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The Future Of Islam In Russia by Wael El-Manzalawy - [263 words]
Metrolink608: Number One Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Christmas, New years, laughter, tears, teasing, the engineer steeler, and liv... [6,046 words]
Metrolink608: Cuddled By The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi quiet confidence, energetic moments, teasing, ephiphany, the engineer and... [3,783 words]
She Likes Trains: Station Gold by Shelley J Alongi Glen the Metrolink engineer's first vocal utterance has inspired my new series o... [2,734 words]
Metrolink111: The Best Two Minutes by Shelley J Alongi I've always said that Glen provided the best two minutes of my day. This wee... [3,088 words]
Metrolink111 Love On The Rails by Shelley J Alongi Oh the joy and pain of communicating with a locomotive engineer. MP36 verses FP5... [5,155 words]
Metrolink111: Going Steady by Shelley J Alongi Steady as she goes, a dilemma, cherishing the engineer, it doesn't get any better th... [4,897 words]
Heavy. What. by Angel Of Hope A vignette of my family. [170 words]
Annoyingted One by Angel Of Hope A vignette about my name. [170 words]
Splatterpunk: Welcome To It by Iron Dave An essay on the splatterpunk movement of the 1980s [2,637 words]
Metrolink111:She Likes Trains by Shelley J Alongi Metrolink Glen, my engineer, how did you ever get it so right? How could somethin... [2,190 words]
Metrolink111: Sweet Engine Purring by Shelley J Alongi Locomotives, engineer withdrawals, a stressful day, crying on the engineer's... [3,992 words]
Metrolink111: Alfa Cat Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Another week ends at the fullerton station for Shelley and her engineers. Well,... [3,359 words]
Hamkatramck by Angel Of Hope A vignette about Hamtrack, Michigan. [171 words]
Metrolink111: The Disney Engineer by Shelley J Alongi This doesn't take place at the Fullerton train station, it takes place at Dis... [2,046 words]
Who Americans Are And What They Do by Angel Of Hope - [869 words]
Timeline Of My Life by Angel Of Hope - [569 words]
Now That I'm Older, I'm Still Not Wiser by James Snyder Now that summer is over and the children are back in school I found mys... [883 words]
Metrolink111: Sweet Nothings by Shelley J Alongi This week, at the fullerton train station, Glen, the mysterious Metrolink engineer... [4,452 words]
Metrolink111: Slumming It With The Guys by Shelley J Alongi the engineer factor, can she find the train, plans, a supportive metrol... [3,522 words]
Metrolink111: Shaking Hands With The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi My Glen full of surprises. [2,541 words]
Metrolink111: My Happy Places by Shelley J Alongi An engineer, food, a gentle train journey, and meeting a restaurant owner. It's a... [3,331 words]
Metrolink111: Love Your Best Station Girl by Shelley J Alongi Does he remember my name? Does he know where to find locomotive specs... [6,322 words]
A Pretty Girl by Angel Of Hope - [1,592 words]
Metrolink111: Touching The Locomotive by Shelley J Alongi This week it's all about Glen and doign something that I've been afraid t... [2,520 words]
Metrolink111: Questions People Ask by Shelley J Alongi A stellar day in the nonlogic department at the fullerton train station. [1,645 words]
Metrolink111: Listening To The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi After gushing about glen, it's time for the story I haven't told you ye... [1,540 words]
Metrolink111: Finding The Gold Nuggetts by Shelley J Alongi An accident memorial, a not for an engineer, and everything in between.... [5,339 words]
Metrolink111: Finding The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Comfort, food, waving, and just plain finding the engineer. [2,750 words]
Metrolink111: All The Engineer You Need by Shelley J Alongi A heckler, intrigued engineers, and just how do you pronounce chatswort... [2,122 words]
Those Darndest Packets Of Powder by Angel Of Hope An editorial for class. [872 words]
Real Women Vs. Media's Version Of Women by Dream Rinsed Pretty&Beautiful vs. Hot&Sexy. [156 words]
Metrolink111: The Place Of Escape by Shelley J Alongi Waving at and interacting with engineers, teasing, and escaping with trains. [3,034 words]
Metrolink111: Chatsworth Stories by Shelley J Alongi Today I make thirty seconds of contact with a locomotive engineer who knew Rob... [3,903 words]
Metrolink111: All My Engineers by Shelley J Alongi What a journey I've had over the last year since the chatsworth accident. I keep... [2,519 words]
Metrolink111: A Crush On The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Why don't I just admit that I have a mad crush on someone I never met, an... [2,595 words]
Letters About Islam I by Wael El-Manzalawy - [170 words]
Metrolink111: In Search Of The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Which engineer you ask? By now in my story you have several choices. Pi... [3,492 words]
Metrolink111: Flowers For An Engineer by Shelley J Alongi On this trip to Chatsworth I meet rob's conductor, lay flowers for him, g... [3,305 words]
Metrolink111 Education On The Rails by Shelley J Alongi Saturday September 12, 2009 finds me passing through Chatsworth on my way t... [3,334 words]
A Strange New Car by Orin G Quilar An essay about an embarrassing moment with someone else's car. [347 words]
Metrolink111: Asking The Freight Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Making life happen, conversations, a pleasant August evening at the f... [2,756 words]
In An Airplane Going To San Francisco by Angel Of Hope - [133 words]
The Falseness Of The Evolution Theory by Wael El-Manzalawy - [332 words]
Metrolink111: The Case Of The Dejected Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Questions, Chatsworth connections, eyes, and a milestone. [1,950 words]
Metrolink111: No No Magic Days by Shelley J Alongi Only someone at a train station would call me a gold digger. Heartache, trouble,... [2,182 words]
On And Off The Wall by Piper Davenport - [1,538 words]
My Silent Friend (Shadows) by Veraelaine Louch We are never truly alone. There is always someone with us. [201 words]
Moving Beyond The Pain by Piper Davenport - [2,014 words]
Metrolink111: Shoes, Songs And Tunnels by Shelley J Alongi All I can say is that two trains colliding last September led to all thi... [3,128 words]
Metrolink111: Rob Among The Chips And The Cookies: Almost by Shelley J Alongi Someone told me that I would stir up fireworks in Cha... [1,910 words]
Society, The Family And A Thatcher. by Colin Baker When UK conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher asserted in 1987 that... [5,380 words]
What Do We Want? Concrete Fairness! When Do We Want It? Now! by Colin Baker Live Aid and Live 8 failed because they made metap... [4,232 words]
Screwball Scramble by Colin Baker There is a good reason for the phenomenon of frenzied shopping in the Western world. [2,381 words]
Metrolink111: Late Baby Late by Shelley J Alongi Late trains, freight engineers, and new connections. [2,786 words]
Metrolink111: Assist At Chatsworth by Shelley J Alongi I meet the fans that knew Rob Sanchez and get ideas for the memorial plaque.... [2,561 words]
A Hypothesis On Life by Mike Piotrowski A philosophical approach to a question with an impossible answer. Would like to hear your ... [416 words]
The Islamic Civilization And The Western Civilization by Wael El-Manzalawy - [472 words]
On Turning Sixty by Robert Levin The rewards of turning sixty [544 words]
Metrolink111: Here Comes Your Freight by Shelley J Alongi Of horns, freights and memorial plaques. [2,178 words]
Metrolink111: Finding Rob's Spot by Shelley J Alongi A cheeseburger, freight trains, and the quest to find a spot for a memorial pl... [1,590 words]
Metrolink111: Defending The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Two trips to the Fullerton station, a trip to a railroad model shop, the C... [2,416 words]
Metrolink111: Railroad Family Ties by Shelley J Alongi You would never ever guess what the common factor in my train station journe... [2,056 words]
Metrolink111: Sick For Trains by Shelley J Alongi The chatsworth accident, engineers, friends, a dog that's a train fan, quiet mome... [2,995 words]
Easter Everyday by Bridgett Nesbit A passionate portrait of Mary's love for her son and how the Easter message should be celebrate... [505 words]
Chatsworth Journal: Observations About The Metrolink111 Crash On September 12 2008 by Shelley J Alongi I'm obsessed with the Chatsw... [1,785 words]
Metrolink111: Not Quite Throwing The Switch by Shelley J Alongi Finally, a real live, sort of railroad switch! [2,017 words]
Metrolink111: Blame The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi So people want to drag Rob Sanchez's name through the mud after the Chatsworth... [2,215 words]
What If I Die Today by Raine Lariza It is an essay about how is it like if one person dies today.. Read on :) [507 words]
Metrolink111: Is She A Foamer by Shelley J Alongi Six months and it all comes down to one question. Between grief, solace, creativi... [2,665 words]
The Paradise by Wael El-Manzalawy - [183 words]
Sex In Islam by Wael El-Manzalawy - [244 words]
Metrolink111: The Human Place by Shelley J Alongi Six months after the Chatsworth train wreck it is the human story that draws me t... [1,174 words]
Pagan Cycles Of Modern Religion by Dr Lemuria - [2,935 words]
Our Secret Reality by Dr Lemuria - [196 words]
Metrolink111: The Planter By The Railroad Tracks by Shelley J Alongi Margaret Mitchell had her window seat. I have my planter by th... [2,342 words]
How We Create Reality by Dr Lemuria - [7,362 words]
Dr Lemurias Host by Dr Lemuria - [12,404 words]
Aura's by Dr Lemuria - [301 words]
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All Religions Need To Read This by Dr Lemuria - [3,363 words]
Aliens by Dr Lemuria - [1,087 words]
Alcyone by Dr Lemuria - [382 words]
Alchemy by Dr Lemuria - [272 words]
Akashic Records by Dr Lemuria - [231 words]
Ahkenaton by Dr Lemuria - [701 words]
After-Life by Dr Lemuria - [241 words]
Affirmation by Dr Lemuria - [352 words]
Adamic Men by Dr Lemuria - [235 words]
Abydos by Dr Lemuria - [253 words]
Abductions by Dr Lemuria - [174 words]

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AUTHOR
Dr Lemuria
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[March 2009]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (25)
Abductions (Essays) - [174 words] [Spiritual]
Abydos (Essays) - [253 words] [Spiritual]
Adamic Men (Essays) - [235 words] [Spiritual]
Affirmation (Essays) - [352 words]
After-Life (Essays) - [241 words] [Spiritual]
Ahkenaton (Essays) - [701 words] [Spiritual]
Akashic Records (Essays) - [231 words] [Spiritual]
Alchemy (Essays) - [272 words] [Spiritual]
Alcyone (Essays) - [382 words] [Spiritual]
Aliens (Essays) - [1,087 words]
All Religions Need To Read This (Essays) - [3,363 words] [Spiritual]
Aura's (Essays) - [301 words] [Spiritual]
Celebrity Sedation (Songs) - [227 words] [Self-Help]
Christ Obama (Poetry) - [1,427 words]
Dr Lemurias Host (Essays) - [12,404 words] [Spiritual]
How We Create Reality (Essays) - [7,362 words] [Spiritual]
Introduction To (The Greatest Sin) (Short Stories) Once in a generation a new kind of book spirals into the publishing world and presents something utterly fascinating and unique.Never can this multi-dimensional book be read the same way twice, for th... [1,925 words] [Spiritual]
Making Angels Grey-Haired (Songs) Who or what is Obama? [262 words] [Mystery]
Obamas Trillion Dollar Magic Trick (Songs) - [462 words] [Crime]
Our Secret Reality (Essays) - [196 words] [Spiritual]
Pagan Cycles Of Modern Religion (Essays) - [2,935 words] [Spiritual]
So What You Gonna Do? (Songs) - [331 words] [Spiritual]
The Armageddon Script (Songs) - [272 words] [Spiritual]
Thou Shalt Not Kill (Poetry) - [218 words]
You're An Angel (Songs) - [257 words] [Spiritual]
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Dr Lemuria

Some humans did not evolve from apes but straight from reptiles, although some are a cosmic D.N.A fusion and came from both. There are many babies born with tails every year, but the doctors cut them off. How many wild chimps have you seen with tails? Aren't we supposed to have evolved from them? We do have nearly the same amount of chromosomes and we certainly donít behave too differently from their family units, as they to hunt and kill for sport. And apart from our opposable thumbs and their big red arses, we are pretty alike. Well, sort of. But how many chimps do you see in the wild being born with tails or webbed fingers? Or having a scaly skin complaint? Did we lose our hair also to be more aquatic? Although, I have seen some cave-men in the swimming pool. In case you havenít noticed, these are features which fish and reptiles possess. And do you know? Those chimps cannot regulate their breath to go under water, and that they have to breathe constantly and rhythmically. There are the lizard people who live in India today, who are constantly dry and shed their skin, and in Africa there are the lobster people who have great big pincers for hands and feet, there is even an Arab tribe with 6 fingers and toes. Check that one out. They say that some of the inhabitants of Atlantis were amphibious, and its obvious that the human world is certainly a crazy mutated and diverse place, so donít rule something like this out till you do a bit of digging. Or maybe youíre scared of what you might find? There is a possibility that these mutations could have been caused by the radiation fall out from the Ancient atomic war between the gods. Eh? Wha? Wait! Be patient. All will be explained. Earth is said to be a giant experimental hi-bred zoo. Well, actually, in fact since it is 70% water then it would be more correct to say that it is an aquarium. A wealth of evidence supports the theory of re-expression by genes that have been turned off for millions of years. Most of it occurs in throwbacks; with the rare appearance of ancient organs in species that, as a whole, had lost the anatomical features millions of generations earlier. Humans evolved from many primitive species, up to the Cro-magnon, and Neanderthal states but some humans walking around and ruling the world are cold blooded lizard humanoids. RAAA! Many researchers think this is due to the diverse Annuniki genetic experiments that started big brained creation back in the fabled days of Eden, when many abominable creatures and giants were also created. Humans are believed by many to be a hybrid race containing the genes of the gods. Although, all of this could be an absolute misunderstanding of symbolism just like what religion is. (This Is FromThe Theosophical Glossary).The Greek word amphibios means simply "life on two planesĒ, the word was often applied in antiquity to those men who, though still wearing a human form, had made themselves almost divine through knowledge, and lived as much in the spiritual super sensuous regions as on earth.)Is this what the Dogon tribe of Africa really meant?

 

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