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« Reply #50 on: February 09, 2013, 05:23:56 »

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« Reply #51 on: February 09, 2013, 07:31:39 »

Yeah, I think that is natural.

No source of media is really unbiased and paints the full picture. You have to read or listen to anything with the understanding of what its angle is, and you have to experience a wide range of media and sources to get a broader picture.

Coast To Coast is of course no different; it provides a wealth of information about alternative subjects, but someone is paying the bills too! If you understand that, and listen accordingly, you will be fine!
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« Reply #51 on: February 09, 2013, 07:31:39 »

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« Reply #52 on: February 09, 2013, 16:56:52 »

Maybe I was thinking about Art Bell then. When it comes to the show's topics, I generally view that as addressing fear. Since many show's will have guests that contradict another, sometimes in the same week, I suppose that means they are open to other ideas.

The exploitation of fear comes into play when they don't question their guests accounts and let it go on as absolute fact. I think George is pretty fair in that aspect since it would be hard to get other guests if he was a total terd. undecided
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« Reply #53 on: February 12, 2013, 01:05:37 »

There are some really good shows from Coast to Coast . I've Listened to it quite often, from Spain (youtube recordings) .

He seems to be a nice man to me, and that's all that matters. Good intention.
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« Reply #54 on: February 28, 2013, 00:42:56 »

Last night, they were speaking about Planet X a-k-a Nibiru and the "upcoming" poleshift. The guy behind the interview even stated that 90% of us would die and those who would remain would probably be slaves to the Annunaki. I cannot wrap my mind around such speculation because ever since I was a child, I've had the worst nightmares about dying in some Armageddon-like way, and it frightens me.  undecided They were speaking about it and saying that Obama will announce it soon.

Does anyone even know if this is merely a fear tactic or what? It seems more and more people are talking about it.
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« Reply #55 on: February 28, 2013, 09:30:22 »

Sounds like he needs a good nights sleep.
All these doomsday fanatics have nothing REAL to share. If they did from the first one, we wouldn't be here.
Entertainment, somewhat delusional, but entertainment.
If something real was on its way I'm sure we would know of it.

Watch the sky later in the year. Muwhaa haa haa haa.
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« Reply #56 on: February 28, 2013, 11:24:04 »

What worries me is that, not to be a conspiracy theorist, but the doomsday antics have really risen, lately. I think it's because people are allowed to fear monger in ways that allow them to be interviewed as if they are speaking in FACTUAL terms. For example, on the Planet X discussion from the other night (which is roughly the second or third time it's already been mentioned on Coast To Coast radio), the guy was saying things like "Obama IS going to announce it soon" and "90% of the population WILL die" and "The Annunaki were Gods who harbored us for their own purposes until they were driven away and moved to Mars". Oh, and one of my favorites, he said: " They have known about it for several years and no one is allowed to speak of it."

 I mean, he was making some really bizarre statements. I really don't want to believe any of that stuff, especially if it's some mythology based on Sumerian texts that someone "translated" or took and turned into a fear tactic.

Truth be told, I'd much prefer if Coast to Coast returned to the more positive topics. The internet is bad enough as it is. If I have to see one more post about Nibiru, or doomsday, and government conspiracies, or prophecies (one that's trending now is the Fatima prophecies) I WILL lose my cool.  undecided My brain is very subjective to what I hear/see in my daily life, so all of these things will start translating into dream scenarios, for me. Just the other day, my friend, who is a Christian, described an encounter with a negative entity that she said grabbed her and started speaking to her in tongues. Terrified, I tried to push the scenario of myself in that situation far from my mind, but a few days later, I ended up dreaming that a demon was groping me, pulling me and making me levitate and defy gravity, and was pretty much speaking in tongues. So... I really want to just block out fear but it gets rather hard when it's so widely accepted as a form of entertainment. I can personally testify that fear mongering has its psychological and negative effects on the human psyche.
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« Reply #58 on: February 28, 2013, 21:26:17 »

Actually 100% of the population will die someday. What I mean is we will all perish someday, not at the same time though. It's just part of the cycle of life!

 Just live your life the best you can for now, that's all you can really ask of yourself!  smiley

 Remember, there's nothing to fear, but fear itself!  wink

Yes yes. =D

Just thought I would throw in a little slice here... I don't think the planet is going anywhere... WE ARE! As George Carlin put it. Pack your stuff folks... We're goin away...  grin

No but seriously, I think one day our vehicles will maybe die 100%. Like you said though Lion, it won't be at once. Besides YOU never truly die! Just our vehicles. (bodies) Seeing that we aren't really even IN our bodies. I confirmed to myself that we are most definitely multi demensional when I was in two locations at once. I only had this happen once but oh man... Try telling that to someone who doesn't get into this stuff or talks about this. They will refer you to a doctor. xD

It was amazing, and won't forget it.  grin
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« Reply #59 on: February 28, 2013, 23:51:38 »

Oh, I've been in the astral, have had multiple OBEs, have had psychic phenomenon come to me via dreams and I've encountered multi dimensional entities (ghosts) at a local hot spot for hauntings, etc. Am I positive that we will continue to live on after death? Yes. But do I have fears of going out in some deep impact/Armageddon-style sort of way? Also yes...  tongue I guess I'd just much prefer to think about being an old lady, peacefully meeting her destiny in bed rather than having some other planet slam into us. Mind you, the fact that I am more in tune spiritually does keep me sane and calm when fear mongering goes on in the world. Some, people, though, are more weak minded and let the demon known as fear latch on to their sanity and completely cloud everything. I, myself, at a certain point, let what I heard on the news/media sites majorly get to my head. I started to feel crazy and like I was losing it so I had to learn to shut it away. Fear as being a form of entertainment really irks me because there are people out there who will listen to what's being said, will take it literally, and will go either commit suicide or do something drastic over it. Of course, this has actually been going on for hundreds of years now, so there's nothing I can do about it.  I just care a whole lot about humanity and I hate the fact that fear is being spread all willy nilly without proper consideration of what it will do to the psychology of the mass consciousness as a whole. I'm a firm believer that if humanity sinks into negativity, it will manifest and crystalize over a period of time. I much prefer Coast to Coast's lovely topics pertaining to OBEs, ghosts, and NDEs. One lady spent a whole hour describing the beauty of her NDE/OBE when she got in a rafting accident or something of that sort and found herself in an OBE. Things like that are just much more uplifting than listening to some guy talk about how we're all going to die from a mass collision with some theorized planet that is based on ancient texts, and how we're all going to have tidal waves the size of skyscrapers.  rolleyes
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« Reply #60 on: March 01, 2013, 00:53:14 »

You could say nuts are for eating, not for listening too.lol
As the law of averages pans out, one day one of these fear mongers will be correct.  Nah...
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« Reply #62 on: March 07, 2013, 00:40:11 »

Very true.  smiley
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« Reply #63 on: March 07, 2013, 02:25:42 »

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resolving the differences between Darwinism and Biblical creation.


Lol... why do the differences between Darwinism and Biblical Creationism need to be resolved?

Darwinism is a theory being entertained because of scientific evidence; Biblical Creationism is an idea passed on to us by a Roman-era desert people. People don't try to reconcile science with African Animism, or Dionysian Mystery cults, or Shinto traditions... what is special about biblical accounts that we have to make our science fit with them?

But I am just raving again, lol. Thanks for posting these, I like to listen to Coast to Coast every now and then when a good program comes up.
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« Reply #65 on: March 07, 2013, 12:47:40 »

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He said, if they wish to believe that , to prove it. Get a number of people together, send them out to a quarry area and begin to make these structures using the basic tools that we have found so far. He said thye can start by duplicating the "H" blocks found at Puma Punku.

Yes, well said.

By all accounts, Puma Punku shouldn't be there, there are too many anomolies, from the density of the stone, to the incredibly narrow, laser-straight holes, to the perfect, so-close-you-can't-slide-in-paper fit of the blocks.

Ancient man accomplished splendid things, and it is a real puzzle how.
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« Reply #66 on: March 07, 2013, 14:01:21 »

These stones are said to be cut with such precision that we can only currently do it with laser tech. Some of the best minds in the world scratch their heads and don't know what to say. Others just have to say something even if it sounds absurd and stretch some idea and speak of massive slave labor and effort.

What gets me is that the naysayers always ask for proof that something strange happened forgetting that the existence of Puma Punku is the proof. They just dismiss the obvious outright because it doesn't fit well with their comfortable beliefs.

It really is aggravating. I have to wonder how much more we would know if the early missionaries hadn't destroyed almost all of the Mayan transcripts. Consider that many people just recently worried themselves sick over 2012 just because all we had to go by was a Mayan fictional story...Their version of a Steven King novel.

I know we have a little bit more to go by but there are no disclaimers at Disneyland reminding us that the park is all based on fantasy. All it takes is the removal of information from one generation and all that is left is to form a belief as to why something exists when the knowledge was well known just a decade earlier.

Why destroy all this knowledge when libraries in the old world were treasured even during their own time? The only option is believe in a conspiracy. I understand that it is believed that the early missionaries wanted to convert these people to Christianity, but why? Why?

It makes me mad. I need a time out.
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« Reply #68 on: March 10, 2013, 06:34:34 »

All I have to say about Puma Punku, is...

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« Reply #69 on: March 10, 2013, 13:23:10 »

Excellent Analogy IAB!  smiley

 Wow, it's already up on Youtube. Here's the link if you wish to listen to it.

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2F599aF5Njo
 

Thanks for the link. I will have to give it a listen.
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She seems to share the same concepts/views that Tom Campbell does, although she has found her information from past life regressions on other people.

This seems to be the most reasonable concept to me, not to mention that my own experiences back this up personally.

I don't know why people feel comforted by the thought of good and evil, yin and yang, karma and all that other stuff.

I find no peace or comfort in hoping that a baby killer will burn in flames or that a life sentence is justice of anything. These are new feelings to me but they are concrete. I have been touched personally by some horrible stuff and I no longer view the actions the same.

If we take the high ground and demand justice for everything, we are just demanding punishment for ourselves. We have certainly all trespassed upon another who wants our wrongs corrected. Damn, I feel a rant coming. grin
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« Reply #73 on: April 13, 2013, 03:55:43 »

I agree. For a while now, I have come to believe that there probably is no such thing as justice, but if it does exist, it is probably far beyond anything humanity can bring about. It does not seem desirable either... why would you want to address suffering with yet more suffering? Why not help all the parties, wronged and wronger, to be the best they could be?

If some people are too dangerous to be left to their own devices it is one thing, but it is yet another to inflict unecessary harm on them in retribution... who is served by that really?
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