SHADILAY BROTHERS!

Logan Brooks
Logan Brooks

Let's inject some levity into this place and take a break from this exhausting presidential election.

So many shills and usurpers here lately. I just want ONE thread to talk about something other than our preordained masters pretending to have an "election".

Tell me some cool stuff Cred Forums. Any random facts that compel your brain to compute?

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James Murphy
James Murphy

What is this shadilay meme? I come here almost every day but must have missed it

Zachary Allen
Zachary Allen

Bro.

lmgtfy.com/?q=shadilay pepe

Now tell me something cool and contribute to the thread!

Aaron Jones
Aaron Jones

Some fun facts:

Track 6 on Breakfast in America is one of my favourite songs, especially the harmonica intro.

I just finished a 7000km road trip through the western US. It was fun, sad, relaxing, and interesting. (pic related)

I drove by Robin Williams' house.

I went to my first MLB game.

2016 has been the most interesting year of my life, nothing personal though.

Bentley Thompson
Bentley Thompson

capitalism will not survive the 21st century socialism is inevitable and there's nothing you can do about it

Leo Cooper
Leo Cooper

Dude, that sounds great. I am happy that you are expanding your horizons.

Jonathan Thomas
Jonathan Thomas

This thread is a temporary respite from the shill fest currently on Cred Forums. Be edgy somewhere else.

Juan Myers
Juan Myers

A Canadian would make this thread

Blake Cruz
Blake Cruz

Is that a turkey sitting on a crow?

Caleb Robinson
Caleb Robinson

clean water
nice building
all those white people

disgusting, they need more diversity

Benjamin Hughes
Benjamin Hughes

What was sad about it if you don't mind me asking?

Andrew Clark
Andrew Clark

Nothing crazy, just certain lulls in the trip made me remember that I have a couple major problems in my life that need a lot of work to resolve. At the moment I was thinking it was all hopeless but talked myself out of it.

Blake Bell
Blake Bell

There's a clock at the royal observatory in Greenwich that almost all other clocks in the world are set to. Until Britain built the railways time was a relatively local idea based on the sun but as brits began moving around the country faster and more regularly time needed to be standardised to allow railway companies to efficiently schedule their trains and people to attend meetings and events on the other side of the country on time. The solution was to have people set pocket watches at the royal observatory and travel by train to all 4 corners of the country and set clocks at railway stations, churches and town halls along the way. When time was standardised globally this 'Greenwich mean time' was used as the standard and now nearly all clocks in the world are set to one clock in London.

Christopher Richardson
Christopher Richardson

Where did you go mister leaf? I'm headed to glacier national park in Montana next year for a motorcycle rally with my parents and I'm super excited. Went to yellow stone last year, hit a bit of Idaho and down to utah

Adrian Garcia
Adrian Garcia

Glacier National Park was my first stop...got rained out and the road was partially closed due to a rocks falling on it, but that Going to the Sun road is absolutely awesome. You'll love it, especially on a bike.

I then traveled through Idaho, Utah (Zion National Park), Vegas, LA, then took the coast highway all the way to Port Townsend.

Charles Butler
Charles Butler

user let me tell you something - under no circumstance is anything ever hopeless.

Eli Murphy
Eli Murphy

Mah nigga. How long were you in Zion? Camped there for two nights with my ex. Was pretty unreal. Did angels landing and a few miles of the narrows. Beauty.

Cooper Parker
Cooper Parker

If there is a god I imagine he'd be hovering through valleys like this frequently.

Brayden Perez
Brayden Perez

If you're referring to GMT, that is true, but GMT has been replaced by UTC, which is largely controlled by the US Navy.

While the royal observatory is still considered a time laboratory, and still provides the common time source for much of europe, most of the rest of the world uses one of the WWV stations or GPS time, both of which are controlled by the US.

Asher Hill
Asher Hill

If you're referring to GMT, that is true, but GMT has been replaced by UTC, which is largely controlled by the US Navy.

While the royal observatory is still considered a time laboratory, and still provides the common time source for much of europe, most of the rest of the world uses one of the WWV stations or GPS time, both of which are controlled by the US.

David Sanchez
David Sanchez

Just a day and a night...hiked to Observation Point. Exhausting but worth it. Was gonna try the narrows but couldn't get a campsite.

Gabriel King
Gabriel King

I took that picture right next to a trail that leads up a path to a formation called angels landing, so I suppose you are warranted in your thoughts!

Xavier Phillips
Xavier Phillips

I'm starting to learn that. Thanks.

Not sure why pic came out sideways, but that was the payoff of the hike.

Gabriel Torres
Gabriel Torres

Fucking cool user.

Gavin Gutierrez
Gavin Gutierrez

Well I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did, hang in there brother, hope shit gets better for you

Jacob Evans
Jacob Evans

What standard is GPS time based on though?

Brayden Davis
Brayden Davis

Seems to be a correlation somewhere.

Landon James
Landon James

Zion was one of the highlights for sure. Thanks bud.

Kayden Cox
Kayden Cox

Sure is jackdurden.com in here.

Isaac Cox
Isaac Cox

GPST, or GPS-TIME, derived from UTC in 1980. GPST is 17 seconds ahead of UTC

Colton Reyes
Colton Reyes

True it's largely just 'tradition' now and more accurate and scientific methods are used today. It's similar to how france has the 'grand kilo' that was the defining standard for metric weight, but I think they use a different method to define kilos now too.

Elijah Richardson
Elijah Richardson

And what is utc derived from?

Nicholas Cooper
Nicholas Cooper

Nope. Kilos are still defined by the weight of a sphere held in a vault in paris. There is an effort underway to link kilos to a universal constant, similar to how all other measures are based in some constant or another.

9,192,631,770 cycles of a cesium atom = 1 second, so they use atomic clocks that count that and go from there.

Jack Thompson
Jack Thompson

9,192,631,770 cycles of a cesium atom = 1 second, so they use atomic clocks that count that and go from there.

That's pretty fucking impressive, what a time to be alive.

Carter Mitchell
Carter Mitchell

Whats even more insane is they now have shrunk the technology to an IC-sized package. They did that over a decade ago. If there was any demand, they could use those as a replacement for quartz crystals in clocks.

James Thomas
James Thomas

I just finished a 7000km road trip through the western US. It was fun, sad, relaxing, and interesting. (pic related)

m8 i lierally just did the same thing, toronto to vancouver. (bit shorter)

pic related, i blew up my engine

Dominic Young
Dominic Young

Nah, pure coincidence.

Jason Cook
Jason Cook

Beautiful.

Jordan Richardson
Jordan Richardson

TAKE A LOOK AT MY GIRLFRIEND

Evan Phillips
Evan Phillips

Human civilisation is much older than you think.

Nicholas Price
Nicholas Price

What a comfy pepe

Austin Morgan
Austin Morgan

Wheres that from and how old is it?

Joseph Lee
Joseph Lee

SHE'S THE ONLY ONE I GOT

Oliver Hall
Oliver Hall

find the Schindler's List ad
every time.

Jason Sanchez
Jason Sanchez

I wish she didn't fuck niggers I want to hang out with her

Zachary Kelly
Zachary Kelly

GO ON

Connor Bailey
Connor Bailey

I'm a young lawyer who defended a father from charges of having raped is mentally retarded daughter. At first ist looked really bad and he was facing 4-5 years. My colleague and I got every testimoney besides her first to be inadmissible because of her illness (brain sclerose, she was very susceptible to suggestions) so we got him off with one year on year on parole for "sexual misconduct" and Not rape.

Feels weird man.

Leo Kelly
Leo Kelly

i've never seen that, it's great

Bentley Davis
Bentley Davis

Jesus what am I writing. Didnt have coffee yet.

Thomas Moore
Thomas Moore

so did he actually rape her or not...? that's kinda what's important

Chase Brooks
Chase Brooks

We dont know. He always told us in confidence that he didnt, but you can never believe clients with these charges.

Ryder Rodriguez
Ryder Rodriguez

ya but what about the physical evidence and stuff? i know real life isn't like C.S.I but the guy got a year in prison for either something he didn'r do or he only got a year for a horrible crime

Isaac Peterson
Isaac Peterson

Standing six feet seven inches, Freuchen was an Arctic explorer, journalist, author, and anthropologist. He participated in several Arctic journeys (including a 1000-mile dogsled trip across Greenland), starred in an Oscar-winning film, wrote more than a dozen books (novels and nonfiction, including his Famous Book of the Eskimos), had a peg leg (he lost his leg to frostbite in 1926; he amputated his gangrenous toes himself), was involved in the Danish resistance against Germany, was imprisoned and sentenced to death by the Nazis before escaping to Sweden, studied to be a doctor at university, his first wife was Inuit and his second was a Danish margarine heiress, became friends with Jean Harlow and Mae West, once escaped from a blizzard shelter by cutting his way out of it with a knife fashioned from his own faeces, and, last but certainly not least, won $64,000 on The $64,000 Question.

Owen Nguyen
Owen Nguyen

If Trump doesn't win so many of our brothers may leave us forever.

Logan Ortiz
Logan Ortiz

if tou're really a lawyer in germany tell us tales of your country, got any good nigger or immigrant defendant stories?

John Campbell
John Campbell

Here is merely SOME evidence (though DEFINITELY not ALL of the evidence) suggesting not only a human presence on Earth BILLIONS of years ago, but also suggesting complex human civilisations on Earth BILLIONS of years ago:

* A human skull fragment from Hungary dated between 250,000 and 450,000 years ago
* A human footprint with accompanying paleoliths (stones deliberately chipped into a recognisable tool type), bone tools, hearths and shelters, discovered in France and dated 300,000 to 400,000 years
* Paleoliths in Spain, a partial human skeleton and paleoliths in France; two English skeletons, one with associated paleoliths, ALL at least 300,000 years old
* Skull fragments and paleoliths in Kenya and advanced paleoliths, of modern human manufacture, in the Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania, dated between 400,000 and 700,000 years
* Neoliths (the most advanced stone tools and utensils) in China of a type that indicate full human capacity, dated to 600,000 years
* Hearths, charcoal, human femurs and broken animal bones, all denoting modern humanity, in Java, dated to 830,000 years
* An anatomically modern human skull discovered in Argentina and dated between 1 million and 1.5 million years years (eoliths -chipped pebbles, thought to be the earliest known tools- at Monte Hermoso, also in Argentina, are believed to be between 1 and 2.5 million years old).
* A human tooth from Java yielding a date between 1 and 1.9 million years years
* Incised bones, dated between 1.2 and 2.5 million years, have been found in Italy
* Discoveries of paleoliths, cut and charred bones at Xihoudu in China and eoliths from Diring Yurlakh in Siberia dated to 1.8 million years
* Eoliths in India, paleoliths in England, Belgium, Italy and Argentina, flint blades in Italy, hearths in Argentina, a carved shell, pierced teeth and even two human jaws all bearing a minimum date of 2 million years (end of part 1)

Cameron Rivera
Cameron Rivera

(start of part 2) Curiously enough, several of the very earliest artifact discoveries display a truly extraordinary level of sophistication. In Idaho, for example, a 2-million-year-old clay figurine was unearthed in 1912. But even this discovery does not mark an outer limit. Bones, vertebrae and even complete skeletons have been found in Italy, Argentina and Kenya. Their minimum datings range from 3 million to 4 million years. A human skull, a partial human skeleton and a collection of neoliths discovered in California have been dated in excess of 5 million years. A human skeleton discovered at Midi in France, paleoliths found in Portugal, Burma and Argentina, a carved bone and flint flakes from Turkey all have a minimum age of 5 million years.
How far back can human history be pushed with discoveries like these? The answer seems to be a great deal further than orthodox science currently allows. As if the foregoing discoveries were not enough, we need to take account of:
* Paleoliths from France dated between 7 and 9 million years
* An eolith from India with a minimum dating of 9 million years
* Incised bones from France, Argentina and Kenya no less than 12 million years old
* More paleolith discoveries from France, dated at least 20 million years ago
* Neoliths from California in excess of 23 million years
* Three different kinds of paleoliths from Belgium with a minimum dating of 26 million years
* An anatomically modern human skeleton, neoliths and carved stones found at the Table Mountain, California and dated at least 33 million years ago
But even 33 million years is not the upper limit. A human skeleton found in Switzerland is estimated to be between 38 and 45 million years old. France has yielded up eoliths, paleoliths, cut wood and a chalk ball, the minimum ages of which range from 45 to 50 million years.
There's still more.

Ayden Cox
Ayden Cox

(start of part 3) In 1960, H. L. Armstrong announced in Nature magazine the discovery of fossil human footprints near the Paluxy River, in Texas. Dinosaur footprints were found in the same strata. In 1983, the Moscow News reported the discovery of a fossilised human footprint next to the fossil footprint of a three-toed dinosaur in the Turkamen Republic. Dinosaurs have been extinct for approximately 65 million years.
In 1983, Professor W. G. Burroughs of Kentucky reported the discovery of three pairs of fossil tracks dated to 300 million years ago. They showed left and right footprints. Each print had five toes and a distinct arch. The toes were spread apart like those of a human used to walking barefoot. The foot curved back like a human foot to what appeared to be a human heel. There was a pair of prints in the series that showed a left and right foot. The distance between them is just what you'd expect in modern human footprints.
In December 1862, The Geologist carried news of a human skeleton found 27.5 m (90 ft) below the surface in a coal seam in Illinois. The seam was dated between 286 and 320 million years. It's true that a few eoliths, skull fragments and fossil footprints, however old, provide no real backing for the idea of advanced prehistoric human civilisations.
But some other discoveries do.
In 1968, an American fossil collector named William J. Meister found a fossilised human shoe print near Antelope Spring, Utah. There were trilobite fossils in the same stone, which means it was at least 245 million years old. Close examination showed that the sole of this shoe differed little, if at all, from those of shoes manufactured today.
In 1897, a carved stone showing multiple faces of an old man was found at a depth of 40 m (130 ft) in a coal mine in Iowa. The coal there was of similar age.

Justin Ortiz
Justin Ortiz

evidence
an anonymous post on an anime image board

Gabriel Moore
Gabriel Moore

(start of part 4) A piece of coal yielded up an encased iron cup in 1912. Frank J. Kenwood, who made the discovery, was so intrigued he traced the origin of the coal and discovered it came from the Wilburton Mine in Oklahoma. The coal there is about 312 million years old.
In 1844, Scottish physicist Sir David Brewster reported the discovery of a metal nail embedded in a sandstone block from a quarry in the north of England. The head was completely encased, ruling out the possibility that it had been driven in at some recent date. The block from which it came is approximately 360 million years old.
On 22 June 1844, The Times reported that a length of gold thread had been found by workmen embedded in stone close to the River Tweed. This stone too was around 360 million years old.
Astonishing though these dates may appear to anyone familiar with the orthodox theory of human origins, they pale in comparison with the dates of two further discoveries.
According to Scientific American, dated 5 June 1852, blasting activities at Meeting House Hill, in Dorchester, Massachusetts, unearthed a metallic, bell-shaped vessel extensively decorated with silver inlays of flowers and vines. The workmanship was described as 'exquisite'. The vessel was blown out of a bed of Roxbury conglomerate dated somewhat earlier than 600 million years.
In 1993, Michael A. Cremo and Richard L. Thompson reported the discovery 'over the past several decades' of hundreds of metallic spheres in a pyrophyllite mine in South Africa. The spheres are grooved and give the appearance of having been manufactured. If so, the strata in which they were found suggest they were manufactured 2.8 BILLION years ago.

Jack Watson
Jack Watson

(start of part 5) What are we to make of these perplexing discoveries? They cannot simply be dismissed. If even ONE of these discoveries is TRUE (and I believe that MANY if not ALL of these discoveries are TRUE), then it changes EVERYTHING that modern mainstream anthropologists THOUGHT they knew about the human species. (end)

Cooper Foster
Cooper Foster

No need to be cheeky on this thread - contribute to it or find another one.

Justin Torres
Justin Torres

VOCAL EXTENDED VERSION

youtube.com/watch?v=Sl2-i7pjWDw

Ian Reyes
Ian Reyes

a metallic, bell-shaped vessel extensively decorated with silver inlays of flowers and vines.

What happened to this world changing find?

Cameron Phillips
Cameron Phillips

It was put into a storehouse belonging to the Smithsonian away from public view that contains artifacts and fossils that contradict the official Darwinian account of human origins. Michael Cremo actually managed to go into this storehouse (surprisingly enough) and took a photo of a mortar and pestle stored there that was found in strata about 30 million years old (if I remember correctly).

Easton Harris
Easton Harris

Even Darwin didn't believe his bullshit.

Charles Darwin acknowledged the inadequacy of evolution when he wrote,

To suppose that the eye, with all its inimitable contrivances for adjusting the focus to different distances, for admitting different amounts of light, and for the correction of spherical and chromatic aberration, could have been formed by natural selection, seems, I freely confess, absurd in the highest possible degree. (Darwin 1872)

Austin Powell
Austin Powell

What the fossil record indicates to us is quite creepy.
Plants first appear in the fossil record about 450 million years ago. There is no indication of them having developed out of any earlier form. They simply appear. What's more, every major form of plant arrives together. This can only be explained in orthodox evolutionary terms if none of the millions of intermediate stages which led to this dramatic development ever fossilised. The chances against this are ASTRONOMICAL.
The first flowering plants also appear in the fossil record fully formed. Although we have an abundance of fossils of the earlier, non-flowering species, not a single one of these can be described as an intermediate form on the evolutionary path to flowers. At one point, there were no flowering plants. At another, flowering plants were all over the place.
You find exactly the same bizarre pattern in the animal kingdom.
The earliest fish with spines and brains appeared some 450 million years ago. In all the many curious lifeforms discovered in the sea, they had no apparent evolutionary ancestors. According to orthodox doctrine, the cartilaginous skeleton found in the certain fish - like the ray - gradually evolved into a bony skeleton. The fossil record shows cartilaginous fish appeared (without apparent ancestors) 75 million years AFTER bony fish.
Orthodox doctrine also insists fish with jaws gradually evolved from jawless varieties. The fossil record shows nothing of that sort. Fish with jaws suddenly appeared, with no discernible ancestry. Furthermore, these jawed fish somehow evolved into one jawless species - the lamprey - despite the fact that jawlessness is supposed to be a characteristic destined to be selected out of the life stream. (end of part 1)

Eli Edwards
Eli Edwards

(start of part 2) Darwinian theory suggests that lung-fish, capable of breathing both on land and underwater, eventually evolved primitive legs out of their gills and crawled onto a beach to become the first amphibians. Amphibians certainly exist. What isn't known to currently exist is a single intermediate fossil tracing the famous lung-fish gills-to-legs evolutionary sequence. Some 320 million years ago, fossils of fully a dozen orders of amphibians began to be laid down. All had well-developed limbs, shoulders and pelvic girdles. None showed the slightest sign of having evolved from fish or even from anything else that evolved from fish.
Fish species themselves show no signs of evolution. The shark who terrifies swimmers today is the same beast he was 150 million years ago. Oysters and mussels have been around unchanged for even longer - they appeared in their present form and were arguably just as delicious 400 million years ago.
Mammals appeared suddenly as well. The orthodox theory suggests that they evolved from a single, tree-dwelling, shrew-like creature that expanded into the niche left when the dinosaurs perished. There was indeed such a creature, but the fossil record gives no indication whatsoever that it evolved into anything. Instead, 10 million years after the dinosaurs disappeared, a dozen or so separate and distinct mammalian species turn up without warning in the fossil record... in areas as distinct as South America, Africa and Asia. There are no intermediate fossils showing a connection between these mammals and the earlier shrew. There are no fossils showing any inter-species evolution either. Among the fossil mammals that appeared so abruptly at that time are lions, bats and bears that you would recognise IMMEDIATELY if you were chased by them today. What's going on here? (end)

Eli Hall
Eli Hall

Guys, I just had a thought.

What if, being one of the most infamous tragedies of the past fifty years, especially one with a sigil-like symbol (The towers), MEME MAGIC is what's Mandela effect-ing the 9/11 predictions into existence?

They don't exist for any other event in as great a quantity; Not WW2 (No symbol), not the Iranian Hostage Crisis (No symbol), nothing has as great a quantity of predictions as 9/11, because with 9/11, a massive amount of people pay attention and divert willpower to a collective symbol. The towers.

Think about it. Meme magic is not a new thing.

Brody Sullivan
Brody Sullivan

nonstrawman political comic
I guess reality is just that potent huh?

Nathaniel Phillips
Nathaniel Phillips

I'm not sure what you're saying

Landon Collins
Landon Collins

What?

Julian Watson
Julian Watson

Symbols are holographic projections of vibrational information fields. What we call 'reality' is holographic in nature and is made of vibrational information fields. The base state of everything in 'reality' is ENERGETIC WAVE-FORM INFORMATION. EVERYTHING. The energetic wave-form information level of 'reality' is THE MOST FUNDAMENTAL LEVEL of 'reality'. Spoken words are vibrational information fields generated by vocal cords and you hear them when they are decoded by your brain. You consciously hear what they say as long as they are loud enough. Symbols are the same in every respect except that we don't hear them. They are energetic information fields just like words, but they enter the brain through the sight processes SUBLIMINALLY without us even consciously noticing them (most of the time, that is). This is why symbols are so powerful in infiltrating and manipulating 'reality'. They are gateways to the psyche. Chinese philosopher Confucius said: "Signs and symbols rule the world, not words nor laws."
If you can be manipulated to focus on a symbol, that is even better for the Cabal, because the frequency of the symbol's energetic information field reflects the frequency of whatever it is symbolising. Focus on a symbol makes an energetic connection and you connect not only with the symbol, but also with what the symbol represents.

Robert Morgan
Robert Morgan

I once took a 10,000 mile roadtrip around America with a random Cred Forums girl I picked up on the road. We visited 21 national parks and monuments and stayed together for 2 years after that. She cheated on me after my dad died so I dumped her. This was 1 year ago in 3 days.

My net worth is $370,000.

I'm developing a video game.

I think my eventual suicide is essentially guaranteed.

I'm drunk and wish I had something better for you Cred Forums.

Henry Long
Henry Long

Breakfast in America is the most Jewish sounding song ever.

Henry Bailey
Henry Bailey

No i don't. Just some turkroaches and Russians bashing each others heads in. Nothingofvaluelost.jpg

Carson Robinson
Carson Robinson

fun fact: you won't be around past the 21st century Nostradamus

Jacob Kelly
Jacob Kelly

Go fuck your ai gf, leaf faggot

Ethan Evans
Ethan Evans

thanks for the suggestion user

I'm now an #amerifatshitposter

Lucas Cooper
Lucas Cooper

The American West is glorious country. I'm glad you got to experience some of it. I've done similar trips myself, and each one leaves me feeling I have even more to see.

I used to live down the road from Robin. Though even more than Tiburon I love the top of Mt. Tam.

Asher Martin
Asher Martin

So I recently broke up with my gf and I slowly realized that I was always reaching out to girls in the hope that they'd made me feel better about this life I'm living. I don't really like being alive, but when you fall in love it's better for a while, but that doesn't last.

Now I'm starting to realize that I'm not going to be happy no matter which female I'm dating. I'm just not sure if that means I need to go get myself jewed in therapy or if I need to do something else with my life, but I need to stop using women as a bandaid for emptiness.

Nathan Long
Nathan Long

Very simple yet profound conclusion you have come to user - and you're absolutely right about it.

You must find "God" at all costs. That is what is most important. Stay as far away from the catholic church as you can. Read the new testament of the bible in it's entirety. And try to find a NONDENOMINATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

Of course church is not necessary, nor is Christianity. But my advice to you is, seek god wherever you can find him.

Matthew 6:25-34

25 "Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more important than food, and the body more important than clothes? 26 Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they? 27 Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his life F30 ? 28 "And why do you worry about clothes? See how the lilies of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. 29 Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these. 30 If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, will he not much more clothe you, O you of little faith? 31 So do not worry, saying, 'What shall we eat?' or 'What shall we drink?' or 'What shall we wear?' 32 For the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them. 33 But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. 34 Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

Levi Bennett
Levi Bennett

it means you have to man up to your damage and the how and why of it. Realize what your personality traits are how they affect your choices/life. Understanding your core and drive is the biggest step you can take before you can harness it, learn to love truth and put yourself on a positive path my boy and learn love yourself and the world your in.

Jaxson Gutierrez
Jaxson Gutierrez

You're definitely on the right track, ozbro. Everything vibrates. And symbols are the condensation of *the connections between things*.

The human psyche functions almost entirely at the symbolic level. The ego, which perceives itself as separate (from everything), is as much of the functioning of the psyche as the paint on a car.

About the brain and the ego being in charge of much of anything, I think a good metaphor is from the opening of The Simpsons. There's a moment where baby Maggie is seen behind a steering wheel, and she for all the world believe she's driving the car (a terrifying thought). But we pull back and we see Maggie is in truth being driven her loving mother, Marge, who keeps Maggie safe. This is the relationship of the ego (Maggie) to the Self, the Infinite part of us (Marge). So I've found it helpful to always ask what it is my deeper Self is asking me to see and feel when it brings my attention to a particular thing (a thought, an emotion, a memory, an event). It could have brought my awareness to anything at all - so why did my Life decide to steer me to *that*?

The practice of meditation (aside: *everything* is a meditation. Meditation is simply any act that invokes and stabilizes a state of consciousness. The leap of awakening is to recognize we can *choose* the meditations we do, rather than always do our unconscious "this is me being 'me' " meditation), of stilling the ego so those symbolic connections between everything and our tiny, separate, literal ego can be re-grown, is necessary for the second half of life, the Return to Source - which is what we as Judeo-Christian-Capitalist society are about to begin.

So keep going and choose a heart-centered meditation practice, and continue your dance with symbolic expression. That path is the future for us all.

Matthew Jones
Matthew Jones

get infraredpilled on the human condition
youtube.com/watch?v=FykPS1cpDaY
youtube.com/watch?v=DwrrqrdgSNs
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Blake Parker
Blake Parker

a fine shadiley to you all

i'm from the berenstein universe where it was shadliey

Eli Hill
Eli Hill

Links? videos? websites? pls

Elijah Bailey
Elijah Bailey

Well then Shadiley to you too brother! Shadiley!

Dominic Phillips
Dominic Phillips

What in the hell? Some people just live incredible lives; this guy is at the level of fucking Marco Polo (if Polo's tales are indeed true)

Carter Ortiz
Carter Ortiz

I was under the impression a cubic centimeter of water weighed 1 gram, making 1 liter of water a kilogram. In addition, all the units of energy used in metric calculation are done based off the energy needed to increase the temperature of a gram of water by 1 degree Celsius

Adam Morris
Adam Morris

Or rather maybe its a cubic millimeter.

James Wilson
James Wilson

wow

i don't know if it's true or not but i'm gonna prefer to think it is and never look him up

Jose Brooks
Jose Brooks

OK, I'll see what I can find that's link-based.

Part of what I've spent the last few years of my life working on is how to translate what is fundamentally a body-based experience (our bodies are the chrysalis and focusing lens for our souls; the separation of mind from body as our present communications systems demand is what causes psychosis) into something that can be followed through words, pictures, and sound.

But since I'm not done I can't just throw a link at you. However, the things which we're discussing (or at least talking about discussing and experiencing) are timeless, and exist outside of time (since time is simply a side-effect or consequence of partitioned consciousness, in the same way that words and pages and frames of video are artifacts of how our egos need to experience books or videos - the stories, the wholeness of the experience, exists as a complete thing whether or not we egoically dice it up into ever-more-atomic pieces). So there are lots of paths, I'll just have to think for a few minutes about some ways to get started.

To use an example from this thread, there are no links, videos, websites, or any other forms of communication of about experience that could impart to you the full human experience itself of taking the trip through the American West that leafbro mentioned to begin. None. No matter how many wonderful travel web sites you might visit, at best all they could do would be to give you the impetus to begin a human journey of your own. And the journey beyond the ego is the same way. The thinking can set us on our path, but it's the walking of the path, the walking itself, that is the teaching and learning.

Back in a little while with at least a thing or two.

"No one can be told what The Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself." - The reason this line has such deep resonance is because it reflects this timeless truth.

Jaxon Ramirez
Jaxon Ramirez

I'll post some things as they occur to me or as I discover them for you.

My first advice is about how to explore.

The domain you're about to enter is *infinite*. This is all of our fullest nature; we are all connected, infinite, whole. So you cannot ever understand it all, contemplate it all - such an attempt would destroy any ego (which is why our egos protect us from such things). What any of us can find is simply a continuation of our own individual path *to* and *through* this new world. This means finding, or perhaps creating, a path that is uniquely yours. You may begin and follow the steps of others, and this is usually helpful for everyone. But the compass to follow should be your internal one, not anyone else's. Learn to trust your intuition and yourself.

To give another example, learning about and experiencing any of this stuff is the quest to directly experience the Mysteries of Life. Many have sought this, and some who have have also tried to share their discoveries with their fellow human beings. But these teachings, even the great ones from the ones humanity later called "prophets," are still *not the experience of those things about which the prophets spoke*. Religions, books, seminars, any and all of it, well-intended as they always begin, are at best a map, a reminder - and so any "teachings" you find are are best an abstraction, like using an online map site instead of actually going somewhere.

So were you to begin to learn about the works of Carl Jung, as I'd recommend, remember that Jung was just a prophet like any other. What matters isn't the words themselves (though they are important) - what matters is following the words like a map to find and experience directly for yourself the things the words are trying to talk about. (One could make the same statement about all the world's great religious works.)

More in a moment.

William Cruz
William Cruz

While I continue to look you might watch this excerpt from Peter Brook's film adaptation of his stage play of "The Mahabharata." The Mahabharata is one of humanity's great works, hundreds of thousands of lines of Sanskrit poetry, the Hindu equivalent of the Bible or Quran. The Bhaghavad Gita is but a part of The Mahabharata.

This scene is Krishna talking to Arjuna before the final battle. Think of this as an artistic rendering of the Gita, similar in intent to the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel: they are leaves on the wind, colors swirling on the water, but if one sees not just their appearance but feels into what animates them one begins to know the...the Breath of Life.

Before watching this take a few breaths and relax and center. Don't try to understand it, just let it touch you and change you.

"Have no fear, and rise up. Because I love you." - Krishna

youtube.com/watch?v=_B4Z1PB97KY

Jackson Fisher
Jackson Fisher

I completely agree with you, Ameribro. Human perception is mostly constructed in the sub-conscious part of the mind - and images/symbols are the major gateway. From here, perceptions and reactions filter through to the conscious part of the mind as thoughts and emotional responses. Our true nature and our true identity is neither mind nor emotion - it is Pure Consciousness (which is infinite and eternal).

Bentley Price
Bentley Price

The Mahabharata is my favourite ancient scripture of all time (and the Bhagavad Gita is my favourite part of the Mahabharata). My favourite part of the Bhagavad Gita is when Krishna reveals his Universal Form to Arjuna.

"A person is said to be established in self-realisation and is called a 'yogi' when he is fully satisfied by virtue of acquired knowledge and realisation. Such a person is situated in transcendence and is self-controlled. He sees everything — whether it be pebbles, stones or gold — as the same." - Krishna

Christian Lewis
Christian Lewis

Absolutely and indeed. Consciousness is the field from which everything condenses, time and space, matter and energy, everything.

We are Love, manifesting.

You are a very, very wise cassowary.

After this form of existence 404's I'd like to stay in contact. You can reach me at MyDisposableID on AIM and Skype (I like to be able to keep a log of what I've said and when, so I prefer text services to things more visual). Please say hello whenever you can.

Thanks for reconnecting me to something important today.

Namaste, fellow traveler.

Cameron Rodriguez
Cameron Rodriguez

did you travel with someone?

Joshua Edwards
Joshua Edwards

What we need to do to make the world a better place is to REMEMBER who and what we REALLY ARE - Pure Consciousness (which is INFINITE AND ETERNAL) having an experience in a temporary human form. You can do ANYTHING YOU WANT TO DO and you can be ANYTHING YOU WANT TO BE. They want us to think that the average person is powerless, but the TRUTH is that we have INFINITE POWER - both individually AND collectively. There's only one of us here. If you hit yourself on the head with a baseball bat, they'll put you in a mental hospital yet that's EXACTLY what people are doing on a global scale. You can call Pure Consciousness 'God' if you want, but I don't because the word 'God' has religious connotations that I would rather avoid. Religion is the McDonald's of spirituality. Pure Consciousness is synonymous with unconditional love. We are unconditional love in a temporary human form.
What we need is to raise our level of consciousness, both individually and collectively. If even one person raises his or her level of consciousness, it has a ripple effect that benefits EVERYONE ELSE, even if they don't believe any of this stuff - and this is because 'reality' itself is HOLOGRAPHIC in nature. One of the ways that they have manipulated us so deeply for so long is by suppressing our sense of the possible. What we call 'reality' is COMPLETELY ILLUSORY and thus MALLEABLE - and they KNOW THIS, while most other people do NOT. EVERYTHING IS ILLUSORY, EXCEPT PURE CONSCIOUSNESS ITSELF. NOTHING is impossible in a universe that is ILLUSORY to begin with. We have the power to transform this prison illusion into a PARADISE ILLUSION, so let's USE that power.

Xavier Morgan
Xavier Morgan

We're all one - and the beauty of this is that we don't have to be cucks despite this fact (and it IS a fact). We can STILL protect Western Civilisation and save the white race from extinction. We're all actors in a cosmic movie and I think of people like the Rothschilds as playing the role of villains and ourselves as playing the role of heroes (when we're not being dicks).
We are SIMULTANEOUSLY one yet different in our oneness in much the same way that the waves of an ocean are one with that ocean but are also unique in and of themselves in that each wave has its own shape, speed and size. I think that's pretty neat.
There are no answers, only choices. There are no hallucinations, only shifts in perception.
There are no laws, only habits. There are no coincidences, only synchronicities. There are no truths, only experiences.

Evan Russell
Evan Russell

I'm finding myself a bit overwhelmed from reconnecting with the deeper parts of myself, and the feeling I have is the helplessness of being asked "what's a single word to describe everything?"

I guess that's why I posted a picture of an Om symbol in my last message.

So for now, try these things:

1. Develop a heart-centered meditation practice. Heart center is the part of the energetic body that connects mind and body, above and below. It's what holds us safe when we attempt to escape the bounds of ego and reconnect with the infinite. A heart meditation will develop the place inside us that can always hold us in Love.

2. Learn about the works of Jung. Again, that's not simply to learn about Jung, or to use the works as tools, but set out to learn how to connect yourself to the things inside us all Jung was trying to describe.

3. Develop a practice of intentional symbolic expression. This could be painting, or sculpting, or any of creation (but one that involves more than simply words). Don't put any demands on what you create, or judge it, the idea is to practice bringing into the world the symbolic messages from your deeper psyche. When you create a thing, treat it as you would a newborn baby, or a visitor (much wiser than you) from another world. Place it someplace special, where you can develop a relationship to it, speak with it, learn how to listen to what it has to tell you.

Share these parts of yourself with others. This is important. All of the above are a practice of reconnection. We need to connect in all directions, inward and outward

Help those around you who you will find are doing in their own way these very same things.

If you like I can write a post on how to do a simple but wonderful heart meditation. And here is a beautiful piece of music ("Satin Skies" by Mars Lasar) to which to meditate.

youtube.com/watch?v=Ltp_N9YUqUA

Thank you, and good luck on your journey. I look forward to hearing what you find.

Elijah Phillips
Elijah Phillips

the feeling I have is the helplessness of being asked "what's a single word to describe everything?"

There is no single word to describe everything. Words like 'energy', 'matter', 'space', 'time', 'unconditional love', 'consciousness', etc. are synonymous and describe the same 'thing' (which is actually NOT a 'thing' AT ALL, but I'm trying to describe that which is inherently indescribable and I know that language is ultimately a trap when it comes to realising the true nature of 'reality' itself). Language is good for what it's supposed to do (which is keeping society organised), but it's an obstacle on the path of self-realisation. Language is a vibrational veil, a frequency fence.

Cooper Bell
Cooper Bell

That's why I posted an image of the Om, and then talked about it.

Om is that sound-word-utterance-vibration that represents, describes, is at the center of, and is...everything.

But it can take a bit of explaining before someone who's just searching for web link might understand how that's so, and appreciate it. Thus the more words.

Camden Phillips
Camden Phillips

I'm off to live another day. Good day and namaste to you all.

Jace Barnes
Jace Barnes

absolute patrician taste 10/10

Wyatt Hall
Wyatt Hall

Yes, Aum is the sound-word-utterance-vibration that is the basis of everything.

Take care, my friend. I look forward to talking to you again.

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