Ellie Crystal's Metaphysical and Science Website, submitted by Dank Nuggz. We've probably covered this site before in our ancient past, but it is a delightful clearinghouse of semi-sane and totally insane theories on just about everything. Let's have a look:
In the summer of 1995 I met a wonderful woman who has come to be a great friend. Her name is Jane Doherty. Jane has a crystal skull she calls Maya, which she purchased in Mexico several years ago. Jane and I ran two research workshops in the fall of 1995. One was at my home. Twelve psychics who live in different states worked with Maya. The second workshop was in Manhattan at a Metaphysical Learning Center. Jane uses Maya to do psychic work and healings.
Oh really? Maybe Maya the Skull should look into the arcane powers of psychological therapy.
According to the primal occult and frequently secret and subversive view, the manifest universe emerges from an Ultimate NOT-Thing, a Consciousness or Beingness beyond words or expressions sometimes referred to as the Unmanifest or The Limitless Light. This Unmanifest cannot be understood in the external sense, but can be Known in the Gnostic sense by the initiate or perfected sentient being, the Ubermensch. It can be plugged into.
Many women have memories of aliens at their window in the night - who take them through walls - to their space ship. Some of them could describe the ships and symbols they saw.
Many women are also addicted to crack cocaine. Coincidence? You decide!
Can't tell a drinking fountain from a urinal? We've got you covered. Brush up on your drinking fountain enthusiast -- or sipper -- vocabulary and learn to talk and swap sips with the best of them.
2 PM: Steven J. accidentally drops his vintage Trapper Keeper, revealing erotic drawings of the ‘bunny girls’ emoji. The room draws silent. Slowly, member after member opens his/her notebooks and tablets, revealing dozens of pages of bunny girl emoji fanart. The room votes 12-0 never to speak of this again.
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