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    Marathon Monks Of Mount Hiei, Japan.

    On looking back I realise I had left out an article about "The Marathon Monks Of Mount Hiei, Japan.
    So here it is.

    Source :- http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obit...sai-Sakai.html

    The Marathon Monks of Mount Hiei, Japan.

    This article contains a very good video 19:46 containg more detailed information of the monks rituals and journey.
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    Story Of A Man In Black as Told By King Louis XV.



    This story was taken from The memoirs Of Madame Du Barrie.
    Official mistress to King Louis XV.

    It was told by the King at one of Madame Du Barrie's intimate small suppers that she held with the King and close friends.

    The story by Count St Germain, which he himself had told to King Louis.

    The Count St Germain was travelling in Bohemia, night surprised him not far from Prague, and to add to his misfortune a wheel of his carriage had come off. He was under the necessity of seeking some place to shelter for the night.

    Looking around he perceived the turrets of a castle, and directing his steps towards it he requested hospitality for the night. He was informed he was welcome to all the place afforded, but the master of it being confined to his chamber by indisposition, he must have the kindness to pardon any apparent lack of attention.

    However the maitre d'hotel introduced him to the chamber of the baron, whom he found a handsome , dignified looking man, of about thirty years of age, but grave and melancholy.
    His sleeping apartment was entirely hung with black and resembled a chamber of death. The bed was of black velvet, trimmed with deep silver fringes, whilst over the top waved a funeral plume of white feathers. A large crystal lustre hanging from the ceiling of the room was filled with large tapers, which threw a sickly and deathbed glare over this singular place.

    Count St Germain looked at all this with deep and serious attention, and after attentively examining the features of his host, he took his hand as if to surprise his most secret thoughts, and said, 'Your excellency's heart is more the seat of disease than your body.
    I have from my youth devoted my attention to extraordinary cures and I flatter myself I could most successfully undertake yours if you would commit yourself to my care. The master of the chateau smiled with an expression of incredulity, and bowing slightly, he observed that his malady was incurable.

    The Count became more earnest on the subject, made known his name and rank and obtained the entire confidence of the young baron, who explained to him, that having been left an orphan with a considerable fortune, he had fallen in love with with the daughter of his notary, and, forgetful of all heraldic laws, wished to make her his wife.

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    Spite all of the representations of his family he espoused the young female alluded to by a sort of left-handed marriage, but on the first night of his nuptials, as he was about to lie his head on his pillow, a sepulchral voice sounded in his ears.

    Beware, your crime is as yet but one of ignorance, go pass the night in prayer, and tomorrow search in the tower of archives, beneath the twelfth iron chest on the left hand you will find some papers, which will reveal to you a horrible secret.

    After these words the voice was silent, and the astonished baron hastily summoned his attendants, but after the most vigorous scrutiny the events of the evening remained in the darkest of mystery.
    The baron concealed from his lady (who had heard nothing of the fearful warning) the alarm he had experienced, and began at length to persuade himself it had been merely some illusion of the senses.

    On the following day the bustle and rejoicings, incident upon his marriage entirely banished all recollection of the injunction he had received to visit the archives of his chateau.
    A week passed away in all the delights of festivities and receiving visits. When on the ninth day, a Friday, he was sitting, about eleven o clock in the morning, in his cabinet, writing a letter to a friend then in Italy.

    A knocking was heard at the door, 'come in', said the baron. A man entered at his bidding, dressed in a long black robe trimmed with ermine, a small black velvet scull-cap covered his head, his countenance was pale and inexpressive, and his eyes were fixed, glassy and motionless,
    he rather glided than walked, and the baron , whose attention appeared to be involuntary attracted towards this singular visitor , recognised his features with horror for those of an ancient keeper of the archives, who had been dead more than two centuries, and whose portrait similarly attired, still adorned the walls of the picture-gallery.

    The then proprietor of the chateau had caused it to be painted as a reward for his devotion to the family. This extraordinary being approached the baron, holding in his gloved hands a bundle of papers, which he placed on the table, bowed profoundly, and quitted the room without uttering a word leaving after him an odour as if from a charnel-house.

    The baron immovable with terror, felt a shudder which had frozen up his veins on the night of his marriage, and again he fancied he heard the horrid warning which then rung in his ears.
    At length with a desperate courage, he resolved to examine the papers which had so strangely and mysteriously found their way into his possession.
    Their contents were the very climax of horror, he had become the husband of his own sister, the natural child of his father and the sister of the notary's wife, who had consented to feign a pregnancy to deceive her husband as well as the rest of the world, and so save her sisters honour.

    Several facts and registers proved the authenticity of this fatal story, and the wretched baron could no longer doubt the truth of it. At that moment the young baroness entered the room, surprised by the paleness and agitation of her husband, she flew to him and by her fond caresses sought to draw from him the cause of it, or at least to destroy its effects, but with a fearful cry, the unhappy baron repulsed her attentions, and even shrunk from her with every sign of dislike and terror.

    The tears and prayers of the baroness brought on a new scene, she insisted on knowing the reason of this species of madness. The mysterious words which escaped the baron still made her more desirous of being filly acquainted with the evil, be it what it might.

    Alas there was no possibility of concealing it from her. She listened to the horrid tale with the most despairing calmness, and was led to her chamber, which she never more quitted, a rapid decline putting an end to her life and miseries at the expiration of a month.

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    Her husband and brother passed in prayers the first night of his widowhood.

    He was thus engaged when he heard a step behind him, he turned and saw his wife, clad in the vestments of the grave, come and place herself on her knees beside him.

    She neither spoke nor looked at him, her lips alone appeared to move, and added a more awful expression to her countenance.
    This scene lasted from midnight till the clock struck one, where she rose and slowly retired. A year had nearly elapsed since this dreadful event, and every night at the same hour it was repeated.

    The Count St Germain listened with imperturbable calmness to this singular narration. When the young baron ceased speaking he said, "Has your excellency ever enquired of the deceased what she requires you to do? or what her reasons for these nocturnal visits"? "No my lord", replied the afflicted husband,
    I have never presumed to interrogate her.
    "Have you ever requested any person to remain with you during the period she is accustomed to appear"? "Never" Well then, let me pass this night with you.

    I have good reasons for supposing I may be serviceable to you.

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    The baron overcome by the fame and reputation of The Count St Germain, consented.
    The count caused a casket, which he always carried with him, to be brought, took from it certain herbs and perfumed the chamber.

    Midnight struck, the door opened, and the Count, although he could perceive nothing, heard distinctly the rustling of a winding sheet, he was sensible likewise of a slight vacillation in the flame of the tapers, and to his great surprise an armchair appeared to move of its own accord and place itself beside that of the baron, who,
    upon a sign from the Count questioned the phantom, which was visible to his eye alone.

    A voice replied, that his wife was destined to be his nightly companion until he descended with her into the tomb, but that he would see her only twenty one nights more, that period being the termination of his stay in this world.

    The voice ceased and The Count St Germain struck with awe and surprise, placed himself on his knees, and began likewise to address his prayers to God until at one o'clock the spectre departed according to the custom.

    The Count knew not what to think of the scene he had just witnessed, whilst the baron, grateful to know the time of his earthly trials was so nearly expired, prayed of the traveler to pass with him those three weeks which still separated him from the friendly grave.

    The Count consented. "I endeavoured", said the the Count, by the aid of my most powerful elixirs to preserve his life, but in vain, and the twenty first evening I saw my unfortunate friend breath his last.

    A few instants before he expired he whispered to me, that his wife and the keeper of the archives were waiting in the room to take his spirit with them.

    The king here terminated his recital. "Mercy upon me, sire" "exclaimed I", what a horrible tale you have chosen to enliven us with.
    I can assure you I feel the same cold shudder the poor baron complained of.
    Your friend Count St Germain was a sad fabricator of falsehoods, if he pretended such a frightful story really did happen.

    "Pray be careful what you say of him", replied the Marechale de Mirepoix", I know the Count well myself, he is a most singular personage, I can assure you one who appears to have been in existence when Solomon's Temple stood.
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    Source :- http://madameguillotine.org.uk/2013/...cember-1793-2/

    Link to an article about the life of Madame du Barry.

    On the 8th of December 1793, Madame du Barry, the final mistress of Louis XV was taken from her cell in the Conciergerie, whence she had been transferred from the far more salubrious prison of Sainte P�lagie two days earlier and carried, struggling and shrieking for mercy, to the tumbrel that waited to take her to the guillotine.

    Born Jeanne B�cu in Vaucouleurs on the 19th August 1743, she was the illegitimate daughter of a gorgeous seamstress and a friar, a shocking beginning to what was to be a scandalous life.

    Jeanne, dragged up by her mother then fortuitously sent to a convent school by a wealthy benefactor, was to grow up to be exceedingly beauteous with a lovely face, tumbling blonde hair and meltingly seductive violet eyes.

    Sadly, her fiscal prospects were non existent and the presence of protective adults was minimal so the young Jeanne after an initial attempt to train as a milliner soon found herself working in a casino come brothel.
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    The Oracle -- A 400 Year Old Secret -- HD Feature Film.


    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQ1VvvrAILo


    Uploaded Sept 17th 2011. Video 53:40.


    Cloaked in secrecy for over 400 years, the State Oracle of Tibet has been a strange and mystical aspect of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. This ancient spirit, which has inhabited a succession of thirteen human mediums, advises the Dalai Lama on matters of public and religious policy. To witness the eerie spectacle of a medium entering a trance state and being possessed by the Oracle is to confront profound questions about the very nature of human consciousness.

    With permission from the Dalai Lama that had never been granted before, The Oracle explores the ancient practice of consulting spirits.

    The Dalai Lama is interviewed about the subject at length and not only speaks about the trance state of possession, but is actually filmed consulting the channeled entities himself.
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    Aleister Crowley's Lam & The Little Grey Men.



    Article by Daniel V. Boudillion.

    Aleister Crowley's Lam & The Little Grey Men.

    Possible connection between, The Grey Aliens and activities of certain occultists.

    This report also recounts some very curious behavior on the part of a number of people. These behaviors and events actually did take place and are fact. However, the supposed results of these events are entirely subjective and entirely in the realm of belief.

    Source :- http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ci...nciareal07.htm

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    Mystery Of Time Slips, Ripples In Time.


    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehfC2ILIYvY


    Published on Jul 15, 2014.
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    Ripples In Time.


    This documentary examines the Wootton timeslip, and CJ Romer outlines the experience at Thetford Priory, Norfolk which provoked his interest in investigating hauntings. This is one of very few Documentaries ever made on the subject of Timeslips. This is the full documentary.
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    The Afterlife Investigations. The Scole Experiment.


    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQvQ_WTtdHk


    Published April 17th 2012.
    Video 1 hour 26 mins.

    The Afterlife Investigations. The Scole Experiment.



    For five years a group of mediums and scientists witnessed more phenomena than in any other experiment in the history of the paranormal, including recorded conversations with the dead, written messages on sealed film, video of spirit faces and even spirit forms materializing.

    These experiments may finally convince you there is life after death. The scientific team in change of overseeing these experiments include world renowned Cambridge Scientist – Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, Dr. David Fontana and Researcher Montague Keen who died during the filming of the documentary.

    This is amazing evidence for the staunchest of skeptics amongst us, this is the first time the “Scole’s Group” have ever allowed the evidence and recordings to be seen and analyzed by academics, even the hardened non-believers amongst the scientific community, who obviously focus on the tangible scientific evidence and given proof, said they too were now converted to ‘having’ no other option but to believe there is certainly life after death, as they could find no scientific explanation for what they witnessed when present at the Scole’s Group meetings that took place in the cellar of a cottage in England.
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    Channeling Explained.



    Link To an article, Channeling Explained.

    Source :- http://www.gestaltreality.com/articl...ing-explained/

    Channeling also known as ‘Mediumship’ is the phenomenon of a non-physical entity communicating psychically through a medium; the medium being a living human being.
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    Quote Originally posted by Frances View Post

    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQvQ_WTtdHk


    Published April 17th 2012.
    Video 1 hour 26 mins.

    The Afterlife Investigations. The Scole Experiment.



    For five years a group of mediums and scientists witnessed more phenomena than in any other experiment in the history of the paranormal, including recorded conversations with the dead, written messages on sealed film, video of spirit faces and even spirit forms materializing.

    These experiments may finally convince you there is life after death. The scientific team in change of overseeing these experiments include world renowned Cambridge Scientist Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, Dr. David Fontana and Researcher Montague Keen who died during the filming of the documentary.

    This is amazing evidence for the staunchest of skeptics amongst us, this is the first time the Scoles Group have ever allowed the evidence and recordings to be seen and analyzed by academics, even the hardened non-believers amongst the scientific community, who obviously focus on the tangible scientific evidence and given proof, said they too were now converted to having no other option but to believe there is certainly life after death, as they could find no scientific explanation for what they witnessed when present at the Scoles Group meetings that took place in the cellar of a cottage in England.
    Frances.
    this is one incredible story.
    right up their with the friendship case
    or even the bob lazar story.

    one of the most astounding things is that the scole experiment was
    repeated in the US with like results.

    wonder if there's been any recent progress, if any at all.

    here is the report to the investigation, mentioned in the documentary.


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    Hello Jimmer, thank you very much for the Scoles Report.
    I will enjoy and be interested in it, and anything else you may want to contribute.
    Frances.


    I also enjoy the tie-in's with John Keel's research, I think they are amazing.
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    Quote Originally posted by Frances View Post
    Hello Jimmer, thank you very much for the Scoles Report.
    I will enjoy and be interested in it, and anything else you may want to contribute.
    Frances.


    I also enjoy the tie-in's with John Keel's research, I think they are amazing.
    and how about mike paterson's imposed realm imagery?
    you were the first to tip him off to the scole experiments connection.
    that's pretty well accepted now.

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