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posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 02:44 PM
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Originally posted by zedVSzardoz
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maybe, but is it ORIGINAL?...that is the question. Has anyone ever considered absorbing a parents energy /soul?



Original concept or not, I genuinely hope, for my own sake, and others, that that isn't what occurs. Apart from not wanting to absorb my mother's soul, I most definately wouldn't wish myself, in that capacity, on my son either.

Even in consideration, it is an unpleasant think to thunk.




posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 02:45 PM
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well I am off to clean up work. I may check in from time to time before tomorrow. For the moment it seems that we may have a winner already. If Boncho´s last idea holds up to scrutiny as an ORIGINAL idea, he wins.

If not we will go onto the next.

May a newer member with few posts win....lol...J/K

Good luck to you all.

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posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 02:47 PM
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mine is simple
we have solar systems that make up galaxies that make up universes
universes make up multiverses
does this carry on and on
as we see galaxies is it possible that universe look like said galaxies

Its obvious that im not a deep thinker so iv no way of winning



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 02:47 PM
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Sorry boncho it's similar to a philosophy I hold which is not my own... that compares the development/evolution of humanity to the stages of life... infancy, childhood, young adulthood, adulthood, mature adulthood and senior adulthood.



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 02:49 PM
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Originally posted by Kali74
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Sorry boncho it's similar to a philosophy I hold which is not my own... that compares the development/evolution of humanity to the stages of life... infancy, childhood, young adulthood, adulthood, mature adulthood and senior adulthood.


I don't see the similarities. And mine has a name.




posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 02:51 PM
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My theory would not imply that the succession be chronological. The living consciousness of the grandfather streams directly to the father via living interaction, and thusly from father to son. Considering will, experience, personality are directly passed via straightforward teaching... Perhaps after the death of our relatives, those experienced are understood and absorbed via the dna, "the teachings" therefore transformed and applied to to still living child in the form of subconscious understanding...

Not to say one instantly becomes thier father upon his death, but rather: the fathers (and the rest of the lineage,) could be transfered in a way yet unknown to science. Perhaps evolution is not purely genetic.

I suppose my theory could be called "post mortem non-genetic heredity"



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 02:51 PM
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This one's kinda complicated.. and I'm not even sure if this is in the right category lol

Synchronocities begin, slow at first, but start to speed up like the steady increase of a beating drum, things like seeing a color mere moments before it appears in front of you, in the form of something that wasn't within eyeshot before, the tempo increases as the people around you begin feeling the tunneling of what these syncs are creating and you start to hear the worry/panic in their voice as a time tunnel envelops you. This tunnel is singlehandedly capable of altering the time/space direction that Earth is currently going. From a timeline where such synchronocities are mere coincidences, to a potential timeline where these synchronocities become the very beat of the universe speaking to us, drawing us into her more hidden and uncovered truths. Who knows what will come of such an event, only one way to find out... Dive into the rabbit hole



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 02:55 PM
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wouldn't that be re-incarnation?

I am not sure but it seems that your idea is basically re-incarnation.


Good thought though.

How is it different?
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posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 02:57 PM
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Who thinks Kali74 is correct and boncho´s idea is not an original idea and why?

Who thinks boncho´s idea is truly original and why?
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posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 02:59 PM
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It kind of sounds like a 'deep' (in the pseudo-sense) analysis of the plot to Mork and Mindy.



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:02 PM
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Originally posted by zedVSzardoz
reply to post by Aqualung2012
 


wouldn't that be re-incarnation?

I am not sure but it seems that your idea is basically re-incarnation.


Good thought though.

How is it different?
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Its different from reincarnation, because we are considering the child to be alive already at the time of transerrence... Not that the father is born as the child. Another, less story book form of reincarnation digests that we are always born and dying as we are pushed and pulled by karma. Each moment the entire universe reincarnates itself, as quantum science if beginning to show us.

I'm referring to the splicing ones consciousness via the common DNA of parent/child, our more broadly species, grnus, etc etc



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:03 PM
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well sorry boncho. It was a great idea, but it seems that the epifany you speak of, as the child in us is not a "new" concept, but still a great one.


Songwriters: CRETU, MICHAEL

(michael cretu)
.
Sanskrit chant translation
Harry brown ...harryb@zfree.co.nz

(translation:
Who is of smiling face, bestower of all fortunes,
Whose hands are ready to rescue anyone from fear,
Who is adorned by various ornaments with precious stones )

[ Lyrics from: www.lyricsfreak.com... ]
Puer natus est nobis,
Et filius datus est nobis:
Cujus emperium super humerum... for to us a child is born,
To us a son is given:
And the government will be upon his
Shoulder..

Some day you came
And I knew you were the one
You were the rain, you were the sun
But I needed both, cause I needed you
.
You were the one
I was dreaming of all my life
When it is dark you are my light
But don't forget
Who's always our guide
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It is the child in us


Enigma, the child in us.



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:04 PM
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I can't agree with that theory.

While it may apply to a lot, I have seen too many people become entirely different from who they used to be. Sometimes over the course of only a few years. I'm not talking about just losing and gaining weight, or getting on or off drugs. I'm talking about fundamental personality changes.

I suppose you could argue that they were always that way, and it is just my view that has changed, but I don't think that is the case.



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:05 PM
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Will take a stab. This is first draft-sort of a brain dump:

This is an extrapolation on a few concepts. One being the 'holographic universe' idea that all matter is projected into 3d space from outside of physical reality. The second is linguistic meaning-how words and meaning shape the person, third aspect is pursuit of meaning within personal perception and existence.


All physical reality is confined within its self defined boundaries. The human mind is no different-it takes input from the universe surrounding it and interprets said data in regards to it's comprised elements. To a person who is born to fanatically religious people-the world is obviously colored through the lenses of the faith they were indoctrinated to. If a person is abused-the world becomes hostile. To a person who never experiences hardships-the world is a soft place where they always expect to win.

If we are in fact projections comprising constituent elements that encase our identities then everything we experience changes the identity-each image and each word. Likewise, every interaction with others changes who they are. The ripple effect spreads from each point of causality.

Matter is simply energy in the solid state, this infers that there are layers of energy within the entire encased universe and accounts for entropy. Like the mind it can be inferred that physical reality gains input from sources outside of it's boundaries. Also like the mind this data takes the form of low-almost non-existent energy that causes changes and disturbances that also ripple inward. As the ripples decay, entropy takes over reducing the ripples-but leaving changes in tact. This is what time is-the projection and regression of ripple effects through reality. But, since high energy does not come into the 'system', eventually reality will fade until there is no longer energy resulting in an eventual collapse into a single point.

So, what happens to people and the identities when the universe ends? In the absence of spiritual proof: The collapse of the universe to the key point-the state before the big-bang: there is good chance that the compression of matter would result in one of a few configurations: when things are compressed they take formations naturally.

In tight summary: It can be construed that the universe does in fact repeat with minor variances. The minds that existed before will exist again on the next incarnation of the Universe-though perhaps with minor variances.


That was a quick brainstorm and toss out-if I get a chance I will flesh it out a bit.



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:07 PM
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so your idea is a DNA transference of consciousness from one biological line down through descendants?

I don't know man. I don't care either way. I would rather star 500 posts instead of 800.

It sounds like reincarnation. The bit about it being done through DNA is unique IMO, but the core idea is that of consciousness returning by some mechanism back into the physical world.



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:07 PM
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How does it account for the growing population? If the 'souls' are recycled in that manner. Seems a violation of simple math.



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:09 PM
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so next in line is





maryhinge


mine is simple
we have solar systems that make up galaxies that make up universes
universes make up multiverses
does this carry on and on
as we see galaxies is it possible that universe look like said galaxies


So that the universe is a model of the multiverse.

any string theory savvy people. If not I will have to rip my head open searching this stuff.
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posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:12 PM
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Fairly common idea actually, basic micro/macro universe. Its also done in a few movies: Men In Black 1 and 2 both refer to the idea.



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:13 PM
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Originally posted by lordtyp0
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Fairly common idea actually, basic micro/macro universe. Its also done in a few movies: Men In Black 1 and 2 both refer to the idea.


I believe Family Guy also made a reference to this in one of their episodes



posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:14 PM
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yeah I have to agree...


The Multiverse theory for the universe has been a recently accepted theory that describes the continuous formation of universes through the collapse of giant stars and the formation of black holes. With each of these black holes there is a new point of singularity and a new possible universe. As Rees describes it, "Our universe may be just one element - one atom, as it were - in an infinite ensemble: a cosmic archipelago


www.astronomy.pomona.edu...'s%20mutliverse.html

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