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Djinn, hat man, tricks of mind?
#31

Yeah that's the book. She's got another one entitled The Djinn Connection. I don't know if I'll buy them after hearing her in an interview. Also, Philip was called out for completely fabricating his special ops and MIT degree.



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#32
(05-16-2014, 09:09 AM)ChaosRose Wrote: Yeah that's the book. She's got another one entitled The Djinn Connection. I don't know if I'll buy them after hearing her in an interview. Also, Philip was called out for completely fabricating his special ops and MIT degree.

For real? Wow. I didn't know that.. I did love hearing Rosemary on C2C, though.. What interveiw with her did you not like?
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#33
(05-17-2014, 01:04 AM)RecycledSoul Wrote:
(05-16-2014, 09:09 AM)ChaosRose Wrote: Yeah that's the book. She's got another one entitled The Djinn Connection. I don't know if I'll buy them after hearing her in an interview. Also, Philip was called out for completely fabricating his special ops and MIT degree.

For real? Wow. I didn't know that.. I did love hearing Rosemary on C2C, though.. What interveiw with her did you not like?

It was an interview about the so-called hidden Djinn agenda. She tries to link all kinds of random phenomena...including alien abduction and Men in Black, and then blames it all on the Djinn. It's basically the same thing I hear from Christians about how everything must be a demon.

Kind of like your hair guy meme. She doesn't know...therefore, DJINN!
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#34
(05-17-2014, 01:09 PM)ChaosRose Wrote:
(05-17-2014, 01:04 AM)RecycledSoul Wrote:
(05-16-2014, 09:09 AM)ChaosRose Wrote: Yeah that's the book. She's got another one entitled The Djinn Connection. I don't know if I'll buy them after hearing her in an interview. Also, Philip was called out for completely fabricating his special ops and MIT degree.

For real? Wow. I didn't know that.. I did love hearing Rosemary on C2C, though.. What interveiw with her did you not like?

It was an interview about the so-called hidden Djinn agenda. She tries to link all kinds of random phenomena...including alien abduction and Men in Black, and then blames it all on the Djinn. It's basically the same thing I hear from Christians about how everything must be a demon.

Oh, I got ya.. Personally, I believe that Djinn could be anything, not really everything.. I still like her point of view about some of these things, though.. I really enjoyed her interveiw on C2C. She talked about things that I would never have thought of before.. I think that her views are still interesting, even if I don't agree with some of it..



The Djinn are shapeshifters after all.. From what I've read anyway...
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#35
I really don't get the need to put a label on these energies for me they are negative,positive and the shades in-between. I do understand thought forms and they are easy to deal with, the rest it's a case of "feeling" their energy and acting accordingly.
Just my opinions...Smile
You walk in the long grass and wonder why you can not see!!
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#36
(05-17-2014, 02:59 PM)pix Wrote: I really don't get the need to put a label on these energies for me they are negative,positive and the shades in-between. I do understand thought forms and they are easy to deal with, the rest it's a case of "feeling" their energy and acting accordingly.
Just my opinions...Smile

I understand what you are saying. Smile
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#37
I'm far more interested in Patrick Harpur's Daimonic Reality. At least it looks like it won't insult my intelligence. It seems to be a bit more intellectual.
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#38
(05-17-2014, 06:21 PM)ChaosRose Wrote: I'm far more interested in Patrick Harpur's Daimonic Reality. At least it looks like it won't insult my intelligence. It seems to be a bit more intellectual.

I have never heard of him before.. I will have to look him up... Smile I still have a TON of books to read.. Almost all of my books have to do with the paranormal or the occult in one way or another.. I have a lot of Raymond Buckland's books as well.. He is one of my all time favorite authors, I don't care what anybody else says. lol. For real.
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#39
(05-19-2014, 05:40 AM)RecycledSoul Wrote:
(05-17-2014, 06:21 PM)ChaosRose Wrote: I'm far more interested in Patrick Harpur's Daimonic Reality. At least it looks like it won't insult my intelligence. It seems to be a bit more intellectual.

I have never heard of him before.. I will have to look him up... Smile I still have a TON of books to read.. Almost all of my books have to do with the paranormal or the occult in one way or another.. I have a lot of Raymond Buckland's books as well.. He is one of my all time favorite authors, I don't care what anybody else says. lol. For real.

I bought Daimonic Reality online and have been absent here because I was so absorbed in it. Definitely recommend it. I could practically not function daily, wanting to read until it was finished.
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(05-19-2014, 10:51 PM)ChaosRose Wrote:
(05-19-2014, 05:40 AM)RecycledSoul Wrote:
(05-17-2014, 06:21 PM)ChaosRose Wrote: I'm far more interested in Patrick Harpur's Daimonic Reality. At least it looks like it won't insult my intelligence. It seems to be a bit more intellectual.

I have never heard of him before.. I will have to look him up... Smile I still have a TON of books to read.. Almost all of my books have to do with the paranormal or the occult in one way or another.. I have a lot of Raymond Buckland's books as well.. He is one of my all time favorite authors, I don't care what anybody else says. lol. For real.

I bought Daimonic Reality online and have been absent here because I was so absorbed in it. Definitely recommend it. I could practically not function daily, wanting to read until it was finished.

I looked him up.. That book sounds really interesting.. I am going to have to add that to my wish list...
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