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What does this mean and why do they keep trying to cover it up?
Nice post anon. I didn't believe the official blurb on the site about the image but you just cleared it up with that pic.
Electricity in the form of plasma.
Why would Google censor saturn?
Also if this is nothing to worry about can anyone explain what the deal is with our magnetic field?
Could the earth really be Donut shaped?
this explains being upside down, the sky is on the inner ring
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nevermind, it would make more sense for the inner ring to be the polar antartica
At this point anything would be more believable than the ball earth theory
If NASA came out tomorrow and said the Earth was flat, the moon landings were faked, and ayys lived on Mars, you'd all be talking about the round Earth mission to the moon conspiracy.
Is anyone else fascinated by the man-eating wolf tales from southern France in the 1700's? The "Beast of Gévaudan" is the most famous case, but there are actually several such "beasts" that came before and after, including the "Beast of Vosges" from the late-1970's.
Unlike other cryptid cases, the Gévaudan creatures were linked directly a large number of specific, named human deaths - gruesome slayings, with throats torn out and skulls crushed. And unlike other cases, a dead beast was allegedly presented to the court of Louis XV.
Unlike mere hungry wolves, the beasts were said to be stronger, and also a lot more calculating - selecting and stalking lone targets before attacking ONLY their heads/necks, studiously avoiding hunters, and seemingly killing for the thrill rather than for meat.
There are many theories about what these beasts actually were - everything from attack dog-wolf hybrids to serial killers in wolfskins, but it remains a great mystery.
The volume of literature on the topic (especially in French) is extensive, as are illustrations from the era when the attacks too place and afterwards. As are the theories for what these things might have been - escaped lions, mangy bears, a remnant population of a Stone Age canid, etc.
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Regular wolf attacks were somewhat common, which meant that their characteristics were well-known.
The whole "beast of X" legends only arose when the attacks were distinctly outside the patterns of normal wolves.
"Wolfen" was a very good, creepy werewolf movie from 1981.
You're a PP. A Pretentious Prick. Fuck off and die, cunt.
For years now... for decades now, I've had flashes of this one spot. Back in the early '90s, I was riding my bike, and stopped to smoke some weed at this spot. It was just a regular thing. But all the time I get these flashes of that totally unimportant spot. There's no reason I should keep getting these images. I was there ONE TIME, but for LITERAL DECADES I've... IDK, man.
Now, there's a really fucking large power station there, and I found that alarming.
Not kidding. There is a strange energy at this place in Salem, Oregon.
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it's this little spot
I really think something happened there. It's really close to a homeless camp. But IDK. It FEELS deeper, in significance, and time.
>>18818509 > and stopped to smoke some weed at this spot
Sorry man I can't take you seriously anymore
I am sorry we aren't all tendie eating NEETs wouldnt want to risk their GBP to do drugs
This is near skinwalker ranch.
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What the hell are those in the circle form? Pillars? The middle looks like a house??
It was supposedly to be a "wind farm" a long time ago but never got built.
Who is looking at you /x/?
What entity is hiding in the vast pixels of your screen
Do you accept?
>>18818777 >not the kind you're thinking of.
female to male?
I have a sudden urge to get hitched to my sister.
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This is a picture of Bohemian Grove taken in 1992. What the fuck are they doing there?
It reeks of occult rituals and black magick.
Cum on feel the noise
Let's rock, and get wild wild wild.
what game is this, anon?
Dragon Age 3
Very great series, I got into it when my school got shot up and we had a week off.
Comfy game got me through nasty times.
Generic hair band lyrics?
how long do you have to be a freemason to get a freemason ring and what are the meanings on some of the different rings
Verily, it does
That picture is as ridiculous as picrelated
Besides, masons are open to new applicants and your local lodge has a website with more information if you are interested.
They mostly just meet and discuss a specific topic set for this week's meeting (ie: Should weed be fully legalized? How will the migrants change Europe? Etc... lots of /pol/ topics)
>>18816989 >how long do you have to be a freemason to get a freemason ring
As long as you want. Don't even have to be a Mason, as they're not official regalia.
>and what are the meanings on some of the different rings
Whatever the owner or maker wants. Usually one gets one with symbols one prefers.
Wore one for a bit, but felt too Mr. T to do so. Lapel pin is much better, and lodges actually give one to you.
>>18817641 >They mostly just meet and discuss a specific topic set for this week's meeting
>(ie: Should weed be fully legalized? How will the migrants change Europe? Etc... lots of /pol/ topics)
Shit no. Politics and religion are absolutely forbidden topics in lodge.
bruh, you can literally just buy these rings off the internet. Freemasons dont get a ring like some kind of gym badge at a certain level, you just buy them. There is a official catalog that is used, but literally none of the content it trademarked or anything.
I never get a straight answer on this, and pop culture just confuses things.
Yazdanism was concurrent, but the journal articles for that can be pricey.
>Perhaps the lack of a title speaks to the fact that it was the first faith and needed no title. It was the exaltation of God, the Son and Holy Ghost.
They are not trinitarian faiths. Religion, Science, and Government were not separate at that time: so you can argue that it should all be retroactively called 'Sumer'. I argue that those remains are merely a creed.
Geography separates archaeological findings, that is why we cannot amalgamate terms as you suggested.
If you are truly interested, why not study Sumeria and its religious practices. It would answer many questions you may have.
>I do not mean to offend you, so you need not be elusive.
I am not offended at all and I do not intend to come off as, elusive. These talks allow me to say the things are not said often enough in the world today. If this results in inspiring just one person to become interested in the origins of God and mankind, then blessed are the words that brought them closer.
>>18818942 >Yazdanism was concurrent
Yazdanism, did not exist in the time of Sumer. It does not involve the worship of Anu, Enlil or Enki. The 7 Angels do not directly align to the 7 Anunnaki, the 50 great gods or many of the other major elements of the faith.
With that said, I do find the Kurds to be a great people. They are brave and selfless in battle and deserve much respect. But like Christianity their faith is but a nob to it's ancient origins.
I know what you are talking about; and I think you are under-informed about Yazdanism.
If you want to read about how it carries over into modern religions, then you should learn about the Persian side of it, namely the Yezidis.
This book might be helpful:
>>18818998 >It does not involve the worship of Anu, Enlil or Enki.
No, it does that specifically.
>The 7 Angels do not directly align to the 7 Anunnaki
You now have an argument with wikipedia, and Izady. You should buy this book if you would like to know more:
Long story short, Kurds were the original Aryans, and the original Jews. Religion starts at around the time they start to use those words.
I also have an argument with Izady, but only about his use of the term Iranian. He is only right to use that word as an aegis. I still honor him as an academic, and urge you to read his book if you are interested in the subject.
What effect does this image have on you? Is it particularly spooky?
Don't take away the curse turning me into a qt girl 17, Danger Dog!
Manual breathing and blinking. Itches that you cant reach, bugs all over your body, fuck your shit
Is this one of the children born in concentration camps or ghettos or something, and they asked her to draw where she came from? It makes me feel very sad if thats the case.
I thought it was gonna say something else