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New Creepy 10/28/11 Website Mystery

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posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 08:08 PM
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No coincidences.

www.thewrap.com...




posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 08:28 PM
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ringtones - frequencies. as you grow older you use up your high frequencies, so to speak. younger people might be able to hear 18-20kHz, while older people may max out at 14. This also why some old people are not able to hear crickets. Download/test an audiogenerator on the net and test yourself.

pineal gland tones - sharing your sceptiscism (although i liked the video
) Still I have very good experiences with the series I posted on the record. I have never concerned myself with chakras before, yet it is very easy to visualize/feeling them when you listen to the music. It is as if he has embedded these chanting voices that adress each individual chackra in turn. (about 7min each)

On a side note I think I have realised I have been focusing way to much on my 3rd. eye/pineal gland all these years. So whatever happens the 28th, I'm a happier person



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 08:28 PM
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Originally posted by sheba2011

Originally posted by buddhatrance
Maybe this can help us use the manuals...
936Hz Pineal Gland Activator

Full screen is something...



Not sure you can trust these videos. Just a convo I had with my daughter last night -- as I was staring into her right eye, like manual #1. She started going on about those ringtones that were popular a few years back, that supposedly adults couldn't hear, but teens could. She said how annoying it is to be in the library when someone's ringtone goes off... that only the teens can hear. I asked if she could find one on the internet and play it for me so I could see whether or not I could hear it (cuz years ago I had my hearing tested and was told that despite my, ahem, advanced age, I could hear very high frequencies I wasn't supposed to be able to hear). And she said no, that though they are on the interwebz --- especially youtube-- most of them do not work. They are bogus.

So I'll stick with my Tibetan singing bowls, and the sounds of the locusts. TYVM...


The sensation while listening to this one was quite pleasant on the forehead. Kind of like a nice tickling right on the third eye.
It could have been just the act of focusing on it.

Nothing beats the sounds of nature, singing bowls and chimes!



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 08:32 PM
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agree with buddha.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 08:35 PM
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Originally posted by TNTarheel

Originally posted by KBilly
Apologies if it's already been done - I really can't remember..... but did anyone actually WATCH the watch.wav file in Windows Media Player, with visualisations turned on? You can view it by opening WMP and Open URL> oct282011.com/watch.wav

I set my visualisation to 'Battery>I see the truth' hmmm kind of like a spirally tunnel.... ...

Also possibly Visualisations>Battery>The World... but the one above is more interesting.


I am terrible at Paint but these are the two visualisations of watch.wav using WMP:

Battery>I See the Truth: The two innermost lights come very close to forming the YinYang symbol before the music loops.

Battery>The World:

The first one is terribly familiar to me.
edit on 9/29/2011 by TNTarheel because: (no reason given)


Quite interesting images!
The second one, the world, are there red arrows that look like they are hand written? How odd.

Maybe my eyes are getting tired... time to sleep.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 08:42 PM
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Originally posted by cingularity
No coincidences.

www.thewrap.com...


Good one!!

But yeah... even IF this whole Open site is all about promoting that movie.. just look... look at all the freaking patterns... look at the other movies being released on that March date. Can you see it? Bigger picture. Open may not have it, but I am totally seeing it.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 08:45 PM
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Aha, another movie.
This one has now been postponed, so the Oct28 site should change to Mar2.com...


The plot of the movie doesn't seem to fit with the site though.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 08:54 PM
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Originally posted by khnumkhufu
reply to post by sheba2011
 


ringtones - frequencies. as you grow older you use up your high frequencies, so to speak. younger people might be able to hear 18-20kHz, while older people may max out at 14. This also why some old people are not able to hear crickets. Download/test an audiogenerator on the net and test yourself.


Exactly and thanks for explaining that way better than I did. I had a hearing test done years ago, because I have trouble hearing but only under certain circumstances. Basically I cannot hear the lower frequencies -- blasted away by too many rock concerts?? But the testers were surprised I could hear the higher ones. I remember they were puzzled and said it "shouldn't" be like that... and said something about how I had hearing like a dog? Which I thought was an insult.




pineal gland tones - sharing your sceptiscism (although i liked the video
) Still I have very good experiences with the series I posted on the record. I have never concerned myself with chakras before, yet it is very easy to visualize/feeling them when you listen to the music. It is as if he has embedded these chanting voices that adress each individual chackra in turn. (about 7min each)

On a side note I think I have realised I have been focusing way to much on my 3rd. eye/pineal gland all these years. So whatever happens the 28th, I'm a happier person



Try the Tibetan singing bowls. Also this one is a fav of mine:

www.youtube.com...

My only recommendation (not that I'm an expert!! NOT!! Novice here!!) is don't JUST focus on the 3rd eye. Be more well rounded than that, and if you have to focus on one or the other, totally focus on the heart, as it's central, and the world totally needs more of it, does it not?

The Om Mani Padme Hum is cool, but it overly focuses on the crown chakra (which makes sense, since the crown chakra of the earth is Tibet). But right now we probably should be focusing on the root and the heart. Well, it's all connected. Just saying, maybe some of us should be channeling energies from above and down ... while others need to balance out, channeling energies up from below to above... Balance. (Heart is the balance point).



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 09:18 PM
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my newfound knowledge claims you can't have one without the other, for optimal results they all need to work in sync.

but based in the root as you say.


-and thx for the link, i'll check it out.


edit on 29-9-2011 by khnumkhufu because: thx

edit on 29-9-2011 by khnumkhufu because: ooooh, candles! :checks hands:



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 09:48 PM
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Something tells me we may need to make a new list.

I just can't quite put my finger on it yet. Hrm....



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 09:55 PM
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What makes you say that? Is it on the tip of your tongue?
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posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:21 PM
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Thread. Jumped. Shark.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 11:21 PM
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Anyone else feel like this after reading this thread?
no coincidence!



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 11:53 PM
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Originally posted by easyteazy


Anyone else feel like this after reading this thread?
no coincidence!


I recall early on it was said this was NO internet puzzle. It was on one of the "view source" pages written in green.I would say it is definitely puzzling.

I liked your video here.



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 01:06 AM
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My Bad


Indeed a typo...
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posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 01:08 AM
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.
Ohh a new list, sounds exciting. We've had lists
here before! Maybe Adraves can chip in?

Do you also have minuspoints?
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posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 05:17 AM
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A new list?

Where is the application form...



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 05:56 AM
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Can you believe we are at page 700 today?

I did find several October 28th peace meditations going on that day. One was to focus sending love over D.C., London and Rome (the Vatican).



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 06:40 AM
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Originally posted by buddhatrance
Quite interesting images!
The second one, the world, are there red arrows that look like they are hand written? How odd.

Maybe my eyes are getting tired... time to sleep.


I am sorry, Buddha. I should have noted that I drew lines (on both pictures) to try and show the direction the bands were swirling.



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 10:09 AM
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Originally posted by sheba2011
It's a general commentary.

Philosophy means "love of wisdom."

This video, around the 7-11 minute mark or thereabouts, does a good job describing the difference between religion versus science, or theology vs philosophy:

www.youtube.com.../c/880AC79BB47DA051/1/7YA-9iHKHJo

If you don't have time to watch it, I'll summarize:

Religion = theology:
1. Left brained
2. Masculine
3. Dogma
4. Morals
5. Superstition, ignorance, fear
6. That which you can see strictly by your five senses

Science = philosophy
1. Right brained
2. Feminine
3. Logic
4. Ethics
5. Physics
6. Not just your five senses; your 6th sense too

Not mentioned in this video, it's my observation that science today has become more of a theology than a true search for wisdom. For example, physicists are trained in the application of quantum mechanics, and told to ignore the "spooky action" part, the Schroedinger's Cat question. There are too many scientists using left-brain thinking today. Too many people who dismiss "if I can't see it with my 5 senses then it doesn't exist." But true science -- that of the Einsteins and Teslas etc -- always had a good dose of the intuitive flash of insight. It's an art. That's why universities have colleges of "art and science." They go together.

I would disagree with you on that, Sheba.

How has science become more of a theology? I think you are a little confused here and actually, I can’t blame you for that. If you would have written: “Exo-science is more of a theology” that would have worked.
But saying so in your terms just means you confuse the two — science and pseudo-science.

Your premise of “If I can’t see it with my 5 senses then it doesn’t exist” is a fallacy. Just a quick example: can you or I, or any Nobel prize’d scientist actually see/experience dark matter with any of their 5 senses? No. Pure, flat: NO.
However, scientists KNOW about it (to a certain extent, for now). But that is certainly not a leap of “faith” or whatever “belief”. It’s pure data. Frank numbers on a printed out sheet. That’s why unlike religion (a broad term for belief/faith here) "faith" does not work when science actually… does.

True enough, science holds a great deal of “intuitive flash of insight”, I agree on that. However, again, this is not belief nor any kind of faith. It’s deeply rooted in k n o w i n g. Which is quite the opposite, if you ask me.

So, no, sorry, belief/faith and science do not go together hand in hand.


On the other hand, those who dismiss religion completely and say "I only trust that which I can see with my 5 senses" aren't being logical; they are being just as dogmatic as the priests they disdain!

Now let’s see about that. Those who dismiss religion aren’t logical? Really? Are you saying faith is more logical than proven facts? Now that is flippant.
I think you confuse dogma ("seem good" is the meaning) with scientific theory (which has NOTHING to do with hypothesis by the way — people generally are extremely confused by that).


As in all things, there is a balance needed... even mysticism... mysticism does have its place but it needs to be balanced or it just becomes one more superstition.

As much as I agree with you in terms of balance —that I would call reason, for the matter—, as much mysticism basically is emanating from superstition.
I am not even questioning its place, mind you — fairy tales DO have an important place too.

True enough, the quote you highlighted in that poetry IS saying “if you dismiss faith, you dismiss philosophy”. That does not make the quote (nor the poetry) real or in any other way valid.
Besides, the quote goes like this:

“‘Faith’, he said,
Or would have said if he had thought of it,
‘Lives in the same house with Philosophy’…”


Do you grasp the flaw here? “Or would have said if he had thought of it”..!
That, excuse me, is cocky at best, or utterly silly, at worst.


That quote is also saying -- If you dismiss faith, you dismiss philosophy. I'm not suggesting blind faith but rather........ Reason is the guide, faith is the aim. They go together like, peanut butter and jelly, Fred Astair and Ginger Rogers, Isis and Osiris....

Lastly, the even bigger reason why you seem to have it all mixed up and wrong resides in what you say here: “Reason is the guide, faith is the aim”.
Sorry, not. Never. Never in reality and a (precisely) reasonable world. Faith is never the aim. Knowing is. Which is very, very different.
When belief is the guide, then, faith is the aim. Not when reason is the guide.

I guess this means bad toasts and awful dancing, and upside down hieroglyphs.


But hey, this is a sane, interesting, friendly and (quite) deep debate actually. Thank you for that.



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