posted ago by bubble_bursts ago by bubble_bursts +127 / -0

What is this thread all about?

Just a place for general discussion. A place to unload whats on your mind and talk about anything - personal, health, help needed, achievements, daily highs and daily lows, theories, predictions and what have you.

Does not need to be Q related.

Yesterdays General Chat

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PepeSee 2 points ago +2 / -0

LOL... I think? It's the leaves, you are just pulling our leg, right?

bubble_bursts [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

No, I am quoting Jordan Maxwell. Everything we follow has an ancient interpretation. Yes, leaves fall, but the sun falls as well.

Its in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyf1SkKIpTM

I think in the second half.

uk9994 2 points ago +2 / -0

I am half way through Jordans talk....I need to stop and have a break....I know everything he says is true but it's overwhelming bad stuff that you think there's no way out...I wouldn't recommend him to anyone just starting out.....they would lose heart

bubble_bursts [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Remember, his video is from more than 12 years ago. The world looked far more bleaker than today, and we know we are on the cusp of defeating that evil.

PepeSee 3 points ago +3 / -0

Interesting! I had NEVER heard this interpretation (obviously).

bubble_bursts [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

While I cannot vouch for Jordan Maxwell's sources (I only started listening to him, and he seems to be legit), I do know from my own culture that the position of sun, specifically whether it is rising or falling plays a huge role in Hindu mythology. Infact they say that heaven's gate is only open when the sun is rising, and closed when it is falling. There was a famous story of a warrior who was shot by an arrow, but held on t life for 6 months to die after the sun starts rising!

PepeSee 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ah very cool. It's neat how different cultures describe things differently, e.g. rabbit vs man in the moon....

(Edit: I think it looks MUCH more like a rabbit, though I didn't know about this interpretation till the electronic act came about in the 90s LOL.)

Edit - for those just wandering in - RitM famously sampled Tori Amos:

Rabbit in the Moon - Out of Body Experience - Burning Spear mix