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  1. What's to stop a grown man learning? But the story is a metaphor. The important thing is that he found love. Same is true with the endings of other stories of a fairy tale nature, like the Prince in Sleeping Beauty, who also found love.
  2. The Jungle Book is about the life of Mowgli, from the time he was a baby, his life as a wild boy, to the time he became an adult and a man, so the story is not just about a child.
  3. The political left vs right is a sham, I agree. I voted once after I left school, but haven't voted since the early 80's.
  4. I'm praying Boris Johnson does a u-turn on mandatory vaccines for the NHS... he might not even be PM soon. I've never known a PM to be so loathed.
  5. A great number of people feel that they've been ripped off by Brian Rose. I've got no reason to personally hate or disliker him, but I do feel sorry for the people who trusted him and feel betrayed.
  6. Mowgli became friends with the animals. As he grew older, he didn't collaborate with humans who wanted to cause trouble in the jungle, and the animals that helped Mowgli develop human-like qualities, so it was a mutually beneficial relationship. I love real tigers, but I writing about a metaphor... referring in particular to the 1942 Technicolor action-adventure film version of "The Jungle Book", directed by Zoltan Korda. In this film, Shere Khan is portrayed as Cain, who as described in the book of Genesis, killed his brother, Able. In the introduction to the film, the narrator describes Shere Khan: "The Tiger - the killer the man eater, the villain who first brought murder to the jungle clan - Shere Khan. It's said that in his first kill, when he was Cain to some poor Able of the glades, when he ran from the scene of his crime, the trees and creepers whipped him with their branches and striped his yellow hide with the mark of Cain. This evil lord must have his dish-lickers his bullies for attendants; the jackal and the hyena, hungry for the scraps of the murderous master's feast." (from the 1942 version of "The Jungle Book", directed by Zoltan Korda) Max Heindel, an American occultist, astrologer, mystic and Rosicrucian, wrote that Freemasonry originated with Cain, who was "the son of a widow". He wrote, "They have lost their spiritual sight and are imprisoned in the forehead of the body where it is said Cain was marked; they must wander as prodigal sons in the comparative darkness of the material world, oblivious to their high and noble estate..." At the end of the Disney story, the jungle is severely damaged by a fire. Mowgli is confronted by Shere Khan, but Mowgli sets fire to his tail. Shere Khan, terrified of fire, runs away.
  7. Meat Loaf + Pavarotti
  8. Shelob, in The Lord of the Rings, has been associated with symbolising a sexual threat, her mouth being like a 'toothed vagina', a maternal entity that devours masculine identity in a castrating embrace. Shelob is the mother of the matrix. She's also a monster that tries to prevent anyone escaping from the matrix. In Cirith Ungol, 'the pass of the spider' that leads to Mordor, Shelob paralysed Frodo, but using the special sword, "Sting", Sam fought Shelob. She advanced, seeking to crush Sam with her soft squelching body, but she thrust down on the erect sword. Wounded and almost blinded with the light from the Phial of Galadriel, she retreated into darkness. Thanks to Sam, Frodo survived the ordeal, however, it left Frodo with a wound, and it was this injury, and another that prevented Frodo from remaining in the Shire and being happy there, so he boarded a ship and travelled to "the Undying Lands", a special place outside of Middle-earth, which is only welcome to immortals and Ring-bearers.
  9. @Fluke If you were on the David Icke forum in 2011, you may remember haensel, who used to talk a lot about astral reality, and another poster called zsymon, who also gave vivid descriptions of her experiences in the astral. There was one thread that was incredibly well over a 100 pages long.
  10. Astral reality and dark matter is a fascinating subject, just to think so much is going on without us always being consciously aware of it, but it's also exciting because it means, once the "fog" and spidery web of deceptions, and lies, clears, then whatever is experienced now will be worth it. The imagery used to describe the Mother of the Matrix is not real. There is no actual Shelob "spider" waiting in her snare to entrap us, but the idea is real and cosmic strings and strands are being spun all around us. Creatures like "Shelob" are an artistic device, an attempt to visualise the astral. It's also connected to karma, so we also help to spin the web ourselves by our thoughts and actions.
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    Being Alive

    Sleepy Lagoon (Eric Coates) - This song originally existed as a piece of light orchestral music in the style of a French waltz serenade with the title, "By the Sleepy lagoon". In 1940, ten years later, lyrics were added with Coates's approval by Jack Lawrence. Coates is reported to have said to Lawrence, “You have set the words to my music so cleverly that one would never suspect that the music had been written first!" In 1942, as Britain was in the midst of World War II, Coates's original orchestral version was chosen (with added seagulls) to introduce the BBC Home Service radio series "Desert Island Discs" that's still going to this day, on Radio 4.
  12. I think Delingpole would wheedle out new revelations. I'm sure it'll happen in the not too distant future.
  13. I couldn't bring myself to listen to Brian Rose, but I'd be really interested in a conversation between David Icke and James Delingpole!
  14. Back in 2003, Graham Hancock invited Laird Scranton to be his author of the month and appeared on the forum to discuss his latest research regarding Spiders and Mother Goddesses. Laird Scranton has studied ancient myth, language, and cosmology since 1997 and has been a lecturer at Colgate University. He became interested in Dogon mythology and symbolism in the early 1990s. He also appeared in John Anthony West’s Magical Egypt DVD series. A few shared insights from the discussion...
  15. I've been revisiting verses from the third chapter of the book of Proverbs and forgotten how beautiful and uplifting they are (verses 13-18): Happy is the man that findeth wisdom, and the man that getteth understanding. For the merchandise of it is better than the merchandise of silver, and the gain thereof than fine gold. She is more precious than rubies: and all the things thou canst desire are not to be compared unto her. Length of days is in her right hand; and in her left hand riches and honour. Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace. She is a tree of life to them that lay hold upon her: and happy is every one that retaineth her.
  16. His office is just round the corner from where I live, by what used to be the Old St roundabout, and he campaigned to be the next Mayor a while back. That's all I'm going to say!
  17. I think there's definitely something i what you say.
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    A HUMOUR THREAD

    LADmob in Egypt (Saqqara Pyramids)
  19. They could be manoeuvring away from pandemic lockdowns, in some places, towards environment lockdowns.
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