(Howdy! This is a mish mash of this n that. And first I’m ranting about dinosaurs because I brought it up at the LoL and haven’t replied in the comets as I intended. About the dinosaurs, not trying to say it isn’t an interesting topic, in and of itself, just pointing out a possible case of conspired dinosaur programming at a particular age for a specific reason by (I’m not sure who), and just elaborating on why I think somethin’ funny is going on! (UPDATE as I’m writing) Also, the GODzilla. And the train connection. Jesus. This is getting weird. Just read the LoL and I can’t even keep up and I don’t know what to think of… watt is happening.)
Dinosaur. Die, not soar.
Dinosaur Train embraces and celebrates the fascination that preschoolers have with both dinosaurs and trains, while encouraging basic scientific thinking skills as the audience learns about life science, natural history and paleontology.
I am not a professional child psychologist, but I am a mom, and I would say that there is no built-in fascination with dinosaurs. Kids copy what they see and are sponges. Remember the wonderful ‘pretend play’ age? I “bought” so many train tickets and had them stamped by an adorable “engineer” wearing his train engineer outfit, that I must’ve seen the world thousands of times by train! ☺️ I miss those days.
Three and four-year-old children are often called preschoolers.
Fears often develop during the preschool years. Common fears include new places and experiences and separation from parents and other important people. You can expect the preschool child to test you over and over again.
He or she might use forbidden words and might act very silly. Preschoolers may still have trouble getting along with other children and sharing may still be difficult. Because of their developing imaginations and rich fantasy lives, they may have trouble telling fantasy from reality. They may also talk about imaginary friends. Preschoolers need clear and simple rules so that they know the boundaries of acceptable behavior.
Hmmm…trouble telling fantasy from reality, huh? Sounds like a good time for “scare tactics” and putting friendly anthropomorphic features on a nightmarish beast that would love to have you for lunch and has no mammalian brain that could bridge a connection, at all! Cold. Blooded. Reptilian.
One day in 1991, the daughter of Connecticut Public Television executive Larry Rifkin rented one of the videos and was “mesmerized” by it. Rifkin thought the concept could be developed for PBS. Rifkin thought Barney had appeal because he was not as neurotic as Big Bird. He pitched it to CPTV president Jerry Franklin, whose preschool son also fell in love with it. Franklin and Rifkin pitched the idea to all of their colleagues with preschoolers, and they all agreed that kids would love a Barney show.
And that’s how it happened and it all makes perfect sense!
(You could pick ANY f*cking animal, anthropomorphize it, make it happy and friendly and cuddly, and a pre-schooler would love it. It works with terrifying, giant lizards, right? Works with bears, right?)
Yes, dinosaurs are exotic and very different. But it’s the story introduced with the dinosaurs that is so important. If kids aren’t indoctrinated with religion, (which seems to be an agenda. Sorry, folks, I usually question conspiracy, but…) then another way would be to make cute friendly dinosaurs everywhere so they’ll say “what is that?” And you say “those are dinosaurs. They’re huge lizards that lived over 200 million years ago. But you don’t need to worry about them because they all got wiped out suddenly by a huge meteor that hit the earth and formed a dust cloud so thick that everything died because the light from the sun couldn’t reach the earth. See? No worries.”
Fears often develop during the preschool years.
IMO, the dinosaur story is a big reinforcer about TIME. Dem bones and Saturn. Cycle and recycle. Over and over, to be a battery or something for ?… As David Icke says “you don’t get the carrot and if you protest, you get the stick.”
Of course, you find dinosaur exhibits at museums which is a perfect place to find them. And you’ll also find them at children’s museums with a pretend-play fossil dig! I have been to lots of children’s museums in quite a few cities around the US and there is almost always a fossil dig and dinosaurs. A museum is an “official” place of the “official” narrative. If something is at a museum, it must be the “truth”, right?
If you don’t see why I think this is so weird, think about it from the perspective of what else could be on exhibit. There’s only thousands upon thousands. For example, I think kids (or anybody) would think it is interesting that from this one, singular, amazing creature here…
…are from where all of these beloved creatures pictured here originate, from Pekingese to Poodle to German Shepherd.
I don’t know about you, but I find the genetic diversity of dogs absolutely amazing. These critters exist right NOW, not 200 million years ago.
And they have jobs! Dogs with jobs. They can be trained to help people with particular needs and improve their daily lives. An amazing companion.
Here is the typical thing you see and here’s a person who designs the exhibits at museums and says how bad they suck. https://extinctmonsters.net/2015/04/23/fossil-sandboxes-are-terrible/
I have some suggestions as alternative options to put in children’s museums. Instead of focusing on something from 200 million years ago, how about something that could be useful right NOW? Perhaps an exhibit designed for kids that is about the various animals you might encounter on a camping trip? Could be useful and is also interesting.
There’s usually a space exhibit in every kid’s museum. Usually, it is a linear line-up that addresses the magnitude of distance and size of all the planets. Definitely interesting and kids love knowing about magnitude.
But, I have never seen anything about the solar system presented in a way that shows the heavens are a reflection on Earth. These images show the beautiful pattern of movement in the heavens, and seeing it this way is dimensional, as it is captured as a geometrical shape frozen in time, recognizable as shapes seen in flora, fauna, and all creatures and man-made structures and phenomena that manifest on Earth.
It just goes.
Recently, a crop circle appeared in S-particles Wood.
Nether Me on-the-hill, on the solstice. It’s neitherME, in other words ANTi-me. Seems to be a message. The ant is an ant. And the ant is also the bridge. It is, and is also what is outside of itself, and what it is becoming.
You are, and you are also the surrounding.
What kind of impression and effect on the mind would happen, if this type of message were placed in front of a 3-5 year old, as much as and instead of, the die, not soar message?
Here’s a die, not soar. And that’s the “official” message from ?
See why there are no Native American exhibits at kid’s museums? Could possibly spark an uprising. If kids are imprinted with an ability to take over, then they just might TAKE OVER!
When you find yourself in that corner, put your poker face on and say you’ll eat the berries…(and watch what happens)
The reptilian, ritualistic mind cannot have this type of realization, as it exists in survival mode and thrives by repetition, ritual and petty hierarchy.
It’s fine for dinosaurs among dinosaurs, but we aren’t. We are humans and we feel immense love. Creativity is the mode, not survival. This is an ELectric universe, and that is the f137d that exists, NOT gravity. The ‘space’ is one thing with you and whatever is out there is you. Alien? You’re the alien, self-discovering. The Earth is flat and round, and it’s time to start using both operating systems, because that is what is intended. Were you not given both to work with each other?
If different ideas are presented, like fractals, (seeing yourself as a portal between microcosm and macrocosm), then perhaps the ‘divide and conquer’, and separation would cease. An existence as experiencing yourself as a part of what makes it churn would be divine, and also, truth.
To perceive yourself as part of the whole takes nothing away from the individual experience of existence, except fear, maybe. And even if it doesn’t necessarily take away fear, it would at least communicate truth in one big symbol: that you are a complete representation of the whole thing, on the smallest scale, to the biggest scale, which is one big eternal whirled. The mind determines what IS, in symbols, that are both conscious and subconscious, which are processed by the logic mind. IMO, there is an agenda happening with the purpose of influencing and limiting what our minds perceive.
And that’s why I don’t particularly like the dinosaur program, at the vulnerable time it is heavily presented.
I can go on…
The Land Before Time is a 1988 animated adventure drama film directed and produced by Dragon’s Lair co-creator Don Bluth and executive produced by Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Kathleen Kennedy, and Frank Marshall. The film stars the voices of Gabriel Damon, Candace Hutson, Judith Barsi and Will Ryan with narration provided by Pat Hingle.
Produced by the American companies Amblin Entertainment and Lucasfilm, and the American-Irish Sullivan Bluth Ltd., it features dinosaurs living in the prehistoric times. The plot concerns a young “Longneck” named Littlefoot, who is orphaned when his mother is killed by a “Sharptooth”. Littlefoot flees famine and upheaval to search for the Great Valley, an area spared from devastation. On his journey, he meets four young companions: Cera the “Threehorn”, Ducky the “Bigmouth”, Petrie the “Flyer”, and Spike the “Spiketail”.
During production of An American Tail, talk began of the next feature with Steven Spielberg. Spielberg wanted to do a film similar to Bambi, but with only dinosaurs. George Lucas was also brought in on the project. An early working title for the film was The Land Before Time Began. Spielberg and Lucas originally wanted the film to have no dialogue, like The Rite of Spring sequence in Fantasia, but the idea was abandoned in favor of using voice actors in order to make it appealing to children.
Wow, can you believe that part of the story was that the mom was killed?! Sounds a bit too much for kids! Surely the writers could think of a different drama! Or not. Again, it seems like some kind of manipulation. A puzzle with too many pieces! Clicky, are you here? If it’s just ME, then I’m not convincing myself! Halp! I’m lost at sea!
The commentary on this one…😂
Ok, switching gears to another not-new topic, yet always mind-boggling, the n to the I to the n the e, to the…
the twin towers on 9.11!
The South Tower collapsed after burning for 56 minutes. And that is 3,360 seconds.
Remember the earthquake in Italy? Save the clock tower!
The 336th day of the year is 12.1, or 11 x 11