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TrenzaloreEdit

Trenzalore was a place that, according to Dorium Maldovar, would be where the First Question in the Universe would be answered truthfully. The Doctor would arrive there at some point in his travels, at the fall of the Eleventh. The religious order known as the Silence was determined to ensure that the Doctor never reached Trenzalore. (DW: The Wedding of River Song) [1] History

Let's regress for a moment back to the Men in Black(MIB). According to John Keel, the MIB often state that they are representatives of the "Nation of the Third Eye."

  Based on some of the info already researched, it is

apparent that Sirius has been in contact with humanity for a long time. According to George Hunt Williamson (one of the early contactees) in his book "Other Tongues, Other Flesh,"[2] the earth allies of Sirius, i.e., the secret societies, use the Eye of Horus as an insignia. This symbol has also been seen on the MIB. Secret societies believe that there is a Great White Lodge on earth. They call it Shamballa -- and consider it to be the spiritual center of the world. Now, theosophists such as Alice Bailey say that the Great White Lodge is on Sirius. If the All-Seeing-Eye is a symbol of Sirius' earth-allies and the MIB wear that symbol, and if Shamballa represents the Great White Lodge on earth -- then the MIB are emissaries of Shamballa. Sirius and Shamballa are two sides of the same coin. This is verified in the book "The Undiscovered Country,"[3] by Stephen Jenkins. Jenkins was told by Buddhist priests that Shamballa was located in the constellation of Orion.

  The entrance to Shamballa on earth is usually placed in the

trans-Himalayan region. Some assert it is in the heart of the Gobi Desert (where there have been allegations of crashed disks and bases). According to the explorer Nicholas Roerich, there are caves in the Himalayas foothills that have subterranean passages. In one of the these passages, there is a stone door that has never been opened, because the time for its opening has not yet arrived. In 1930, Doreal founded the Brotherhood of the White Temple. He says that the entrance to Shamballa is far underground. he goes on to say that space bends around Shamballa, and that there is a warp which leads into another universe.

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Thanks Edit

Thanks for that and good luck with the answers site. :)--Skittles the hog - Talk 17:50, September 4, 2011 (UTC)

Ditto. Oh, you may want to know that we've just this weekend updated our archiving templates. So if you want to make them compatible with the archive tool you can find under this page's edit drop down, just replace all your architecture at the top of the page with the simple template {{ArchCat}}. ON your individual archives, you can replace what you have now with {{ArchPage}}. If you want :) Note, however, that these templates will continue to be supported and upgraded in the future, whereas the ones you're currently using may be subject to deletion, as they're not compatible with the current automatic archiving system. Anyway, thanks and good luck at DWA.
czechout@Wikia   18:22:59 Sun 04 Sep 2011 

DW Answers wordmark Edit

I'm unable to leave a message on your user talk page at DW Answers because you have the page sysop locked, for some reason. I know that Answers sites take a lot of fly-by vandalism, but you might want to consider whether it's wise the lead admin to be unreachable by normal talk page communication. But I digress. To celebrate the clean sweep you're proposing, I've dashed off a new wordmark for you that'll work better with really any background, but especially dark ones. I created a forum post about it and alerted your other bureaucrats to it. If you don't like it, I certainly won't be offended if you don't use it. But a transparent wordmark of some kind would probably be more flexible than the current, white-backgrounded design.

And, not that I'm one of your admins or anything, but your suggestion to just nuke the questions you have and start afresh is a fantastic idea. However, it might be wise to spend the next week or so getting some policies in order. Seriously, have you checked out BC's jaw-dropping revisions to the blocking policy? You might want, also, to have some concrete guidelines for how you'd like questions asked and answered. What format should the pages in your namespace 0 take? Give some practical examples of good and bad ways to phrase questions. Show people whether you want to separate individual answers with horizontal lines, indentation or headings. Then, after you're sure you've explained the basics, drop the nuclear bomb and regenerate the site. In other words, absolutely get rid of those 5000+ pages, but have a clear set of guidelines for how the site is going to run.

Or at least, that's how I'd do it. Your milage could indeed vary.
czechout@Wikia   17:03:37 Tue 06 Sep 2011 

user:BroadcastCorp using sock puppets Edit

You should read user talk:BroadcastCorp#You are infinitely banned. BC has been confirmed by Wikia to be using sock puppets. Here, his sock is (at least) user:DomeSeven. We know he also has used an IP account on at least one occasion.
czechout@Wikia   21:15:04 Mon 12 Sep 2011 

Your input is needed!

You are invited to join the discussion at Forum:Page Creation time. MM/Want to talk? 22:27, October 1, 2011 (UTC)

Your input is needed!

You are invited to join the discussion at Forum:Can we disable visual editor please?.

czechout@Wikia   06:31: Wed 21 Dec 2011 

Spoilers Edit

Well, this rule has been in place since 7 June 2010. So I'm pretty sure you've been around since it's been in force. It's explained pretty exhaustively at T:SPOIL. But the basic deal is that spoilers are only allowed on the series page and any thread in The Howling. So, Series 7 (Doctor Who) is the only place for what you put at Doctor Who — and I'm fairly sure the series 7 page already had that.

Although you should read the whole of T:SPOIL, you should probably pay special attention to T:SPOIL DEF T:OFFICIAL INFO and T:OFF REL.
czechout@Wikia   15:50: Mon 30 Apr 2012 

Ban at DWA Edit

Heya :) Hate to be writing you with such unpleasantness at the holidays, but one of your new admin, Master of Spiders has rather randomly banned me at DWA, based upon the 2011 madness with BroadcastCorp. Any chance you could pop back on DWA and unban me again? Thanks :)
czechout@Wikia    16:05: Thu 20 Dec 2012

Christmas cheer Edit

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We've received an unprecedented level of support from Wikia Staff, resulting in all sorts of new goodies and productive new relationships. And we've recently decided to lift almost every block we've ever made so as to allow most everyone a second chance to be part of our community.

2014 promises to build on this year's foundations, especially since we've got a full, unbroken series coming up — something that hasn't happened since 2011. We hope you'll stick with us — or return to the Tardis — so that you can be a part of the fun!

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