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4ZZ3R43

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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2205 on: March 30, 2020, 05:15:38 pm »


Spirit guides and angels can do this as well, and can use birds as a vessel to come to you in order to deliver a message.

Shortly after my sister passed, a pigeon would come and sit on my balcony. Pigeons are so common that my first instinct was that this was nothing special, but the Pigeon seemed extra cute and curious, and would sit on my balcony for ages just staring at me.

I wondered if it was a message from my sister, but then figured if she was going to come to me it would be a more exotic or unusual bird!

The pigeon came so many times that I really started to wonder what the significance of this was. After opening up to the possibility, I then received multiple signs and even a dream that it was indeed a sign from her!

So even pigeons, as common as they are, can be faithful messengers from the other side! In fact, pigeons were the original carrier bird and were smart and friendly enough to be trained to deliver letters and notes to people across far distances.


And when the flood was over, who appeared?



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GENESIS 8

1 God had not forgotten Noah and all the animals with him in the boat; he caused a wind to blow, and the water started going down. 2 The outlets of the water beneath the earth and the floodgates of the sky were closed. The rain stopped, 3 and the water gradually went down for 150 days. 4 On the seventeenth day of the seventh month the boat came to rest on a mountain in the Ararat range. 5 The water kept going down, and on the first day of the tenth month the tops of the mountains appeared.

6 After forty days Noah opened a window 7 and sent out a raven. It did not come back, but kept flying around until the water was completely gone. 8 Meanwhile, Noah sent out a dove to see if the water had gone down, 9 but since the water still covered all the land, the dove did not find a place to light. It flew back to the boat, and Noah reached out and took it in. 10 He waited another seven days and sent out the dove again. 11 It returned to him in the evening with a fresh olive leaf in its beak. So Noah knew that the water had gone down. 12 Then he waited another seven days and sent out the dove once more; this time it did not come back.


Religion is the politicization of God.

That is powerful. You may see it on my Tweet deck soon.

This was an unusually insightful podcast, even for you my friend, and you are being heard here in a group so barren of traffic that only the song of the wagtails carries on the ether.

Why thank you. The internet's best kept secret?

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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2206 on: March 30, 2020, 05:16:46 pm »
Ballgrab, land of doxxers and petty cyberstalkers.


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AZZERAE'S WORLD 59
« Reply #2207 on: March 30, 2020, 05:41:23 pm »
NARCISSUS

NARCOSIS
MIRROR I / MIRROR II / MIRROR III

The Greek myth of Narcissus is directly
concerned with a fact of human experience,
as the word Narcissus indicates.

It is from the Greek word
narcosis, or numbness.

The youth Narcissus
mistook his own reflection in the
water for another person.

This extension of himself by
mirror numbed his perceptions
until he became the
servomechanism of his own
extended or repeated image.

The nymph Echo tried to win
his love with fragments of his
own speech, but in vain.

He was numb. He had adapted to his
extension of himself and had become
a closed system.

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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2208 on: March 30, 2020, 05:44:45 pm »
Za Za is dead and gone. We need not concern ourselves with it rearing its ugly head any time soon.

I thought this was about Toots and true crime?????

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On second thought, mayhaps we might. I un-banned all his accounts a while back now. I still think there's some pyramid scheme of shame involving he and VC. The writing pattern is all too similar for my liking.

And, not by any specific coincidence, VC has fallen by the wayside again, lacking his favorite targets (you and I) to pry at in Ballgrab. Only to be replaced by...wait for it...Anthony! I draw absolutely no parallels there, save for the fact that we've all a lot more 'free time' during these pandemic days of late...

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I simply would chase a demon with the name of Christ, if it did appear. So no worries from my side.

Be it Christ or Krishna, no worries there...but as the record instructs us, also no alteration by any of us to ZaZa's erratic and scripturally camouflaged diatribes.

An aside - I was watching "Ancient Aliens" on the Skinwalker Ranch and mention was made of the trickster phenomenon as it relates to events there. But it is said that Krishna is also a trickster - not a descriptor I'd come to associate with him from my admittedly surficial experience with things Hindu, what say you?

https://www.thehinduportal.com/2015/11/krishna-trickster-love.html
https://mightywrites.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/a-study-of-the-trickster-archetype/

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The challenge of the Trickster is found in our own selves.  The Trickster reveals nothing other than what is.  When we get caught in a cycle of repression, suppression or appearances, he is there to knock us out of our loop.  Synchronicity reminds us that the world is rarely what it seems and just when we are certain about what we know, the Trickster goes to work.  When we get stuck through unconsciousness, ignorance, or pride, the Trickster through his antics, holds up the mirror and shows us our own foolishness.  To continue blindly would mean a lack of freedom, a lack of playfulness, which he will not allow.  This can often be painful because we go to great lengths to perfectly hide our blind spots, but what incredible energy and life this effort steals away.  The Trickster knows that no matter how painful it may be to see a part of ourselves we’ve longed to keep hidden, the pain of unconsciously acting out the repression daily is much worse.  And the Trickster will put your weakness on a platter for all to see and do so with a smile.  To him it is all a game for his amusement.  Krishna once, while all of the milk maidens were bathing, stole all of their clothes and hid them in a tree.  Once they realized what had happened, they begged for their clothes back and he reprimanded them for breaking a vow about bathing nude.  He then made them come out of the water nude to get their clothes.  In the book “The Play of God” author Vanamali further says, “they were forced to abandon their sense of shame”, meaning their ego and limiting beliefs.  After this Krishna, “who had gone there with the express purpose of filling their desires”, saying “[they] cast off the last traces of [their] ego”, allowed the maidens to realize their ultimate goal of divine union with him.  You cannot predict the Trickster and that is his power.  Although seemingly cruel and random at times, he plays the tricks that are in our best interests.  It is up to us to understand his mysterious ways.

There is much in that passage that informs me with regard to your journey.

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Man, I never thought of it that way. Synchronicity everywhere!

There is a gardener who is usually around these parts. But, alas, I was alone yes. The very same gardener has imparted to me that the ancestors are calling me. That I should pursue life as a sanusi. Obviously I haven't.

I wonder is this gardener a native Afrikaner, or perhaps an immigrant??

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Sanusi

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a member of a Muslim brotherhood of North Africa founded in 1837 who observes a strict and ascetic type of Islamic orthodoxy combined with a militant aggressiveness in pursuance of political goals

Have I the correct definition here?



Because if so then I invoke the trickster card and advise caution as the notion that you would dedicate your inner self to servicing something as convoluted and trite as a festering Islamic political vendetta troubles me. You're awfully far south from Nigeria for this to be remotely relevant in your life context.

Caution is advised to that entreaty my friend.... :o


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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2209 on: March 30, 2020, 05:49:11 pm »
I thought this was about Toots and true crime?

I was referring to the Tupla part, my bad.

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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2210 on: March 30, 2020, 05:53:22 pm »

And when the flood was over, who appeared?


YES!!!!

A pigeon in heaven's raiments, or feathers, lol...but indeed of the squab family!

Great catch.

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That is powerful. You may see it on my Tweet deck soon.

The duality of dogma infuses both, to awful divisions. :'(

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Why thank you. The internet's best kept secret?

Secreted only from those without eyes to see, ears to hear, nor minds to cohere.

Like a jewel on the beach, gleaming only for the one who lingers, looks beneath his feet and asks "what if?"


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« Reply #2211 on: March 30, 2020, 05:56:17 pm »
I was referring to the Tupla part, my bad.

No worries, I surmised as much but had to ask.

I rather think Toots' greatest focus is the afterlife, and rightly so given her life journey thus far.

I hope that doesn't sound ominous, it wasn't meant to, just noting the loss she's been dealt informs her avid interests in contact with the departed. 8)

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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD 59
« Reply #2213 on: March 30, 2020, 06:04:56 pm »
The Greek myth of Narcissus is directly
concerned with a fact of human experience,
as the word Narcissus indicates.

It is from the Greek word
narcosis, or numbness.

The youth Narcissus
mistook his own reflection in the
water for another person.

This extension of himself by
mirror numbed his perceptions
until he became the
servomechanism of his own
extended or repeated image.

The nymph Echo tried to win
his love with fragments of his
own speech, but in vain.

He was numb. He had adapted to his
extension of himself and had become
a closed system.

I shall listen later, but this passage puts me in mind of:




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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2214 on: March 30, 2020, 06:37:15 pm »
https://www.vanguardngr.com/2020/03/unforgettable-quotes-that-earned-emir-sanusi-trouble/


On whether he would join politics “I am not ready, I don’t want it and I’m not interested (in politics). I feel that if I go into politics, it would destroy everything I have done. I cannot survive for one year in that space. I think it takes a particular type of skill to be a politician and I don’t have those skills,” Sanusi in an interview with the BBC (Hardtalk) November 2013

7 years later:

The change we need “The real change in the north will come from those who are considered mad(radical) people because when you look around and say, ‘if this is the way people have been doing things, and this is where they have ended up, maybe there is the need to do things differently,” Kaduna, February 2020.{/b]

Pray tell me the aroma of these was not carried by your gardener's advice:


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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2215 on: April 01, 2020, 12:54:58 am »
Mirror 1 -

Q: Why does mere Azzerae get a visit from Krishna while people who have reached out to God their entire lives don't?

A: "I'm very, very angry at God currently, for a variety of reasons."

I can't see a more clear example of something that former Coast host Ian Punnett covered in his book "How To Pray When You're Pissed At God: Or Anyone Else for that Matter":

https://www.esquire.com/news-politics/how-to/a22454/pray-pissed-at-god/


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IP: I think there has been an overemphasis in our culture on "If I feel it, it's legitimate." Just look at your average reality show. When we feel anger building, we should be suspicious as to what the effects of this anger will be on others if we express it. If it's good anger, it will bring about more justice, correct a wrong, assert a healthy line of self-protection, that kind of thing. Good anger was the Civil Rights movement in Birmingham, Alabama. Bad anger was the police department unleashing the hounds.

ESQ: I try to have good anger, but most of my anger is about trivial stuff, like a $3 ATM fee. Sometimes I think repression is the best solution. What's your take on repression?

IP: Repression sucks. If you are feeling disrespected to the point of anger, but you hold it back while you process through it and you stop feeling it, that's probably not repression. True repression never releases anger, it just bottles it. Repression is as pointless as a lid on a boiling pot. What people need is a way to turn down the heat.

But I also know you've been a curious kitty with the darkness, as much or more at times than the DeCON troll, so perhaps your anger and inquisitive nature combined to accelerate the intercession of the divine, yes? Maybe your "dark night of the soul" was so black and empty that the light was compelled to shine in!



I will agree that from what I know of psychiatric drugs they do blunt the full capacity to meditate, pray, and create...to an extent you've already covered in past podcasts and posts here.







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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2216 on: April 01, 2020, 01:13:05 am »
Mirror II -



No Azz...no kissing the meteor please, take the dot on head first, lol!

 ;)





Good statement of intention for the forum, it may relegate it to artifact status, but if so one must question what is so much less appealing about your therapy and awakening as opposed to Ballgrab's head games without end. An immutably moot point as phrased. ::)



On the plus side:

..and then this which I think addresses your misgivings with Dyer's "feel good" counseling:


I bet the beggars of New Dehli would call bullshit on him too!

Oh and, you're most welcome, truly! :)


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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2217 on: April 01, 2020, 01:30:06 am »


Beware Dynamo Hum - that one has NO ONE's best interests at heart, and certainly not yours.



"Everybody’s wearing a disguise to hide what they’ve got left behind their eyes but me, I can’t cover what I am."



Btw...congrats...





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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2218 on: April 01, 2020, 05:39:36 pm »
I was watching "Ancient Aliens" on the Skinwalker Ranch and mention was made of the trickster phenomenon as it relates to events there. But it is said that Krishna is also a trickster - not a descriptor I'd come to associate with him from my admittedly surficial experience with things Hindu, what say you?

https://www.thehinduportal.com/2015/11/krishna-trickster-love.html

https://mightywrites.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/a-study-of-the-trickster-archetype/

There is much in that passage that informs me with regard to your journey.

I've been pondering and pondering and pondering as to how I should respond to this ... Kṛṣṇa as The Trickster. Hmmm. Mhmm. hmm hm hmm!?

What I can react to, is the 2 links you shared are both fascinating in their own right.

Now, is Kṛṣṇa a "trickster"? I don't know. I just don't know! Everything I went through when meeting with him seemed to me as altruistic. But, I suppose, as in one of the pieces you shared he does indeed make one feel like he is the only one you're talking to.

I wonder is this gardener a native Afrikaner, or perhaps an immigrant??

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Sanusi

Have I the correct definition here?

The gardener I speak of is native to this land, a Zulu man. And, I misused a term when I said "sanusi", so its not that the definition you sought is incorrect, please SCRATCH the term and replace it with "witch doctor" - as that's what I meant.

This gardener is one of the kindest, calmest and happiest people I've ever known. He loves nature, and respects it. He and I have often shared stories and ideas around this property. He is hired by the complex. And he thinks my condition is a gift, not a curse. I did explain that its scary to us of Western thought. He was gracious, as always and never pushed any of his own ideas on me, or forced me to change my mind on anything.

He's like an angel in disguise, actually. A therapist. And the natural surroundings are like his gigantic office. And he doesn't charge! LOL.

Because if so then I invoke the trickster card and advise caution as the notion that you would dedicate your inner self to servicing something as convoluted and trite as a festering Islamic political vendetta troubles me. You're awfully far south from Nigeria for this to be remotely relevant in your life context.

Caution is advised to that entreaty my friend...

Be not concerned, that noise does certainly sound like a wrong turn to take in life. And its definitely not one I'll be taking!

*smiles*

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Re: AZZERAE'S WORLD (PODCAST DISCUSSION)
« Reply #2219 on: April 01, 2020, 05:40:37 pm »
I'm very slow at writing lately. Because I have a lot of work to do ... but I am considering each and every one of your (and everyone else's) posts, in order to pen replies that match their brilliance.