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Pharos Light house-Free Energy

When you do your research, you'll find that scientists of calculated how much fuel it would have taken it to operate it.  IMPOSSIBLE.  

If you go deeper you'll find that JErusalem was brighter than New York City, and it wasn't candles and torches.   If you want, you can even pick up a bible and find passages that allude to it.  

Hunting down all the articles, references in ancient texts of what was going on is too much work.  Before Tesla, Edison, there was an entire world of advanced technology..  It wasn't all done by a camp fire. 

http://galacticconnection.com/lighthouse-alexandria/

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ANCIENT COMPUTER

They could predict the weather, specific weather events, and long term trends years in advanced, Eclipses and they knew what eclipises meant and why they needed to monitor them,  they the planetary rotations and transits down to precision.  They used the Metatonic spiral calendar even before Chris Carolan.  they knew  irregular elliptical orbit of the Moon.  

They had lasers to cut and form the metal dials. 

https://atlantisrisingmagazine.com/article/how-old-can-this-strange-machine-really-be/

http://old.world-mysteries.com/sar_4.htm

http://brian-haughton.com/ancient-mysteries-articles/antikythera-mechanism/2/

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Ok, ag, I read this yesterday afternoon, and I'm wondering what the hell I'm allowed to eat other than butter and beef jerky?  Have you dug deeply enough into this to help me out?  

I guess I'm going to have to step away from the wine bottle.  I knew that already and have been trying to cut back to a single glass with dinner.  Not prepared to live long enough to stop completely.

The book lists lots of stuff to avoid, but I'm struggling to come up with meal plans that are OK.  Already doing walleye fried in butter, grilled or baked salmon with dill butter.  Steak rare/medium rare.  Peel & eat shrimp (cooked).  That "don't cook stuff more that 50 degrees C" (only about 120 degrees F) is a tough one.  Not a fan of raw wild game, chicken, beef or most fish.  Vegan?  Not going to happen, but I don't think that's what is being suggested.  Sadly, they don't sell raw whale blubber or seal liver at Target.

No leeks/onions?  WTF?  I can live without garlic, though. 

http://matrixfiles.com/Owners-Manual-for-the-human-body.pdf

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I am not sure what to make of it myself.  It is definitely interesting.  What he is saying mostly is to eat raw food.  I am not exactly sure I am ready to eat raw meat.  I think that like anything else, you have to take what you can use to improve your hydration and cellular health.

Some tidbits I take away are to not cook carbs because it breaks down the cellulose and causes extra sugar intake.  If you watched Beach Philosophy, they talk about cleansing the blood, as does the Owner's Manual.  I would not get too bent out of shape or start tomorrow living by that book.  There is a lot there I will never do, but certainly some easy suggestions that make sense to me.

I remember when I first went on the GAPS diet, I had the same feeling of dread that you have expressed.  There is plenty to eat that is healthy, you just need to learn how to look for it.  I however am learning to eat far less.  I am starting to think that no food is healthier than healthy food.  Of course I am not ready to be a Breatharian (A concept GL introduced me to long before that book), but I am trying to do with a lot less food and healthy water.

Healing is more about separating your Conscious emotions from your physical body.  In other words, instead of having the feeling of, "Oh shit, I can't have this or that," try, "My Physical body does not need that."

Don't personalize a disease state.  You don't have it, your body does.

I would whole heartedly agree that we need to stop eating dead food.  Don't complicate things, if you want to feel alive, eat food that is alive. 

Only your body can tell you what to eat.

In all honesty, the question I found the most interesting, is why are we the only species on earth that does not reach our age potential?  Great Question, their answers are theirs.  What is your answer to that question?  That should help you with what to eat.  I can tell you what I eat at every meal, and it probably will not answer that question for Waxy.

If I can give any tip for diet, my first tip would be to stop eating poison immediately.  No grains, starches, or added sugars of any type.  Don't overcook your food and eat lots of raw vegetables.  You also might want to consider an elimination diet so that you can see what foods you are eating that you shouldn't be.  GAPS is the best IMHO.

www.gapsdiet.com

I hope that helps.

I really liked what he had to say about different systems having different charges and the energy flow throughout the body.  This seems to be the holy grail of healing as GL has been shouting from the rooftops.

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There is a difference between

There is a difference between a healing diet designed to cleanse the lymphatic system and a diet that works for you.

The optimal diet for everyone in the world is NONE exists because your body is a law unto itself and that law changes every 12 years.  It changes for people with spiritual practice because their vibratory rate changes. 

Somebody told me about a vegetarian who had cancer and started to eat meat and the cancer went away.  The living food vegetarians don't account for the influences of their genetic lineage.  

I have to go look up the name of a book but it was written by a doctor who did lots of research to show that a guy who lives in Africa and drinks goat products as they've been doing for God knows how long, and comes  to America and starts to eat the American diet starts to get weak, teeth and everything else goes to hell. 

That's why I like Chinese and Aryvedic medicine because it accounts for the differences in elemental make up. While Ginseng might be great for alot of people, for some it can harm. 

Do you know which lack of mineral salts according to your body type, astrological type, could cause you great illness?  I don't think we've ever talked about the importance of mineral salts. 

I didn't read Ag's book but I'll look at it tonite.  

I've been on rarified diets, juices, wheatgrass, lemons and fruits.  All living food for a few months.   SUPERMAN.  

But the only way I could do that was go away from my environment and go to someplace where they served it and other people were doing it.  Our food habits our mostly addictions that are bloomng hard to get rid of.  If you did that around your family, they'd probably think you are frickin nuts.   If I try to do that when my friends and family are eating regular food, it is near impossible.  You do ok, a food craving comes in and that's it. 

Anybody who has done any elongated fasting with only juices knows that there is nothing that compares to it.  The energy that comes into your body.  You become lucid beyond what you can imagine.

The one thing I can say about all diets. 

If I was going to give out rules that fit all body types.  I'd give out two.  

Systematically, under eat.

Proper food combining. 

And Proper food comining.

Did I mention proper food combining. 

That means if you are going to eat a steak, don't eat a potato or carbs.  Have some vegetable and a salad.

Eat fruits alone.  Certain fruits only that fruit, especially melons and papaya. 

Don't drink while you are eating, or before you eat.   Dilutes your digestive enzymes.  Don't be like me.  I'm addicted to cold drinks.  It's no good for your kidneys'.  Plus if you are around Chinese people, they look at you like what the fuck is your problem.   Polar bears drink cold liquids.  Not humans.

I'll add to food combining, don't eat before you go to bed.  

All of the above makes your foot putrify in your stomach and intestines.   Makes you older quicker, fatter quicker, and dumb. 

Within those rules, you have alot of freedom.  

But these rarified diets are meant to heal you.  Some of you are too yang to maintain a yin diet forever.  Eventually you will have problems like my friend who was a raw foodist and his teeth started to fall out.  He began eating raw eggs and it stopped.  

What to eat is a constant endeavor. 

What you should be aware of is there are cycles, depression cycles connected to certain foods that you might indulge in and you don't know from where the cycle comes from.

My wife bought this trail mix and the next day it was like a Mack truck hit my body.  I was in a daze and felt horrible.  Physical and emotional. 

We talk about invisible forces effecting our behaviors.  You wouldn't believe how many invisible forces at work that contribute to what you should eat for optimal health.

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waxybilldupp wrote: No

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No leeks/onions?  WTF?  I can live without garlic, though. 

http://matrixfiles.com/Owners-Manual-for-the-human-body.pdf

I'm going to have to read that thing.  Leeks, onions are medicinal.  If you eat medicinal foods all the time your body gets adapted to it and than if you need it, it has no effect. All herbs should be taken and then given a rest.    Alot of living foods people only eat these things as medicinals.   I don't know about this taking colloidal silver everyday, all the time.  I said, I DON'T KNOW.  But I would test it energetically and that takes me out of the arguement of we should or we shouldn't.  I let my body decide.  We have the technology. 

Well, Waxy, it sounds like you have a hearty appetite.  I bet you could replace all that butter and still feel satisfied.  A good steak every once in a while is ok, but it does make me feel lethargic.   But I do like seafood.

Heck, I LOVE SUSHI. But Ag and abguy fucked that up for me.  I knew that anway.  I homemake sushi without raw fish but I will put smoked salmon in it or cooked seafood.  

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Thanks ag ...

I'm feel better knowing I'm not the only one who came away from that book a bit dazed and confused.  You're right ... best thing to do is glean some of the easiest stuff to start with.  

* Need to cut as much sugar and starch as possible.  check  (working on it but I sure like dark chocolate)

* Need to cut back on my black tea intake; never drink coffee or other caffene stuff.  check :-(

* Need to drink more water.  check  (easy - just need to remember to do it)

* Need to cut back on the wine.  check  (working on it - zero? - probably not)

* More fresh foods.  check  

*Get rid of the statins.  check (planning to do that anyway - cholesterol good; not convinced statins are the reason)

* Probably will stick with the D3, Vit. C, tumeric, probiotic, fish oil, red rice yeast, fresh orange juice I'm doing now.

Not hoping to live to be 150.  At 72, I'd just like another 25 with reasonably good function.  The way things are going, it looks like I'll need to be able to reload fairly quickly.  I'd also like to see silver go back over $20 again.  I've said for years that the way I'd like to go is to be shot in the back by a jealous husband when I'm in my 90's.

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There is some wild stuff in the book, like healing viruses by pointing a laser through the virus so it sends the light code into your body for immune response, some pretty cool shit.  A lot of it you know already, but it is an interesting compilation. 

And by the way, Abguy, does this laser thing mean we can program our body to fight off AI?

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GL ...

I grow my own leeks, onions and shallots.  Like to add them to a dish where they make sense, maybe once or twice a week.  Mostly used for canning home made salsa, chutney, or arrabiata sauce (killer!).  Can't imagine leaving them out of any of those recipes.  French onion soup?  Heaven!

Steak maybe every 2-3 weeks.  Venison used to be a staple, but running pretty low right now. Occasional pork chop on the grill.  Mostly fish and sea food.

Best weight management trick I learned decades ago -- push yourself away from the table.  If you "push away", after a while it's very difficult to eat a lot of food without feeling very uncomfortable.  I guess that's why I've never really obsessed about what I eat.  I just don't eat much of it.  With that said, I am at a point where I do feel like I should pay a bit more attention to eating healthy.  That's why ab's post got my attention.

One of the reasons I tend to avoid restaurants is too much food.  I end up taking 1/2 or more of the meal home.  Often end up just ordering from the app menu.  Also, kind of cheap.  I look at the prices and think "I could be home eating 3 great meals for this price!"  I love Thanksgiving, but I can barely get thru one modest plate of the "feast".  

Butter?  Accept no substitute!  Great way to fry walleye.  Yumm.

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>> "I'll add to food combining, don't eat before you go to bed." <<

Can you define "don't eat before bed"?

I have been telling my wife that for years, but dinner at 6 just isn't going to happen.  I do much of the cooking but she just isn't ready to sit still until about 8 - 8:30.  It's always been that way.  Bed is usually around 11 - 11:30.  Since my lunch is usually around 1 - 2 pm, I'm hungry by 8, so a little snack isn't really an option.  Dinner is the one "real meal" of the day - salad, protein, veggie.  ~3 hours before bed enough?  Thoughts?

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I have found that moderation

I have found that moderation is one of the keys whether it is wine (for me beer) or food. I eat until I am satiated, not full. I eat all sorts of foods but generally healthy, and I am a believer in consuming less than is recommended. I have never had a weight problem and my weight is generally very consistent, having gradually over 5 decades gaining close to 8 pounds since my high school days. I quit drinking beer for 5 years because I drank far to much, after 5 years I got permission from my wife to have one beer a day and have been doing tht for close to 15 years with occasional glass of wine with dinner (moderation). Dark chocolate is got plenty of good stuff in it. (moderation)

Unless you have specific issues with weight or health a well rounded diet with responsibly moderate portions should be a good start. Adding or subtracting certain foods to modify it for specific needs is a good call. Lots of raw fresh fruits and vegetables, good fats and minimal bad carbs (white) is a good start. Sugars should be consumed in small quantities at best but nobody is perfect. Throw in adequate exercise and a daily vitamin and or supplements you want and you should have a good recipe for longer quality life. Oh, yes plenty of clear water, about half your body weight in pounds in ounces of water daily is recommended. If you are drinking enough water your urine should be a light straw color and clear. that is a good way to verify.

Been reading some excellent posts lately, one I really liked was the picture of the granite lap top computer in a woman's lap. I like the solar computer, have seen that in the past. There is so much cool stuff that we were never taught in school, even back in the '50s because it doesn't meet the agenda. I'm not really qualified to recommend diet and nutrition, just my experiences that have helped lead me to a healthy life so far. I also don't keep a rigid diet long term, I vary it from time to time and think changing things around now and then is healthy and teaches the body to adapt to beneficial change. I also slip now and then and eat terrible foods and enjoy them but nobody bats 1.000% every day.

Edit in: Waxy, 3 hours should be enough time for your digestion to process most of the food you have eaten for dinner. We usually eat around 6 and I head for bed about 8:30- 9. Disclaimer, I am not a nutritionist so my input is my opinion only.

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I think the worst thing you can do is to eat raw flesh. The risk from parasites is enormous. Just take a chunk of it and put under even a kids handy dandy microscope and then compare it to a cooked flesh.  NFW and raw fish is worse. I refuse to eat any ocean critter that is a bottom feeder. Cuz all that heavy metal poisoning drops to the bottom of the ocean where the shit sucking shell fish and others feed from. Fish also have external parasites that clean scum from the fish and you can eat them but I won't. 

Then again maybe you wanna see what happens to human flesh when it's impregnated by organisms found at sushi bars .., no thx. The ones who survive look like they were eaten alive by a bear. Massive chunks of flesh eviserated it's horrid.  

I've noted more and more parasitical infections in humans cropping up. Keep in mind that if 5 feet of tapeworm exits your bottom. Another 15 feet or more is still in your digestive tract ... Nasty.  Not to mention people are getting them in their eyes etc 

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Here are food transit times.

Here are food transit times.  Also basic food combining chart.  Liquids and melons are monofoods.  Notice that meats and shell fish have the PLUS sign.  Depends on you but I recall pork taking a heck of a long time.  

It's like sleep.  Once you get into a pattern, your body follows the pattern that you have set up.  Your digestion system actually prepares for a meal and then gives you the signal, but you set up the cycle.  Once you start mixing foods, it increases the digestion times and foods began putrefying.  

Only you can know what your optimal functioning is.  I eat less before bed, sleep quality is better, more rested in the morning.  more aware of what's going on while I'm sleeping.  It's a dream recall technique.  It's why Native American's going on a vision quest would fast.  

Look, we live in a very fast pace culture.  People work, want to chill out or do chores, by the time they stick something in their mouth it's late.  I understand that restaurants in Spain and Argentina don't open for dinner until 9 or10 pm. 

Ultimately, and theoretically, most of us only need one complete meal a day.  You'll find this in alot of the esoteric literature on healing and diet.    I'd really like to get down to one meal a day with maybe fruit or snack.  

Look, I'm a foodie from young and I obviously live in a city that has every kind of cuisine you can imagine. 

I liked to cook (past tense).  Worked in restaurants as a young man.  Fiddled around with different cultural cuisines but as I get older and I've tasted everything, been to nice restaurants, I'm content with a plate of steamed broccoli with olive oil.   When I'm by myself.  Not sure how the wifey would react to a plate of steamed veggies as a mono meal.  But I feel satisfied.  Sometimes, tomato', avocado, cukes with lemon and olive oil.  I'm good.   Simple is good.  

Even steamed piece of steak actually tastes good.  A good steamer, where the food is good quality, you don't need to put alot on it.  But I indulge too.   I went out for a steak last week.  Tasted good.  Very satisfying but I register it as, I don't need that for awhile.  

As I get older, I'm being called toward simplicity and you've probably noticed my mind doesn't like simplicity.   Thoreau was a big fan of simplicity in all things. “Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity! I say, let your affairs be as two or three, and not a hundred or a thousand; instead of a million count half a dozen, and keep your accounts on your thumb nail.”

But for each person, it's going to be different for food and other things.   

Anybody know that old Shaker song?  Simple Gifts.  

'Tis the gift to be simple
'tis the gift to be free
'Tis the gift to come down
Where we ought to be
And when we find ourselves
In the place just right
'Twill be in the valley
Of love and delight

When true simplicity is gained
To bow and to bend
We shall not be ashamed
To turn, turn
Will be our delight
'Till by turning, turning
We come round right

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>> "I think the worst thing you can do is to eat raw flesh." <<

I agree.  That's why I was struggling with the book that ab1969 posted a couple of days ago.  The author was promoting the notion that food shouldn't be cooked beyond 120 degrees F.  Other than the occasional raw tuna in a very good Japanese restaurant, I don't do raw.  Wasn't sure how the author thought that was supposed to happen.  Never been a fan of parasites or food poisoning.  

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Thx Boswell

we actually have a program that can reverse engineer a picture. It works like looking up a telephone number for the owner. It grabs every pixel and determines the most likely location where something was filmed. It's about 90 % accurate. 

I'm  trying not to peek in cuz I need a break, I do have other conclusions to share from our deep digs but it's exhausting. I did my part already. Now I just need to have faith in the talents of the group will bring this thing down before it becomes fully functional. That's why we are really watching power grids right now. Status of red rock remains unknown for now. 

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Used to be a favorite snack

Used to be a favorite snack in the summer with Sapporo beer.  Asahi is ok too.  

It's a very salty snack.   It's Japanese raw squid guts in a salty paste. 

Am I the only one that ever went through this fetish? 

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If the food supply was good

If the food supply was good and animals weren't stuffed with drugs and electrocuted before coming to the table, I'd indulge in a little raw but I don't.  I'd have to hunt down a market that sold raw, organic meats that were handled well.  Probably only at the farmers market.   Used to have a french friend would eat Steak Tar Tar with raw egg on it all the time.  I tried raw calf liver at a fancy Japanese restaurant many years ago.  I dumped the liver in a napkin and threw it out in the bathroom. 

Sushi used to get me high.  I mean I'd get a serious buzz eating raw fish but that was back in the day before there were all these Chinese joints pretending to be Japanese serving 5 day old tuna rolls.  Really good Japanese resturants are VERY EXPENSIVE, but they take pride in purchasing and serving the best fish in the market and they are trained to pick only the best fish based on color, smell, texture and go through a very rigorous training. 

This is a great movie about a master Sushi Chef at a resturant that takes one year to get a reservation because it's very small.  When you see what a perfectionist he is, you probably wouldn't be as wary eating a piece of raw fish.  This is the rare, rare, exception. 

This guy is a MASTER. Everybody should take that much pride in their job.  Live for excelling

I'd eat this and worry about the parasites later. Fish the way God intended it. 

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If you saw what comes out of livestock that's picked up from foraging most would be horrified. Keep in mind I use heavy duty medications to purge them and that makes the meat unfit for human consumption. 

Thats also why I don't just bury dead livestock. It's incinerated first. I should mention Belmont is in quarantine and one animal euthanized from this newer virus that popped up from South America. We don't know if it can jump species yet. Nevertheless people are spreading it with their shoes etc. it took awhile before we knew west Nile could infect humans.  

Cows spread the most disease. You can't wash ecoli off plants grown in or near infected manure. Sometimes organic can kill you. That's that's also why I keep equines upstream of bovines. 

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did you ever see the prices paid for that blue fin tuna ? 

I hate it anyway cuz they are a glorious animal. Stunningly beautiful and very fast. Those prices are causing them to become endangered. I have a huge problem with Japanese eating whales and passing off dolphins as whales. It's sickening how they trap intelligent creatures and slaughter them. Japanese will hear none of it cuz it's that  "muh culture " crap again, 

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I didn't say the sushi

I didn't say the sushi business was a Hemingway story of The Old Man and the Sea.  

I love how the US Department of Fisheries guy walks around with his little ticket book looking in old mens' fishing bucket, while US, Japanese, South Korean, Spain and others rape the waters of the Somalian coast until there is no fishing industry left.  Now with empty waters, no fishing industry left, out of work and desperate fisherman in a rickety boat board foreign sea going vessels to combat Global terrorism.   But we don't call it that.  

We the American public are horrified at the actions of a bunch of bums on COT, we cheer the US Military out to the location, kill the son of bitches on their sovereign waters, and then we make a Hollywood movie out of it, give some officers a purple heart, arrest the foreign invaders, bring them back to our country for justice all to protect big corporate profits.   We label them pirates, and global terrorism only applies to the other guy.  

Yes, Japanese fisherman are notoriously evil tricking dolphins to come to the beach, trapping them and helping them reach extinction.   I personally have never eaten dolphin. 

While I'm not a Green Peace type of guy, it's obvious man has lost his moral compass, has forgotten the sacredness of all life, and corporate profit is our God's.   

Now the conversation we have to have is which animals are more sacred than other animals?  We freak out when some Chinese guy in South China eats a dog whose been caged up and treated inhumanely but we eat pigs which are known to have a high level of cognition, can do tricks, know their name and we know now that cows are much smarter than we've given them credit for.  Should we put certain animals off limit for devouring? And how do we decide?  

I think all animals should be treated humanly but something has to be eaten.   

How could a creature that likes jazz be that stupid?  

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