Peter Pan and Heaven

bryllie posted on May 14, 2014 at 06:39PM
Is it true that peter pan was taking wendy and he brothers t heaven? like it was set in WW1 (world war one) and their house as bombed?

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over a year ago iwishicouldfly said…
I've heard that theory; he was going to take them to heaven, but they didn't actually die, so that's why they returned. What do you think?
sheetal-baijal commented…
Why think about death? Only when the time comes for us to die will God take us to Neverland, heaven. over a year ago
over a year ago cloudcastle said…
never land might well be a kind of heaven

you might get to go there when you sleep (dream) and also once you have passed 'away' (died)

never land would certainly be a nice place to look forward to

i most definitely would like to visit

i am pretty sure that never land is not the only place that is nice

i have visited a castle resting on clouds (whilst asleep)

that was definitely a kind of heaven

i would call that more of a paradise

but heaven is a good enough word i guess

do not forget that we are all living on the earth - which is a part of the heavens

the heavens are physical and heaven is supposed to be spiritual

so there could be seen a bit of a confusion there (with those words - 'heaven' and 'the heavens')

i think that the word paradise might be better

this earth was supposed to have been a paradise (in the old testament - holy bible)

but a confusion may be there (genesis) too

maybe adam and eve were not adults

maybe they were not physical

maybe they were children who chose to experience adult-hood

then fell from paradise (spiritual realm)

to this earth life (physical)

so instead of paradise

they fell to be a part of the heavens

instead of perfect (which they may have been as eternal children)

they became good and evil (experiencing life and death)

the number 73 connects some words (they total the same)...

f = 6
l = 12
y = 25
i = 9
n = 14
g = 7
_____ +
73

try that with these following words...

paradise

perfect

children

you will find that they total the very same number (73)

interesting that peter chose england out of all the countries in the world to visit

these words total 73 also...

united

kingdom

britain

use the 'flying' word example above to add those words up yourself

you will definitely get 73

(england does not total 73 though)

the letters are added up like this...

a = 1

to

z = 26

you know there are 26 letters in the alphabet - right?

well that is how you get the numbers for the letters

one more thing...

what is the perfect number?

well...

perfect = 73

...so maybe 73 is the perfect number?

if that is not enough then...

number = 73

also...

you count to get the number

count = 73


(i wrote much more here earlier but my computer crashed before i could save it - never mind - i will no doubt re-write later - over time)

(i guess this is enough for now at any rate)





last edited over a year ago
ElisaFlemer commented…
OMG!!!!! IT REALLY MAKES SENSE!!! LOVED YOUR THEORY!!!!!! over a year ago
over a year ago cloudcastle said…
sunny
t h a n k y o o e l i s a
over a year ago cloudcastle said…
r e e t u r n t o n e v u r l a n d = w u r l d w o r w o n ?
over a year ago cloudcastle said…
sunny
e = 5
n = 14
g = 7
l = 12
a = 1
n = 14
d = 4
______ +
5 7

p = a b r e e v i a s h u n

f o r

p e e t u r

p = 16


5 7
1 6
____ +
7 3

p e e t u r ' s

e n g l a n d


p e t e r ' s

e n g l a n d


p ' s

e n g l a n d


p e t e r

p a n ' s

f a v o r i t

c u n

t r e e



over a year ago cloudcastle said…
p e n

g

l a n d


p e n g l a n d

over a year ago cloudcastle said…
sunny
n o t

s h o r

a b o u t

f a v o r i t

c u n t r e e


h a f

s e e n

p e e t r ( = 6 4 )

w i f

i y z

c l o z e d

w y l s t

a w a k e


n o t

s p o w k e n

w i f

p e e t r ( p e t e r p a n )


m e e

l y c

f l y i n g ( = 7 3 )



over a year ago cloudcastle said…
p e n g l a n d = 7 3
over a year ago cloudcastle said…
sunny

b i n
f i n c i n g . . .
over a year ago cloudcastle said…

. . . a d a m
a n d
. . . e v e ?
over a year ago cloudcastle said…
sunny

. . . m a y
h a f
b i n
n e e a n d u r f l . . .
over a year ago cloudcastle said…

. . . g o o d
t o o w
f i n c . . .
over a year ago cloudcastle said…
sunny

. . . m a y
b e e
i n s t e d
o f
f o r l i n g
f r u m
p a r a d i s e . . .

over a year ago cloudcastle said…
sunny

. . . b o y
a n d
g u r l
a r
o r n
f a i r
w a y
t o o w
p a r a d i s e . . .

over a year ago cloudcastle said…
smile

f w u m = 6 3

z e r o = 6 4

t o o w = 7 3

f i z i c u l = 8 6

t o o w = 7 3

z p i r i c h y o o l = 1 5 6


over a year ago cloudcastle said…
sunny

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b i n
f i n c i n g . . .

p a r a d i s e ( : 7 3

f u ( t h e )
k i n g d o m ( : 7 3
o v
f u
c h i l d r e n ( : 7 3

q w e z j u n . . .

w e n ?

a r n z u r . . .

u ( a )
p o z i b i l i t e e y
t o o w ( : 7 3
u
p r o b u b i l i t e e y
f a t ( t h a t )
p a r a d i s e
g e t z
e e t u r n u l e e y ( e t e r n a l l y )
p u z h e d ( p u s h e d )
i n
t o o w
f u
f y o o c h u r ( f u t u r e )

h o w p ( h o p e )
f u
d a y
i z
z u n e e y ( s u n n y )
w a i r ( w h e r e )
y o o w ( y o u )
a r ( a r e )

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over a year ago pepper said…
nice story.
over a year ago cloudcastle said…
smile
Thank you pepper.
5 months ago cloudcastle said…
sunny

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B e e n
t h i n k i n g . . .

H e a v e n s
c o u l d
b e
s t e p s
u p
t o
t h e
w e s t
( l e f t )

P a r a d i s e s
c o u l d
b e
s t e p s
u p
t o
t h e
e a s t
( r i g h t )

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5 months ago cloudcastle said…
smile

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There could be heavens : )

There could be paradises ( :

Never Never Land could be a paradise.

Higher than Never Never Land there could be fairy tale castles resting on clouds in big bubbles. Like the castle in Disney Land.

God is the Creator, not me.

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5 months ago cloudcastle said…
sunny

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Been thinking . . .

Narnia could be a lower bubble to Never Never Land.

Narnia could be a Paradise in a bubble.

Never Never Land could be a Paradise in a bubble too.

A bubble could be quite big that could contain a Paradise.

Paradises could be a number of years into the future ( of earth time ).

How many years into the future could depend on how high up ( steps ~ bubbles ~ up ~ to the east / right ) the bubble of a particular Paradise is.

The first bubble ( containing a Paradise ) could be one year into the future.

The second bubble up ( and to the east ~ right ) could be two years into the future.

How many bubbles ( containing Paradises ) there could be could be up to The Creator. God, not me.

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5 months ago cloudcastle said…

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Why bubbles?

To protect a Paradise from the nothingness outside of the bubble.

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5 months ago cloudcastle said…
smile

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Steps up . . .

. . . from bubble to bubble.

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5 months ago cloudcastle said…
sunny

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Oz could be in a bubble.

Possibly a step down from Never Never Land.

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5 months ago cloudcastle said…

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Heavens ( west / left ) could be higher than the stars of God's good earth.

Paradises ( east / right ) could be higher than the stars of God's good earth too.

Heavens could be to do with the small g god of all small g gods. Jesus Christ.

Paradises could be to do with God, The Father of all of Creation.

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5 months ago cloudcastle said…
smile

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Been thinking . . .

Earth could be a paradise for nature.

Not really a paradise for children.

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5 months ago cloudcastle said…

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Heavens could be light.

Paradises could be bright.

Heavens could be not as high as paradises.

Hope you have a happy Sunday.

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5 months ago cloudcastle said…

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First star to the right and straight on 'til morning.

Could be 1 on a clock in regards to the direction to go.

North / 1 ( and up ).

How many bubbles up, Never Never Land could be, could be to do with how many paradises there are.

Q. How many paradises?

A. Could be unlimited, should there be a non - ending future.

There is no need for babies not to be born in the future to write about new paradises.

Hope you have a happy Friday.

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cloudcastle commented…
I could have got that wrong. Not first star to the right. Second star to the right. Not 1 on a tic-toc clock. 2. 9 hours ago
3 months ago cloudcastle said…
sunny

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Heavens could be eleven ( 11 ) on a clock.

The stars of God's good earth could be twelve ( 12 ) on a clock.

The sun could burn up God's good earth some day.

To find earth part two may not be that bad of an idea . . .

. . . for life to continue.

Hope you have a happy Sunday.

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cloudcastle commented…
Heavens not being an 11 could have been a 10. ( second star to the right ) 9 hours ago
3 months ago cloudcastle said…

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Oh . . .

Second star to the left.

That could allow the bubbles of Heavens to be 10 on a clock.

The Paradises could be 2 on a clock.

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2 months ago cloudcastle said…
smile

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Second star to the right could be 2 on a tic - toc clock.

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1 month ago cloudcastle said…
sunny

Hello . . .

Been thinking.

God's sun for God's good earth.

There is no need for that sun to not shine.

Hope you have a happy Sunday.
15 days ago cloudcastle said…

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Been thinking . . .

The wisest of the wise could know how long the sun for God's good earth shall shine for.

I do not know.

I am not the wisest of the wise.

Could be a nice idea to think that the sun for God's good earth could keep on shining.

Hope you have a happy Tuesday.

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8 hours ago cloudcastle said…
smile

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Been thinking . . .

Paradises for children could be higher than heavens.

That could suggest that number 10 on a tick-tock clock for heavens may not be that much of an idea.

Heavens could be parallel to paradises for children should heavens be a 10 on a tic-toc clock and paradises for children be a 2 on a tic-toc clock.

Perhaps heavens could be 12 on a tic-toc clock and paradises for children could still be a 2 on a tic-toc clock.

Like, climb a ladder to heaven, then step up a bubble staircase to paradise for children.

The staircase could start at the top of the highest heaven.

Steps up to the right.

Second star to the right.

Hope you have a happy Wednesday.