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What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
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Ghuleh
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RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
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dig  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:20 AM)
''The only known way they can die is if they get consumed by another fish or if a disease strikes the jelly. However, there are still many mysteries surrounding the turritopsis dohrnii. While the process of reverting from its adult-phase to a polyp was observed several times, it hasn’t been observed yet in nature, only in laboratory environments.''





Changing name to first name Jelly, Jelly Fish.

That wont work. chuckle

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Post: #47
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:19 AM)
Felix  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:13 AM)
Sure sure. I'll go with that. chuckle

No, no, I get your point. It suppose it's more of the esoteric 'self' rather than the materialistic 'self' that they consume. Or something. Isn't that how myths work? There's always some sort of riddle or twist that isn't obvious until it all just *clicks* ...

Well if i were to postulate. Consuming the brain would be more like consuming the ego. Then it becomes nothing on the nothing of the world of nothing. It effectively becomes the servant to the ocean.

I do believe David Ike had something to say about that creature if i'm not mistaken.

Anyway you can find meaning in anything. Even in a grain of sand. So yeah. Whatever works for you:)

The mice always win but the cats are always well fed
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Post: #48
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
Felix  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:27 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:19 AM)
No, no, I get your point. It suppose it's more of the esoteric 'self' rather than the materialistic 'self' that they consume. Or something. Isn't that how myths work? There's always some sort of riddle or twist that isn't obvious until it all just *clicks* ...

Well if i were to postulate. Consuming the brain would be more like consuming the ego. Then it becomes nothing on the nothing of the world of nothing. It effectively becomes the servant to the ocean.

I do believe David Ike had something to say about that creature if i'm not mistaken.

Anyway you can find meaning in anything. Even a grain of sand. So yeah. Whatever works for you:)

Self, ego. Potato, Borg. It's all the same, esoterically-speaking. At least that's what I've been told. Myths can be quite difficult to parse, but the sects and violence at least keep it entertaining at the narrative level.
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Post: #49
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
Thanks again, everyone! Fun discussion. Grouphug
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Post: #50
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
Felix  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:27 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:19 AM)
No, no, I get your point. It suppose it's more of the esoteric 'self' rather than the materialistic 'self' that they consume. Or something. Isn't that how myths work? There's always some sort of riddle or twist that isn't obvious until it all just *clicks* ...

Well if i were to postulate. Consuming the brain would be more like consuming the ego. Then it becomes nothing on the nothing of the world of nothing. It effectively becomes the servant to the ocean.

I do believe David Ike had something to say about that creature if i'm not mistaken.

Anyway you can find meaning in anything. Even in a grain of sand. So yeah. Whatever works for you:)

Not fking David Gatekepper Icke, sorry not working...

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Post: #51
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
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dig  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:20 AM)
''The only known way they can die is if they get consumed by another fish or if a disease strikes the jelly. However, there are still many mysteries surrounding the turritopsis dohrnii. While the process of reverting from its adult-phase to a polyp was observed several times, it hasn’t been observed yet in nature, only in laboratory environments.''





Changing name to first name Jelly, Jelly Fish.

That wont work. chuckle
Well if you have no faith, we have no place for you anyway.
Poasemfh

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Post: #52
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
His name is: Women ARE Worthless.
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Post: #53
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
His last name: It Takes A SET Of Nuts To Get sh*t Done.
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Post: #54
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:33 AM)
Thanks again, everyone! Fun discussion. Grouphug

You're welcome. Heartflowers

dig  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:36 AM)
Well if you have no faith, we have no place for you anyway.
Poasemfh

I'll make my own place. :P

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RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:39 AM)
His name is: Women ARE Worthless.
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Agh look at the cute little fooker, hasn't quite caught up with 20th century yet.

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Post: #56
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
Strange Candy  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:40 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:33 AM)
Thanks again, everyone! Fun discussion. Grouphug

You're welcome. Heartflowers

dig  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:36 AM)
Well if you have no faith, we have no place for you anyway.
Poasemfh

I'll make my own place. :P
Was that a pun?

Make your own 'Plaice'?

You miss a trick?

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RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:32 AM)
Felix  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:27 AM)
Well if i were to postulate. Consuming the brain would be more like consuming the ego. Then it becomes nothing on the nothing of the world of nothing. It effectively becomes the servant to the ocean.

I do believe David Ike had something to say about that creature if i'm not mistaken.

Anyway you can find meaning in anything. Even a grain of sand. So yeah. Whatever works for you:)

Self, ego. Potato, Borg. It's all the same, esoterically-speaking. At least that's what I've been told. Myths can be quite difficult to parse, but the sects and violence at least keep it entertaining at the narrative level.

Well nothing has *clicked* for me yet. So i'm right there with you on that one.

It is best to keep it entertaining and leave it at that when it comes to archetypes. Don't want to have any emotional attachment to a story now do we?

Anyway i'm just bored and happy to have a conversation right now. Cant sleep atm.

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Post: #58
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
dig  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:41 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:39 AM)
His name is: Women ARE Worthless.
X

Agh look at the cute little fooker, hasn't quite caught up with 20th century yet.

Did you catch his last name?
Best part in my opinion.
And you're right.
I give a f*#k less about what century it is.
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Post: #59
RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
dig  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:41 AM)
Was that a pun?

Make your own 'Plaice'?

No. chuckle

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RE: What's the name of that mythical beast that consumes itself?
Strange Candy  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:42 AM)
dig  Wrote: (01-30-2018 07:41 AM)
Was that a pun?

Make your own 'Plaice'?

No. chuckle

So boring *rolleyes

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