May 072014

Question by Peqo: first time mystic tanning?
do you need to purchase tanning lotion to get a mystic tan (to help you when you’re mystic tanning)?
do you have to pay for the lotion they give you to put on your fingernails and hands and feet?
do you put this lotion all over your body or just your hands and feet?
it’s my first time mystic tanning…please give me some pointers. how long does it last etc…I have medium skin there a specific color I have to ask for…are there levels of darkness?
do you stand there with a bikini or naked or what?
thank you!

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Answer by thewordsicantsay
No you just pay for the stuff that is making you tan, usually like .
No you don’t pay for the lotion you put on your hands and feet and you do not put it all over your body.
It lasts about a week, depending how much you shower.
There are usually 3 different levels you can get, I would ask the employee which one would suit you best.
You stand their naked, its not like anyone sees. If you wore a bathing suit it would get covered in tan lol.

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May 072014

Question by Peqo: first time mystic tanning?
do you need to purchase tanning lotion to get a mystic tan (to help you when you’re mystic tanning)?
do you have to pay for the lotion they give you to put on your fingernails and hands and feet?
do you put this lotion all over your body or just your hands and feet?
it’s my first time mystic tanning…please give me some pointers. how long does it last etc…I have medium skin there a specific color I have to ask for…are there levels of darkness?

thank you!

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Answer by Taryn
there are 3 levels. usually they will pick for you (they know lol) or they might ask you. And if they do, ask them what they think. (I did and it turned out ok) You don’t need any tanning lotion or anything and you don’t pay for the lotion they give you.

When I went, what you do is u get in whatever you wanna wear in there, or wear nothing, then put this hair net on and you put lotion on your feet and fingernails and i think fingers. then get in the booth, press a button and stand a certain way and it sprays you. Then it will beep or just stop and u turn around, it sprays you then when it stops… Get out, towel dry it off, but kinda like rub it in also… Its easy. and cheap

But when I went I got level 2 of tanning and holy crap I turned orange! But Then another time I went I did level 1 and I was fine. So just make sure you get the right color. (I’m super white by the way, so i think you’ll be ok)

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Mar 112014

Question by ?: Consciousness, will languages of space and time in the universe?
Those who believe that the universe is consciousness, In a way I do too. In my opinions …
Wholesome we are. We are fractal math, all connected. One, singularity, there is no true separation of time and space, we are divided in illusion, inside of imperfect space time symmetry inside of space time symmetry, mirroring dualistic causes , all things quantifiable, by quantifying means equal as a language. Math as a language, art as a language, music as a language, language as a language.Water covers most life, most of the planet, is most of us, as well as empty space…

You are a illusion of space time, mirroring your physical reality , patternized in math, energy, 3.14 PI PHI , etc etc. Your mind, brain is physically formed within your reality and how your world is formed, how your family is formed, how your experiences are formed. You literally form your brain out of consciousness, or rather the evolution of time and space. As consciousness goes beyond the brain, physical, and exists in foreign languages. You are imagining this is all real within set boundaries, functions, and you imagine that math is the answer, science is the answer as they are coherent, work together as equal and opposites as a language. For the BRAIN, and how it perceives, calculates the universe. But it’s just a language that the brain understands, that literally begins to quantize the brain, FORM IT and FORM the reality around you. Reality is dimensionally relativistically scaled by your brain, as if you were a fractal antenna…

You transmit your space time quantum information processing and it decodes and creates the physical and the world around you as you ACT and OBSERVE it. Information is beamed in and out of the vacuum of space. As a observer. Time is relative to the observer, as well are dimensions. What’s interesting is that Thought, consciousness RESHAPES The brain and literally YOUR PHYSICAL WORLD as patternization, as the illusion of the physical reality..
Imagination is a magical key where all things are known, all things that will ever be known…
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”
Albert Einstein (I know it’s cliche to post Einstein quotes, if I am insulted for it, it won’t have any effect one me, as it doesn’t start or end with Einstein. ” But it’s easy to summarize things with Einstein’s touch of genius, simplicity.

Because reality is a optical illusion of time and space of a sort, and we are living in the Twilight Zone, but you can tap into subconsciousness centers of the mind, frequencies of time and space, beneath this physical illusion and enter into
THE TWILIGHT ZONE through time and space, imagination. Pushing beyond boundaries and into the outter limits of consciousness . I’m not high, i’m a real life time traveler, seen aliens, teleported a object, telepathy of a sort…

“A human being is part of a whole, called by us the Universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separated from the rest a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest us. ” Einstein…

“People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” – Albert Einstein
“Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” – Albert Einstein

“We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many different languages. The child knows someone must have written those books . It does not know how. It does not understand the languages in which they are written. The child dimly suspects a mysterious order in the arrangement of the books but doesn’t know what it is.That, it seems to me, is the attitude of even the most intelligent human being toward God. We see a universe marvelously arranges and obeying certain laws, but only dimly understand these laws. Our limited minds cannot grasp the mysterious force that moves the constellations.” – Albert Einstein

“Quantum mechanics is very impressive. But an inner voice tells me that it is not yet the real thing. The theory yields a lot, but it hardly brings us any closer to the secret of the Old One. In any case I am convinced that He doesn’t play dice.” – Albert Einstein
No, I’m not high…
I’ve been to the Twilight Zone several times.


Different areas of consciousness are the Twilight Zone.

Drugs, astral travel, meditation. The secret language, that we seem to believe that is behind this or that is in some way a mirrored symmetrical langua
My recent Video for my friends, thanks!
PART one

PART two

This is what I currently believe. And it seems our beliefs, minds actually shape, form the activity and the physical of reality and the brain.
The mirrored space time language of math, sacred geometry is what we think is beyond our physical mind, consciousness. As it’s a language that is imperfectly equal and opposite to the whole. One ness. We find that geometry and math are connected, and that sacred geometry is as a language to try to understand this universal language. But we can not ever fully know the language. It’s mirrored in space time, so it is effective, in such things as inter-dimensional portal-ship.
As astrology is species, is math, is geometry , is time and space, is mirrored in time and space as language. We are the stars and everything within, we are the universe.
Based on how the physical, matter is formed, it creates boundaries within space time illusionary realities. The language we believe as laws, math, science, sacred geometry, all are equal and all are wholesome and we are all these things. And the key to understanding that is Imagination.
We are EQUAL, we ARE these languages, within space time symmetry, they are a reflection of us…imperfect in the symmetry of time.

There for language, and mind, consciousness ACTUALLY forms the physical…
Whatever, best answer…I can’t argue such a short sentence.
Logic is math, math isn’t reality. Logic, haha. Whatever, it’s your brain, mind confine to your space. I can’t convince of you anything. This is philosophy, it’s not my fault if you don’t have a open mind, or appreciate these concepts.
Math is found in reality by the human brain, and is composed of math as symmetry in space time. They are equal, wholesome, logic is in the brain, is a part of the brain, composed of logic, only as awareness, quantization, by means of quantization. They are equal, you are logic, but that does not mean reality is ultimately logic. You are imperfect symmetry inside of space time symmetry. Everything is one ness. Wholesome. You are a illusion inside of what is IMPERFECT.

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Answer by Zoey
have you been taking cocaine? only your logical thinking seems to have taken a vacation

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Jan 272014

Question by siMmY: best time to get the mystic tan?
i have a party to go to on friday night. i wanted to get a mystic tan because it’s a costume party and i don’t tan that easily. if the party’s on friday, when would be the best time to get it done? tomorrow’s wednesday so should i get it then so it has time to settle in and reach it’s “peak” color by friday? if i do it on thursday will it look “fresher” on friday? or does it not matter – will it come out the same no matter when?

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Answer by rachelpachel
do it as soon as you can because if it doesnt turn out as you planned, then you have time to fix it or to get darkened some more. have fun at the party!

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Dec 172013

Question by Rob: Is time travel to the past possible?
Or time travel to the future in chunks of time? I know there is apparently nothing in the laws of physics to prevent the reverse of time, but it is surely absurd to think of visiting ones younger self?

Also if time was flowing backwards now, how would our thought processes differ, we only hold memories and cant see the future. I know the big crunch has been proved unlikely, but I used to wonder that if the universe was retracting and time was reversed would we consciously realise it, as for the quantum split second of consciousness it would be impossible to distinguish in which direction time is flowing?

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Answer by Sagim
It is likely that humans are the species from the future or how else could we be biologically so similar to other creatures and yet so different in our mental capabilities.

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Nov 212013

Question by Mighty Warrior: How to study science in my own time?
I’m much more of a philosophy nut than a science guy, as I understand the former far more easily than the latter, although both interest and intrigue me, and I can have discussions on both.

The problem being that, as much as I’d love to be more educated in science in general (mostly physics and astronomy (which I’m already somewhat familiar with), but also most other fields such as chemistry, biology and anthropology), it’s difficult for me to learn considering it seems a lot more applied and concrete than philosophy, which can largely be done without empirical knowledge or objective facts (and I *certainly* do not want to make that sound like a bad thing). I realize that, especially when it comes to contemporary physics, there is an overlap between these two fields I’m interested in, such as in the cases of thought experiments, and that before Descartes and Galileo, science and philosophy were the same thing (philosophy etymologically meaning “the love of knowledge”, so this is understandable).

I’ve been thinking about reading on classical (Newtonian) mechanics and possibly even on some of Leibniz’s works considering I’m already familiar with his philosophical and theological ideas, but I feel like that would be jumping head-first into something too complicated, so where should I start? Even reading a children’s book could work for me, although I’m a resident in college so ideally, I’d like online sources or books I can get at a college library. I’m in a music program (which I LOVE), if that helps at all.

Thanks in advance.

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Answer by Jason
Khan Academy has some nice free tutorials about basic sciences; particularly biology and physics. It is mostly math-based but it does have some science topics as well. The YouTube channel Minute Physics is nice too; especially for boiling complex topics down to the essentials. Udacity and EdX have a few science classes you can take for free online. For biology, UC Berkeley has the best tutorials on the internet for learning evolutionary theory.

If you enjoy the challenge of reading the classics, I recommend “On the Shoulders of Giants” edited by Stephen Hawking. It is a massive book, but it’s gold for a science geek. It is a compendium of translations of the original “great works” of physics including the original publications by Galileo, Newton, Copernicus, and Einstein. It’s a brick of a book but fascinating to read not just *about* Newton’s laws, but to see the actual, original derivations of the equations, etc. If you enjoy the philosophy of science, you will probably enjoy this book.

Hope that gets you started. :)

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Nov 102013

Question by Daniel: How often do you read books in a time frame of your choosing?
I read around one a week. The topics are always changing. Right now I have five books on neuroscience, two on economics, two on political theory, and one on American history. All from the library.

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Answer by David
I read 2-3 times a day.

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Nov 042013

Question by American citizen and taxpayer: Is it possible that all moments in time exist simultaneously?
I remember reading something about this in a science article, concerning physics.

Can anyone explain this concept? Does it apply only at the smallest subatomic level?

Is the human conception of time somehow at variance with the laws of physics?

Any information would be helpful. thanks.

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Answer by StormXibalba
This sounds interesting but i think my brain exploded too complicated for me

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Jul 112013
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Question by ʟɪʟɪтн: Do you believe that we are living in a time of a great shift in human consciousness?
Regardless if you believe in the 12-21-12 doomsday thing… Would you say that an abundance of unexplained phenomena is happening around the world; human consciousness, extreme weather, etc.?

Your thoughts? What’s your Moon, Mercury, 9th House?

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Answer by J Balls
I have a feeling it has to do with the internet/social media sites. Generational dumbing down and laziness.

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