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Huh? 05 Aug 2017 15:28 #1

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Connochaetes includes two species, both native to Africa: the black wildebeest, or white-tailed gnu (C. gnou); and the blue wildebeest, or brindled gnu (C. taurinus). Fossil records suggest these two species diverged about one million years ago, resulting in a northern and a southern species.
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So a Wildebeest (<Dutch word) is the same thing as a Gnu? .... (from Gnoe, Dutch or German word, not sure).

Why can't they just make up one name for the same animal, or is Wildebeest used as a sort of plural for Gnu?

When is a Wildebeest a Gnu?
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Huh? 05 Aug 2017 15:36 #2

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Carl Munck has created the science of "archaeocryptograpy" — a study of the underlying mathematical order beneath the proportions, size, and placement of the world's Sacred Sites.

But in order to follow Munck's arguments, we are first going to have to become aware of a way of looking at numbers that will seem quite foreign to most. Yet this approach to numbers is extremely familiar to anyone involved in cryptoanalysis: the breaking of codes!

Hidden Codes and the Prime Meridian

In breaking the mathematical codes that are hidden in Sacred Sites, Carl Munck found that two minor adjustments needed to be made to our modern way of reckoning. The first adjustment is to the length of the year, which has changed since the Great Pyramid was built. The number 365.020081, exact to all 6 decimal places, lies "buried" in many Sacred Sites. We'll see later on, in the body of his article, how that number fits in to some of Munck's calculations.

The main adjustment that concerns us for purposes of this article, however, is the location of the Prime Meridian. Today, we calculate longitude based upon vertical lines encircling the globe through the poles, assuming a total of 360 degrees for the entire planet, and with zero being at Greenwich, England. When we say that the time is 0800 hours Greenwich Mean Time, in other words, we mean that this is the time of day at a longitude of 0 degrees.

In order to "break the code" of the Sacred Sites, Munck found that it was first necessary to reckon longitude based not upon Greenwich but upon Giza in Egypt. In other words, instead of being at Greenwich, 0 degrees of longitude would be the location that runs through the Great Pyramid. That is the Prime Meridian for all Sacred Sites.

In "breaking the code," one number that Munck consistently finds "hidden" in Sacred Sites is derived by multiplying together the degrees, minutes, and seconds that represent the site's longitude relative to a Prime Meridian at Giza. So, for example, if a Sacred Site were found at a longitude of 49 degrees 1 minute 1 second away from Giza, we would expect to find the exact number 49 (49 x 1 x 1) "hidden" in the Sacred Site in some manner.

Finding Hidden Numbers

How do you "hide" a number in a Sacred Site? Well, for example in a stone circle at 49 degrees 1 minute 1 second of longitude, you might have 7 stones in a circle, with a stone in the center that is perfectly square: 7 squared = 49. A step pyramid at that longitude could be perfectly square at the base, with 7 tiers on each side.

This all may seem like stretching a point — until you realize that most sites have a longitude or latitude that can only be represented by very long numbers. For example, if you have a latitude of 25 degrees 07 minutes 29.62285728 seconds (north or south of the equator), the number you are working with, multiplied out, is 5184. If you find that by adding and/or multiplying various measurements in a pyramid at that exact latitude you can arrive at the number 5184, the probability of coincidence becomes mathematically negligible. If you also find that the longitude of this pyramid can be derived in like manner, it's even less likely that you are looking at something that occurred by chance.

Going further, what if you study upwards of 250 Sacred Sites and find that the longitude relative to Giza and the exact latitude are encoded into every single one? Even if there were only 10 sites involved, you would have ruled out coincidence. And Carl Munck has discovered that you can find the exact longitude relative to Giza and the latitude, down to several decimal places, encoded into every single one of the 250 Sacred Sites that he has studied!

In proving that the placement of the Sacred Sites he's studied could not have occurred by chance, Munck has also proved that the people who built them must have been able to view our planet from outer space! It would have been literally impossible for us, today, to verify the accuracy of these ancient builders' calculations before we ourselves had satellites!

So Munck is giving us proof that there was a much higher technology in ancient times than classical historians have assumed. Besides that, the overwhelming implication is that the Sacred Sites — at least the ones that Munck has visited — were planned and executed by the same mind or agency. They were all built according to a single plan.

But there's more!

Gemetria: The Hidden Power in Numbers

Gemetria survives today in the Kabbalah and its Western offshoot, the parascience of numerology.

We are most familiar perhaps with 666 – the Number of the Beast — a number that has traditionally been associated with the Antichrist of Revelations and Armageddon. The 666 is from the Kaballah, and although it can be reduced further, its primary meaning lies in the full 3-digit number.

In Hebrew, there are no vowels, so many words that seem quite different are numerically the same. For example, the word for king is the Hebrew MLCh, and the word for clown is ChML. So from the standpoint of Gemetria, a clown is the mirror-image of a king, and numerically, they are the same (570). (Shakespeare took this clown-king idea very seriously. In his plays, the fool and the king are often in many ways two facets of a single character. The fool stands for everything that the king knows "subconsciously" and does not want to admit or dare to speak.)

In numerology, the letters of a word are each represented by a single number from 1 to 9 (for our alphabet, A = 1, B = 2, . . . after I = 9, you start over again with J = 1, K = 2, etc.), and these numbers are added together until you arrive at a number from one to nine — unless you first arrive at 11 or 22, which are considered so powerful that you do not reduce them further.

Here's an example of numerology at work on the English-language version of the name Abraham. A = 1, B = 2, R = 9, H = 8, and M = 4. When you add up all the letters, you arrive at the number 28. Then, when you add together the digits in the number 28, you have 2 plus 8, or 10. The last step is to add 1 plus 0, which of course equals 1. And the number 1 is the beginning, the initiation, the origin of something, just as Abraham was the primogenitur of the Hebrew race. And before his name was Abraham, it was Abram, which reduces to a 9 — the last number in the cycle of creation — the Terminal Man. Notice also that "666" also reduces to a 9.

Coincidence? Perhaps. Nevertheless, the Ancients took these things very seriously, and it was the Ancients who built the pyramids. And although we have only one example of Gemetria in the article below, Carl Munck has found that its principles, like the exact placement of each site, pervade the encoding of all the Sacred Sites he's studied.

And all of this information applies only to what Munck calls "Code-1" — using numbers in a two-dimensional matrix. He also refers below to another entirely new set of numbers derived from his not-yet-published work — numbers that take off into the third dimension of sines, cosines, and tangents!

www.spiritofmaat.com/archive/nov2/munck.htm

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Huh? 05 Aug 2017 15:47 #3

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A gnu is the same as a wildebeest?
Looked it up and you are right.
I genuinely never gnu that fact.
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Huh? 05 Aug 2017 15:48 #4

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The Dutch word for gnu (gnoe in Dutch) is indeed wildebeest (wild beast). Not surprising, knowing the history of South Africa...
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Huh? 05 Aug 2017 15:52 #5

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Just two questions here.

Do they taste good?

And did you take your medication today Frothy?
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Huh? 05 Aug 2017 15:56 #6

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novum wrote:
Just two questions here.

Do they taste good?

And did you take your medication today Frothy?

No idea. I've tasted camel in a South African restaurant that existed in Holland (not anymore, that one). Was not good meat, camel.
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Huh? 05 Aug 2017 16:02 #7

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novum wrote:
Just two questions here.

Do they taste good?

And did you take your medication today Frothy?

Oh yeah, I thought there was something wrong...

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I genuinely never gnu that fact.

Do you know the difference between a buffalo and bison?

You can't wash your face in a buffalo...
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Huh? 05 Aug 2017 16:16 #8

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Was not good meat, camel.

Id expect as much.

Now good camel toe, thats another story.

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Oh yeah, I thought there was something wrong...

If you need to sue the NHS, theres a good jewish lawyer in the alt right thread, her name is Mary Anne Franks
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Huh? 05 Aug 2017 16:35 #9

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Huh? 06 Aug 2017 12:11 #10

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The Jihadist Inspire magazine issued on June 11th calls for open attacks on western schools.

The latest edition calls on Jihadi’s in Europe and else where in the western world to organize attacks on our most vunerable, our children. This after a season of Ramadan concludes as the bloodiest season so far.

The reaction after the Manchester attacks in England that left several children dead and maimed at an Ariana Grande concert this summer.

Sheer terror and fear as our children are the latest in the cross hairs of this barbaric ideology.

Now, they are calling for more attacks worldwide on children, justifying their actions siting that their Prophet and god Allah has deemed this halal or clean because we are the infidels and must submit or die.

In addition, they also call on more quieter attacks in Europe like renting an apartment and listing it for rent and as people come by to tour the property for rent, they slit their throats and hide the bodies. This is interesting and terrifying as it seems this is motivated purely for high body count numbers and does not require the Jihadist martyring themselves.

It also praises the recent attacks in Europe and throughout the Middle East, painting the dead Jihadists as celebrities.

Inspire is an English language online magazine reported to be published by the organization al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). The magazine is one of the many ways AQAP uses the Internet to reach its audience.

Numerous international and domestic extremists motivated by radical interpretations of Islam have been influenced by the magazine and, in some cases, reportedly used its bomb-making instructions in their attempts to carry out attacks. The magazine is an important brand-building tool, not just of AQAP, but of all al-Qaeda branches, franchises and affiliates.

While some do not believe Inspire alone is enough to radicalize an individual, its aim is to inform and persuade a committed audience by distributing internal communications called “auto-propaganda” to strengthen morale, reduce dissent, or justify and legitimize an attack or controversial doctrine. It was also used to target an uncommitted audience to eventually win sympathy and support. Therefore, AQAP has the ability to represent themselves and their actions exactly as they wish.

The controlled message is unfettered from the scrutiny of the local and international media.

Inspire promotes “open source jihad”. This shifts away from al-Qaeda’s traditional terrorist attacks to simple attacks by individuals using common items for weapons. The Summer 2010 issue advised making a pressure cooker bomb using everyday materials (“How to make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom”).
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Huh? 06 Aug 2017 12:50 #12

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But what makes the organized effort of being held, a service that comes with a cost (Cuddlist sessions go for $80 an hour), something that aids in relieving the fear and discomfort that has come with Trump's presidency?

Anyone fancy cuddle for $80? .... :yerright:
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Huh? 06 Aug 2017 12:54 #13

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University of Chicago professor Jerry Coyne has called for newborn babies with "defects" to be euthanized at birth claiming "it will be for the better".Coyne argues the same justification used for abortion for an unborn child should also be applied to a baby or infant with genetic defects.Professor Coyne states the case for Hitler-like attitude to "purifying the human race" in a recent blog post, saying: "If you are allowed to abort a fetus that has a severe genetic defect, microcephaly, spina bifida, or so on, then why aren’t you able to euthanize that same fetus just after it’s born?""I see no substantive difference that would make the former act moral and the latter immoral."

Read more at: www.neonnettle.com/news/2508-professor-calls-for-defective-children-to-be-killed-at-birth-
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Huh? 06 Aug 2017 13:02 #14

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The main difference between a vegetable and a fruit is that the vegetable is part of the plant i.e leaf, stem, root, whereas the fruit grows off the plant like a spawn.

The reason for this post is because of the pea, a pea changes from a fruit (what it really is) into a vegetable as soon as it hits the shops/kitchens.

So a pea is a fruit in a horticultural context but a vegetable in a culinary context, it switches category.
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Huh? 06 Aug 2017 15:42 #15

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But what makes the organized effort of being held, a service that comes with a cost (Cuddlist sessions go for $80 an hour), something that aids in relieving the fear and discomfort that has come with Trump's presidency?

Anyone fancy cuddle for $80? .... :yerright:

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Huh? 06 Aug 2017 19:20 #16

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Bobby Batter wrote:
The main difference between a vegetable and a fruit is that the vegetable is part of the plant i.e leaf, stem, root, whereas the fruit grows off the plant like a spawn.

The reason for this post is because of the pea, a pea changes from a fruit (what it really is) into a vegetable as soon as it hits the shops/kitchens.

So a pea is a fruit in a horticultural context but a vegetable in a culinary context, it switches category.

Absolutely. And tomatoes. And peppers.
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Huh? 06 Aug 2017 19:26 #17

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And don't get me started on strawberries. That is a rabbit hole all on its own .
However peas are veg despite their hangingness..
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Huh? 07 Aug 2017 08:00 #18

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20 quid and you wear what I tell you to wear :hmm:

Okay but I do have a list of hard limits and we should agree upon a safe word.
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