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  • Kandace
    Kandace
    11 days ago
    Oh - In Coral Castle here in Miami, that man from all accounts levitated the huge stones by use of an anti-gravity device they call his "fly-wheel". I actually saw it when i went there, and his stone structures are amazing. Witnesses say he worked at night and had no sophisticated utensils, save his anti-gravity thing. The gov't is not trying to cover this one up, and believe it or not, the particle accellerator at CERN copied his exact fly wheel !

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    11 days ago
    And we have a marvel here in the Miami area called, "Coral Castle". I have vids of it on my YT channel, but not here, no one here cares about much, haha. This place is as mystifying, if not more, than stonehenge. It was made within the past century by a small 100 pound man who from all accounts hoisted and cut with precision several ton limestone configurations without the help of machines. I was last there about 10 yrs ago, but i need to go again and make a video of it. Yes, i love to travel, but don't have the time of finances. With whom do you travel with, if i may ask ? I've been to Mexico and Canada several times. Also Israel where i served in the volunteer army and lived in the army barracks. So then, yes - I would love to tour the f*king concentration camps. I can feel the energy of places and people. No, i don't like tourist traps - Miami has a lot of that. I like to sample how other cultures live. I would love to go to France, Italy, China, India, and Japan - in that order. I am half French, and my paternal grandma is from Wales, but my grandad is a mystery. Supposedly part Jewish and maybe Black, so i have recently submitted my DNA to see what they can tell me at "Ancestry". I'll let U know, probably Irish, haha. Good luck with your Brazillian fantasy chick - You should wanna B there when ur friend is there so U can watch him. I'm going to see the movie "Cold Pursuit" now and i got a ticket to see Captain Marvel tomorrow in 3-D on its opening day. So excited! xoxoxo

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    11 days ago
    Yes, i know of Bob Lazar. I had a metaphysical centre that i started on my own and it was a success (financially and popular) from day #1. I invited speakers to give presentations in the evenings and before long it was so booked that i had to start doubling speakers (2 each night) seven days a week. Lazar is a local from here in Miami. He spoke at my place at least once, maybe more. I could not attend all seminars as i had (have) a life and i'm a private person, and was raining my son on my own. For his assertions ? I dunno. Like everything else its probably not clear cut black and white, but something in between. There were so many speakers, Mark - a woman came under an aka name with a ski mask and alleged she was abducted by aliens and had radiation burns from it, and the gov't was hunting her down to eliminate her. Two American airlines pilots spoke and described their encounters with UFOs. I'm sure they have validity, yet the UFO scene is not my top interest. Sure they are out there, i was even visited by one myself, though it kept a distance, about 5 years ago. My endeavors are more aligned to the riddles of Life and physics. Tons of others speakers: the Course In Miracles, Magick (manipulating one's reality), Dianetics, book authors, self help people, Wicca, new age crap, crystals, Astrology, self help, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, you name it.

  • AustraliaAwake
    AustraliaAwake
    12 days ago
    halo marc, i howp thad u ar wel, tinigowsip hab ben a powafool krool gerl too me agen she wonts too tern me imtoo a peenata an hitt me wiv a loowey slugga shes a veri fritnin krool gerl an shes maid me kri alott :( wy is tinigowsip soo krool

  • Pisces
    Pisces
    14 days ago
    Thanks! I got it and replied back. Im doing okay. I'm heading back to bed now though. Have a goodnight.

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    14 days ago
    The weekend was ok, nothing special. The movie i saw was, 'Madea Family Funeral'. I was in the mood for something light and funny and this movie was exactly that. The director is Tyler Perry and he also acted a role in it. He does a lot of movies and i think he writes them too in addition to directing and acting. He did an excellent one last year which you may like called, 'Acrimony'. I've been reading over your new comments and must say, my my, you are a brilliant thinker. Seems like you would do very well as an instructor or workshop leader or moderator, or whatever in philosophy and or science. You've amassed a lot of knowledge yet you keep an open mind and present your thoughts in a well-structured manner. And oh - Thanks so much for the compliment on my BG. Guess it was meant to be at this time. Sometimes lately i feel like i am submerged under water like the BG and enjoying the seclusion and quietude. On the other hand it results in lost time which is odd, being as 'time' doesn't really exist in a *linear* fashion. Either way, its impossible to remain there for too long, or drown with a rusted sword....

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    14 days ago
    Its interesting how i do agree with your conclusions but we arrive at them in different ways ! You present these well-structured thought pathways to the hypothesis. I do that to a much less degree, but i instead go by my intuition which has instilled so many of these ideas into my psyche since i was a young kid. Now you and others whom i read the research of seem to validate my ideas. So, thank you ! I dunno, for a few years i tried to believe the "new age" view that "the soul lives forever" and that "we never die". I even wanted to believe in reincarnation. But one must have concrete definitions for terms like the 'soul' and i just can't truly grasp that meaning at this point in my intellectual sojourn. No, currently i do not think there is any consciousness after physical death. How the hell can there be ? If consciousness is defined as being akin to 'i think', then there's no way to think without a brain, is there ? And we should be able to remember something before we were born, but we don't. Worse yet i must succumb to the theory that *nothing of our individual identity remains after death*. It would be so awesome to be able to believe that 'we' are eternal, but it seems that we just fall apart so to speak and our molecular components are absorbed by the Whole. Just like a single drop of water that is splashed into the air from the ocean, or falls from above as rain. They both enjoy an individual identity for a brief time, then return to the Matrix.

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    14 days ago
    Is it Buddhism or what that believes the goal of the individual is to transcend the ego and physical world and to unite with the One after death ? Nirvana. Well, at my current juncture in thought, it seems like that is the natural and inevitable end to physical life rather we try for it or not. I don't think i buy their reincarnation idea, though. Of course it all boils down to *time*, right ? If it is an illusion, or as i see it: *simultaneous past,present, and future; all together at once*, then the idea of this whole discussion is moot anyway because the future of our death has already happened, yet it will never happen. There's no future nor past to me, its an illusion. Your analogy of a person singing a song as to a recording of that song is remarkable. U r correct, i do think all that is done, thought, and said never dies.... in a way. Or at least the ripple affect they have on the Whole never ends. And, i'm not sure how you arrived at the idea that if an individual is 'reconstituted' (such as in cloning?) that it would not be the same person, but i do totally agree with your conclusion. Is it because you think the original thoughts that person had will not be a component of the new individual ? Anyway, the conclusion seems right, look at identical twins, they are different. Better yet look at anyone or you and i. We are not the same person we were at any given time in the past, nor will we be the same in the future.

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    14 days ago
    But this all seems to beg the question again, "what's the purpose of it"? Maybe there is some sort of 'good' thing we are supposed to do such as maybe benefiting the Whole ? But that just brings is back to 'what is good or bad' and i'v found no acceptable exclusive definition. It there were, than the theory of karma could be validated. Almost all religions and those with no religion have come to the conclusion that these concepts are real, so i, and maybe you, are in the extreme minority in our thoughts. And what is the definition of 'God' ? A force behind it all, or the All in itself ? Max Planck who was a brilliant physicist and won the Nobel Prize for physics for his work in quantum physics came to this conclusion: "There is no matter as such. All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particle of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together. We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent spirit. This spirit is the matrix of all matter." He later called this spirit "god" though he said it was an impersonal thing. You probably wont like it because he says, "assume", and you want proof. Myself, i don't know what to think. He further postulates: "I regard consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from consciousness. We cannot get behind consciousness. Everything that we talk about, everything that we regard as existing, postulates consciousness."

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    14 days ago
    Seems like he's saying that basically, "The physical world is but a figment of our imagination"? Fine to that, hence reality is different with each person, in the thoughts of the beholder. But what do you make of the rest of it ? When i was about 17 i discovered some ancient wisdom passed down through the ages in the form of pictures, supposedly so anyone in the future who saw these illustrations could understand, no matter their language. Some use these to do psychic readings but that's beside the point. #1 is clear to me. A man who is *creating* using 4 forces: water, air, fire, and matter. ok, must be Plank's 'intelligent force behind everything, yet it IS everything. It equates to the Aleph letter = what is above is also below = the hologram and fractal. Fine. The #2 arcanum is *wisdom* and has the polar opposites indicating illusion and separation in the physical world. The book of knowledge is partly obscured, indicating that we will never have all the answers. OK to that too. #17 has a woman pouring water from two vessels which she holds one in each of her hands: pouring the water of one into a lake and the other onto the earth. I think this is physical death VS physical birth. Fine again. #13 is the Grim Reaper, cool enough - death is inevitable. But some of the others are quite difficult to understand. #6 is about making choices. If we all end up the same and good and evil don't exist, then what do decisions matter? If they do then there must be a law of Karma.

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    15 days ago
    Looks like i just missed ya, which is ok because i just checked in here before crashing and i'm pretty tired; no good at a convo, for sure. Yes, i saw all three of the movies you mentioned a few months back when they came out on the big screen. "Get Out" was one of the better ones from the whole year. Did you like it ? Funny you mentioned it though, as i was just thinking of it about an hour ago when i was outside having a smoke. If that movie was reversed: whites being used and trapped by blacks, it would have been banned real quick for being racist. But its cool to make whites as the villains and blacks as the prey. Such are the times we live in, but the plot and direction were good, all other aside. That director, Jordan Peele has a new movie coming out in two weeks called, "Us": its a horror/suspense. I will see it. For me, "Hereditary" sucked pretty bad. You may like it though, it was just my opinion that it was corny, campy, and stupid. The ending was gory enough for people into that alone.

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    15 days ago
    I did like Blackkklansman to the extent that it was a true story and portrayed some American history. I was set to do a positive movie video rant about it, but the last 5-10 minutes of it ruined it for me. It tried to make an extreme political statement about today's politics and was chalked up as a left wing campaign vehicle for our next election. Very poor taste IMHO, whether one agrees with their view or not, paying viewers at a movie should be entertained, not subject to political propaganda. In the past two years their Academy Awards annual thing has gone in the toilet with their ratings because of their political grandstanding cheap shots. This year they seemed to get the message and stay away from it, but the damage has been done to them, BY them. Ok my dear, very tired now so i'll be ducking out. Happy that you seem to have established a sort of sleep schedule (?) and are feeling better. I read your brilliant thoughts on the metaphysical topics, but i am saving them for breakfast tomorrow to reply to, so.... see ya then ! Hugs xoxo