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The Master Board / Re: The langauge crystal
« Last post by RealityTrek on Today at 07:37:10 PM »
Here's Chapter 1

https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/126261047/#126261047

"You can feel the basics in the language of the Angles."
p. 6
>Looking at his scribbled notes
>4 angles on the digit '4'
>6 on the digit '6'
>etc
>the language of the angles
>english
>anglos
>anglish
>angels


That's fascinating!
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The Master Board / Re: Word spells
« Last post by RealityTrek on Today at 07:32:19 PM »
Figured Id just post this here,
But after taking apart the phonetic value of PIZZA
PIZZA
Pronounced "Pete zaa"
PETE ZZA
PETE AZZ/ASS
idk, just a thought

EDIT:
Forgot to add this

pizza (n.) Look up pizza at Dictionary.com
1935, from Italian pizza, originally "cake, tart, pie," of uncertain origin. The 1907 "Vocabolario Etimologico della Lingua Italiana" reports it is said to be from dialectal pinza "clamp" (from Latin pinsere "to pound, stamp"). Klein suggests a connection with Medieval Greek pitta "cake, pie" (see pita). Watkins says it is from a Germanic source akin to Old High German bizzo, pizzo "bite, morsel," from Proto-Germanic *biton- (see bit (n.1)).


morsel (n.) Look up morsel at Dictionary.com
late 13c., "a bite, mouthful; small piece, fragment," from Old French morsel (Modern French morceau) "small bite, portion, helping," diminutive of mors "a bite," from Latin morsus "biting, a bite," neuter past participle of mordere "to bite," which is perhaps from an extended form of PIE root *mer- "to rub away, harm."


*mer- Look up *mer- at Dictionary.com
Proto-Indo-European root meaning "to rub away, harm." Possibly identical with the root *mer- that means "to die" and forms words referring to death and to beings subject to death.

It forms all or part of: amaranth; ambrosia; amortize; Amritsar; immortal; manticore; marasmus; mare (n.3) "night-goblin, incubus;" morbid; mordacious; mordant; moribund; morsel; mort (n.2) "note sounded on a horn at the death of the quarry;" mortal; mortality; mortar; mortgage; mortify; mortmain; mortuary; murder; murrain; nightmare; post-mortem; remorse.

It is the hypothetical source of/evidence for its existence is provided by: Sanskrit mrnati "crushes, bruises," mriyate "to kill," martave "to die," mrta- "died, dead," mrtih "death," martah "mortal man," amrta- "immortal;" Avestan miriia- "to die," miryeite "dies," Old Persian martiya- "man;" Hittite mer- "to disappear, vanish," marnu- "to make disappear;" Armenian meranim "to die;" Greek marainein "to consume, exhaust, put out, quench," marasmus "consumption," emorten "died," brotos "mortal" (hence ambrotos "immortal"); Latin mors (genitive mortis) "death," mori "to die;" Armenian merani- "to die;" Gothic maurþr, Old English morþ "murder;" Old Irish marb, Welsh marw "dead;" Lithuanian mirti "to die," mirtis "mortal man;" Old Church Slavonic mreti "to die," mrutvu "dead;" Russian mertvyj, Serbo-Croatian mrtav "dead."



note- they also call "ass", "cake"
Example: "Oh man, id love to eat that girls "cake""

Just switch the gender and you can possibly see how it could be related to pizza, known as cake in older times.
Specifically during the Medieval/ Med-Evil time in Ancient Greece.
Also note that Greeks loved them some good pederasty.
So I wouldn't be suprised if they used the "original" term of "pizza" to relate to molesting children, specifically little boys.

And back to what I first posted before the edit, maybe someone named "Pete" was involved in the creation of the term for molesting children and making it
related to food.
Also, perhaps there is a connection between "peter piper" and or "pied piper" and funny enough, the story of "pied piper" involved
Someone who used to lure rats away from town and if he was not compensated for his actions,
Then he would retaliate by taking the children from the town away.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pied_Piper_of_Hamelin


The Pied Piper of Hamelin (German: Rattenfänger von Hameln, also known as the Pan Piper or the Rat-Catcher of Hamelin) is the title character of a legend from the town of Hamelin (Hameln), Lower Saxony, Germany, which is illustrated by Arthur Rackham in 1934. The legend dates back to the Middle Ages, the earliest references describing a piper, dressed in multicolored ("pied") clothing, who was a rat-catcher hired by the town to lure rats away [1] with his magic pipe. When the citizens refuse to pay for this service, he retaliates by using his instrument's magical power on their children, leading them away as he had the rats. This version of the story spread as folklore and has appeared in the writings of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the Brothers Grimm, and Robert Browning, among others.


Now, if "pizza" is from or at least related to a "Germanic source akin to Old High German bizzo, pizzo "bite, morsel,""
Then if we continue this train of thought, we can possibly arrive at the concept that if we related the word "pizza" to the Germanic source "bizzo, pizzo" and or "bite, morsel"
And looking at the definition of "morsel" which means "a bite, mouthful; small piece, fragment,"
Then if we go back to pizza and try to relate this, the food, to child molestation, then we could possibly arrive at the concept that to eat "pizza"
Would mean to eat a "small piece" of something, in this case, what else is small? Children
To eat pizza would mean to eat small children.

And if we look back at the story of the "Pied Piper" and how he would take children if he was not compensated for his actions,
Coupled with what I just went over, I don't think that this is a far out thought.

Note- "Pied Piper" and or "Pan Piper" - "Peter Piper" and ultimately to  "Peter Pan" who also mind you played some pipes just like "Pied Piper" and or "Pan Piper"
Also lured children away from "civilization" out to "Never Never Land"

I think there's something there if Im being honest.

I think I was kinda all over the place there, though expand on this in any way and or correct it where you see fit.



EDIT (again):

Forgot to add this too,

Back to what I first stated about "PIZZA" AKA PETE-ZZA/AZZ/ASS
And what I just previously stated about luring children away and the story of "Pied Piper" and or "PAN Piper"
We can POSSIBLY conclude that to eat PETE-ZZA would literally mean to eat little children.
And perhaps its more then likely that "Peter Pan" is the one who is luring the children away to be eaten to begin with.
Peter Pan is related to pizza

And let's don't forget the deity Pan, whom Alefantis used as an avatar on one of his profiles and the oft found combination of the words panned & pizza. There are definite connections within!
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The Master Board / Re: The Big Picture
« Last post by Wizziw on Today at 07:31:55 PM »
I live in a small town in southern Oregon. We have a small airport that flies to Portland and a few Cali airports. I don't get out much. But just in the last two months, the strangers that I've run into where I had "a few minutes" to talk with... I keep running into people who have been red pilled, hard. My optometrist, for example, was eager  to share his views on 911 conspiracies, banking, and much more -- and that was just in my 15 minute exam. Another lady explained to me how we each create our own reality with our thoughts... and a lot more that would fit in here seamlessly. A cop explained his profession to me in ways that PK Dick would applaud.... about how most of his peers are abusive but that he tries very hard to help people and only worries about violent crimes. And about how sick society is. Another young fellow talked a lot about flat earth, but not as a literal thing, but as a metaphor. All these people were red pilled and have rejected the mainstream narrative.

I assume I'm tuning/attracting something. Funny, all the women in my family have been able to manifest odd things for decades. We never really thought all that much about it... well, a little. But I've always been the "muggle" without any ability to attract things. Now I've opened my mind and it's like a mini-vortex around me. The sychronicities just keep coming in.

Anyway, I think something big is happening.  While it might just be me.... I think tons of people are walking away from the lies and are looking for the light. Many are finding at least parts of the truth. This is a great time to be getting in tune. People are much more open to "news" than they used to be. And so I really want to get good at getting "the perfect little gem" of a message to the right people at the right time.  I do okay with sizing up just how far a person has come, and what they need to hear next. But I need that "next message" to be so clear and so sharp. So what I'm saying is that in addition to my needing all this information for myself, I also want to learn it and polish it and master it, as best I can, so I can do my part. I know I often come across as being kind of intense, demanding... in a hurry... I apologize for all that. It's true, lol, I'm in a hurry. Am I lazy, or is this just a huge project? Both are true. Either way, I'm quite aware that I'm late to the party. I appreciate your help and patience. THANKS!
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The Master Board / Newb Musings
« Last post by RealityTrek on Today at 07:26:55 PM »
The Moon, Tachyons, Star Trek and me/us.

So I had gone off on a tangent not so long ago trying to understand the significance of the moon and came up with this:


Nick explained that the moon was a moot issue since it's been replaced in effect. He also referenced a genetic modification with "transorbital cerebral tachyons" which made me think about combining some ideas extracted from other posts on here:

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Tachyons are supposedly particles which travel backwards in our perceived time and are a byproduct of large scale nuclear detonations.
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Tachyons are often (and only, that I recall) referenced in the Star Trek series.They are usually emitted by the 'star ship's' front reflector dish.
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Might tachyons be thus considered quantum particles?
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If their presence prohibits our ability to perceive some of what we've been genetically modified not to (connect to higher self and/or subconsciousness), could this be one of the byproducts of quantum devices such as the D-wave and/or CERN?
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Might a "star ship" be more symbolic of a vessel to explore our inner space (mind) rather than a possibly non-existent outer space? Is there some applicable entomology to the namesake "Enterprise"?

Perhaps it's a loose connection, but if this holds any truth, it could show us a big piece of mechanics of the technology used to control our minds. Band-aid solutions are all well and good, but it's very difficult to pointless trying to solve problems which we do not understand the root cause of.

Thoughts?



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The Master Board / Re: The Big Picture
« Last post by Wizziw on Today at 07:03:02 PM »
If I may, I would add to this the history of us, who we are, and what we're doing here.
That would make an excellent prologue or epilogue. Well, I assume that -- without knowing exactly what it is! I certainly want to find out.
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The Master Board / Re: The Big Picture
« Last post by Wizziw on Today at 07:00:32 PM »
Over the weekend ill endeavour to answer  these point by point.
I'm excited, thank you
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The Master Board / Re: Word spells
« Last post by The Watchers on Today at 06:42:20 PM »
Figured Id just post this here,
But after taking apart the phonetic value of PIZZA
PIZZA
Pronounced "Pete zaa"
PETE ZZA
PETE AZZ/ASS
idk, just a thought

EDIT:
Forgot to add this

pizza (n.) Look up pizza at Dictionary.com
1935, from Italian pizza, originally "cake, tart, pie," of uncertain origin. The 1907 "Vocabolario Etimologico della Lingua Italiana" reports it is said to be from dialectal pinza "clamp" (from Latin pinsere "to pound, stamp"). Klein suggests a connection with Medieval Greek pitta "cake, pie" (see pita). Watkins says it is from a Germanic source akin to Old High German bizzo, pizzo "bite, morsel," from Proto-Germanic *biton- (see bit (n.1)).


morsel (n.) Look up morsel at Dictionary.com
late 13c., "a bite, mouthful; small piece, fragment," from Old French morsel (Modern French morceau) "small bite, portion, helping," diminutive of mors "a bite," from Latin morsus "biting, a bite," neuter past participle of mordere "to bite," which is perhaps from an extended form of PIE root *mer- "to rub away, harm."


*mer- Look up *mer- at Dictionary.com
Proto-Indo-European root meaning "to rub away, harm." Possibly identical with the root *mer- that means "to die" and forms words referring to death and to beings subject to death.

It forms all or part of: amaranth; ambrosia; amortize; Amritsar; immortal; manticore; marasmus; mare (n.3) "night-goblin, incubus;" morbid; mordacious; mordant; moribund; morsel; mort (n.2) "note sounded on a horn at the death of the quarry;" mortal; mortality; mortar; mortgage; mortify; mortmain; mortuary; murder; murrain; nightmare; post-mortem; remorse.

It is the hypothetical source of/evidence for its existence is provided by: Sanskrit mrnati "crushes, bruises," mriyate "to kill," martave "to die," mrta- "died, dead," mrtih "death," martah "mortal man," amrta- "immortal;" Avestan miriia- "to die," miryeite "dies," Old Persian martiya- "man;" Hittite mer- "to disappear, vanish," marnu- "to make disappear;" Armenian meranim "to die;" Greek marainein "to consume, exhaust, put out, quench," marasmus "consumption," emorten "died," brotos "mortal" (hence ambrotos "immortal"); Latin mors (genitive mortis) "death," mori "to die;" Armenian merani- "to die;" Gothic maurþr, Old English morþ "murder;" Old Irish marb, Welsh marw "dead;" Lithuanian mirti "to die," mirtis "mortal man;" Old Church Slavonic mreti "to die," mrutvu "dead;" Russian mertvyj, Serbo-Croatian mrtav "dead."



note- they also call "ass", "cake"
Example: "Oh man, id love to eat that girls "cake""

Just switch the gender and you can possibly see how it could be related to pizza, known as cake in older times.
Specifically during the Medieval/ Med-Evil time in Ancient Greece.
Also note that Greeks loved them some good pederasty.
So I wouldn't be suprised if they used the "original" term of "pizza" to relate to molesting children, specifically little boys.

And back to what I first posted before the edit, maybe someone named "Pete" was involved in the creation of the term for molesting children and making it
related to food.
Also, perhaps there is a connection between "peter piper" and or "pied piper" and funny enough, the story of "pied piper" involved
Someone who used to lure rats away from town and if he was not compensated for his actions,
Then he would retaliate by taking the children from the town away.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pied_Piper_of_Hamelin


The Pied Piper of Hamelin (German: Rattenfänger von Hameln, also known as the Pan Piper or the Rat-Catcher of Hamelin) is the title character of a legend from the town of Hamelin (Hameln), Lower Saxony, Germany, which is illustrated by Arthur Rackham in 1934. The legend dates back to the Middle Ages, the earliest references describing a piper, dressed in multicolored ("pied") clothing, who was a rat-catcher hired by the town to lure rats away [1] with his magic pipe. When the citizens refuse to pay for this service, he retaliates by using his instrument's magical power on their children, leading them away as he had the rats. This version of the story spread as folklore and has appeared in the writings of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the Brothers Grimm, and Robert Browning, among others.


Now, if "pizza" is from or at least related to a "Germanic source akin to Old High German bizzo, pizzo "bite, morsel,""
Then if we continue this train of thought, we can possibly arrive at the concept that if we related the word "pizza" to the Germanic source "bizzo, pizzo" and or "bite, morsel"
And looking at the definition of "morsel" which means "a bite, mouthful; small piece, fragment,"
Then if we go back to pizza and try to relate this, the food, to child molestation, then we could possibly arrive at the concept that to eat "pizza"
Would mean to eat a "small piece" of something, in this case, what else is small? Children
To eat pizza would mean to eat small children.

And if we look back at the story of the "Pied Piper" and how he would take children if he was not compensated for his actions,
Coupled with what I just went over, I don't think that this is a far out thought.

Note- "Pied Piper" and or "Pan Piper" - "Peter Piper" and ultimately to  "Peter Pan" who also mind you played some pipes just like "Pied Piper" and or "Pan Piper"
Also lured children away from "civilization" out to "Never Never Land"

I think there's something there if Im being honest.

I think I was kinda all over the place there, though expand on this in any way and or correct it where you see fit.



EDIT (again):

Forgot to add this too,

Back to what I first stated about "PIZZA" AKA PETE-ZZA/AZZ/ASS
And what I just previously stated about luring children away and the story of "Pied Piper" and or "PAN Piper"
We can POSSIBLY conclude that to eat PETE-ZZA would literally mean to eat little children.
And perhaps its more then likely that "Peter Pan" is the one who is luring the children away to be eaten to begin with.
Peter Pan is related to pizza
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The Master Board / Re: The langauge crystal
« Last post by aroseby on Today at 06:35:00 PM »
Here's Chapter 1

https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/126261047/#126261047

"You can feel the basics in the language of the Angles."
p. 6
>Looking at his scribbled notes
>4 angles on the digit '4'
>6 on the digit '6'
>etc
>the language of the angles
>english
>anglos
>anglish
>angels
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The Master Board / Re: How to win pizzagate
« Last post by Undestroyer on Today at 06:32:51 PM »

Look at his daughters eyes. She's been gotten too.

In pron artists are paid to paint by hand the eyes whiter to make the person seem more emotionless.

Is it just me or were there some frickin white eyed females in this "live" taping?

hmmm
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The Master Board / Re: Twin Peaks is back(Damn fine coffee)
« Last post by Supersonic on Today at 05:30:51 PM »
So how did "coop" time travel?

Now this is interesting:

synapse (n.) "junction between two nerve cells," 1899, medical Latin, from Greek synapsis"conjunction," from or related to synaptein"to clasp, join together, tie or bind together, be connected with," from syn- "together" (seesyn-) + haptein "to fasten" (see apse). Introduced by English physiologist Sir Michael Foster (1836-1907) at the suggestion of English classical scholar Arthur Woollgar Verral (1851-1912).

The last bit seems a little <<dislocated>>, you say?

nervus terminalis

"I heard there was a secret chord,
That David played and it pleased the l..."

hmm, i forget the rest
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