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reply to post by Quauhtli
Then he focuses in on one of my friends and pulls out this small metal disc. It was about 4 inches in diameter with a one inch hole in the center. So he somehow uses some sort of tech that puts the friend inside the disc! Then he grabs some kind of hammer thing and smashes the disc really hard and puts a big bend in it. This process seemed to lock our friend inside of the disc. The dark man goes on to tell us that the guy will not be able to be released until... "The Nine Come!"
Nine is the most troublesome number in etymology. There are several phrases of uncertain parentage that include the word. Examples are, cloud nine, nine days' wonder and the infamous whole nine yards. We can add 'dressed to the nines' to that list.
Dressed to the ninesThe most frequently heard attempts to explain the phrase's derivation involve associating the number nine with clothing in some way. One theory has it that tailors used nine yards of material to make a suit (or, according to some authors, a shirt). The more material you had the more kudos you accrued, although nine yards seems generous even for a fop. Another commonly repeated explanation comes from the exquisitely smart uniforms of the 99th (Lanarkshire) Regiment of Foot, which was raised in 1824. The problem with these explanations is that they come with no evidence to support them, apart from a reference to the number nine (or 99, which seems to be stretching the cloth rather thinly). The regiment was in business in the early 19th century, which is at least the right sort of date for a phrase that became widely used in the middle of that century.[...]
Originally posted by SyntheticPerception
Originally posted by WhoFeelsitKnowsit
Hello friend! I rarely post but I noticed those two pictures you posted farther up on this page. I've also seen this image all around me, as everything during a deep meditation/astral projection experience I had a couple of weeks ago. I'd describe it as violet fractal patterns everywhere, everything. I don't think you're mad. Unless I am too! But who knows, I might be too peace
Thank you for sharing. The fractal pattern you describe it how the big vision I had opened up with the "eye" and then planets and stars etc still it stopped on one in particular. I wasn't really even trying.. the only thing I was trying at the time was to stay sane and not find my way back to the mental health ward. It was the scariest encounter I have had, all purple no matter where I looked. Wide awake not sleeping meditating at all. I was scared ####less still the most beautiful thing I have ever seen in my life though.
Have you ever tryed remote viewing? I messed with it for a bit an had good results but found it kinda pointless I guess and decided to work on other things. Have you found any practical use for them (the lights)? Did you see them as a kid too? Sorry for all the questions it is nice knowing you are not alone in something.
Maybe you and I can experiment somehow with these lights we see?
If you have remote viewed before we could try using random images from Google as "targets" One of us views the "picture" and holds it in the minds eye with focus and then the other draws something and see what they get.
I am out of practice but I had crazy good results a few years ago with it.
Namasteedit on 3-11-2012 by SyntheticPerception because: (no reason given)
reply to post by LittleByLittle
He might be telling you the real truth about what is going on or he might unconciously in the spirit be having some fun with with creating a personality that knows and understand too much about some things but at the same time plays around with other peoples heads by creating a fantasy .
reply to post by WhoFeelsitKnowsit
As for your second part sure! I'm always looking for people to perform metaphysical experiments with. You can u2u me (if I've even unlocked that feature? since I don't post much) or just talk about it here. Peace synthetic.
When you multiply any number by 9, then add the resulting digits and reduce them to a single digit, it always becomes a 9. For example, 6 x 9 = 54, reduce 54 to a single digit by adding them together: 5 + 4 = 9. Similarly, 8 x 9 = 72, and 7 + 2 = 9. Or 23 x 9 = 207, 2 + 0 + 7 = 9, and so forth. There is nothing coincidental about this peculiarity. Try it. Any number, no matter how large, multiplied by 9 reduces to 9. From a numerological perspective, the 9 simply takes over, like the infamous body snatchers.
Any number that was initially increased by a factor of 9 loses its own identity and instead takes on the characteristics of the 9. No other number has that quality. A different, but no less distinctive and revealing, attribute of the 9 is that when you add (as opposed to multiply) it to any other number, then reduce that number to a single digit, it always comes back to itself, as if nothing was added at all. For example, 5 + 9 = 14, 1 + 4 = 5. Or 7 + 9 = 16, 1 + 6 = 7. 24 (which reduces to 6) + 9 = 33, 3 + 3 = 6. Again, have some fun, try it on a bunch of numbers.
The 9 has some similarities with the 6. However, whereas the 6 as a symbol of motherly (or fatherly) love, giving its love and care to friends, family and the immediate community, the 9 offers it to the world at large; the 9, more than any other number, has global consciousness. Looking at the shape of the symbol is, as always, quite telling. The 9 is like the 6 upside down, a symbol of her offering sympathy and compassion to everyone; a reservoir of giving with a generous downward spout.
The 9 lives in the world and understands the connections between all of mankind. It is a humanitarian, and sees no real difference between its neighbor next door and the person living in a very different culture and environment on the other side of the world. The 9 is the least judgmental of all numbers, the most tolerant and the most conscious.
reply to post by dave0davidson
Sorry that ran a little longer than I had hoped.