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    Ancient Genetics Factory: The Temple of Artemis

    KD - in one of your above posts, you have shown a picture of a bull. And in previous posts have mentioned bull testes. Is this just due to symbology associated with the Temple? In many ways, it makes sense to me that the archetypical female animal would be a bee. Yet for a male would presumably...
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    Ancient Genetics Factory: The Temple of Artemis

    Man this has pretty much ruined my two favourite Bryan Adams songs for me: Chicane feat. Bryan Adams, don't give up. This video totally has allusions to clones, a decoder would have an absolute field day with this. Loverush UK feat. Bryan Adams, 'Tonight in Babylon'. Don't think I will be...
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    Ancient Genetics Factory: The Temple of Artemis

    These ideas do scare me. It makes a kind of sense when put into a historical perspective and the narrative of the rise of celebrity culture. Get children and adults these days worshipping celebrities. Have the illusion of choosing politicians yet know that whoever gets chosen will be a puppet...
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    Ancient Genetics Factory: The Temple of Artemis

    So I have tried to pull together a few bits discussing Princess Diana, preferably without sounding a little ATS’ish. Which is surprisingly hard (apologies if I overstep the mark it wasn’t intentional if so), so I have focused upon things that link to the discussion already, and to warn in...
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    The Reset and the Art of the Denver Airport

    LoL. I am writing a sci-fi series, which admittedly I don't know how it is going to end. But one notion I bandy about is that the elite go underground to avoid a cataclysm. Which never materialises, and the poor stuck above ground just concrete them in. As mentioned by jd755 - otherwise it is...
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    The Reset and the Art of the Denver Airport

    Ah I was really hoping my 152m above sea level house nestled in the Chilterns far from the sea was going to suffice :( but that blows me out the water. Nonetheless, and perhaps strangely, despite never having been there or having any reason for it, I have deep within my soul always had a bit of...
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    Ancient Genetics Factory: The Temple of Artemis

    I have no idea how this fits in or whether it does, but it is a point that I feel should be brought to attention. Princess DIANA died in a tunnel called the Point d'ALMA IN Paris. Book on her death was called DEATH OF A GODDESS. There apparently was a temple of Diana where the tunnel stood...
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    The Reset and the Art of the Denver Airport

    I think it is entirely possible Colorado is one of the 'safe' places for the next reset. There is precedent for predictive programming / hiding is plain sight in culture also: Has anyone read Atlas Shrugged, by Ayn Rand? I am sure lots of people have thoughts on Ayn Rand, of which I probably...
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    Are the topics and threads in this forum being used as material on popular monetized YouTube channels?

    I don't know whether he is telling the truth or not, however Max Igan is quite vocal that his youtube channel is not monetised and for what its worth I believe him (and presumably it is easy enough to check?). However, he definitely comes on here! Whatever he says... Also one thing he said once...
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    New York, Development or Apocalypse?

    All that removed mud would need to go somewhere wouldn't it. How Hurricane Sandy flooded New York back to its 17th century shape as it inundated 400 years of reclaimed land
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    Terraforming of the Corinth Canal

    Is it possible that there was no isthmus at one point, merely an island close to the mainland. Then for whatever reason, it was decided it would be preferable to connect the two. And the sea was filled in and turned to land. Perhaps explaining the strange rock faces cut through above. On the...
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    19th century: 3,000-mile Intracoastal Waterway

    Thanks, and I agree it probably is. However, I have a memory of the note attached to the exhibit saying that it was used to dig (deepening the channels). I am not disagreeing with you, I am just attaching my memory to the discussion. I do feel that your point makes more logical sense. The blades...
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    19th century: 3,000-mile Intracoastal Waterway

    As to how they were built, I recall visiting the Panama Canal miraflores museum when I was younger. Quite a good museum that I think would benefit from a visit back there with knowledge I have now as to the knowledge I had then - (if anyone finds themselves in Panama City, I recommend). Anyway...
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    1901-1902 Charleston West Indian Exposition

    I am not sure if it has already been pointed out. Apologies if so. However, in case it hasn't... The constitution refers to Natures God. The "laws of nature and of nature's God" entitle the United States to independence. Men are "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights."...
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    Folly Buildings: what are they?

    I think in Clive Barker's imajica, Godolphin uses his folly (from his landed gentry estate in hampsted) to transport to the dominions. Aware that this is just a fantasy novel. However your comment reminded me exactly of that. It was very much described as an interdimensional train stop. I am...
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