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Mon Mar 17, 2014 4:07 pm
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...but then I bought some good beer instead.
 
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Tue Mar 18, 2014 3:43 am
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Post subject: Re: i almost signed up to get ion drops... Reply with quote

bodylogic wrote:
...but then I bought some good beer instead.


BOB: Another testimonial (they get more amazing every new while):

On Mar 12, 2014, at 5:13 AM, bo------@aol.com wrote:

[[ Hi Dr Dean!

I wanted to share with you another testimonial for ReNew. This past Thanksgiving, I went to my father's house in upstate NY. Shortly after I arrived, my sister told me that her husband had had an outbreak of shingles the previous April. While the rash had subsided after a few weeks, the pain from the nerve damage beneath the skin remained. "Oh," I said, "I have something that'll fix that!" She looked at me with doubt. I pulled out my bottle of ReNew saying, "What can it hurt?"

I put several drops on my brother-in-law's fingertips, and he rubbed them over his right forehead, down onto the cheek, and up into his scalp. Then we had our Thanksgiving celebration, and nothing more was said about it. The next morning at breakfast, I asked him, "Did you sleep through the night?" (He hadn't slept through the night for the past six months due to rolling over onto the right side of his face and waking up screaming with pain.) "Yes," he said casually, "I did." Then it hit him. "I slept through the night!" he exclaimed, "And I didn't need to take a pain pill this morning, either!"

My sister was impressed. I gave her the glossy insert that comes with my monthly product shipment- with all the info she needed to order more. I don't know if she did or not - I did my part. But knowing that a single application gave my brother-in-law relief seemed pretty remarkable to me. Shingles is an awful thing to live with, and there is nothing Western medicine can provide for relief except pain meds. There is nothing they can provide that will help repair the nerve damage caused by the virus! (Hence the sceptical look from my sister.)

ReNew to the rescue once again!

Sincerely,
Deborah Morse ]]

Get a clue, bodylogic.


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Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:40 am
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Post subject: Re: i almost signed up to get ion drops... Reply with quote

bodylogic wrote:
...but then I bought some good beer instead.


What kind?

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Thu Mar 20, 2014 11:40 pm
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bodylogic wrote:
...but then I bought some good beer instead.


What kind?

888




this. i don't know if you can get it on the east coast. its big in the southwest.
 
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Sat Mar 22, 2014 7:59 am
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HOP Drops Cool

Looks good...An IPA? I'm fairly central to SlyFox, Troggs, and Victory. They get most of my alliegance.

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Sat Mar 29, 2014 12:17 am
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HOP Drops Cool

Looks good...An IPA? I'm fairly central to SlyFox, Troggs, and Victory. They get most of my alliegance.

888


yes HOP Drops.

first time I had one with dinner, it felt like a drug... I felt I could look into the guf and see the souls exiting Wink
 
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Sat Mar 29, 2014 3:58 am
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bodylogic wrote:
~Foo Fighter~ wrote:
HOP Drops Cool

Looks good...An IPA? I'm fairly central to SlyFox, Troggs, and Victory. They get most of my alliegance.

888


yes HOP Drops.

first time I had one with dinner, it felt like a drug... I felt I could look into the guf and see the souls exiting Wink



BOB: According to iON, "souls" don't go to the Guf - your "essence" does.

Your soul is the stenographer recording what you create and don't create.

What you don't manifest goes to the Guf when you "transition."

When "essences" blissed out in the Guf choose to experience the Physical (be born), they pick up your "unrealized creations" and create.

So the more there are people who live unfulfilled lives, the more wealth is created in the Physical World.

The 20th C. created a lot of frustrated lives so that abundance rules in the 21st C... and the kids are alright.


Bob Dobbs
 
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Sat Mar 29, 2014 7:37 am
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I read a different story...it's a little wordy (but of course, it's James Branch Cabell).

Some years ago (said the God of Jurgen's grandmother) it was reported to Koshchei that scepticism was abroad in his universe, and that one walked therein who would be contented with no rational explanation. "Bring me this infidel," says Koshc hei: so they brought to him in the void a little bent grey woman in an old grey shawl. "Now, tell me why you will not believe," says Koshchei, "in things as they are."

Then the decent little bent grey woman answered civilly; "I do not know, sir, who you may happen to be. But, since you ask me, everybody knows that things as they are must be regarded as temporary afflictions, and as trials through which we are ri ghteously condemned to pass, in order to attain to eternal life with our loved ones in Heaven."

"Ali, yes," --said Koshchei, who made things as they are; ah, yes, to be sure! and how did you learn of this?

"Why, every Sunday morning the priest discoursed to us about Heaven, and of how happy we would be there after death."

"Has this woman died, then?" asked Koshchei.

"Yes sir," they told him,--" recently. And she will believe nothing we explain to her, but demands to be taken to Heaven."

"Now, this is very vexing," Koshchei said, "and I cannot, of course, put up with such scepticism. That would never do. So why do you not convey her to this Heaven which she believes in, and thus put an end to the matter?"

"But, sir," they told him, "there is no such place."

Then Koshchei reflected. "It is certainly strange that a place which does not exist should be a matter of public knowledge in another place. Where does this woman come from?"

"From Earth," they told him.

"Where is that?" he asked: and they explained to him as well as they could.

"Oh, yes, over that way," Koshchei interrupted. "I remember. Now-but what is your name, woman who wish to go to Heaven?"

"Steinvor, sir: and if you please I am rather in a hurry to be with my children again. You see, I have not seen any of. them for a long while."

"But stay," said Koshchei: "what is that which comes into this woman's eyes as she speaks of her children?" They told him it was love.

"Did I create this love?" says Koshchei, who made things as they are. And they told him, no: and that there were many sorts of love, but that this especial sort was an illusion which women had invented for themselves, and which they exhibited in all dealings with their children. And Koshchei sighed.

"Tell me about your children," Koshchei then said to Steinvor: "and look at me as you talk, so that I may see your eyes."

So Steinvor talked of her children: and Koshchei, who made all things, listened very attentively. Of Coth she told him, of her only son, confessing Coth was the finest boy that ever lived, --" a little wild, sir, at first, but then you know what boys are,-"-and telling of how well Coth had done in business and of how he had even risen to be an alderman. Koshchei, who made all things, seemed properly impressed. Then Steinvor talked of her daughters, of Imperia and Lindamira and Christine: of Imperia's beauty, and of Lindamira's bravery under the mishaps of an unlucky marriage, and of Christine's superlative housekeeping. "Fine women, sir, every one of them, with childre n of their own! and to me they still seem such babies, bless them!" And the decent little bent grey woman laughed. "I have been very lucky in my children, sir, and in my grandchildren too," she told Koshchei. "There is Jurgen, now, my Coth's boy! You may not believe it, sir, but there is a story I must tell you about Jurgen--" So she ran on very happily and proudly, while Koshchei, who made all things, listened, and watched the eyes of Steinvor.

Then privately Koshchei asked, "Are these children and grandchildren of Steinvor such as she reports?"

"No, sir," they told him privately.

So as Steinvor talked Koshchei devised illusions in accordance with that which Steinvor said, and created such children and grandchildren as she described. Male and female he created them standing behind Steinvor, and all were beautiful and stainless: and Koshchei gave life to these illusions.

Then Koshchei bade her turn about. She obeyed: and Koshchei was forgotten.

Well, Koshchei sat there alone in the void, looking not very happy, and looking puzzled, and drumming upon his knee, and staring at the little bent grey woman, who was busied with her children and grandchildren, and had forgotten all about him. "B ut surely, Lindamira," he hears Steinvor say, we are not yet in Heaven." -- "Ah, my dear mother," replies her illusion of Lindamira," to be with you again is Heaven: and besides, it may be that Heaven is like this, after all." ;-" My darling child, it is sweet of you to say that, and exactly like you to say that. But you know very well that Heaven is fully described in the Book of Revelations, in the Bible, as the glorious place that Heaven is. Whereas, as you can see for yourself, around us is nothing at all, and no person at all except that very civil gentleman to whom I was just talking; and who, between ourselves, seems woefully uninformed about the most ordinary matters."

"Bring Earth to me," says Koshchei. This was done, and Koshchei looked over the planet, and found a Bible. Koshchei opened the Bible, and read the Revelation of St. John the Divine, while Steinvor talked with her illusions. "I see," said Koshchei. "The idea is a little garish. Still-! "So he replaced the Bible, and bade them put Earth, too, in its proper place, for Koshchei dislikes wasting anything. Then Koshchei smiled and created Heaven about Steinvor and her illusions, and he made Heaven just such a place as was described in the book.

"And so, Jurgen, that was how it came about," ended the God of Jurgen's grandmother. "And Me also Koshchei created at that time, with the seraphim and the saints and all the blessed, very much as you see us :and, of course, he caused us to have been here always, since the beginning of time, because that, too, was in the book."

http://xroads.virginia.edu/~hyper/cabell/ch41.htm

888
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Sat Mar 29, 2014 9:47 pm
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sixbodied wrote:
bodylogic wrote:
~Foo Fighter~ wrote:
HOP Drops Cool

Looks good...An IPA? I'm fairly central to SlyFox, Troggs, and Victory. They get most of my alliegance.

888


yes HOP Drops.

first time I had one with dinner, it felt like a drug... I felt I could look into the guf and see the souls exiting Wink



BOB: According to iON, "souls" don't go to the Guf - your "essence" does.

Your soul is the stenographer recording what you create and don't create.

What you don't manifest goes to the Guf when you "transition."

When "essences" blissed out in the Guf choose to experience the Physical (be born), they pick up your "unrealized creations" and create.

So the more there are people who live unfulfilled lives, the more wealth is created in the Physical World.

The 20th C. created a lot of frustrated lives so that abundance rules in the 21st C... and the kids are alright.


Bob Dobbs


Trippy man... you guys come up with genius stuff no one else is bringing to the table. I dig that, makes sense on some level, of which I'm not going to try to label or define.
 
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