crop circle

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Re: crop circle

Unread postby Grey Cloud » Fri Jul 10, 2009 4:19 am

Hi Mague,
You wrote:
Nah, he cant. Those are european crop circles and in europe the gnomes are the only ones with a sense for geometry and technology.
Not even Elfiss Presley?
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby mague » Fri Jul 10, 2009 6:11 am

Grey Cloud wrote:Hi Mague,
You wrote:
Nah, he cant. Those are european crop circles and in europe the gnomes are the only ones with a sense for geometry and technology.
Not even Elfiss Presley?


Nope, not even the king. But are you ok ?

Look, its not like i want to see this. When my mother gave birth to me i though i play the mainpart in "Planet of the Apes". Now it turns out to be a B movie with the title "Planet of the drunken Apes". And the best that could happen was that it turns out to be a porn movie.

To do something productive and to distract me a bit i went down into my cellar and opened the big fridge a bit. Just a bit. Its a big one at some -18 degree celsius. Then i took of my jacket to use my forearm as sensor. You know, like mamma uses it to know if babies food is to hot. We got a lot receptors there.

Alright, there was cold radiating out of the small gap. It felt like tiny cold needles. I was able to sense cold radiation. But then they tell me cold has no physical quantity and no radiation. Heck. i am hallucinating again. What my forearm senses is the lack of heat radiation. Kowabunga !!

Then i took a piece of an empty washing powder box and held it between the gab of the fridge and my forearm. The hallucination of cold radiation was gone. Awesome ! The piece of thick paper was shielding my forearm from the absence of heat radiation or maybe it even radiated heat. Or it shielded me from hallucinating ?

Then i had another vision of a tennis star shouting at the linesman.

You cant be serious !!
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby kevin » Fri Jul 10, 2009 6:44 am

As We are in the new insights and mad ideas section.
Imagine it is possible to/and is been done, to travel between parallel universes.
Now you would really have to have a beacon buzzing very clearly to navigate between them, even if there is hardly any gap between them.
A beam pattern transmitting along a common geometry pathway, that was recognisable in seperate universes would possibly have to be seriously strong, to thus ensure that transmitter and reciever never ventured off the beacon track?
i wonder why balls of light are often reported near these crop patterns?
you don't suspect that balls of plasma could enclose anything within it to travel between universes , do You?
That would mean that this universe, and parallel ones would need to be electrical in nature, no that would be too bizzare, light travels in straight lines at fixed speed, i know cause someone TOLD Me.

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Re: crop circle

Unread postby soulsurvivor » Fri Jul 10, 2009 5:58 pm

Robert van den Broeke - The Netherlands
http://www.bltresearch.com/eyewitness/eyewitness7.php
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby kevin » Fri Jul 17, 2009 9:42 am

3,6,9
I spend a lot of time in crop circles, I find this geometry in them.
i find that geometry by dowsing, everything spirals.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K93dL65Q724
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby soulsurvivor » Sat Jul 18, 2009 7:11 am

Kevin, thank you for the link to Marko Rodin's vortex-based mathematics. I'm about halfway through the sessions and I'm astounded at how revelant and encompassing this is to all questions I've had. At 59 I never expected such a promise for revelation.
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby lizzie » Sat Jul 18, 2009 7:45 am

Yes, thanks, Kevin. I'm about half way through it as well. Considering the nature of the subject matter, he explains everything so well. Too bad we didn't all have a person like him as our teacher when we were learning math and geometry. We might have all turned out to be math wizards.

Could you imagine what it would have been like when you were little if you had had a math teacher who had told you that math, music and geometry all constituted the language of God; and if you learned math, music and geometry, you could converse directly with God? I bet we would have all paid attention. Instead it was, "OK, boys and girls today we are going to learn about the multiplication tables and then we will do exercises to help you memorize them." And you yawned and looked out the schoolroom window at the birds in the trees and wished that you were out there with them because they were FREE and looked as if they were having FUN while you were stuck inside doing pointless "memory exercises." :(
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby kevin » Sat Jul 18, 2009 1:08 pm

lizzie wrote:Yes, thanks, Kevin. I'm about half way through it as well. Considering the nature of the subject matter, he explains everything so well. Too bad we didn't all have a person like him as our teacher when we were learning math and geometry. We might have all turned out to be math wizards.

Could you imagine what it would have been like when you were little if you had had a math teacher who had told you that math, music and geometry all constituted the language of God; and if you learned math, music and geometry, you could converse directly with God? I bet we would have all paid attention. Instead it was, "OK, boys and girls today we are going to learn about the multiplication tables and then we will do exercises to help you memorize them." And you yawned and looked out the schoolroom window at the birds in the trees and wished that you were out there with them because they were FREE and looked as if they were having FUN while you were stuck inside doing pointless "memory exercises." :(


Lizzie,
I did walk out of so called school, and went fishing, fire drills kept catching me out, but I thought up ever better ways of not been there without them realising it.
Hence no so called qualifications.
He is very clever and has kept it simple, and allows those watching to work it for themselves rather than just telling them to repeat.
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby Mallas » Sun Jul 19, 2009 3:11 am

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Re: crop circle

Unread postby Grey Cloud » Sun Jul 19, 2009 4:19 am

Mallas wrote:http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/8118257.stm

The puzzle has been solved!

Another in-depth report from the Banalities and Bullshit Corporation.
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby kevin » Sun Jul 19, 2009 5:08 am

Mallas wrote:http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/8118257.stm

The puzzle has been solved!


You don't watch the British Brainwashing Company, do You???????????????
Badgers is all I can say to You, they cause more downed crops than anything else I find.
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby soulsurvivor » Sun Jul 19, 2009 9:01 am

Using Rodin's mathematical model, I see that the controllers exist on the negative 6 extreme, the sharp point of the sextant used by the Masons.
Some years ago, the "L" that I saw in the low western sky was the same fuschia pink that Marko used to denote the number family of +1, -4, and +7.
This "L" was backlighted by the same "holy" blue that Marko used to denote the number family of -2, +5, and +7.
Marko said that this type of backlighting was called ? crimintopgraphy? a type of bio electric field that doesn't know it's been cut off.
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby soulsurvivor » Sun Jul 19, 2009 9:07 am

I don't have any thought as to how positive or negative the crop circle origins are/are not. Just on a lark, I'm asking the "crop makers" to make a big smiley on the hill next to me. Since I'm on an exact geographic center, maybe they'll appear. :)
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby GaryN » Sun Jul 26, 2009 12:40 pm

Hi kevin,
Just had to ask you if you are 'feeling' anything strange or unusual at the moment? Maybe I am imagining things, and I can't put a name to it, but there seems to be something 'in the air'.

These recent images are piquing my interest right now. The first one is unusual in its pattern, but it seems like it must have been made in a very short time, an hour or two at most. I just find it hard to believe that could be done(by humans)in such a short time, and maybe that is the point of the creation, to demonstrate that it couldn't be human produced?

The second one is more conventional, but the twelve around one theme, which seems to have been so important throughout history in religion, mythology, astrology, as well as being the probable geometry associated with the Sun, it all really does seem spooky.

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http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/2009 ... d2009.html


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http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/2009 ... e2009.html
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Re: crop circle

Unread postby kevin » Sun Jul 26, 2009 1:39 pm

Garyn,
Things are going strange for sure, the site You posted has just today closed down it's forum, stating that some posters have used it to make offensive posts about others.
The first formation in your link is in a field called the east field, I have been there to check it out in My odd way, it is one of the few places that I have ever found the geometry of where a cathedral is normally sited, but nothing there.
I would recommend concentrating upon the BASKET weave feature of this, and think of the sacred basket of Oannes found at Khorsabad, and the same weaved on the omphalos stone in greece.
The second one is about 13, and fibonacci imo, with the twelve periods of the zodiac around galatic centre, the great attractor.
Time is fleeting.
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