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    Post  HigherLove on Sun Feb 20, 2011 3:51 am

    I do not know if this is my imagination, wishful thinking or what not, but this thought keeps spinning in my head, re: said Judgment Room.

    I was left with the impression that it is not a one-time deal, and that it was not my first time at that table, or something like it.

    That is, I was left with a feeling that we are sort of "evaluated" at random, periodically, and it sort of gets averaged out.

    If we never know the time of judgment, who is to say it has not already happened?

    Another piece I left out was about being told that I had "made it", or that it was "okay to pass". My feeling was that judgment for me in this lifetime is over, and that I am good to go - I have been given a pass. To where, I have no idea. Again, this could be wishful, egoic thinking, run amok, but it won't stop.

    After nearly ten years in college, stressing over every exam -- I always passed. Back then I pondered this judgment question, and wondered if I would "Pass".

    If I were to believe my own words, it would seem that I am saying judgment is underway, and major decisions are being made. Now.

    Who am I to say this?

    I feel as though I may be a conduit of some sort. Not special. Just is. I feel pressure inside as if someone wishes to speak but cannot.

    It's really uncomfortable.


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    Post  TRANCOSO on Sun Feb 20, 2011 12:33 pm

    Most of us here have an (open) mind of their own, & therefore we appericiate new members like you.

    Indeed few have tried to start a rant here, only to find out that they'd walked into a dead-end street.



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    Post  HigherLove on Sun Feb 20, 2011 2:37 pm

    TRANCOSO wrote:Most of us here have an (open) mind of their own, & therefore we appericiate new members like you.

    Indeed few have tried to start a rant here, only to find out that they'd walked into a dead-end street.



    cheers

    Ha!

    I love that skit.

    It was one of Dan's favorites. I was just on another thread writing about his death from pancreatic cancer.

    Message received. lol

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    Post  devakas on Sun Feb 20, 2011 2:52 pm

    differences differences differences... not what we should look for. We should look for what is uniting us all.

    gosh the matter illusions us so well. all we learned was before we reached 12. After is just 'information' mixed with disinformation. Can we have a higher taste?

    lets find advancing taste of the experience in this earth and embrace for each other. Lawless

    belated - welcome to the mists HigherLove!

    much respect
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    Post  HigherLove on Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:46 pm

    I was just looking for updates on Divine Cosmos, and this ACIM lesson was up:

    Thanks again to all.

    http://divinecosmos.com/index.php/start-here/larrys-corner/acim-podcasts/905-the-need-to-be-right

    The Need to Be Right

    "The need to be right is an attack on the Truth. But Truth is unchanged by our attack. Only the defender suffers from it. I release and let go of the need to be right, and in doing so, I find my safety in my defenselessness."
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    Post  Jenetta on Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:07 pm

    Thanks for the Ryan Farrish video Higher Love...I can go sailing now cheers
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    Post  HigherLove on Mon Feb 21, 2011 2:35 am

    Jenetta wrote:Thanks for the Ryan Farrish video Higher Love...I can go sailing now cheers
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    Post  HigherLove on Mon Feb 21, 2011 2:44 am

    Just messin' around with puzzle pieces...

    I downloaded this a while back, and did not give it another look, until tonight/this morning -

    These are the colors, alright.

    -Hoods
    -Robes
    -no visible faces
    -telepathic communication (or I just did not see lips that were moving, 'cause there were not any faces)
    -table w/small amount of yellow light shining on it
    -cinder block walls
    -no windows
    -I was the only one sitting (no, wait...not sure about that...I did not see chairs...)
    -I could not see the floor




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    If there has been any continuity to my personality across lifetimes, I was probably trying to "subvert the dominant paradigm", even then. :op

    ???

    Hmm...

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    Celtic Church Migration Prior to Charlemagne

    "Prior to Charlemagne coming to power and establishing his Holy Roman Empire, the Celtic Church had grown to become the most dominant church in the world in terms of size. It had churches and monasteries that spread from Iceland all through the Brittanic Isles across Europe from Spain to the Slovak Empire in Eastern Europe and down to Northern Italy in the Lombard Kingdom. The church had no central seat of authority like the churches in Rome, Constantinople and North Africa and so it did not function in one voice. There were differences in how the churches worshipped. For example, a peculiarity of the Celtic Liturgy is that the chalice and paten are doubly veiled. The Brittish, Gallican (European) and Mozabarec (Spanish) Churches all removed the first veil just prior to the Gospel Reading. But the Bobbio Church (Northern Italy) removed the veil just after the reading of the Gospel.

    How did the church grow to be so large? It grew because it had a different philosophy than the other churches. While the churches in Rome and Constantinople tied themselves to the political fortunes of the governments of their Empires the monks of the Celtic monasteries were <b>perigeni's.<i> A perigeni is a wanderer.</b></i> There are many stories about <b>monks getting in boats and drifting in the ocean for days</b> and choosing to evangelize the first place the boat landed. This concept took Celtic missionaries in strange and far away places. St. Brendan the Navigator is perhaps the best known of all the Celtic perigeni's. It is said that he visited 5,000 different places building monasteries and churches where ever he went, from Iceland throughout the Brittanic Isles. St. Columbanus traveled across Europe building churches in Northern Italy to the Slavic Empire in Eastern Europe. He was not the first to build a Celtic Church in Rome's backdoor. That honor goes to Philip the Apostle and Lazarus who founded a Celtic church in Italy long before the Roman Catholic Church was established.


    <b>The Celtic monks were also known for something else.</b> As Europe was plunged into the dark ages and barbarians raided and burned church libraries destroying ancient manuscripts monks in Celtic monasteries in Ireland and Scotland were busy copying ancient biblical texts. It was painstaking work and each page was copied from the text of the original page and then that page would be adorned with hand painted illustrations. Many of these texts survive to this day and many are dated centuries after the Synod of Whitby, when Rome contends the Celtic Church went away. The very existence of these books copied laboriously in Celtic monasteries is proof our church had not gone away.

    Some of the better known books or missals as the Celts called them are The Book of Armagh from the 9th century, The Book of Deer from the early 9th century, The Book of Dimma from the 7th century,The Durham Gospels, The Lindisfarne Gospels and The Book of Durrow all from the 7th century. But of all these The Book of Kells from the mid 6th century is perhaps the best known of all the Celtic Missals. It survives and resides at Trinity College in Dublin."
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    "St. Brendan,The Navigator
    by Bridget Haggerty

    Also known as Brandan and Borodon, Brendan was born about 484 A.D. near Tralee in County Kerry. He was ordained by Bishop Erc and sailed around northwest Europe spreading the Christian faith and founding monasteries — the largest at Clonfert, County Galway. Legend says that the community had at least three thousand monks — <b>their rule dictated to Brendan by an angel.</b> He died at the age of 93 and he was buried at the monastery in 577 A.D.

    Brendan and his brothers figure prominently in Brendan's Voyage, a tale of monks travelling the high seas of the Atlantic, evangelizing to the islands, and possibly reaching the Americas in the 6th century. At one point they stop on a small island, celebrate Easter Mass, light a fire - and then discover the island is an enormous whale!

    Maps of Columbus’ time often included an island called St. Brendan’s Isle that was placed in the western Atlantic ocean. Map makers of the time had no idea of its exact position but did believe it existed some where west of Europe. It was mentioned in a Latin text dating from the ninth century called Navigatio Santi Brendani Abatis (Voyage of Saint Brendan the Abbot). It described the voyage as having taken place in the sixth century. Several copies of this text have survived in monasteries throughout Europe. It was an important part of folklore in medieval Europe and may have influenced Columbus

    The account of Brendan’s voyage contained a detailed description of the construction of his boat which was not unlike the currachs still made in Ireland today.

    Skeptics could not accept that such a fragile vessel could possibly sail in the open sea. <b>Several passages in the legend also seemed incredible—they were “raised up on the back of sea monsters”, they “passed by crystals that rose up to the sky”, and they were “pelted with flaming, foul-smelling rocks by the inhabitants of a large island on their route”.</b>

    Brendan and his companions finally arrived at the beautiful land they called “Promised Land of the Saints.” They explored until they came to a great river that divided the land. The journey of Brendan and his fellow monks took seven years. The return trip was probably the longest part of the odyssey.

    In 1976, Tim Severin, a British navigation scholar, embarked from Brandon Creek on the Dingle Peninsula in a currach that he constructed using the details described by Brendan. His goal was to determine if the voyage of Brendan and his fellow monks was possible. Severin and his team tanned ox-hides with oak bark, stretched them across the wood frame, sewed them with leather thread and smeared the hides with animal fat which would impart water resistance.

    Examination of nautical charts led Severin to believe that Brendan’s route would be governed by the prevailing winds that would take him across the northernmost part of the Atlantic. This would take him close to Iceland and Greenland with a probable landfall at Newfoundland (St. Brendan’s Isle).

    <b>Severin and his crew were surprised at how friendly the whales were that they encountered. The whales swam around and even under their boat. The whales could have been even friendlier in Brendan’s time, before motorized ships would make them leery of man. So friendly, that perhaps they may have lifted the monk’s boat in a playful gesture!</b>

    After stopping at the Hebrides islands, Severin proceeded to the Danish Faroe Islands. At the island of Mykines, they encountered thousands of seabirds. Brendan called this island “The Paradise of Birds.” He referred to the larger island as the “Island of Sheep.” The word Faroe itself means Island of Sheep. There is also a Brandon Creek on the main island of the Faroes that the local people believe was an embarkation point for Brendan and his crew.

    Severin’s route then carried them to Iceland where they wintered, as did Brendan. The volcanoes on the island have been active for many centuries and might well have been erupting when the monks stayed there. This could have accounted for the “pelting with flaming, foul smelling rocks”, referred to in the ninth century text.

    The monks had never seen icebergs before, so their description of them as “towering crystals” would make sense. Severin’s boat was punctured by floating ice off the coast of Canada. They were able to make a repair with a piece of leather sewn over the hole. They landed on the island of Newfoundland on June 26, 1977. This might well have been Brendan’s “Land promised to the Saints” referred to in the Navigatio.

    Severin’s journey did not prove that Brendan and his monks landed on North America. However, it did prove that a leather currach as described in the Navigatio could have made such a voyage as mapped out in the text. There is also no doubt that the Irish were frequent seafarers of the North Atlantic sea currents 900 years before the voyage of Columbus.

    <b>More conclusive evidence of Irish exploration of North America has come to light in West Virginia. There, stone carvings have been discovered that have been dated between 500 and 1000 A.D. Analysis by archaeologist Dr. Robert Pyle and a leading language expert Dr. Barry Fell, indicate that they are written in Old Irish using the Ogham alphabet.

    According to Dr. Fell, the “West Virginia Ogham texts are the oldest Ogham inscriptions from anywhere in the world. They exhibit the grammar and vocabulary of Old Irish in a manner previously unknown in such early rock-cut inscriptions in any Celtic language.”</b>

    Dr. Fell goes on to speculate that, “It seems possible that the scribes that cut the West Virginia inscriptions may have been Irish missionaries in the wake of Brendan’s voyage, for these inscriptions are Christian. The early Christian symbols of piety, such as the various Chi-Rho monograms (Name of Christ) and the Dextra Dei (Right Hand of God) appear at the sites, together with the Ogham texts.”

    The lack of any written account of this exploration could be explained by the explorers not being able to return to their homeland. If they indeed did reach what is now West Virginia, it would be extremely doubtful that they could manage to return to Ireland from an embarkation point that far south. The design of their currach required favorable winds and currents in the right direction in order to navigate. Severin discovered that it was extremely difficult to tack as other sailing ships were able to do. Perhaps that is the reason that it took Brendan seven years for his journey. That he was able to return at all is a miracle - or was it all a myth?

    Perhaps we'll never know for certain whether or not Brendan's voyage was a medieval fantasy or that he was indeed, among the first to discover the New World. The evidence would indicate that a fantastic voyage across the Atlantic did take place and the stone carvings in West Virginia certainly prove the presence of Irish Christians at just about the right time in history. <b>Whatever you believe, it's a fascinating chapter in Irish folklore and one that should be passed down until such time that the truth can be determined.</b>

    St. Brendan's Feast Day is May 16th. He is the patron saint of boatmen, mariners, sailors, travellers, and whales.

    Note: Read the story of Brendan for Kids by Grainne Rowland. Click here for Brendan.

    Resources: This article is edited and adapted from material on the Life of St. Brendan contained in The Irish Heritage Newsletter, May 2001.

    Images: West of Ireland fishermen carrying a currach by Seamus Culligan, from a free postcard on IrishAbroad.com
    St. Brendan image from Legends of Ireland video."
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    Often I have thought if this were the case, because I long for the ocean, yet have NEVER been on a boat on the ocean.

    Always, stopping just short of the edge...

    Does it matter?

    To be continued...???
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    Post  JesterTerrestrial on Mon Feb 21, 2011 4:06 am

    Hi Troy...nice to have you join us all here in the mists of Avalon! Ya never know who's just going to show up and network here. Intersting thoughts about the contracts you have :) Its a team effort! Was just reading some of the post here and thought id say hey... Hey! Have a great day! Peace JT!

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    Post  HigherLove on Mon Feb 21, 2011 5:00 am

    JesterTerrestrial wrote:Hi Troy...nice to have you join us all here in the mists of Avalon! Ya never know who's just going to show up and network here. Intersting thoughts about the contracts you have :) Its a team effort! Was just reading some of the post here and thought id say hey... Hey! Have a great day! Peace JT!

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    Thanks!

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    I just need to remember that.

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    Post  Brook on Mon Feb 21, 2011 6:41 am

    Greetings higherlove! I have not properly introduced myself yet so I figured now is the time.

    It seems you are recovering past life memory from a few of your posts here. And it sounds very interesting. I myself have great recall of a life in Ancient Egypt. so I started a thread that has gone on forever, as the more I write the more that comes in. Writing is a great way to bring in that recall. My thread has over a thousand posts
    Shocked And I think well over fourteen thousand views.

    As what you are writing sounds very interesting I would encourage you to copy that most recent post here, and start a thread. I know I would love to read a thread on this subject and watch it unfold. And I'm also positive as you do write it, it will most assuredly unfold. For it's within the writing process that the memories will unfold even more.
    Anyway just a suggestion. Looking forward to it if and when you do Wink

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    Post  Brook on Mon Feb 21, 2011 6:55 am

    I'll also add, some of the things I write about are WAY OUT THERE....so don't hold back Greetings - Page 2 962334

    My mate will look at me typing away at the computer roll his eyes and say "here she goes again" Rolling Eyes

    which reminds me, I have been wanting to add something of interest... I better get going geek


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    Post  lindabaker on Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:14 am

    Brook is right, please start a thread about this. I feel that we are gathered here for the purposes of empowering ourselves by connecting with each other in this time frame because we knew we would have to do this. When I first clicked on Project Camelot almost two years ago, I said to myself, I think I've found the circle. We are spread out all over the world, and that is an advantage if you think about it. Perhaps we have a circle in the early Britain (real avalon) timeframe who are connected with, and supporting us in this time frame. It is us. Things are getting serious for our planet and it's time to gather and hold the intention of a spiritual bond so strong and power of light so strong that the beasts at the gate will not prevail.
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    Post  Brook on Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:19 am

    It's like a puzzle when you first start. But once you do....put that puzzle together, you become a bright beacon of light and it truly enhances you to remember who you are. We all are here for a reason. Particularly at this time in history. Bring your light together and watch how brightly you start to shine! You think your light is bring now? Just wait!

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    Post  HigherLove on Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:35 am

    Brook wrote:Greetings higherlove! I have not properly introduced myself yet so I figured now is the time.

    It seems you are recovering past life memory from a few of your posts here. And it sounds very interesting. I myself have great recall of a life in Ancient Egypt. so I started a thread that has gone on forever, as the more I write the more that comes in. Writing is a great way to bring in that recall. My thread has over a thousand posts
    Shocked And I think well over fourteen thousand views.

    As what you are writing sounds very interesting I would encourage you to copy that most recent post here, and start a thread. I know I would love to read a thread on this subject and watch it unfold. And I'm also positive as you do write it, it will most assuredly unfold. For it's within the writing process that the memories will unfold even more.
    Anyway just a suggestion. Looking forward to it if and when you do Wink

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    Brook

    Thank you.

    I had thought about it, but it seemed a bit selfish.

    But, obviously, it is happening (whatever "it" is).

    If it is of value to others, well...refer to previously mentioned contract by which I am bound. lol

    It's a bit "Ella Enchanted", in that one has to ask the right questions (or "Labyrinth" for that matter).

    Uh...okay...so where do I put it?

    And yes, it is freaking me out!!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks for the help.
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    Post  mudra on Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:55 am

    Wow what a lovely dynamic has gone through this thread overnight Cheerful
    There is something wonderfull about Troy and it is the ease with which you are
    expressing yourself .
    By all means don't change anything .
    Just Be yourself as this is how love flows best.

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    Post  arvan33 on Sat Mar 12, 2011 1:20 pm

    hello my name is panos.im from greece and im very glad joining this forum!
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    Post  TRANCOSO on Sat Mar 12, 2011 1:22 pm

    arvan33 wrote:hello my name is panos.im from greece and im very glad joining this forum!
    Welcome to the Mists, Panos.
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    Post  Mercuriel on Sat Mar 12, 2011 1:23 pm

    Hello Panos / arvan33...

    Welcome...


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    Post  mudra on Sat Mar 12, 2011 1:37 pm

    Welcome in the Mists Panos Cheerful
    Glad you found us .
    Have a great time here .

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    Post  paz on Mon Mar 14, 2011 10:42 am

    Hi. I'm another newbie to the Mists and just want to say hello to everyone :)
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    Post  mudra on Mon Mar 14, 2011 1:26 pm

    paz wrote:Hi. I'm another newbie to the Mists and just want to say hello to everyone :)

    Good to see you paz Cheerful
    Warm welcome in the Mists.

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    Post  Mercuriel on Mon Mar 14, 2011 7:48 pm

    Howdy do Paz - Welcome...

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    Post  Carol on Sun Aug 28, 2011 12:03 pm

    arvan33 wrote:hello my name is panos.im from greece and im very glad joining this forum!

    Aloha and welcome panos and paz to our little international family here at Mists. I apologize for the lateness of this greeting but am delighted you've joined us.


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