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OfflineSoulJah
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the myans, where did they go?
    #441279 - 10/29/01 09:35 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

I was just thinking about the myans. I remember learning that from what we can tell they just all of the sudden dissapeared so to speak. No writings of a war or a mass movement or anything. They just were gone. So im wondering if anyone has any theories on this? Or Shroomism, if you happen to know what exactly happened to them? Did they evolve or something?

just a thaught
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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: SoulJah]
    #441678 - 10/30/01 09:18 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Like many civilizations which seemingly vanished into thin air, the Mayans disappeared as a result of the regular passing of the 12th planet, a previous pole shift. At the same time Atlantis sunk under the sea killing its population of 10 million, Mayan civilization was broken apart by volcanic activity, tidal flooding, and shifting of the plates, which in some cases raised the Mayan cities thousands of feet above sea level. All standard physical changes as a result of the 12th planet's presence.
Pertaining to your last question... many of them did evolve, but for many that Mayan lifetime was just one path of seven experiences to ascend. In order to ascend, a being must have balanced his or her inner male and female energies and surrender into Divine Oneness with All That Is. Those who chose or were chosen for, the third Lemurian path of seven ascensions prior to leaving Earth would do so in seven of the following cultures and spiritual paths: Lemuria, Atlantis, Egypt, Maya, Inca, Aztec, Machu Picchu, aboriginal Australia, India, Goddess/druid groups in Europe and England, Buddhism, Christ-consciousness, Bali, and other smaller indigenous spiritual communities around the world such as Hopi, other Native American, African and South and Central American tribes.

By the Year 2013, everyone who remains on Earth must have an understanding of the following four evolutionary principles:
1. Our purpose here is to evolve physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
2. Every human being is a Divine Essence made of Light and love whose nature is goodness.
3. Free will is an absolute universal right; impeccability calls on the self to surrender its free will to Divine Will in faith and trust.
4. All of natural existence is sacred beyond how it serves or meets the needs of the individual self.
Every human alive right now is being presented with these four spiritual premises in subtle or direct ways.

The seven solar ring karmic patterns, which are currently being overly exaggerated in order to be brought into awareness and transformed are: arrogance, prejudice, hatred, violence, victimhood, and shame. These seven sources of pain, illusion, and seperation are given in the order in which they developed in our solar ring beginning on Venus and expanding on Mars, Maldek, and now Earth.
What did the last two paragraphs have to do with your question? Everything

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: ]
    #441722 - 10/30/01 10:24 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Shroomism,
I find what you write very close to my own beliefs...I would be interested to know what your opinion is, on what happened to the inhabitants of Atlantis. It is my understanding that Dolphins have something to do with this...I will write more once I hear your view...



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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Rono]
    #442296 - 10/30/01 06:33 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Atlantis was completely submerged under the ocean after a pole shift. It can be found under the area known as the "Bermuda Triangle".
Dolphins have much to do with Atlantis, as do Merpeople and Fairies. The dolphins (who cam from Sirius) Were great friends to the Atlantians and taught them as well as showed them how to enjoy the love of life.

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: ]
    #442635 - 10/30/01 11:47 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

are you kidding?
As far as what anthropologist know the Mayan Civilization declined and eventually disappeared for unknown reasons. This is not an ultra rare event in humanity, especially considering the lack of knowledge we have about many peoples of the Americas. One prominant theory is that they destroyed thier enviornment, rapid deforestation, erosion, agricultural failure, inability to sustain the massive populations of city states like Copan and Tikal.
As for what Shroomism said? i don't know where on earth thats coming from. Are you all discussing Foklore, Myths, or something, because the historical and archeological record holds no evidence for the existance of Atlantis, and dolphins? wha?
I hope you do not seriously believe this is even an entertianable view or reality, but who am i to preach?

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: ]
    #442696 - 10/31/01 01:03 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

The Spanish had something to do with it as well...

Smallpox laced blankets anyone?


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Felstorm]
    #442749 - 10/31/01 01:53 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

They had a thriving culture before 1500AD and were the only fully literate Native American people. The Spanish came in with as much cultural force as Wal-Mart and the Shopping-Mall and destroyed their culture killing all those who refused to flagelate themselves and worship the Virgin Mary.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: ]
    #442754 - 10/31/01 02:02 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

>>The seven solar ring karmic patterns, which are currently being overly exaggerated in order to be brought into awareness and transformed are: arrogance, prejudice, hatred, violence, victimhood, and shame.

what's the seventh..?


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Axiom420]
    #442785 - 10/31/01 03:10 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

apparently the mayans were already long gone by the time the spanish arrived. they're not the only south american civilisation to have vanished though, the city of teotihuacan was a distinct culture of which there is no longer any trace besides the ruins, like so many south american cultures we do not know what they called themselves, what language they spoke what they knew what they believed in what kind of music they made where they came from or where they went. the city-states of south america were certainly often at war with each other so maybe states were destroyed iin great battles? maybe they abandoned the cities after wars or something....but then the signs of battle would show in the ruins, dead warriors skeletons and stuff which I don't think has been the case. anyway whatever histories might have been kept by the mayans the spanish very cleverly burned. i think there are a couple of pages of some sort of calendar left around somewhere, there's a picture of them in my encyclopedia anyway.

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Traveller]
    #442853 - 10/31/01 06:50 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

"meso-american"


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: gnrm23]
    #442863 - 10/31/01 07:17 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Thats right long gone before the Spanish invasion. SCREW CORTEZ!!! You guys are thinking of the Aztecs now there is a story of greedy guys with guns killing thousands of people a day. In one battle the Spanish were to tired to keep hacking the Aztecs up so they quit and returned later. Imagine killing 4000 plus and losing none of your own. Then they blow all of the gold building the Armada which the British destroyed without losing a single ship. Paybacks are hell.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Lenore]
    #442872 - 10/31/01 07:36 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

In reply to:

are you kidding?
As far as what anthropologist know the Mayan Civilization declined and eventually disappeared for unknown reasons.




Ooh how mysterious!

In reply to:

Are you all discussing Foklore, Myths, or something, because the historical and archeological record holds no evidence for the existance of Atlantis, and dolphins? wha?




I'm discussing history. Not the kind you find in school where things are left out and generally changed around to suit the perspective they want you to take. True history, as it was.
As for my final thought, dolphins are aliens from Sirius, and Atlantis is under Bermuda Triangle.

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: ]
    #443061 - 10/31/01 11:12 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

I read somewhere that the Atlanteans were very advanced in the arts of transplanting body parts...even the Brain...and could theoretically live forever by these means. And also that some actually "evolved" into Dolphins before the great cataclysm...it is said that that if we could decipher the Dolphin language that we could discover the lost secrets of Atlantis. Man are Guardians of the land and the Dolphins are man's counterpart, the guardians of the sea. They are just as intelligent as us. (maybe even more so, considering they don't war with eachother or destroy their own environment) and that the Dolphins language is closer to the council of nines language. I suggest reading "Earth: the only planet of choice" it's a very interesting read if you keep an open mind.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Rono]
    #443083 - 10/31/01 11:33 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

I shall repeat the question of Amoeba665 couse I was wondering the same: what is the seventh solar ring karmic pattern? besides arrogance, prejudice, hatred, violence, victimhood, and shame.
You forgot one.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: SoulJah]
    #443161 - 10/31/01 01:00 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

listen there is very little information regarding the mayans. serious archeology on their culture has only been going on since the sixties. there is one comprehensive text on the subject "the world of the ancient maya" by john s. henderson. he brings together the best research done on the mayans.

they didn't "mysteriously" disappear. don't pull shit like that out of your but. they weren't gone before the spanish, and aren't gone today, the mayan people still exist, their previously sophisticated culture doesn't, the spanish effectively destroyed it.

reread my last post.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Axiom420]
    #443185 - 10/31/01 01:21 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

nopes, the spanics destroyed the asthecs (sp)
the asthecs (sp) destroyed the mayas (they told me in history class)


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: The AntiChrist]
    #443218 - 10/31/01 01:57 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

aztecs
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olmec
maya
mixatec
toltec
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& what about quetzalcoatl, huh?
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even so, if "native" americans crossed over the bering land bridge from asia ~ 13,000 y.a., they spread pretty far & wide over 2 continents, (& incidentally fairly well decimated the larger fauna of north america in the space of a very few centuries) and diversified into an incredibly variety of cultures...
of course, IF they were one of many waves of various alien starfaring races, that's a whole 'nother story... but most people willing to examine the genetic record (and geological...) tend to believe that the life forms on this planet originated here on this planet... no need for mysterious alien visitors from other star systems, or wandering anti-ecliptic planets (shades of immanuel velikovsky!), or travellers form other planes or dimensions... of course, ymmv...
then again, if one accepts that beings pretty much human arose 500,000 to 3,000,000 y.a. either in africa or asia (or both...) --- well, a whole lot can happen in a million years or so...
shucks, a lot of folks in the usa can't agree what happened on nov 22, 1963, and much of that was caught on film !!!
ummm, i always find myself amazed at the variety of things that people are able to believe... what a world, what a world...
strange daze...


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: gnrm23]
    #443225 - 10/31/01 02:06 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

quetzalcoatl was Aztec I beleive..and he was considered a god.

I'm pretty sure the Mayans were long gone before the Spanish arrived...The Spanish were responsible for wiping out the Aztecs and the Incas. But if memory serves me correctly the Spanish were the ones that discovered the Mayan ruins.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: The AntiChrist]
    #443368 - 10/31/01 04:26 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

In reply to:

I shall repeat the question of Amoeba665 couse I was wondering the same: what is the seventh solar ring karmic pattern? besides arrogance, prejudice, hatred, violence, victimhood, and shame.
You forgot one.




Whoops...sorry... Addiction

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Rono]
    #443444 - 10/31/01 05:43 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

The Nahuatl, Aztec, Olmecs, and Toltecs all had a diety/hero figure named Quetzalcoatl. So did the Mayans.

Modern day Mayan descendants occupy large areas of Guatemala and eastern Mexico. They still grow up speaking Mayan languages. I happen to personally know a Mayan, his name is Mark, he is like 4 and a half feel tall and is funny as hell.

The Mayans didn't dissapear!

Don't trust history teachers, even at the college level, they usually don't have a clue.

Don't trust encyclopedias. Read an artical in one in a subject area in which you happen to be an expert. Encyclopedias are generally useless in matters of history.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: gnrm23]
    #443499 - 10/31/01 06:31 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

that's the one! damn mental block was really frustrating me each time writing central and south american over and over again....

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Axiom420]
    #443506 - 10/31/01 06:34 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

right that's a good point, that the mayan people are still around...but why did they leave their great cities? why don't they remember? maybe i'll try find that book.

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Axiom420]
    #443516 - 10/31/01 06:39 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

wow you know a real live mayan? yeah encyclopedias are great but since they're usually put together by englishmen the information on anything non-european is usually fairly crap. same goes for most history teachers. so were the mayans always really short or is your friend mark an exception? could you ask him what happened to his ancestors, see if he knows any cool folklore or whatever, and report back to us?

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Traveller]
    #443661 - 10/31/01 09:14 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

This'll be long but good it is some good info:

The Maya

Building in part upon the rich lagacy of the Olmec culture, the Maya developed an impressive civilization in present-day Guatemala, Honduras, Belize, southern Mexico, and Yucatan. The Maya were separated by linguistic differences and organized into numerous city-states. The development of effective agricultural technologies increased productivity and led to population growth and urbanization. During the Classic era (250-900)AD, the largest Maya cities had populations in excess of fifty thousand. The indreased agricultural production that followed late Preclassic innovations helped make possible the development of large cities like El Mirador. During the Classic period, Maya city-stats proliferated in an era of dramatic urbanization. One of the largest of the Classic period cities was Tikal in modern Guatemala which had a population of more than 50,000 and controlled a network of dependent cities and towns.

The destruction or abandonment of many major urban centers between 800 and 900 AD brought the Maya Classic period to a close. There were probably several interrelated causes for this catastrophe, but no scholarly consensus exists. The destruction in about 750 AD of Teotihuacan, the important central Mexican commercial center tied to the Maya region, disrupted long-distance trade and thus might have undermined the legitimacy of Maya rulers. Some scholars have suggested that climatic change contributed to the collapse, but evidence supporting this theory is slight. Regardlesss of the disputed causes, there is agreement that by 900 AD the Maya had begun to enter a new era, the Postclassic."

[Please note that this was the end of the golden period of the Mayans. The Postclassic civilization was very different, according to this source, heavily influenced by the Toltecs of Central Mexico. This however, was the period in which the famous pyramid Chichen Itza was built, which also functions as a calendar, accurate to two more decimal places than our current Gregorian calendar.]

"Although the reasons are not yet clear, it is known that Chichen Itza experienced significant population loss after 1100AD and was conquered militarily around 1221AD. Following this catastrophe, the city retained a small population and may have remained a religious pilgrimage site.

By the end of the thirteenth century, the Itza exercised political and economic authority across much of Yucatan. The origin of the Itzas is unclear. As their name suggests, they CLAIMED to be the people of Chichen Itza. The Itza elite claimed descent from the Toltecs and were linguistically distinct from the region's original population. They could have been related in some way to the Putun Maya from near Veracruz. The Itza are also believed to have founded the city of Mayapan which imitated Chichen Itza.

"The Itza eventually established dominion over most of the Yucatan peninsula, but many Maya groups remained independent. At its peak, Mayapan had a population of approximately 15,000. The size of the city's population and the quality of its construction were far inferior to that of either the major Classic centers, like Tikal, or Postclassic Chichen Itza. The oppressive economic system probably provoked the warfare and rebellion that led to the end of Itza domination and the destruction of Mayapan about 1450 AD. The ITza persisted, despite these reversals, continuing an independent existence in the Peten region of Guatemala until defeated by a Spanish military force in 1697.

"From the fall of Mayapan until the arrival of the Spanish in the sixteenth century, the Maya returned to the pattern of dispersed political authority. During this final period, towns of modest size, some with no more than 500 inhabitants, exercised control over a more dispersed and more rural population than had been the case in earlier eras. The cycles of expansion and collapse experienced by Chichen Itza imitated in many ways the rise and fall of important Maya centers during teh Classic period. Although no pwerful central authority existed in Maya regions when the Spanish arrived, Maya peoples retained their vitality and sustained essential elements of the cultural legacy inherited from their ancestors."

Personally, I feel that the mysterious population decrease leading to the end of the Mayan Classic era, was probably some type of evolution into a higher vibrational state. Vibrations that the normal eye...... cannot see.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: D_Tox]
    #443665 - 10/31/01 09:17 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

A Mayan Calendar


Kind of interesting, eh?


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: D_Tox]
    #443729 - 10/31/01 10:39 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

We went to college together and haven't seen each other since.

There is lots of speculation as to why their culture fadded away. The best that can be figured out based on the scant few primary sources is that the Spanish purposfully killed their priests, intellectuals, and any one with any good amout of authority. After a few generations of living with the European Aliens their culture blended in with them for the economic survival of the Mayan individuals.

It also didn't help that each Mayan conquorer that displaced his ememy as head of the state liked to destroy his predecessor's temples and build his own on the spot with his own particular version of history written on it.

The Mayans were, what we would call, very supersticious in a religious kind of way. Human sacrifice was common. When the Spanish killed the priests there was no one to enforce the killings. And generally as a rule, people prefer a government that doens't kill the closest neighbors just for sacrifices, it isn't personally benificial to the individual. Lots of the Maya were converted to Catholicism, which didn't take as much from the people.

Hey how do I post a scan?


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Axiom420]
    #443806 - 11/01/01 12:32 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

shroomism, according to you the 12th planet (nibiru) has a 2600 year orbit... i was under the assumption that the mayan civilization was at it's peak well after the year 400's bc. (which, according to you, was when the last passing of this planet was). you can't just make anything that seems a little strange fit into your theories...


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: D_Tox]
    #443817 - 11/01/01 01:02 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

what is the himalayan kingdom of shambhala (shangri-la!)doing on a "mayan calendar" ?

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Traveller]
    #463942 - 11/19/01 09:38 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: SoulJah]
    #464950 - 11/20/01 08:02 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

the myans, where did they go?

If I am not mistaken, they moved to North Miami Beach.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Axiom420]
    #464958 - 11/20/01 08:06 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

bump?

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: ]
    #464963 - 11/20/01 08:10 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

I'm discussing history. Not the kind you find in school where things are left out and generally changed around to suit the perspective they want you to take. True history, as it was.

No, not the kind based on actual research, but that based on pure fantasy from reading cheap fiction like Charles Berlitz "The Bermuda Triangle" or Von Danniken's "The Chariots of the Gods".

And how does one study "True History" when it is all locked away in your imagination?

As for my final thought, dolphins are aliens from Sirius,
They swam 10 million light years through a vacuum?



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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: coma]
    #464975 - 11/20/01 08:19 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

you can't just make anything that seems a little strange fit into your theories...

When one is not using any form of logic or factual substantiation, and makes up the rules as one goes along, he can make it fit to his satisfaction if no one elses.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: D_Tox]
    #464989 - 11/20/01 08:31 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

The interpretations written on this document have nothing to do with the Mayans.

4th dimension light body?


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Rono]
    #465380 - 11/21/01 07:34 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

I read somewhere that the Atlanteans were very advanced in the arts of transplanting body parts...even the Brain...and could theoretically live forever by these means.

And the author got his information from where? Getting words published does not give them any sort of validity. What you read was a work of fiction.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Swami]
    #465928 - 11/21/01 06:48 PM (22 years, 7 months ago)

Sigh, thanks for pissing all over this thread Swami.
I hope somebody lifts the lid off your box someday.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: D_Tox]
    #466372 - 11/22/01 03:50 AM (22 years, 7 months ago)

Sigh, thanks for pissing all over this thread Swami.
Your gratitude doesn't dound very sincere. Please tell me how I have violated the spirit of these boards.

Does a DISCUSSION board mean a "nodding one's head in agreement with whatever tripe is posted" board?

I hope somebody lifts the lid off your box someday.
Talk about inappropriate responses. Instead of ignoring and / or rebutting my posts, you stoop to some kind of threat? That is truly sad.





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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Swami]
    #466628 - 11/22/01 01:11 PM (22 years, 7 months ago)

In reply to:

Does a DISCUSSION board mean a "nodding one's head in agreement with whatever tripe is posted" board?




I believe a discussion board means the back and forth sharing of opinions and knowledge. Shooting down others opinions and labeling them illogical is more of a form of debate.

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: ]
    #466659 - 11/22/01 02:03 PM (22 years, 7 months ago)

I never threatened you or anyone. You missed the metaphor. the "Box" is a metaphor. I meant in terms of being open-minded, not a threat of any means.

I never said you had to agree with anything. I said to contribute you should try positive communication. Instead of labelling ideas and opinions "tripe". If you don't agree with an entire thread, how about starting a new thread expressing your viewpoints and ideas.


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: D_Tox]
    #466713 - 11/22/01 03:24 PM (22 years, 7 months ago)

AMEN!


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Swami]
    #466742 - 11/22/01 04:00 PM (22 years, 7 months ago)

In reply to:

As for my final thought, dolphins are aliens from Sirius,
They swam 10 million light years through a vacuum?




No they flew here in their spacecraft. "Beamships" as they are sometimes called. Travel below the speed of light is easily accomplished. At the speed or above the speed of light requires much precision and technological advancement, but is required for interstellar travel or how else would we travel 10 million light years? Even at the speed of light it would take 10 million years. The secret is by entering hyper-space, whereby the craft and all occupants become fine-matter particles, and travel across millions of light years in a split second.

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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: D_Tox]
    #467096 - 11/22/01 11:14 PM (22 years, 7 months ago)

I never said you had to agree with anything. I said to contribute you should try positive communication.

First off, Mayans have nothing do with spirituality nor philosophy. This is the realm of history / archaeology, so the spirit of the thread was violated by the poster.

Please tell me how questioning extremely far-fetched stories with absoultely no corroborative evidence is indicative of a closed mind.

If I make up some fantastic story about fish from Mars, or Men In Black and agree with things like Atlanteans morphed into Dolphins - which amazingly contradicts the Sirius dolphin connection, would I become an accepted member of the shroomery tribe?


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Re: the myans, where did they go? [Re: Swami]
    #468111 - 11/24/01 03:45 AM (22 years, 7 months ago)

guys Swami is right, you have to accept othwer opinions and he is right there is a reason to ask how you come up with that stuff.. sounds nice and stuff, but I think you are too fast in believing things..
whatever, I hope I can believe in anything one day..I don't even believe a god when he talks to me ;) ;)...

Shroomism, you allways act like if you knew anything and presend your theorys as fact..but I must admit thamn I'm facinated by it..but not more..and it is fun to read..I allways read you posts :)

ohh well, I hope I live untill 2013 to see if your right.....

and I'm with gnmr23..I'm alos facinated of the things that eople believe..
yestersday I had a disussium with some ejhova guys..was funny..

have a nice day..
and continue to post shroomism..I really like it..maybe it gets usefull 2013..if not it was very cool fiction..

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