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Brian posted a new Topic in Political Activism/Cover-ups:

I just saw this video claiming this man has the proof and videos of top officials raping and murdering children.
I have read repeatedly that Lin Wood has an impeccable reputation. I know almost nothing about him.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-t95Gjk2xrM

IF, and that's a HUGE IF, it turns out to be true, this would rock the world.

  • fredburks's picture
    1 week ago

    Though it is possible there is truth to his claims, I question his integrity: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/pro-trump-lawyer-lin-wood-s-clai...


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 week ago

    And...


    The continued silence and obfuscation around Hollywood and government disclosure is just brewing since before the "C".


    About to spill over and shake many foundations, world views, and "hero and celebrity worship". Surprised the professional sports complex is attempting to carry on, virtually. They've got their share of corruption as well.


    When too many people are privy to the "old game", but not ok with it... It's not long before it's over. Kaput.


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Contemplator posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

At the end of the last - beginning of the current century a series of books was written by Russian author Vladimir Megre. It was called "The Ringing Cedars of Russia" (Звенящие Кедры России). The series has been translated into 30 languages and have made a significant effect on people's minds and life.

  • fredburks's picture
    1 month ago

    Thanks for the recommendation, Yury. I read the first Anastasia book about 15 years ago and loved it. I was happy to hear you met the author, Vladimir Megre. What was your impression of him? Thanks for all the great work you are doing!


  • Starmonkey's picture
    3 weeks ago

    Definitely an excellent idea that all of similar inclination can embrace, no matter where they are!


    Looking forward to continued dissolution of borders and boundaries and a return to Family.


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fairyfarmgirl posted a new Video in General Discussion:
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    Life in Russian eco-village of Kin's domains (family homesteads)... what it looks like? Please watch the video:





  • fredburks's picture
    1 month ago

    Awesome and inspiring video of eco-villages in Russia. Thanks so much for posting that! Much love to you and to all!


  • Starmonkey's picture
    3 weeks ago

    Beautiful Family! We're moving in that direction ourselves. Not to Russia, but back to that lifestyle.


    Wonderful!


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Unite posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

Its been a time my sis-stars and brothers since Iv shared.  I plan to be around more often now for wonderous interchange but first id like to tackle a spiratual misconception this idea has been stated in many ways > "Once you’ve been awakened, there’s no going back to sleep"

  • fredburks's picture
    2 months ago

    Welcome back, Thomas. It's very easy to fall back asleep in these intensely polarized times. Congratulations on choose to re-awaken. Your full presence I'm sure will help to awaken others. Thanks for posting here and take good care. With much love and warm wishes, Fred


  • Starmonkey's picture
    3 weeks ago

    B-A-L-A-N-C-E. Balance!


    I borrow from Ramirez (Sean Connery) in The Highlander for that one.


    I also am learning how to better bridge the GAP, as it were.


    Woo!


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nickmiller73 posted a new Topic in General Discussion:

I hope everyone here is doing well. 

 

I had been hearing about this book series about Anastasia called the Ringing Cedar Series.  I have read just over halfway through the first book and am very excited.  I was just wondering if anyone else has touched on this or tried any of the suggestions she has mentioned in the book.

 

  • juliemartyn's picture
    1 year ago

    The first book in the Ringing Cedars series is a relatively short read. Described by reviewers as Mills & Boon meets Carlos Castenada or The Bible meets Star Trek ;-)


    The ideas put forward by Anastasia largely resonated with me, living in total balance and harmony with nature, effortlessly relying on nature for a complete life support system - quite an appealing idea. I like the idea about growing food that’s ideally suited to our own DNA make up, about the importance of honouring the bees who even in our own societies are critical for our food production – Einstein said something about humanity only being able to survive 4 years without the activity of bees! (I’ve come across the quote 3 times in different places over the last few weeks!)


    Interesting idea of no ritual being made of mealtimes, grazing on what comes to hand as it’s required. Such a big contrast with the way things are in our society where food and drink have such immense cultural and social ramifications. And that’s without touching on the issue of all the pervasive psychological issues we have relating to food.


    The timing of the story in 1994/95 is only around 25 years ago, yet I had the sense of it being a lot further back in time whilst reading it. The author and narrator, Vladimir, is not an attractive character – abrasive, aggressive, impatient, critical, selfish – a stark contrast with Anastasia’s way of being, and possibly chosen for that reason, so that we’ll perhaps be able to see more clearly his development as things progress.


    Apparently some readers have felt an emotional connection to the book straight away and been inspired to all sorts of poetic writings – that’s not me – although I am interested enough to want to see how this develops!


    Just thought I’d get this posted while things were still fresh in my mind – looking forward to what Nick has to say! And also Fred and Chris, if this sparks off any ideas?


  • fredburks's picture
    1 year ago

    I had a similar reaction, Julie. Cool stuff. A little unbelievable for me, but still a very entertaining story with a great message. I haven't read any further than the first book.


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Yes. I feel it MORE important to get deeper in touch with nature. Not give in to fear and DOOM scenarios. Remember the language. The SILVER key...

    Those wanting to survive the shiftings need to have a strong connection with Earth. Virtually, there's nowhere else. Respect, honor, cherish.

    And PEOPLE aren't good to follow in that regard. The sheep are running and stumbling blindly toward whatever. The tension, the pressure, the absurdity make it easier to wake up, if you're paying attention.

    I also resonate with all of those bits you extracted.

    And with the birds and the bees. The bears and the trees. Always have liked animals and nature more than people. Simple. Easy. HONEST.

    Just finished Song of Susannah. Onward! To the Tower!

    ;)


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Also, the non-interference with free will policy...

    Both the WingMakers and the beings from WB Yeats' The Vision are trying to inspire creativity...

    Hmm?...

    Most systems or magnum opus practically destroy the creator in the process.

    Steve somehow made it through the DT.

    I have other examples I could dredge up.

    Jose Arguelles, Ian Xel Lungold, Falco, Philip K Dick, John Steinbeck, Ra Uru Hu...

    There's more.

    52 seems a magic number for those going early but with more of a full life.

    Hang in there.


  • Starmonkey's picture
    1 year ago

    Funny. Was inspired to above by reading journal excerpts about Steve's process with the DT at the end of SoS. Just finished and last one was a faux article about him getting hit by a car and killed on my birthday in 1999 (6/20/99). He was 52.

    I'm fairly certain TIME will die before I hit that age. Six years and one month from now. 8/12/23 comes before that. Woo


  • 1 month ago

    For those who want to read the Ringing Cedars of Russia book series, I am sharing the first English edition translated by John Woodsworth for free: https://ecominded.net/books


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fredburks posted a new Topic in Humor/Jokes:
An Irishman's Philosophy In Life There are only two things to worry about— Either you are well or you are sick. If you are well, there is nothing to worry about, But if you are sick, there are only two things to worry about— Either you will get well or you will die. If you get well, there is nothing to worry about, But if you die, there are only two things to worry about— Either you will go to heaven or hell. If you go to heaven, there is nothing to worry about. And if you go to hell, you’ll be so busy shaking hands with all your friends You won’t have time to worry!
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fredburks posted a new Topic in Personal/Spiritual Growth:

What if a key purpose in life

is to expand our consciousness

and to expand our capacity to love?

 

And what if there are divine forces

whose role is to challenge us on this?

 

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