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Strange E-mails I've been receiving for the several past months. (Enigma)

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posted on May, 17 2014 @ 05:41 AM
I have been receiving some odd messages through a mail of a friend who when I asked claimed to have nothing in common with it. And I am sure that is the case as he is thousand miles away from that matter, more when we looked at some of the mails the last week he was laughing and claimed the author to be nuts. Ye, I don't think of it as nutter, yet it is odd he used my friend's e-mail to send this. Or maybe it is code software program virus, i dunno, really...

Here is the full list until now, the last mail from two weeks ago, if more come I will update here. Thoughts`?

"Judgment is invalidating everything you prefer. When you invalidate something, you become equal to it, and thus what you do not want you become."

"every being has their own way of exploring the idea of existence. It does not mean you must judge the way they are living as invalid. If you are busy judging that what they are doing is less than what you think they could be doing, YOU are the one maintaining those effects and those realities in YOUR reality. You are focusing upon them."

"Anything that you share with someone else, any common similar experience, is because you have agreed to create your own version of it in your reality."

"When you assume that where you are is where you need to be and begin to enjoy it and live in the moment, then you will not try to be somewhere else, and that is what will let you get there."

"Allowing everyone to live the lives they choose is granting equality and validation to everything... to All That Is, which means that you, as a part of All That Is, are automatically supporting everything you do, and letting All That Is support you."

"If you believe you need to be protected... you are inviting attack."

"All situations are fundamentally neutral. You give them meaning, 'positive' or 'negative'. When you assign a 'meaning', you invite that reality."

"If you KNOW that you know, then by definition there is nothing stopping you."

"No one can 'give' you anything. You have to create your own version of it."
edit on 17-5-2014 by Egoismyname because: Title spelling edited

posted on May, 17 2014 @ 05:47 AM
a reply to: Egoismyname

Tat's weird - These arguments are those which I would have used to promote pacifism instead of a second civil war in America.

"Judgment is invalidating everything you prefer. When you invalidate something, you become equal to it, and thus what you do not want you become."

This one particular, I keep using it myself to demonstrate that if a people become violent and tyrannical, they are not, in the end, better than the government they criticize.


posted on May, 17 2014 @ 05:52 AM
a reply to: Egoismyname

My thinking is;

Either your friend is lying to you, and is sending emails to freak you out or play a joke on you.

His or her email account has been hacked, hijacked and people are sending these emails out to many people, in some strange 'get the message out there' fashion.

Not many other options really.
edit on 17-5-2014 by MysterX because: typo

posted on May, 17 2014 @ 06:23 AM
Well I don't know about what's going on with your email, but I will say I like a lot of the quotes. I don't think whoever is sending it is a nutter at all. They really make perfect sense to me.

posted on May, 17 2014 @ 06:35 AM
Did you check the full header info to see if they're really coming from your friend's account? If you have Yahoo email, this would be done by clicking "more" on the email, and then clicking "Full Header". Some time last year, I had several very valid looking emails from what appeared to be my bank trying to get me to call them about account issues, and aside from the phone # not matching, the header info told me it was actually coming from some .uk based phishing account.

posted on May, 17 2014 @ 06:39 AM
a reply to: Egoismyname

They are like complex fortune cookie quotes.

I would assume the hyjack virus has hit your friends email account. It uses the email address book, to send out messages. You are lucky to get decent quotes. Most hyjack viruses, send out mass p-o-r-n messages with links.


posted on May, 17 2014 @ 06:42 AM
a reply to: Egoismyname

It's the Matrix I tell ya.
It's sending you messages.

No,in all seriousness, I think your friend's email account has been hacked.
He should change his password to a more secure/longer one.

I am surprised by the contents of the messages though, what kind of hacker is this?

posted on May, 17 2014 @ 06:47 AM
malware or 'hackers' dont send you inspirational quotes.
i think youre friend is a little nuts and of coarse wont admit it.

posted on May, 17 2014 @ 06:57 AM
When I read the first quote I thought it sounded a bit like A Course In Miracles but I did a search on it and found it is from other channled material. Something called the Paradigm of Essassani channeled by someone named Bashar. Here is a link:Paradigm of the Essassani

posted on May, 17 2014 @ 07:42 AM
If your friends email has been got by a virus then it'll be sending those out to every person in there address book. Have they checked if thats the case?

As another poster mentioned, check the header!!!

Tell your friend to sort it out, because it might steal both yours and their data! that might include ID theft!

If your friend wont sort it out then block them.

posted on May, 17 2014 @ 09:35 AM
How well do you know this friend? ...maybe he has a split personality and he IS sending them to you! any rate they're not threatening messages, but someone is messing with you. If it was a hacker you'd be getting porn, or Viagra adds.and a hacker wouldn't send quotes, and be sending those quotes to a mass of people. You would hear other people talking about it too.

posted on May, 18 2014 @ 12:40 AM
Hey, at least your email stalker is sending you relatively useful advice, haha. Rarely does that seem like it would be the case. That is like someone with tourettes shouting random compliments. Maybe that actually happens, I don't know. Seriously though, except for a couple of things that seemed off to me, exploring all the paragraphs that were sent I found that the stuff is accurate. One or two either went completely over my head, or they just don't make any sense at all. Or perhaps they were purposefully vague. Some of them took a bit of pondering, and they actually seemed to me to be representing relatively intelligent and thought-provoking ideas.

There are only three viable possibilities if everything is as you say. First, your friend is sending the emails to himself from another account, although that seems strange considering he could have sent them to you from another account. So that doesn't make much sense, as why would you purposefully connect yourself to something if you were the one doing it, and you didn't want the person to know you were doing it. Unless your friend wants you to suspect that they are the ones sending them, but this seems to complicated.

The next possibility is, as you said, they are spam. Maybe some type of email worm or warez that somehow got your name and your friends email address in it, and for whatever reason sent the messages in your name to their address. That is what I took you to mean anyway.

And the other viable possibility is that someone has targeted you for this correspondence, yet sent them to your friend's address. Again, this seems unnecessary, UNLESS they don't have your email address, and know that your friend would show the emails to you. That is the only thing that would make sense. So think of some suspects, as it is likely the person knows you if you have been targeted, although targeted sounds a bit too malicious for what is going on here at the moment, and then compare those people with those who have your friends email address but not your own. I'm like freaking Matlock over here, if Matlock were a bit more tech-savvy and much hotter. And had bigger muscles. Okay my muscles aren't big, but still.

Seriously though, it doesn't seem like anything to worry about at the moment. The person definitely does sound like a pacifist. That is always a good quality in a stalker.

posted on May, 20 2014 @ 04:50 AM
a reply to: Egoismyname

Whoever is sending them isn't making any senses at all. Does your email have a way to map the IP from which they come? I did that with Yahoo mail once, when my own address was sending spam. Stuff was coming from the far east in that case.

posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 01:43 AM
The quotes are from some essassini philosophy.

edit on 3-6-2014 by violet because: (no reason given)

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