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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: December 16th, 2011, 1:56 pm 
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Bart, Wolfbabe,

My understanding of crop circles is that they are markers for those who see
to be at a particular place at a particular time to witness an upcoming event.

UFO's are our future selves and
we never go anywhere. Even in our daily lives everything comes to us.

True knowledge and remembrance is in the Heart (ala DNA)
Therefore the "nevermind"

Just my 2 cents worth.

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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
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sillywizard wrote:
Bart, Wolfbabe,

My understanding of crop circles is that they are markers for those who see
to be at a particular place at a particular time to witness an upcoming event.

UFO's are our future selves and
we never go anywhere. Even in our daily lives everything comes to us.

True knowledge and remembrance is in the Heart (ala DNA)
Therefore the "nevermind"

Just my 2 cents worth.


Thank you, Silly.

You said,

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"UFO's are our future selves..."


I think you're onto something there. This is how iON
referred to some reported "ufos". He said they were
both beings and craft...hmmm

Maybe this was the personal craft iON said we would
each have at some point.

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PostPosted: December 16th, 2011, 5:35 pm 
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Our personal craft is our "Merkabah"

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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
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I wear a gold merkabah around my neck to remind me.

It may be so: One definition: "Mer" means Light. "Ka" means Spirit. "Ba" means Body. Mer-Ka-Ba means the spirit/body surrounded by counter-rotating fields of light, (wheels within wheels), spirals of energy as in DNA, which transports spirit/body from one dimension to another.


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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: December 17th, 2011, 12:01 am 
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Bart wrote:

Of course, I know Chad has gone into this with iON at length, and his input would really
add to this conversation.



Bart, et al.,

Here is my best input thus far on the topic of parallel world travel.

The symbol legend apparatus is old-school and those archives are not a compendium on the subject of parallel world travel. I don't advise anyone to apply those constructs without a significant update/cleanup straight from the source's mouth (ie. a private session with iON).

Besides, the public archives are only the tip of the iceberg. What's below the surface is voluminous.

Chad


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chad wrote:
Bart wrote:

Of course, I know Chad has gone into this with iON at length, and his input would really
add to this conversation.



Bart, et al.,

Here is my best input thus far on the topic of parallel world travel.

The symbol legend apparatus is old-school and those archives are not a compendium on the subject of parallel world travel. I don't advise anyone to apply those constructs without a significant update/cleanup straight from the source's mouth (ie. a private session with iON).

Besides, the public archives are only the tip of the iceberg. What's below the surface is voluminous.

Chad


Thanks, Chad. Agreed.

Definitely not a compendium, but perhaps a starting place (outside of direct
interaction with iON).

The public archives, and the board here, are our only easily accessed reference
points for items under discussion.

Despite the fact that all of the archives and hundreds of posts are more
massage than guidance or instruction, they're still a better starting place
than an "alternative / spiritual" website (I don't wish to get into a discussion
of there being no difference between a printed word here or elsewhere as
regards their equal uselessness, but in general, folks get the idea).

As with everything this group has produced (spoken or written), Bob and
Carolyn's disclaimer is always appropriate (paraphrasing), "This show is for
entertainment purposes only..."

I consider my posts (for those who enjoy them) as a massage, and nothing
else. For Bob, torture perhaps...

We do it for fun. Otherwise, without a doubt, the best starting place for any
query is iON.

The labyrinth enjoys a rubdown every once in a while, and that's why we're
here.

We throw the brain a cookie now and then, while we work to undermine its
sovereignty. hehe

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We have the "God-field / all-knowing iON" (See also "you") interacting with
us here on the boards, and he's just posting Youtube videos.

If that isn't illustrative, I don't know what is.


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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
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yes Chad its a work in progress for sure - stay tuned and standby more to follow- will iON still interact with us in sessions ? or has Bob temporally interrupted (put on hold) the dynamic of iON with his incessant lemon squeezing ? Kool-Aid anyone ?


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Legend wrote:
yes Chad its a work in progress for sure - stay tuned and standby more to follow- will iON still interact with us in sessions ? or has Bob temporally interrupted (put on hold) the dynamic of iON with his incessant lemon squeezing ? Kool-Aid anyone ?


The girls asked Bob about this in the 12/14 Tailgate. Bob said
interaction with iON should resume in a week or so...

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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
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Bart wrote:
Legend wrote:
yes Chad its a work in progress for sure - stay tuned and standby more to follow- will iON still interact with us in sessions ? or has Bob temporally interrupted (put on hold) the dynamic of iON with his incessant lemon squeezing ? Kool-Aid anyone ?


The girls asked Bob about this in the 12/14 Tailgate. Bob said
interaction with iON should resume in a week or so...

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Meanwhile, there's lots of lemon juice to be squeezed from the T.V. shows mentioned here:

http://resonantnode.com/ion/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=356&p=3806&hilit=eureka+fringe&sid=f280f66bc89998af4096469bf4b39eea&sid=f280f66bc89998af4096469bf4b39eea#p3806

I've been enjoying going through the Eureka series over the past couple of weeks.

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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
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chad wrote:
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Meanwhile, there's lots of lemon juice to be squeezed from the T.V. shows mentioned here:

http://resonantnode.com/ion/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=356&p=3806&hilit=eureka+fringe&sid=f280f66bc89998af4096469bf4b39eea&sid=f280f66bc89998af4096469bf4b39eea#p3806

I've been enjoying going through the Eureka series over the past couple of weeks.

Chad


iON has also recommended Torchwood (a spinoff of Dr. Who).

Honestly, I have trouble getting into some of these, because they're
just bad shows. haah

I tried to watch Warehouse 13, Fringe and Lost, but just couldn't sit
through one episode.

Eureka seems to be a little better, so I might try that. I'm just not
watching any TV these days...

I watched the pilot for a now cancelled series called Daybreak
(http://goo.gl/1Vy27), and another show called Journeyman
(http://goo.gl/wy5pA).

These two shows were a cut above and, in particular, I was riveted
to Daybreak. Really good writing, etc.

Daybreak has been described as a mix between 24 and Groundhog Day.
It's about a cop that keeps reliving the same day over and over again.

Journeyman is about a man, who keeps inadvertently slipping in and
out of his present time and into (at least in the episode(s) I watched)
the past.

Both of these shows are treading familiar territory, but do so well
enough that they're really engaging.

This is why I don't understand how shows like Fringe, Lost, and
Warehouse 13, which are unique and have so much potential, are just
bad shows. haha

Here are links to watch Journeyman and Daybreak:

Journeyman - http://goo.gl/zQSo4

Daybreak - http://goo.gl/Om1lc


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