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Life After Death!

Tamborine man
post Feb 29 2012, 12:09 AM
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'May all beings be free from physical suffering
May all beings be free from mental suffering
May all beings take care of themselves happily'






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elreb
post Feb 29 2012, 08:08 PM
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Oh Gosh,

What is the correct word or title…for leadership that gives back to the people? [Zero]

Central governments, Central banks and Central religions only want for themselves.

They never give back to “that which made” their existence possible.

The people are god and deserve happiness…in exchange for their labors…

“Free my People” before they weary…and awaken…

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Tamborine man
post Mar 14 2012, 12:00 AM
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Today is International 'pi' day!

(14/3-2012 or 3/14-2012, depending upon where you live).


I wonder how many generations has to pass before the scientific
world officially recognizes that the absolutely true, absolutely real,
absolutely genuine pi, is in actual fact based upon the constant ratio

of 22/7 or 3.14285714285714……. repeated ad infinitum.

How many generations to come before they will admit they 'forgot'
to take into account a very important factor, a factor so vital to have
been included in their calculations to determine the true pi!?

Here again is the Axiom which gives them the missing part they clearly
should have taking into consideration, but instead omitted all together:


THE INTERSECTION OF 2 CURVES CAN NEVER CREATE A POINT.
ONLY WHEN 2 STRAIGHT LINES INTERSECT CAN A POINT OCCUR.


Could it be, that the reason they will ignore this Axiom in long times
to come, is because it was given to them by a non-scientist?
I think that could be a real possibility, so please, do not wait for the
Mathematicians or the Physicists to catch up, but start spreading the
words - "start spreadin' the news" – today, to avoid the shame it would
be, if future generations should suffer becoming embarrassed on our
behalf on this particular point, as they already will become in so many
other ways, seeing how shamefully we conduct ourselves in this day
and age!

Cheers


PS!
Post 722! God, how i love this kind of 'coincidences' .......




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post Mar 15 2012, 10:27 PM
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Mar 13 2012, 06:00 PM) *
Today is International "Elreb" day!
Post 722! God, how i love this kind of 'coincidences' .......

On my computer…post #722 relates to Andy Whitfield who died at the age of 39 from non-Hodgkin lymphoma on 11 September 2011 in Sydney, Australia. [9-11]

I have had non-Hodgkin lymphoma for 11 years. When I am under treatment, it cost about $200,000 per year.

Well, I am still out there, yet limited on what I can do. I own a tent and live next to the ocean.

I have a cat and the internet. [Yes we are resourceful ]

What more could you want?
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Tamborine man
post Mar 16 2012, 03:11 PM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Mar 14 2012, 01:27 AM) *
On my computer…post #722 relates to Andy Whitfield who died at the age of 39 from non-Hodgkin lymphoma on 11 September 2011 in Sydney, Australia. [9-11]

I have had non-Hodgkin lymphoma for 11 years. When I am under treatment, it cost about $200,000 per year.

Well, I am still out there, yet limited on what I can do. I own a tent and live next to the ocean.

I have a cat and the internet. [Yes we are resourceful ]

What more could you want?



Very interesting coincidence as well, but perhaps not as uplifting!!

I might get myself a cat, too!

All the best, brother -

Cheers

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post Mar 16 2012, 10:08 PM
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Mar 16 2012, 09:11 AM) *
I might get myself a cat, too!

The kittens were born under my “cot”…mothered by a stray female.

I kept 1 male and 1 female. [Boy cat & Girl cat]

“Girl” cat is probably the most intelligent Felis catus that I have ever given a home to.

She acts more like a dog and is never more than 5’ away.

We should learn from nature…then leave it alone.
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post Mar 30 2012, 03:17 PM
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Tamborine Man,

If you haven’t seen it already…watch the documentary “”The Nature of Existence”” by Roger Nygard.

He asks the same 85 questions to a dozen different people; including Christians, Islam, Buddhist, Hindu, Jews, Jainist, Scientist, Physics, Pagans, Biologist and you name it…

He received 12 different answers…no wonder people fight so much...

The Christians answered every question with “Jesus”.

The funny part is…the Scientist are wrong too!
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Tamborine man
post Apr 1 2012, 04:14 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Mar 28 2012, 06:17 PM) *
Tamborine Man,

If you haven't seen it already…watch the documentary ""The Nature of Existence"" by Roger Nygard.

He asks the same 85 questions to a dozen different people; including Christians, Islam, Buddhist, Hindu, Jews, Jainist, Scientist, Physics, Pagans, Biologist and you name it…

He received 12 different answers…no wonder people fight so much...

The Christians answered every question with "Jesus".

The funny part is…the Scientist are wrong too!



Hi elreb,

Googled it today, watched some of the videos and read all the questions.

Funny thing is that absolutely all the questions have been answered already

to the fullest satisfaction, in 'the Monumental work' i have quoted in the OP

and other places in this thread.

It was this 'work' that put me on the road to discover the True purpose of

'The Great Pyramid' in Giza - as laid out in many of the previous pages.


"All the answers" in this unique 'work' will one day unite all of mankind

into a completely harmonious 'Whole'. Needless to say that each single

human being will forever retain his or hers 'eventually' well-earned fully

developed individuality and personality, and in this way will contribute

to the whole; rendered by the talents, skills and abilities gathered

through many many, and at times, very difficult incarnations that each

individual had to endure, in this our world of Darkness we call Earth!


Long long 'times' will still have to pass before this will happen though -

but this is merely where one of the most important of all the 'virtues'

comes in to play, namely "Patience"!

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post Apr 2 2012, 12:07 AM
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Mar 31 2012, 10:14 PM) *
one of the most important of all the 'virtues' comes in to play, namely "Patience"!

Brother T-Man,

I heard a story that NASA sent an unidentified fly object to planet Earth to see if there were any intelligent life here.

To their astonishment…intelligence had become almost extinct…go figure!

Hopefully, the “knuckle draggers” will stay hidden in their caves.
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post Apr 2 2012, 02:52 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Mar 31 2012, 03:07 AM) *
Brother T-Man,

I heard a story that NASA sent an unidentified fly object to planet Earth to see if there were any intelligent life here.

To their astonishment…intelligence had become almost extinct…go figure!

Hopefully, the "knuckle draggers" will stay hidden in their caves.




As you well know elreb, all the 'visits' to mother Earth by UFO's, all of them

land exclusively somewhere in the 'United States'.

Hence it's from the US of A only, the UFO folks send back their reports to

the mother-ships.

No wonder therefore, the 'impressions' they get, and how depressing That

must be!!


Who knows, one day they might (if they're not too stupid themselves) get

really tired of this very bad and totally meaningless "habit", and actually

send somebody to Tamborine Mountain instead ....perhaps??

One can but only hope! wink.gif

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post Apr 2 2012, 12:51 PM
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Man has encounter with 35 beings from landed UFO

June, 22, 1977 - Bulloo River, Australia

Gold prospector "Albert Smith" noticed three lights in the sky, which moved down toward him and then nestled in a clump of trees near his camp. He saw figures emerge amid dazzling lights. Thus began the most incredible, two days in the life of 47-rear-old Albert, in which he claims he was visited by people from another world at his lonely camp on the Bulloo River in far southwest Queensland.

Source: Brisbane Sunday Sun (Brisbane, Australia), Jan. 8, 1978 ID: 441
Case Type: PressReport Features: Humanoid/Occupant, Communication, Landing, Portholes/Windows


Landing of dome-shaped UFO witnessed at close range in Kettering, Tasmania

February, 1976 - Kettering, Australia

A 39 year-old man in Little Oyster Cove encountered an extraordinary dome-shaped object which had landed. Through the windows of the metallic object, he saw a tall cylindrical object (which he likened to a ship's compass mounting) and 'motionless grey shapes' (like car seats with headrests seen from the rear), perhaps entities. The object rose slowly from the ground, then increased speed and was gone. The next morning, a circular patch of scorched grass was found at the site.

Source: Bill Chalker (1996) ID: 630
Case Type: StandardCase Features: Landing, Physical Trace, Witness Sketch, Humming, Portholes/Windows


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post Apr 3 2012, 05:05 AM
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I'm talking about the "real" thing, elreb!

Like what we see in 'Cowboys and Aliens', 'Independence Day',

'The day the earth stood still', etc. etc. and so on and on and on .....


- something 'tangible' elreb, not something out of people's phantasy!


Worked on 'pitch black' the movie, here at Warner Studios in

Oxenford, Queensland, with 'Vincy baby' Diesel in the lead, so therefore

consider myself a "real" expert on all things 'Alien'.

Just ask me any question you like - sort of within reason - of course! starwars.gif

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post Apr 3 2012, 09:31 PM
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Apr 2 2012, 11:05 PM) *
Just ask me any question you like - sort of within reason - of course!

To be honest with you…I’m not very good in believing in hocus focus!

Bigfoot, Lock Ness, Martians, Goblins, Talking snakes and Sons of god…

On the other hand, I know we have illegal aliens and folks without papers.

On my best day, I believe that intelligent life did “Not” originate on this planet.

Why would god create 7 billion “Assholes”?


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post Apr 4 2012, 03:35 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Apr 2 2012, 12:31 AM) *
To be honest with you…I'm not very good in believing in hocus focus!

Bigfoot, Lock Ness, Martians, Goblins, Talking snakes and Sons of god…

On the other hand, I know we have illegal aliens and folks without papers.

On my best day, I believe that intelligent life did "Not" originate on this planet.

Why would god create 7 billion "Assholes"?



Obviously He didn't.

'Homo sapiens' were created by the 'Oldest' and his gang of lesser 'Oldest'!

God gave the first 'humans' the spark of 'Spirituality' by first imbuing them

with Thought and Will, and subsequently the gift of "Free Will".


the unpalatable demeanour of the bloke above, is a direct result of the
nature of the "Free Will".

And of course the charming, affable, warm, friendly demeanour of yours
elreb, is as well also a direct result of the "Free Will" ......naturally!

He above, just got a new heart. A plastic heart.

As a worthless plastic 'credit' card, it will probably soon be 'rejected', and
first then will true 'reality' be experienced by the poor sod!

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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Apr 3 2012, 09:35 PM) *
of the nature of the "Free Will".

Speaking of Aliens, I heard that US Marine Corp has landed in Darwin!

Now you can get rid of those pesky rabbits…

Do you all have an “Outback Steakhouse”? Bunny on the Barbie…

MATE
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QUOTE (elreb @ Apr 2 2012, 03:18 PM) *
Speaking of Aliens, I heard that US Marine Corp has landed in Darwin!

Now you can get rid of those pesky rabbits…

Do you all have an "Outback Steakhouse"? Bunny on the Barbie…

MATE


Happy Easter to all -

Yes elreb, the 'invasion' has started in the small, and might, perhaps, increase

in the near future!

There's hope though. The 'silly ones' have found that kangaroos are farting far too

much, sending huge amounts of methane out into the atmosphere. The 'sensitive

noses' of the 'G.I.'s' will hopefully recoil in disgust from this onslaught on their

senses, so that only the very few of the 'bravest' would want to come here!!


This time of the year you'll find that it's mostly shrimps or prawns 'they' put on

the barbie.

We, the more 'civilized', will probably stick to the usual 'bangers' and 'T-bones'!

Happy 'holiday' smile.gif

Cheers
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Apr 5 2012, 06:15 PM) *
We, the more 'civilized', will probably stick to the usual 'bangers' and 'T-bones'!

When we grill you might see = beer Brats, Hamburgers, Chicken, Corn on the cob, Shish Kabob, Ono, Ahi and baked Beans.

For the record: Very few people actually eat “Poi”. On the other hand…the Taro plant is great for ponds and fish tanks. Snails love the stuff!
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Before we had recorded histories and religions…

What were earthlings allowed to eat?

I find it interesting that the top 8 most “Obese States in America” are functionally southern “red-neck” Christians. [No offence to Sanders]

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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Apr 5 2012, 06:15 PM) *
Happy Easter to all -

I guess it is safe to say happy May day and happy “Mum’s” day in Australia…
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QUOTE (elreb @ May 9 2012, 01:01 AM) *
I guess it is safe to say happy May day and happy "Mum's" day in Australia…



Thanks elreb!

Will pass this on to my dear wife, who at this moment is sitting by the roadside
under an open 'gazebo', selling flower arrangements and flower bunches to the
"excited" male members of the public!

Our daughter-in-law, who are with child, owns a flower-shop nearby. Shall ask
the wife to pass on your 'hawaiian' greetings to her as well. I don't care it will
be around 4 month too early - her becoming a 'real mum'!

-And me, at long last, become a 'real grandad' .......can't wait!

Cheers
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