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Never did a lick of homework in High School, except for making models in architecture and history of inventions, liked those classes. Didn't go to half my calculus classes, squeeked by with a 50.

Later, when I needed to actually use calculus I got out a calculus text and learned it.

That's a good example but rinse and repeat as needed.

I agree, school should teach you how to learn, we have books for the details.

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Yes - HOW to learn (and unlearn as necessary!).

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I believe that unlearning is happening naturally now. If I shove something in there I'm positive somenthing else pops out.

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Er, do some homework on Biology etc, and find out for yourself? This thread now closed to a dumbass Trolling Hat.

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Trolls? Which one? I broke from tradition and blocked a bunch of trolls here. It was an experiment and now I can't see how to unblock them. You can't say substack isn't customizable, holy crap there are settings settings.

Troll baiting can be fun but I don't want to do it on substack. Maybe I'm getting old but arguing with morons no longer appeals to me.

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imo, the reason 'they' do chemtrails is to stop cosmic photons (source of biophotons and regulated by schumman frequency) which are responisble for expanding human concsiousness. chemtrails use aluminium to reflect photons back to universe - a bit like the russian mirror.

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Excellent question. Yes..they have been doing Chemtrails for so many years now. They already control the economy; they have been able to steer weather systems since the 40's. So it must have something to do with blocking consciousness so the WEFers do not get discovered. How can pilots not notice the chemtrails? I can understand how the Normies are Gaslighted, but pilots know the facts.

I'm convinced they sent Hurricane IAN into Florida to reward the banks and Insurance companies, who fled the State and kept the cash. (Auto insurance companies are next.) Desantis was the one who ordered the mandatory FEMA Flood insurance and said you can't sue the insurance companies; you have to go to "Arbitration". Now, Desantis is running for POTUS and the insurance lobby is paying for his campaign. I'm shocked...lol

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You might like this "take" on De Santis from a space call I inadvertently listened to:

https://twitter.com/dom_lucre

Source: 06/04/2023 Dom Lucre, Jake (MAGA Shaman) & Kappy Issac Army: Ask Us Anything

30:12) "...First of all, Trump is the reason why De Santis got the governorship in Florida in the 1st place. If it weren't for the fact that Trump endorsed DeSantis, DeSantis probably would not be governor right now. That's number one.

Number two, De Santis told all of his constituents and people in Florida that he was not going to run for president, that he was going to stay their governor for four years when he ran in 2022. And then not even a couple of months later, the man's talking about running for president. He's not officially running and he's going on this book tour and going to foreign nations and stuff like that. You know, because he's essentially preparing to run for president. And there's all this crap going on in his, in his state where, you know, the crime rates are skyrocketing, there's floods, there's all sorts of craziness, you know, this whole thing with Disney, and he's out on a book tour and going to foreign nations?

And then lastly., you know, this whole thing with Trump and DeSantis is going to tear the republican party apart because it’s basically Trump who's anti establishment and DeSantis who very clearly seems to me to be far more establishment than Trump considering how long he's been involved in certain projects in the military and stuff like that. [I learned from a talk from a former prisoner at Quantanamo Bay that DeSantis was a lawyer in charge of "Quality control!"]

So I asked myself this, if he stabbed Trump in the back by going against him even though he's the reason why he became governor in the 1st place, if he stabbed the people of Florida in the back by breaking his promise and running for president after they elected him to be governor, and if he's willing to stab the republican party in the back and divide it entirely into two factions while we need to be united more than ever here and now, then why is he doing this? Is it because he wants power is it because he's having somebody whisper in his ear that they'll get him elected if he just gets rid of Trump? So to me it's like, do we really want somebody in power that breaks their promises and stabs people in the back that were loyal to them and trusted them to do something? We’ve had that for the last several decades. So why are we gonna trust somebody to do that again?

i really liked Ron DeSantis and i was very disappointed to see these three factors and here's the thing. i think it's in the james bond books. It says 'once is happenstance twice as coincidence three times is enemy action.' So if you have somebody that's doing something like this and it's threefold then you know that there's something else going on. And so DeSantis, in my opinion, he lost my trust because of these three betrayals."

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Jun 7, 2023·edited Jun 7, 2023

Excellent information. I noticed this week in the main stream media that the Wokesters are crucifying DeSantis for sending illegals up to Martha's Vinyard. It's possible DeSantis has stepped in dog poop and soiled his own nest.

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That's 1 reason of several.

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i think this ties into what hwp and his model of the human - the doer (automatic mechanisms in the body) which is controlled by photon generated in body that is regulated by schumman frequency and the thinker/knower which are photon from universe (universal conciousness). the photons from universe, when not absorbed by humans, these are mopped up by water. imo, this is why russians went to north pole to find ice that was several thousand years old to extract the universe photons which had been trapped. these photon were released by firing magnetic pulses into ice. i'm guessing that this process generates photon travelling in multiple directions and this is why the mirror was curved to concentrate these random photons. it is my theory that photons are information messengers used either to regulate the human body or to provide ideas and knowledge - this could explain how the body regulates 30 trillion cells (with a +1000 plus reaction per cell) in an instant - all matter has electrons and when these are excited by a magnetic field, it changes the state of atoms to release photons.

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Amazing info & your theory sounds spot on. Thanks for introducing the Hardy-Weinberg Principle. It's getting easier to connect the dots with info as you've & others have supplied here.

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Hi D, HWP is Harold W Percival. Clif mentions him often with regards to 'Thinking and Destiny'. In the book he describes three facets to man - the doer (feeling/desire - which are automated), the thinker (external as ideas are received) and knower (external and relating to higher self and universe). IMO, all these operations are controlled by photons where are regulated by low frequency magnetic fields.

I even think that it is possible that the photons of the doer are generated by the heart which is electromagnetic - as the heart pulsates, it circulates charged blood which then generate a magnetic field throughout the body that is responsible for releasing photons that control the biorhythms of the body.....there's no other way that 30 trillion cells can be coordinated imo.

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May 28, 2023·edited May 29, 2023

Thanks for clarifying. Very interesting similarity in rendered hwp search results, but probably because I'm not familiar with either. Our bodies are fearfully wonderfully made.

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Here's where Clif explains his theory. It's really good.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fmj3wzg4Ag

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Farmers are spraying Round-up today in a 20mph wind .

I can see it blowing across the fields

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i think electoculture, sonic bloom and structured water technologoes have been suppressed, just like many other things the,eduction, MSM and 'psyence' industrial complex have suppressed. All these techologies can be used in agricultue without chemicals - no money in it for the cabal and it doesn't kill the population who are a threat to them.

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My vegetable plots got smoked by the overspray.

There oughta be a law.

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Schools unteach children how to live, and teaches them how to get sick: "Viruses can be deadly, go get your vaccines!"

Schools untaught us how to use our abilities. They gave us fluoride, because they were told it would be good for our teeth. They never did any research! So now I have no teeth and a calcified pineal gland. They literally made us swallow chemical waste!

Before I was born, which happened in 1969, they sprayed the kids with DDT. Now they're spraying us all with barium, strontium and alumunum, and graphene oxide, morgellons, and who knows what. They spray all kinds of nano-sized crap.

No, you can't learn anything in school. Maybe, aside of the woke schools, some awake schools will appear some time soon.

Antarctica was on the equator before the previous pole shift.

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My son used to say that school is only sensible in the first 6 years, in order to learn the basics.

And then High School (German High School, that is^^), where you learn to apply techniques to extract information from your input and practice logical deduction.

He did learn in middle school though that there cannot possibly be any effective vaccine against rapidly mutating viruses thus, the flu vaxx (and coronavirus vaxx, for that matter) is total bullshit.

I learned that, too, at school, during the '70s, and never took any of that shit.

We also learned about photosynthesis in 4th grade which all the climate alarmists seem to have missed, they have no clue that CO2 is plant nutrition, or it has been thoroughly washed out of their brains.

So well, I tend to disagree, school is not totally useless.

AND we have to make education much better - not shove knowledge / programs into our kid's brains but teach them how to learn.

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Actually, viruses are total bullshit. Sick people are not contagious. Only mosquitoes, fleas, lice, snakes, ticks, syringes and maybe leeches can transfer diseases. Check out the Rosenau experiment, from 1918 and 1919.

https://www.gjenvick.com/Influenza/TheRosenauExperiment-1918-1919.html

They did not teach you that, did they?

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I tend to disagree

For one, various times I could observe how a viral infection came on very quickl< and strongly which differs from bacterial or parasitic infection.

And then, respiratory viral infections can get easily eliminated by on oxidizing agent like chlorine dioxide or hydrogen peroxide; bacterial and parasitic infection take much longer to treat.

So well, while I heard many of the recent claims that there are no infectious viruses, that viruses are a myth. I'm not convinced as my experience, personally and as a homeopathic practitioner, tells me something differently.

I agree though that most people with a well trained immune system with enough required nutrients, without major predispositions, without high chronic parasitic strain, and little other stress which weakens their life force energy has usually no problem with rejecting a virus in their system.

But pretty certain, there is more to learn, every day.... maybe someone comes up with enough convincing arguments that I may change my opinion.

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May 27, 2023·edited May 27, 2023

Prove it. Just prove it. Isolate a virus, and show it.

You are right about chlorine dioxide though. It cleans water, which is what your body consists of mostly. But viruses, they have been proven not to exist, because Dr. Rosenau tried to prove they do exist, which he couldn't. Have you read the page I linked to?

"So well, while I heard many of the recent claims that there are no infectious viruses, that viruses are a myth. I'm not convinced "

"Yeah, so, while I may or may not have heard that there are no flying pink nano-sized unicorns, that they are a myth, I'm not convinced."

Who bears the burden of proof?

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When you get sick you have billions of little nasty virus particles attacking your system, but in spite of their numbers they are very very tricky. They can't be isolated or seen with a microscope unless you create the right witches brew of poisons and parasites and then point to some smashed up particle that must be a virus.

It's a inexact science that requires that you have a lot of faith and a solid belief in the esoteric discipline of virology going in.

Or they don't exist.

I tend to favour the latter theory.

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So why is it that people who catch Measles all have similar symptoms that differ to when they catch Mumps or Rubella?

I haven't that fact found explained comprehensibly.

And what the heck are they doing in those hundreds of gain-of-function labs everywhere?

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I think these "childhood diseases" were brought on by vaccines we were given in our childhood starting with the small pox vaccinations mandatory for school in the 60's.

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Atoms don't exist....show me an atom. Gravity does not exist show me gravity. Somebody stop the earth I want to get off. !

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I think atoms have been shown to exist.

We're not sure about gravity.

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You're in luck. Earth IS stopped.

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You know how females' periods will synch up under one roof after awhile? Like in dorm rooms or extended camps? They're not "catching" a period. It's about the frequencies & sympathetic responses. We're mostly water with some electrical components...blood-iron, copper, zinc,....

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The coming-in-synch of people who live in the same environment doesn't explain why all Measles patients world-wide experience similar symptoms.

They live in different climate and different frequencies, they eat different stuff, have different medical predispositions, host different parasites, ingest different toxins, and still, Measles (and the other diseases that are attributed to non-rapidly mutating viruses) gives them similar symptoms.

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Measles is a recycling phase that children can experience. Doctor's can't even tell the difference between measles, chicken pox, or other "eruptions" that usually come on during childhood. I think you would enjoy some Dr. Tom Cowan and Dr. Sam Bailey.

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I hear you. What I offered is perhaps a mental avenue to pursue in bringing insight to a topic on which we've much to learn. I no longer readily accept reports of worldwide occurrences simply because we've been lied to on every level. No disrespect intended, but majority of coocoo coco "reports" were scripted. It's the sharing of info from non media sources, aka regular people with integrity I value. Searching out truth is a worthy pursuit.

"It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search out a matter is the glory of kings." (Proverbs 25:2)

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I agree with you about viruses; but I think sick people can/may be contagious. We live in an electric universe and illness/disease has electrical causes related to our bio-electric/morphogenetic fields.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/8649247-healing-is-voltage

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We got a lot to learn. I think it's electromagnetic fields that make us sick. But also the soles under our shoes, our clothes on our skin, the poison in moist toilet paper for example. Their poison is in everything.

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Dr. Jerry Tennant/Healing Is Voltage is a great genius of this age.

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Unfortunately, I was turned off by Dr. Tennant when he said he got encephalitis from his eye patient who had leukemia: "The viruses came up off his eye through my ask into my nose and into my brain." (5:40) He never made an effort to explain exactly how that could even be possible. He just told himself a story. (But the electrical acid/alkaline theory does make sense.) Thank you for the reference.

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5 Ways To Stimulate Your Vagus Nerve

The longest cranial nerve in your body plays a role in your health

https://health.clevelandclinic.org/vagus-nerve-stimulation/

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I have no idea how Jim Breuer's name got added to my online identity and would appreciate direction on how to edit this out; what I have done so far has not worked. Welcoming suggestions...

But I can attest to Dr. Jerry Tennant's brilliant work joining Western science with Eastern medicine.

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Contagion was thoroughly debunked with diseases that were attributed to viruses. This was quite a while ago. It involved at the apex, injecting mucus from a sick person into a healthy person with no resultant sickness.

One possibility that might explain the perception of contagion if sickness is a result of environmental contamination is that the same people occupy the same environment if we are entertaining contagion.

A tough pill to swallow as are many where we have been fed what is probably a truckload of bogus science.

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A truckload of bogus science to go along with the truckloads of bogus politics, religion, history, schooling, finance, justice, etc, etc, etc :(

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LOL! Yes, that.

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Thanks so much for this source. And what an interesting website.

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We are no longer in the 70s. School today is useless!

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Well, my son finished school in 2020 and I can certainly say that it's not useless. But then, German school system is pretty different to that in the USA. Conditioning and programming also here, for sure, but our teachers are state officers that cannot totally brainwash kids with their personal opinions.

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I can see that. The U.S. has certainly been the most misguided and misled by the school systems than many other countries for many, many years. I think other countries have known more of the truth of things happening in the U.S. then the citizens of the country because we have been so lied to for so very long. The depths of the lies are staggering.

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I studied Chinese for 1-1/2 years and could read, write, listen and speak wonderfully until I went back to school to get my MA TESOL. It was completely wiped from my brain! I kid you not!

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What about The Waldorf Schools? Are they any better?

https://www.waldorfeducation.org/

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I haven't been to school since 1986. I never had any children. I wouldn't know.

I know homeschooling is good. I don't know about any official schools.

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Every person I've met who was homeschooled was emotionally secure and excelled in their efforts.

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Boatload of trolls today.

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Thank you for your continual efforts Cliff

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Space is an illusion. Space aliens or fallen angels likely reside beyond the south pole as Admiral Byrd discovered. Independent exploration of Antarctica is forbidden by treaty. And the treaty is actively enforced. Worlds Beyond The Poles is a book published in 1959 about the nature of the universe. The author's concept is very interesting.

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Flat Earth?

TOO MUCH MIND-BLOWING STUFF HERE

https://www.brighteon.com/8e062bcc-0d4c-4a92-80e7-757a12cd04c3

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Thanks.

Number 9, number 9, number 9...

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Yup

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Ugh Clif. If we’re spinning thousands of mph thru space. Anyone please explain why we see the Polaris(north star) in the same spot night after night.

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"It's said"

1. The Earth spins at a speed of about 1,000 miles per hour

(And at the same time, like a corkscrew)

2. Earth's orbit around the Sun is 67,111 mph

(Which means that our planet would have to travel 940 million km during a single orbit/year)

AND Yet No One Feels Or See's Anything? Although We Feel the Slighest Breeze or Change there of?

ALSO

3. The Moon orbits the earth and Yet does not Rotate?

The Moon spins once for every time it goes around the Earth, constantly presenting us with the same side?

4. The Moon 1,080 miles Radius-(is Actually Only 31.69)

238,855 miles-(is Actually only 3417.5) away from Earth

Totally Eclipse's the Sun-(432,377 miles radius/93 million miles from earth) it's diameter about 864,938 miles.

5. All of the Stars Appear to Move Around the Earth Although They Actually Orbit Polaris Which Does NOT Orbit the Earth?

NASA = Not Actually Scientific Afterall! "Back to the Drawing Board Guy's and Gals"

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https://ts.tychos.space/

https://www.tychos.info/

The Tychos model might make more sense.

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lol Thanks Ekoh! I love Simon's version of Tycho's work. I even named my cat Tycho!

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Jun 6, 2023·edited Jun 6, 2023

It’s nice to find someone who knows about the Tychos model.

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Awesome! Lucky cat!

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Thank you for the links 😊

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It's more than a hop skip and a jump away. It also gets a time slot, when it wanders too far from the axis another star is used.

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Seriously, been staring at that star for 50 years. Never moves. Only the other millions of stars that move around it. Explain the dipper making a swaztika as it makes its way around the North Star changing every season. If we’re hurdling in an elliptical rotation everything would change constantly. Common sense sees that.

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Looking at the north star for 50 years? We're talking a little more than 50 years here, I don't know if it's many hundreds or thousands but you can look it up.

I'm not an astronomer so you'll have to sort out the big dipper without my help. However I was a surveyor and I have used astronomical observations for position and diriection.

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Well Mr Galt you simply answered my question with your own answer of you yourself using astronomical points as a surveyor. We’re not moving but our stars our in a perfect circle above. None of us no for sure but hopefully one day we will. Good day sir.

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Actually the stars were aligned in that shape upon creation. Swastika & its regretful CONnotation came after.

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Please check out Simon Shack's amazing book and planetarium at tychos.info

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good points on education....as a teacher, I believe we should be seeking a child's passions and strengths from the get go, and then focus on and build upon those strengths and passions as opposed to boring them to death and wasting their time on subjects and topics they despise, making them miserable and resentful of the entire education system...this happened to me as a child and I see it happening to kids I cram the English language into here in Taiwan that have no desire to learn English, and make very little progress because of it.....hence wasting their time and making them hate school, teachers, and education in general...these kids have strengths and interests that are not being catered to, and this same scenario takes place across the planet as far as I can see

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Same here. I'm a teacher as well and it kills me force-feeding them this swill because of the end goal of an often useless college degree. I encourage each one to pursue their passion OUTSIDE of school.

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that's awesome and I think all teachers should do what you do! I will also begin doing that more! Think of how good a child could become at farming/gardening/landscape, machinery, writing, architecture, arts, film, physical education, spirituality, charity, etc, and a long list of other important trades and community building skills at a very young age....instead, precious time is wasted and a chunk of their soul being torn out while they are being given a Khazarian Mafia communist style education and a useless degree!

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what u talking about? u on that kokane son?

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I too like the words of Christ. Is that from Mark? still, I'm not sure I follow you my friend. apologies if I offended you

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I wish I could be an observer on an ship way way above this madhouse. At least then I could say the earth is flat as a pancake or an oblate sphere or something completely different. This endless speculation is just a waste of flickering time

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But something keeps you coming back! I think the same sometimes. But I’m a curious one and I’m always thinking and learning

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Dang! I was hoping for a coffee break with you and the Doggo!

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Communion is Last Supper in New Testament & nothing to do w/ Old Testament sacrifice. Several Christian denominations practice Communion. There exists bad and good energy, n'est-ce pas? In short, Communion is divine energy (Holy Spirit).

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I don't know- the idea of it representing the body & blood of Christ, to be ingested by humans, just seems like a [KM] blood sacrifice ritual that they got under the radar into other religions: get believers to jinn up energy for their cult, without realizing what they are doing. Not the only belief/ritual they have managed to use for their advantage, from other organized religions.

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The church only gives people the short version, but there’s a lot more to it. Christ’s physical being and genetics are linked to his energy. With regards to the mingling of the water and the wine during holy Communion, the water represents the Holy Spirit (just as during baptism) and the wine represents the physical body. Mixing them together represents the merging of the Holy Spirit with the physical. Remember that humans had become genetically corrupted by the Nephilim, but Mary was purely human a.k.a. without sin. There is a lot of subtext and symbolism in the Bible. You have to read between the lines and think about the deeper meanings. In changing one’s energy via the Holy Spirit, one also changes their physical being.

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The novus ordo church is not catholic. It is masonic.

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It’s hard for us to unlearn some of these things, especially the ones rooted in fear of eternal damnation!

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I have zero fear of damnation, never have had such a fear. And I learned this stuff on my own.

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Listen to Mauro Biglino and Paul Walis

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Clif is only capable of “Batting 500” - now the crazy old f’uck is living in THE WRONG YUGA

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prove it OR stfu

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I take great joy in sending such trolls into the block house^^.

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Like croquet! Send 'em!

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Obvious troll is obvious Tia.

Your best bet is to ignore it completely.

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Yep, you're right- I'm not half past human yet- still have my pissy moods- plus can tell by spelling and and non-sensical comment, he/they/it is not worth the energy

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Yes, it's called bait. Tia is not a name, and I think you're a doll.

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crazy ‘Tia’ loves her father figure

(smart white gurlz are *never* named Tia)

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Then why are YOU here, asscheese? Just to troll for WEF Schwab?

How does his nutsack taste, loser?

BLOCKED

Smell ya later.

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Yes, our friend Robbie has proven quite thoroughly that he is an asshole troll.

I don't ever block people, but I wasn't aware that you could even do that here.

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Yep... just click on his name, then click on the 3-dot thingy above,,, will give the option to block his craven ass. ;-)

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Caligula.. I know that’s not what Clif is saying, but just sayin..

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Space is fake. YouTube Space Bloopers. Plus it’s really sad Clif still thinks there is such thing as a virus.

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I'll put my money him before you

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That's odd, I hadn't noticed Clif saying such a thing, and I'm pretty sure that's something I would notice. I guess I missed it.

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Clif has talked about virus’ many many times.

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Out with the Kali Yuga and the KM! In with the Dwapara!

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Hi Clif, I always thought the duration of the yugas is 26k years (same as you) and it’s the same amount of time it will take to do one cycle around the galactic center. But how come if you google it, it says 230 million years to do one cycle? I am a bit confused.

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I lived in India for some time before the Internet came into play and all the books I read stated that a yuga was 26,000 years.

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Yeah, but it looks like this cycle is related to a giant star our solar system is spinning around it, not the whole galaxy (I am still not sure about this big star theory, but it makes more sense that spinning the entire galaxy in 26k years)

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I looked it up and got ~26k. Google is woke. So is Wikipedia but sometimes looking at the talk page is enlightening.

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Could you share the link? I know google is woke and they manipulate the search results and would allow just the mainstream narrative to be read, same with wikipedia, but I don’t think they can do much in regard to the size of our galaxy or the velocity of our solar system traveling through the milky way. If there are sound math calculations that show 26k years for our solar system to travel around the black hole in the center of our galaxy, I am all ears for sure!

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I searched for the link when it was topical, I didn't keep it. I don't recall the term for the galactic orbit, that would probably be the thing with the wikipedia page. I started searching 'Age of Aquarius' if I remember and refined it from there. Most of the links were for the song, so maybe that was a false start.

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Please look it up, cause the our milky way galaxy is millions of light years wide, I don’t think it’s possible to go around it in 26k years. My assumption and my theory for this 26k cycle is that it could be related to the radcliffe wave and maybe it will take 26k years for us to go through one cycle of this wave.

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Look it up yourself.

I'm not arguing a position here and I'm not your servant.

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Lol, who forced you to do something? I politely asked you and you can easily refuse! Take it easy man! You don’t need to have an attitude! Anyway, I got my answer from another reply which makes sense, and it’s a cycle of a great star we are spinning around it, not the whole galaxy!

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I haven’t done the math yet to see if it checks out, but it’s more feasible to have such cycle than a galactic one.

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As far as I remember (and I may be wrong), we travel around our Central Sun Alcyone in 26,000 years which travels around the Grand Central Sun in many more years which travels around the Galactic Center in millions of years.

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