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    Sara Teasdale: There Will Come Soft Rains

    No rain, no gain.
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    The Matrix: Sphere with a Flat Surface

    Flat earth is a metaphor. The spirit rises upwards, or to the north. It seeks ever upwards (to Know, Gnosis). Unless it is a lump of earth, which is also a metaphor. Or a rock, or a stone. These live in darkness, which is a metaphor for ignorance. So the more one seeks, the less flat the earth.
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    The Matrix: Sphere with a Flat Surface

    The word 'inscendence' is pretty rare. This page doesn't recognise it and is telling me it is a typo in fact. The gist of the meaning is that it is a 'climbing up in to' action. Inversely, it is also described this way; "I keep going back to this brilliant essay by Bill Plotkin that I read some...
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    The Grand Canyon is under 450 years old...?

    Not quite sure where this info. belongs, only that it's interesting in relation to the Americas. I follow a few thinkers on faceberg, and this just came in below. It was amazing to find these men bandied this sort of info. about so casually over 50years ago, referencing books that went back to...
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    Question | The Moon split in two. What are we seeing?

    The eye can clearly see at the beginning of the vid. that it's filmed *through* the power lines in the mid-ground. He (or she) then focuses on the moon, causing the dark line of the finer power cable to appear as if it's cutting the moon in half. Not much to see here imho, although there was a...
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    The Grand Canyon is under 450 years old...?

    Like you I'm endlessly fascinated by this subject and the Pompeii article is one of my all-time favourites. My dates at the moment tend towards early-mid 1600's to mid 1700's for the most recent significant interference, because of the 20-50yr gap needed for 'wits collection', dealing with the...
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    ‘Dragon Man’ skull: a new species of human

    The clickbait title suggests 'grasp the symbology'. This is without reading or watching the message. So much is taken literally that is not literal.
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    Boyars and the Clothes of Giants

    That word Boyar sucked me in here- a few years ago I found a Gregorian chant called Lo Boier, same pronounciation as Boyar in english. This was odd because the word translates basically to 'the ploughman' (hardly a nobleman) from Romanian to english, something I remembered when I first heard the...
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    Circular lakes: evidence of the War of Gods?

    There was an interesting article in RT the other day. It gives a fairly good overview for a natural answer to at least one form of circular lakes. Mysterious giant craters in Siberia: Sinkholes or underground explosions? RT’s special report explores the phenomenon Also, in Thunderbolts of the...