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    The "CHANI Project" - Contact with a Being from Another Dimension

    Once again i'm sorry for the minor scan issues. This is pretty big, both in terms of the post and its meaning to our species/current direction of the system. Reads pretty factual to me, given that contact was recieved by Rubicon researchers for RAND Corporation, who have been central to the US Government for decades, manufacturing military weaponry among other involvement. With that in mind, the read becomes even more interesting.
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    What's said above about visual communication vs written put the biggest smile on my face!

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    I wonder if these effects of the moon's destruction/removal would have the same effects on this planet. It is a different dimension, and we may end up with less wind etc that brings about needed change.

    I apologize to anyone who may be offended by the mentions on religion. I think this could have been a source of frustration for some in the other Archon thread i posted, so i am sorry for that too. In that thread i was speaking a lot of questioning the system, which i have done for years but, i think this arcticle amplified such thoughts.

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    I have trouble believing that if such a thing really had happened, it would only surface in "alternative science" magazines and not in main stream news, or even from world leaders. The article in general reads like a hoax, and the magazine that it was published within doesn't help its credibility.

    Still the some of the ideas that the "entity" proposed are intriguing enough. I do wonder what impact, if any, a lack of a moon would have on our planet. Also the ideas about exploring the deep sea are quite valid.

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    Next up, how to plant your very own moneytree.

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    Aaaaaaaaaaaaall righty then.

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    I do wonder what impact, if any, a lack of a moon would have on our planet. .
    Knock yourself out: http://www.astrosociety.org/educatio...tnl/33/33.html

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    I have to take back what I said in your other threads. You had me thinking you were incredibly stupid, turns out you're just a pretty decent troll.


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    whats with all the tinfoil hat lunacy in the lounge lately?

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    ''yes' I said, lifting a questioning eyebrow' - reads like very bad fiction.

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    This real world we live in really is awesome and still largely unexplored. We don't need to make this sort of stuff up to make it more so. Let's get done with the actual world we have before we get into the fantasy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyskoa View Post
    Next up, how to plant your very own moneytree.
    Actually, they covered that (see "law of attraction.")


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell View Post
    Actually, they covered that (see "law of attraction.")
    HAHAHAHAHAHA! That's still the stupidest documentary I've ever seen in my life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell View Post
    Actually, they covered that (see "law of attraction.")
    But it's not a real treeee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Bennett View Post
    ALIEN EMPEROR OF PLANET BOLOX: "Now that we have invented a way of travelling faster than light we will use our technology to go to Earth... There we shall do no less than lie under one of the beds of a redneck amongst the fluff and spiders and whisper, in their language which we have studied over many years... Don't wake up!"

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    Yea, well, it figures. From all the inhabited planets, we get stuck with Invader Zim...<____<

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyskoa View Post
    But it's not a real treeee.
    It can be, you must just not want it enough.


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    So.. what's new? haven't aliens contacted us throughout the ages, interpreted as angels and demons etc. the bible is full of it..

    Not to mention the Kryon - http://www.kryon.com/k_25.html#about
    and other channelings..

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    What's with all the cranks and kooks posting stuff in the Lounge lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arenhaus View Post
    What's with all the cranks and kooks posting stuff in the Lounge lately?
    They're jelly that science is pwning the universe pretty hard atm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Kobryn View Post
    I have trouble believing that if such a thing really had happened, it would only surface in "alternative science" magazines and not in main stream news, or even from world leaders. The article in general reads like a hoax, and the magazine that it was published within doesn't help its credibility.
    I agree that Nexus isn't very credible. But there's a question i must ask you; do you expect to get any truth out of mainstream media?

    Still the some of the ideas that the "entity" proposed are intriguing enough. I do wonder what impact, if any, a lack of a moon would have on our planet. Also the ideas about exploring the deep sea are quite valid.
    Thanks for this, Jake. I appreciate the presence of someone who is open minded enough to ponder an idea for a while, even if it has no evidence. As opposed to taking an HK416 to anything that's outside of group mentality and eliminating it with extreme prejudice because it's outside of group mentality. Apparently, ideas are not allowed. Anything and everything that is discussed by anyone must be based on factual evidence. Do you start a painting by drawing a line of what you see, or is it better to start from the most basic abstract shape?
    People have been bred to not question anything. We have been indoctrinated with the concept that if you think about anything other than what's put on your plate, then you are: etc

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    I have to take back what I said in your other threads. You had me thinking you were incredibly stupid, turns out you're just a pretty decent troll.
    Your judgmental thoughts amuse me.

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    whats with all the tinfoil hat lunacy in the lounge lately?
    I am, for the most part, the terrorist responsible for this.


    Quote Originally Posted by tobbA View Post
    Someone should teach that being proper grammar...
    I am baffled by not only yours, but the sense of humor (rather lack thereof) of most people here. How can you not be amused by the way this 'entity' speaks?
    this mean noting but xplain everythings
    so first u lern the u
    then u lern the univers
    then this xplain al and mean somethings
    LOL!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Kobryn View Post
    HAHAHAHAHAHA! That's still the stupidest documentary I've ever seen in my life!
    Is it because of the concept, or the presentation? On presentation, i agree to the point of "jesus fucking christ, guys". But to deny that the Law of Attraction exists is absolutely hilarious, and i just feel sorry for anyone who doesn't believe in it. Because i know through experience that it works. But it's no surprise that the first thing the movie touches upon is money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Challie View Post
    But to deny that the Law of Attraction exists is absolutely hilarious, and i just feel sorry for anyone who doesn't believe in it. Because i know through experience that it works.
    Do you have a rather large and mostly unexplainable supply of lithium tablets lying around in boxes with post-it notes on them reading "20 a day"?

    Are.. are you talking to us from a very off-center white room with more padding than usual?

    Because at this point I am willing to believe you're batshit insane and shouldn't be allowed around small children... or anyone really.

    Just you, a straitjacket and your imaginary friend Toby.

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    Oh good, they've found the dimensional rift that's letting all the trolls in. Let's pinpoint it's location and get it closed so our Internets will be troll free.

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    I think that if there's something like the "law of attraction" it works on the basis of context of mind and that's all. For example, you feel strong apprehension towards a certain event, and then when the actual event comes you have a bad time. You decided the outcome of the event before it even happened because of that mental context. That said, it wasn't that you "willed the negative experience into existence" or anything. The same could be said about positive experiences.

    Perhaps it could also be said about intention. If you have a strong intention about something it's more likely to manifest because of your energy and motivation towards it.

    I don't believe in a magical "think so hard for a bike and you'll get the bike" thing, though. That documentary was horrible. Not only was it a bunch of "drink the kool-aid" retardobabble but the greedy and selfish examples they gave made me cringe. I actually didn't watch all of it, though.

    And Max, I'm not condemning you because we need more adults who are open to irrational ideas, but if you post on here you WILL be chastised. This isn't the right forum for this kind of stuff, unfortunately. I mean that as a friendly warning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyskoa View Post
    Do you have a rather large and mostly unexplainable supply of lithium tablets lying around in boxes with post-it notes on them reading "20 a day"?
    Do you have a rather large and mostly unexplainable supply of Sodium Flouride tablets lying around in boxes with post-it notes on them reading "20 a day"?

    Are.. are you talking to us from a very off-center white room with more padding than usual?
    I am talking to you from an internet cafe because i don't currently have internet access at home. Hence my posting every few days as opposed to every few hours/minutes.

    Because at this point I am willing to believe you're batshit insane and shouldn't be allowed around small children... or anyone really.
    Okay. Call me judgmental. Call me a flaming troll who deserves nothing but to be banned for flaming if you like. But i cannot help saying it. You are absolutely disgusting.

    Just you, a straitjacket and your imaginary friend Toby.
    How's that working out for you?

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    Oh good, they've found the dimensional rift that's letting all the trolls in. Let's pinpoint it's location and get it closed so our Internets will be troll free.
    I recommend contacting a Moderator/Administrator and sending them request to have me banned. I cannot guarantee this will work. But hey, maybe it's worth a shot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Kobryn View Post
    I think that if there's something like the "law of attraction" it works on the basis of context of mind and that's all. For example, you feel strong apprehension towards a certain event, and then when the actual event comes you have a bad time. You decided the outcome of the event before it even happened because of that mental context. That said, it wasn't that you "willed the negative experience into existence" or anything. The same could be said about positive experiences.
    I agree.

    Perhaps it could also be said about intention. If you have a strong intention about something it's more likely to manifest because of your energy and motivation towards it.
    Last weekend, i returned to a place where i grew up. Me and a friend of mine took a walk up the river and ended up coming back down with so such wood it was pretty much army training After a few days of carving, i made the decision i needed power tools; Orbital Sander, Grinder, Dremel, etc. I have very little money and obtaining these things would take months. I was and am decided about this, but i haven't given it too much thought. It's been a couple of weeks and i now have the toolbox of a woodcarver with 20 years of experience; chisels, grinder discs, a Jig Saw, a Drill, an Orbital Sander and lots of other bits and pieces, including a good Dremel bit. All i really need now is a Dremel and Grinder. He's a really cool guy, Maori dude.

    I don't believe in a magical "think so hard for a bike and you'll get the bike" thing, though. That documentary was horrible. Not only was it a bunch of "drink the kool-aid" retardobabble but the greedy and selfish examples they gave made me cringe. I actually didn't watch all of it, though.
    I have tried that magical thing for years and can confirm you're right. It's total bullshit.
    Towards the end it gets better. But yeah, i think they would have had a better result with that film if they didn't gloss it up with all this DaVinci Code presentation and superficial rubbish.

    And Max, I'm not condemning you because we need more adults who are open to irrational ideas, but if you post on here you WILL be chastised. This isn't the right forum for this kind of stuff, unfortunately. I mean that as a friendly warning.
    I chose this forum partially because i remember this community being open to these ideas. Either no one remembers this, or it's only believable if you make a documentary out of it. In the case of the latter, i recommend everyone watch Operation 8.

    Or i'm a total dick, and the articles are partially agreeable. Probably yes and no to this one

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    To Hyskoa: my response was an over-reaction. What you were suggesting was inaccurate, but I meant to say that i was disgusted at your thoughts. I'm disgusted by the fact that such thoughts cross the minds of any people. However, i also believe in the philosophy of treating people the way they treat me, so i don't entirely regret posting what i did.

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    Seriously, dude. You've been here since 2007, made 1431 posts, thanked 574 posts, and 230 of your posts have been thanked 339 times, and all of a sudden you're putting garbage like this in the lounge?

    I can't say I remember any member called Max Challie, but does anyone think someone took over their account or something?

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    Nope, it's still me. I conciously choose to believe in these things. And i do remember you, though it is my general expectation very few people will remember me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Challie View Post
    I conciously choose to believe in these things.
    So consciously that you're bombarding an art-themed bunch of forums with crank babbling and conspiracy theories. You're the very epitome of rationality and honest inquiry, yes indeed.

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