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Discussion in 'Introductions & Celebrations' started by theparaexperience, Apr 8, 2014.

  1. theparaexperience

    theparaexperience New Member

    Hey guys!

    My name is Kirsty and im looking for like minded people from Leeds to join my new paranormal team. This has the potential to be a great team!

    If your interested in joining a fast growing team of paranormal lovers please contact me
     
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  3. GrahamB

    GrahamB Member

    In all honesty, I'm just an average, red-blooded male like most of us (unless you happen to be female), and I've had my 'performance' between the sheets described as many things, but never has it been regarded as 'paranormal', although I quite like to think it'd had often been 'out of this world'!...:icon_wink:
     
  4. Leodis Loiner

    Leodis Loiner Member

    Hi Kirsty,

    Welcome to the forum!

    :)
     
  5. Croggy

    Croggy Cereal Forumer Staff Member

    Hello Kirsty, welcome to the forum.
     
  6. Stardust

    Stardust Registered User

    Hey Kirsty! I'm very much in to anything paranormal and have chatted about it a few times on here. Feel free to send me links to any website / FB page you have and I will check it out :)
     
  7. aej1

    aej1 Active Member

    Ohh good idea and like it. Let me know how to get in touch.
    Ann
     
  8. willynillysilly

    willynillysilly New Member

    How about the pyramids in Giza - who do you think built them? This is even more mind-blowing than actual paranormal stuff. Since we couldn't build anything as big now, with all the technology and machines at our disposal, how would anyone do it 'apparently' 2500 BC?
     
  9. aej1

    aej1 Active Member

    This is stupid Your name says all
     
  10. willynillysilly

    willynillysilly New Member

    what is clever then?
     
  11. aej1

    aej1 Active Member

    A proper reply
     
  12. willynillysilly

    willynillysilly New Member

    this may be completely off the topic, but i think there is a book you should include on your reading list - "Outliers" by Malcolm Gladwell.
     
  13. aej1

    aej1 Active Member

    I do not think so. Do not have to read about the paranormal. And what makes you an expert?????
     
  14. aej1

    aej1 Active Member

    Yes I am psychic I know when being b''''''ed But I sense you are what sh'tter
     
  15. willynillysilly

    willynillysilly New Member

    it's nothing to do with paranormal - that's why i said it might be off the topic.
     
  16. Stardust

    Stardust Registered User

    Sorry I don't quite follow that reply.
     
  17. MrTempleDene

    MrTempleDene Just Me Staff Member

    posting while drunk is never a good idea
     
  18. Stardust

    Stardust Registered User

    I actually think this is a really good discussion (although like you say, maybe not on topic for this thread).

    To build something like the pyramids without the kind of technology that we have available today is quite mindblowing to me.
     
  19. willynillysilly

    willynillysilly New Member

    Exactly! We're fed all that stuff about the pyramids in Giza being 'tombs of 3 mightiest pharaohs' and there are so many discontinuities there! Like, there is no single hieroglyphic inside the Great Pyramid - the name comes from the fact that the only writing found inside it said 'Khufu', but it was proven that it was written around no earlier than 2000 years ago! And there is a theory that pyramids were some sort of power plants - they once were covered with lime blocks that would be some sort of solar pannels! and that's not even the tip of the iceberg. there's still lot we don't know about the pyramids - about 15% of the Great Pyramid volume are empty spaces. What we have discovered is barely above 1%!
     
  20. Stardust

    Stardust Registered User

    Interesting stuff! If I am honest I don't know all that much about it, however my son is currently covering ancient Egypt this term at school so I am sure it's something I will read up on.
     
  21. willynillysilly

    willynillysilly New Member

    When i first read some mind-blowing/disturbing stuff on ancient Egypt, i was 11 - i couldn't fall asleep for 2 nights in a row! Literally, there's more crazy stuff to pyramids, look the phrase 'Gantenbrink's door' up, that one is quite scary if you ask me! Did you know that if you divide the perimeter of the Great Pyramid by its double height, what you'll get will be number pi?
     

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