Star Trek: The Original Series

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  1. Toroid

    Toroid Founding Member

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    I watched the second part last night of the only two part episode in the old Star Trek series called "The Menagerie". The planet the story takes place on is called Talos IV and the large headed beings are Talosians. That's uncannily similar to the city under Mt. Shasta called Telos. The occupants are Telosians who were the Lemurians. In David Wilcock's book "The Ascension Mysteries" he wrote the movie Forbidden Planet was disclosure for what they found on the moon. Perhaps the Telosians reseeded the planet after the great flood. Kent Dunn said Terra is derived from the word Terrarium. Maybe Men was derived from Menagerie. In "The Emerald Tablets of Thoth: The Atlantean" there's a spell that anagrams to Lug Animal which is a rough description of what it does (LA-UM-I-L-GAN). The tablets are said to be over 40,000 years old. This would imply the English language is far older. Gene Roddenberry supposedly wrote the episode. It's more likely that some group gave it to him or he had brain implants and believed it was his own idea.
    The Menagerie (Star Trek: The Original Series) - Wikipedia
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    R.I.P. D.C. Fontana, 1939-2019

    StarTrek.com is deeply saddened to report the passing of Dorothy Catherine “D.C.” Fontana, the legendary writer who brought many of Star Trek’s greatest episodes to life. Fontana passed away peacefully at age 80 on the evening of December 2nd, following a short illness.


    As a writer, Fontana is credited with many episodes focusing on Vulcan culture and helped blaze a trail for female writers in sci-fi television. She is the mind behind The Original Series and The Animated Series episodes like “Yesteryear” and “Journey to Babel,” which introduced Spock’s father Sarek and mother Amanda. She co-wrote the Hugo Award nominated The Next Generation
    episode “Encounter at Farpoint” with Gene Rodenberry, and she continued to write for TNG and Deep Space Nine. Her last produced credit was an episode of webseries Star Trek: New Voyages, starring Walter Koenig.








     
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  4. pigfarmer

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    This thread is getting gloomy.

    These are fan films that have been around a while. There are supposed to be two more short fan films in the future.
    Axanar


     
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  5. nivek

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    Agreed, how about a little music to lighten things up...

     
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  6. Toroid

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  7. Toroid

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    I wanted to post this because it adds validity to post #1.

    It's in post #510 & 515 and it's about the movie Vivarium.
    Rate the last movie you've seen

    vivarium
    [ˌvīˈverēəm]
    NOUN
    vivarium (noun) · vivaria (plural noun)
    1. an enclosure, container, or structure adapted or prepared for keeping animals under seminatural conditions for observation or study or as pets; an aquarium or terrarium.
     
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  8. Toroid

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    Here's a list of similar words.
    http://www.english-for-students.com...,are kept • Sty…The place where pigs are kept
     
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