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Unholy Communion: The Fourth Kind Unveiled


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LincolnGenghis   posted:5/24/2013 5:53:14 PM  (Reply)
I came across this one, I guess it is actually from 2012. Its mildly interesting and on alien
abductions. Long presentation though.

spooky1   posted:5/24/2013 8:01:11 PM  (Reply)
Sorry linc,but the begining was sooo boring I couldn't watch the vidio. danm my add !
LincolnGenghis   posted:5/24/2013 8:34:47 PM  (Reply)
I just found it interesting in the fact that they seemed to have melded aliens and alien abductions into the spiritual realm. I was wondering about something on that same order a couple years ago. The video did get sort of preachy at the end but it does bring up an interesting question. Are those beings or entities really aliens? or something more melevolent and spritual in nature? Does Satan Drive a UFO? :)
spooky1   posted:5/24/2013 8:37:12 PM  (Reply)
Interesting point my friend
jeff   posted:5/25/2013 11:14:18 AM  (Reply)
The problem of determining if these things are spiritual entities or not goes back in my mind to Homer's Iliad and Odyssey where archaeologists cannot tell how much of it is fact and how much of it is fantasy. In addition, the book of Enoch talks about the Watchers or the Egregores, and egregores mean 'thought form.' Pair all this up with Jung's Archetypes, it kind of makes you wonder what is really going on, and if material reality manifested out of thought itself. That's the only way I can sort of make sense of it all.
alleejg   posted:7/31/2013 1:29:18 AM  (Reply)
Sometimes, just sometimes to much {mis}info can lead in circles
Jaxerback   posted:8/1/2013 5:52:14 PM  (Reply)
Homer was a Geek...sorry a Greek poet from antiquity.His writings were probably entirely of his own imagination.
The book of Enoch was supposedly written by the great grandfather of Noah,(the fella who built the ark).Seriously?
Carl Jung was a believer in alchemy and "the collective unconscious".
Mmm...
ParanormalPaul   posted:8/11/2013 12:51:29 PM  (Reply)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulpa

I have always been interested in thought forms. Do we make our own reality. Are ufo a physical construct of our minds? If a person spends enough time and energy concentrating on something, can it become real? If this is the case, how come Heather Locklear never became real in my bedroom when I was a teenager?
gary107   posted:8/11/2013 1:03:32 PM  (Reply)
Perfhaps, if we concentrate on the likely, then they become more possible? Concentrating on the unlikely takes longer ?
ParanormalPaul   posted:8/12/2013 4:54:57 PM  (Reply)
Well if concentrating on the unlikely takes longer, I will start now and hopefully one day your rantings will start to make sense gary107
Jaxerback   posted:8/12/2013 7:36:48 PM  (Reply)
Agent 107 will never make any sense..he is entertaining though.
bobprin   posted:8/12/2013 7:44:36 PM  (Reply)
I used to think about Heather Locklear.....
Jaxerback   posted:8/12/2013 7:55:42 PM  (Reply)

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bobprin  posted:8/12/2013 7:44:36 PM  (Reply)
I used to think about Heather Locklear.....
Mary would not be happy about that....she was probably thinking about Jean-Claude...
ParanormalPaul   posted:8/13/2013 10:44:37 AM  (Reply)
I have read before about the thought forms called Tulpas. The writings of Alexandra David-NĂ©el of how she created a friar monk like creature after learning the discipline from Tibetan monnks. After awhile it was so real that others could see and then to interact with it. It finally got to the point that it was completely autonomous and took on an evil type persona. With the help of the monks there, she was finally able to reabsorb or destroy this 'thought person'.
It also makes me wonder if maybe the concept of ghost could be a very weak version of a thought form also. It could explain why some can see one and others don't.
Jaxerback   posted:8/13/2013 8:33:25 PM  (Reply)
I am a skeptic by nature...I have to "see to believe"..I have an extensive library filled with books concerning the "supernatural".
Having said that however there is a part of me that wants to believe in ghosts etc..but without proof..a belief is just that..faith without evidence.I am also agnostic.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/97362923/Paranormality-Why-We-See-What-Isn%E2%80%99t-There
gary107   posted:8/14/2013 3:50:16 PM  (Reply)
a skeptic and an agnostic, the two go hand in hand as they skip down the lane of blissful arrogate ignorance.
bobprin   posted:8/14/2013 8:12:38 PM  (Reply)
Jax, Mary said she always thought of some monkey named Davey Jones. The mind can create reality. I dream of or wish hard for can come true. Add more people wanting the same thing ie: prayer meetings, then the results can be astonishing. I'm surprized the gov hasn't devised a prayer weapon. Or have they?
Jaxerback   posted:8/14/2013 8:36:11 PM  (Reply)

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gary107  posted:8/14/2013 3:50:16 PM  (Reply)
a skeptic and an agnostic, the two go hand in hand as they skip down the lane of blissful arrogate ignorance.
I'm presuming you meant to say "arrogant ignorance"?
If taking a scientific approach to all things mysterious is wrong,I apologise.
To believe anything with no hard evidence to back up that belief is in my opinion..."arrogant ignorance".
Jaxerback   posted:8/14/2013 9:10:14 PM  (Reply)
I think after all these years searching and hoping to be proven wrong,I have wearily realised that "proof" one way or another will never "materialise"...
I refuse to stop searching and asking unpopular questions though.Davey Jones has a locker also...;-))
ParanormalPaul   posted:8/16/2013 7:52:15 AM  (Reply)
Never give up searching or asking questions. It is what drives the human factor forward. Proof is there. Once it is found it is usually attacked, derided and ignored. Sometimes truth is stretched and bent, and in some cases, false information inserted in it. Beware Davey Jones' locker may have a MasterLock padlock on it.


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