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I really have it enough with all of you atheist prigs.
We live on the only habitable world in the known universe. Our world is an infinite plane, capable of supporting life. All of the stars and "wandering stars" (AKA Planets) are uninabitable, unstable worlds, perpetually orbiting the magnetic center of the known universe, which is fixed at our North Pole.
We live on a FLAT , STATIONARY earth, and the items we can see in the night sky are lifeless, uninhabitable, weightless inanimate objects. If there are indeed "aliens" visiting us, they are most likely coming from another node in the plane which we dwell. The "antarctic" is a retaing wall (of sorts) that encompasses our entire world.
There's no possible way anything lives in "outer space", as there are no other planes capable of supporting life -- this is "IT"... It's far more likely they are our close neighbors, since they all have two legs, two arms and a head on top of their neck with two eyes in the center of their head. Anyone who beleives these beings are coming from "outer space" is being MISLED. Please consider the FLAT EARTH model, before going off on wild, hypothetical tangents regarding the imaginary races of aliens your reporting as "fact".
Please get a life and start praying to jesus, the only saviour. There is nothing else, that will save you.
UFOs daytime sighting, caught in photos. Who to report to?
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I was on a trip in Europe recently and caught UFOs on photos. Multiple photos across multiple devices. Taken in broad daylight. Shape like pic on the left when zoom in, with different lights positions at the bottom. I want to hand-over the photos to people who are interested in it. How do I get the best deal?
News agencies - they might pay, but probably not much since UFO is not their primary money maker
UFO organizations - they surely will be interested, but they seem to be poor (little employees and websites looks like in the 90')
Governmental organizations - anti-UFO, probably not much help
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I remember a few months ago there was a thread around here about weird phenomena from childhood... These threads are common and I always find interesting to read some of the stories, so I noted that breathing underwater was often repeated. Also levitating from small heights.
I'll start with one of these.
>be me, around seven
>at the sea with my cousin
>he says "lets see who spends more time without breathing"
>we don't dive, just keep our nose and mouth under water level
>i realize it's been too long
>my cousin has given up
>i don't feel the urge to breathe
>in fact, i've been breathing the whole time
>i dive, but the effect only seems to happen when i'm not too deep
>it happens several times more and just stops when i'm around 14
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Mandela effect people.
I'm wondering if this is the result of several things; brain trauma/injury to the brain, which could scramble memory, quantum immortality, or age/time during which the effect you noticed happened.
in the service of gathering data for /x/phile research, please post :
your year of birth
if you've ever had a head injury, and what year it occurred
if you've ever had a near-death experience, and what year that occurred
what mandela effect you have noticed (berenstein, mandela, new zealand, any one of these or other glitches) and what year it was when you noticed them
if you have additional information you'd like to throw in, please feel free.
ok so think about quantum immortality. we die. we skip over to the next nearest universe in which we exist. the nearest would have some differences, very very minor ones of course (that's why it's "near") but if you had more than one NDE/close call, wouldn't you eventually end up in universes that have more and more differences from the original?
Eventually, you'd start to notice this.
The sheer number of people who are aware of steain/stain, to pick one at random, convinces me that some major catastrophe may have struck in an alternate, "nearby" universe, in which many people died all at once.
They all shuffled on over together, if that makes any sense.
Alternately, brain injuries could effect a part of the brain which makes people more susceptible to suggestion, or which causes memory losses that are minor, but which the brain will confabulate to fill in- for example, not remembering the name of an author or ten- then hearing about stein/stain would trigger the mind to think it was originally wrong (rather than a blank).
I'd like to gather information to further or disprove some of these ideas.
I am a -stein universer; I also see Australia as being closer to PNG, and I had though Ali was dead. I have had two NDEs, one in 1989, and one in 2003.
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