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  2. As an abductee, I can say that this is real footage of an extraterrestrial. I have been with them multiple times, and I have to say that I can say with absolute certainty that this footage is genuine. I can just tell. And I can just feel it. I don't know how else to describe it. The way the entity moves and just the overall soul that I sense in this being, the overall look, and the energy. It's just an energy. I can just tell. I have been abducted by them, and this video of an alien interview is genuine. This right here is proof of extraterrestrial activity on Earth, video evidence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg5Y5lA6W-w
  3. You mean like extreme sports ? I have practised dangerous sports most of my life :-)
  4. Clairvoyant? Image explanation.

    Just recently I’ve been seeing this image as I close my eyes. I do vape and sometimes I would get a buzz and just close my eyes and feel the sensation. Before bed, I would always hit it once and I would see this red image. Now this image would be distant and clear/blurry. The red image seemed to be a throne with some type of designs that were symmetrical on both sides. I’m struggling to understand this image for this is the first time this has ever happened to me. When I was younger, leading up to later years, I had very bad sleep paralysis. It first started with two men talking but seemed to be in a different language. At the moment it felt like I knew exactly what they were saying but when the paralysis was over I had no understanding of what they were saying. My later episodes consisted of something pulling my to my back, as if something wanted me to see them. In my early teens I moved into a new house and kept experiencing this. Scared, I would always break free. This is when o and my first out of body experience. As my paralysis occurred, I was scared, yet angry. So I came out of my body into my hallway, and into the bathroom where I just screamed. I had no occurrence of that kind after. But, later in my middle teen age, (sorry that’s worded weird), but as I’m falling asleep I would always hear knocking. It got louder as I was falling sleep but would always wake up fully and it’s gone. Ever since then, I would sleep with earbuds in. Now, almost 20, I haven’t really experienced much. Until now, I keep seeing this red, throne like image with a symmetrical design in both side. If someone could help me make out or understand this, that would be great!
  5. haiku time

    misplaced are all the words we meant to say, lost to the wind, forgotten
  6. Animals That Saved People Lives

    Top 10 Unbelievable Stories About Animals That Saved People Lives. In this video, I share my videos about Top 10 unbelievable stories about animals. I hope you will like it if you subscribe to my channel and comment under video I will be happy thank you
  7. By all accounts a nice guy. Harte
  8. That struck me as well. I've done some rock art research and that was modern paint and modern tools making those markings (as in "within the past 80 years and more likely sooner than that." There's nothing in the designs that match Apache rock art symbols... certainly not the ancient ones, though someone who was Apache might have gone in the dry cave and painted them for his/her amusement or path markers.
  9. Sitting kills! , We humans are not build to sit still today people in their 20s move as much as people in their 80s.
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  11. Just my two cents, but of all the countries I have friends from, Turkey and Lebanon have the widest variety of skin tones, from dark blond and blue eyes to full olive skin, black hair and brown eyes. Even in the same family. I went to a family reunion with a Lebanese friend and everyone assumed I was an idiot cousin who couldn’t speak Lebanese Arabic, and I’m blond, blue-eyed and audibly fry in direct sunlight what with my Saxon heritage. —Jaylemurph
  12. the channel is really mine..respect the forum rules.! would it be right to share the channel link here?
  13. The curious case of Benjamin Buttom. YOUNG SOCRATES: What is it? STRANGER: The life of all animals first came to a standstill, and the mortal nature ceased to be or look older, and was then reversed and grew young and delicate; the white locks of the aged darkened again, and the cheeks the bearded man became smooth, and recovered their former bloom; the bodies of youths in their prime grew softer and smaller, continually by day and night returning and becoming assimilated to the nature of a newly-born child in mind as well as body; in the succeeding stage they wasted away and wholly disappeared. And the bodies of those who died by violence at that time quickly passed through the like changes, and in a few days were no more seen. From Plato's Statesman.
  14. Place your (pretend) bets..

    Point 1 = you managed to somehow quote/reply to yourself. It was me who said that.... Point 2 = I think it's fair to suggest someone who has changed their name 13 times on this forum (that's you) might have a reason for doing so.. usually it's to escape embarrassment over an ill-considered post or three.. And previously... Who said it was just because he's horrible? In fact, it seems very obvious to me that he will be ousted because of CRIMEs. Sure, those crimes are in large part due to that horrible-ness, but your argument is a non-starter. Anyways, I'm a very, very patient person. I'll pop back in a few months once all the documentation starts to flow... Largely because all the power-seeking guys have to do is one or more of the following: - lay low and keep the prepolls down so the other side doesn't feel the need to vote - scare off the other side from turning up - set up and use social media to fool the gullible (and ask, or just allow, other countries to help.. cough) - etc All of the above were in operation in the last election (even though most are more often associated with countries with highly corrupt or dictatorial societies) - I believe they will be rather less effective this time around, even if he lasts to be a candidate. Compulsory voting pretty much fixes all of those things... and yes, I choose to believe there are more non-gullible people than gullible. Yes, we do. But first a bit of basic reason for you to consider (I know it's not your thang, but try...) A relatively simple and almost bullet-proof electoral roll exists in Oz - you turn up, give your name and address and they cross you off - no ID required, and there is a cross-checking process after every election for duplicates/errors. It is currently about 95% accurate. Second, the fines for not voting are not exactly high, so it's no big deal if you really don't wanna. Third, we know, therefore, how many actual functioning votes are forthcoming, and we have very high turnout - there is no movement I'm aware of towards non-compulsory voting here. If there was, watching what has happened to the USA would have obliterated it.. But to answer the question, if you really wish to do the ****** thing, you can simply draw a donkey (or whatever turns you on) on your vote paper, or not even put a single mark on it. That is called the 'donkey' vote, and those blank or illustrated ballot papers represent the conscientious objectors. Last election the percentage of donkey / invalid votes was, wait for it.......... about 5%. Do the maths. To me, those numbers suggest something about the fact that most Ozzies aren't as dumb as they look, and are engaged pretty well with the system. Sure, there is increasing distrust of gov't corruption, unfairness of the rich-v-poor gap etc. But would we vote in a Trump, in (giggle) an attempt (chortle) to 'fix' (chuckle) those things? You've got to be kidding... Indeed we've just had a federal election - ask Clive Palmer how it worked for him - he's the nearest thing we have to a Trump, as a businessman who happily uses bankruptcies to escape liability for mismanaged ventures where he scoops off the money and runs - sound familiar? So how did he and his 'United Australia Party' go? He got a miserable 3% of the vote, and won not a single seat despite a *huge* "Make Australia Great" advertising campaign that scarily echoed Trump's approach. He and it failed dismally. The Greens party, and yes, that's exactly what you would think it is, got 10% of the vote and a seat in parliament (that's our 'Congress'). Sometimes, it's hard to be humble......
  15. I don't believe you

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha good one!!!! ”It was 99 cents” “I am gonna pop some tags, only got twenty dollars in my pocket”
  16. I don't believe you

    No no, this song is dedicated to a dear dear dear Professor friend of mine. Who truly is “To Sirr With Love.”
  17. Abortion exceptions

    Should women have the right to abort their babies up and until said baby turns into an adult at age 18? Why not...they haven't really accomplished anything at age 2 or 3...or even 4 or 10. In fact children don't really make any worthwhile accomplishments to civilization. Shouldn't we just post-birth abort all the one's who are up for adoption for over a year? When your kid is 5 you don't really know if it is going to turn out to be a good person or a bad person. At age 1 you don't really know either. And you don't know at birth. And you don't know half way through the pregnancy. Nor do you know at 6 weeks. What do you think a 13 year old would say upon being told it was about to be aborted? Life begins at conception. It doesn't begin anywhere else.
  18. Replace one word in a movie title with Bacon!

    The King's Bacon Riding In Cars With Bacon The Cars That Ate Bacon It's A Wonderful Bacon
  19. Religion versus Fiction

    How does what other people think affect you?
  20. Today
  21. Yes, yes, yes, but please don't feed my doubts, as I'm on an affirmative diet.
  22. Urantia Book Poll

    If they were old mistakes, yes; they were the old mistakes with the science of circa 1935.
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