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PostPosted: Sun Jul 19, 2009 3:55 am 
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And on top of everything else the solar system is not a mechanical rig as most believe, but a system driven by harmonic vibrations (pulses).

And in the context of spiral expansion the earth expands (grows) and moves in cycles further from the sun.

It should also be noted that there are no billions of years as such, the whole idea of millions and billions of years is a human concept intended to explain the slow and gradual development of life on earth.

It gives us the impression that the earth's history continued along in a smooth and orderly manner...but this is hardly the truth.

This is why the sun played such an important role in the lives of the ancients, as they understood the harmonic nature of the solar system and its cycles.

If you want to understand the laws of harmonics check out the work of Bruce Cathie.


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When it comes to being able to tell how old the dino is or how old the paramids are, or anything like, how is this possible.
I don't believe in the possibility of carbon dating things back to millions of year.
Ever hear the story of the scientis who dug up the bones of some unknown animal and dated them to be at least 500,000 years old.
And the bad thing about it is, that the remains were actually that of a prize cow, the farmer/owner of the land buried in the field only three years before.
So this carbon dating, In my opinion doen't mean sh**.
So in actuallity, the dino could have walked the earth with man kind only 10,000 years back.
And where did we come up with such a date as billions of years.
And on top of this, how do we possitivily know that all the dino's are dead, have we covered every inch of this planet, NOT, since there are still lands right here in Maine that have never been touched by man, and there are places in Oregon, and Washington, and I could keep going, and this doesn't count the thousands of uncharted islands, and waterways and such.
Why are we so interested in getting into space when we haven't even explored the whole of the planet yet.
I don't get some people some times.

Jeff


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 10:36 am 
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david barclay wrote:
And on top of everything else the solar system is not a mechanical rig as most believe, but a system driven by harmonic vibrations (pulses).

And in the context of spiral expansion the earth expands (grows) and moves in cycles further from the sun.

It should also be noted that there are no billions of years as such, the whole idea of millions and billions of years is a human concept intended to explain the slow and gradual development of life on earth.

It gives us the impression that the earth's history continued along in a smooth and orderly manner...but this is hardly the truth.

This is why the sun played such an important role in the lives of the ancients, as they understood the harmonic nature of the solar system and its cycles.

If you want to understand the laws of harmonics check out the work of Bruce Cathie.


Very intersting information, thanks, David.
I have thought for along time now, that the ancients understood the Universe much better than we do today. And in regards to Earth's history, yes, it's anything but smooth, like you said, it's just used to lure people into a false sense of security. I have spoken to people about possible coming cataclysm's and they all seem to think that because we have built up our nice little cities that nature couldn't possibly destroy them. This being a good example of the false sense of security the majority of the population have been lured into.

I'll be sure to check out the work's of Bruce Cathie, sounds intersting.

Peace, Caper.


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