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    It is not necessary for eagles to be crows.- Sitting Bull

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    Quote Originally Posted by soul controller
    lol Aqueous

    peace Mot
    Peace it is in the KTL .. otherwise its ignorance


    to keep it going..

    on Ringing Bells from Masta Killa

    "god outkilled hitler" and many more ... peep that song its crazy

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    "Mathematics is the purest form of logic" ~Camilus

    "Be afraid, be VERY afraid. The Terrorists are coming." ~Pres. Bush

    "You're better off rich and guilty than poor and innocent." ~Immortal Technique
    "I, like all of us, am just a theory.
    But those who realize this become a law, of existence."
    ~Camilus

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    I did not know then how much was ended. When I look back now from this high hill of my old age, I can still see the butchered women and children lying heapen and scattered all along the crooked gulch as plain as when I saw them with eyes still young. And I can see that something else died there in the bloody mud, and was buried in the blizzard. A peoples dream died there. It was a beautiful dream....the nations hoop is broken and scattered. There is no center any longer, and the sacred tree is dead. "Black Elk, Lakota"

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    " One does not sell the land upon which people walk "
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    Lakota Proberbs:

    Knowledge is rooted in all things--the world is a library.

    Touching the earth equates to having harmony with nature.

    When a man moves from nature, his heart becomes hard.

    If you continue to contaminate your own home, you will eventually suffocate in your own waste.

    True peace between nations will only happen when there is true peace within people's souls.

    No matter how hidden a force is, it will attract some kind of resistance.

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    Sitting Bull
    “Let us put our minds together to see what life we can make for our children.”


    Crazy Horse
    “Treat the earth well, it was not given to you by your parents; it was loaned to you by your children.”

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    Sitting Bull
    “I have advised my people this way: When you find something good on the whiteman’s road, pick it up; but when you find something bad, or it turns out bad, drop it and leave it alone.”
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    Lakota Proverb
    “A nation is not conquered until the hearts of its women are on the ground. Then it is finished, no matter how brave its warriors or how strong their weapons.”

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    "I know that I know nothing" Lao Tzu.
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    what a quote!!

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    Perhaps the greatest myth being purveyed,is that myths are just myths - Michael Tsarion

    We are here to learn to love one another. I do not know what the others are here for. - (W. H. Auden)

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    "Enlightenment = Knowledge + Wisdom + Understanding
    Enlightenment = 1 + 2 + 3
    Enlightenment = 6
    Enlightenment = Equality"
    ~Camilus

    "Time is an illusion; a very stubborn one."
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    "I, like all of us, am just a theory.
    But those who realize this become a law, of existence."
    ~Camilus

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    got some nice unique quotes
    enjoy


    In Uriel’s Machine, authors Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas write:
    …Neanderthals did not contribute mitochondrial DNA to modern humans; Neanderthals are not our ancestors


    Top scientist Gunther Rosenburg writes:
    Man is a unique animal. He stands out like a sore thumb when comparisons are made with
    his cousins, the apes. The differences are more numerous than the similarities. Darwins Theory of Evolution is simply unproven.



    And researcher Laurence Gardner puts it this way:
    It took man over a million years to progress from using stones as he found them to the realization that they could be chipped and flaked to better purpose. It then took another 500,000
    years before Neanderthal man mastered the concept of stone tools, and a further 50,000
    years before crops were cultivated and metallurgy was discovered. Hence, by all scales of
    evolutionary reckoning, we should still be far removed from any basic understanding of
    mathematics, engineering or science – but here we are, only 7,000 years later, landing
    probes on Mars…So, how did we inherit wisdom, and from whom??



    And most mysterious of all, we have the following from the mouth of one of the
    acclaimed co-founders of the Theory of Evolution, Alfred Wallace himself:
    … some intelligent power has guided or determined the development of Man


    And in the fascinating book Mankind – Child of the Stars, Max H. Flint and Otto O.
    Binder detail a very important anomaly:
    ...molybdenum, a very rare metal plays an important role as a trace element in the physiology
    of all Earth creatures. It is surprising, therefore, that life so dependant on a rare metal
    should arise on a molybdenum-poor world like ours
    They draw our attention to 35,000 years BC to the specific transition from the speciesof Neanderthals who were not our ancestors to Cro-Magnon who are believed to be.
    They write:
    And the greatest riddle of all comes up – where did Cro-Magnon Man, the first of our own
    Homo sapiens species, come from 35,000 years ago?
    The disappearance of Neanderthal Man and the advent of Cro-Magnon Man at approximately
    the same time is one of the truly big stumbling blocks to the Evolution theory, for they
    are non-sequitur species. Neanderthal most decidedly could not be the direct ancestor of
    Cro-Magnon, for they were two distinctly different types of human, physically and even skeletally. Had a big brain, but small mental capacity. Was a mass of muscle. Was replaced suddenly byCro-Magnon, who was a completely separate species.
    …Neanderthal most decidedly could not be the direct ancestor of Cro-Magnon, for they
    were two distinctly different types of human, physically and even skeletally.
    Neanderthal Man endured both cold and mild cycles with apparently equal success. He continued to exist in western europe right up to about 35,000 years ago, and then he abruptly disappeared. The evolutionary tendencies that he exhibited during this period are extremely puzzling. For he seems to have gotten more “primitive,” not less so.
    Classical Evolution theory simply cannot account for these two events. First, the abrupt disappearance of a whole well-entrenched species, plus the abrupt debut of a better species. Second, the fact that the Neanderthal species retrogressed and became more primitive as time went on. Natural selection and survival-of-the-fittest are square pegs that cannot be hammered into those round holes…

    These scientists are both convinced that biogenetic intervention and hybridization
    resulted in the demise of the Neanderthal and the sudden appearance of
    the much more sophisticated Cro-Magnon. And they are far from being lone speculators in the orthodox academic community. Dr. Robert Bloom, noted paleontologist, came out with a
    pronouncement that probably staggered all his colleagues, saying it was clear to him
    that evolution was accomplished not by natural selection or mutations but by:
    …spiritual beings of various grades and various kinds of intelligence.



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    When we look back across the historical time of patriarchy…there seems to be some terrible
    inevitability, a relentless desire to crush the female essence, human and divine. The question of why is one of the most puzzling of our time… (Leonard Schlain, The Alphabet and the Goddess)

    In the 1950s the father of the Atomic Bomb, Robert Oppenheimer (who frequently
    quoted the Mahabharata), was asked by a student at Rochester University, whether his Atomic Bomb was the first in history to be exploded, he suggestively answered: “Well yes, in modern times, of course.”


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