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May 29 2012 at 11:51 PM
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God first/man or beast of field/Jesus the flesh/Christ the image of spirit
The you are the best puzzle or lie!

05-30-2012
To be the best you would have be better than all other people walking living on this earth or that have ever lived but die. This is a impossible goal that can never be met even some churches claim that it is possible and you are one. The person that claims you are the best is lying unto you God does want to be better than others.

When a person is so lie to that person begins to believe they are better than others that the beginning of pride into the person's world. No one is better than anyone we are just different levers of understanding depending how fast we learn and how fast we begin to die. Saying we are better than next person can build up ourself to a false sense of realness.

Not knowing we are no better than the next person can paint a picture where we think we are better than God himself. Were we be begin to not even listen to others because there no need because we know better then even Christ. Thank you with love and a holy kiss Roy


 
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I agree Roy

May 30 2012, 1:03 AM 

and I think its most common from those who don't believe in or understand God.

Sometimes Atheists will snub their nose and call God the "sky spook" and make fun of believers and of our God and His Son Jesus our Lord.

They think they know more because of false science.

We are warned of the false science they proclaim;
1 Timothy6:20
20 O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called: {science: Gr. knowledge}
21 Which some professing have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen.

And there are those who understand true science;
Daniel1:4
4 Children in whom was no blemish, but well favoured, and skilful in all wisdom, and cunning in knowledge, and understanding science,

And true science today proclaims and proves creation as fact.
Energy creates matter in laboratories today. Or in other words the WILL power of God to create matter can be reproduced in our laboratories today.

And the people who believe falsely proclaim falsely as to think they are wiser then a god who doesn't exist.

Peace Roy.
Bro Tim






 
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Jackie
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We are MORE than a crammed in label thingy!

May 30 2012, 1:45 AM 

We do not NEED a god, we are shatterings of the ONE anyway! ALL of us!

What matters in this earth existence is that we all try to be the best human being we possibly can WHATEVER label, or no label, we choose to put ourselves under - or not. wink.gif)

See, NO NONSENSE - quick to the chase!

Just be loving and compassionate and have fun and be vigilant to all the possible 'pitfalls' by regular quiet and peace and re-connection to One's LIGHT!


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Tim
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Re: We are MORE than a crammed in label thingy!

May 30 2012, 2:56 AM 

you sound like a feather in the wind sis.

I have firm ground to dig my heels into.

And what about that Lavender perfume you refuse to talk about?

You tell me who is connected Pumpkin. Who is connected and who is guessing?

The purely flowery smell, Lavender I pin pointed it and you deleted the conversation!

What can I say????

If you cut off friends who are connected what will you learn?

The door was open and it freaked you out. Not my problem sis.

Bro Tim

 
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Jackie
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I have NO THING to learn, Tim my dear!

May 30 2012, 6:25 AM 

All I have to do is Rmember and ALL that I need to remember is Within Me, so I go Within! happy.gif

Deleted what post and what about the refusal to talk about lavendar? (Please remind me...happy.gif)

What is this all about? You once said you could smell the lavender I had prepared. I remember that and it was SEH interesting to hear about. happy.gif What else is to be learned from this?

I AM connected!! I am gradually remembering! I need no help, I am on MY WAY!! happy.gif

(Already 'here' actually...tee hee!!) happy.gif


"The door was open and it freaked you out. Not my problem sis."

Freaked out? What door and when? Not your problem? I AM no one's 'problem', not even me! I AM totally at One with ME!

(That you mention the concept of me being a problem kinda points to you having a problem / concern of some sorts for you to sort out look into ?)

I AM a Solitary Soul by choice, though I have a few most loved and trusted soul brothers and sisters that interact when necessary.

Was it soemthing I said, dearest Tim?

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It's a LOVELY DAY over here, Tim. LOADS of sunshine and I AM going to drink it all UP!!


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Tim
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Solitary Soul by choice?

May 31 2012, 2:47 AM 

>>>>I AM a Solitary Soul by choice, though I have a few most loved and trusted soul brothers and sisters that interact when necessary.

Your as solitary and an island as much as the lavendur perfume you make is my dear. wink.gif




>>>>Was it soemthing I said, dearest Tim?

The thread posted was about those who will not learn from others wink.gif and those who think they know it all.

""""I have NO THING to learn, Tim my dear!
All I have to do is Rmember and ALL that I need to remember is Within Me, so I go Within!""""

Love ya Pumpkin wink.gif
Bro Tim

PS. Don't worry about looking like an idiot, my mom called it the "HERE AFTER CLUB".... Every room you walk into you say to yourself "What am I here after????" We all do it wink.gif

Hugs wink.gif
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Jackie
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Worrying about looking like an idiot?

May 31 2012, 3:35 AM 

I AM way past that! happy.gif

With a loud TEE HEE an even louder HA HA!!

And Love to my flakey Tim matey...happy.gif

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Indeed sister

May 31 2012, 8:59 AM 

Comes a time, when we seem not to carry about what "others" think. Well, most others. There are some few whose opinions we respect. But ultimately we reach a place where self examination is all that is required. With a little help from our "higher self", of course. happy.gif

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Re: We are MORE than a crammed in label thingy!

May 30 2012, 8:38 AM 

God first

thanks Jackie

yes be loving and compassionate as you live

with love and a holy kiss Roy

 
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Pope Reverend I, BV
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Like Splinters of a Hologram...

May 30 2012, 9:43 AM 


When a Hologram is shattered...
Each of the smaller pieces...
Retains the image...
Of the Original...
-- Larger...
-- Whole.

However...
Each of the smaller pieces...
Retains that image...
From it's Own Perspective.
If a hologram breaks is the whole image visible in each piece?
Think of a hologram as a window. Anywhere you look through a window you see what's on the other side. If you were to paint the window black and scratch a hole in the paint on the left side of that window just big enough to look through, you would see everything on the other side of the window. Like looking through a peephole. If you then scratch another viewing peephole somewhere on the right side of the window, you still can see through, but from a different perspective. This is the same effect that each broken piece of a hologram would display. Just remember that if you have two broken pieces taken from opposite sides of the hologram, and you are looking at an object that looks differently from each side, one piece may let you see just one of those sides while the other piece will let you view the other side. So, you might say that each piece of a hologram stores information about the whole image, but from its own viewing angle. No two pieces will give you a view that is exactly the same.
Those who fail to see the larger image...
In each of the smaller pieces...
Need only change their point of view.
To Gain a Better Perspective.

-PRev1-




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Perhaps not "like"

May 30 2012, 11:31 AM 

But "as".


 
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"like", "as", "comparable to", "in a similar fashion", "

May 30 2012, 11:55 AM 


A minor quibble of semantics.
Have it "as" you will.
After all...
It's merely a matter of...
-- Your Perspective.

-Prev1-




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"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
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Most gracious as always

May 30 2012, 11:56 AM 

Your imminence. Or is it immanence?


 
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If the intended meaning is...

May 30 2012, 12:15 PM 


-- the state of being imminent and liable to happen soon
Then...
The correct spelling would be "imminence".
While the intention would be...
Confusing... (at best).

On the other hand...
If the intended meaning is...
-- an important respected person
The correct spelling would be "eminence"...
While...
The object of that intention...
Would be...
Appropriately...
-- Humbled.

-PRev1-




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-- Nobel Peace Prize, 2009 --
"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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A third

May 30 2012, 12:22 PM 

Certainly not imminent!

However, I was looking for "eminence" and "immanence".

Namaste





http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immanence

Immanence

Not to be confused with Immanant, a term in mathematics, or imminent, a word meaning "soon to happen".

Immanence refers to philosophical and metaphysical theories of divine presence, in which the divine is seen to be manifested in or encompassing the material world. It is often contrasted with theories of transcendence, in which the divine is seen to be outside the material world. It is usually applied in monotheistic, pantheistic, or panentheistic faiths to suggest that the spiritual world permeates the non-spiritual.

Immanence is generally associated with mysticism and mystical sects[citation needed], but most religions have elements of both immanent and transcendent belief in their doctrines. Major faiths commonly devote significant philosophical efforts to explaining the relationship between immanence and transcendence, but these efforts run the gamut from casting immanence as a characteristic of a transcendent God (common in Abrahamic faiths) to subsuming transcendent "personal" gods in a greater immanent being (Hindu Brahman) to approaching the question of transcendence as something which can only be answered through an appraisal of immanence (Some philosophical perspectives).


 
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Re: Perhaps not "like"

May 30 2012, 12:50 PM 

God frist

thanks Mondo

yes as

with love and a holy kiss Roy

 
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Jackie
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Ah yes Prev, the Hologram position

May 30 2012, 12:08 PM 

One hundred per cent with you here!
It makes S E N S E to me in this most 'seemingly' chaotic world, but of course, there is no chaos at all. Quite the opposite. - Smile. happy.gif

Disconnection has caused isolation and a lack of direction. GREAT for the Controlling Forces. Reconnection and precise direction and the breaking down of the us and them and joining forces, well, bye bye nasty dino rulers and lackeys!

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It should make sense, especially...

May 30 2012, 12:20 PM 


To those who believe that...
-- We have been created...
-- In the "Image" of God.

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Kate
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very much so.

May 31 2012, 8:53 PM 

Genesis 1

26 Then God said, Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.

27 So God created mankind in his own image,
in the image of God he created them;
male and female he created them.


What is the image of God? God is spirit. So maybe being made in the image of God means that we each have a spirit.

I know you aren't very fond of the Gospel of John, PRev, but it's still one of my favorites.

John 14

19 Before long, the world will not see me anymore, but you will see me. Because I live, you also will live. 20 On that day you will realize that I am in my Father, and you are in me, and I am in you.

 
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Now, who said...

June 1 2012, 1:12 PM 


I wasn't "fond" of the Gospel of John...?
-- T'wasn't me.

You're just not fond...
Of my interpretation of it, is all.

"I am in my Father, and you are in me, and I am in you."
-- Classic Universalism if ever there was any.
Right up there with St. John, the Liverpudlian.
All that's missing is a little...
-- Goo Goo G'joob...!

-PRev1-




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-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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Kate
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my mistake....

June 3 2012, 3:35 AM 

When you referred to it as a "Gentile perversion" of Judaism to make Jesus more palatable to pagans, I thought that meant you didn't like it.

And actually...when you described it that way...a light bulb switched on in my head. Or maybe the ever-elusive spark in my lamp flickered to life, I dunno... But I realized that may be exactly why the Gospel of John is my favorite and makes the most sense to me. =)

 
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Honest mistake, I suppose...

June 4 2012, 10:45 PM 


I also said that...
-- Judaism is, in fact...
-- The Hebrew Perversion...
-- Of the Polytheistic Sumerian Religion.
And...
I called Paul...
-- The "Self-Proclaimed Apostle".

Those are just statements of facts.
And...
Facts just... Are.

"Like" or "dislike"...
-- Doesn't really enter the picture.

After all...
"Like" or "dislike"...
-- Won't change...
-- The Facts.

-PRev1-




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-- Nobel Peace Prize, 2009 --
"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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Kate
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of course

June 5 2012, 12:06 PM 

Christianity, Judaism, Islam, ancient Sumerian polytheism, paganism, Native American shamanism/animism...all attempts by human beings to understand, describe, and communicate with the spirit that is God. Some come closer to the Truth than others. One spirit, one God, for all people, for all time. Goo goo g'joob. =)

 
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Difference being, of course...

June 5 2012, 1:59 PM 


Native American shamanism/animism...
Aren't related to the Sumerian Pantheon.
While Judaism, Christianty and Islam...
-- Are direct descendents.

Bastard children for sure...
But...
-- Direct descendents none-the-less.

-PRev1-




President Barrack Hussein Obama
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-- Nobel Peace Prize, 2009 --
"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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Ah, PRev, wrong again ..

June 5 2012, 2:15 PM 

I think this is proof positive!

They're all bastard children.





Akan and Native American groups and the Sumerian (Sirian) language

It has been shown in The Akan book and as well in the extras on this
website some of the links between the Akan language and the
Sumerian/Akkadian languages. Robert Morning Sky has also done a similar
comparison for words in the Hopi language and their parallels in Sumerian.
The article can be found in the section of the website featuring RMS's
works. The article is entitled Parallels between the Hopi and the Sumerian
cultures.

Certain Native American groups such as the Hopi, Apache and Navaho (Dine)
originated from the human experiments carried out by Enki and his bunch of
Sirian-Reptilian allies. This is why there are language similarities
between Hopi and Sumerian. Also in RMS's book The Star Warrior Papers,
Bek-Ti, the Pleiadian ET describes at length (page 101) how each of the
three Native American groups just mentioned (as well as those of the Sioux
group of languages) were related to Enki in one way or another.

Another Native American group belonging to the Siouan group of languages is
the Crow. The Crow and the Akan have some inheritance and totemic
similarities as well as an almost identical religious philosophy as far as
the Supreme being is concerned.




Edited only to fix the html link.
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Not at all, my dear Mondo...

June 5 2012, 3:47 PM 


You see...
Certain Native American groups such as the Hopi, Apache and Navaho (Dine)
originated from the human experiments carried out by Enki and his bunch of
Sirian-Reptilian allies. This is why there are language similarities
between Hopi and Sumerian.
While there ARE "similarities"...
Between "Certain Native American groups" and the Sumerians...
It is NOT because THEY are directly related to Each Other...
But, rather...
Because BOTH are products of...
-- Sirian-Reptilian experiments.

So, the "similarities" are drawn...
From a much Earlier Connection...
-- To our Sirian-Reptilian Overlords.

Praise and Glory Be to Grand Master Icke.

-PRev1-






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-- Nobel Peace Prize, 2009 --
"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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Kate
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Goes back much further than that

June 5 2012, 4:08 PM 

The cradle of civilization, the first humans, came from Africa. Where did the Native American people come from?

Belief in the spirit that is God is a very ancient belief.

 
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Vince
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Well I'm pretty sure

June 5 2012, 5:03 PM 

they didn't float across the Atlantic in cradles .. from Africa.

Maybe they were CREATED in America ... just like the Africans were created in Africa?

-Vince

 
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Kate
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I think it's pretty well established

June 5 2012, 5:47 PM 

They walked here, about 10,000-20,000 years ago, across the Bering Land Bridge. There is a genetic link between Native Americans and a population of the southern Altai region in Siberia.

http://news.medill.northwestern.edu/chicago/news.aspx?id=199379


 
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Could be

June 5 2012, 6:07 PM 

... North American Indians might actually be Asians?

What really puzzles me about Native Americans though ... is/was their lack of THE WHEEL.

Chinese had discovered the wheel thousands of years ago. It really doesn't take much knowledge to notice and realize the significance and usefulness of circles and wheels and yet the NAIndians -as advanced as they were in aspects of architecture- never utilized the wheel for transportation of materials.

What was really going on?

Did they actually not KNOW about the wheel ... or did they know very well and deliberately AVOIDED using the wheel and/or use reasoning in any kind of circular way because they recognized some "evil" in some kind of wheel philosophy?

How did they move big rocks into very difficult locations and .... cut them absolutely perfectly without "modern tools"?

Did they utilize a technology that facilitated levitation? If they did -(and that knowledge was lost by the time Europeans arrived here)- it could explain why they had no need for the wheel.

-Vince

 
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Surely you must be...

June 5 2012, 7:28 PM 


Thinking of Central or SOUTH American Native "Indians"...?
The NA variety lived in lean-to's...
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-- and wig-wams.

No "stone-movers" up here, eh...?

-PRev1-




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-- Nobel Peace Prize, 2009 --
"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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Did they not all come from the same place?

June 5 2012, 7:36 PM 

Or did the NA variety come across the Bering Strait (on foot) and the SA variety come across in bobbing cradles?

Whatever ...

NONE of them utilized the wheel!

-Vince

 
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Kate
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Native Americans and the wheel....

June 6 2012, 1:57 AM 

...or lack thereof.

Terrain -- not suited to the wheel, no roads. Better suited to canoe, snowshoes, toboggan, sledge, and travois.

No suitable draft animals -- bison are not easy to domesticate to pull carts. Horses came later.

No need -- in Europe, Africa, and Asia, the wheel was utilized to build monuments and for agriculture -- neither were part of the nomadic Plains Indian culture. In South America, the Incas did train llamas to pull simple carts, and wheeled toys have been found.


 
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I don't buy that

June 6 2012, 5:58 AM 

"wheels" are useful/used in all sorts of things. For instance, wheels and vine ropes could have been used to give mechanical advantage for lifting huge rocks. Cranks and gears ... for stretching rope across canyons.

Evidently they very well KNEW about wheels and gears because they depicted them in their calenders.

http://www.smith.edu/hsc/museum/ancient_inventions/hsc08b.htm

But ... maybe they saw a taboo in using the wheel for anything but esoteric concepts?


-Vince

 
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Kate
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I'm not selling anything.

June 6 2012, 8:25 AM 

Not my ideas, and I'm not an anthropologist. Central American Indians knew about the wheel, but used it in limited fashion. The nomadic Plains Indians of North America did not.

http://history.howstuffworks.com/native-american-history/history-of-native-americans4.htm

Although Central American Indians made wheeled figurines, the wheel as a transportation device was unknown to the Indians until the arrival of Europeans. Instead of wagons, the Plains tribes used the travois. It consisted of two poles bound on either side of an animal, with the other ends dragging along the ground and a mat or bundle tied between them. Dogs, the Indians' only fully domesticated animals, were used before horses were obtained, and could draw only light loads. When horses were acquired, the travois became practical for long journeys.

The principal form of water transport was the canoe. The bark-frame canoe was used in northern areas from Alaska to the Atlantic coast. Framed of spruce wood and covered with bark (usually birch) sewn together and made waterproof with pitch, it was light and could be easily carried. The dugout canoe was used on the Pacific coast, in the South, and in parts of the northeast and Great Lakes areas. It was made of a single log, hollowed out by burning or cutting. Some dugouts were as much as 100 feet (30 m) long.

The bull boat of Missouri River tribes was made of buffalo hide stretched on a circular framework of willow branches. The balsa, made of rushes tied in bundles, was used by Indians of the Pacific Slope. Some tribes had no boats; the Blackfeet, for example, used only temporary rafts.


http://www.factmonster.com/ce6/sci/A0852031.html

Through the many millennia of the Paleolithic period and the Neolithic period no use of the wheel was known to humans. Its use was not known to the Native Americans until the Europeans introduced it. In the Old World it came into use in the Bronze Age, when oxen and horses were first used as draft animals and wheeled vehicles were devised. Wheels for vehicles were at first solid wooden disks; spoked wheels were introduced c.2700 B.C. The potter's wheel was invented in the Bronze Age, earlier pottery being made, like that of the Native Americans, without the use of the wheel. See gear; tire; wheel and axle.

See R. J. Forbes, Studies in Ancient Technology (1955); E. Tunis, Wheels (1955); W. Owen et al., ed., Wheels (1972).


If this timing is correct, and the Bering Land Bridge migration occurred 10-20 thousand years ago, and the group may have lived in isolation for several thousand years before the crossing, then the Native Americans left home before the wheel was invented.


 
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The Aztecs, Vince.

June 6 2012, 4:48 AM 


122002.jpg
-- They knew about the wheel.

And, as I have already pointed out...
According to the link Mondo provided...
NA natives were the product of an experiment.
They were created by Our Reptilian Overlords from Sirius.

SA natives...
Were, probably, the more intelligent product.
They headed South...
To the land of Tequila...
And Perpetual Sunshine.
Far from their less intelligent Northern Relatives...
Who thought camping in tents...
Throughout the winter...
Was a good idea.

They probably never looked back.
And...
I doubt they regretted that decision.

-PRev1-




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-- Nobel Peace Prize, 2009 --
"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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Reminds me of my childhood musings

June 6 2012, 10:33 AM 

My parent immigrated from Europe to Canada. I wondered, why did they have to land in Edmonton? I mean, there were some much nicer climates.

I know, the rest of their family was here at the time. One uncle moved to Wisconsin, then California, the other to Vernon.

There were options. Having said that, I remain. Luckily my car has round tires.


 
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Good thing about those tires...

June 6 2012, 3:45 PM 


It would be a sad and sorry state of affairs...
If you had to strap a couple of tree branches to it...
And...
Drag it behind a horse.

-PRev1-




President Barrack Hussein Obama
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-- Nobel Peace Prize, 2009 --
"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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Vince
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Well no ...

June 6 2012, 4:29 PM 

He would simply flap the branches with his engine and then FLY ... wherever.

-Vince

 
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Pope Reverend I, BV
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According to the link Brother Mondo gave us...

June 5 2012, 7:22 PM 


They were created, as part of a human/alien experiment...
By the Reptilian Overlords...
rigelandsiriuswithlabel.jpg
-- from Sirius.

So...
No connection to...
-- The African Origins Theory.

-PRev1-




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-- Nobel Peace Prize, 2009 --
"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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Vince
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Oh Lordy

June 5 2012, 5:01 PM 

Have you now become a follower of Icke?!? Horrors.

I listen to "that stuff" with half an ear and eyes wide open.~

I'm not sure at all about anything when it comes to the "unknown" ... but I pay some attention because ... anything is POSSIBLE when it comes to what is unknown.

-Vince

 
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Pope Reverend I, BV
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*-ahem-*...

June 5 2012, 7:16 PM 


Just "working" with what was handed to me.
-- (It's a little something called, "Improv".)

-PRev1-




President Barrack Hussein Obama
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-- Nobel Peace Prize, 2009 --
"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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Vince
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Yes *-ahem-*...

June 5 2012, 7:42 PM 

Yes ....

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Mondo
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Lord Tunderin' Jaysus

June 5 2012, 8:48 PM 

He's no Alex Jones.

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Nicely played

June 5 2012, 8:49 PM 

The old Howlin' Howellian spin-o-rama.


 
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Pope Reverend I, BV
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Gotta admit...

June 6 2012, 4:51 AM 


As a Student of Howellian Discourse...
-- I have learned from the Master.

-PRev1-




President Barrack Hussein Obama
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-- Nobel Peace Prize, 2009 --
"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
-- George Orwell, "1984" --


"If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that's when I would worry."
-- Neuropsychologist Katherine Rankin.

 
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Re: Ah yes Prev, the Hologram position

May 30 2012, 12:57 PM 

God first

thanks Jackie

yes Our existence the projection of 'another which we call ___

with love and a holy kiss Roy

 
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Jackie
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"Our existence the projection of 'another which we call ___ "

May 31 2012, 3:31 AM 

Indeed Roy...wink.gif

That Special Holy Kiss...

Love
Jackie
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year2027 = us - Roy
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Re: Like Splinters of a Hologram...

May 30 2012, 12:48 PM 

God first

thanks -PRev1-

that was beautiful my friend

we are all the same

with love and a holy kiss Roy

 
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If God Is

May 30 2012, 11:31 AM 

Then God Is.

Some of us seem to "need" God.

Does God "need" us? Maybe. Does God "need" worship? I think not -- and so often worship turns to hatred of others, and a spiral of violence starts. This is not of God.

Religion. We don't need. For sure. It's an invention of "Satan", it seems ..


peace universal

 
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Jackie
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An oft pondering of mine, Mondo

May 30 2012, 11:52 AM 

Does The Source need 'our' experiences to evolve? Or is ALL 'Perfect' and Total and The Source just 'needs' to know all It can be and / or do?

It has to be guess work, (I guess wink.gif).

(How far can each of us can? How much can each of us achieve?

We are not little, useless, helpless folk, though a cursory look around at some might appear that to be a fact...

Come on - let's head for the sky / cosmos / Whatever!! )


So I don't beat myself up over any kind of answer but it's fun to think on now and again! happy.gif

Love
Sis.
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Let's head for the sky

May 30 2012, 5:47 PM 

Personal ascendancy.

Could well be what it is all about. happy.gif


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Re: I agree Roy

May 30 2012, 8:35 AM 

God first

thanks Tim

with love and a holy kiss Roy

 
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