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#1
New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / Re: Hello there.
Last post by Kilenda Ceile De - September 13, 2022, 12:28:26 PM
VALID! The pandemic restructured patterns, I think, in pursuits, etc. Anywho, WELCOME! I hope that folks will return with stories of awesomeness in their lives!
#2
New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / Re: Hello there.
Last post by Len - September 11, 2022, 07:05:33 PM
Welcome to the forum springbrook!

Thank you for sharing a bit about yourself and your own journey. Most Culdians themselves live in New Zealand, so you're not too far geographically.

Sadly, yes, much of the forum side hasn't been much used recently, but we may see an uptick soon as the main section of the website is almost finished being redesigned, and we have some exciting announcements coming regarding books and courses that you and others may find of interest. Hope you stick around for these in the coming year.

In the meantime, please feel free to reply to old threads and start new ones of interest. Over time, I'm sure you'll find enlightening dialogue and others to engage with.

Cheers!
#3
New Member Introduction and Forum Questions / Hello there.
Last post by springbrook - September 03, 2022, 10:11:10 AM
Thank you for accepting my request to join the forum.

I don't really know where to start other than saying that a lot of the literature and commentary on the site resonates, and truth has it's own frequency.  My own personal journey over the last 3 years has been quite wild - in the sense of the parable of "the lost sheep" being rounded up before major changes take place in this realm. "My sheep will hear my voice".   I'd been hearing it for a couple of years before that, but although aware, I half-ignored it until it got as a loud as trumpet.

I feel like the guy running alongside the plane holding my hand up to be pulled up on board before it takes off.  Currently living Down Under, originally from the UK (born in Wales, lived mainly in England) - so Keltic ancestry mixed with Anglo-Saxon sensibilities (and dullness). Magic and the Sense of Anything is possible (literally) from the Keltic side and the orthodox procedural life training of the Anglo-Saxon.

It seems the forum hasn't been used much for a few years, which is a pity because the content on it is excellent.

Edit: Too many "I"'s in that post, but I'll be selfish for the introduction!


#4
History: Modern & Ancient / Re: Taoism and the 'Sons of Re...
Last post by Ra - August 15, 2022, 06:22:36 PM
Quote from: Chuangzu on March 06, 2022, 12:27:36 AM
In recent years the subject of alternative archaeology has attracted much interest with the discoveries of Gobekli Tepe and the theories of Graham Hancock pushing the limits of civilization back to the exact time period 12,000 years ago when Chee Soo tells us the visits from the Sons of Reflected Light occurred. This time period coincides with the Younger Dryas event which is a hypothesis that a comet or asteroid hit the Earth and drove us back into the Ice Age temporarily and may have caused a huge tidal wave that gave rise to the many flood myths we see in various cultures across the world. Evidence has been found around the world for just such an impact. A crater has recently been found in Greenland that could be the culprit. New technologies like ground scanning radar and satellite imaging are opening up a whole new field of archeology. Upwards of 200 underground cities inter-connected with tunnels have been found in Turkey for example, and a new unexplored chamber in the Great pyramid not to mention a network of underground tunnels on the Giza plateau. And there's a compelling argument that the lost city of Atlantis actually coincides with the Richat structure in the desert of West Africa that exactly matches Plato's account of the measurements for the city in his dialogue Critias, and also exactly matches Chee Soo's timeline of 12,000 BP.
I have gathered some interesting posts on this Facebook group if anyone is interested to read further. I have broken down the group into topics that match the assertions Chee Soo made about the Sons of Reflected light and what he told us about them, and I'm just trying to build up a picture of this time period and what we know about it.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/childrenofreflectedlight/



Awesome, thanks. Have sent a request to join via fb :)
#5
World Events and News / Re: Eye on the Middle East
Last post by Ra - August 15, 2022, 06:11:55 PM
Quote from: Ra on February 28, 2016, 05:53:52 AM
A picture is worth a thousand words




Week twenty of the Russian military intervention in Syria: a ceasefire and yet another huge victory for Russia

http://thesaker.is/week-twenty-of-the-russian-military-intervention-in-syria-a-ceasefire-and-yet-another-huge-victory-for-russia/





If there was subliminal programming inserted into the Bible by the Vatican to distort history and prophecy, Putin would be the Biblical 8th King of Revelations,  & unite Europe with the Popes blessings. Moscow also possible subliminal hidden holy city.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqZueMM5W3o&list=WL&index=38

Despite what western media (heavily NATO influenced) say, Ukraine is not wining the ground war. With the latest city of Pisky to fall.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5eLEGLchW4&list=WL&index=39

#6
Social Forum / Lacking Awe and Inspiration
Last post by wsimm101 - June 16, 2022, 06:06:14 PM
Hello,

I recently watched a video by Jordan Peterson in which he was saying something along the lines of needing meaning, awe and a call to something greater. I have spent lots of time in my life contemplating the world and existence. I've thought about the origins of the universe, mans destiny, the nature of reality etc. and reached what I consider to be satisfactory explanations for everything, although they may be wrong they're probably the best I can do with my limited resources. I'm wondering now if I have a problem where I have no more inspiration or drive. If the best thing we can achieve is just to continue our existence then what really is the point? If we are to fade away would we not just return to where we are in the fullness of time? Are the circumstances that created life and everything not surely repeatable? If we achieve some eternal state of bliss does it not have to be juxtaposed by suffering to actually have definition? Do we not have to accept that our insignificant lives can be snuffed out by any number of events? That there's nothing more certain than our children or children's children themselves being snuffed out or changed beyond recognition? Is it just a case of making ourselves comfortable until we die? Where can one find awe? Jordan Peterson mentions the night sky but even when I look up on a clear night I don't sense awe. I just see a material world that can end or loop or some magnified version of our current existence. I do appreciate the beauty of the firmament but it's just so much matter and the spirit is just some kind of repose before the cycle of life starts anew. How can I revivify my perspective or am I just getting old?
#7
History: Modern & Ancient / Re: Taoism and the 'Sons of Re...
Last post by Chuangzu - March 06, 2022, 12:27:36 AM
In recent years the subject of alternative archaeology has attracted much interest with the discoveries of Gobekli Tepe and the theories of Graham Hancock pushing the limits of civilization back to the exact time period 12,000 years ago when Chee Soo tells us the visits from the Sons of Reflected Light occurred. This time period coincides with the Younger Dryas event which is a hypothesis that a comet or asteroid hit the Earth and drove us back into the Ice Age temporarily and may have caused a huge tidal wave that gave rise to the many flood myths we see in various cultures across the world. Evidence has been found around the world for just such an impact. A crater has recently been found in Greenland that could be the culprit. New technologies like ground scanning radar and satellite imaging are opening up a whole new field of archeology. Upwards of 200 underground cities inter-connected with tunnels have been found in Turkey for example, and a new unexplored chamber in the Great pyramid not to mention a network of underground tunnels on the Giza plateau. And there's a compelling argument that the lost city of Atlantis actually coincides with the Richat structure in the desert of West Africa that exactly matches Plato's account of the measurements for the city in his dialogue Critias, and also exactly matches Chee Soo's timeline of 12,000 BP.
I have gathered some interesting posts on this Facebook group if anyone is interested to read further. I have broken down the group into topics that match the assertions Chee Soo made about the Sons of Reflected light and what he told us about them, and I'm just trying to build up a picture of this time period and what we know about it.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/childrenofreflectedlight/

#8
Kolbrin/Kailedy / Re: The Cross
Last post by John Boy - November 24, 2021, 06:45:11 AM
Greetings,
The word "cross" simply implied a stick, pole or beam that was used sideways (horizontal), i.e. a cross beam.
A pole "across" the shoulders was used to carry a load or burden.  Picture the traditional two pails suspended from a cross pole.  You could carry more burden than normal if you used a cross.
It's rich with metaphors:  "Picking up your burden"  "balancing the days load" "putting down your cross".
If you were tied, or nailed, to a cross, which was then raised up and nailed to a tree (or post) you would die from asphyxiation.  A similar word today would be "hang".  You can can hang a picture on the wall, or hang an outlaw from a gallows.  Words have a strange way of taking on a single connotation later, but shouldn't be read into a earlier writing.  Because many of us no longer carry our burdens on a cross, we've lost that meaning for the word, and seem to only use it for a crucifixion.
#9
History: Modern & Ancient / Re: Maori Tradition
Last post by Ra - October 02, 2021, 03:14:57 AM
Interesting, in one of the Maori Legends, there is one about a Bird woman, i wonder if she was related to thoth?

Hatupatu and Kurungaituku
the Birdwoman

https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/periodicals/TAH196512.2.16




#10
History: Modern & Ancient / Re: Maori Tradition
Last post by Ra - August 19, 2021, 04:41:40 PM
THE WHARE-WANANGA
OR HOUSE OF TEACHING OR LEARNING; THE MAORI COLLEGE.

https://www.sacred-texts.com/pac/lww/lww1.htm