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Judgment Day: the halls of Mandos
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RE: Judgment Day: the halls of Mandos
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Some times, the best choices we can make, do not seem like, 'Justice'.
Yet, they may be the best we can do, in a circumstance.

I am weary of all these 'heroic sacrifice' scenes, in movies.
But, they are examples, of the worst, that can happen, to the just.
It would be worse yet, for them, if they did not, do the right thing.
I hope $tuff like this, doesn't really happen, to the just, in real life.
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I most certainly hope it does! You are referred to a section of PKD's Exegesis where he talks about a sheep being bashed against a wall, and how that makes the most marvelous art and justifies the descent of spirit into matter, though it wail all the way down. The ascent to a good life and death, and real meaning in the context of the whole system, is the best a soul can hope to have.








All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
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Kevalin A.
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what happened to tibet anyway
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Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-13-2020 03:04 AM)
And yet you have posted in Varangian! Let us give the other half another chance, then, they certainly keep the rhythm.




Spartan clan

Yes it was the Roman Catholics whom did it. first. then backed by the CIA of America, then it was an CIA op period.

and we/they/cia/et.al STILL FREAKING LOST TO THE CHINKS


big time.

it ,zero, was an important strategic military outpost as far as the Chinese were concerned, and for hundreds if not a thousand and some hundreds, more precisely rome figured wtf we'll just take over them chinks like we did everybody else.

nope. china wasnt having that.

but it didnt happen until modern times when china finally put its foot down firmly upon its own heritage.

and they werent going to even do all of that.

one, they said either make the flatland jokes funnier so that like grav, it will then stop, or better yet, don't do it at all any more.

NO MORE LIES. and we will leave you be.

but no, dalai lama couldnt have any of that, and it was quite out of the question for the cia whom at that point had to have success at all costs.

so they lost it all.

through pride.

AND THE INNATE INABILITY TO NOT TELL BIG WHOPPING LIES ALL OF THE TIME FOR NO REASONS.

see, China does not like that. They have an even dimmer view of Allah, and his spaceship, and any other lies is exactly that. lies.

China repeatedly begged them to stop.

they couldnt help themselves.

and afterwards, a decade later the Dalai Lama came right out and said he knows he should have stopped the lies sooner (after he had a good nine and a half years in the swealtering heat of India, hiding from peoples 'because his life was in danger' Rofl)(it never was, the chinks was gonna make him live just to shame him...) but he actually believed them himself, as already commented on by my worlds teacher. that is why. and he also admitted that he was the last dali lama, and there would be no more after him. it is officially finished.


it is a difficult lesson to learn for some people.

but i learned it well, having excellent teachers, and actually staying where the dali lama stayed in America when he was here, back in the days, and reading his big ass book, and knowing a lot of people whom personally knows both of us. i never met the man. it wouldnt make any difference if i did.

the truth is the truth, and once again, i just told it.


its not a big deal really.

but its not generally known information.

And since I have been what i said and did, i thought i would pass it on to our studio audience, whom may not be well aware of what happened with tibet and all of that.

Una Panocha Grande
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Well. I think it is very important, that I live righteously.
But, I do not, want to be a martyr. I don't think, 'wrong doing', will save one from martyrdom. But, martyrdom, is another situation I think it is important to avoid.

Yes, perhaps the martyr has a better start for another life, than an evil wretch.
But so does the righteous man, who lives a comfortable life.
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Post: #20
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same here.

i do not get any joy out of the truth at all.

but people need to know like smashing their sheepsheads into splat.


like i got the distinct impression (more likely a mandate) that i was supposed to be like diplomatically mediating this conundrum.


nope. i wasnt having that.

i voted China is correct.

because they are in this particular issue.

It is their land, it always was their land.


you can not have one party deling in absolute truth,

and the other pary having nothing but a pack of lies,

and this was expressed most eloquently in the Turkish Document of why Eastern woo is not compatible with Western woo.

and the Synopses of that dissertation that has long since been removed from the Internet and Quarantined in classified crapola probably or some other such dissent type, ill give it to ya short and straight- y'all sh*t is way over the top thats why.

Una Panocha Grande
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Lakeofmarch
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Welcome, Kevalin, always good to have you here. It was you said the bit about the Greeks and have the horned Budai. And no, there is no comfortable life of achievement, you either bear witness every day (that is the origin of the word martyr) or you vanish into the hole of not realizing what you were put on the planet for. While we're on the subject.. why is it so important to suspect the motives of the Japanese? I once thought they had worship of the creator through creation down to an art, but now it seems they, what was the word.. fancy themselves Numenoreans, and want the best of both kindreds and to sail to Aman as well.




All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
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Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
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You apparently realize, that the answers Americans have found, are not necessarily right for China. America would have court martialed SunTzu, for beheading his female trainees for disobedience.Naughty

Do you know, that what is right for China, is not necessarily right for America?

Your sheep splat art, is an effort to shock someone out of comfortable ignorance.
But a semblance of comfort alone, is not an assurance of ignorance.
Not everybody is comfortable, with comfort, in this world of discomfort.
But that does not mean your 'modern art', is the answer.



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Life is process, not perfection, and a few people need to be reminded of that. Or more precisely, the energy locked up by ancient ritual in architecture and elsewhere seeks magnificient release. This is why China has forbidden the opening of imperial tombs (the last one, in 1968, caused quite a racket), and finally, why I and a lot of other people are at odds. The Spice must flow.




All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
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I remember many times wandering on the streets of the Grey Havens. What a wondrous time that was. I even became a citizen of the Grey Havens. My companion and I enjoyed playing the board game of chess, until a dwarf with mischief on his mind came in and kicked the board. What memories.
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RE: Judgment Day: the halls of Mandos
Relevant quote, long as we're on the subject of the Lamb:
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The Godhead is ipso facto divided and pitted against itself; it assumes an antithetical interaction with itself, part (half) of the Godhead works synthetically, to fit everything together harmoniously into an integrated whole (kosmos) and half works to assist and rescue the epiparts subjected to stress, torment and death in the pursuit of the above goal. Hence the Godhead is in infinite crisis. A push-pull binary dialectic is created, and this is exactly what was revealed to me as the basis—not just of reality—but of the Godhead itself. The practical result is that everything is perpetually (dynamically) converted into its opposite. And this urparadox in the macrocosm has mirrored effects in every microform down throughout creation! -PKD, "Exegesis"





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You've been to Shannon, then? Good times. Now I think I've understood the purpose of this thread and trip: I am trying to force American/European consciousness to strike a final deal with Chinese/Native American strength of will, and the only place to do it is where they are eagerly poised face to face, and must justify their choice before all their dead. Also huichol beadwork, I will freely admit.

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All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
secretsun.blogspot.com
-NO8DO-
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After much consideration, I have decided to step fully into the role. Ocean view, out to hunt, attitude 180. Let's see if I can quack like one of them and look like one of them. Everything's going down, act like it.
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All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
secretsun.blogspot.com
-NO8DO-
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RE: Judgment Day: the halls of Mandos
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-17-2020 07:06 AM)
After much consideration, I have decided to step fully into the role. Ocean view, out to hunt, attitude 180. Let's see if I can quack like one of them and look like one of them. Everything's going down, act like it.
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Good for you Lake!!

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RE: Judgment Day: the halls of Mandos
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Namo the elder dwells in Mandos, which is westward in Valinor. He is the keeper of the Houses of the Dead, and the summoner of the spirits of the slain. He forgets nothing; and he knows all things that shall be, save only those that lie still in the freedom of lluvatar. He is the Doomsman of the Valar; but he pronounces his dooms and his Judgements only at the bidding of Manwe. Vaire the Weaver is his spouse, who weaves all things that have ever been in Time into her storied webs, and the halls of Mandos that ever widen as the ages pass are clothed with them. -JRR Tolkien, "Silmarilion"

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Tol Eressea being Cuba, and the Mansions of Aule the Mexican mountains (of which there are plenty to choose from), it follows that the Halls were in the Bay of Banderas, site of the city above. Used to be a lot of lakes in the central highlands, from Xochimilco to Chapala, which have slowly or quickly dried up. Now is the time for the revelation of what originally was, and has always been, and will forever remain. Doom (the judgment of the world) starts today, and continues as I advance yonder. I only know that I am looking for an artist. Anyone is welcome to contribute if they have lately gone, or will go, there fleeing the cold.

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Real stuff turned to fantasy just like most religions corrupted truth.
Tolkien’s word Ainur means the "Holy Ones" of which the singular is Ainu. There are two orders of these gods in his mythology - the Valar and the Maiar. The plural Ainur and the singular Ainu are clearly derived from the Sumerian father of the gods - Anu and the Anunnaki, whilst Valar appears in the Aryan pantheon as Vala "The encircler", reminiscent of the Orobourus, the alchemical Dragon Ring that Tolkien wrote so much about. We will also remember the Val-Kyrie at this juncture.
https://drakenberg.weebly.com/anunnaki.h...XIG4_1jwh8
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RE: Judgment Day: the halls of Mandos
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Namo the elder dwells in Mandos, which is westward in Valinor. He is the keeper of the Houses of the Dead, and the summoner of the spirits of the slain. He forgets nothing; and he knows all things that shall be, save only those that lie still in the freedom of lluvatar. He is the Doomsman of the Valar; but he pronounces his dooms and his Judgements only at the bidding of Manwe. Vaire the Weaver is his spouse, who weaves all things that have ever been in Time into her storied webs, and the halls of Mandos that ever widen as the ages pass are clothed with them. -JRR Tolkien, "Silmarilion"

link to image: https://cdn-s3.si.com/images/pv-6.jpg

link to image: http://aidanmoher.com/blog/wp-content/up...color.jpeg

Tol Eressea being Cuba, and the Mansions of Aule the Mexican mountains (of which there are plenty to choose from), it follows that the Halls were in the Bay of Banderas, site of the city above. Used to be a lot of lakes in the central highlands, from Xochimilco to Chapala, which have slowly or quickly dried up. Now is the time for the revelation of what originally was, and has always been, and will forever remain. Doom (the judgment of the world) starts today, and continues as I advance yonder. I only know that I am looking for an artist. Anyone is welcome to contribute if they have lately gone, or will go, there fleeing the cold.

link to image: https://images.craigslist.org/00h0h_cASk...00x450.jpg




Real stuff turned to fantasy just like most religions corrupted truth.
Tolkien’s word Ainur means the "Holy Ones" of which the singular is Ainu. There are two orders of these gods in his mythology - the Valar and the Maiar. The plural Ainur and the singular Ainu are clearly derived from the Sumerian father of the gods - Anu and the Anunnaki, whilst Valar appears in the Aryan pantheon as Vala "The encircler", reminiscent of the Orobourus, the alchemical Dragon Ring that Tolkien wrote so much about. We will also remember the Val-Kyrie at this juncture.
https://drakenberg.weebly.com/anunnaki.h...XIG4_1jwh8

Nibiru
Nibiru Volcano 8/UFO
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uOsT8Lnw2MM&t=126s

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