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Old December 14th 05, 08:59 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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"Silouen" wrote in message
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You Can help me.
Knowing this, you must know How you can help me.
So by all means, help me.

Silouen

Give away something you value above all else.An object, not a living
creature.


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Old December 14th 05, 10:08 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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"Charles D. Bohne" wrote in message
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On Wed, 14 Dec 2005 14:59:59 -0500, "Daniel Jackson"
wrote:


"Silouen" wrote in message
...

You Can help me.
Knowing this, you must know How you can help me.
So by all means, help me.

Silouen

Give away something you value above all else.An object, not a living
creature.


Well, yes! That's a good idea and a nice start.
In order to be able to get it back later, you can sent it to my
address ;-O

C.


Heh.Actually the point, which I suspect you already fathom, is for change to
come by letting go of things you thought were symbols of something valuable
that you are lucky to have, instead of the reality, things that made you
stagnate and build psychological mazes to keep those things in their
"perspective"-something to hold tightly in hand.Open hand, release
burden.Hey, I'm actually a solid state physics guy, but have been known to
dabble and mystify on occasion, even with the "pros' on the magicke groups.


  #123  
Old December 14th 05, 10:11 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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Silouen wrote:
"nightbat" wrote in message
...
nightbat wrote

Silouen wrote:

"Art Deco" wrote in message
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Thirteen kooksigns, well done.

You may resume kookdancing, saucerhead.

Ugh, Kimosabi.
This mean injun must sign treaty?
Then you must sign your honorary injun name:

Dances with Kooks

Silouenjawea


nightbat

Ha, ha, ha, " Dances with Kooks " oh that's a good one Sil!!!
Poor Bart Devo put down by a Star cutie again,
again,
again,
again,
again,
again,
again,
again,
again,
again,
and again,

ponder on,
the nightbat


Did you like my name, oh my dark and precious night?
This was one of the roles I've played while studying your peoples.
And I find it interesting that none of your historians can bring themselves
to believe a tiny indian girl knew how to guide Meriwether Lewis and William
Clark across the great land to the Pacific Ocean.
How could she know so many different languages and speak with every native
on the trail?
Instead, the historians are astounded by the feat and belittle the
contribution.

And now to confess, for I feel I know you like a father.
Will and I made love under the stars beside a babbling brook.
We had an affair that would burn Art Dicko's socks off.



You just had to go and make nightbat jealous!

Otherwise, most of us just thought Lewis and Clark were a number! Ha!
Ha! Ha!


The other one, Lewis, was the studious one, always observing things.
I tried to bed him, too, but he was more interested in studying everything
else.
And Lewis knew about Will and me, so he didn't care much for me -- he was a
real 'prude'.



Remember the game-hunting foray up the Quicksand River?

I have spent much time fishing and smelt dipping on the banks of that
stream! The local chamber of commerce has gotten the name shortened to
the Sandy River, but living up to its original name, it claims one or
more lives almost every year. At some places it appears shallow enough
to walk across, but then once in the middle, suddenly there's no bottom
under your feet and you're sucked under!


It was as much fun as being the queen of Egypt!
(That was Darla, not me -- but it was fun watching her!)

Sil a.k.a. Sacajawea ('bird girl')

PS: My hidatsa captors named me this because I 'flew' at one of them who was
trying to kill my shoshoni brother.
My shoshoni name was Nejahuga ('she came from the water').



I've also climbed the Astoria Column, commemorating the expedition near
where Lewis and Clark encountered the Pacific Ocean. The artwork isn't
that great, but hey, it's the thought that counts.

Double-A

  #124  
Old December 14th 05, 10:57 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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"Daniel Jackson" wrote in message
...

"Charles D. Bohne" wrote in message
...
On Wed, 14 Dec 2005 14:59:59 -0500, "Daniel Jackson"
wrote:


"Silouen" wrote in message
...

You Can help me.
Knowing this, you must know How you can help me.
So by all means, help me.

Silouen

Give away something you value above all else.An object, not a living
creature.


I have no 'objects' per se to give away.
While I have a true love for many living creatures, I do not give them some
arbitrary 'value' with which to compare them to each other.
The only thing I can think of is not an object, but an objective.
For the only thing I have that I value above all else is my capacity, my
ability to explore.
And I can only 'give away' the fearlessness needed for others to enjoy their
own capacities to explore.
In so doing, I am helped.
Thank you.



Well, yes! That's a good idea and a nice start.
In order to be able to get it back later, you can sent it to my
address ;-O

C.


As I have been doing for several days, Charles, if you consider this forum
loosely as one of your 'addresses'.
And there is no need for you to give it back later.
I have all the fearlessness I need, thank you.

Heh.Actually the point, which I suspect you already fathom, is for change

to
come by letting go of things you thought were symbols of something

valuable
that you are lucky to have, instead of the reality, things that made you
stagnate and build psychological mazes to keep those things in their
"perspective"-something to hold tightly in hand.Open hand, release
burden.Hey, I'm actually a solid state physics guy, but have been known to
dabble and mystify on occasion, even with the "pros' on the magicke

groups.



Solid state physics?
Yes, I can see the connection the present state of your science has with
magic.
The question is: Which do you 'value' more?
Perhaps you have something to let go of, also.
Hope this helps you, Daniel, sincerely do.

Silouen


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Old December 14th 05, 10:58 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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Silouen wrote:
"Charles D. Bohne" wrote in message
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On Wed, 14 Dec 2005 10:27:11 GMT, "Silouen"
wrote:

Sacajawea

http://www.rootsweb.com/~nwa/sacajawea.html


Essentially correct, but with some minor error, Charles.

The confusion is partly in the spelling of my name.
There is a word in Shoshoni, 'sacajawea' that means 'he who launches the
boat'.
It just sounds the same.
The modern Hidatsa spelling of the same sounding is Sacagawea.
But it still has the 'zh' sound like a 'j', and as I said, I had a different
name in Shoshoni.

Jean Baptiste was actually my dad, the Proz, in RL.



I thought they said Jean Baptiste was Sacajawea's baby?

Double-A


Contrary to the article, I Did serve as guide and interpreter, though I was
one of three main guides to the expedition.
I was the one with long, dark hair and beads -- the cute little one.

And of Course I complained when they weren't going to let me see the beached
whale, and for obvious reasons!
They usually beach themselves when they've done something they cannot live
with.
Like some human suicide attempts, counseling can help.
In this case it was way too late.
As for the ambergris and stuff, well, sometimes we must accept distasteful
things if we are to learn.
And back then the whales were far less endangered than now.

Both stories of Sacajawea's death have substance.
I was supposed to 'die' early on, but then I decided to explore more of the
NA continent firsthand.

So you see, this is all minor stuff and written history of the exploration
is momentously well-defined.

Sil


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Old December 14th 05, 11:54 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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Daniel Jackson wrote:
"Charles D. Bohne" wrote in message
...
On Wed, 14 Dec 2005 14:59:59 -0500, "Daniel Jackson"
wrote:


"Silouen" wrote in message
...

You Can help me.
Knowing this, you must know How you can help me.
So by all means, help me.

Silouen

Give away something you value above all else.An object, not a living
creature.


Well, yes! That's a good idea and a nice start.
In order to be able to get it back later, you can sent it to my
address ;-O

C.


Heh.Actually the point, which I suspect you already fathom, is for change to
come by letting go of things you thought were symbols of something valuable
that you are lucky to have, instead of the reality, things that made you
stagnate and build psychological mazes to keep those things in their
"perspective"-something to hold tightly in hand.Open hand, release
burden.Hey, I'm actually a solid state physics guy, but have been known to
dabble and mystify on occasion, even with the "pros' on the magicke groups.



Hallowed are the children of the Ori, Daniel Jackson.

Hallowed is The Book of Origin.

Evil hath raised a great many children in a far off place. They must
be shone the path!

All who follow the path will join us in enlightenment. Those who
reject the path to enlightenment must be destroyed!

If your heart is pure, the Ori will protect you. If not, may the fire
burn you down to the ground and lay you in the dust!

It is the will of the Ori that we should spread the path of Origin to
all.

Fear not, the Ori see all!

Hallowed are the Ori!

Now Daniel Jackson, tell us the truth before we have to light a fire
under you.

Is Darla a Ga'ould?

  #127  
Old December 15th 05, 12:41 AM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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"Silouen" wrote in message
...
"Daniel Jackson" wrote in message
...

"Charles D. Bohne" wrote in message
...
On Wed, 14 Dec 2005 14:59:59 -0500, "Daniel Jackson"
wrote:


"Silouen" wrote in message
...

You Can help me.
Knowing this, you must know How you can help me.
So by all means, help me.

Silouen

Give away something you value above all else.An object, not a living
creature.


I have no 'objects' per se to give away.


Ok, not physical ones, as they are merely placeholders for real symbolism
known as language-but yet every bit as real as solid object.It is the act of
"letting go" that was important-the rest, merely stage props.

While I have a true love for many living creatures, I do not give them
some
arbitrary 'value' with which to compare them to each other.
The only thing I can think of is not an object, but an objective.
For the only thing I have that I value above all else is my capacity, my
ability to explore.
And I can only 'give away' the fearlessness needed for others to enjoy
their
own capacities to explore.
In so doing, I am helped.
Thank you.



Well, yes! That's a good idea and a nice start.
In order to be able to get it back later, you can sent it to my
address ;-O

C.


As I have been doing for several days, Charles, if you consider this forum
loosely as one of your 'addresses'.
And there is no need for you to give it back later.
I have all the fearlessness I need, thank you.

Heh.Actually the point, which I suspect you already fathom, is for change

to
come by letting go of things you thought were symbols of something

valuable
that you are lucky to have, instead of the reality, things that made you
stagnate and build psychological mazes to keep those things in their
"perspective"-something to hold tightly in hand.Open hand, release
burden.Hey, I'm actually a solid state physics guy, but have been known
to
dabble and mystify on occasion, even with the "pros' on the magicke

groups.



Solid state physics?
Yes, I can see the connection the present state of your science has with
magic.
The question is: Which do you 'value' more?
Perhaps you have something to let go of, also.
Hope this helps you, Daniel, sincerely do.

Silouen




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Old December 15th 05, 12:47 AM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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"Double-A" wrote in message
oups.com...

Daniel Jackson wrote:
"Charles D. Bohne" wrote in message
...
On Wed, 14 Dec 2005 14:59:59 -0500, "Daniel Jackson"
wrote:


"Silouen" wrote in message
...

You Can help me.
Knowing this, you must know How you can help me.
So by all means, help me.

Silouen

Give away something you value above all else.An object, not a living
creature.


Well, yes! That's a good idea and a nice start.
In order to be able to get it back later, you can sent it to my
address ;-O

C.


Heh.Actually the point, which I suspect you already fathom, is for change
to
come by letting go of things you thought were symbols of something
valuable
that you are lucky to have, instead of the reality, things that made you
stagnate and build psychological mazes to keep those things in their
"perspective"-something to hold tightly in hand.Open hand, release
burden.Hey, I'm actually a solid state physics guy, but have been known
to
dabble and mystify on occasion, even with the "pros' on the magicke
groups.



Hallowed are the children of the Ori, Daniel Jackson.

Hallowed is The Book of Origin.

Evil hath raised a great many children in a far off place. They must
be shone the path!

All who follow the path will join us in enlightenment. Those who
reject the path to enlightenment must be destroyed!

If your heart is pure, the Ori will protect you. If not, may the fire
burn you down to the ground and lay you in the dust!

It is the will of the Ori that we should spread the path of Origin to
all.

Fear not, the Ori see all!

Hallowed are the Ori!

Now Daniel Jackson, tell us the truth before we have to light a fire
under you.

Is Darla a Ga'ould?


I ran into these types on alt.religion.angels 8 years ago.The claims to be
angels, the ingenious way to hit the sweet spot in people who are on usenet,
already reaching out for something.
Oh, you and the fire thing?
My advice is you let this go here and now.


  #129  
Old December 15th 05, 01:04 AM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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Silouen wrote:

We had an affair that would burn Art Dicko's socks off.


Obsession noted, saucerhead sockpuppet.

--
Official Associate AFA-B Vote Rustler
Official Overseer of Kooks and Trolls in alt.astronomy

"The original human being was a female hermaphrodite with
both male and female genitalia."

"Human beings CAN NOT live in a solar system without a sun
with a ferrite core and a planet without a solid iron core."

"...the poles of Earth are tipped further away from the sun
now, because the use of EM weaponry caused the Earth's
mantle to shift."

-- Alexa Cameron, Kook of the Year 2004

"I am a sean being from another planet."
-- Darla aka Dr. Why aka Dr. Yubiwan aka Silouen aka ...
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Old December 15th 05, 01:04 AM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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Silouen wrote:

I have a conversational grasp of every known language in the galaxy.
I can even write fluently in several of them.


Liar.

--
Official Associate AFA-B Vote Rustler
Official Overseer of Kooks and Trolls in alt.astronomy

"The original human being was a female hermaphrodite with
both male and female genitalia."

"Human beings CAN NOT live in a solar system without a sun
with a ferrite core and a planet without a solid iron core."

"...the poles of Earth are tipped further away from the sun
now, because the use of EM weaponry caused the Earth's
mantle to shift."

-- Alexa Cameron, Kook of the Year 2004

"I am a sean being from another planet."
-- Darla aka Dr. Why aka Dr. Yubiwan aka Silouen aka ...
 




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