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15 hours ago, Mr H said:

Seen some weird stuff when I was in the new age scene.

 

I had a shamanic teacher in london and she insisted one day I had to come with her and other to see her teacher in Glastonbury to open up new dragon frequencies for the earth near the TOR.

 

I never heard anything like this and it sounded cool and I never been to Glastonbury before.

 

When I went there, I met the dude and prior to us all going out and opening up these frequencies he decided to "show case his skillz".

 

And the stuff he was doing was just to be honest ridiculous.

 

The first was he had this statue of the madonna and claimed that he could make it produce sacred oil, so everyone watched in awe whilst oil came out of this statue. 

 

For his second trick he would come up to us with this glass sphere with his sidekick and get us to put our hand on top of his hand on this sphere and then like a electric bolt fired across it. In both cases it looked like a very cheap trick from a magic shop.

 

And the last trick he got out a rock and said he could make the rock sing. So he did this kind of hocus pocus incantation and then there was this wailing noise. And I could tell it was coming from a speaker at the back - I used to dj and am pretty good with sound and it's location.

 

In all these cases people were in absolute awe and worshipping him. I could tell he was a con, but couldn't say anything, I would have been linched.

 

He also claimed to have know jesus back in the day and told us some stories about his mate...

 

Interesting experience indeed.

 

 

 

Haha! A little bit off-topic I know, but the mention of the Madonna and Jesus brought this little ditty to mind from Cool Hand Luke ...

 

Plastic Jesus

 

 

I don't care if it rains or freezes
Long as I've got my plastic Jesus
Sitting on the dashboard of my car


Comes in colors pink and pleasant
Glows in the dark cause it's iridescent
Take it with you ... when you travel far.

 

Get yourself a sweet Madonna
Dressed in rhinestones sitting on a
Pedestal of abalone shell


Going ninety I ain't scary
Cause I've got the Virgin Mary
Assuring me that I won't go to hell.

 

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1 hour ago, webtrekker said:

 

Haha! A little bit off-topic I know, but the mention of the Madonna and Jesus brought this little ditty to mind from Cool Hand Luke ...

 

Plastic Jesus

 

 

I don't care if it rains or freezes
Long as I've got my plastic Jesus
Sitting on the dashboard of my car


Comes in colors pink and pleasant
Glows in the dark cause it's iridescent
Take it with you ... when you travel far.

 

Get yourself a sweet Madonna
Dressed in rhinestones sitting on a
Pedestal of abalone shell


Going ninety I ain't scary
Cause I've got the Virgin Mary
Assuring me that I won't go to hell.

 

😎

 

Catchy song, I like it. 👍

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  • 4 weeks later...

Seen about a dozen different ufos in my life, but one sighting was weird and was almost an assault. 
About 5yrs ago I was in the yard looking up at the stars on a crystal clear night.

 

All the stars were still and subtly shimmering as they do. All of a sudden, one star starts moving to the north. As it reaches a cluster of other stars, one of them starts moving north along with the first.


Once the second star was directly above my head, it sort of turned at me and powered up, shining a super intense flash of light. It literally burned itself into my retinas, I could still see the flash when I shut my eyes for hours afterwards.

They both slowly moved north and disappeared over the horizon.


I considered it a warning. 

 

 

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The majority of people in Iceland believe in elves.

 

A 2007 University of Iceland survey found that 62 percent of Icelanders believe in real-life elves. In fact, in 2014, protesters claimed a proposed highway would destroy an "elf church," which to many was just a gigantic rock. Eventually, the "church" was moved to a safe place so that it would not be harmed and the construction continued. Though the rock weighed 70 tons and required a crane to move it, the preservation of places important to elves is significant to Icelanders.

 

The country's elf history dates back to Viking-era poems from around the year 1000. To Icelanders, these elves are not tiny figures who build toys for Santa; they actually look very much like humans and can range in size. Many believe that grave misfortune will befall those who dare to build in elf territory, even though it cannot be seen—hence the "church" preservation.

 

Geothermal Blue Lagoon in Iceland

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