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  2. Did you test this out or are you just speculating?
  3. What made it haunted to you. Can you describe some of the going on's?
  4. RoofGardener

    Aramco facilities on fire in Saudi Arabia

    I agree. And here's ANOTHER thing.. those tanks don't look particularly fragile. Whatever hit them had to have been very heavy, travelling very fast, and have a pointed cylindrical shape. Like an artillery shell. I can't imagine a "drone".. in the sense of the domestic quad-copter type things.. doing that type of damage ? They would have disintegrated on hitting the dome. They might have exploded, but they would NOT have produced those almost perfect circular holes. There are rumours flooding the Internet that an unexploded cruise missile was discovered. If so, this could be a smoking gun ?
  5. Thanks. I've stayed away from the thread, since as Spartan and Not have already pointed out, what the OP is describing isn't what most Jungian folk mean by "Shadow work." (I was with Spartan until his edit at the end; NAR mentioned one of the trickier bits of Jung, what NAR called "the Freudian stuff." We could do a thread about just that, and how much of it grew from the dysfunctional relationship between Freud and Jung, but not this thread and not the SR&B forum.) Habbie raises a good point: Jung's attitude towards "Jungians" was nuanced. Jung the human being was a heady combination of healer, philosopher, shaman and scientist. In that last capacity, Jung knew and accepted that scientific success would consist of subsequent generations who'd build upon the foundation that he laid out. (E.g., his personality "types" evolve into today's open-conscientious-extraversion-agreeable-neurotic "nesses.") His immediate successors, people whom he'd personally worked with, included giants (e.g. Marie Louise von Franz). Nowadays? There's still good experimental work (people sometimes forget that young Jung was an experimentalist, and a distinguished one), but the giants are getting fewer and shorter . (We've done a thread on Jordan Peterson, for instance, the best-known living and self-identifying Jungian, I think.) Anyway: no, "shadow work" is not about being a jerk and proud of it. Flight of fancy time. IMO, the current icon of successful Shadow work in popular culture is Jon Snow and his direwolf Ghost (in the books; screw seasons 7 and 8 on TV). I wonder if Martin borrowed the brilliant imagery of Philip Pullman in His Dark Materials, the alternate world where people's souls are animals who visibly accompany them. Integration is not "being" Jon Snow, and not "being" Ghost, either - it is being each simultaneously, and at any moment being more of whichever aspect any particular situation requires, thus the pairing transcends the sum of its parts. Again, keeping to the books, the hapless Sansa is the very image of what happens to people who lose touch with their Shadow, they become prey for whatever predator happens along. There is a moment in the books where Eddard realizes that the children's direwolves were gifts from the gods, and that he has killed his daughter's connection with the divine - hell, yes. Dany and her three dragons are Shadow work in progress (the books correspond with seasons 1-6 of the TV series). After one of the dragons kills a child, shocking Dany, she locks them in a dungeon (!). But she can only confine two of them, and those two don't remain confined indefinitely, either. Meanwhile, they're melting the chains that were meant to hold them, etc. Tyrion? He gets his own thread (Spolier: he's Uncle Carl himself.)
  6. Manwon Lender

    Aramco facilities on fire in Saudi Arabia

    I also looked at those photos, it almost looks like the projectiles hit their target but didn't explode. If they had those mushroom shaped tanks would have been destroyed.
  7. toast

    Aramco facilities on fire in Saudi Arabia

    As for the target accuracy, distance doesnt matter for advanced CMs/rockets. These devices use up to 4 different kinds of destination guidance systems which will ensure an accuracy of 5 meters or even less. Just think about space missions like the ROSETTA mission in 2014. After a trip of 6.4B km we placed an object on the surface of 67P, which was only ca. 4x4x4km small and traveled at a speed of 55.000km/h.
  8. brian100

    Magicians

    But there is still no time to throw a bunch of papers and linens b/c hes still tied up. Something is wrong. I tried to look to see if the curtain moved when they raised it for the secret compartment but I saw no wiggle. And then there is the Prostitiu&*^%6e arms grabbing him scene. I counted 3 or 4 people in there. Too fast to hide 4 people.
  9. Dumbledore the Awesome

    Dumbledore the Awesome

    It's a stupid weird idea

  10. Dumbledore the Awesome

    Seance summons Maggie Thatcher

    to oust Boris and take over Brexit? I'd back that
  11. Gwynbleidd

    Epstein found Dead in Jail

    Oh yes, some of them have really hard to spell or pronounceable names. Look at Ghislaine. I'd never heard of that name before her.
  12. Impedancer

    Recurring Dream- same day-every year

    It's just a dream i guess that thoughts triggers this
  13. Impedancer

    Would You Buy A Haunted House?

    Since you can ban them to kingdome come i guess i would. Plus my first apartment was haunted and so is my parents house.
  14. RoofGardener

    Would You Buy A Haunted House?

    I'd have to agree @Scholar4Truth. I'd buy it like a shot, just so I could see first-hand if ghosts really exist !
  15. RoofGardener

    Aramco facilities on fire in Saudi Arabia

    Thanks for that @toast. Here's one thing that I don't understand. What kind of weapon has the kinetic energy to punch those holes in the buildings, and yet does NOT have sufficient explosives to then rupture the building ? The mushrooms look undamaged. You would have thought that even a relatively small explosive charge, detonated INSIDE the structure, would "pop" the structure like a balloon ? Indeed, based purely on these photographs, it seems that the facility was hardly damaged at all ? As I mentioned in a previous post, I am having a real hard time correlating the (light) damage in these photographs, with the raging firestorm in the various video's. I dunno folks.... I'm not a forensic engineer or anything.. but... it just looks.... odd ?
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  17. RoofGardener

    Mars sample return mission

    I believe that is true. In point of fact, they can produce their own water by electrolising sea water. It's just food they need.
  18. Gwynbleidd

    Epstein found Dead in Jail

    Thanks Susie, I was just looking at this article too of Elon's where he said: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/16/elon-musk-once-worried-unsworth-may-be-another-jeffrey-epstein.html And I had to laugh at this, because if anyone actually believes that what is said on Twitter is fact, they probably should rethink that. It's such a toxic wasteland of nastiness back and forth. Actually I think of it more as a venting place - ppl just go off like maniacs. Oh my!
  19. They would be called nuts like everyone else. So they keep quiet.
  20. Don't do it, as it's unlawful. But I bet it's not even loaded, and it's just another of your empty threats.
  21. Oh ikr, who would've thought. Simply amazing.
  22. Manwon Lender

    Would You Buy A Haunted House?

    Why are all houses haunted, I would really like to hear your opinion on this.
  23. ?? What I mean is that if the Americans had faked Apollo somehow, the Soviets would have been able to demonstrate how that fakery had happened.
  24. brian100

    Magicians

    I went ahead and counted the seconds it took for Copperfield once he yanked the jacket from his tied up chair. It was 2 seconds. No way he could put that on in that little amount of time. Put your jacket on and count the seconds. Just standing up is 2 seconds. And in the final photo his hair is messed up, so something happened. His left hand is in a different position, too. He went from sinister smirk to I swallowed the canary! But he does have a total of 6 seconds from the time they raised the curtain to put on the 2nd jacket. And being tied up removes those 6 seconds. So the question is was he really tied up? His arms would have to be fake bonds. I've also counted 9 seconds to get his arms free during the rag and papers tossing scene. So there would have to be a secret compartment behind the curtain to store the 2 jacket. So that's the trick.
  25. Manwon Lender

    Would You Buy A Haunted House?

    I would buy a so called Haunted House, you could pay it off renting it out to paranormal investigators. You could also turn it in to a bed and breakfast, a lot of people would pay to spend the night in Haunted house.
  26. Peter B

    Magicians

    Yeah, I've had another look, and I may be wrong about it. However, I'd like to point out that quick costume changes are a fairly common magic trick, and it took very little time to Google some possible (mundane) explanations, one of them pretty close to what I described. As for whether the video was shot in front of a live audience, that was Alchopwn's claim, so you might like to take that up with him rather than me. In any case, everything I've read suggests there's nothing particularly tricky about doing this trick in front of a live audience. Finally, going back to the Hawaii teleport trick, here are some questions you might like to ponder. 1. How exactly is it established that the other location is Hawaii? 2. Why doesn't the "Hawaii" location camera pan around to show us more of the locale? 3. How similar are the letters "TS" drawn by the audience member to the "TS" we see on the "Hawaii" location? 4. Why don't Copperfield and his travelling companion leave the vicinity of where they appear in "Hawaii", for example to go down to the beach? 5. Is the lighting at the "Hawaii" location consistent with sunlight in a tropical location?
  27. Here again you keep showing your ignorance of the details Plato gave of Atlantis. Clearly the 3000X2000 plain and the surrounding "ditch" is just a part of Atlas' territory. And the entire "island" also contains very large territories belonging to the other "brothers". If you are going to argue with others on Atlantis, and persisting in sticking with what Plato wrote, then you better read and waste your time on what Plato wrote, as you are making an ass of yourself. Plato's Critias. He also begat and brought up five pairs of twin male children; and dividing the island of Atlantis into ten portions, he gave to the first-born of the eldest pair his mother’s dwelling and the surrounding allotment, which was the largest and best, and made him king over the rest; the others he made princes, and gave them rule over many men, and a large territory.
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