One day, Chang-sha Ching-tsen (d. 868), one of the well-known Chinese Ch'an masters, wandered in the mountain. When he was back just at the gate of the temple, the head monk asked him:
-Where have you been, Sir?
TOPIC: IRELAND IS DEFINITELY THE PLACE OF THE SIDHEBREWS
Posted on Oct.02.2012 @ 12:51PM EDTbygenericzen
talamh eirigh famhair dath na damhair; a gu tur mothachail draoidh balgan-buachair mathair dan briathar
earth rising giant color of octobor; a totally aware magic mushroom momma poem saying
ireland is definitely the place of the sidhebrews the easiest place to learn about the unknown magical history of this world and its inhabitants thats probably why theres so many rainbows there not focused on in the torah, but no, it was definitely there we only get the most patriarchal stuff, but there was a lot more going on, whereas ireland ! it wouldn't suprise me if schizophrenia is just one of 'they're' attempts at controlling the flow of this information outward to the general public, why its like that,i have no idea within it is probably information that would destroy the status quo but most people figure at last a part of it out intuitively, who knows how much there is if you know all of it as
it really was, but maybe it has to be like that so we can create it
ourselves, theres no hebrews without sidhebrews, theres no history
without self creation...