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  1. 12 hours ago, DaleP said:

    It is by avoiding the shadow.


    That's a joke. I took issue with your spelling and grammar on one occasion, disagreed with you on the subject of crime and punishment, and you thought it justified calling me an "infestation" in another thread. Check your own shadow at the door, sweetie.


    12 hours ago, DaleP said:

    Yes, people have different beliefs and opinions but it is us, individuals, who keep certain vibration and attracts it.




    People with a high vibration don't advocate for the death penalty. 


  2. I have heard the term before; in my readings what I understand of that term is that it describes an alleged war between spirits who created the earth realm and intended for it to be a 'school' of sorts and other, apparently wiser spirits who advised against the creation of the earth realm believing that it would create a pattern of suffering which we would all find it difficult to transcend.


    I encountered this information courtesy of a channeler called Michael Reccia who wrote a series of books in which he claimed to be channeling a spirit called Joseph. It was Joseph who claimed there was a so-called war in heaven between the two opposing factions, but that it wasn't really a war in the true sense of the word. It often occurred to me that this Michael Reccia guy was channeling a Reptilian. At one point in the book, the Jospeh spirit is highly judgmental towards particular types of human being and this does not correlate with what I know of spirit.


    I would take everything you read by channelers with a pinch of salt. Some of them are bound to be mischievous ETs who are trying to mess with our minds and beliefs. Try your best to neutralize your beliefs before you leave this world and also try and neutralize any negative beliefs about God because it has been suggested by many that it's your beliefs which determine what you experience in the Astral after you leave here.


    As far as that book is concerned, there is a copy of it on Amazon for £380. This usually only happens when it's a book that the PTB in this world don't want you to read for some reason but there may be exceptions.

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  3. On 12/22/2022 at 8:01 PM, Truthblast said:

    Thank God police caught her.


    Who knows what grave damage her silent prayer could have caused?   😆






    I simply don't believe that someone was arrested for antisocial behavior because they were praying. It's staged. Sends a message to both Christians (which I am assuming she is) and pro-lifers, in one fell swoop. No way did this copper believe it when he said that praying is antisocial behaviour. These are method actors acting out some silly little play. 

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  4. 23 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

    perhaps get some therapy to learn how to manage their actions, maybe...just maybe there is hope.



    The problem with these types of folks is that they very rarely end up sat in front of a therapist because inevitably at some point in therapy a person has to be able to see that they themselves have some negative traits, things to work on and are entirely responsible for their own life. Narcissists have a retardation of responsibility and accountability; they will deflect or deny even in instances of very overt abuse like violence. I would not be opposed to the DSM reclassifying Narcissism as a developmental disorder since their sense of responsibility, empathy and emotional intelligence are all retarded but obviously I know that would be considered by many quite a controversial opinion.

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  5. I heard the piece of music below in a film recently, Frank Darabont's "The Mist", and I thought it was a very beautiful piece of music, but that it also conveys sadness and suffering. Either way I think it's an outstanding piece of music.



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  6. On 12/24/2022 at 11:30 PM, Campion said:

    @Ethel  that's funny, I had the same experience with a Windows 10 laptop which put me off windows for home computers, windows seems so overbloated it needs an expensive machine to operate properly. I switched to an acer chromebook 3 years ago and it worked fine, still hasn't slowed down and has only crashed a few times since I got it. But yeah it's a more lightweight operating system (hence the battery lasts longer) and you're more limited for software, you can only use google play store instead of downloading any programs you want. 


    There is a caps lock by the way, but not with its own button use alt search. Forwards delete needs alt backspace. There's a list of them, either: ctrl alt / 

    or see https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/183101  


    I am assuming an acer chromebook is somehow better than an "asus" chromebook, which is what I have. Either way it has disappointed me.

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  7. I have to get something off my chest. I really despise chromebooks. I bought one last year in Lidl's boxing day sale because it was approximately half price, thinking to myself: "great, I am getting a laptop/tablet for half it's rrp! What a bargain!" Then I felt all smug and lucky when I managed to get one.


    Fast forward one year.


    It is the cuntiest of cunty technologies. I have never used such shit tech. They should rename it "page unresponsive book" instead of chromebook. It has almost constant lag, whenever I try to load any page on this forum it can take sometimes 30 seconds or more to load, and the entire laptop regularly freezes when I lift the lid after it hasn't been used for a while. It has no fucking caps lock, for God's sake. The black screen of death regularly appears at random for seemingly no fucking reason. 


    Honestly, NEVER buy this motherfucker. It's the Frank Spencer of the tech world. 🙄

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