Re: [ufodiscussion] RE: [prepare4contact] Re: Crop Circle 'Invasion' Message? Who Know's?
- If we took a census, I think we'd find that fittingly description of
problems, collectively, without argument, we can all relate too.
I didn't think you had it in you lad, but, what do I know? lol
Sums it it up most excellent Regan!
You ask a good question Dex: "Who knows?".
> It occurs to me though that knowing is not just thinking, or
> believing, or imagining, or feeling, or sensing, or speculating, or
> conjecturing, or dreaming, or fantasising, or opining, or doing any of the
> innumerable semi-intellectual activities that pass for meaningful
> communication in internet fora like this one, where any act of actual
> knowing of anything by anyone would be an event so remarkable and
> astonishing as to stop the internet dead in its tracks.
> Knowing implies certainty. Absolute certainty. We cannot get
> that - about anything - without making the mental effort to know and
> it in the right way too. Knowing requires discipline. Mental discipline.upon
> If you don't do the discipline, you don't get the knowledge. You may get
> something else instead that you may think is knowledge, but it won't be
> real, genuine knowledge. Ultimately, it will just be make-believe.
> Western society operates everywhere on the fundamental assumption
> that no-one knows anything. Whenever anyone needs to decide anything
> important, the standard practice employed throughout society is to call
> the services of acknowledged experts, who are supposed to be specialpeople
> who can do all the necessary knowing for us. Governments, courts of law,liberal
> universities and just about every other institution of society make
> and extensive use of these (usually highly-paid) formal "knowers" ofbeen
> reality. Only the trouble is that even the appointed experts have all
> indoctrinated in their training with the self-contradictory notion thatcan
> no-one can really know anything, so whenever you ask them a question their
> perennial answer on every occasion boils down basically to "I don't know".
> Hence we live in a permanently confused and bewildered society in which
> no-one ever is, or can be certain of anything.
> It gets worse. Not only have people at large been rendered
> incapable of knowing anything by this peculiar ideology that says no-one
> know anything, but they are also being increasingly forbidden to knowas
> anything as well by runaway political authorities who have realised that
> "knowledge is power" and have become pathologically secretive accordingly.
> However, they too have bought the "no-one can know anything" credo and so
> they are unable to actually know anything either and are just as confused
> everybody else, in spite of possessing vast hoards of secret knowledgethat
> they do not really know!our
> So I think your question is a very good one indeed Dex. Who in
> society is actually engaged in the act of knowing something? To whom canwe
> turn for enlightenment as to the real meanings of crop circles and 50pence
> coins alike? There is no-one. No-one at all, for all are prevented andneed
> forbidden from knowing anything about anything. It is simply not done in
> our society. If anyone really does know something, they are breaking a
> fundamental taboo that is built into our culture and the punishment for
> breaking a social taboo is always extremely severe. They will be
> ostracised, condemned, pilloried and attacked without mercy. It's always
> safer not to know.
> To my mind, this taboo - this culture of nescience which has
> overtaken world civilization - is the primary source and cause of the
> present world crisis. The cause is not that "We are being invaded", but
> that no-one would know it if we were being invaded! Public ignorance and
> confusion may be being sown and festered by deliberate disinformation
> programs, but these are superfluous in fact because the taboo against
> knowing anything will ensure that public ignorance and confusion abound in
> any case.
> There is only one solution to this problem: do away with the taboo
> and the culture of nescience. i.e. We need to start knowing again. We
> to learn the disciplines that lead to real knowledge and become our own
> experts on reality. It is our reality after all. We have every right to
> know it and possess it.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Dex
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Friday, June 05, 2009 2:41 AM
> Subject: [ufodiscussion] RE: [prepare4contact] Re: Crop Circle 'Invasion'
> Message? Who Know's?
> Thank you Simon
> The crazy part about all of this is it's not all that too far fetched.
> I wish it were.
> A posting right after mine revealed a report of 50 craft seen and
> photographed already here in the UK.
> Lets hope the crop circle indication was only about the 50's eventual
> I guess 50 craft could constitute a large enough number for an invasion
> fleet and of course, hopefully, only of the benevolent kind.
> Dex, Lisa, everyone,
> re: 7 sided coins, we have two here in Britain.
> One is worth 20 pence, and the other 50 pence. Images of them can be
> seen at the links below...
> The design of 50p coin you described is a version that I do not recall
> having seen before.
> Re: your suggestion that it might have some sort of future invasion
> (from off-planet) meaning, see the third link below, which leads to page
> 1 of the second thread. MC in particular does seem to have made contact
> with some etheric (and other) people massing around the Kuiper Belt who
> may yet be showing up with weapons blazing.
> From what is said in the first batch of messages (see link 4 - which
> leads to page 6 in that thread) it seems it seems that their intentions
> are actively hostile towards the dark controllers who rule from behind
> the scenes and have modified mammalian humans into reptile / mammal
> hybrids. However, in the process of ridding this planet of the dark
> influence so some humans will be hurt, if only because they are in the
> wrong place at the wrong time. It is my understanding that in times past
> this dark influence successfully invaded and took over this planet, and
> the imminent actions are to free rescue / humankind from them.
> As ever, this to me is speculation - at least until I see proof / others
> from independent sources saying basically the same things.
> I wonder how George Washington's vision and the inability of people to
> RV the period 2010 - 2012 (because of a screen which actively blocks
> them from 'seeing') fits in with this?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Lisa Floyd-Crowe <iwasfloyd@...>
> > Very interesting Dex!!� I enjoyed that!
> > Lisa
> > Life is beautiful, it just doesn't come with instructions.� So,
> make of it what you will!
> > "Without change, something sleeps inside us, and seldom awakens. The
> sleeper must awaken."
> > ��"� Frank Herbert
> > --- On Wed, 6/3/09, Dex dexxxaa@... wrote:
> > From: Dex dexxxaa@...
> > Subject: [prepare4contact] Crop Circle 'Invasion' Message? Who Know's?
> > To: "UFOprepare4contact" email@example.com
> > Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2009, 12:30 PM
> > What I'm suggesting now I realize is a stretch for any of you to
> believe what I'm denoting with these crop circle makers communication
> indication messages with me.
> > So, lets enjoy the novel coincidences they appear to represent.
> > This latest Crop Circle came to me in flash.
> > A few days ago I got back from prospecting in Tuolumne county (gold
> > I visited several beautiful old shops in Jamestown.
> > Antiques galore.
> > I remember I was fascinated with old coins and bottles of which I
> wound up purchasing a couple of old timer bottles. One turned out,
> surprisingly, a dandy. An old hand blown, beautiful swirls, beer bottle,
> an ideal icon for Jamestown made back in the 1850's.
> > The other, Dead Stuck for bugs, pre-1871.
> > What I found in that shop was a fifty dollar gold coin with 8 sides. I
> remembered my Dad having one and I and my whole family were always
> doubtful it was real.
> > The rarity of it stood out in my mind. I collect the most rare of
> > With the ET's, and this hobby I developed, turned out an adventure
> story that should be in a book. Anyway, I would up in my travel finding
> more rare coins.
> > Before getting back home, in Jamestown I bought a coin. A United
> States 1908 fifty cent piece. A beauty in the "eye of the Beholder." I
> kept looking and 'lo and behold' another oldest I could find was a
> United States 1808 fifty cent piece. Wow! How far back can I afford to
> go? I thought how unusual they're exactly a hundred years apart. I
> bought it. It's my oldest coin to date. I also, in those old store's
> found Lincoln head penny's before the forties. 3 were the complete steel
> > Shirley said she's been looking for them all her life and couldn't
> find them. Our P.O. Box is 1943 because of her war time fascination with
> them. That was a surprise to me.
> > Making this short.
> > When I saw the latest crop circle..bingo! I said it reminded me of the
> fifty dollar gold piece, but, that rare coin has 8 sides and the crop
> circle has 7. I asked myself, are there seven sided coins?
> > We'll there goes the connecting dots.
> > Then I thought a little more about it and I remembered the 12 petal
> key hole sun crop circle I'd shown before depicted 5 dots and my key
> chain 12 petal key hole sun, similarity, contained only 4 dots.
> > I hope you can follow?
> > The 1808 rare fifty cent piece year was the year Congress voted to
> prohibit African slave trading in the United States. Of which, the slave
> traders wouldn't here of it and continued their practice, as history
> records, until the civil war broke out enforcing the law. it was also
> Monroes, 4th President, election year. Hmm
> > This new crop circle has 7 sides. My fascination was with the 8 sided
> fifty dollar gold piece, because, after all these years, we never did
> prove if it was real.
> > A most odd shape for a coin, but, apparently, not all that uncommon.
> Also in the crop circle photo is a simple circular smaller crop circle,
> bingo!, again. Coinage! I thought. That's what it reminds me of. The
> little round circular crop circle was the primary clue for me connecting
> the dots.
> > Below, since the crop circle was made in the UK, is a coin, from the
> UK, with 7 sides and contains unusual streaking patterns. The UK coin
> represents the Normandy 'invasion'. The coin depicts the kind of
> aircraft (airplanes) used for the 'invasion'.
> > In the crop circle made in the UK, with it's unusual, 'also',
> streaking pattern, depicts circular objects. UFO's? Is this indicative
> for an upcoming 'invasion'?
> > Who knows. As always, in the "Eye of the Beholder".
> > I hope you have fun with the coincidences? I am. I don't really know
> what to think about it. From Jewelry to Coins? What next I wonder?
> > Everything mysterious esoterically given in message form play is
> indicative of things arriving, approaching, getting closer. All of it is
> certainly telling us something? What 'exactly, that is, I guess we're
> all unsure about? Another thing for certain is it's all about 'Change'.
> (pun not intended)
> > (Note: The artist has always added, in perspective, it's own unique
> rendition. Can we see a connection? These are ways I would do if I were
> the artist. Hmm) It's possible we have a lot in common.
> > Dex
> > �
> > GREAT BRITAIN
> > 50 Pence
> > Anniversary of the
> > Normandy Invasion
> > (D-Day)
> > KM 966
> > Uncirculated
> > http://www.thegoldenthread.info/forum/viewtopic.php?p=10997#10997
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