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Serenidade "Sábia
05-01-2003, 10:31 AM
michael: so why is it not 50-60% harvest rate?
or are there alot of selfish people out there??


kyaybc: i do remember ra talking about (given that
was the 80's remember) that we were at a very low
percentage rate..but still high compared to the last
two cycles of almost nothing and compared to the fact
that we were an experiment throwing all these
different 3d's together on one place...and qu'o does
comment on how far we have come still.

but to clarify on why only 5% why they might have used
that number (taking into account that they are not
good with numbers and linear time they have admitted)

that maybe we have misconceptions about "most" people
being 50/50 right now. because ra and qu'o state that
it is just as hard to reach sts harvest at 95% sts as
it is for an entity to reach sto harvest at 51% sto.

think about how hard it would be to be that
sts...given most people here are of an sto mindset
primarily, but think about those that have "made" the
sts harvest already, hitler, gengis kahn (sp?) etc...
those are some pretty dedicated dudes don't ya think?

so perhaps (even with most entities here having
senoirity and all that have incarnated at this time
have the potential to make harvest) perhaps the
numbers are lower than we think...

because if it is equally hard to get sts harvest as
sto and we think about how much sts and how hard one
must strive and be disciplined to reach that 95%
sts...then it would be equally discipline-needed to be
51% sto.

just a thought.

peace and blessings,

kyaybc

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Tony E. P.
05-01-2003, 11:17 AM
first we learn in school that america is a melting pot. now we learn
on this site that the earth is a melting pot. the picture got a whole
lot bigger, with native americans still being native either way, even
though genetic mixing has taken place.

> two cycles of almost nothing and compared to the fact
> that we were an experiment throwing all these
> different 3d's together on one place...and qu'o does
> comment on how far we have come still.