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 21 
 on: July 01, 2015, 22:57:38 
Started by Cool101 - Last post by Bluefirephoenix
I think we have choices I don't really believe in a hard fast destiny. We do decide what we want out of the experience when we come here but that's flexible and can change over the course of your existance. The goals we have are made while in spiritual and are related to spiritual values such as love and trust in a challenging setting.

I've seen people change their mind in spirit. My guide was one of them. The situation changed and a decision had to be made. It's as dynamic in spirit as it is in physical.

 22 
 on: July 01, 2015, 21:58:07 
Started by Hfeline - Last post by Hfeline
As my aim is to perform Astral Projection, this could probably be placed in Astral Projection, and that's really half of this topic.  I had a nightmare before I woke up this morning.  Speaking from the point of view of someone who has phased, when one has a nightmare, what is the reaction astrally speaking? 

I know its a little confusing, and I'll try to think on a better way of asking, but for just interpret it as you see fit.  I just didn't want to forget my question by not writing, or mix up the meaning later before I don't understand my wording.

 23 
 on: July 01, 2015, 21:39:50 
Started by Cool101 - Last post by Clairity
Destiny is simply the avenues of choice seemingly available to you at a certain point due to biological, spiritual and circumstantial conditions. Differently put, it's about restrictions in information.

This is what my guides say, that we don't actually have infinite choices here, that we can't actually do 'whatever we want', because our choices are limited by biology, spiritual heritage or baggage, and the avenues available due to previous choices. In a given situation, certain destinies are available, based on the circumstances. If we make a change - job, moving, etc - the destiny choices also change, and some of the previous destinies are unavailable.

 24 
 on: July 01, 2015, 20:40:21 
Started by Subtle Traveler - Last post by Sol
Greetings to you, fellow Californian!
I need to figure out what to say for my own introduction. I'm not very good at these things.

 25 
 on: July 01, 2015, 20:39:01 
Started by Tongo - Last post by PlasmaAstralProjection
If you don't mind me asking Xanth what kind of job/career did you decide to take up that you didn't like?

 26 
 on: July 01, 2015, 20:38:04 
Started by Tongo - Last post by PlasmaAstralProjection
Xanth I can see someone that has a low stress job just standing around all day or working on a machine. But as a Occupational Therapist I can interact with clients, meaning be social, and get creative on what the client needs. So IMO there is a big difference between a low stress job where you are standing around all day pulling levelers or whatever versus a low stress job where your helping people get better, being social, and coming up with creative ideas to help your clients.

 27 
 on: July 01, 2015, 20:34:33 
Started by Tongo - Last post by PlasmaAstralProjection
It sounds like you made the choice based upon the path of least resistance... honestly, I did the same thing back in college... and I'll tell you this: I completely and 100% regret it.
Which of those paths do you figure would have given you the greatest satisfaction in the long term?
I think Occupational Therapy will give me the job satisfaction in the long term. I don't think I might have a very hard time being a nurse, I mean they are constantly running around and are extremely busy many times. Nurses are under staffed and probably under paid. I just don't want to be treated like that especially given my health problems I've dealt with in the past. I am luckily enough to even make it out of college at this point in my life.

 28 
 on: July 01, 2015, 19:44:44 
Started by Robert Baird - Last post by Robert Baird
  I propose and have continuously done this for decades, that energy and consciousness are both connected and inter-related. This includes what leads to an explanation of ghosts and all the religious claptrap about demons and boogeymen of many sorts. It is hard for me to remember the first time I challenged people talking about g-ds or summoning dragons or demons to do their best - I would stand in their circle or sepulchre. I have explained why for a few decades, these things happen and how they work, scientifically. The Aether of Newton is not some static and never-changing or unconscious force and neither is your soul. The entropic theories of science all get a little right about how energy transforms but they have yet to grasp it's fullness. I cannot say I do either, but as I continue opening doors of discovery I find more wholistic inter-connections in every science and discipline.


 The Hexham Heads are on the cover of Dr. Robins book The Secret Language of Stone. He goes into great detail in this book about piezo-electric affects in stone megalithic computer-type macrochips (see thread on Earth Computer).

 This excerpt says a chemist looked into them, it mentions quartz which was a source of piezo-electric light and strange effects for millions of years which humans observed. Quartz was mined on Manitoulin Island over 100,000 years ago and I believe this pure quartz was taken to Ireland to cover New Grange. That is Solid State chemist and inventor as well as many other excellent credentials including the Dragon Project - Dr. Don Robins.

 "Bizarre phenomena included poltergeist activity and the proclivity for the heads to move around by themselves. The heads themselves were about six centimetres in size: one was called “the boy” due its masculine, skull like appearance and the other, “the girl” {Robins called it 'the hag' which hearkens to the old crone of wisdom cultures like Wicca.} because it had long hair and female features carved into it. The final straw came when one of the family’s children and a neighbour witnessed a terrifying creature, “half-sheep, half-human” and the front door opening by itself.

 Dr Anne Ross, an expert on stone heads, came into possession of the Hexham Heads after they were sent away for analysis. In recounting the strange circumstances, Dr Ross remembered a strange coldness emanating from the heads and taking an instant dislike to them. She initially concluded they were Celtic.

 That night, Dr Ross woke around 2 or 3 AM, noticing the intense chill of the bedroom and the feeling that ‘something’ was there. She was alarmed to see a six feet tall half-man, half-wolf figure lurking by the door. The being left the room, followed by Dr Ross, descended the stairs and leapt over the banister, before heading to the back of the house. Investigations found nothing there.

 Four days later, Dr Ross’ 15 year old daughter was terrified by the sight of the werewolf hiding on the stairs when she came home from school. The wolf again jumped over the banister and disappeared into the music room. Dr Ross’ daughter followed, but couldn’t see the wolf in the room. After this, the entire family, including the cat, saw or heard the werewolf, always slinking down the stairs and jumping over the banister. Once, Dr Ross’ husband, who was ill in bed, had his dinner taken up to him by his daughters, which was slightly hindered by the werewolf standing on the stairs.

 The family associated the strangeness with the Hexham Heads and were desperate to get rid of them. Dr Ross worked on them as a matter of priority, halting her other work. Eventually the heads were passed on to other experts. One refused to take them on the spot, having had previous bad luck when he had stone heads stored in his car boot. The Hexham Heads were then investigated by a chemist, who discovered that they had a high level of quartz."

http://www.spookyisles.com/2013/07/t...-the-werewolf/

 In this book you will hear how ley lines turned former skeptic and archaeologist Dr. Don Robins around.

https://books.google.ca/books?id=dKB...ins%22&f=false

 In this book you will see the quartz as a basic computer according to Dr. Robins. He did not include just quartz in that analogy but it is fair to say he did. Wikipedia asserts the same, but it is far more complex and as this says you get images projecting from the past which look like Werewolves as reported by everyone in Dr. Ross's family and others we will see mention about. If the History Channel ever starts exploring real interesting things other than their alien crud they could do the Hexham Heads and Lycanthropes, Sasquatches, etc. with my input. These projections are what Gnostics see as worms, and all so many other things including Christian Dragons, devils, serpents, Annunaki and more.

https://books.google.ca/books?id=Csa...ins%22&f=false

 In this book you have reference to a Druid Prince which was a mummy worked on by Robins and Ross who wrote a good book on it. You will also see the Romans doing human sacrificing and making women copulate with animals in their Forums to entertain their exalted citizenry. No wonder they took so heartily to Christendom (once they changed it from a far better form.) and crucifixions.

https://books.google.ca/books?id=kDu...ins%22&f=false

 In this Dowsers forum you find Robins miss-spelled and reference to me.

http://forum.britishdowsers.org/view...7&t=49&start=0

 Here you see a lot of shamanic connections to Merlin, Dr. Don and Paul Devereaux who we have seen good mention about before.

https://books.google.ca/books?id=CVt...ins%22&f=false

 And as you search further you will see new books forthcoming on the Hexham Heads, and more about the disappearing Dr. Robins. I have good reason to believe he went into Black Ops in LA near where my sister-in-law's brother lived and I often visited when I lived there.

http://monsterusa.blogspot.ca/2011/1...ds-appeal.html

 29 
 on: July 01, 2015, 19:43:35 
Started by Xanth - Last post by Xanth
My first Canada day as a citizen.
\o/ welcome aboard!  Smiley

I'd celebrate more... but I'm actually working today.  I'm taking my Canada Day tomorrow, and then a vacation day Friday.  Extra long weekend for me!   BBQ this weekend!  Cheesy 
Looking forward to that.  Smiley

 30 
 on: July 01, 2015, 19:41:46 
Started by Tongo - Last post by Xanth
I was going to go to college to become a nurse but after seeing that this career has a lot of stress I decided to instead go with Occupational Therapy. And I can start making good money right out of getting an associates. So that is what I am doing.
It sounds like you made the choice based upon the path of least resistance... honestly, I did the same thing back in college... and I'll tell you this: I completely and 100% regret it.
Which of those paths do you figure would have given you the greatest satisfaction in the long term?

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