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  1. Michael Larkin

    Doubts about the moon landings

    That's a fascinating site, LS. Thanks for posting.
  2. Michael Larkin

    Doubts about the moon landings

    Well, if the Van Allen belts are nonsense, one has to explain why NASA is on record as saying they are dangerous. And if they said that, why they ignored them on the moonflights. It's the inconsistencies that bug me. They can't seem to get all their ducks in a row. I mean, why stop people flying...
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    Coronavirus Pandemic

    I am also 71 and am resisting. As to whether I should resist, well that's a different question. Only time will tell whether or not I'm right to resist. I make no recommendation either way; it's up to individuals to decide which way to go, and I wish everyone (including me) good luck in their...
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    Doubts about the moon landings

    What I make of it is that it's the best presented case against the moon landings I have so far seen. As for me, I remain agnostic. Maybe the landings happened and maybe they didn't. Whatever, a lot of what's been, and continues to be, going on, seems to be quite fishy. The whole unvarnished...
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    William Ramsey, Lawyering Christianity |497|

    I've just stumbled across the following video. It should ring a familar bell for you, even in the first 15 minutes or so:
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    William Ramsey, Lawyering Christianity |497|

    And here are my further reflections: The main puzzle for me right now is trying to figure out whether or not, after ego death, individuated alter consciousnesses continue to exist. I wonder whether the sum total of all alters comprise one part of M@L's internal experience of itself. I have this...
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    William Ramsey, Lawyering Christianity |497|

    Just to be sure, when you said: "So quite literally it is not is one thing and it is not is two things, it is clearly not two things. So non dual", are the bits I've highlighted in red typos that can be omitted? IOW, is this a statement of your experience of non-duality, that there isn't a...
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    William Ramsey, Lawyering Christianity |497|

    Let me see if I can put this in different terms, and you tell me how close I am. Right now, I'm imagining what it was like when I was a baby. I can see, hear, smell, taste and touch/feel myself being touched. I haven't yet learnt any language, so I have no concepts, i.e. nothing conceptual with...
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    William Ramsey, Lawyering Christianity |497|

    He does perhaps express these aspects from time to time even if not explicitly. Lately, since he gave up his old day job and started the Essentia foundation, he's been doing a lot more interviews and if you listen to them, you'll learn more about him and his philosophy. If you have the time...
  10. Michael Larkin

    THC -- The Higherside Chats: Alex Tsakiris | Scientism, Spirituality, & Why Evil Matters

    Not quite sure why it's in the best interests of airlines to press for vaccine passports. Wouldn't they result in less people (those who choose not to get vaccinated) electing not to travel? And what exactly would be the advantage for corporations/global businesses? I may be missing something --...
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    William Ramsey, Lawyering Christianity |497|

    LS, you have read Bernardo Kastrup, I think -- I seem to recall your posting on his forum, forgive me if I'm wrong about that. IMO, he explains all this stuff with a lot of clarity and with the help of a number of metaphors (ripples, dissociation and so on). Anyway, if you have read his stuff...
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    William Ramsey, Lawyering Christianity |497|

    As I see it, the potential for all discoverable things would have to exist before they could be discovered. As to non-discoverable things, they either don't exist, or if they do (since they can't be discovered), they might as well not. The operation or application of discovered things is...
  13. Michael Larkin

    David Icke, Love Not Fear is The Answer |460|

    As far as I've been able to determine, the virus alleged to be causing Covid-19 (Sars-CoV-2) has not been isolated, and that would have to be done if one wanted to prove it was the cause of the disease. What has been done is to identify certain nucleotide sequences and associate them with...
  14. Michael Larkin

    What is "Agrigoria" ?

    Ah, I see -- my bad. I've got Wikiwand installed as an app in Firefox -- it's a free download.
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    What is "Agrigoria" ?

    Wikipedia is cool? Hey-ho ;-). I can't believe you haven't visited it before - one has to be very careful because large portions of it are controlled by atheistic, scientistic types. Always cross-check anything you read there! But at least it's a quick and easy starting point...
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    What is "Agrigoria" ?

    It might have been Egregore - click to get the Wikipedia article.
  17. Michael Larkin

    Dr. Tom Cowan Insists We Show Him Covid-19 |472|

    It interests me that you say you don't understand all of this, when most of it is perfectly straightforward and aligns with what I've been saying. If you don't understand it, how can you so confidently assert that people claiming the virus hasn't been isolated are like flat earthers? Aren't you...
  18. Michael Larkin

    Dr. Rupert Sheldrake has a good email Newsletter

    When old fogies and young fogies intermingle, maybe that's sometimes what you get.
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    Robert Bonomo, Follow the Money to the Non-Dual Path |491|

    It might help if you mentioned to whom that question was addressed...
  20. Michael Larkin

    Neil deGrasse Tyson - Surprising Video

    Frankly, I dunno. I can insert a video by simply pasting a URL, true enough, as immediately below: But if there's no difference with the method I posted, I'm left wondering why they provide two different ways of doing the same thing...
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