no order, no humans.

Am I right?



posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 12:43 AM
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That site is teeming with information, I can't believe how few actually looked it over



posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 01:03 AM
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In the theme of many folks wish to be heard let us look back to a Master from the Tao Te Ching.

"Gravity is the anchor of Light - Stillness the ruler of movement." ~ Lao Tzu

"To do nothing - Does not mean nothing gets done." ~ Lao Tzu



posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 02:26 AM
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About Pi

I wrote this before going to bed, and nobody responded, so I assumed everybody just thought nothing of it.
Then I wake up this morning, and open has actually responded, on the site. I don't know how he does it, but he makes this feel very personal, and that is really the best way to learn anything.

And this day is already beautiful, showing me signs all over the place. I am beginning to see who I am, and I love it. The more love I send out, the more it comes back, but not in a smothering way, but in a pleasant surprise kind of way. I hope this makes sense, and I will go back to silent mode for now.
Everybody, have a great day.



posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 02:49 AM
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How could numbers account for consciousness and therefore why it's so important in understanding them? Something tells me the underlying mechanics of the universe (and I'll limit this to the universe of form) is unfathomable (for now) in the human domain.

It is the formless (LOVE-Intelligence) that creates form. Thus any occurrence of Pi in the physical must be an expression of the formless. Why does Pi occur - Are we ready to understand the formless?? Does Pi transcends space-time spiraling back into the territory of First Source? Is Pi multidimensional?

Instead of understanding numbers shouldn't we focus on what we can actually do to help the expression of the formless in the human domain?

For now I'm left with more questions then answers.
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posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 03:17 AM
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I'm guessing we have to focus more on the manuals, to see the whole picture. I feel like I am trying to guess a picture on a 5000piece puzzle, by looking at three or four pieces. It can be done that way, but I bet we would see all the pieces very fast if we were to look at the "puzzle" subconsciously. What is it they say, your subconscience works 500.000 times faster than you conscience. So if this situation was to be digested in two months on a conscious level, you could do it in about 10 seconds subconsciously. Talk about cutting corners.


I'll shut up now.



posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 03:33 AM
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Well good luck with that
. Not trying to be a bitch here, but do you even know what the subconscious is? You seem to have high expectations from it so I would like to assume you do.



posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 04:03 AM
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Thank you for replying.


I have just always been impressed with the subconscious mind. Everything we have ever learned or will ever learn is in our subconscious mind. Deja Vu. That is why when we fathom something new and unfathomable, we feel this sense of enlightenment. It is like a wall has been torn down right in front of us. You knew it all along it was just behind the wall.

I am also not trying to be a smartypants here, this is what comes to me when I ask myself. I constantly question everything around me and in me, have always done so. What I have learned after all we have gone through in the last month, is to not do that anymore. Trust is key. As I trust myself and what I observe and experience, I grow.



posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 04:06 AM
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Mathematics :

Construct of human thought or inherent in Nature?

Did Pi exist before human consciousness?

Imagine if you will : Two cone springs, small ends facing each other with an infinitesimal gap . Multiple occurrences of PI inside a spiral. ( Phi ) The large open end of the spring on the left faces the large open end of a third cone spring. This continues around in a circle, spring facing spring until the small end of the last cone spring ends facing the small end of the original second spring on the right, completing the circle.

The small gap between the springs represents a null or zero point. ( Big Bang, ) The gap at the large ends represents entropy. ( Heat loss )

Now, let this construct represent an infinite universe containing all that exists. Let's make a second construct, representing a different universe and set it down on top of the first. The tangs of the springs fitting between each other. Let us continue adding constructs in this manner until we have completed a circle. We now have a sort of Slinky of universes. We continue to build, inserting one Slinky into another and on and on....... you get the picture.

If you can envision this crude attempt at a model of existence, ponder with it, the phrase; " As above, so below."

To be continued....



posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 04:49 AM
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Originally posted by buddhatrance

This is way trippier than trying to figure out what fpiny is...
A golden spiral path to answering "Who are you?"...

And then she said... "Up... Down..."

Down is at her level, but up touches the third eye of the caterpillar. There they are, joined by the spiral.
There lies truth within the hallucination.

Where's my bowl...


Instead of "Who are you?" it might just be "Look where you're at", actually.
And she said… "Up… Up… Up… Down. Up… Up… Up… Down. Up… Up… Up… Down." Haha put that one in perspective.
Maybe the hallucination isn't where one thinks it is.
How about the caterpillar leading the dance?

Your bowl? You are so greedy!

Half a cookie for you!



posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 04:57 AM
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Originally posted by JoeSignal
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I have just always been impressed with the subconscious mind. Everything we have ever learned or will ever learn is in our subconscious mind.


That's incorrect. What are you describing is the unconscious (genetic) mind. The subconscious is the knowledge repository of the family bloodlines. Thus my question before

The process you described in you previous post is actually tapping into the Higher Mind.



posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 05:26 AM
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LOOks like there is 0NE missing....REAL truth!



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