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Look to friend me on my facebook page or look at the bottom for my Discord chat page, if still up, that is also here if you need invite and here if you are already a member. If any abuse is there think to stop it then the creator stops what you don't think is necessary or don't need to work better. I think or not and it fits the point, so you see the point you so if you think, then your focus can know what is there by area you think. I figured out you aren't a mental target if you are thinking that your not otherwise thinking your one makes you one. So lets hope that works as you wish.

If you think you're a personal or mental target, stop then think to do something else as long as it's normal. I think i figured out my real illness, If I think to do or write I won't if I panic or if I allow things then I can write the ideal. So I will write as I think or will and I don't have to be there to write it.
This is where I think as you want to do things, or work until I don't need to do things as this is use of this. I think this is a blog based off my past life, working with memories that I happen to remember.

Here is an appropriate quote of the day: "Something I realized is that spells and magic don’t work if your soul determines it isn’t best for you or your growth... that’s why some magic works for some people and doesn’t for others. Some can grow wings some can’t, that memory just came to me because I tried to do it." -pup
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Friday, July 17, 2009


  This doc covers the magical soothsayer, Nostradamus. Who spent part of his life with visiions and ritual ceremonies. If you want his prophecies, look at the bottom half of here.

  Michel de Nostredame, better known as Nostradamus was born during a winter storm within the 16th century. It was during a time of a star that was portentious to sight. During his long years of his career he had told over 1000 prophesies. Nostradamus was a famous astrologer who lived in the 16th century. He made many prophecies, both for his current era and the distant future. Most famous are his Centuries, a series of 942 verses, grouped in sets of 100, describing future events. A single verse is commonly called a quatrain and 100 quatrains a Centurie.

  His writings were in French. And, He was thought to be into the dark arts and therefore had to write his quatrains in code to prevent his persecution during the Inquisition. A few of the major subjects that he covers in his writings are about times of trouble, the anti-Christ, Scientific achievements, Geological changes and World War III. As you can tell from the themes in some of these quatrains, even thought he didn't make concrete statements, Nostradamus was definitely a apocalyptic thinker.

The first years were pure oblique living. Then the visions started coming to him. One day he was walking along a riverbank and he saw a plant. Then his vision blurred and he was watching a strange picture box from outside a strange house. It showed a report that had pictures of a murder that was to come. His vision came back to focus on the plant again and he blinked his eyes. This was his first vision.

  The process that started out as vision recording turned out to be that he was tied to a chair or locked in a room by himself with nothing in it to keep from hurting himself as he was then living out the visions. Then as he raved on people he paid would listen to his descriptions and write down the things they understood him speaking with much debate afterward. The things they wrote down were often unknown to them yet he managed to get over 1000 prophesies written for him. The one I think about the most is the prophesy of the world trade center being destroyed by an airplane. It was quoted as thus "A big metal bird which flies into a building and the building burns." He also had dreams which he wrote down. He took to staring at fires and water bowls to gain glimpses of the future through the focus of the words future sight as a daily practice. His visions were very far reaching as sometimes the visions came unbidden. The act after the ceremonies of future vision was the act of cleansing. I myself have done several future visions and controlled the sight at night. Afterwards, I always cleanse myself or find myself slightly confused all day long.

  The prophetic writing of Nastradamus are loosely interpreted by scholars and religious fanatics alike. From each group of individuals we gain a different meaning of the prophecies themselves. According to the scholarly type the prophecies are taken in a literal form and observed for accuracy and lack of accuracy. The point is not so much to prove something right or wrong but to observe the prophecies and see if they do correspond to current and future events. Scholars take the view of a skeptic in a sense, just as the average public, so as to calm a curiosity that lurks in the mines of all, "What of tomorrow?". If we can be sure of certain events than we can at least have an ideal of the fate that is to we are destine for. It doesn?t change the value of life as long as we don?t indicate when these events should occur. And in accordance with the prophecies of Nostradamus, there are very few dates shone in the course of prophetic career.

As far as the fanatic you find a whole other view of what the prophetic writings mean. This group uses the prophecies in correlation with their religions doctrine, usually the Bible. Such as Jean-Charles de Fontbune, author of "Nostradamus: countdown to Apocalypse" and "Nostradamus 2; into the 21st century. She appears to be correlating the Biblical Apocalyptic text with the prophecies in attempt to prove that we are in the final days of the earthly existence, as we know it. Dates are calculated and reinterpreted instead of observed for fact or fiction. Events are elaborated on to show more meaning. And facts are made of a man?s dreams.

  I am not making a personal judgment call about the way that the prophecies are interpreted. I am merely stating obvious observations made in the course of a month long study. The fact is that Nostradamus never made any end of the world prophecies. He just stated some events that he believed would occur. The word "end" is used only to describe the end of a period or era. The key is to observe why scholars? view the text and what has doing so done for them. And view the more fanatical groups and learn why they believe as they do and illustrate the correlation to the viewers of this page.

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