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wensam
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#796 | Posted: 29 May 2015 16:32
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I meant Atlantis, bloody predictive spelling thing, rolls eyes lol
skipman
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#797 | Posted: 29 May 2015 17:35
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wensam:
a model of civilisation used by many cultures across the globe?

Like Utopia,something to aspire towards but ultimately unachievable.

Nice to have you posting again Wensam,how have you been keeping?
wensam
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#798 | Posted: 29 May 2015 18:07
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I'm very well skipman, thanks for asking,; been doing a lot of reading,busy with work and enjoying the first year of my new found freedom! Hope things are well with you.

Yes, a utopian concept constructed by the ancients, perhaps the beginnings of control of the population and the rise of a capitalist economy leading to the cultural Marxist state we are now in perhaps. As you say, it's something unachievable that the ruling classes have nurtured for centuries and hence the rise of so called secret societies amongst other things, never mind the use of religion as a tool for mind control....
wensam
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#799 | Posted: 22 Aug 2015 21:49
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The Voynich Manuscript has had a 'provisional/partial decoding

'http://stephenbax.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Voynich-a-provisional-partial-decod ing-BAX.pdf

Outline of findings To assist the reader to see the overall direction of this paper, I will here summarise the results in brief, as a prelude to explaining the detailed reasoning in the remainder of the paper.
Through analysis of a number of illustrations in the manuscript including one constellation (Taurus) and seven plants, and drawing on mediaeval manuscripts and contemporary nomenclature so as to match the illustrations with proper names within the text, I propose the identification of a total of ten words in the manuscript consisting of fourteen of the Voynich symbols and clusters, some more tentatively than others. The two tables in Appendix 1 (page 56) summarise the proposed readings of these symbols in terms of vowels and consonants, and list the words which appear to contain those symbols. It should be noted that all of the identifications are of course provisional, subject to more evidence and analysis.
skipman
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#800 | Posted: 23 Aug 2015 00:30
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How are you keeping wesam?
skipman
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#801 | Posted: 24 Aug 2015 00:27
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Debunking of the crystal skull found in a Mayan pyramid.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GJdNejHlp8#t=18
Joe
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#802 | Posted: 24 Aug 2015 12:30
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skipman:
Debunking of the crystal skull found in a Mayan pyramid.

I remember seeing that video before. So, the famed crystal skull has no value whatsoever - I suppose it could be used as a paperweight.
skipman
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#803 | Posted: 8 Sep 2015 23:06
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skipman
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#804 | Posted: 3 Nov 2015 18:00
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Read the comments and you will realise why I posted this here.

http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2011/07/06/does-curse-of-the-cobra-hang-over-keral a-temple-treasure/

An Indian temple's vaults were opened by court order,what they found was unbelievable but what is behind the final door which they can find no normal means of opening.

After four years there is still no decision on opening the last vault door.
Joe
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#805 | Posted: 8 Nov 2015 11:43 | Edited by: Joe
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"The Lies and Political Hijacking of Remembrance Sunday..."

This is something to read for the masses before they get sucked into all the propaganda of this so-called "Remembrance Sunday", through mainstream media > URL
nordsee220
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#806 | Posted: 8 Nov 2015 13:57
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Joe:
"The Lies and Political Hijacking of Remembrance Sunday..."

This is something to read for the masses before they get sucked into all the propaganda of this so-called "Remembrance Sunday", through mainstream media > URL

That has to be the most powerfully written piece I have read in a long time. I simply cannot add to his words other than a verse from Ralph Mctell's song "Streets of London".

Have you seen the old man
Outside the seaman's mission?
Memory fading with the medal ribbons that he wears.
In our winter city,
The rain cries a little pity
For one more forgotten hero,
And a world that doesn't care.
skipman
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#807 | Posted: 8 Nov 2015 20:05
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Joe:
"The Lies and Political Hijacking of Remembrance Sunday..."

The letter from the WW2 veteran was very moving.

Last nights Dr. Who was a very good anti war episode. His speech about the cycle of war was compelling by its simplicity. That is why no politician will understand it. War is always easy,when you send someone else, out to fight it.
quark1
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#808 | Posted: 9 Nov 2015 10:10
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In addition to nordsee's streets of london - the whole of Bordeline - Chris de Burgh - but particularly the lines

But these are only boys, and I will never know,
How men can see the wisdom in a war...

In an ideal world I'm sure that every service man and woman would rush to hand in their uniforms if they were no longer needed - but the world is not ideal and many of its inhabitants do not have the maturity to seize the opportunity for peace - instead maintain evil, savage mindsets and customs which shelter under the umbrella of religion.
Joe
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#809 | Posted: 9 Nov 2015 14:11 | Edited by: Joe
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There was a "Christmas Truce" during WW1 and obviously the soldiers on both sides must have seen the ridiculousness of the situation they were in, but why just have a "truce"? If the soldiers can stop the war against each other for a short period - then they also had the power to stop it altogether! It is the leaders etc on both sides that want war; the leaders are the true enemies - they are the ones the soldiers should turn against, instead of killing each other and this should still apply today!
quark1
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#810 | Posted: 9 Nov 2015 15:50
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In ancient times - such as those of Alexander the Great and Attila - it was the leaders who rode at the spearhead of their armies - truly leading from the front.

I'm guessing that many modern warfare leaders would run like screaming girlies if they were required to lead their men to battle facing the same projectiles as their troops with the same chances of being taken out.

Perhaps if it were an obligation there might be far less warfare today?

Agree - if you can cease hostilities for a day - why not another and then a third - until peace becomes more attractive than killing.
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