Originally posted by undo
finally opens his eyes, he's the one causing all the death and destruction on the planet.
Originally posted by Manula
an old old whore/witch goes down, it cant stand the light...
Originally posted by undo
wonder why they put the baby in a chicken like egg (the one that black tv snake wraps around)? human children are not born from eggs like that, but reptiles are. wonder if when the apple opens and the two halves become one lotus blossom, if they are trying to say that the next evolution will have no female reproduction at all? i know some of the secret societies and esoteric religions believe that original adam was both male and female in the same body, et.al, a hermaphrodite. i don't think that's what it says in the text at all. i think it was literally male adams and female adams and they were a race of clones, cloned in the images of the elohim (egyptian version -- atum, some of who were male and some of who were female but none of which were both in the same body. although i have read an argument that stated we were all originally hermaphroditic reptilians and that the mammalian procreative ability was the modification that put us at odds with the elohim. i don't think so. i think we were cloned originally not born from chicken eggs there was no pain in childbirth because it doesn't hurt to be cloned presumably).
edit on 7-7-2012 by undo because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by NellahB
reply to post by gardCanada
I shared it on fb. Great video, so much symbolism. Will watch this again. Does the goat represent the scapegoat? That's what I'm thinking. Wonderful animation and music.
Originally posted by Bone75
Okay, on the chalkboard there's a hangman and the students are on the last leg of the game. The answer is obviously 'evolution', but they are missing 3 letters... u, i, and o. You'll notice that the letters on the board are mixed between upper case and lower case.
If you type 'uio' into google, you'll get a few matches, but the one that intrigues me the most is the University of Oslo in Norway. It's commonly abbreviated as UiO. hmmm...
So I decided to see what they're up to, and look what I found...
"We have found an unknown branch of the tree of life that lives in this lake. It is unique! So far we know of no other group of organisms that descend from closer to the roots of the tree of life than this species. It can be used as a telescope into the primordial micro-cosmos," says an enthusiastic associate professor, Kamran Shalchian-Tabrizi, head of the Microbial Evolution Research Group (MERG) at the University of Oslo.
His research group studies tiny organisms hoping to find answers to large, biological questions within ecology and evolutionary biology, and works across such different fields as biology, genetics, bioinformatics, molecular biology and statistics.
Coincidence? Or could the makers of this video really be trying to tell us something?
Originally posted by BlueGuardian
Latest breakdown of the clip.