Look What Fell Out of a Book I was Reading.

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  1. Shadowprophet

    Shadowprophet N=R^.fp.ne.f1.fi.fc.L

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    When I was really ill a few days ago I was reading books, I don't know Why, Like a lot of people, I do most of my reading online, But I felt like reading a book, So, This falls out from between the pages.

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    I don't think it's genuine or period, It's something he bought at a later date, It's old, But it's not 1947 old, You can tell by looking at it.

    I don't know how it got there or why it was there,, But the book was nothing special It was a 1960's popular science magazine, In a stack of them that I got when my grandpa passed away, You know, My Grandpa, So I thought, Was not a believer, My Dad is, But My grandpa always said they were demons, Not aliens. But this isn't my Dads stuff, This was my Grandpas, If anything, The love for science goes way back...

    Still, I'm going to Build a Frame for this and Frame it, This is too awesome not to frame.
     
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  2. The shadow

    The shadow The shadow knows!

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    that may be worth cash. make sure its preserved well.
     
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  3. Shadowprophet

    Shadowprophet N=R^.fp.ne.f1.fi.fc.L

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    I never thought I would ever see something like it in person, Yeah, I'm gonna build a frame for it and Just as an extra precaution, I think It will be made of that plastic type glass so it can't ever break :)
     
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  4. SOUL-DRIFTER

    SOUL-DRIFTER Administrator

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    Congratulations.
    What a nice unexpected find.
    Yes, definitely frame it and hang it on the wall somewhere.
     
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  5. pigfarmer

    pigfarmer tall, thin, irritable

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    So what's it say? What's in the secret sauce?
     
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  6. Kchoo

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    God you are funny. Thanks for the laffs.
     
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  7. Toroid

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    Did your Grandpa have any experiences that would make him label them as demons. There could be some truth to that if they're soulless beings.
     
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  9. Shadowprophet

    Shadowprophet N=R^.fp.ne.f1.fi.fc.L

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    He always had this story about when he was a kid these furry demons that looked like tiny bigfoot's dragged him through the woods, He passed away still proclaiming they were demons, I can't remember my Great grandfather But My Dad and uncles tell me He thought it was just some wild bores or something that drug him around. But My grandfather insisted it wasn't a normal animal and that they were demons, My father has had experiences. I think I've told the story.

    For that matter, I've had experiences. But, I've never been able to prove to myself that mine wasn't just nightmares. My thing is, There is this Chance Mine where nightmares. I'm trying to be as practical and pragmatic about my experiences as possible. Logically, I have to take into account that I've always believed and I've always wondered about Aliens, Mine could have legitimately been dreams. I'm willing to accept that :)
     
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  10. Kchoo

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    If Some things were real...
    I think you know when.

    As to demons. Yes, that would be an easy label to apply.
     
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  11. Ron67

    Ron67 Ignorance isn’t bliss!

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    Genuine question.The only adults I know who believe in demons come from the USA or Africa.My European friends Chinese,Canadian,Australian New Zealand etc friends even religious ones see them as something to scare kids.Why do you think this is?
     
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  12. Shadowprophet

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    For me, that's a lexical issue, Think about it, Every Region every culture has supernatural beasts of legend, You know, Kind of like asking why they don't call them French fries in actual France, Why some people Call Ghosts, Spirits while others call them apparitions or phantoms or spectators. In Ireland They have the Dulahan, The same exact entity is called the headless horseman in other cultures. So the answer is, To call them something different is to simply acknowledge one region over another, He would Call them Demons Because Locally In the U.S We don't call Things Ahools or Dulahan.

    Let's say you are over in The United Kingdom And you want a classical American Breakfast,

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    We call this Gravy and Biscuit, But In London, When you order Gravy and biscuit, You will get a funny look and they will serve you cookies and pudding. Because a Biscuit there is literally a Cookie in the U.S

    understanding the whole of the issue isn't just accepting that a small percentage of people believe in a certain thing while others don't. They just have different names for it, In London, if you want gravy and biscuits like they are made in America, You have to order Scones with sides. We are all so alike, We don't even understand how alike we are because we spend so much time debating differences ;)
     
  13. Shadowprophet

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    Critical Note, In certain parts of England They speak Cockney English,. So To get that same dish in those places you will want to order a Dog and some Bones. "No, Not Kidding" Cockney English is cool it's worth learning, They learned to speak in Code there to avoid authorities, You take the subject word, Replace it with a word that rhymes with it and confirm that is it cockney code by asserting an associated word to the rhyming word.

    Let's say in Cockney you want to know where the doctor's office is, and it's up the stairs, Then The rhyming word is pairs. Someone will say, it's just up the Apples and Pairs mate. Cockney. It's fascinating honestly. I didn't have to learn it, But it was so charming I tried too lol It's a great place over there.

    A bag of weed and some papers in Cockney is a cot and some blankets. ;) You are welcome :p
     
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  14. Toroid

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    If Gray aliens can use screen images of angels then they or other races can use demon screen images.
     
  15. humanoidlord

    humanoidlord ce3 researcher

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    so your grandfather got abducted by hairy dwarves?
    not the first that had that happen to him...
     
  16. Darling

    Darling Adept

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    Make sure it's UV protected from the sun!

    Also, New Zealand isn't a Christian nation, like the US is. People here don't really believe in demons (I do, as I believe in ghosts, but not like how the movies show us), because they don't believe in something like the bible that tells them that demons are real.
     

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