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Feng Shui Gives Thumbs Down To Living Near a Cemetery
03-02-2013, 02:06 AM #16
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(03-01-2013, 10:34 PM)Octo Wrote:  Don't think it's uniquely American.

A story that springs to mind is my dad's uncle on his way home one night (with horses and carriage)

Weather was bad and he stopped by friends on his way home (some 10 km) who offered him to stay the night. He insisted to get home (saying not even the devil could stop him from going home) and proceeded to do so, but in the middle of the road the horses stopped and refused to go any further.

He had to go back.

Its true,thats why i said most of us are obliviously living upon ancient burial mounds and old grave yards (*-*)
03-02-2013, 02:17 AM #17
Octo Mother Superior
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Yes we do and the suppression thereof is quite interesting.
03-02-2013, 02:28 AM #18
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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(03-01-2013, 06:05 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  wave.gif Hello! Sometime reader, first time poster.

I lived next door to a cemetery. Heck, my first BBS (run on a commodore 64) was named the Cemetery BBS!

Anyways, I would go for walks in the place lots of times. I never saw anything out of the ordinary. No ghosts. No mists. No hauntings. Now, I have lots of Earth elements in my astrology chart so that could be a reason I never saw anything.

I did once (or twice) try to sex up a chick in the place. We were lying down on the grass looking up at the starts. God what a peaceful place that was!

There was a Roman Catholic Bishops of the city buried right across the street from my house. I had a front window in my bedroom that I could see the circle were they were buried in.

There were two Jewish places of burial right next door to this big cemetery.

I don't know how I was "shaped" or "influenced" "supernaturaly" by living next door to it.

I do have a respect for the dead and my ancestors. My grandmother and grandfather are buried at this cemetery also.

I liked walking around or biking in the place. I liked to read what was written on the tombstones and see when they were born and died. Sometimes there were pictures of loved one there on the tombstones.

wave.gif That's sorta what I get too. I never feel threatened or frightened. Curious yes. Graveyards sorta give me a feeling someone cares about those who have gone before me. Especially the odd bunch of flowers or poignant quote.






03-02-2013, 02:37 AM #19
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(03-01-2013, 10:34 PM)Octo Wrote:  Don't think it's uniquely American.

A story that springs to mind is my dad's uncle on his way home one night (with horses and carriage)

Weather was bad and he stopped by friends on his way home (some 10 km) who offered him to stay the night. He insisted to get home (saying not even the devil could stop him from going home) and proceeded to do so, but in the middle of the road the horses stopped and refused to go any further.

He had to go back.



Lets see:
Dad's Uncle,
Dark and stormy night,
Quote about the Devil,
Animals with some sixth sense,

Go on, it's getting interesting.

There's plenty of room for all God's creatures. Right next to the mashed potatoes!
03-02-2013, 03:03 AM #20
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Why is this site still more or less frozen up after 48hrs? it took me around 20 minutes just to log in successfully,oh well...

Are the easily misled flocks of greed driven sheeple being forcibly herded away from conspiracy sites?

Imagine millions of chinese people invading the united states and forcing everyone already living here for many generations onto reservations and then trampling and tearing asunder and bulldozing over all our cemeteries and building condominiums and shopping malls and parking lots and houses upon our ancestors burial grounds, literally right on top of our grand parents and great grand parents and their mothers and fathers graves and thats exactly what we thoughtlessly and heartlessly did to unknown vast numbers of native american burial grounds and whats just as bad is most people could care less and dont give a flying f##k about them and their memories and so if we are cursed by the millions of ancient indians we so sadistically desecrated,we more than deserve it...

Like the very possible ancient indian curses we suffer from such as ghosts and sasquatch and poltergeist activity and demonic infestations and human possessions and haunted houses ect,ect and believe it or not,i remember reading somewhere in an old history book about an ancient indian curse that was cast upon the white people in the shape and form of cocaine addiction...
03-02-2013, 03:18 AM #21
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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Dunno about you but where i live, Indians reservations are the choicest land, they hunt and fish without limit year round, don't pay taxes, they're all employed by the gov., the ones that work (and the ones that don't work) get treaty and welfare checks, free (to them) health care, education and pensions. I'm sure they'd rather go back to living in quiggly holes, scavenging rotted fish off the river bank and eat tree bark in winter to satisfy your romantical ideaology but gee!! It ain't happening. coffeetime.gif
03-02-2013, 03:28 AM #22
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(03-02-2013, 03:18 AM)Shadow Wrote:  Dunno about you but where i live, Indians reservations are the choicest land, they hunt and fish without limit year round, don't pay taxes, they're all employed by the gov., the ones that work (and the ones that don't work) get treaty and welfare checks, free (to them) health care, education and pensions. I'm sure they'd rather go back to living in quiggly holes, scavenging rotted fish off the river bank and eat tree bark in winter to satisfy your romantical ideaology but gee!! It ain't happening. coffeetime.gif

The evil genocide of the natives of the north and south american continents was the most prolonged and protracted and brutally successful genocide known to humanity,where and when around 100,000,000 native americans were slaughtered and virtually driven into extinction,as initiated by the demented popes and those indians lived without money and without bibles and without prisons for many thousands of years,but then along came the murderous greed driven europeans...
03-02-2013, 03:39 AM #23
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Quote:“The historical record tells us that the shell midden (or mound) created by the Native American occupation was destroyed by the French when they built their fort here,” said Cadogan in a FEMA press release. “However, we’ve discovered, through archaeology, that rather than destroy the midden, the French cut off the top of it and used it as a foundation for their fort.”

Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.co...ans-147819

The fort they are speaking of is in New Orleans where archaeologists are finding artifacts from one particular burial mound.
03-02-2013, 03:45 AM #24
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(03-02-2013, 03:28 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  The evil genocide of the natives of the north and south american continents was the most prolonged and protracted and brutally successful genocide known to humanity,where and when around 100,000,000 native americans were slaughtered and virtually driven into extinction


There is no demographic evidence to support that.
03-02-2013, 07:20 AM #25
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(03-02-2013, 03:45 AM)Shadow Wrote:  
(03-02-2013, 03:28 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  The evil genocide of the natives of the north and south american continents was the most prolonged and protracted and brutally successful genocide known to humanity,where and when around 100,000,000 native americans were slaughtered and virtually driven into extinction


There is no demographic evidence to support that.

Around 100,000,000 people were exterminated during the Genocide of the Native Americans of the North and South American Continents by Spain and the United States from 1492-1898...

Worst Holocaust Of Human History > http://www.whale.to/c/native_american_genocide.html
03-02-2013, 03:32 PM #26
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Dowsing, using copper rods, can be used to find unmarked graves.

Quote:The “witching for bodies” technique has proven successful as Steel continues his extensive documentation. One story in particular stood out in his mind:

“There was a woman in Kansas who said six people were buried in a plot, and we only knew of one," he said. "So went out with the witching rod, and we did find six people."

Lacktorin and Steel's latest effort is an attempt to locate the grave of baby boy in the old part of the cemetery. The boy's mother remembers the burial, which took place in 1961. The men have put in many hours scouring the area, but so far have not been able to locate the unmarked plot.

“The mother remembers the funeral, and that her son, who was just three months and 19 days old, was buried near the back, real close to the church,” Steel said. “We know he is here, but are just not sure where.”

The witching rods were made by Lacktorin using pure copper. The design is very simple: the L-shaped rod is grasped very lightly by the bent portion, held out straight from the body, as the user walks through the area they are searching

While some people do not have the light touch needed to make the rods work correctly, both Lacktorin and Steel, after much practice, are quite expert.

http://oakdale.patch.com/articles/ancien...s-cemetery

With so many unmarked graves, including unknown veterans where only a small wooden cross was placed and which then disintegrated, existing within cemeteries it seems to me that there must be alot of ancient unmarked graves of aboriginals (nomadic) and settlers alike in the throughout the lands of U.S. and Canada.
03-02-2013, 07:05 PM #27
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(03-02-2013, 03:32 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Dowsing, using copper rods, can be used to find unmarked graves.

Quote:The “witching for bodies” technique has proven successful as Steel continues his extensive documentation. One story in particular stood out in his mind:

“There was a woman in Kansas who said six people were buried in a plot, and we only knew of one," he said. "So went out with the witching rod, and we did find six people."

Lacktorin and Steel's latest effort is an attempt to locate the grave of baby boy in the old part of the cemetery. The boy's mother remembers the burial, which took place in 1961. The men have put in many hours scouring the area, but so far have not been able to locate the unmarked plot.

“The mother remembers the funeral, and that her son, who was just three months and 19 days old, was buried near the back, real close to the church,” Steel said. “We know he is here, but are just not sure where.”

The witching rods were made by Lacktorin using pure copper. The design is very simple: the L-shaped rod is grasped very lightly by the bent portion, held out straight from the body, as the user walks through the area they are searching

While some people do not have the light touch needed to make the rods work correctly, both Lacktorin and Steel, after much practice, are quite expert.

http://oakdale.patch.com/articles/ancien...s-cemetery

With so many unmarked graves, including unknown veterans where only a small wooden cross was placed and which then disintegrated, existing within cemeteries it seems to me that there must be alot of ancient unmarked graves of aboriginals (nomadic) and settlers alike in the throughout the lands of U.S. and Canada.

Many millions of native americans lived and died within where is now called the united states and they existed all over here for many thousands of years and so many generations must be buried all over the continent and i'd be willing to bet that around 30% to 50% of every house and shopping mall and apartment complex and factory and parking lot in america was built upon indian burial grounds...

Its nice to know that somewhere in the distant future my grave will be trampled and built upon by some greed driven invader...



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