The Adamic nature of longevity still remained with Noah, and, to a lesser degree, the sons of Noah.
However, as time passed after the flood, lifespans were drastically and significantly reduced.
It is fascinating that so many people are hung up on instant attraction, instant chemistry, instant spark, and basically this illusion of instant knowledge about a person that they either haven’t even met in the flesh or don’t even know.
For them, attraction, love, chemistry and the whole kit and caboodle have a foundation in something of nothing. What you don’t realise if you’re relying on ‘instant’ or very quick attraction, is that you’re saying that you can be attracted to and even fall in love with someone that you don’t know, but that you couldn’t become attracted to and fall in love with someone that you grew to know. You can fall in love with the promise, but you couldn’t fall for the reality?
And here’s where it becomes very interesting: When you experience that instant/very quick attraction, what follows after is the discovery phase, where you hopefully get to know them in reality.
Out in the real world, you go on first dates and if you don’t feel a ‘spark’ and a ‘connection’, are immediately or by the end of the date, mentally saying “Sayonara” and bracing yourself to continue your quest.
Or you feel disheartened that you still haven’t met that ‘someone’ with that ‘spark’…that you can also actually manage to have a relationship with.
Since opposite signs fascinate each other, it is actually easier to deal with Leo and Aquarius because they work under some similar characteristics and also complement each other.
Leo is personal, involved, and intense in romantic dealings while Aquarius is impersonal and rather detached.It is interesting though how these people just seem to tie up somewhere.Warwick Hello Warwick, Bruce and everyone, Thank you for all that extra information about Sir Thomas, do you think his COA could have been the pears and nippers?Picture this: You go on a dating website, you start scanning through photos or looking through suggested ‘matches’, and you rule out some or even a lot based on not feeling an instant attraction.You might read through some profiles and even though they appear to have similar values, you don’t feel that ‘spark’ and so dismiss them.With other profiles, they say stuff about themselves that rings your ‘hook’ bell – they mention being a churchgoer, or that they earn six figures, or that they’re educated at an elite university, or that they have a dog, are a family person, have loads of degrees, are supertastic intelligent, are a green campaigner, or quote from an obscure book that you love too.