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    i’d hate to think about you with somebody else.

    i’d hate to think about you with somebody else.
    8 2 6 hours ago

    @annunakihistory @4biddenknowledge During the assembly of your Avatar, a single sperm penetrates the egg, and at that moment your spark enters into this dimension to inhabit that newly developing Avatar body while it's still under construction. There are amazing similarities between sperm and the human brain with connected nerves and spinal cord. #AsAboveSoBelow
    The moment the nucleus of the sperm fuses with the nucleus of the egg, Your spark enters the 3rd dimension. That is the exact moment your Avatar has obtained sentient consciousness.
    #4biddenknowledge #CrownChakra
    Song is 432 Hz Elevation by 4biddenknowledge and Richard Vagner
    NOW AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/432-hz-elevation/1306300239?i=1306300361
    #DjediOrder

    @annunakihistory @4biddenknowledge During the assembly of your Avatar, a single sperm penetrates the egg, and at that moment your spark enters into this dimension to inhabit that newly developing Avatar body while it's still  under construction. There are amazing similarities between sperm and the human brain with connected nerves and spinal cord. #AsAboveSoBelow 
The moment the nucleus of the sperm fuses with the nucleus of the egg, Your spark enters the 3rd dimension. That is the exact moment your Avatar has obtained sentient consciousness. 
#4biddenknowledge #CrownChakra
Song is 432 Hz Elevation by 4biddenknowledge and Richard Vagner
NOW AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/432-hz-elevation/1306300239?i=1306300361
#DjediOrder
    5 1 8 hours ago

    Pervasively in the myths of African cultures, in the beginning there was no death. This can be because a supreme being makes people young again when they grow old; people die but go to heaven to live. In some stories eternal life is lost through some flaw (such as greed, curiosity, stubbornness or arrogance), or as a punishment for disobedience, or as the result of human indifference. Other themes are the failure of a message to be delivered to humans, or a severing of the link between heaven and Earth. Sometimes it is as a result of an accident.The origin of death is a theme in the myths of many cultures. Death is a universal feature of human life, so stories about its origin appear to be universal in human cultures. As such it is a form of cosmological myth. No one type of these myths is universal, but each region has its own characteristic types. Today, many people who believe in an afterlife think of it as a reward or punishment for one’s moral or ideological choices during life. The Norse held no such conception. The ideas of “salvation” and “damnation” were alien to their rather earthy worldview. Thus, people who search for a “Heaven” or “Hell” amongst the Norse dwelling-places of the dead are going to come up empty-handed. (The words “Hell” and “Hel” come from the same Germanic root, but the names and the subterranean location are the only things the two conceptions have in common. In Viking religion it never contained any formal doctrines concerning what happens to someone when he or she dies. In the words of historian H.R. Ellis Davidson, “There is no consistent picture in Norse literary tradition of the fate of the dead, and “to oversimplify the position would be to falsify it.”The rational order that people today often naively insist on finding in Viking portrayals of the dead simply isn’t there in the sources. Death in this world is unavoidable, so live it! Make the best memories you can, maybe there is NOTHING, but maybe there is EVERYTHING waiting for you, but to me, like Tupac said: "Give me a paper and pen so I can write about my life of sin, a couple of bottles of gin in case I don't get in.'' I will try to make a difference, will you?

    Pervasively in the myths of African cultures, in the beginning there was no death. This can be because a supreme being makes people young again when they grow old; people die but go to heaven to live. In some stories eternal life is lost through some flaw (such as greed, curiosity, stubbornness or arrogance), or as a punishment for disobedience, or as the result of human indifference. Other themes are the failure of a message to be delivered to humans, or a severing of the link between heaven and Earth. Sometimes it is as a result of an accident.The origin of death is a theme in the myths of many cultures. Death is a universal feature of human life, so stories about its origin appear to be universal in human cultures. As such it is a form of cosmological myth. No one type of these myths is universal, but each region has its own characteristic types. Today, many people who believe in an afterlife think of it as a reward or punishment for one’s moral or ideological choices during life. The Norse held no such conception. The ideas of “salvation” and “damnation” were alien to their rather earthy worldview. Thus, people who search for a “Heaven” or “Hell” amongst the Norse dwelling-places of the dead are going to come up empty-handed. (The words “Hell” and “Hel” come from the same Germanic root, but the names and the subterranean location are the only things the two conceptions have in common. In Viking religion it never contained any formal doctrines concerning what happens to someone when he or she dies. In the words of historian H.R. Ellis Davidson, “There is no consistent picture in Norse literary tradition of the fate of the dead, and “to oversimplify the position would be to falsify it.”The rational order that people today often naively insist on finding in Viking portrayals of the dead simply isn’t there in the sources.  Death in this world is unavoidable, so live it! Make the best memories you can, maybe there is NOTHING, but maybe there is EVERYTHING waiting for you, but to me, like Tupac said: "Give me a paper and pen so I can write about my life of sin, a couple of bottles of gin in case I don't get in.'' I will try to make a difference, will you?
    14 1 9 hours ago

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