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    So what do they look like, those blue Avians?
    http://spherebeingalliance.com/blog/...g-updates.html

    Cool haircut!

    What really interests me is their culture, in a sense of: do they make music, do they write books, do they have museums? I mean making up a story about bluish birds with an attitude is not so hard, but making it believable?

    A Blue Avian opera would be a good start, Corey.
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    Quote Originally posted by Outlander View Post
    So what do they look like, those blue Avians?
    http://spherebeingalliance.com/blog/...g-updates.html

    Cool haircut!

    What really interests me is their culture, in a sense of: do they make music, do they write books, do they have museums? I mean making up a story about bluish birds with an attitude is not so hard, but making it believable?

    A Blue Avian opera would be a good start, Corey.
    Go ahead and thank a post. Not so hard.
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    I personally applaud you outlander, do it once then you're almost obligated to do it again. There's always the danger of sending the wrong message, to someone...somehow. I'm jealous
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    Quote Originally posted by donk View Post
    I personally applaud you outlander, do it once then you're almost obligated to do it again. There's always the danger of sending the wrong message, to someone...somehow. I'm jealous
    I would be frustrated without the thanks button. I really am a big mush inside. If I withhold a thanks, that is the message. However, threads that do not interest me or posts I might have missed do leave things up to misinterpretation. The World is not perfect and it is not meant to be. Being our best is good enough for me. If someone does not thank a post of mine, I notice but, not knowing how or why it was withheld, don't make shit up either
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    Originally Posted by donk
    I personally applaud you outlander, do it once then you're almost obligated to do it again. There's always the danger of sending the wrong message, to someone...somehow. I'm jealous
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    I would be frustrated without the thanks button. I really am a big mush inside. If I withhold a thanks, that is the message. However, threads that do not interest me or posts I might have missed do leave things up to misinterpretation. The World is not perfect and it is not meant to be. Being our best is good enough for me. If someone does not thank a post of mine, I notice but, not knowing how or why it was withheld, don't make shit up either
    I read your posts with this track buzzing in my brain...


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    Beautiful piece of music from a truly brilliant album - 'A Wizard, a True Star' by Todd Rundgren, recorded on an 8-track tape recorder. One of the five albums I would choose to bring with me to an uninhabited island. 'Dubnobasswithmyheadman' (Underworld) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwRM...2dBr4xC6ntITue would be another one.

    Nevermind.

    When I came here there was a bit of a quarrel going on between y'all, so I decided to have no part in the 'thank you' competition - which I thought was the fastest way to draw some attention and make some kind of statement. I also visited GLP in those days, where I was banned but still maintained a couple of ***** 50.000+ threads, so I had a bit of a stuck up nose.

    And by the way, I do thank people but I prefer to do that in a post.

    So THANK YOU MODWIZ and YOU too, DONK!
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    Quote Originally posted by modwiz View Post
    I would be frustrated without the thanks button. I really am a big mush inside. If I withhold a thanks, that is the message. However, threads that do not interest me or posts I might have missed do leave things up to misinterpretation. The World is not perfect and it is not meant to be. Being our best is good enough for me. If someone does not thank a post of mine, I notice but, not knowing how or why it was withheld, don't make shit up either
    You're a good man...
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    And THANK YOU TOO ELEN!!!

    The new thread Bill R. started on Avalon about Corey Good(ET) is a real 'Thank You' jerker. And I bet you'll be in little-big trouble when you don't thank Bill R. regularly - who is a kind of (Half)God to his Avalonian disciples.

    As if there weren't enough threads already at Avalon, on the 'GoodET affair'.
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    Quote Originally posted by Outlander View Post
    And THANK YOU TOO ELEN!!!

    The new thread Bill R. started on Avalon about Corey Good(ET) is a real 'Thank You' jerker. And I bet you'll be in little-big trouble when you don't thank Bill R. regularly - who is a kind of (Half)God to his Avalonian disciples.

    As if there weren't enough threads already at Avalon, on the 'GoodET affair'.
    Don't worry Outlander...you are cool and we are jealous of it...
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    And by the way, I do thank people but I prefer to do that in a post.

    So THANK YOU MODWIZ and YOU too, DONK!
    I like your style.
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    Quote Originally posted by donk View Post

    CG went from sticking up for Br and PA (by coming after me (and anyone who questioned his or PA's integrity) publicly, then "silverphoenix" (who many theorized wasn't ALWAYS his wife, that he was posting with it) freaked out in the same exact vain (but not nearly as eloquent a way) as I did when I first discovered: they tried to expose his belief in the danger of OTIII - LRon's sh!tty chickenscratch creation story.

    When I did it (and how I suggest anyone wanting to try the experiment, prove me a liar) was posting it up on PA for discussion. Back in those days, even malc would take it down when I tested him by coming here. It was some time earlier than Corey's emergence that I was doing that...back when that goofy jiminii dude was captivating a portion of the forum

    I can't remember silverphoenix actually doing that or if "she" did and it gotten taken down real quick...I just remember that by the time I saw the post it was "censored" and she was freaking out in writing that repulsed me the way goodETxSG posts did.
    Phil, remember this thread at the height of Super Scientologist Jiminii's protected popularity? Well anyway, your posting of Hubbard's OT 3 material is still up for public view. I read it again, still no ill effects. Go to page 4, post #72.
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...-and-Ron-s-Org

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    Quote Originally posted by Outlander View Post
    And THANK YOU TOO ELEN!!!

    The new thread Bill R. started on Avalon about Corey Good(ET) is a real 'Thank You' jerker. And I bet you'll be in little-big trouble when you don't thank Bill R. regularly - who is a kind of (Half)God to his Avalonian disciples.

    As if there weren't enough threads already at Avalon, on the 'douchET affair'.
    There, I fixed it.
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    This little gem by the former mod, is like a mirror looking at another mirror, neither able to see their reflections (vampire mirrors? )...the line between irony and hypocracy is pretty blurry:

    Indeed, a great case study. One tactic used to deceive or mislead is for one party to outright accuse another of doing what THEY are doing. For example,, Corey refers openly to Bill's work as a "UFO RELIGION".. isn't that clever? I would love to hear Corey justify that in the slightest. Especially in contrast to his own work as a self proclaimed Savior.

    Next,, my apologies,, but Corey does NOT get to call someone out about providing Proof For An Extraordinary Claim. That is a forehead slapper... The best evidence to date of anything he has ever claimed is a LinkedIn profile. Again accuse others of what you are definitely guilty of..

    Corey used Avalon as a launch pad to create his BRAND, and has been SELLING it since. Period


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    Quote Originally posted by Outlander View Post
    So what do they look like, those blue Avians?
    http://spherebeingalliance.com/blog/...g-updates.html

    Cool haircut!

    What really interests me is their culture, in a sense of: do they make music, do they write books, do they have museums? I mean making up a story about bluish birds with an attitude is not so hard, but making it believable?

    A Blue Avian opera would be a good start, Corey.
    Be sure to review "La Colombe" first so that any new opera won't be confused...

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    Believing, lol, find out what the greatest desire a person has, ask them to for a minute totally believe this will not be and who are they now now that this is. One will also soon find out the next thing syndrome. Good to do with oneself first.

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