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Is the Sun working overtime for freedom?


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#16    Reader519

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 05:54 AM

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Solar flares disrupt the mechanisms of surveillance of the “government”, interfere with radio communications networks; wreak havoc upon the secret technologies of the hidden space program and its anti-gravity technologies; interfere with covert activities taking place on the Moon, and Mars and destroy the grid.


This is true, but you are misinformed about a few details my friend, the sun is indeed trying to stop these programs, but the true enemies are the lizard men. The lizard men are going to implant mind control devices into our brains and are going to use the social security money to fund these programs. Be vigilant!!!

The sun will protect you, have faith in the sun for it will protect you, and it gives you gnarly moles.


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Posted 13 July 2006 - 10:11 AM

Are we going to start worshiping the sun again?

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 02:01 PM

Well apparently we must the sun is becoming angry, and demands a blood sacrifice.

...Either that or it ate that green and brown stuff in the back of the refrigerator.


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Posted 13 July 2006 - 02:37 PM

interesting thread.

so forget the semantics and see it as a new input.

fresh thoughts are good for growth , even if we find them outside our liking /worldview

thanks Max


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Posted 13 July 2006 - 03:03 PM

the sun is a racist son of a goath

So you have come this far and still you understand nothing. Every light must fade, every heart return to darkness! Behold the endless abyss! Within it lies the heart of all worlds

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 11:48 PM

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interesting thread.

so forget the semantics and see it as a new input.

fresh thoughts are good for growth , even if we find them outside our liking /worldview

thanks Max


Hi Corecries,

Thanks for your excellent and accurate comments.

Closing the mind and the heart to what seems to be new, different, original, innovative   ground-breaking, and unusual won't promote anyone’s  emotional and/or mental progress.

It is important to get an education by the study and the reading of thousands of books, to have the courage to be an independent thinker, and to have a constructive understanding of our status as perfect expressions of All that Is.

Also it  is essential  not  to blindly accept and believe as final what we have been spoon fed by so-called science, television, and  by the so called authorities.

Isn't it high time to wake up, and to claim our right to be free?


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Posted 14 July 2006 - 12:03 AM

all im hearing from you max is "blah blah open your mind to pure stupidity blah blah"

where exactly is the bad science about the sun?

you say theres bad science about the sun, but i cant seem to find any.

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It is important to get an education by the study and the reading of thousands of books, to have the courage to be an independent thinker, and to have a constructive understanding of our status as perfect expressions of All that Is.

yes. when you KNOW WHAT YOUR THINKING ABOUT. you have no education in the field of solar events and such, yet you think the sun is alive and you really think your right.

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Also it is essential not to blindly accept and believe

same goes for this. i wouldnt even call this a theory, more of a crackpot idea.

SO, where is your cold hard evidence that the sun is a big freedom fighter?


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Posted 14 July 2006 - 12:03 AM

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 12:04 AM

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Solar flares disrupt the mechanisms of surveillance of the “government”, interfere with radio communications networks; wreak havoc upon the secret technologies of the hidden space program and its anti-gravity technologies; interfere with covert activities taking place on the Moon, and Mars and destroy the grid.


it interferes with EVERYTHING.not just your crazy conspiracy technology.

like other have said, the sun goes through phases, it isnt fighing for freedom

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Posted 23 July 2006 - 01:10 AM

To max-x

I love the idea of a concious sun and all... Or maybe controlled by "god" whatever. The idea is funny and warming in a way, but to believe your own weed induced thoughts in such a naive way ain't too clever son. grin2.gif

It's plain logic, that possibility opens up for theory and it can go on forever. It's nice you want to show us that your brain can comprehend the theory of a in someway concious sun, but it simply dosn't make it fact.

You remind me of myself a while back i tell ya. You feel like you discovered a very high truth and noone can understand or follow you, but i think most people do, they've just been there long ago and you come out like a bit of a noob with your foolish jumping to conclusions.

No offense at all i know how it is, sorry if you this offends you. I hope it helps you original.gif

Edited by Ykaedhi Aewee, 23 July 2006 - 01:11 AM.



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Posted 27 April 2008 - 05:14 AM

Max X, you're right on, perhaps even more than you realize.
Some time has passed since this topic was alive, so send me
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Meanwhile, a few thoughts of possible interest:

          Imagine you are a star, named by your self-aware creations (at least in one language) 'the Sun,' and yet in truth you are a conscious being, their Creator/ Sustainer, Mother/Father, source of all their light and life, all love and consciousness -- and food -- on their planet. Yet these children of yours currently wear mental/spiritual blindfolds and insist, if and when they decide to worship a god, that it must be an 'invisible god' somewhere outside of what 'stares them in the face' every morning. That's too obvious for them, not complicated enough. Besides, they've been taught that the physical universe is inanimate -- you know, hot rocks, fire, gas, stuff like that.

         Because this invisible god cannot be seen anywhere, or talked to or even heard (in the majority of cases), these humans then try to 'have faith' that this god is really real. Also sometimes they tend to get a little paranoid, those that 'have faith,' because they are never sure when this invisible god might be watching what they're up to. They struggle with their doubts, and then prop their belief systems up with various theories and analyses -- and of course some wonderful myths and stories. These they then enjoy deconstructing and re-deconstructing, with stories about stories about more stories. All this keeps academic publishing companies in business, which is a good thing for those of us on a tenure track at a university. By the way, for a detailed and amusing look at the strange antics of what a certain Mr. Gurdieff calls these 'three-brained beings,' read his irritating but very amusing book "All And Everything -- Beelzebub's Tales To His Grandson."

         Meanwhile, while the presses print ream after ream of great thoughts such as those on this page, our conscious creator-star, Father/Mother Sun, keeps pouring light and love and consciousness down on all planets and life forms, believers, nonbelievers, awake or sleep-walking, good and bad alike. For the most part, we humans are much too busy thinking great thinks, and worrying about 'our bottom lines' or 'our checkbook balances' or our shiny new _______ (fill-in-the-blank) to notice the golden waterfalls of scintillating eudemony (I prefer this word to 'bliss' because the latter has been so devalued) -- or well-being, if you prefer, that pour down around us and grow our food and enlighten our days.

         I could rant on for many more pages about the remarkable methods to which we humans resort NOT to see the obvious. I actually could argue that a great deal of culture and the science as they exist were erected as filters so as NOT to live a quote 'brute' existence of direct experience of THAT golden presence. Yet beyond the sun's embrace nothing exists except at very sub-zero temperatures for quite a few light years until you snuggle up to another gorgeously radiant creator-star.

However, all sorts of teachers and pointers to the truth surround us. If you sneak a glance at the animals and plants, you will find they are very sun-oriented, phototropic if you prefer. Birds greet the sun at dawn and sunset with liquesent-like melodies, although the ornithologists amongst us might pooh-pooh my explanation of our local male mockingbird's rapturous warbles as merely his staking out his territory.

Today we live with serious warnings about the dire effects of sunlight on our physical well-being. Now that the effluent of modern civilization has melted our protective layer of ozone, the sun has assumed in our imaginations a strangely destructive persona as the harbinger of disease and death. Yet despite the increased activity at the skin specialists, we continue to gravitate to the beaches in the summer and to outdoor activities, slathered in the sunblocker creams that recently I read actually may be causing some of the problems. Sunglasses also are bad news for our health because they block out the trace ultraviolet that activates our body's repair systems. Our sun is not a steady-state star, and in its active mode shoots us full of tiny pinholes that we have evolved a way to control. Our bodies monitor the sun through the light that bathes our eyes and adjusts its repair activities accordingly.


We seem to be stuck, because the solar exposure that makes things worse for our bodies makes things better for our mood. My dearest father-in-law, who inclined towards a seasonally affective gloominess, used to migrate south every winter for a few weeks, returning with his bald pate as crisp as a well-basted turkey but with renewed enthusiasm and a smile on his face. 'Sunny' makes for a sunny disposition, but not the enlightened recognition that we actually bathe in the splendor of our creator consciousness daily. Instead of recognition, we have religion, which I personally view as using the promise of 'pie in the sky in the great bye-and-bye' as a way to assuage the "why poor me's" of the underfed, underpaid and socially disadvantaged. Although today we also have television, drugs, antidepressants, booze, sex, and food as a smorgasbord of opiates for the masses, religion continues to keep at least an ever-dwindling number of the 'less economically favored' amongst us from rising up and demanding their fair effing share of the goodies.

For my spiritual communion, I am very content with the light in the sky every morning, and the eudemony that I receive from our Creator. Every day is a day of worship for me, a literal Sunday even when it's cloudy because, as the song almost says, I always look for the golden lining, and a fun game of solar peek-a-boo. Our congregation is so huge it cannot be counted, if I include every blade of grass and tiny gnat. We all are light-to-love transformers, because I am convinced that the light drenching our retinas moves in some manner to our hearts, which function as light-to-love transformers. Light is vertical love and love is horizontal light. I like to believe that when we pour our love out to others, mirroring what the light does for us, it thrills our parent star. Our Sun thrives on the knowledge that all living things beam love, consciously or unconsciously, in small or large amounts, even those of us who live two-dimensionally (never gazing up and recognizing our ever-beaming Source), busy scratching in the dirt and bemoaning our god-abandoned state in lengthy tomes and lonely lives, or floundering in a dummied-up materialistic, mechanistic view of reality that even today's quantum scientists have long ago discarded.

Actually, this state of affairs would be VERY FUNNY if it were not, in my candid opinion, very sad. I can't help wondering if this also must sadden the Sun a little bit. Maybe that's why, recently, our star shouted a little louder when early last November she began throwing us unusually large solar kisses.

         "Yoo-hoo, kids! Here I am!"

         "Big Mama! Watermelon-Ripener! I hear you!" I called back.

         A little girl once told me, "The sun is my friend." And when I asked why, she said, "Because he's always looking over my shoulder to see what I'm doing!"

         I suggest that we might learn from our children more about the very innocent truth of what is REALLY real.
         And if we, each of us, can really become aware enough to contact that soul-seed sleeping in the center of our hearts, we can then learn
to live soulfully awake and perhaps, when we outgrown this body cocoon, we can transform into a conscious soul (soll) have a shot at becoming
a star ourselves. Otherwise it's back down here for another round of the ups and downs, the ins and outs, until just the sheer volume of pain
and suffering forces us to try to awaken.  Yes?
      
        If you can't accept Eudemony as a teacher, Suffering is the substitute.   How's your bliss tolerance doing these days?







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