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I think Photoshop and CGI trickery, have conditioned us to 'not believe our own eyes'.

And for GOOD reason.


I also think, that isftime travel has been created in the 'future', that what they found is that PAST can not be changed.

Once stamped, it's there. It may only be subject to very slight altering. If pushed in the right place, at the right time, with the right people.


That is my thoughts on time travel. Hope it makes sense.
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The future is NOW.... well it was when I said it....now is the past...fuck
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:)

I watched an interesting episode of Through the Wormhole regarding 'Time' the other day.

It has been rather forefront on my mind since.

:thetimeisnow:
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Time flies when having fun

[link to berkeleysciencereview.com]
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True.

One fascinating wrinkle to the experiment was that this difference in rating only occurred when the timer counted up, but not when the timer counted down.

Nelson accounts for this finding by pointing out that if the timer counts down to reach zero as the song ends, our brain expects this result, no matter how much time has actually elapsed. And when expectations are met, no subconscious explanation is necessary, because in his words, “Our minds are incredibly lazy. If they don’t have to think hard, they won’t.”

But when the manipulated timer counts up, the song seems to end unexpectedly early (or late), resulting in a sense of surprise at the unexpected duration. Our brains then subconsciously grasp for an explanation to account for the disparity between expectation and result. The study suggests that the explanation that made itself available to the subconscious minds of the test subjects is that “time flies when you’re having fun,” leading people to rank their experiences in accordance to the time distortion they felt.

[link to berkeleysciencereview.com]


[googlevid]Did you know people blame boredom outside themselves?

Attention spans are shorter than ever.


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That video was 3min 5sec. Dudes a liar. I wonder if some ppl actually found that hard to sit through? That's a scary thought.

Yes, I've seen boredom blaming. I
Maybe it's just a way to temporarily cure boredom.
It certainly doesn't make much sense. I wonder if you could make a correlation between amount of imagination and amount of time bored and how it would read?
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I think Photoshop and CGI trickery, have conditioned us to 'not believe our own eyes'.

And for GOOD reason.


I also think, that isftime travel has been created in the 'future', that what they found is that PAST can not be changed.

Once stamped, it's there. It may only be subject to very slight altering. If pushed in the right place, at the right time, with the right people.


That is my thoughts on time travel. Hope it makes sense.
 Quoting: Seer777


Watched the new season of Once upon a time this morning and was talking about time travel. But then they thought instead of time travel about finding who wrote the tome of destiny instead as time travel just seemed to makes messes altering everything but not giving happy endings to everyone in the tome.
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I think all the Ebola threads have dulled GLP's shiny.

'Fear' after all, leads blood from the brain to the muscles. That is why people often act irrationally when spooked, in fear, or highly stressed for long periods.

Critical thinking goes out the window, unless one knows how to hold their 'cool'...

'Don't panic' is an excellent piece of advice.
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GLP is a breaking news source. Actual panic would occur before you ever have a chance to post here.

I am here for reality. News here breaks hours or at least many minutes before sheep know. 70% is crap but that is why you have a brain to do that critical thinking. I actually bought a subscription here to pay for my information...vs...paying a much higher price for bad information. So far, it might be the best purchase I have ever made.
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:)

I became a 'paid member' my first day here.

'Breaking News' was not the reason though. Although GLP is among the quickest in that regard.

Someone is always on top of it. If you will...

Shows the true power of 'word of mouth' and instantaneous 'audience'.
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:)

I watched an interesting episode of Through the Wormhole regarding 'Time' the other day.

It has been rather forefront on my mind since.

thetimeisnow
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Time flies when having fun

[link to berkeleysciencereview.com]
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True.

One fascinating wrinkle to the experiment was that this difference in rating only occurred when the timer counted up, but not when the timer counted down.

Nelson accounts for this finding by pointing out that if the timer counts down to reach zero as the song ends, our brain expects this result, no matter how much time has actually elapsed. And when expectations are met, no subconscious explanation is necessary, because in his words, “Our minds are incredibly lazy. If they don’t have to think hard, they won’t.”

But when the manipulated timer counts up, the song seems to end unexpectedly early (or late), resulting in a sense of surprise at the unexpected duration. Our brains then subconsciously grasp for an explanation to account for the disparity between expectation and result. The study suggests that the explanation that made itself available to the subconscious minds of the test subjects is that “time flies when you’re having fun,” leading people to rank their experiences in accordance to the time distortion they felt.

[link to berkeleysciencereview.com]


[googlevid]Did you know people blame boredom outside themselves?

Attention spans are shorter than ever.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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That video was 3min 5sec. Dudes a liar. I wonder if some ppl actually found that hard to sit through? That's a scary thought.

Yes, I've seen boredom blaming. I
Maybe it's just a way to temporarily cure boredom.
It certainly doesn't make much sense. I wonder if you could make a correlation between amount of imagination and amount of time bored and how it would read?
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CollegeHumor does nearly everything well. lol.


I heard someone say the other day that they had a hard time 'imagining in color'.

I found that alarming.

I mentioned it here.

Mesmerism and what we consider to be the strictures of reality.

They are the pressures which ignite.
 Quoting: Le Coq Sportif


You mean like, what pushes one into dissonance?

Novelty?

What pushes one to push self forward?
 Quoting: Seer777


Actually, the opposite, the memoryless silence which is the open or aware visual conciousness.

What becomes difficult to reintegrate to language, but visually or artistically takes shape as ever more complex rythmic form on the artists palette.


This is why I believe its important to spawn complex moving images in ones minds eye.
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I saw someone say the other day that it was difficult for them to 'imagine' in color or moving.

I found that rather alarming.


And have wondered since, how much one's keen imagination and abilities within said, count for.

I'm not sure that makes sense.
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I think all the Ebola threads have dulled GLP's shiny.

'Fear' after all, leads blood from the brain to the muscles. That is why people often act irrationally when spooked, in fear, or highly stressed for long periods.

Critical thinking goes out the window, unless one knows how to hold their 'cool'...

'Don't panic' is an excellent piece of advice.
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the infectious spread of these ebola threads seem far more virulent than the disease itself. thanks for having a thread about something else.
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I think all the Ebola threads have dulled GLP's shiny.

'Fear' after all, leads blood from the brain to the muscles. That is why people often act irrationally when spooked, in fear, or highly stressed for long periods.

Critical thinking goes out the window, unless one knows how to hold their 'cool'...

'Don't panic' is an excellent piece of advice.
 Quoting: Seer777


the infectious spread of these ebola threads seem far more virulent than the disease itself. thanks for having a thread about something else.
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Yes. Fear spreads very quickly. And Panic causes irrational behavior, which pings off others. AKA 'Group Think'.


Hello David.

Long time. I was thinking of you some weeks back. Although we have only spoken a few times over the years, you made an impact on me on the times we did.

Hope you are well. And the Summer found your favor.

:)
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I recall and imagine everything in pictures or movie clips/gifs if you will. I can't really imagine letters when I think though. Even to spell something for someone I have to write it down or look at a keyboard. I use to think this was weird.

I then read a study somewhere I don't have the link to on my tablet that identified the different ways ppl imagine and recall info.

Some ppl actually think.in words like when you type out a response and others are like me and strictly visual while still others had a mixture of the two or a slightly different way of doing it.

I wish I could find the study right now. Oh well.

I think I'm off for awhile, alcohols making me sleepy. Later.

hi
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I think Photoshop and CGI trickery, have conditioned us to 'not believe our own eyes'.

And for GOOD reason.


I also think, that isftime travel has been created in the 'future', that what they found is that PAST can not be changed.

Once stamped, it's there. It may only be subject to very slight altering. If pushed in the right place, at the right time, with the right people.


That is my thoughts on time travel. Hope it makes sense.
 Quoting: Seer777


Watched the new season of Once upon a time this morning and was talking about time travel. But then they thought instead of time travel about finding who wrote the tome of destiny instead as time travel just seemed to makes messes altering everything but not giving happy endings to everyone in the tome.
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I think that if people become capable of traveling back in time it would be for the purpose of 'fixing something' considered undesirable on a further time line. Or if a 'super villain' or benevolent force for that matter, got a hold of said tech, to go back and slant time in their favor.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

That is not to say it exists.


Just that it seems on occasion, strange 'time anomalies' that still defy explanation.


Deja vu for example.

What IS that?
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I think all the Ebola threads have dulled GLP's shiny.

'Fear' after all, leads blood from the brain to the muscles. That is why people often act irrationally when spooked, in fear, or highly stressed for long periods.

Critical thinking goes out the window, unless one knows how to hold their 'cool'...

'Don't panic' is an excellent piece of advice.
 Quoting: Seer777


the infectious spread of these ebola threads seem far more virulent than the disease itself. thanks for having a thread about something else.
 Quoting: davId 39253629


Yes. Fear spreads very quickly. And Panic causes irrational behavior, which pings off others. AKA 'Group Think'.


Hello David.

Long time. I was thinking of you some weeks back. Although we have only spoken a few times over the years, you made an impact on me on the times we did.

Hope you are well. And the Summer found your favor.

:)
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good of you to respond my friend,

lots of work this summer, not as much time to paint with words as i might like.

i always find your threads of interest, hope you are well.
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I think Photoshop and CGI trickery, have conditioned us to 'not believe our own eyes'.

And for GOOD reason.


I also think, that isftime travel has been created in the 'future', that what they found is that PAST can not be changed.

Once stamped, it's there. It may only be subject to very slight altering. If pushed in the right place, at the right time, with the right people.


That is my thoughts on time travel. Hope it makes sense.
 Quoting: Seer777


Watched the new season of Once upon a time this morning and was talking about time travel. But then they thought instead of time travel about finding who wrote the tome of destiny instead as time travel just seemed to makes messes altering everything but not giving happy endings to everyone in the tome.
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I think that if people become capable of traveling back in time it would be for the purpose of 'fixing something' considered undesirable on a further time line. Or if a 'super villain' or benevolent force for that matter, got a hold of said tech, to go back and slant time in their favor.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

That is not to say it exists.


Just that it seems on occasion, strange 'time anomalies' that still defy explanation.


Deja vu for example.

What IS that?
 Quoting: Seer777

Have a few thoughts on what it is. I for one think when there is a deja vu to pay attention/heed to it and surroundings.
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I recall and imagine everything in pictures or movie clips/gifs if you will. I can't really imagine letters when I think though. Even to spell something for someone I have to write it down or look at a keyboard. I use to think this was weird.

I then read a study somewhere I don't have the link to on my tablet that identified the different ways ppl imagine and recall info.

Some ppl actually think.in words like when you type out a response and others are like me and strictly visual while still others had a mixture of the two or a slightly different way of doing it.

I wish I could find the study right now. Oh well.

I think I'm off for awhile, alcohols making me sleepy. Later.

hi
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I too am an 'image thinker'. And my imagination lends itself where ever it wills. At the time. :)


Remember that question I posed whether one remember their memories viewing themselves 'top down' or through their own eyes? Seems pertinent here...

Sleep well.

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I think all the Ebola threads have dulled GLP's shiny.

'Fear' after all, leads blood from the brain to the muscles. That is why people often act irrationally when spooked, in fear, or highly stressed for long periods.

Critical thinking goes out the window, unless one knows how to hold their 'cool'...

'Don't panic' is an excellent piece of advice.
 Quoting: Seer777


the infectious spread of these ebola threads seem far more virulent than the disease itself. thanks for having a thread about something else.
 Quoting: davId 39253629


Yes. Fear spreads very quickly. And Panic causes irrational behavior, which pings off others. AKA 'Group Think'.


Hello David.

Long time. I was thinking of you some weeks back. Although we have only spoken a few times over the years, you made an impact on me on the times we did.

Hope you are well. And the Summer found your favor.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


good of you to respond my friend,

lots of work this summer, not as much time to paint with words as i might like.

i always find your threads of interest, hope you are well.
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I am well. I just got my first puppy and am living the adventure of that, at current.

Quite a joy. Yet, he has needle teeth. Which hurt. lol. He's learning. I think.


Summer is busy for me too. I always enjoy your words as well.

:)
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I think Photoshop and CGI trickery, have conditioned us to 'not believe our own eyes'.

And for GOOD reason.


I also think, that isftime travel has been created in the 'future', that what they found is that PAST can not be changed.

Once stamped, it's there. It may only be subject to very slight altering. If pushed in the right place, at the right time, with the right people.


That is my thoughts on time travel. Hope it makes sense.
 Quoting: Seer777


Watched the new season of Once upon a time this morning and was talking about time travel. But then they thought instead of time travel about finding who wrote the tome of destiny instead as time travel just seemed to makes messes altering everything but not giving happy endings to everyone in the tome.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I think that if people become capable of traveling back in time it would be for the purpose of 'fixing something' considered undesirable on a further time line. Or if a 'super villain' or benevolent force for that matter, got a hold of said tech, to go back and slant time in their favor.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

That is not to say it exists.


Just that it seems on occasion, strange 'time anomalies' that still defy explanation.

Deja vu for example.

What IS that?
 Quoting: Seer777

Have a few thoughts on what it is. I for one think when there is a deja vu to pay attention/heed to it and surroundings.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I remember the first time being struck with it in a 'no nonsense' manner.

I was in the 4th grade and at a Halloween 'School Fair'. I was in private school and they set the 'indoor play area' up for Halloween.

The moment I walked in, I was struck by deja vu so severely, it stopped me in my tracks. I stood there wondering how the hell I could remember this, although it was my first year there, and it had 'never happened'.

It was so alarming, I remember it to this day.

Not sure why, really. But there it is.
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Watched the new season of Once upon a time this morning and was talking about time travel. But then they thought instead of time travel about finding who wrote the tome of destiny instead as time travel just seemed to makes messes altering everything but not giving happy endings to everyone in the tome.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I think that if people become capable of traveling back in time it would be for the purpose of 'fixing something' considered undesirable on a further time line. Or if a 'super villain' or benevolent force for that matter, got a hold of said tech, to go back and slant time in their favor.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

That is not to say it exists.


Just that it seems on occasion, strange 'time anomalies' that still defy explanation.

Deja vu for example.

What IS that?
 Quoting: Seer777

Have a few thoughts on what it is. I for one think when there is a deja vu to pay attention/heed to it and surroundings.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I remember the first time being struck with it in a 'no nonsense' manner.

I was in the 4th grade and at a Halloween 'School Fair'. I was in private school and they set the 'indoor play area' up for Halloween.

The moment I walked in, I was struck by deja vu so severely, it stopped me in my tracks. I stood there wondering how the hell I could remember this, although it was my first year there, and it had 'never happened'.

It was so alarming, I remember it to this day.

Not sure why, really. But there it is.
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I love halloween.

Question is deja vu an effect of forethought/precognition?
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The study I saw suggested storing ones OWN blood. From youth. And not just 'umbilical cord' blood, like they have now. Which is also applicable.

But just blood from our youth.


Can Compounds in Young Blood Fix Aging?
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I noticed that. This part is intersting

The team then screened the blood of young and old mice to look for differences and found that older mice had less of a protein growth factor called GDF11, which is also found in human blood.

Wagers and team then found that an injection of the protein into old mice had similar beneficial effects on the heart.


You know, tonight, there was a guy who had a strange name. He called himself G1, lol, because his name was hard to pronounce. And look here

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The G1 phase, or Growth 1/Gap 1 phase, is the first of four phases of the cell cycle that takes place in eukaryotic cell division. In this part of interphase, the cell grows in size and synthesizes mRNA and proteins in preparation for subsequent steps leading to mitosis. G1 phase ends when the cell moves into the S phase of interphase .

G1 phase together with the S phase and G2 phase comprise the long growth period of the cell cycle called interphase that takes place before cell division in mitosis (M phase).[1]

During G1 phase, the cell grows in size and synthesizes mRNA and proteins that are required for DNA synthesis. Once the required proteins and growth are complete, the cell enters the next phase of the cell cycle, S phase. The duration of each phase, including the G1 phase, is different in many different types of cells. In human somatic cells, the cell cycle lasts about 18 hours, and the G1 phase takes up about 1/3 of that time.[2] However, in Xenopus embryos, sea urchin embryos, and Drosophila embryos, the G1 phase is barely existent and is defined as the gap, if one exists, between the end of mitosis and the S phase.[2]

 Quoting: Fancypantz


What we do know, is that Telomeres are like a 'wick' of a candle.

Every time your cells divides, you lose a a bit more 'wick'.

Once the wick burns out, the cell self destructs. Which causes Aging.

Among other things. Or so the story goes.


What cause rapid cell division to make up our daily bodily stressors?

Why have they found that a restricted calorie diet slows aging?

Why did those who survived the Great Depression generation, LIVE so long?


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I think that if people become capable of traveling back in time it would be for the purpose of 'fixing something' considered undesirable on a further time line. Or if a 'super villain' or benevolent force for that matter, got a hold of said tech, to go back and slant time in their favor.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

That is not to say it exists.


Just that it seems on occasion, strange 'time anomalies' that still defy explanation.

Deja vu for example.

What IS that?
 Quoting: Seer777

Have a few thoughts on what it is. I for one think when there is a deja vu to pay attention/heed to it and surroundings.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I remember the first time being struck with it in a 'no nonsense' manner.

I was in the 4th grade and at a Halloween 'School Fair'. I was in private school and they set the 'indoor play area' up for Halloween.

The moment I walked in, I was struck by deja vu so severely, it stopped me in my tracks. I stood there wondering how the hell I could remember this, although it was my first year there, and it had 'never happened'.

It was so alarming, I remember it to this day.

Not sure why, really. But there it is.
 Quoting: Seer777


I love halloween.

Question is deja vu an effect of forethought/precognition?
 Quoting: Fancypantz


When it hits you, it's like a cold bucket of water down your back.

Especially, if seemingly 'impossible' in the moment. Where no quick search of rational explanation will hold.

In that, I think there are degrees of said. Like sync. You get so use to it, it's like, Yeah, I see you.

But when it really hits you, there is no, not paying attention.

Some years back I began attribution Deja vu to precognition. Due it happened so often, with such mundane and boring event, I remembered dreaming about it.

After that conclusion was formed, it stopped. In that manner. Which was welcomed at the time.
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I nearly posted that earlier. :P

Not to remain 'forever young' but just to starve off the ravages of aging.

How have we not figured this out yet?


We are actually dying earlier than our great grandparents.

Of my generation that is.

The X'ers.

Cheers.

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I am liking the Steve Miller fans.

As I too am a fan. :)


Saw him play at the Gorge at George Washington in 1995. Best 'moments' of my life, up to that point. I knew because I felt if I could relive just that moment for 'all time' I would be perfectly content.


This:

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Here:
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Saw him play at the Gorge at George Washington in 1995. Me too. Awesome concert!
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I am liking the Steve Miller fans.

As I too am a fan. :)


Saw him play at the Gorge at George Washington in 1995. Best 'moments' of my life, up to that point. I knew because I felt if I could relive just that moment for 'all time' I would be perfectly content.


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Saw him play at the Gorge at George Washington in 1995. Me too. Awesome concert!
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Wow! Small world. Yes it was. :D

He sounded amazing. It was the harmonica in that song that stirred me like it did. It sounded so beautiful over the gorge. I found perfect, peaceful contentment in that moment.

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I think that if people become capable of traveling back in time it would be for the purpose of 'fixing something' considered undesirable on a further time line. Or if a super villain or benevolent force for that matter, got a hold of said tech, to go back and slant time in their favor.

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hmm

Thread: Is there an opposite to the CREATOR?
The 'Uncreated'.


Which pops into 'existence' as soon as it is perceived.

If you will.
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Interesting
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Think about it this way. 'Time' is created every millisecond you move through it.
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Being Cher was mentioned...

What a voice.

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hi Seer dear,

one of the great things about YHVH is that even before creation was done, YHVH knew the beginning from the end(amongst many other interesting and wonderful things).
And all is held together, macro and micro by YHVH/YAHshua as the Word(see John ch1).

So much more.

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hi Seer dear,

one of the great things about YHVH is that even before creation was done, YHVH knew the beginning from the end(amongst many other interesting and wonderful things).
And all is held together, macro and micro by YHVH/YAHshua as the Word(see John ch1).

So much more.

How are you?
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Hello. I am well. Hope you are too. :)


By saying that 'YHVH knew the beginning from the end' does that also mean it knew everything in between as well?

And if yes, what good is it creating something you know how the whole story goes? Wouldn't that be kinda boring? As also unabashedly brutal? Looking back...


How would freewill of the characters cause different movement in the Master Painter's canvas?

The canvas moves on Its own. To stay one or more steps ahead, may be all one can do.

Thoughts?


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hi Seer dear,

one of the great things about YHVH is that even before creation was done, YHVH knew the beginning from the end(amongst many other interesting and wonderful things).
And all is held together, macro and micro by YHVH/YAHshua as the Word(see John ch1).

So much more.

How are you?
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Hello. I am well. Hope you are too. :)


By saying that 'YHVH knew the beginning from the end' does that also mean it knew everything in between as well?

And if yes, what good is it creating something you know how the whole story goes? Wouldn't that be kinda boring? As also unabashedly brutal? Looking back...


How would freewill of the characters cause different movement in the Master Painter's canvas?

The canvas moves on Its own. To stay one or more steps ahead, may be all one can do.

Thoughts?


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It has much to do with what the desire of the "master painter" is, and as YHVH makes that quite clear(read rev, gen 1, song of songs, marriage supper of the lamb etc), and that put simply is Marriage to an equal, the fact that the equal is going to be a corporate being, which still allows for the individual units to remain sentient and individuals is also amazing and wonderful. An example/type of this, and a revelation by YHVH about what will happen, is when Eve is created(Eve is also in the image of YHVH, but she is taken out of Adams side as one of his ribs and then made complete.

So great and wonderful, but mankinds failings also so sad and terrible(there is your understanding free will ) YHVH understanding of free will is simple, you choose YHVH and YHVH ways, that is true free will.





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