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RHYEE
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Den Mu
2005-03-19 21:42:52 UTC
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BOB,


Where did you get the name RHYEE from?
Linguistically what is related to it?

Where did that name come from?


Don't you dare tell me those Cosmic Awareness people...
What the fuck do they know anyway?
The Rev. Dr. Lt. Chaos Israel
2005-03-20 01:03:19 UTC
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Sing, man.
purple
2005-03-20 02:03:53 UTC
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On 3/19/05 8:03 PM, in article
Post by The Rev. Dr. Lt. Chaos Israel
Sing, man.
I just finished.


The Great Bob Dobbs
purple
2005-03-20 01:57:00 UTC
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On 3/19/05 4:42 PM, in article
Post by Den Mu
BOB,
Where did you get the name RHYEE from?
It's a concept channeled by Ralph Duby, first medium for Cosmic Awareness
(Nov.'62 - Jan.'67).
Post by Den Mu
Linguistically what is related to it?
The Egyptian word "Ra" (the ancient Egyptian sun god, the supreme deity
represented as a man with the head of a hawk crowned with a solar disk and
uraeus) is derivative of "Rhyee".
Post by Den Mu
Where did that name come from?
We don't know but Cosmic Awareness means it to refer to the generation of
awe and principalities.
Post by Den Mu
Don't you dare tell me those Cosmic Awareness people...
Sorry, that's where it came from, nowhere else. Now Nenslo's wife, Donna
Kossy, in her book, KOOKS (1994), has a section on Cosmic Awareness (p.197),
but she unfortunately concentrates on the messages and style of the third
medium for Cosmic Awareness (Paul Shockley, Aug.'74 - Aug.'95).

I offered to introduce her to David Worcester (b.1928), the second channel
(June'67 - Aug.'74) , but she said she's too busy with her present book
business and isn't really interested in the details of projects from over a
decade ago. Too bad - big missed opportunity to significantly improve
nenslo's mental health.
Post by Den Mu
What the fuck do they know anyway?
Well, David Worcester knows "a lot" - he's the key to the period 1957-1990.
Email me privately and I'll give you his phone #. I think it's time for you
two to talk.


The Great Bob Dobbs
nikolai kingsley
2005-03-20 06:06:07 UTC
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Post by Den Mu
Where did you get the name RHYEE from?
Linguistically what is related to it?
it's related to that grey-brown variety of bread that, when consumed,
makes you fart a lot. if you're really lucky, it'll have ergotine fungus
growing on it and you'll hallucinate while the circulation in your
extremities ceases.
angelicusrex
2005-03-20 08:06:23 UTC
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I think he meant R'yleh, Where dead Cthulhu Sleeps.

A.R.
Post by Den Mu
BOB,
Where did you get the name RHYEE from?
Linguistically what is related to it?
Where did that name come from?
Don't you dare tell me those Cosmic Awareness people...
What the fuck do they know anyway?
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