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Pedo

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Feb 28, 2013
 
I woke up this morning and had plenty of fore skin on my chile. Nice. I thought I was jewish but nah brah....
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Feb 28, 2013
 
susanblange wrote:
God said, the idols will he utterly abolish. The Holy One cannot come until the land of Israel (Judah) is purged of Christians and other idolaters. The land will utterly "vomit" them out and they will go into a short captivity at the hands of the king of the north and the king of the south. Idolatry will not be tolerated in Israel-the USA included, there's a reason it's called the "holy land"
rabbee: you cannot call, the present unholy land holy. nor does it matter, what religion you are. if your religion is not holy, then you are not. if you were to kick all unholy alleged as people, out of ysrael today. there would be, no one there. don't care if you claim to be jewish, christian, muslem or other pagan. i only care if you, really are true to G-D here in ThisStory of Physical Creation again. truth is an extreemly rare commodity, in this whole lashon hara world of today again in TheTorah.
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Feb 28, 2013
 
Perfection which is the ultimate state of the unified field of consciousness-energy lies involved in the manifestation - which is in the core of nature and being - and unfolds in a series of gradations one more harmonious than the previous one until at last the ultimate perfection manifests provided the evolutionary crises brought about by ecological degradation, eugenic distortions, personality defects and bad karma are avoided.

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Feb 28, 2013
 
JOEL wrote:
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Hi Papa,
Just come in from the new Altamount Road apartment where I'll be shifting to next week provided the interiors and fittings are ready.
The herbal serum for scalp-hair is a novel formulation made especially for me by a highly experienced vaidya-raj (ayurvedic physician) who charges a good fee for body care products aimed at the personality type of an individual. He called me for 3 sittings in his clinic that's housed in an old brick and wood structure with private chamber for consultancy lined with ancient Sanskrit books on ayurveda, a workroom for preparing the formulations and a store house filled with sacks and jars of exotic herbs. He put me through a rigorous test in several departments and then prepared a few concoctions for me. The one that finally had a fanatastic effect on my hair was then given to me after a one week trial. It contains around 12 herbs some of which, in Sanskrit, are - neem, pippali, mulethi, kasumbhi tel, pudina, kachnar, kapur, Himalayan spring water, etc. Naturally, I have thick brown hair that is a bit wavy and silky to touch that I slightly part with a comb on the right. The thick brown hair complements my pinkish-goldenish complexion. The serum has resulted in giving more strength, smoothness and lustre to my hair and has improved blood circulation in the scalp and leaves a lingering and a soothing fragrance. I feel relaxed and love the feel of my hair.
Himalayan spring water is not a vegetable. Considering the bathroom habits of the 1000s of people a week that climb those mountains, I wouldnt exactly call that water therapeutic either. Unless you were a E. coli.

I am suprised you go to an herbalist after promoting the Forest Products line.

Neem isnt very exotic, we use it here for bug spray.
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Feb 28, 2013
 
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Himalayan water is not a vegetable. Considering the bathroom habits of the 1000s of people a week that climb those mountains, I wouldnt exactly call that water therapeutic either. Unless you were a E. coli.

I am suprised you go to an herbalist after promoting the Forest Products line.

Neem isnt very exotic, we use it here for bug spray.
Well, the vaid acharya (ayurvedic physician) is an expert and has a line of well-heeled clients who swear by his treatments though he charges exorbitantly and gives individual attention to each case as each person has his/her own unique personality type. He follows certain high standards of purity as demanded by the science of ayurveda. The product is a serum and so I guess it needs dilution in water. It works amazingly well on my scalp and hair.

Forest Esentials also follows ayurveda and has sourced all its herbal recipes from the ancient Sanskrit books found in old temple vaults and in the possession of priests. Forest Essentials is not tailor-made for individual body-types but nevertheless is simply superb in a general sort of way. Please order some of their great body-care products. The Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, Taj Vivanta, Oberoi, Renaisance and other luxe hotels here employ the Forest Essentials brand in their wash rooms and wellness/beauty salons. I've bathed in neem water on a few occasions and drunk neem extracts at times. Ayurveda follows its own logic and makes use of even stringent or toxic substances that're rendered harmless after subjecting them to certain procedures.
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Feb 28, 2013
 
ABSOLUTE CONSCIOUSNESS:

Absolute Consciousness is the highest unified state of awareness that's beyond all mental and supramental conceptions of what constitutes awareness and it is beyond name and namelessness, form and formlessness, personality and impersonality, attribution and non-attribution, existence and non-existence and being and non-being. It is pure consciousness turned on itself and devoid not only of all the dualities mentioned above but it is also unhampered by the dynamic aspect of the reality which is energy which in the absolute state enters the unmanifest state.

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Feb 28, 2013
 
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Well, the vaid acharya (ayurvedic physician) is an expert and has a line of well-heeled clients who swear by his treatments though he charges exorbitantly and gives individual attention to each case as each person has his/her own unique personality type. He follows certain high standards of purity as demanded by the science of ayurveda. The product is a serum and so I guess it needs dilution in water. It works amazingly well on my scalp and hair.
Forest Esentials also follows ayurveda and has sourced all its herbal recipes from the ancient Sanskrit books found in old temple vaults and in the possession of priests. Forest Essentials is not tailor-made for individual body-types but nevertheless is simply superb in a general sort of way. Please order some of their great body-care products. The Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, Taj Vivanta, Oberoi, Renaisance and other luxe hotels here employ the Forest Essentials brand in their wash rooms and wellness/beauty salons. I've bathed in neem water on a few occasions and drunk neem extracts at times. Ayurveda follows its own logic and makes use of even stringent or toxic substances that're rendered harmless after subjecting them to certain procedures.
Well, I looked at their website. Their homepage video is beyond tacky.

All the prices are in rupees, which means they are not marketing to out of India. The average price for hair lotion is 780 rupees, about 15 dollars. I dont know if that is expensive or cheap since they dont tell you the volumes.

Seems like a good idea if you are India. And if you can support an up and coming Indian actress who doesnt mind lowering her sense of dignity to be noticed, all the better. But I can source local herbs here, and forgo the carbon footprint of shipping.
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Feb 28, 2013
 
JOEL wrote:
ABSOLUTE CONSCIOUSNESS:
Absolute Consciousness is the highest unified state of awareness that's beyond all mental and supramental conceptions of what constitutes awareness and it is beyond name and namelessness, form and formlessness, personality and impersonality, attribution and non-attribution, existence and non-existence and being and non-being. It is pure consciousness turned on itself and devoid not only of all the dualities mentioned above but it is also unhampered by the dynamic aspect of the reality which is energy which in the absolute state enters the unmanifest state.
Once you used the word reality, your Absolute Consciousness theory was uncovered. Try again.(Pac Man sound when it gets caught by blinky)
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Feb 28, 2013
 
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Well, I looked at their website. Their homepage video is beyond tacky.

All the prices are in rupees, which means they are not marketing to out of India. The average price for hair lotion is 780 rupees, about 15 dollars. I dont know if that is expensive or cheap since they dont tell you the volumes.

Seems like a good idea if you are India. And if you can support an up and coming Indian actress who doesnt mind lowering her sense of dignity to be noticed, all the better. But I can source local herbs here, and forgo the carbon footprint of shipping.
Tackiness is a major problem with most Indians.

Oh that website of Forest Essentials is obsolete.

The new range is even better and the prices are much more than what you've mentioned.

If you hear of Forest Essentials in NYC or elsewhere go ahead and but, you won;t regret it, or let me inquire about their courier services to the US and then you PLEASE PLACE AN ORDER.

Or, if you give me a mailing address (any mailing address, not necessarily your own), I'll make the purchases and mail them to you.

The Forest Essentials natural range of bodycare products are SIMPLY GREAT and are the best that I've used anywhere in the world and far superior to all the well-known international brands.
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Feb 28, 2013
 
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If you hear of Forest Essentials in NYC or elsewhere go ahead and BUY, you won't regret it...

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If you hear of Forest Essentials in NYC or elsewhere go ahead and BUY, you won't regret it...
I found a website that sells international - basically the hair care products are $27 per 200 ML - in comparison a 400 ml bottle of Aussie (standard industrialized herbal hair care) is about $5 here (compared to $54 for Forest Essentials).

So Forest Products is about 12x the price. Expensive, but not the most expensive I have seen around here. Probably a similar real herbal shampoo would be $15 for 400 ml - about 1/4th the price of Forest Essentials.

Sorry that you have to live with tacky videos though.
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Feb 28, 2013
 
Frijoles wrote:
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I found a website that sells international - basically the hair care products are $27 per 200 ML - in comparison a 400 ml bottle of Aussie (standard industrialized herbal hair care) is about $5 here (compared to $54 for Forest Essentials).

So Forest Products is about 12x the price. Expensive, but not the most expensive I have seen around here. Probably a similar real herbal shampoo would be $15 for 400 ml - about 1/4th the price of Forest Essentials.

Sorry that you have to live with tacky videos though.
I don't view their vids or concern myself with their price range.

I simply visit their chic salon at Breach Candy twice a month and pick up a bagful of their superlative products.

They make a great herbal aftershave as well.

Papa, go ahead and use Forest Essentials products. You won't regret it. Their products are the best in the world. Or, let me mail them to you.
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Feb 28, 2013
 
The blend of ingredients and the preparation techniques adopted by ayurvdeda as compared to those of modern herbal companies differ greatly. Ayurveda is way too superior.

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Feb 28, 2013
 
The force is the Holy Spirit which will become available to all. I had a vision of my own death and I was in the news 29 years ago and I ended the cold war. The movie "desperately seeking Susan" was about me. The pen is mightier than the sword. God is everywhere (Energy) Google on a yahoo page desperately seeking susan b lange and it will be listed!

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Feb 28, 2013
 
JOEL wrote:
The blend of ingredients and the preparation techniques adopted by ayurvdeda as compared to those of modern herbal companies differ greatly. Ayurveda is way too superior.
I dont doubt there are differences in preparation.

But there are also differences due to shelf life, storage, bottling materials and opacity. And equally significantly, there is something to be said about sourcing materials locally. And then there are environmental issues regarding the sustainability of the source, as well as the quality of the source vis-a-vis pollution and contamination of the site. These all serve to muddy the playing field somewhat.

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The force is the Holy Spirit which will become available to all. I had a vision of my own death and I was in the news 29 years ago and I ended the cold war. The movie "desperately seeking Susan" was about me. The pen is mightier than the sword. God is everywhere (Energy) Google on a yahoo page desperately seeking susan b lange and it will be listed!
what dosage are you on?

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Feb 28, 2013
 
For my loins are filled with a loathsome disease and there is no soundness in my flesh. Ps. 38:7. An evil disease, say they, cleaveth fast unto him.... Ps. 41:8 I haven't been hospitalized in 27 years, I get the best care and believe it or not, I'm lucid!

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susanblange wrote:
For my loins are filled with a loathsome disease and there is no soundness in my flesh. Ps. 38:7. An evil disease, say they, cleaveth fast unto him.... Ps. 41:8 I haven't been hospitalized in 27 years, I get the best care and believe it or not, I'm lucid!
I think I will choose the "or not".
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Feb 28, 2013
 
Frijoles wrote:
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I dont doubt there are differences in preparation.

But there are also differences due to shelf life, storage, bottling materials and opacity. And equally significantly, there is something to be said about sourcing materials locally. And then there are environmental issues regarding the sustainability of the source, as well as the quality of the source vis-a-vis pollution and contamination of the site. These all serve to muddy the playing field somewhat.
Ayurveda, the ancient Vedic science of longevity, was a perfect science in those days that was devised by the yogis who'd simply enter trance and discover everything there was to be known about a disease and their knowledge of anatomy, psychology, root causes of diseases and cures far exceeded the superficial knowledge of the same that modern allopathic doctors possess. In that trance state they'd also discover the most efficacious cures and instruct their disciples to prepare the same giving out complete details about the standards of purity, ecological impact, method of storage, dosage and the like. They also knew of certain rare Himalayan herbs like the Sanjeevani that could, by acting on the most materialized aspect of the life-force infused in matter which confers life on the organism, stave off death or ressurect a dead person for a definite amount of time.

According to the old reports, they'd also perfected the art of invasive surgery on brain, heart, stomach and the like and every ayurvedic physician of those days had to essentially possess a certain degree of the psychic vision so as to actually "see" the force fields and organs of the patient in order to give a perfect diagnosis and to know how to scission and stitch at which point.

Much of the perfected knowledge of that ancience has been lost or tampered with and what passes off as ayurveda these days is a pale version or imitation of the original.

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