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Thread: The Brown Mountain Lights of North Carolina

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    Hmm, interesting. I've been trying to convince my fiancee to move to NC lately. The desire to go back home has gotten so strong at times, it's just unbearable.. I just chalked it up to a case of homesickness. Perhaps, it's not homesickness.. We could be getting a calling back there for a reason. That makes me curious if more people do feel this way.. What would happen if we all gathered up there? Probably nothing but it is certainly interesting to think about.

    I mentioned in the 'My TOT Icon' thread that I've been to Grandfather Mountain several times and could feel the energy in the air there, the same sensations you get when you finally arrive home and open the front door. That 'Ahh, I'm home" feeling. It's very nice.

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    We're in big trouble if we start building mountains from mashed potatoes!

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    Many people have suggested that there is a secret underground base in the Pisgah forest, which may or may not have some kind of connection to the lights and UFO sightings in western North Carolina. The base is allegedly deep within an innocuous building called the Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute, or PARI. Here is a UFO researcher from the area, Mary Joyce, talking about it:

    I embrace my desire to feel the rhythm, to feel connected enough to step aside and weep like a widow, to feel inspired, to fathom the power, to witness the beauty, to bathe in the fountain, to swing on the spiral of our divinity and still be a human.

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