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Posted: 27 March 2010 at 21:28 | IP Logged Quote blip

I too had a disturbing dream last night. But fortunately was able to work it out after reflection of the previous evening's unintended hurtful interjection of a friend's later revealed sad circumstances. Dreams in that way are insightful in that they are healthy outlets for our occasional bumbling errors during conversations with significant others We live and learn.

But whether dreams actually have some insight into future events, well, I doubt that.



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Posted: 28 March 2010 at 21:05 | IP Logged Quote glossyflower

I have had many dreams that are not like my usual dreaming if that makes sense, these dreams feel different, they are more vivid and I wake up from them feeling very out of sorts even if they are not nightmarish dreams, at the time they make no sense, until I see on the news something has happened.
I can't make myself dream things, they just happen.
Other than on here I have only told close friends and family and since 9/11 I have kept a personal dream diary which has been helpful.
Therefore I disagree with you Blip but there you go :)
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Posted: 28 March 2010 at 22:25 | IP Logged Quote Elsie

Yes, me too.

When I was young, I began reading an old book by, I think, John Dunne. I may have the name wrong, but he was an old time pilot in an open-top plane. When he was 10 years old, he dreamt the precise experience of flying in an open-top plane, and in those days, there weren't many pilots around, so it was a bizarre and memorable dream. He came up with a whole mathematical theory about the nature of time and how we future-project in dreams. But he was very scientific and I was never able to finish the book. However, I related to it immediately, because I had dreams about really trivial things like looking for a pencil, and then I would remember it clearly the next day, when I found myself searching in the same places for the same pencil.

Boring, but true.


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Posted: 27 May 2010 at 09:13 | IP Logged Quote PaleRider

 

Respected Middle East expert and former BBC presenter Alan Hart has broken his silence on 9/11, by revealing that the world's most prominent civil engineering company told him directly that the collapse of the twin towers was a controlled demolition.

Speaking on the Kevin Barrett show yesterday, Hart said he thought the 9/11 attack probably started as a Muslim operation headed up by Osama Bin Laden but that the plot was subsequently hijacked and carried out by Mossad agents in collusion with elements of the CIA, adding that since its formation, Israel has penetrated every Arab government and terrorist organization.




Another person speaks out, another very successful person who ahs nothing to gain from lieing, at what point do we start to listen to these guys?

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Posted: 27 May 2010 at 10:29 | IP Logged Quote Adman

You may just have something there PR

Where can I learn more ?

Please reply this time because you've always ignored requests for more information in the past.

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Posted: 27 May 2010 at 13:21 | IP Logged Quote Colgrin

PaleRider wrote:
Another person speaks out, another very successful person who ahs nothing to gain from lieing, at what point do we start to listen to these guys?




Errr.. i dunno, maybe when some evidence is produced, maybe?

Just because the buildings may have been demolished doesn't mean it had anything to do with your "inside job" crap.

What was the name of this engineering company?

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Posted: 27 May 2010 at 16:07 | IP Logged Quote Adman

Is this your information source PR ? .....

http://wideshut.co.uk/respected-bbc-presenters-intel-says-91 1-was-controlled-demolition/

 

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Posted: 27 May 2010 at 23:55 | IP Logged Quote PaleRider

Where can you learn more?  Google?  There is to much info out there for me to just give one link.
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Posted: 28 May 2010 at 08:49 | IP Logged Quote Colgrin

Ah yes Pale, that age old cop -out

I can't be bothered to back up my wild and looney tunes ideas, you do it for me.



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Posted: 28 May 2010 at 09:36 | IP Logged Quote Adman

PaleRider wrote:
Where can you learn more?  Google?  There is to much info out there for me to just give one link.

I've Googled "barking mad" and it comes up with loads of similar fairy tales. 



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