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  • * Reflections from the field *

    "I have deleted Windows 10 and installed Ubuntu. I will never use Windows again; Game Over.

    After months of tweaking Windows 10: removing services, stopping processes, uninstalling apps, and doing all sorts of hacks, I was done. Over. I can't handle this garbage anymore. It's so slow, so resistant to any form of change or customization, and so phony.

    So I made a final decision and switched to Linux Ubuntu. I used its bootable usb version; and it worked perfectly. So I made a careful backup of my files and installed a from scratch windowsless copy.

    Despite a not-so-fast boot, Ubuntu works awesomely. Perfectly multitask, fast multi-app handling, no lagging, no useless gui garbage.

    I'm relieved. My last desktop experience with Linux was the good old Redhat in the times of the good old Mandrake then some Fedora. I was not fully aware that desktop Linux has become so ubiquitous and easy to install and to use.

    I'm so surprised that people are still using Windows. Something is wrong. The Ubuntu (and Linux in general) community should spread the information in a persistent and broader way.

    Some review sites say that Ubuntu performs slightly better than Windows 10. Well this is absolutely wrong. It performs much much better. The gap is so wide that you can't even compare them.

    Game Over."

    ==> https://www.reddit.com/r/Ubuntu/comments/csjc2a/i_have_deleted_windows_10_and_installed_ubuntu_i/
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    #Linux #deleteWindows10 #Ubuntu #windowssucks #computerfreedom
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  • * Reflections from the field *

    "I have deleted Windows 10 and installed Ubuntu. I will never use Windows again; Game Over.

    After months of tweaking Windows 10: removing services, stopping processes, uninstalling apps, and doing all sorts of hacks, I was done. Over. I can't handle this garbage anymore. It's so slow, so resistant to any form of change or customization, and so phony.

    So I made a final decision and switched to Linux Ubuntu. I used its bootable usb version; and it worked perfectly. So I made a careful backup of my files and installed a from scratch windowsless copy.

    Despite a not-so-fast boot, Ubuntu works awesomely. Perfectly multitask, fast multi-app handling, no lagging, no useless gui garbage.

    I'm relieved. My last desktop experience with Linux was the good old Redhat in the times of the good old Mandrake then some Fedora. I was not fully aware that desktop Linux has become so ubiquitous and easy to install and to use.

    I'm so surprised that people are still using Windows. Something is wrong. The Ubuntu (and Linux in general) community should spread the information in a persistent and broader way.

    Some review sites say that Ubuntu performs slightly better than Windows 10. Well this is absolutely wrong. It performs much much better. The gap is so wide that you can't even compare them.

    Game Over."

    ==> https://www.reddit.com/r/Ubuntu/comments/csjc2a/i_have_deleted_windows_10_and_installed_ubuntu_i/
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    #Linux #deleteWindows10 #Ubuntu #windowssucks #computerfreedom
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  • Message from Matthew
    https://www.matthewbooks.com/august-18-2019/
    Earth as “emotional schoolhouse”; emotions about world affairs; lightworkers’ help; unity in love response to bigotry; animals: souls, evolution, importance to humankind, visualization
    #matthewward
    August 18, 2019
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  • Gerry Vassilatos gives a short review of the classic text every qualitative researcher should be familiar with - "Man or Matter" by Ernst Lehrs. Load of goodies at the bottom of the article!

    Read the Full Article Here: http://bit.ly/2Z4YCnn

    "The author goes into wonderful detail concerning the methods and foundations of the science of Goethe. In fact, one finds a very profound bulk of the Goethean system of perception-participation all too well outlined in good perspective by an aficionado. Lehrs took his teachers’ own lessons to heart, becoming perhaps one of Goethe’s own best pupils. We are shown, in context, the method of perceiving counterspace and etheric formative forces clearly taught. The color theory of Goethe is mentioned in relationship with many other phenomena, and Lehrs does bring the theory into his contemporary viewpoint-which is refreshing in giving the original essay even more force and power than it already has. For, in the color theory of Goethe, we find the marvelous detail which Newton’s prism-based notions lacked. And Lehrs is a brilliant and good teacher. One feels the kindness which his pupils must have enjoyed under his teaching. The total scope with which weather phenomena and earth formations are brought together in a lovely sweep proves the mastery of the author both in the classroom and as a writer. Remember, the main thrust of the treatise is to show a new mode of cognition, and the wonder-filling healing promise which such a viewpoint holds for its participants."

    Discuss With the Aether Force Community Here:
    https://discord.gg/7WU3eyq

    #aetherforce #ether #borderlands #goethe #steiner #formativeforces #projectivegeometry #counterspace #light #colour
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  • I've noticed something interesting lately through my desire to remember my MILAB experiences while also trying to reaffirm my spiritual practice through witchcraft. There are so many instances where a healer or psychic or medium will mention the idea of soul retrieval (a concept referring to the rediscovery/reconnection with parts of the soul that have separated from the main soul body during serious traumatic events) specifically in relation to past lives.

    This has recently come up very frequently for me, and it's become a sort of threaded connection I've been playing around with. During an episode of Cosmic Disclosure, Corey Goode described the process of preparing individuals for the end of their service, which included a sort of de-aging where the individual's physical body was age regressed back to its original state just prior to the MILAB abduction. Once they're put back into their original timeline, that individual essentially lives those years twice. I was taken around the age of 7, and assuming my service was for 15-20 years, my physical body will be reliving its own lifespan until I'm between 22-27 (which lines up with the time frame for my memories beginning to resurface).

    I don't think it's at all irrational to believe that the trauma involved with participating in this program (unwillingly for me, as an astral operator) would cause a fracture in the energetic/soul body, which might not immediately return, either on its own or after being sought out. But this leaves an interesting notion with how the metaphysical community might be interacting with this phenomenon without really realizing what they're dealing with. I've only ever heard soul retrieval used in relation to past life trauma (unless it was explicitly for a trauma that an individual remembered as part of their normal lifespan), so it would be likely that those years people spend in MILAB, due to the process involved with blankslating, would in fact seem or feel like their own past life.

    I suppose this realization came to me in a moment of frustration, when I recently within the last few weeks went to a local metaphysical shop to inquire about soul retrieval. The woman I spoke to insisted that it was almost always in relation to past lives, which didn't exactly fit for me because I know for sure that my MILAB experiences were far more horrific than my last few past lives (the most recent of which had me as an orphaned boy whose later wife died of the plague). So I was frustrated because I already knew the nature of this missing piece of my soul body, why it stayed away, when it returned to me, and the reason for its continued refusal to connect with the rest of me. I thought about this a lot for the next couple of days after I took up the woman's offer for a meditation to connect me with my personal Fetch Beast (an astral companion specific to the task of helping one travel to the astral, which I struggle with incredibly because of my MILAB service) and realized that my own frustration was keeping me from seeing the bigger picture.

    Part of my journey in this life, I truly believe, is to help bridge the gap between metaphysics and this aspect of disclosure. Energy healers are going to start coming into contact with a lot of MILAB individuals and will probably have quite a time trying to understand this odd addition of 15-20+ years attached to the soul's current lifetime that are not reflected in the physical body. And I believe that simply due to the nature of blankslating, after having read Dr. Michael Newton's books on past lives and life between lives, those years spent during service will probably energetically feel like their own separate past lives, when that's not totally the case.

    I'm sure there's more to it, or that some part of my rationalization is flawed, but ultimately the basic idea feels true to me, and I guess I just wanted the opportunity to write it down and read my thoughts for myself. It's difficult to pair these intensive disclosure aspects with the "woo woo" of metaphysics, but I think it's a really important connection to make.
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  • Linux For Everyone | Episode 3: Go Make Stuff.

    For the Linux Gaming Report, the big boss at Bearded Giant Games discusses his 'Linux First Initiative,' an unusual origin story, and what it takes to survive as a one-man indie game studio.

    Atroxity takes us out with some atmospheric electronica +loads more!

    ==> https://linuxforeveryone.fireside.fm/3-manjaro-office-indie-games-community-voice
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    #Linux4Everyone #Forbes #Evengelho #Linux #podcast #Atroxity #BeardedGiantGames #LinuxFirst
    Episode 3: Go Make Stuff
    The community sounds off about Manjaro's LibreOffice situation, and an indie game developer discusses his 'Linux First' Initiative and reveals a hilarious origin story.
    LINUXFOREVERYONE.FIRESIDE.FM
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  • Linux For Everyone | Episode 3: Go Make Stuff.

    For the Linux Gaming Report, the big boss at Bearded Giant Games discusses his 'Linux First Initiative,' an unusual origin story, and what it takes to survive as a one-man indie game studio.

    Atroxity takes us out with some atmospheric electronica +loads more!

    ==> https://linuxforeveryone.fireside.fm/3-manjaro-office-indie-games-community-voice
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    #Linux4Everyone #Forbes #Evengelho #Linux #podcast #Atroxity #BeardedGiantGames #LinuxFirst
    Episode 3: Go Make Stuff
    The community sounds off about Manjaro's LibreOffice situation, and an indie game developer discusses his 'Linux First' Initiative and reveals a hilarious origin story.
    LINUXFOREVERYONE.FIRESIDE.FM
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  • Linux For Everyone | Episode 2: Swing The Doors Wide Open.

    Kicks off with a weekly software discovery, then we glide into a community spotlight with Linux Lads' Conor Murphy. The meat of Episode 2 revolves around Endeavour OS as we take a deep dive into the new Arch-based distro.

    +The Linux Gaming Report debuts with Liam Dawe of GamingOnLinux.com.

    ==> https://linuxforeveryone.fireside.fm/2-endeavour-os-guake-unfa-linux-lads
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    #Linux4Everyone #Forbes #Evengelho #Linux #podcast
    Episode 2: Swing The Doors Wide Open
    A jam-packed episode featuring Endeavour OS and three international guests.
    LINUXFOREVERYONE.FIRESIDE.FM
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  • Linux For Everyone | Episode 2: Swing The Doors Wide Open.

    Kicks off with a weekly software discovery, then we glide into a community spotlight with Linux Lads' Conor Murphy. The meat of Episode 2 revolves around Endeavour OS as we take a deep dive into the new Arch-based distro.

    +The Linux Gaming Report debuts with Liam Dawe of GamingOnLinux.com.

    ==> https://linuxforeveryone.fireside.fm/2-endeavour-os-guake-unfa-linux-lads
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    #Linux4Everyone #Forbes #Evengelho #Linux #podcast
    Episode 2: Swing The Doors Wide Open
    A jam-packed episode featuring Endeavour OS and three international guests.
    LINUXFOREVERYONE.FIRESIDE.FM
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  • I do not understand your political views Magenta or why you even get involved in politics when you are a spiritual teacher!

    My response; I don't really have 'political views' or 'get involved in politics' - I just read energy signatures. The political arena (especially in America) is at the forefront of the energetic changes in the third dimensional world so it makes sense that an energy reader would see this and comment on it as part of their delivery of messages (as well as receive downloads from their higher guidance system).
    No 'spiritual teacher' or channel/conduit can truly see the bigger picture if they don't take note of the political world stage which is a collective reflection of all that we are. Polarity raising or lessening is not an 'easy ride' in 3D. One can remain within 5D/multidimensionality/unity consciousness and still comment on political issues. The trick to accessing clear, clean and accurate information within this polarised and potentially volatile structure is to take the observer viewpoint and not bring in any of your own ego agendas or emotions. If you do this, you are lost to truth. However, if you are triggered this is not a bad thing. It shines a light upon that which needs to be examined, integrated and transmuted. Gratitude is the key <3
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