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Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on March 28, 2020, 06:53:13 PM
You know the drill. /r/showerthoughts but the nrg way.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on March 28, 2020, 09:08:52 PM
If someone wanted to do certain secret and not-spoken-of things at certain times at places that are usually frequented by many people, a quarantine among the majority of people, would be a good way to gain the necessary certainty to allow the person(s) to manifest that reality, being certain they had no on-lookers or other that would interrupt them.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on March 28, 2020, 11:29:04 PM
Even better remember why people we're playing Antarctica a couple of years ago? It's out of the box
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on March 30, 2020, 05:44:06 AM
something fishy..

https://www.euractiv.com/section/economy-jobs/news/german-minister-commits-suicide-after-virus-crisis-worries/
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on March 30, 2020, 02:56:25 PM
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something fishy..

https://www.euractiv.com/section/economy-jobs/news/german-minister-commits-suicide-after-virus-crisis-worries/

Unrelated to your post but how did 'something fishy' become a phrase? What is the story behind that?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on March 30, 2020, 03:12:18 PM
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something fishy..

https://www.euractiv.com/section/economy-jobs/news/german-minister-commits-suicide-after-virus-crisis-worries/

Unrelated to your post but how did 'something fishy' become a phrase? What is the story behind that?
Dagon, Innsmouth.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on March 30, 2020, 03:46:40 PM
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something fishy..

https://www.euractiv.com/section/economy-jobs/news/german-minister-commits-suicide-after-virus-crisis-worries/

Unrelated to your post but how did 'something fishy' become a phrase? What is the story behind that?
Dagon, Innsmouth.

Thought it was something along those lines, yeah.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on March 31, 2020, 05:32:47 AM
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something fishy..

https://www.euractiv.com/section/economy-jobs/news/german-minister-commits-suicide-after-virus-crisis-worries/
with a mug like that dude was into some sketchy shite his countenance screams it
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on March 31, 2020, 01:05:24 PM
What about all the ceos convienantly stepping down prior to/during the downturn.

Coincidence?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Firefly369 on March 31, 2020, 03:22:46 PM
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Even better remember why people we're playing Antarctica a couple of years ago? It's out of the box

They haven't had doppler radar for weather in Antactica for "reasons" and use older weather forecasting methods instead. 

But China brought doppler down there not too long ago. 

I don't know what the "reasons" are.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: TE-O-2.0 on March 31, 2020, 06:58:33 PM
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What about all the ceos convienantly stepping down prior to/during the downturn.

Coincidence?

I believe the correct answer is there are no coincidences.....................
Would there be any correlation between the number of step downs from which types of industry?
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on March 31, 2020, 08:00:13 PM
Anyone read the codex alinentarius?
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on April 01, 2020, 04:30:02 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnjSjJOEfSc
what a legend, has a fully gold plated bathroom to block all waves/frequencies, comes up with ideas being close to death
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 02, 2020, 10:20:22 AM
I'm not sure how this started but they started tagging certain users (their IP's or something even more specific) with a green glow.
Anyone have any ideas why? At least two threads were speculating they were for data mining reasons and to flag certain people but others think its just to ride the virus wave.

>I AM THE GLOWING KING
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/24600734

And then there is this one post that has a green glow from around two years ago. . . So the question is why are they being tagged?

"Can /x/ explain how a 2-year-old post could've been infected?"
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/24602453
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 02, 2020, 12:01:12 PM
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I'm not sure how this started but they started tagging certain users (their IP's or something even more specific) with a green glow.
Anyone have any ideas why? At least two threads were speculating they were for data mining reasons and to flag certain people but others think its just to ride the virus wave.

>I AM THE GLOWING KING
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/24600734

And then there is this one post that has a green glow from around two years ago. . . So the question is why are they being tagged?

"Can /x/ explain how a 2-year-old post could've been infected?"
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/24602453


What???
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 02, 2020, 01:31:46 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4U84606rq0

Hmmm
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 02, 2020, 01:38:15 PM
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I'm not sure how this started but they started tagging certain users (their IP's or something even more specific) with a green glow.
Anyone have any ideas why? At least two threads were speculating they were for data mining reasons and to flag certain people but others think its just to ride the virus wave.

>I AM THE GLOWING KING
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/24600734

And then there is this one post that has a green glow from around two years ago. . . So the question is why are they being tagged?

"Can /x/ explain how a 2-year-old post could've been infected?"
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/24602453

I don't see any glowing posts? Apparently it's an april fools thing but they are wondering why a post from 2 years ago does it too.

(https://i.4cdn.org/x/1585721220740.png) (the green glow)

Here's me trying to work out how to make 4chan and the archive dark themed.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Zelezny on April 02, 2020, 02:59:04 PM
Influence is so close phonetically to influenza
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: K on April 02, 2020, 04:43:06 PM
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I'm not sure how this started but they started tagging certain users (their IP's or something even more specific) with a green glow.
Anyone have any ideas why? At least two threads were speculating they were for data mining reasons and to flag certain people but others think its just to ride the virus wave.

>I AM THE GLOWING KING
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/24600734

And then there is this one post that has a green glow from around two years ago. . . So the question is why are they being tagged?

"Can /x/ explain how a 2-year-old post could've been infected?"
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/24602453

It was this year's gimmick, a simulated meme plague. April Fool's.

By the way, does anyone actually know how traditions around April Fool's Day began? Internet searches turn up many theories, but there seems to be a collective ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 02, 2020, 11:29:34 PM
Interesting coincedence

Working my way through Lucifer and Lucifer comes out with this about Dave Matthews Band of all people... in some wierd context:

(https://i.imgur.com/poJ6k5F.png)
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on April 03, 2020, 05:53:04 PM
Are the Kardashian's Cardassian's?
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on April 04, 2020, 08:18:27 AM
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gibraltar#/media/File:Flag_of_Gibraltar.svg
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on April 04, 2020, 09:12:21 AM
Quote
Now, the truth is that the State in itself has nothing whatsoever to do with
a definite economic concept or a definite economic development. It does not
arise from a compact made between contracting parties, within a certain
delimited territory, for the purpose of serving economic ends.
The State is a community of living beings who have kindred physical and
spiritual natures, organised for the purpose of ensuring the conservation of
their own kind and fulfilling those ends which Providence has assigned to that
particular race or racial branch.
Therein, and therein alone, lies the purpose and meaning of a State.
Economic activity is one of the many auxiliary means which are necessary for
the attainment of those aims. But economic activity is never the origin or
purpose of a State, except where a State has, from the outset, been founded on
a false and unnatural basis.
:'(
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 04, 2020, 11:32:08 AM
What's the truth about mantis 'aliens'? I've seen them more than I usually do and I just wonder what they are about.
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 04, 2020, 02:39:52 PM
China joins UN Human Rights Council: https://www.foxnews.com/world/china-un-human-rights-council-coronavirus-response

Just wow.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 04, 2020, 02:43:53 PM
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China joins UN Human Rights Council: https://www.foxnews.com/world/china-un-human-rights-council-coronavirus-response

Just wow.

For the longest time it seemed like China was going to remain pretty much independent of world government organizations like the UN. I think its weird they decide to join now. Why now?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: K on April 04, 2020, 03:23:11 PM
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China joins UN Human Rights Council: https://www.foxnews.com/world/china-un-human-rights-council-coronavirus-response

Just wow.

For the longest time it seemed like China was going to remain pretty much independent of world government organizations like the UN. I think its weird they decide to join now. Why now?

Could it be cause they 'oops released corona virus and then locked up and let most of a city of millions die to contain" along with other human rights issues they want to cover up?
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 04, 2020, 05:54:22 PM
How is a country that persecutes it's own citizens with work camps and genocide even allowed a seat in the first place?

Rather this illuminates the UN for the sham it really is.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 05, 2020, 07:54:43 PM
Red, white and blue, rearrange it to blue, red and white. Thesis + Antithesis = Synthesis(?)
Synthesis of this would be Atlantis reborn?
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 06, 2020, 12:25:52 PM
https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2020/04/covid-19-uk-government-gets-tough-on-criminal-5g-vandals.html
Title: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on April 06, 2020, 03:44:42 PM
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https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2020/04/covid-19-uk-government-gets-tough-on-criminal-5g-vandals.html

The symbols "5G" must be a component for the spell. This is from an alchemy forum debating the use of the letter G before it entered the alphabet. Posted by an alleged Delaware Freemason:

http://forum.alchemyforums.com/archive/index.php/t-1954.html
Quote
I'm a Freemason, of Lodge No. 46; the letter "G" stands for God, Geometrician, the Great Architect, etc. Few masons seem to know that originally the "G" was a small g referring to, the image of, a reptile, formerly from the Arabic, Egyptian tradition or lineage.

It's controversial, but that it also pertains to, points towards, the ancient belief that the humanoid organism has a reptile "manufactured" origin. You'll see evidence of it from studying the human brain. The thin layer that we call human closely rests on a mammalian, which in turn sits on the reptilian. All three brains are housed in every humanoid.

:)
It's funny how controversial this is with the evidence before our eyes.
Just goes to show that people see what they prefer rather than what is.

I wonder which part of the brain 5G targets.......
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 07, 2020, 04:18:03 PM
We talk about how TPTB reverse seemingly everything they can and that's how they derive their 'power'. What I think is a very subtle but 'obvious' reversal is how most people live their lives.
It's believed that the most magic and ease of using it people have is when they are children and later as an adult, you 'loose' it only to learn how to regain it and use it efficiently.

Be born with god like powers, 'grow up' and 'loose' them, (most) spend the later parts of their lives trying to think like a child again and regain that magic innocence but so few do.
Some would say we live our lives backwards. Now that's a reversal.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 07, 2020, 04:21:14 PM
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https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2020/04/covid-19-uk-government-gets-tough-on-criminal-5g-vandals.html

The symbols "5G" must be a component for the spell. This is from an alchemy forum debating the use of the letter G before it entered the alphabet. Posted by an alleged Delaware Freemason:

http://forum.alchemyforums.com/archive/index.php/t-1954.html
Quote
I'm a Freemason, of Lodge No. 46; the letter "G" stands for God, Geometrician, the Great Architect, etc. Few masons seem to know that originally the "G" was a small g referring to, the image of, a reptile, formerly from the Arabic, Egyptian tradition or lineage.

It's controversial, but that it also pertains to, points towards, the ancient belief that the humanoid organism has a reptile "manufactured" origin. You'll see evidence of it from studying the human brain. The thin layer that we call human closely rests on a mammalian, which in turn sits on the reptilian. All three brains are housed in every humanoid.

:)
It's funny how controversial this is with the evidence before our eyes.
Just goes to show that people see what they prefer rather than what is.

I wonder which part of the brain 5G targets.......

Literally all of it think about it its electromagnetic waves it's not selectively targeted
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on April 07, 2020, 05:50:47 PM
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Literally all of it think about it its electromagnetic waves it's not selectively targeted

I hoped to avoid that conclusion with sarcasm lest it make me confront my deep rage over waking to a world that isn't as magnetic as I'd like.  :(

(https://media.giphy.com/media/KUAb8YQOhmWNq/source.gif)
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 07, 2020, 05:58:20 PM
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Literally all of it think about it its electromagnetic waves it's not selectively targeted

I hoped to avoid that conclusion with sarcasm lest it make me confront my deep rage over waking to a world that isn't as magnetic as I'd like.  :(

(https://media.giphy.com/media/KUAb8YQOhmWNq/source.gif)

While not really practical for anything other than in-house wearing, tin foil hats do work.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 07, 2020, 06:09:18 PM
Tin foil hats supposedly amplify the signals.

I had 2 random thoughts today.

1. Reddit has a coat of arms. Look what's on it (all seeing eye, and saturn, of all things they could choose).

(https://i.imgur.com/8ncCAQH.png)

2. I walked past a vodaphone cell mast. That's the same vodaphone with 6 6 6 in it's logo.

(https://i.pinimg.com/originals/fc/98/9a/fc989a069b3f135da1eef41db6c974ac.jpg)

I wondered right then...what if cell masts / 5g aren't to send signals to your mobile phone but actually to send them to people. TO control them. The spirit-less ones on my other thread.Maybe this is why the push for 5G blanketing? Probably a crazy thought.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 07, 2020, 06:27:30 PM
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Tin foil hats supposedly amplify the signals.

There's been such a smear campaign against tin foil hats around the time that 'conspiracy' and 'theorist' started to bear a negative stigma that it really makes you wonder why there is apparently such an active force (at least before) trying to shame anyone who advocates or wears the hat.

One of the most recent propaganda pieces against it is the 'study' where they claimed it amplified signals. I guess it took them long enough to come up with a seemingly valid reason for people to not wear one. Just saying if you had one, you were mental wasn't enough but now it actually helps what the wearer intends to keep out.

Notice there has only been one experiment done where they tried to prove the hats worked or not. There has never been a single one since then. Isn't it strange that everyone who speaks against these hats use this one experiment like its the word of god.
Also notice the hats they used for the experiment. One of the three is a 'fez' which the shrines infamously wear proudly and a 'centurion' one molded after a certain rank in the Roman army.

The original article on this experiment isn't even up anymore.

On the Effectiveness of Aluminium Foil Helmets: An Empirical Study
https://web.archive.org/web/20101130145753/http://berkeley.intel-research.net/arahimi/helmet/
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on April 07, 2020, 07:16:35 PM
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what if cell masts / 5g aren't to send signals to your mobile phone but actually to send them to people. TO control them. The spirit-less ones on my other thread.Maybe this is why the push for 5G blanketing? Probably a crazy thought.

Not crazy at all, that’s the first thought I had when re-examining electronics. Most of us assume their rituals are to affect the flock’s un/subconscious. Imo 5G is an “all in” move, their rituals are subpar and lack the necessary EMF to herd the sheep as we approach a new son, new age, etc.

Perhaps I’m wrong there, as well, yet if I’ve understood anything in “spirit,” that we now have little goblins building little towers to attempt what was once done in elaborate, ritual form speaks of sweet desperation.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 07, 2020, 07:21:10 PM
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what if cell masts / 5g aren't to send signals to your mobile phone but actually to send them to people. TO control them. The spirit-less ones on my other thread.Maybe this is why the push for 5G blanketing? Probably a crazy thought.

Not crazy at all, that’s the first thought I had when re-examining electronics. Most of us assume their rituals are to affect the flock’s un/subconscious. Imo 5G is an “all in” move, their rituals are subpar and lack the necessary EMF to herd the sheep as we approach a new son, new age, etc.

Perhaps I’m wrong there, as well, yet if I’ve understood anything in “spirit,” that we now have little goblins building little towers to attempt what was once done in elaborate, ritual form speaks of sweet desperation.

Goblins and orcs build towers with crystal eyes to see into this realm controlling other through their negative aura, Jews with African foot soldiers build technological towers to intrude the electromagnetic field of the masses and control them through fear and negative energy.

Different times, different names, same story.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 08, 2020, 01:55:10 AM
Really look at this go ogle doodle and tell me what you see

Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 08, 2020, 02:04:14 AM
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Really look at this go ogle doodle and tell me what you see

What do children have to do with the virus?
Just from that one 'doodle' out of the series they have planned, I see a police officer and a fire fighter receiving a 'heart' from the capital 'G'. . . The 'G' (god) gives out pedo heart (butts) to police and fire fighters, both of which are known to be big parts of the child trafficking industry?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Winds of Change on April 08, 2020, 03:49:05 AM
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Tin foil hats supposedly amplify the signals.

There's been such a smear campaign against tin foil hats around the time that 'conspiracy' and 'theorist' started to bear a negative stigma that it really makes you wonder why there is apparently such an active force (at least before) trying to shame anyone who advocates or wears the hat.

One of the most recent propaganda pieces against it is the 'study' where they claimed it amplified signals. I guess it took them long enough to come up with a seemingly valid reason for people to not wear one. Just saying if you had one, you were mental wasn't enough but now it actually helps what the wearer intends to keep out.

Notice there has only been one experiment done where they tried to prove the hats worked or not. There has never been a single one since then. Isn't it strange that everyone who speaks against these hats use this one experiment like its the word of god.
Also notice the hats they used for the experiment. One of the three is a 'fez' which the shrines infamously wear proudly and a 'centurion' one molded after a certain rank in the Roman army.

The original article on this experiment isn't even up anymore.

On the Effectiveness of Aluminium Foil Helmets: An Empirical Study
https://web.archive.org/web/20101130145753/http://berkeley.intel-research.net/arahimi/helmet/

They don't want people thinking there.  I have two keyless keys for my vehicle.  I was told the vehicle couldn't be locked with a key inside it and of course it couldn't because the key would be detected.  I wanted to take the second key with me as a spare but hidden inside the vehicle, so I wrapped it in aluminium foil.  Vehicle didn't know it was in there.  Metal, even a thin foil can block or reflect the RF energy.

My modem is wireless too.  I figured the power of the signal was far more than I needed, so I put a folded square of foil over the antennae.  It cuts the power down.  It barely reaches to the end of the hallway when covered, but goes up the street when its not.

So tin foil hats work.  They make not deflect 100% of the energy waves, but they can mitigate it a lot.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Winds of Change on April 08, 2020, 04:08:38 AM
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what if cell masts / 5g aren't to send signals to your mobile phone but actually to send them to people. TO control them. The spirit-less ones on my other thread.Maybe this is why the push for 5G blanketing? Probably a crazy thought.

Not crazy at all, that’s the first thought I had when re-examining electronics. Most of us assume their rituals are to affect the flock’s un/subconscious. Imo 5G is an “all in” move, their rituals are subpar and lack the necessary EMF to herd the sheep as we approach a new son, new age, etc.

Perhaps I’m wrong there, as well, yet if I’ve understood anything in “spirit,” that we now have little goblins building little towers to attempt what was once done in elaborate, ritual form speaks of sweet desperation.

I look for signs of desperation too, but it's hard to be sure.  I think they will use any means at their disposal to affect the masses.  I do think they are trying hard to stop or retard all enlightening influences on the population.  Our own bodies work by electromagnetic means.  Even all chemical reactions are fundamentally electromagnetic.  Problem is that a lot of this bodily stuff is micro-process electromagnetic function - and the RF fields can override them or warp them. 

It comes down to harmonics really.  That tower puts out a discordant note and it affects us adversely.  Some of these frequencies can tear cells apart.  Some of them can induce certain moods.  Some of them can be turned way up until everyone around is writhing on the floor in agony.

Oh, but it's just for more expedient communication.   ::)
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on April 08, 2020, 05:32:10 AM
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Really look at this go ogle doodle and tell me what you see

What do children have to do with the virus?
Just from that one 'doodle' out of the series they have planned, I see a police officer and a fire fighter receiving a 'heart' from the capital 'G'. . . The 'G' (god) gives out pedo heart (butts) to police and fire fighters, both of which are known to be big parts of the child trafficking industry?

Tall fireman with baby “E”?

https://welcometotwinpeaks.com/wp-content/uploads/wpforo/default_attachments/1505250991-oneandsame.jpg
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on April 08, 2020, 11:25:13 AM
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Really look at this go ogle doodle and tell me what you see

What do children have to do with the virus?
Just from that one 'doodle' out of the series they have planned, I see a police officer and a fire fighter receiving a 'heart' from the capital 'G'. . . The 'G' (god) gives out pedo heart (butts) to police and fire fighters, both of which are known to be big parts of the child trafficking industry?

Shelter-in-place certainly allows for more trafficking to go unnoticed.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 08, 2020, 12:26:15 PM
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Really look at this go ogle doodle and tell me what you see

What do children have to do with the virus?
Just from that one 'doodle' out of the series they have planned, I see a police officer and a fire fighter receiving a 'heart' from the capital 'G'. . . The 'G' (god) gives out pedo heart (butts) to police and fire fighters, both of which are known to be big parts of the child trafficking industry?

Shelter-in-place certainly allows for more trafficking to go unnoticed.

The emphasis on 'self' in 'self-quarantine' makes me think they are consistently reminding us that this can't be forced and what ever happens is still up to the proles. With their collective power and free will, will they self (willingly) isolate or will they go outside because of all this bogus fear porn?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on April 08, 2020, 12:33:04 PM
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Really look at this go ogle doodle and tell me what you see

What do children have to do with the virus?
Just from that one 'doodle' out of the series they have planned, I see a police officer and a fire fighter receiving a 'heart' from the capital 'G'. . . The 'G' (god) gives out pedo heart (butts) to police and fire fighters, both of which are known to be big parts of the child trafficking industry?

Shelter-in-place certainly allows for more trafficking to go unnoticed.

The emphasis on 'self' in 'self-quarantine' makes me think they are consistently reminding us that this can't be forced and what ever happens is still up to the proles. With their collective power and free will, will they self (willingly) isolate or will they go outside because of all this bogus fear porn?


It's entirely based on voluntary compliance. That's why I think this was, among other things, a test of the docility of the public.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 08, 2020, 05:27:37 PM
Alice falls down a rabbits hole in 'Alice In Wonderland'. If Oz is somewhere over the rainbow, would 'Wonderland' be somewhere under it?
Would her falling down a hole and arriving in a whole new land be symbolic of her descending into a lower plane?
We aren't the first ones on Earth and the majority of the remaining originals went underground. Did Alice enter their territory?
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 11, 2020, 12:17:25 AM
https://youtu.be/9lALswHu1G4
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on April 11, 2020, 02:06:02 AM
(https://i.imgur.com/P7zWAp8.jpg)
Bronze sculpture by Bruno Zach of the pagan deity Mercury as an offensively buffoonish Jewish man. The antisemitic intent of the work is not limited to the loathsome physical depiction. By making the Jewish man in the image of Mercury, the depiction merged Jewish identity with a practice it condemned, idol worship. Mercury was frequently used to symbolize idolatry in rabbinical literature. Mercury was the Roman god of merchants and travellers, as well as thieves, and his caduceus was originally a magical wand used for incantations and alchemy. These were all professions - commerce, peddling, theft, and alchemy, with which Jews were associated in longheld stereotypes.

https://collections.ushmm.org/search/catalog/irn537029
Title: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on April 12, 2020, 03:42:28 PM
Here's a German-nationalist tale from Fairy Tales And Fables from Weimar Days.

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     Once upon a time there was a little king who was annoyed that the sun rose over the mountains without much ado. So he commanded the sun to
     wait until he summoned it.
     The sun paid no attention to him.
     The little king became furious. He commanded his ministers to have chains and rope brought to him along with ten thousand soldiers. And the little king
     swore that he would tie the sun to the earth.
     The sun climbed higher and higher.
     The little king scrambled up the tower. He had a thousand cannons placed around the tower, and from its peak he cried out to the sun, "I'm greater than
     you!"
     He took a lantern, lit it, and said, "And I shine as well."
     But the sun climbed higher.
     The woods below the king began to bustle.
     The birds began to sing.
     The animals appeared on the meadows sparkling in the morning dew and greeted the sun.
     The little king trembled with fear and anger.
     His subjects came out of their houses, gazed at the sun and at the little king high up on the tower. He fumed and yelled that he would kill anyone who
     dared to say that the sun was more powerful than he was.
     The subjects were petrified.
     But a little child began to laugh. A bunch of little children laughed. The entire troop of little children laughed. Then mothers also laughed; fathers, old
     people, girls, boys, and the oldest grandmothers laughed. Everyone laughed. The trees laughed, the animals laughed, the tiniest blades of grass laughed.
     The laughing of the people, animals, and grass mounted until it became like a violent, roaring storm.
     And there were no longer any subjects!
     The little king scampered down the stairs of his tower. And the king's henchmen hid quickly in their cellars. However, the people dragged them from their
     hiding places, bound them, and forced them to walk in the sun.
     Thereafter, they all went about their daily work.
     Except for the children, who ran into the meadows, danced, and sang.
     And the sun smiled.
Title: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on April 15, 2020, 04:52:40 AM
I’m wondering what’s the significance of the legend of st George riding a pale white horse while slaying a dragon.

George is the patron saint of: Georgia, England, Egypt, Bulgaria, Aragon, Catalonia, Romania, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Iraq, Lithuania, Palestine, Portugal, Serbia, Ukraine and Russia;
the cities of Genoa, Amersfoort, Beirut, Botoşani, Drobeta Turnu-Severin, Timişoara, Fakiha, Bteghrine, Cáceres, Ferrara, Freiburg, Kragujevac, Kumanovo, Ljubljana, Pérouges, Pomorie, Preston, Qormi, Rio de Janeiro, Lod, Lviv, Barcelona, Moscow and Victoria;
the Scout Movement and the Order of the Garter.

The Order of the Garter, founded by King Edward III in 1348 is supposedly  the most powerful "Order" in the world (1012 members since 1348).
It includes 6 Holy Roman Emperors, some former British Prime Ministers, and lots of members of the British and other royal families.
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 16, 2020, 09:23:59 PM
Disappointed atm one of the guys on Youtube I follow who's been having issues with the Police / BBC etc seems to have struck a deal / sold out and now claims that conspiracy theorists are paranoid, delusional BPD sufferers. :/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hII07vfPw5M

Just two weeks ago he was claiming that the british government does secret assasinations on it's own people.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-B8-2y2vSM

Sad.

Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 16, 2020, 09:44:31 PM
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Disappointed atm one of the guys on Youtube I follow who's been having issues with the Police / BBC etc seems to have struck a deal / sold out and now claims that conspiracy theorists are paranoid, delusional BPD sufferers. :/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hII07vfPw5M

Just two weeks ago he was claiming that the british government does secret assasinations on it's own people.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-B8-2y2vSM

Sad.

One way
Or another
They're gonna find ya
They're gonna get get get get get ya
Title: Random musings
Post by: FluffyFractal on April 17, 2020, 08:25:24 PM
I think this is the right thread for this completely unrelated post. 

On the old board, I remember that someone was looking for a decent translation of '200 Years Together' by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.  A few days ago, anon randomly posted this archive link on /pol/: https://archive.org/details/200YearsTogether/mode/2up 

I took the liberty of making an MP3 so that I can 'read' it while painting.  I'm on page 73.  Holy crap.  Talk about living the same themes over and over and over again.  You could substitute 'American Corporate Leadership' for 'Tsar' and the story remains the same.  Why do we NEVER learn?  Why do they NEVER change?  SMH.  >:(
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 17, 2020, 08:34:43 PM
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I think this is the right thread for this completely unrelated post. 

On the old board, I remember that someone was looking for a decent translation of '200 Years Together' by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.  A few days ago, anon randomly posted this archive link on /pol/: https://archive.org/details/200YearsTogether/mode/2up 

I took the liberty of making an MP3 so that I can 'read' it while painting.  I'm on page 73.  Holy crap.  Talk about living the same themes over and over and over again.  You could substitute 'American Corporate Leadership' for 'Tsar' and the story remains the same.  Why do we NEVER learn?  Why do they NEVER change?  SMH.  >:(

History repeats itself and time is a circle. A circle/wheel exists where there is imbalance. Jews worship the force of imbalance itself and tilt it in their favor.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: FluffyFractal on April 17, 2020, 08:48:08 PM
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History repeats itself and time is a circle. A circle/wheel exists where there is imbalance. Jews worship the force of imbalance itself and tilt it in their favor.

I'm more and more convinced you're correct.  But why does the wheel exist or equal imbalance, and does that mean time is imbalanced because it's a circle?  In your opinion what does balance look like?
 
Sorry for the barrage of questions.  Would love to gain more insights. :)
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Winds of Change on April 17, 2020, 11:35:42 PM
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History repeats itself and time is a circle. A circle/wheel exists where there is imbalance. Jews worship the force of imbalance itself and tilt it in their favor.

I'm more and more convinced you're correct.  But why does the wheel exist or equal imbalance, and does that mean time is imbalanced because it's a circle?  In your opinion what does balance look like?
 
Sorry for the barrage of questions.  Would love to gain more insights. :)

Not speaking for Watchers, but thought I might say what I think of 'balance'. 

If perfect balance is achieved, there is no motion.  Wavering imbalance is needed for things to happen.  The universe always seeks balance, yet only achieves it momentarily.  If it were to balance out perfectly and remain that way, that would be stagnation. 

Quantum physics talks about the 'strange attractor', which makes things happen because it always tips the balance.  New energy always comes in to the system and then works its way through as it attenuates (degrades). 
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 18, 2020, 12:19:59 PM
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History repeats itself and time is a circle. A circle/wheel exists where there is imbalance. Jews worship the force of imbalance itself and tilt it in their favor.

I'm more and more convinced you're correct.  But why does the wheel exist or equal imbalance, and does that mean time is imbalanced because it's a circle?  In your opinion what does balance look like?
 
Sorry for the barrage of questions.  Would love to gain more insights. :)

Not speaking for Watchers, but thought I might say what I think of 'balance'. 

If perfect balance is achieved, there is no motion.  Wavering imbalance is needed for things to happen.  The universe always seeks balance, yet only achieves it momentarily.  If it were to balance out perfectly and remain that way, that would be stagnation. 

Quantum physics talks about the 'strange attractor', which makes things happen because it always tips the balance.  New energy always comes in to the system and then works its way through as it attenuates (degrades).

It's not about balance, ita about fusion, synthesis, the reconciling of opposed forces
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on April 18, 2020, 04:07:18 PM
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History repeats itself and time is a circle. A circle/wheel exists where there is imbalance. Jews worship the force of imbalance itself and tilt it in their favor.

I'm more and more convinced you're correct.  But why does the wheel exist or equal imbalance, and does that mean time is imbalanced because it's a circle?  In your opinion what does balance look like?
 
Sorry for the barrage of questions.  Would love to gain more insights. :)

Not speaking for Watchers, but thought I might say what I think of 'balance'. 

If perfect balance is achieved, there is no motion.  Wavering imbalance is needed for things to happen.  The universe always seeks balance, yet only achieves it momentarily.  If it were to balance out perfectly and remain that way, that would be stagnation. 

Quantum physics talks about the 'strange attractor', which makes things happen because it always tips the balance.  New energy always comes in to the system and then works its way through as it attenuates (degrades).

The natural world is in constant motion. Is it not balanced?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 18, 2020, 07:29:12 PM
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History repeats itself and time is a circle. A circle/wheel exists where there is imbalance. Jews worship the force of imbalance itself and tilt it in their favor.

I'm more and more convinced you're correct.  But why does the wheel exist or equal imbalance, and does that mean time is imbalanced because it's a circle?  In your opinion what does balance look like?
 
Sorry for the barrage of questions.  Would love to gain more insights. :)

Not speaking for Watchers, but thought I might say what I think of 'balance'. 

If perfect balance is achieved, there is no motion.  Wavering imbalance is needed for things to happen.  The universe always seeks balance, yet only achieves it momentarily.  If it were to balance out perfectly and remain that way, that would be stagnation. 

Quantum physics talks about the 'strange attractor', which makes things happen because it always tips the balance.  New energy always comes in to the system and then works its way through as it attenuates (degrades).

The natural world is in constant motion. Is it not balanced?

Tell me what is "balanced" in nature.  There is a STRUGGLE for balance however
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Winds of Change on April 18, 2020, 09:19:09 PM
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History repeats itself and time is a circle. A circle/wheel exists where there is imbalance. Jews worship the force of imbalance itself and tilt it in their favor.

I'm more and more convinced you're correct.  But why does the wheel exist or equal imbalance, and does that mean time is imbalanced because it's a circle?  In your opinion what does balance look like?
 
Sorry for the barrage of questions.  Would love to gain more insights. :)

Not speaking for Watchers, but thought I might say what I think of 'balance'. 

If perfect balance is achieved, there is no motion.  Wavering imbalance is needed for things to happen.  The universe always seeks balance, yet only achieves it momentarily.  If it were to balance out perfectly and remain that way, that would be stagnation. 

Quantum physics talks about the 'strange attractor', which makes things happen because it always tips the balance.  New energy always comes in to the system and then works its way through as it attenuates (degrades).

It's not about balance, ita about fusion, synthesis, the reconciling of opposed forces

Yes, the nuts and bolts.  Balance is just a word that describes it all happening over a period of time, sort of like a statistic.  At the interface (moment to moment), it's all about opposing forces manifesting, maintaining, or destroying things.  The duality.
Title: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on April 18, 2020, 09:51:39 PM
homeostasis
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on April 18, 2020, 11:37:55 PM
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History repeats itself and time is a circle. A circle/wheel exists where there is imbalance. Jews worship the force of imbalance itself and tilt it in their favor.

I'm more and more convinced you're correct.  But why does the wheel exist or equal imbalance, and does that mean time is imbalanced because it's a circle?  In your opinion what does balance look like?
 
Sorry for the barrage of questions.  Would love to gain more insights. :)

Not speaking for Watchers, but thought I might say what I think of 'balance'. 

If perfect balance is achieved, there is no motion.  Wavering imbalance is needed for things to happen.  The universe always seeks balance, yet only achieves it momentarily.  If it were to balance out perfectly and remain that way, that would be stagnation. 

Quantum physics talks about the 'strange attractor', which makes things happen because it always tips the balance.  New energy always comes in to the system and then works its way through as it attenuates (degrades).

The natural world is in constant motion. Is it not balanced?

Tell me what is "balanced" in nature.  There is a STRUGGLE for balance however


The solar system comes to mind.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Firefly369 on April 18, 2020, 11:51:58 PM
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Tell me what is "balanced" in nature.  There is a STRUGGLE for balance however

The flower of life is balanced. 
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 19, 2020, 07:05:03 AM
Look at a wave like the stock market over 6 months it can look like a healthy flat line but look at it AS IT HAPPENS and it's a load of peaks and troughs. We are supposed to live in the moment not in the past / future. The illusion of calm is just that, an illusion of chaos +either time or perspective.

If I go outside and look at the forest it looks calm but really what's going on inside the forest is anything but calm...

Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 19, 2020, 02:20:36 PM
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homeostasis

That's a struggle for balance. Homeostasis doesnt exist anywhere it is constantly being sought.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 19, 2020, 02:22:16 PM
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History repeats itself and time is a circle. A circle/wheel exists where there is imbalance. Jews worship the force of imbalance itself and tilt it in their favor.

I'm more and more convinced you're correct.  But why does the wheel exist or equal imbalance, and does that mean time is imbalanced because it's a circle?  In your opinion what does balance look like?
 
Sorry for the barrage of questions.  Would love to gain more insights. :)

Not speaking for Watchers, but thought I might say what I think of 'balance'. 

If perfect balance is achieved, there is no motion.  Wavering imbalance is needed for things to happen.  The universe always seeks balance, yet only achieves it momentarily.  If it were to balance out perfectly and remain that way, that would be stagnation. 

Quantum physics talks about the 'strange attractor', which makes things happen because it always tips the balance.  New energy always comes in to the system and then works its way through as it attenuates (degrades).

The natural world is in constant motion. Is it not balanced?

Tell me what is "balanced" in nature.  There is a STRUGGLE for balance however


The solar system comes to mind.

A) is the solar system nature
B) https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.dispatch.com/article/20150619/NEWS/306199629%3ftemplate=ampart

The imbalance is why we live
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 19, 2020, 02:23:42 PM
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Tell me what is "balanced" in nature.  There is a STRUGGLE for balance however

The flower of life is balanced.

Symmetry is not balance
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 19, 2020, 02:46:46 PM
Balance doesn't exist.

Illusion of balance:
(https://miro.medium.com/max/520/1*ffWtkMLu9CcMvDJmwikxKw.png)
Reality:
(https://css-tricks.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/yin_yang.gif)
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on April 19, 2020, 04:08:46 PM
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Balance doesn't exist.

Illusion of balance:
(https://miro.medium.com/max/520/1*ffWtkMLu9CcMvDJmwikxKw.png)
Reality:
(https://css-tricks.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/yin_yang.gif)


The bottom image is balanced as long as it keeps moving. Ergo, balance does not preclude motion.


Yes, the solar system is nature because it occurs without the use of technology.


Symmetry is the spatial form of balance. Balance is equilibrium.


Homeostasis is the balance that is constantly striven for but never reached. In math, it is called an assymptote, a value that a curve approaches closer and closer but never reaches over a finite distance. Homeostasis may never be reached in finite time, but in infinite time, yes, all is balanced.


My sun in Libra talking 8)
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Ntwadumela on April 19, 2020, 07:31:20 PM
I like to think that if balance can truly exist, it can only be temporary and for good reason.

I think if we define nature as the physical place that isn't inside our home, we can potentially assert that balance doesn't exist in nature, but I think the nature of our reality was once in fact balance. Frankly, I've described Creator before as itself being what we would attempt to call balance (I prefer the word Harmony, though).
Of course, I'm far from being even a novice when it comes to things outside of this physical realm.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on April 19, 2020, 08:27:23 PM
for me balance would mean absolute stillness, but the universe is in constant motion
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Firefly369 on April 19, 2020, 11:55:58 PM
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Tell me what is "balanced" in nature.  There is a STRUGGLE for balance however

The flower of life is balanced.

Symmetry is not balance

From Latin symmetria, from Ancient Greek συμμετρία (summetría), from σύμμετρος (súmmetros, “symmetrical”), from σύν (sún, “with”) + μέτρον (métron, “measure”). Synchronically, syn- +‎ -metry.

Pronunciation
(Received Pronunciation) enPR: sĭʹmĭtrĭ, IPA(key): /ˈsɪmɪtɹi/[1]
Noun
symmetry (countable and uncountable, plural symmetries)

1.  Exact correspondence on either side of a dividing line, plane, center or axis.
2.  The satisfying arrangement of a balanced distribution of the elements of a whole.


Symmetry IS balanced. 

But obviously we stray far from Creator and our origins, and away from our Flower of Life centers and away from such balance. 
The Kaballah speaks of the Path of Harmony and how we should aim for it, because they know it is good to achieve that equilibrium.  Buddhist temples were designed to be symmetrical, with Buddha in the center, because they believe he was able to achieve that balance.   Worshipers are reminded that the journey is to bring harmony within oneself. 

The pathway to balance is spirituality and one cannot expect to be near balanced without that.  It's the return to Creator, and to our origins within us, that allows us to walk near that path of equilibrium. 
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on April 20, 2020, 06:49:58 AM
China, international sex trafficking, genetically modified monsters in underground bases, ancient worldwide underground tunnel system, dragon family, gold, kings crown beer crests, vampires, OWO vs NWO, underground military missions, hell is real you can go there and slay demons
https://i.4pcdn.org/x/1586648431126.png
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>imagine being the most powerful nation on earth
>you have 11 aircraft carriers. each carrier has it's own fleet to back it up
>there are only 20 fixed wing aircraft carriers in the world
>you have the CIA, trillions of dollars, all the science, all the resources
>but you can't stop this faction from stealing 800,000 white children every year
you would do everything to stop this. JFK went pretty far. Imagine a conspiracy so big that even after you figure out what it is and who they are, you still don't know who they are. Even now, what good is 'go underground, and keep going'. what address is that? what bank account number belongs to Mr Underground? this is the most complicated campaign in human history, and the funny thing about it is that there was no way the intelligence community could miss it. the first thing the NSA would realize is that all this shit is going on where it shouldn't, like underneath the reservoir west of wichita. there's a lot of internet traffic for a reservoir, and a lot of heat signatures too. even apple figured this shit out, because people carry their iphone with them. even marines do it, and apple discovered secret US bases because they keep their phones in their pocket past the guard station.

How do you take what is so large and obvious, and make it secret? I think it's impossible for something as large as the DIA to operate unseen, i mean where would the money come from? it would cost trillions, and take decades, you would need to develop technology that did not even exist in order to explore these tunnels faster than archeologists exploring giza in the 80's. there is no oxygen in these tunnels, sometimes they are poisoned. what happens when marines drop into a pitfall? you gave them a gas mask and thermal night vision, not a whip, they aren't indiana jones. do you invent batman grapple hooks? well what part of the army does that? what happens when the opponent starts looking into your operation? could you demolish a building to hide your own operation, like tower 7, while the opponent is tricked into hitting the twin towers which you already moved the goods out of?

You don't give the home team enough credit, corruption is not a strategy and it betrays no motive. you can't discern anything with a shallow gambit like that.

What is the black budget, and is it friend or foe?
>speak friend, and enter
>filled with dead civilizations that eat men, and monsters
think fast because life is not fair. have a good night lads.
>if you meet Sgt. Major Joseph Vega in a bar, don't ask him why he's drinking so much
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on April 20, 2020, 06:53:29 AM
Googled the Sgt.
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Sgt. Maj. Joe Vega is the Hollywood-version of an operator: chiseled physique, a master breacher and a demolition expert. He played key roles in the capture of a South American dictator and the death of a Colombian drug lord, and he conducted operations against a Somali political leader who hindered international relief efforts. The last operation was made famous by the movie Black Hawk Down depicting the 1993 operation called “Restore Hope.” He was awarded the Silver Star for his actions. Later in Iraq in 2003, he was awarded a second Silver Star. Vega’s missions during his time in a Special Mission Unit are not releasable. The award simply states, “For his ability to consolidate and reorganize under extreme duress.”
This 4chan anon resonates truth.
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 20, 2020, 08:47:01 AM
What is this, next door to the Greystone Mansion in LA? It looks like it has multiple underground / almost bunker entrances, it's not listed and has no name that I could find. Also the green building in between the properties reminds me of the green buildings on epstein island...

https://www.google.com/maps/place/34%C2%B005'29.7%22N+118%C2%B024'10.6%22W/@34.0915834,-118.4051277,965m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m14!1m7!3m6!1s0x80c2bc2116e5b6c3:0xb369a319893961b1!2s1012+N+Hillcrest+Rd,+Beverly+Hills,+CA+90210,+USA!3b1!8m2!3d34.0947235!4d-118.396855!3m5!1s0x0:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d34.0915788!4d-118.4029391
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 20, 2020, 09:19:27 AM
Also...eugh right in plain sight too
(https://i.imgur.com/HRkLRlA.png)
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on April 20, 2020, 10:21:13 AM
https://i.4pcdn.org/x/1586618810840.png
thoughts?
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on April 20, 2020, 12:26:42 PM
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China, international sex trafficking, genetically modified monsters in underground bases, ancient worldwide underground tunnel system, dragon family, gold, kings crown beer crests, vampires, OWO vs NWO, underground military missions, hell is real you can go there and slay demons
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>imagine being the most powerful nation on earth
>you have 11 aircraft carriers. each carrier has it's own fleet to back it up
>there are only 20 fixed wing aircraft carriers in the world
>you have the CIA, trillions of dollars, all the science, all the resources
>but you can't stop this faction from stealing 800,000 white children every year
you would do everything to stop this. JFK went pretty far. Imagine a conspiracy so big that even after you figure out what it is and who they are, you still don't know who they are. Even now, what good is 'go underground, and keep going'. what address is that? what bank account number belongs to Mr Underground? this is the most complicated campaign in human history, and the funny thing about it is that there was no way the intelligence community could miss it. the first thing the NSA would realize is that all this shit is going on where it shouldn't, like underneath the reservoir west of wichita. there's a lot of internet traffic for a reservoir, and a lot of heat signatures too. even apple figured this shit out, because people carry their iphone with them. even marines do it, and apple discovered secret US bases because they keep their phones in their pocket past the guard station.

How do you take what is so large and obvious, and make it secret? I think it's impossible for something as large as the DIA to operate unseen, i mean where would the money come from? it would cost trillions, and take decades, you would need to develop technology that did not even exist in order to explore these tunnels faster than archeologists exploring giza in the 80's. there is no oxygen in these tunnels, sometimes they are poisoned. what happens when marines drop into a pitfall? you gave them a gas mask and thermal night vision, not a whip, they aren't indiana jones. do you invent batman grapple hooks? well what part of the army does that? what happens when the opponent starts looking into your operation? could you demolish a building to hide your own operation, like tower 7, while the opponent is tricked into hitting the twin towers which you already moved the goods out of?

You don't give the home team enough credit, corruption is not a strategy and it betrays no motive. you can't discern anything with a shallow gambit like that.

What is the black budget, and is it friend or foe?
>speak friend, and enter
>filled with dead civilizations that eat men, and monsters
think fast because life is not fair. have a good night lads.
>if you meet Sgt. Major Joseph Vega in a bar, don't ask him why he's drinking so much
didn't see you posted it already..
https://www.newsweek.com/china-pushing-talmud-business-guide-69075
https://newrepublic.com/article/118477/shanghai-one-greatest-jewish-cities-ever-constructed
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 20, 2020, 02:10:26 PM
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Also...eugh right in plain sight too
(https://i.imgur.com/HRkLRlA.png)

This is presented by 'Dena Luciano'. 'Dena' apparently means 'valley' but can also be another variant of 'Diana', which means 'divine'. 'Luciano' means 'light'.
This is being presented by 'Divine Light'.

The actual picture itself has a (subverted) pedo spiral and a statue of someone in the self explanatory 'yoga' pose, 'child's pose'.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 20, 2020, 02:25:04 PM
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China, international sex trafficking, genetically modified monsters in underground bases, ancient worldwide underground tunnel system, dragon family, gold, kings crown beer crests, vampires, OWO vs NWO, underground military missions, hell is real you can go there and slay demons
https://i.4pcdn.org/x/1586648431126.png
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>imagine being the most powerful nation on earth
>you have 11 aircraft carriers. each carrier has it's own fleet to back it up
>there are only 20 fixed wing aircraft carriers in the world
>you have the CIA, trillions of dollars, all the science, all the resources
>but you can't stop this faction from stealing 800,000 white children every year
you would do everything to stop this. JFK went pretty far. Imagine a conspiracy so big that even after you figure out what it is and who they are, you still don't know who they are. Even now, what good is 'go underground, and keep going'. what address is that? what bank account number belongs to Mr Underground? this is the most complicated campaign in human history, and the funny thing about it is that there was no way the intelligence community could miss it. the first thing the NSA would realize is that all this shit is going on where it shouldn't, like underneath the reservoir west of wichita. there's a lot of internet traffic for a reservoir, and a lot of heat signatures too. even apple figured this shit out, because people carry their iphone with them. even marines do it, and apple discovered secret US bases because they keep their phones in their pocket past the guard station.

How do you take what is so large and obvious, and make it secret? I think it's impossible for something as large as the DIA to operate unseen, i mean where would the money come from? it would cost trillions, and take decades, you would need to develop technology that did not even exist in order to explore these tunnels faster than archeologists exploring giza in the 80's. there is no oxygen in these tunnels, sometimes they are poisoned. what happens when marines drop into a pitfall? you gave them a gas mask and thermal night vision, not a whip, they aren't indiana jones. do you invent batman grapple hooks? well what part of the army does that? what happens when the opponent starts looking into your operation? could you demolish a building to hide your own operation, like tower 7, while the opponent is tricked into hitting the twin towers which you already moved the goods out of?

You don't give the home team enough credit, corruption is not a strategy and it betrays no motive. you can't discern anything with a shallow gambit like that.

What is the black budget, and is it friend or foe?
>speak friend, and enter
>filled with dead civilizations that eat men, and monsters
think fast because life is not fair. have a good night lads.
>if you meet Sgt. Major Joseph Vega in a bar, don't ask him why he's drinking so much
didn't see you posted it already..
https://www.newsweek.com/china-pushing-talmud-business-guide-69075
https://newrepublic.com/article/118477/shanghai-one-greatest-jewish-cities-ever-constructed

I've only seen maybe one or two people ever mention anything about the 'Li's' when China's 'hidden hand' is concerned. Makes me feel like the majority of Asian 'leaks' are really just bs playing off basic truths and occult concepts but the as far as dealings and occult information with the China and Asia in general go, they have been, to the best of my knowledge, very good at keeping everything secret.

Just my opinion formed from a lack of information here, but the original link DimensionsOfYou shared talks about how despite (probably referring to the USA) has all the resources any normal person could think of available, they still apparently can't stop this global trafficking ring. My comment on that is they aren't dealing with humans but these ancient entities manipulating humans and monsters to carry out their work. Which is an entirely different issue all together.
Imagine you can easily kill a human but around 90% of conventional human assault tactics are useless against these monsters. I'm not sure if that's the case but I feel something close to it is. Not only that but if you politely ignore the whole 'occult' or 'meta' aspect of all this, you can't fight or even realize what your looking at effectively.

Also the Chinese openly say they are descendant of Dragon/reptilians godly beings. That should be taken into account when looking at their 'draconian' (funny term) methods of dealing with things and their big involvement and practically normalization of child/human trafficking.
It's freak to us but normal to them. Humans may have been a worthy opponent in their original, unaltered form but they were never the top of the food chain.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 23, 2020, 11:35:38 AM
The selling price for platinum (on Ampex) went up by almost 200$ in two days. All the other metals are going up faster than I have ever seen them in such a short duration.
The people around me say that its just trying to sucker people into buying 'useless metals' and they don't see 'how' there is any gain by owning the physical metal itself. They also claim that the prices will lower when things settle down,  but I'm pretty sure the prices aren't going to lower anytime soon.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 23, 2020, 01:04:53 PM
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The selling price for platinum (on Ampex) went up by almost 200$ in two days. All the other metals are going up faster than I have ever seen them in such a short duration.
The people around me say that its just trying to sucker people into buying 'useless metals' and they don't see 'how' there is any gain by owning the physical metal itself. They also claim that the prices will lower when things settle down,  but I'm pretty sure the prices aren't going to lower anytime soon.

Good let the idiots stay away. Guy what you can. Also prices WILL go lower. The paper market will dump positions to scare off newbies.

The fact that there are shortages at the institutional level and the 3 largest refineries in the world are shut down isnt going to change
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 23, 2020, 03:04:21 PM
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The selling price for platinum (on Ampex) went up by almost 200$ in two days. All the other metals are going up faster than I have ever seen them in such a short duration.
The people around me say that its just trying to sucker people into buying 'useless metals' and they don't see 'how' there is any gain by owning the physical metal itself. They also claim that the prices will lower when things settle down,  but I'm pretty sure the prices aren't going to lower anytime soon.

Good let the idiots stay away. Guy what you can. Also prices WILL go lower. The paper market will dump positions to scare off newbies.

The fact that there are shortages at the institutional level and the 3 largest refineries in the world are shut down isnt going to change

Do you have any estimate on when and by how much the prices will lower? Will they ever go back to what they were before this virus distraction started to happen or is the best time to buy it even if they go lower is now?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 23, 2020, 07:41:15 PM
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The selling price for platinum (on Ampex) went up by almost 200$ in two days. All the other metals are going up faster than I have ever seen them in such a short duration.
The people around me say that its just trying to sucker people into buying 'useless metals' and they don't see 'how' there is any gain by owning the physical metal itself. They also claim that the prices will lower when things settle down,  but I'm pretty sure the prices aren't going to lower anytime soon.

Good let the idiots stay away. Guy what you can. Also prices WILL go lower. The paper market will dump positions to scare off newbies.

The fact that there are shortages at the institutional level and the 3 largest refineries in the world are shut down isnt going to change

Do you have any estimate on when and by how much the prices will lower? Will they ever go back to what they were before this virus distraction started to happen or is the best time to buy it even if they go lower is now?

No way to tell the price is declared by fes bank of London and IMF everyday.  Its essentially arbitrary. But they need to keep enemies disinterested so they'll run it down dipshits will sell and they will buy it even cheaper
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 24, 2020, 07:00:12 AM
Anyone got any info on my previous post about the place next to the Greystone Manor? Can't even find an address for it.
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 25, 2020, 07:27:27 AM
Saw this today. Thought it was a good example of how ridiculous feminim and hungry weak men has made the world today. Note the dates.
(https://i.redd.it/l5okrhctnsu41.png)
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on April 25, 2020, 08:00:25 AM
John Jacob Astor had a townhouse at 233 Broadway in Manhattan and a country estate, Hellgate, in Northern New York City.
Hellgate. You can't make this shit up.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on April 25, 2020, 10:12:48 AM
North Brother Island, a stones throw from Hellsgate stands out immediately.

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North Brother Island[edit]

The northern of the islands was uninhabited until 1885, when Riverside Hospital moved there from Blackwell's Island (now known as Roosevelt Island). Riverside Hospital was founded in the 1850s as the Smallpox Hospital to treat and isolate victims of that disease. Its mission eventually expanded to other quarantinablediseases, with the most recent being the Tuberculosis Pavilion, which was opened in 1943 and was almost immediately obsolete.[6]

The island was the site of the wreck of the General Slocum, a steamship that burned on June 15, 1904. Over 1,000 people died either from the fire on board the ship, or from drowning before the ship beached on the island's shores.[7]

According to Joseph Mitchell – a newspaper reporter and a short-story writer for The New Yorker – the island was the site of many outings of "The Honorable John McSorley Pickle, Beefsteak, Baseball Nine, and Chowder Club" organized by John McSorley of McSorley's Old Ale House; photos of the outings are featured on the walls of the bar.[8]

Mary Mallon, also known as Typhoid Mary, was confined to the island for over two decades until she died there in 1938.[9][5] The hospital closed shortly thereafter.

Following World War II, the island housed war veterans who were students at local colleges and their families. After the nationwide housing shortage abated, the island was again abandoned until the 1950s, when a center opened to treat adolescent drug addicts. The facility claimed it was the first to offer treatment, rehabilitation, and education facilities to young drug offenders. Heroin addicts were confined to this island and locked in a room until they were clean. Many of them believed they were being held against their will. By the early 1960s widespread staff corruption and patient recidivism forced the facility to close.[citation needed]The facility is said to have been the inspiration for the Broadway play Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?, which helped to launch the career of Al Pacino.[6]

Over the years, various New York City mayors have explored what to do with the island. John Lindsay, for instance, proposed to sell it, and Ed Koch thought it could be converted into housing for the homeless. The city also considered using it as an extension of the jail at Rikers Island.[6]

Now a bird sanctuary for herons and other wading shorebirds,[6] the island is currently abandoned and off-limits to the public. Most of the original hospitals' buildings still stand, but are heavily deteriorated and in danger of collapse, and a dense forest conceals the ruined hospital buildings. In October 2014, New York City Council member Mark Levine, Chair of the City Council's Parks Committee, led a delegation to visit the island,[10] and declared his desire afterwards to open the island for limited "light-touch, environmentally sensitive" public access.[11] In October 2016, New York magazine reported that the Council had commissioned a study from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Design, followed by a public hearing, on how the island could be converted into a park with controlled access by the public.[6]
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on April 26, 2020, 05:18:28 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjKyuqb2oME

very interesting... Vanga says the tomb of Bastet lies there...
http://visit.guide-bulgaria.com/a/870/sanctuary_of_the_goddess_bastet.htm
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: FluffyFractal on May 01, 2020, 09:38:58 AM
Ok which one of you wrote this? (Screenshot related from /pol/ thread last night).
I don't remember anyone claiming Epstein was Rofsy, just that Epstein followed the protocols of Rofsy.
But maybe I misread.

I have mixed feelings about referencing this site on /pol/. 
On the one hand, it would be nice to lead more serious non-npc's here.
OTOH, do you really want more spam and shills?
I suppose that, to those serious about seeking, they shall find...
Title: Random musings
Post by: Zelezny on May 01, 2020, 03:22:48 PM
Did Rofy not make several indications he was (((British)))
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on May 01, 2020, 07:51:40 PM
At one point he mentions the great significance of "triptych" as a question and no one gets it.

I wonder

https://www.ijpsonline.com/articles/dna-triple-helix-formation-a-potential-tool-for-genetic-repair.html

Original humans had 1 strand of DNA, current for have 2 strands. Science ponders that 3 strands would repair ones genetics so for interbreeding they could have all of the positives of their original strand without the mutations of the incest?
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 01, 2020, 11:31:19 PM
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At one point he mentions the great significance of "triptych" as a question and no one gets it.

I wonder

https://www.ijpsonline.com/articles/dna-triple-helix-formation-a-potential-tool-for-genetic-repair.html

Original humans had 1 strand of DNA, current for have 2 strands. Science ponders that 3 strands would repair ones genetics so for interbreeding they could have all of the positives of their original strand without the mutations of the incest?

From what I remember discussing this before, the 'triple helix' is a misunderstanding of what happens when someone 'activates' their DNA.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on May 01, 2020, 11:36:39 PM
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Ok which one of you wrote this? (Screenshot related from /pol/ thread last night).
I don't remember anyone claiming Epstein was Rofsy, just that Epstein followed the protocols of Rofsy.
But maybe I misread.

I have mixed feelings about referencing this site on /pol/. 
On the one hand, it would be nice to lead more serious non-npc's here.
OTOH, do you really want more spam and shills?
I suppose that, to those serious about seeking, they shall find...


I have no recollection of any discussion on here that Jeffy was Rofsy. My gut tells me Rofsy was Nathaniel.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on May 01, 2020, 11:39:56 PM
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At one point he mentions the great significance of "triptych" as a question and no one gets it.

I wonder

https://www.ijpsonline.com/articles/dna-triple-helix-formation-a-potential-tool-for-genetic-repair.html (https://www.ijpsonline.com/articles/dna-triple-helix-formation-a-potential-tool-for-genetic-repair.html)

Original humans had 1 strand of DNA, current for have 2 strands. Science ponders that 3 strands would repair ones genetics so for interbreeding they could have all of the positives of their original strand without the mutations of the incest?


What if original humans had 3 strands and it was reduced to 2?  8)
Title: Random musings
Post by: Zelezny on May 02, 2020, 11:11:32 PM
I think this is a direct metaphor to our situation as hu-mans

https://twitter.com/solbrah/status/1256780120125145088?s=21
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on May 03, 2020, 01:55:56 AM
Great thread. Reminds me of something... Always wondered why they called it "project monarch". At first I thought maybe it was related to brain patterns resembling butterflies, but later came to me that monarch butterflies (as we studied in school ironically) take a multi generational journey to end up at a destination.
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 03, 2020, 02:13:30 AM
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Great thread. Reminds me of something... Always wondered why they called it "project monarch". At first I thought maybe it was related to brain patterns resembling butterflies, but later came to me that monarch butterflies (as we studied in school ironically) take a multi generational journey to end up at a destination.

Monarch butterflies also demonstrate genetic memory. At least that's the main reason I read for the title of the project. What you teach one (especially programming) will be inherited by the following generation.
Imagine a long line of slaves all built on a foundation of just one ancestor who was heavily programmed. Of course, the programming has to be maintained in the new generations but eventually it will sustain itself.

Also think Psyche and Eros, 'butt-erflies' and 'how' they actually program people and the etymology of 'monarch'.
Title: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on May 03, 2020, 02:29:45 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7iVWK2W48o

I love, love, love the original song but here's a new version with butterfly imagery lol. @1:40. It tells the same story as the Arcade Fire video that I theorized about the Nephilim. Victorian fairies also have butterfly wings.

Are certain psyches returning because of Project Monarch, or is it vice versa?
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on May 08, 2020, 01:29:05 PM
A great sadness overtook me today. Employees (who's currently abroad) wife came in for some shekels with their son, no problem with that. This kid had some mental issues before, but it wasn't anything that noticeble. I found out that she had sent the kid to some psychaitric institution for a few weeks.. Now the kid looked at my colleague and asked the mother is that my father? That moment was like a hornets sting in the heart... To think what shit they pumped him with in the hospital or what tortures he had to go through breaks my heart. Plus the guy is abroad on the job for a long time now due to the scamdemic and we sent him there.. If he wasn't there maybe this wouldn't have happened.
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Post by: IAmToday777 on May 08, 2020, 01:45:18 PM
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A great sadness overtook me today. Employees (who's currently abroad) wife came in for some shekels with their son, no problem with that. This kid had some mental issues before, but it wasn't anything that noticeble. I found out that she had sent the kid to some psychaitric institution for a few weeks.. Now the kid looked at my colleague and asked the mother is that my father? That moment was like a hornets sting in the heart... To think what shit they pumped him with in the hospital or what tortures he had to go through breaks my heart. Plus the guy is abroad on the job for a long time now due to the scamdemic and we sent him there.. If he wasn't there maybe this wouldn't have happened.

That's an unfortunate thing to experience. It's always hard to see people who depend on us suffering, especially experiencing suffering that could have likely been avoided with the proper utilization of a little thought and logic.

I have a guy who works for me that I have similar feelings about. He drives a newer car than I do even though I pay him. He bought an early 2000's model BMW. I told him it would give him problems. He should buy something else that will be cheaper to maintain and repair but I guess chicks just don't go for guys with paid off cars in his mind. Now he's dealing with a major coolant problem and considering walking away from the car. Some lessons just have to be learned. Perhaps some lessons are only learned after multiple lifetimes?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: IAmToday777 on May 08, 2020, 02:20:48 PM
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A great sadness overtook me today. Employees (who's currently abroad) wife came in for some shekels with their son, no problem with that. This kid had some mental issues before, but it wasn't anything that noticeble. I found out that she had sent the kid to some psychaitric institution for a few weeks.. Now the kid looked at my colleague and asked the mother is that my father? That moment was like a hornets sting in the heart... To think what shit they pumped him with in the hospital or what tortures he had to go through breaks my heart. Plus the guy is abroad on the job for a long time now due to the scamdemic and we sent him there.. If he wasn't there maybe this wouldn't have happened.

That's an unfortunate thing to experience. It's always hard to see people who depend on us suffering, especially experiencing suffering that could have likely been avoided with the proper utilization of a little thought and logic.

I have a guy who works for me that I have similar feelings about. He drives a newer car than I do even though I pay him. He bought an mid 2000's model BMW. I told him it would give him problems. He should buy something else that will be cheaper to maintain and repair but I guess chicks just don't go for guys with paid off cars in his mind. Now he's dealing with a major coolant problem and considering walking away from the car. Some lessons just have to be learned. Perhaps some lessons are only learned after multiple lifetimes?

Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on May 08, 2020, 02:28:00 PM
Chicks don't go for 10 year old cars either unless it's an M3. If it is, and it sounds like E46 model, tell him it's likely just a squeezed radiator. Known fault on e46...cheap fix.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on May 08, 2020, 03:04:57 PM
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A great sadness overtook me today. Employees (who's currently abroad) wife came in for some shekels with their son, no problem with that. This kid had some mental issues before, but it wasn't anything that noticeble. I found out that she had sent the kid to some psychaitric institution for a few weeks.. Now the kid looked at my colleague and asked the mother is that my father? That moment was like a hornets sting in the heart... To think what shit they pumped him with in the hospital or what tortures he had to go through breaks my heart. Plus the guy is abroad on the job for a long time now due to the scamdemic and we sent him there.. If he wasn't there maybe this wouldn't have happened.

That's an unfortunate thing to experience. It's always hard to see people who depend on us suffering, especially experiencing suffering that could have likely been avoided with the proper utilization of a little thought and logic.

I have a guy who works for me that I have similar feelings about. He drives a newer car than I do even though I pay him. He bought an early 2000's model BMW. I told him it would give him problems. He should buy something else that will be cheaper to maintain and repair but I guess chicks just don't go for guys with paid off cars in his mind. Now he's dealing with a major coolant problem and considering walking away from the car. Some lessons just have to be learned. Perhaps some lessons are only learned after multiple lifetimes?
They're not the smartest of the lot... Will never respect that woman for sending her kid to this instution, enrages me.. Still I want whats best for them and feel responsibility no matter how pleb-tier they are. As GiG would say, might be my sun in virgo talking :D
Title: Random musings
Post by: iknownothing on May 09, 2020, 03:57:09 PM
Watching "The Hunt"

I gather it is a film where the rich left / Dems kill poor Republican righties for sport.

Can you imagine what heads would role if that was the other way round?

It got cancelled a year or two but full release now.

What a world we live in where there's dualities but its perfectly acceptable for one duality to opress the other as long as they are the "correct side"

Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on May 09, 2020, 07:19:34 PM
Funny thing is - they don't have the numbers... trump already won by a majority, and dems have to cheat big time just to keep up. People only think they do because the press/media is so overtly left. So everyone thinks everyone's liberal, when in reality most were already far right of that, and now they're getting pushed REALLY far right with everything happening.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: IAmToday777 on May 09, 2020, 09:41:59 PM
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Funny thing is - they don't have the numbers... trump already won by a majority, and dems have to cheat big time just to keep up. People only think they do because the press/media is so overtly left. So everyone thinks everyone's liberal, when in reality most were already far right of that, and now they're getting pushed REALLY far right with everything happening.

I share this sentiment.
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on May 15, 2020, 12:50:41 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gf9rd0xwrZM&feature=emb_title
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on May 15, 2020, 01:08:48 PM
Trump saying military is mobilized to give out the vaccine. Thoughts? #trustheplan ?
Title: Random musings
Post by: ironclad on May 15, 2020, 01:54:10 PM
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Trump saying military is mobilized to give out the vaccine. Thoughts? #trustheplan ?

They were already doing door to door testing in Maine I believe
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on May 16, 2020, 01:07:53 PM
Cheese
Chesed
Child love
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Chesed (Hebrew: חֶסֶד, also Romanized ḥesed) is a Hebrew word.

In its positive sense, the word is used of kindness or love between people, of piety of people towards God as well as of love or mercy of God towards humanity. It is frequently used in Psalms in the latter sense, where it is traditionally translated "lovingkindness" in English translations.

In Jewish theology it is likewise used of God's love for the Children of Israel, and in Jewish ethics it is used for love or charity between people.[1] Chesed in this latter sense of "charity" is considered a virtue on its own, and also for its contribution to tikkun olam (repairing the world). It is also considered the foundation of many religious commandments practiced by traditional Jews, especially interpersonal commandments.

Chesed is also one of the ten Sephirot on the Kabbalistic Tree of Life. It is given the association of kindness and love, and is the first of the emotive attributes of the sephirot.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on May 16, 2020, 01:09:37 PM
The root chasad has a primary meaning of "eager and ardent desire"

Conflating love with lust. Classic jew.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on May 16, 2020, 02:41:44 PM
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The root chasad has a primary meaning of "eager and ardent desire"

Conflating love with lust. Classic jew.

Chesed is also the house of Jupiter, the planet of desire and overindulgence  :(
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 18, 2020, 12:34:27 AM
Will you elaborate on this? Do you mean that people will merge with machines more than they have now or something else? Will we publicly see the first cyborgs in the next 10 years?

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Cyber security will be an antiquated notion in 10 years. Personal computer is going to be a literal term
https://nrgiseternal.com/let-s-get-down-dirty/one-for-the-money/msg1655/#msg1655
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on May 18, 2020, 03:48:24 AM
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Will you elaborate on this? Do you mean that people will merge with machines more than they have now or something else? Will we publicly see the first cyborgs in the next 10 years?

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Cyber security will be an antiquated notion in 10 years. Personal computer is going to be a literal term
https://nrgiseternal.com/let-s-get-down-dirty/one-for-the-money/msg1655/#msg1655

Somewhat the former and weve all already seen cyborgs
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 18, 2020, 06:46:49 PM
Thoughts on sororities and fraternities? The 'Greek life' trying to be revived but all the negative aspects of it.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on May 18, 2020, 09:41:39 PM
I have a buddy (known him for 20+ years) and I'll say one thing... He won't tell me the oath he took for his fraternity. Whatever they tell these guys, it REALLY sticks.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on May 24, 2020, 12:13:24 AM
I've been wondering how they're going to push for wide spread adoption of cameras in indoor spaces. The writing is on the wall for this in pop culture references. Thinking these nursing home videos are one of the first steps. Problem reaction solution.

Next step, increased domestic abuse scenarios, robberies and murders, maybe... can't see that far right now. I've heard with 5g it won't really be necessary as they'll essentially have high resolution radar in virtually every home.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 24, 2020, 02:07:05 AM
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Next step, increased domestic abuse scenarios, robberies and murders, maybe... can't see that far right now.

This isn't that far of a reach considering the already too large (and growing) presence of dindus. Think that 'Ring' doorbell video camera was a somewhat successful project from what I've looked into it.
Still am amazed anyone let a camera get strapped to their door considering the already wide reports of them getting hacked easily.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on May 24, 2020, 09:59:36 AM
Ring is nuts, you can sign up for free and see those around you that post... It's a weird/creepy layer to the state of things. And there's so much opportunity for false positives (for example a person posted a video of a woman trying to enter a house, thinking it was being burglared, turned out it was a cleaning lady that got the address wrong) lots of scenarios like that  Also the "nextdoor" app for getting to know your neighbors. Is very creepy. Seems to attract all the association Nazis.
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on May 25, 2020, 06:35:48 AM
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stress equals pressure per unit area, whereas strain equals deformation per unit length. The difference is critical. It is stress that triggers all growth: physical, psychological, emotional, whatever. Think back over your life, and remember the times when you exploded to a new level of
potential. Almost invariably, it was in response to something uncomfortable in your life, either the urge to avoid pain, or the desire to reach a new level of pleasure.

As long as the stress is handled gradually enough for your body-mind’s progressive adaptation response to kick in, the only way your system can respond is by growing stronger. This is called Anabolism.
If, on the other hand, the stress happens too quickly, too strongly, or for too long, you get strain, and begin to break down. Or, contrarily, if the stress does not happen at all, you atrophy and begin to fall apart. This is called Catabolism.

This stress can be psychological as well as physical; imagined, as well as real. Strange as it may seem, your nervous system doesn’t differentiate between an actual event and one vividly imagined. The link between mind and body explains both the efficiency and flaw of a traditional lie-detection apparatus: The stress of concealing information from an interrogator triggers a cascade of physiological events: depth and
rate of breathing, pupillary contraction, galvanic skin response, blood pressure, heart rate, and more.

That’s the bad news. The good news is that the feedback loop goes both ways. If you can control some of
these physiological reflexes, the others will often come along for the ride
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 25, 2020, 05:52:07 PM
Someone creates a poison. Another person/group distributes the poison. A very large group of people completely unrelated to the previous two groups buys and consumes the poison.
Shortly after all this, many people fall sick and ill for many generations to come.
People still buy the poison and the group responsible for it being everywhere continues to create it, distribute it and grow very wealthy from the suffering of the masses.

The truth about the poison that everyone consumes is easily accessible but not everyone bothers to research it.

Who is at fault here for the destruction of the proles?

Is the Jew who peddles the poison to blame, or is it the people who buy and consume it knowing very well no one is making them buy and consume it?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Winds of Change on May 26, 2020, 12:01:08 AM
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Someone creates a poison. Another person/group distributes the poison. A very large group of people completely unrelated to the previous two groups buys and consumes the poison.
Shortly after all this, many people fall sick and ill for many generations to come.
People still buy the poison and the group responsible for it being everywhere continues to create it, distribute it and grow very wealthy from the suffering of the masses.

The truth about the poison that everyone consumes is easily accessible but not everyone bothers to research it.

Who is at fault here for the destruction of the proles?

Is the Jew who peddles the poison to blame, or is it the people who buy and consume it knowing very well no one is making them buy and consume it?

Both at fault.  One for knowing and the other for not knowing, but the one knowing, started it to begin with.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: FluffyFractal on May 29, 2020, 06:46:50 PM
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Someone creates a poison. Another person/group distributes the poison. A very large group of people completely unrelated to the previous two groups buys and consumes the poison.
Shortly after all this, many people fall sick and ill for many generations to come.
People still buy the poison and the group responsible for it being everywhere continues to create it, distribute it and grow very wealthy from the suffering of the masses.

The truth about the poison that everyone consumes is easily accessible but not everyone bothers to research it.

Who is at fault here for the destruction of the proles?

Is the Jew who peddles the poison to blame, or is it the people who buy and consume it knowing very well no one is making them buy and consume it?

Both at fault.  One for knowing and the other for not knowing, but the one knowing, started it to begin with.
The poisons are ubiquitous: drugs, alcohol, the water supply, the phood supply, media, entertainment and social mores.

When we had Traditional Religoys society, we kept poison ingestion in check through shame and intolerance of said poisons.  They have destroyed the safety belts and it's 100 mph over the cliff (and p.s. they stole the airbags).  What a utopia they've created!  Are they only capable of ugliness, destruction, moral hazard and filth?
Title: Random musings
Post by: Zelezny on May 29, 2020, 09:53:52 PM
Are there any esoteric implications of your skin “tanning” when exposed to Sol?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Winds of Change on May 29, 2020, 10:54:31 PM
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Someone creates a poison. Another person/group distributes the poison. A very large group of people completely unrelated to the previous two groups buys and consumes the poison.
Shortly after all this, many people fall sick and ill for many generations to come.
People still buy the poison and the group responsible for it being everywhere continues to create it, distribute it and grow very wealthy from the suffering of the masses.

The truth about the poison that everyone consumes is easily accessible but not everyone bothers to research it.

Who is at fault here for the destruction of the proles?

Is the Jew who peddles the poison to blame, or is it the people who buy and consume it knowing very well no one is making them buy and consume it?

Both at fault.  One for knowing and the other for not knowing, but the one knowing, started it to begin with.
The poisons are ubiquitous: drugs, alcohol, the water supply, the phood supply, media, entertainment and social mores.

When we had Traditional Religoys society, we kept poison ingestion in check through shame and intolerance of said poisons.  They have destroyed the safety belts and it's 100 mph over the cliff (and p.s. they stole the airbags).  What a utopia they've created!  Are they only capable of ugliness, destruction, moral hazard and filth?

The whole fabric is poisoned, as you say...  in every way possible, but the trusting, gullible nature of people puts them at fault in a way.  The traditional religions were what kept them from making dumb choices (mostly) and I agree that it was a better situation then.  Fear of consequences has been mostly removed and irresponsibility reigns.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on May 31, 2020, 03:56:14 AM
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Are there any esoteric implications of your skin “tanning” when exposed to Sol?


Melanin. Some people tan easily while others burn. The darker the skin, the more native to earth. The lighter the skin...

Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 01, 2020, 01:09:14 AM
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Are there any esoteric implications of your skin “tanning” when exposed to Sol?


Melanin. Some people tan easily while others burn. The darker the skin, the more native to earth. The lighter the skin...

Those native to earth seem to lack the creative and intellectual capabilities of those not from earth. I used to think it was strange the aboriginals in Australia were so dark, but now that doesn't seem so far fetched.
Remember that people with melanin are 'made of darkness', which is what 'melanin' means, 'black'. People who lack it should be made of light, right?
I don't understand the purpose of 'tanning'. It seems like a Jewish invention.

Apparently, people with melanin 'generate' energy when they interact with sunlight. That's what I see people who advocate for how 'special' it is claim anyway, not sure how valid it is or not.
If it was accurate and we continue this train of thought, I think it would imply that people lacking it have 'light' or 'energy' inside of them already. So Africans/blacks need to get their energy from the sun but whites don't appear to, at least not in the same way if anything I recently mentioned is accurate.
Just interesting that's all. Remember there is still only one race/group of people that have actual 'color' to their physical features (blue, green, 'hazel' eyes, blonde, orange, red hair) and its not nogs.
Another example of TPTB's reversals. Calling literally 'darkness' and people of it having 'color' and calling 'whites' or 'lights' people 'without color', even though there would be no color or anything in general without light.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 01, 2020, 02:36:20 AM
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Are there any esoteric implications of your skin “tanning” when exposed to Sol?


Melanin. Some people tan easily while others burn. The darker the skin, the more native to earth. The lighter the skin...

Those native to earth seem to lack the creative and intellectual capabilities of those not from earth. I used to think it was strange the aboriginals in Australia were so dark, but now that doesn't seem so far fetched.
Remember that people with melanin are 'made of darkness', which is what 'melanin' means, 'black'. People who lack it should be made of light, right?
I don't understand the purpose of 'tanning'. It seems like a Jewish invention.

Apparently, people with melanin 'generate' energy when they interact with sunlight. That's what I see people who advocate for how 'special' it is claim anyway, not sure how valid it is or not.
If it was accurate and we continue this train of thought, I think it would imply that people lacking it have 'light' or 'energy' inside of them already. So Africans/blacks need to get their energy from the sun but whites don't appear to, at least not in the same way if anything I recently mentioned is accurate.
Just interesting that's all. Remember there is still only one race/group of people that have actual 'color' to their physical features (blue, green, 'hazel' eyes, blonde, orange, red hair) and its not nogs.
Another example of TPTB's reversals. Calling literally 'darkness' and people of it having 'color' and calling 'whites' or 'lights' people 'without color', even though there would be no color or anything in general without light.

Tanning encourages miscegenation it subconsciously prevent white  people to believe dark skin is sexy
Title: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 01, 2020, 03:07:37 AM
What I wonder—if caucasians are represented across ancient civilizations’ elite, yet we’re new to the game, how did our ancestors subjugate the others?
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 01, 2020, 11:34:57 AM
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What I wonder—if caucasians are represented across ancient civilizations’ elite, yet we’re new to the game, how did our ancestors subjugate the others?

How do you know we subjugated others
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 01, 2020, 12:08:58 PM
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How do you know we subjugated others

I only assume some power struggle occurred, not necessarily through violence.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 01, 2020, 12:17:57 PM
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How do you know we subjugated others

I only assume some power struggle occurred, not necessarily through violence.

Allow me to rephrase how did you first come to know we subjugated others
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 01, 2020, 01:22:26 PM
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Allow me to rephrase how did you first come to know we subjugated others

Deduction from the king-of-the-hill trope. I assume we asserted our condition, violence is the easy idea, if not guile, migration, or sublimation.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 01, 2020, 01:49:24 PM
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Allow me to rephrase how did you first come to know we subjugated others

Deduction from the king-of-the-hill trope. I assume we asserted our condition, violence is the easy idea, if not guile, migration, or sublimation.

Don't overthink this who first told you and where were you first told white people subjugated others
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 01, 2020, 02:12:13 PM
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Don't overthink this who first told you and where were you first told white people subjugated others

No one, and nowhere. Are you saying we had no need to manipulate the hierarchy?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ironclad on June 01, 2020, 02:16:22 PM
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Don't overthink this who first told you and where were you first told white people subjugated others

No one, and nowhere. Are you saying we had no need to manipulate the hierarchy?

Did you maybe get the idea in early education, school ? White founders of America and African slave trade? Media?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 01, 2020, 02:24:18 PM
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Did you maybe get the idea in early education, school ? White founders of America and African slave trade? Media?

Of course its influence is always there but I attribute the thought to a martial disposition that finds anything less, boring lol. If you want something, you take it. I’m wondering how we acquired our position if we did not take it.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ironclad on June 01, 2020, 02:27:08 PM
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Did you maybe get the idea in early education, school ? White founders of America and African slave trade? Media?

Of course its influence is always there but I attribute the thought to a martial disposition that finds anything less, boring lol. If you want something, you take it. I’m wondering how we acquired our position if we did not take it.

So America wasn’t the land that was taken from the Indians?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 01, 2020, 02:32:37 PM
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So America wasn’t the land that was taken from the Indians?

Exactly, we’ve had no problem subjugating the world with empire in recent history. Now this discussion makes it seem we did not do the same when we came to this planet in ancient times?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 01, 2020, 04:31:28 PM
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So America wasn’t the land that was taken from the Indians?

Exactly, we’ve had no problem subjugating the world with empire in recent history. Now this discussion makes it seem we did not do the same when we came to this planet in ancient times?

If the light that Thoth brought to this density (which was originally formless and dark) 'kicked out' (or maybe better phrased 'made space') 'the originals' and other beings to allow for us to exist 'here', wouldn't that imply some kind of power struggle or a 'conquering and acquisition of land which once belonged to another'?

Maybe there wasn't any actual 'struggle' at first, considering that 'light' always seems to make a space for itself no matter how dark it is. Perhaps our story is something along those lines.
I did come to understand that we are engaged in a long, ancient war with the 'eternal darkness' and the beings that were kicked out (to make space for us) but now have figured out how to manipulate the light that cast them out.

There was a hierarchy already on this density, full of many interesting and hard to fathom monsters before we came here. If we were really that strong that we just 'assumed control' without any struggle at all (because of our gift of the 'spark' from Creator), despite the hierarchy of demons and other entities that fought for control and power among each other, then how did we arrive to where we are now?
It would seem as if there are some 'ancient race traitors' that sold out humanity (sacrificed light to dark, white to black) to these dark gods, which ultimately resulted to our current position.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 01, 2020, 05:51:49 PM
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Maybe there wasn't any actual 'struggle' at first, considering that 'light' always seems to make a space for itself no matter how dark it is. Perhaps our story is something along those lines.

I hold that idea as well, perhaps through whatever “magick,” the world shifted accordingly and we required no great conquest.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 02, 2020, 12:08:04 AM
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Don't overthink this who first told you and where were you first told white people subjugated others

No one, and nowhere. Are you saying we had no need to manipulate the hierarchy?

So at no point in your formal education where you're taught the concept of colonialism White Man's Burden Manifest Destiny or imperialism
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 02, 2020, 12:09:33 AM
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So America wasn’t the land that was taken from the Indians?

Exactly, we’ve had no problem subjugating the world with empire in recent history. Now this discussion makes it seem we did not do the same when we came to this planet in ancient times?

In actuality we no more took this land from the Indians and they were taking it from each other to imply that they were all living as one unified people is ridiculous. The Comanche were bloodthirsty cannibalistic Savages who was terroristic exploits have been chronicled at Great length. Just because we won hundreds of years later people want to paint us as the villain, although people may be too generous a term

Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 02, 2020, 01:04:11 AM
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So at no point in your formal education where you're taught the concept of colonialism White Man's Burden Manifest Destiny or imperialism

Of course, I’m trying to understand how the programming solves my wondering if caucasians were once conquerors. Is the notion of white imperialism a fault in itself?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Museten on June 02, 2020, 01:32:46 AM
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So at no point in your formal education where you're taught the concept of colonialism White Man's Burden Manifest Destiny or imperialism

Of course, I’m trying to understand how the programming solves my wondering if caucasians were once conquerors. Is the notion of white imperialism a fault in itself?
Is it conquering if it was bought outright with goods/money? Is it conquering if after arriving and setting up camp, you're attacked and defend yourself?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 02, 2020, 01:41:00 AM
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So at no point in your formal education where you're taught the concept of colonialism White Man's Burden Manifest Destiny or imperialism

Of course, I’m trying to understand how the programming solves my wondering if caucasians were once conquerors. Is the notion of white imperialism a fault in itself?
Is it conquering if it was bought outright with goods/money? Is it conquering if after arriving and setting up camp, you're attacked and defend yourself?

It seems as if the Jew has taught us to believe that we (and our ancestors) were not in fact, strong willed, determined, visionaries but instead something less. They do this by instilling the seed of doubt at a young age in the 'education' institutions.
We saw land/ something we wanted, we came, and we took it. It may not have been easy or simple, but nonetheless, its ours now. No Jew or subversive force can take that away from us and our ancestors or erase it from our memories.
Doesn't matter how they want to mix the words and concepts around, we saw something and we grabbed it and made it ours. That's the point and we are strong, intelligent and capable enough to do so.

When you get people questioning whether their strong and mighty ancestors who worked hard to accumulate something of worth to leave behind for inheritance was 'stolen' or in bad taste, the future generations will feel like their inheritance is not really theirs.
This will result in a less patriotic, less nationalist attitude and allow the supplanting of the (((parasite))) to thrive and convince us to give them our inheritance.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 02, 2020, 01:49:02 AM
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Is it conquering if it was bought outright with goods/money? Is it conquering if after arriving and setting up camp, you're attacked and defend yourself?

Of course not, if anything I advocate glory and gore, today more than ever. I’m wondering if Whites gleefully, shamelessly conquered the planet in our early years, before Alexander or Genghis. I asked because I want to challenge the programming that says we are not, or should not, assert dominance.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 02, 2020, 01:53:05 AM
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When you get people questioning whether their strong and mighty ancestors who worked hard to accumulate something of worth to leave behind for inheritance was 'stolen' or in bad taste, the future generations will feel like their inheritance is not really theirs.

Well put. I’m saying we should laugh in their face and say “yep, we did steal it.” “yep, we did pillage and rape to get here. want us to do it again?”

If the world isn’t ours to claim for that gloat, a continent or two should be.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Winds of Change on June 02, 2020, 02:06:29 AM
The hindsight has been spun.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Museten on June 02, 2020, 02:06:37 AM
This is why I hate the buffet psy op where huge wealthy estates are being "donated." As if their use of the money and it's influence will go away... Same thing with the estate tax, it's absolutely infuriating how one can pay taxes on everything, at every level and then - hey you're dead, let's take a shit load from your children.
Title: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on June 02, 2020, 11:18:22 AM
the idea of manifest destiny was masonic, right?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 02, 2020, 11:50:13 AM
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Are there any esoteric implications of your skin “tanning” when exposed to Sol?


Melanin. Some people tan easily while others burn. The darker the skin, the more native to earth. The lighter the skin...

Those native to earth seem to lack the creative and intellectual capabilities of those not from earth. I used to think it was strange the aboriginals in Australia were so dark, but now that doesn't seem so far fetched.
Remember that people with melanin are 'made of darkness', which is what 'melanin' means, 'black'. People who lack it should be made of light, right?
I don't understand the purpose of 'tanning'. It seems like a Jewish invention.

Apparently, people with melanin 'generate' energy when they interact with sunlight. That's what I see people who advocate for how 'special' it is claim anyway, not sure how valid it is or not.
If it was accurate and we continue this train of thought, I think it would imply that people lacking it have 'light' or 'energy' inside of them already. So Africans/blacks need to get their energy from the sun but whites don't appear to, at least not in the same way if anything I recently mentioned is accurate.
Just interesting that's all. Remember there is still only one race/group of people that have actual 'color' to their physical features (blue, green, 'hazel' eyes, blonde, orange, red hair) and its not nogs.
Another example of TPTB's reversals. Calling literally 'darkness' and people of it having 'color' and calling 'whites' or 'lights' people 'without color', even though there would be no color or anything in general without light.

Tanning encourages miscegenation it subconsciously prevent white  people to believe dark skin is sexy

Lol. . .


Girl, 12, is left seriously injured after her father, 41, accidentally drives over while she was sunbathing in the driveway of their family home
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8377699/Girl-12-seriously-injured-father-drives-sunbathing-driveway.html

Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on June 03, 2020, 09:07:08 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seWClM_wWvY
how does it make you feel listening to this?

Another explanation of origin of the name ‘Finland’ given in the Oera Linda is that it is a pun on ‘Finda’ (the primal mother of the eastern tribes) and ‘Fine’ - because of their formal feasts that were run by the ruling class. The Freisians (writers of the OLB) noted with disapproval their affinity for magical practice that were conducted by the ‘Magi’ ruling class.

“They were not wild, like many of Finda's tribes, but equal to the Egyptians. They have priests like them, and now that they have temples, idols as well. The priests are the only masters. They call themselves Magyars. The supreme one is called Magus. He is the high priest and king in one. All other folk are trivial and entirely under their rule. They do not even have a name, but we call them Finns, because, although their feasts are altogether dreary and bloody, they are much more ‘fine’ or formal than ours. They are not to be envied, however, because they are slaves of the priests and — much worse — to their creeds.” [OLB 051]
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Undestroyer on June 03, 2020, 09:21:56 AM
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This is why I hate the buffet psy op where huge wealthy estates are being "donated." As if their use of the money and it's influence will go away... Same thing with the estate tax, it's absolutely infuriating how one can pay taxes on everything, at every level and then - hey you're dead, let's take a shit load from your children.
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the idea of manifest destiny was masonic, right?
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the idea of manifest destiny was masonic, right?

Columbia/Semiramus/Isis is the mascot
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 05, 2020, 01:18:41 AM
Anyone wanna see real magick...


https://mobile.twitter.com/DanScavino/status/1268738637333700608
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 05, 2020, 01:28:41 AM
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https://mobile.twitter.com/DanScavino/status/1268738637333700608

Any hint as to what's really the cause of this and what it means?

This isn't the first time (although its not that common) that an obelisk was struck by lightning. The tip of the monument is pretty interesting, I think. Looks like an orgonite pyramid, for the lack of a better description.
I wonder whats going on beneath the monument, underground.

Washington Monument Lightning Rod - Washington, D.C
https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/washington-monument-lightning-rod
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: K on June 05, 2020, 01:29:08 AM
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https://mobile.twitter.com/DanScavino/status/1268738637333700608

Is this similar to that instance that lightning stuck the Trump tower when he began running for president, or is that unrelated?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 05, 2020, 01:54:16 AM
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https://mobile.twitter.com/DanScavino/status/1268738637333700608

Is this similar to that instance that lightning stuck the Trump tower when he began running for president, or is that unrelated?

Ironically completely unrelated
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Undestroyer on June 05, 2020, 10:35:51 AM
How ab
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https://mobile.twitter.com/DanScavino/status/1268738637333700608

Is this similar to that instance that lightning stuck the Trump tower when he began running for president, or is that unrelated?

Ironically completely unrelated
Is it related to the renovations they did on the monument?
Title: Random musings
Post by: FluffyFractal on June 05, 2020, 10:42:28 AM
I've been randomly musing about their INVERSIONS.  These people have a sick sense of humor.

BLACK LIVES MATTER
DIVERSITY IS OUR GREATEST STRENGTH
SOCIAL JUSTICE
LAND OF THE FREE
ANTI DEFAMATION LEAGUE

Feel free to add to the list. :)
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Undestroyer on June 05, 2020, 11:37:24 AM
I thought of another inversion.
They got caught hijcking anonymous and guy fawkes.

Well guy fawkes is really a big anti lgbt symbol.

The left is clearly retarded but its probably more rubbing our nose in it and commie confusionary tactics. Up us down north is south.
Title: Random musings
Post by: nobody on June 05, 2020, 06:52:41 PM
Guessing there's some Tesla esque tech under / inside that monument.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Undestroyer on June 05, 2020, 07:01:42 PM
I got to climb it when it was under rennivation in 1999 or eas it 2000
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on June 07, 2020, 08:39:59 PM
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I got to climb it when it was under rennivation in 1999 or eas it 2000
https://www.phantomsandmonsters.com/
More of our local Mothman Dude stayed for the Riots/Race War. Color matched , Must have his own Hangar there ,frequent visitor
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 09, 2020, 10:06:43 PM
A crystal ball is a natural 'looking glass' than say something like a computer monitor or your iPhone?
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on June 11, 2020, 12:18:22 PM
(https://i.4cdn.org/pol/1591885506585.jpg)
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on June 11, 2020, 12:20:16 PM
“In Astrology, the moon, among its other meanings, has that of "the common people," who submit (they know not why) to any independent will that can express itself with sufficient energy. The people who guillotined the mild Louis XVI died gladly for Napoleon. The impossibility of an actual democracy is due to this fact of mob-psychology. As soon as you group men, they lose their personalities. A parliament of the wisest and strongest men in the nation is liable to behave like a set of schoolboys, tearing up their desks and throwing their inkpots at each other. The only possibility of co-operation lies in discipline and autocracy, which men have sometimes established in the name of equal rights.”
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 11, 2020, 11:59:03 PM
Is Rofsy's group related to this?

London's oldest playhouse the Red Lion - which paved the way for Shakespeare and 'marked the dawn of Elizabethan theatre' - is found in Whitechapel
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-8403509/Londons-oldest-Elizabethan-playhouse-known-Red-Lion-unearthed.html
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 13, 2020, 09:30:04 PM
What did you (Nick) mean by this when you originally posted it saying "Fire walk with me"?

(https://i.postimg.cc/Nj5rDHG4/fwwm.jpg)

I searched for the image online and I found it seems to be from this thread originally.

"WTF IS THIS"
http://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/18104525/

Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: nobody on June 13, 2020, 10:06:17 PM
Anyone feel like this guy is "from one of the families" he mentions being home schooled too.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=db-Xn2gzGxU
Title: Random musings
Post by: AllKeyMe on June 14, 2020, 01:31:19 PM
So since they do not want us to be able to read cursive. I wonder if you guys know any of these documents written in cursive that we are not supposed to be able to read?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 14, 2020, 06:26:47 PM
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So since they do not want us to be able to read cursive. I wonder if you guys know any of these documents written in cursive that we are not supposed to be able to read?

The Constitution
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 14, 2020, 08:30:01 PM
What is an immortal


Im mortal
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: K on June 14, 2020, 10:39:22 PM
So earlier I was at my parent's house and was laying on the couch trying to nap, not meditate, and when my mom entered the room and turned the TV on I had this image flash in my head quite briefly on what I've began calling my "internal screen." It was basically just a black screen with a line of white text that looked like several letters and numbers, it flashed too quickly to read.

I call it my "internal screen" to differentiate its appearance as compared to how a dream usually looks in my head, as it were images on a tv or computer screen right behind my eyes. So far, I've only seen it a few times while asleep and dreaming and not awake.

 Maybe it's possible someone could pick up on some signal meant for an electronic device?
Title: Random musings
Post by: nobody on June 15, 2020, 01:59:51 AM
This might be low hanging fruit to the pedo hunters out there: https://old.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/h90i7p/24m_im_a_professional_porn_artist_with_little/
Title: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on June 15, 2020, 05:30:48 AM
The Old Roman Cursive persisted even to the 4th century in legal documents. In 367, it was banned from public use, and only the imperial chancery was allowed to use the script.
https://sites.dartmouth.edu/ancientbooks/2016/05/25/ancient-fonts-rustic-capitals-old-and-new-roman-cursive/
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on June 15, 2020, 05:42:08 AM
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What is an immortal


Im mortal
does IM mean ''not'' and ''mortal'' it dies?
late 14c., "deathless," from Latin immortalis "deathless, undying" (of gods), "imperishable, endless" (of fame, love, work, etc.), from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + mortalis "mortal

If we look at it from modern english, one could think immortal means being a mortal (trading your eternality for being ''immortal''). Just some random musings.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3Os2Z6OF60
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on June 15, 2020, 01:15:57 PM
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The Old Roman Cursive persisted even to the 4th century in legal documents. In 367, it was banned from public use, and only the imperial chancery was allowed to use the script.
https://sites.dartmouth.edu/ancientbooks/2016/05/25/ancient-fonts-rustic-capitals-old-and-new-roman-cursive/
(https://i.imgur.com/hNM4bhZ.png)
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on June 16, 2020, 05:51:59 AM
Plato Timaeus 41d-44d: "And having made it he divided the whole mixture into souls equal in number to the stars, and assigned each soul to a star; and having there placed them as in a chariot, he showed them the nature of the universe, and declared to them the laws of destiny"
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 16, 2020, 06:05:20 AM
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Plato Timaeus 41d-44d: "And having made it he divided the whole mixture into souls equal in number to the stars, and assigned each soul to a star; and having there placed them as in a chariot, he showed them the nature of the universe, and declared to them the laws of destiny"

Stars and planets are transcended beings. Crowley knew this too apparently. "Every man and every woman is a star."
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on June 16, 2020, 06:17:44 AM
Remember when Nick told us to buy desalination tech?
This just showed itself to me today
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/quenchsea-turn-seawater-into-freshwater#/
 8)
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 16, 2020, 08:35:42 AM
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Plato Timaeus 41d-44d: "And having made it he divided the whole mixture into souls equal in number to the stars, and assigned each soul to a star; and having there placed them as in a chariot, he showed them the nature of the universe, and declared to them the laws of destiny"

Stars and planets are transcended beings. Crowley knew this too apparently. "Every man and every woman is a star."

As [stars] above, so [stars] below.
As [stars] without, so [stars] within.

May be more to it than this, but any stars or planets on (or near) the Eastern horizon of your birth show where your energy originates. A program like Stellarium will give you an exact display.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on June 16, 2020, 09:21:34 AM
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So since they do not want us to be able to read cursive. I wonder if you guys know any of these documents written in cursive that we are not supposed to be able to read?

The Constitution
Oh Hell YES Eerie How You Kin.
https://www.conservativereview.com/news/horowitz-conservatives-get-massacred-fake-conservative-scotus/
We are in a time of War and live in a fallen time and as we've experienced there are those seeking to impose themselves their  will and ways on the White majority so shite there must be fractions somebody has to fall on their Sword for this BS the Romans took responsibility for theirs and handled  it. Courts today are a Potemkin Village scenario so  you are and may be   phuked over be forewarned and keep the faith baby, kick some ass! Phuk them
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: nobody on June 16, 2020, 07:37:30 PM
price typo or something else?

(https://i.imgur.com/n0bjnn6.png)
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 16, 2020, 09:30:46 PM
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price typo or something else?

(https://i.imgur.com/n0bjnn6.png)


I've been telling you guys to be careful with the stooge for a while
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Undestroyer on June 16, 2020, 10:49:47 PM
I have found that point where i wish to avoid discussing politics (or even overhear a conversation containing politics) with people who historically and conspicuously stopped discussing politics with me 20 years ago.

Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: MRCH on June 17, 2020, 01:29:51 AM
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I have found that point where i wish to avoid discussing politics (or even overhear a conversation containing politics) with people who historically and conspicuously stopped discussing politics with me 20 years ago.
I’ve reached a point where discussing anything and saying more than 2 words, even with family, feels like a herculean task.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 17, 2020, 01:58:20 AM
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I have found that point where i wish to avoid discussing politics (or even overhear a conversation containing politics) with people who historically and conspicuously stopped discussing politics with me 20 years ago.

What helped me was once I learned that the  only stimulant for growth is agitation I learned not only not to mind it but to embrace it
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on June 18, 2020, 10:11:15 PM
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I have found that point where i wish to avoid discussing politics (or even overhear a conversation containing politics) with people who historically and conspicuously stopped discussing politics with me 20 years ago.

What helped me was once I learned that the  only stimulant for growth is agitation I learned not only not to mind it but to embrace it
Heh heh does rile them when I laugh at the expressions on the faces while  trying to explain the African nature , invites stopped from some of the cuckier in laws Stay Safe !
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 19, 2020, 03:20:52 AM
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I have found that point where i wish to avoid discussing politics (or even overhear a conversation containing politics) with people who historically and conspicuously stopped discussing politics with me 20 years ago.

What helped me was once I learned that the  only stimulant for growth is agitation I learned not only not to mind it but to embrace it
Heh heh does rile them when I laugh at the expressions on the faces while  trying to explain the African nature , invites stopped from some of the cuckier in laws Stay Safe !

Pardon the profanity but I fuckin love you sheepdog
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Firefly369 on June 19, 2020, 09:35:36 AM
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What is an immortal


Im mortal

If Impossible means I'm possible,

wouldn't Immortal mean I'm death?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 19, 2020, 11:41:40 AM
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What is an immortal


Im mortal

If Impossible means I'm possible,

wouldn't Immortal mean I'm death?


I was hoping someone would take the bait
 Immortal= I'm mortal
What does it mean
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 19, 2020, 12:21:33 PM
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What is an immortal


Im mortal

If Impossible means I'm possible,

wouldn't Immortal mean I'm death?


I was hoping someone would take the bait
 Immortal= I'm mortal
What does it mean

Literally 'I'm destructive to life', 'I'm doomed to die and subject to death', 'I'm destined to die' and 'I'm deserving of death'. A very literal 'death pledge' at least one step above 'mortgage'.
Declaring yourself an 'I'm mortal' actually seems less like a pledge and more of a declaration. If we live by the sentences we construct for ourselves, well, then the implications of this are obvious.
Death is a choice in all its variants and this seems like one way to catch people who try to beat the programming. Speak of Death and Death will come. This is literally Proverbs 18:21 in action.

We aren't meant to atrophy physically or otherwise. Saying 'I'm mortal' is like a self initiation into the Death cult that has sieged war on us since ancient times. By doing this, the negative aspects of Saturn are venerated.

We are eternal and are inherently magic but we throw away that magic with all literal poison we eat, drink and breath. We also fuck our magic away. The price of living a 'normal life' of a 'mortal' is the magic of being an eternal master and co creator of the universe.

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mortal (adj.)
"late 14c., "deadly, destructive to life; causing or threatening death" (of illness, poisons, wounds, etc.); also, of persons or the body, "doomed to die, subject to death;" from Old French mortel "destined to die; deserving of death" and directly from Latin mortalis "subject to death, mortal, of a mortal, human," from mors (genitive mortis) "death.""
https://www.etymonline.com/word/mortal


Another random musing is the character from the show 'Rick and Morty'. 'Morty' is part 'mortis' combined with 'E' so its 'Mort-E'. For what its worth.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 19, 2020, 07:56:40 PM
It's literally a plain sight declaration that the supposed Mortals are in fact divine
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 19, 2020, 09:45:27 PM
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It's literally a plain sight declaration that the supposed Mortals are in fact divine

So your saying that 'immortal' is actually not related to the etymology of 'mortal' (subject to death) and is really showing that we are divine by combining 'I'm' and 'Mortal' to form 'Immortal'? A reversal of sorts but if not that its definitely word play.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 20, 2020, 01:40:06 AM
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It's literally a plain sight declaration that the supposed Mortals are in fact divine

So your saying that 'immortal' is actually not related to the etymology of 'mortal' (subject to death) and is really showing that we are divine by combining 'I'm' and 'Mortal' to form 'Immortal'? A reversal of sorts but if not that its definitely word play.

Have you ever looked at the etymology of the word mortal and wonder why it was assigned to humans
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on June 20, 2020, 09:33:45 AM
https://tammuz.com/
Sad.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 20, 2020, 01:12:19 PM
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It's literally a plain sight declaration that the supposed Mortals are in fact divine

So your saying that 'immortal' is actually not related to the etymology of 'mortal' (subject to death) and is really showing that we are divine by combining 'I'm' and 'Mortal' to form 'Immortal'? A reversal of sorts but if not that its definitely word play.

Have you ever looked at the etymology of the word mortal and wonder why it was assigned to humans

Negative programming to enforce the notion that we are not divine. Right, we aren't in fact subject to death but they need us to consent to it through many layers of self destructive programming and habits fueled with our magic to convince people is real.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 20, 2020, 01:28:39 PM
Mortal, late 14c., "deadly, destructive to life; causing or threatening death"

Humans love to destroy. What if that’s not a bad thing like we’re ((told))?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 20, 2020, 01:42:30 PM
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Mortal, late 14c., "deadly, destructive to life; causing or threatening death"

Humans love to destroy. What if that’s not a bad thing like we’re ((told))?


Do they though?  Walk up to 10 people and tru and start a fight like the first 10 people you see. Tell me.what happens
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 20, 2020, 01:53:36 PM
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Do they though?  Walk up to 10 people and tru and start a fight like the first 10 people you see. Tell me.what happens

People castrated by the system. Walk up to a toddler and tell them he can’t rampage through his brother’s city of blocks, or pull their cousin’s hair, or bite their chosen enemies. They don’t understand until (morality) is forced.
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on June 20, 2020, 01:59:56 PM
For anyone else like me that pulls down all antifa, communism, feminism and other bullshit stickers they see in the urban landscape, here is a fantastic tool for disseminating counterpoints. Load up your favorite memes and take it to the streets.
(https://assets.vinyl2.com/images/YQP24ZLNN7REMLF6NLLK643BIU.gif)
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/princube-the-world-s-smallest-mobile-color-printer#/
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 20, 2020, 02:46:40 PM
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Do they though?  Walk up to 10 people and tru and start a fight like the first 10 people you see. Tell me.what happens

People castrated by the system. Walk up to a toddler and tell them he can’t rampage through his brother’s city of blocks, or pull their cousin’s hair, or bite their chosen enemies. They don’t understand until (morality) is forced.

Apparently the system (Military) acknowledged at some point that its not naturally in people to attack someone else (especially with the intent to kill). I haven't really looked into this that much so if there are some flaws in what I'm linking then keep that in mind (but do share still).

I remember this being touched upon in the old forum.

How soldiers deal with the job of killing - BBC News
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-13687796

And FWIW, this Reddit thread:

IsItBullshit: Most soldiers won't shoot to kill? - reddit
https://www.reddit.com/r/IsItBullshit/comments/2dcajb/isitbullshit_most_soldiers_wont_shoot_to_kill/
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 20, 2020, 03:11:42 PM
I do know this. My grandma evaluated disabled veterans, going back to ‘Nam. Many disabled vets are never combatants but were nurses and the like, they witness trauma and they’re scarred for life. She once told me so many soldiers are unphased, or flat out enjoy the murder and gore, that it’s ruined her conception of psychological (biological) morality.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 20, 2020, 03:29:55 PM
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I do know this. My grandma evaluated disabled veterans, going back to ‘Nam. Many disabled vets are never combatants but were nurses and the like, they witness trauma and they’re scarred for life. She once told me so many soldiers are unphased, or flat out enjoy the murder and gore, that it’s ruined her conception of psychological (biological) morality.

They may have enjoyed it at some point but (at least my point) did they start out that way? Is it naturally in them?

Is a man who has no external (entity and programming) influence still driven to be violent with the intent to kill others?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 20, 2020, 03:41:38 PM
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It's literally a plain sight declaration that the supposed Mortals are in fact divine

So your saying that 'immortal' is actually not related to the etymology of 'mortal' (subject to death) and is really showing that we are divine by combining 'I'm' and 'Mortal' to form 'Immortal'? A reversal of sorts but if not that its definitely word play.

Have you ever looked at the etymology of the word mortal and wonder why it was assigned to humans

Negative programming to enforce the notion that we are not divine. Right, we aren't in fact subject to death but they need us to consent to it through many layers of self destructive programming and habits fueled with our magic to convince people is real.

Running with this idea and going off on a tangent. The 'originals' and related claim we are inferior, yet they are the ones who try their best to farm us for our literal essence (spark) which Creator gifted only to us (humans). The result of this would make them 'immortal' but not in the truest sense.

They need to continually feed upon us like a parasite or vampire while we are naturally capable of said immortality in the truest sense of the word (we are not meant to atrophy physically or otherwise).
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 20, 2020, 04:12:30 PM
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Is a man who has no external (entity and programming) influence still driven to be violent with the intent to kill others?

A deathless being has no fear of death. The only reason morality exists is because “well, I wouldn’t want XYZ to happen to me.” Remove the illusion of death affecting us, and what stops our rampage through the cosmos?

Anne Rice showed this through Claudia. Vampirism aside, if an “immature” destructive child is given immortality there is no “I’m afraid that would happen to me” experience that would curb her bloodlust. When death finally does visit Claudia it’s not to teach her morality it’s to erase her completely. We see this with stories of ‘Gods,’ too. “Death cannot touch me, why should I care when it befalls others?”
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: zephyr on June 20, 2020, 04:24:28 PM
Rick and Morty shows this with the immortality field zone. The absence of death doesn’t turn them all into peace loving Atlanteans. Everyone uses it as a resort to harm, murder, destroy one another with no hard feelings afterward.

I’m not saying I agree with the interpretations I’m giving but I’m trying to illustrate the moral conundrum that awaits the “death cannot affect us” belief. For example, if death cannot touch us, why should we care what happens to human children? Their souls will survive, they’ll either reincarnate or better, move on entirely. What’s the big deal opposing child rape or consumption?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: nobody on June 20, 2020, 07:22:31 PM
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It's literally a plain sight declaration that the supposed Mortals are in fact divine

So your saying that 'immortal' is actually not related to the etymology of 'mortal' (subject to death) and is really showing that we are divine by combining 'I'm' and 'Mortal' to form 'Immortal'? A reversal of sorts but if not that its definitely word play.

immortal = I never die

im mortal = I die

It's that forked tongue in action again.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on June 20, 2020, 07:32:36 PM
Everything vibrates. The property of x thing/object/concept/emotion is an effect of the specific vibration it is broadcasting as that vibration attracts others like it, you got to have it to have it and get more of it - have gold, get gold. Feel like a victim, stay the victim. Feel great, be great, have good things happen to you. Thusly optimal hormonal balance in the body generates a harmonic vibration and attracts health. And the hormones themselves vibrate and attract like vibrations. Add atrazine and the 1000% increase in prepubescents seeking medical help for 'gender dysphoria'. Add vibrations emitting off intentionally created compounds like atrazine. What intentions were present during the creation and synthesis of these products? Who made them? Who paid them to make it? What were those persons intentions?

If we are in a healthy state of being in our field of awareness and our relationship to our vessel, our mind(s) and what input these are given we would easily understand the truth of when the ancient wrote of benevolent guiding daemons and geniī, nature spirits and so more. This parting of the veil between physical 'dead' 'immaterial' imposed worldview and a magickal mind is greatly enhanced when our bodies are at optimal functioning, and we are at cause in our lives.

The reversal then would be that in a body opposite the formerly mentioned, where we'd rather ignore and procastrinate instead of taking action, we'd attract ill-intentioned geniī etc who we in our sluggish state of mind would fail to recognize as such, and be at their effect, merely pawns in a strange game that we can never win if we're being played and juiced of loosh.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on June 20, 2020, 07:40:54 PM
Some pearls from the old forum I've saved. I think it's mostly Nick's post, but if there's anyone elses I'll give credit where credit is due if that is wanted :)
Quote
the best way to tell if a thought or emotion originates from you or "interference" is examine how it aligns with how you feel in that moment. Emotional congruency cannot be faked

This is a master key for navigating the labyrinth of life in the 3D physical world. Once we learn how to distinguish our true thoughts and feelings from those filtering in from the mass consciousness or external forces, we start becoming untouchable to those that seek to influence us. Huge. You only need one compass to get started on your path to freedom, and this is it.

YOU create your own reality...but you are HIGHLY suggestible.

HIGHLY.

The power of suggestion is the basis of hypnotism, advertising, astral channeling, you name it. It is how one entity, human or otherwise, can influence the free will of another. Suggestion is like a gentle nudge in one direction or another. It can lead to one-in-a-lifetime breakthroughs as well as send someone into a downward spiral of death.

I encourage everyone, especially on this forum, to be mindful of what thoughts and urges enter your mind. Use your discernment, the antidote to suggestion, to know if an impulse that springs up in your train of thought is really yours. It may be a suggestion from another who may not have your best interests at heart.
DOUBT/SECOND GUESSING YOURSELF IS A SIGN THAT YOU ARE BEING FUCKED WITH. TRUST YOURSELF AND YOUR GUT FEELING.


Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Undestroyer on June 20, 2020, 11:08:27 PM
If its a civil war the left started it.

The right did mot like Obama as president but the right dealt with it and kept moving forward.

The left has not moved forward a single day.

They are still in Hillarys campaign.

I mean even top leaders are threatening revolution if Trump wins again.

I get sick of this nonsense everytime but this time theyve gone over the edge

And instead of being humble enough to admit they were fooled many people on the left and on the right are putting themselves on a dangerous path.

Its a good time to focus on the good things, the personal things, the taking care of things.

The issues that matter. The ones that exist.

Like spending time with familly and learning :)

Like breathing through the nose for healthy boosts of nitousoxide (still learning about this but breathing through nose feels good.)

Also conciously slowing breath to let our body know we are safe and allowong our healing prowess to activate.

And thank you Dimmensions for the insightful breathing video and ff for the heart video.

They pair very nicely and really remind us of what we know.

Theres probably going to be some bad places at the wrong times be coming up so dont get caught there.

It takes two weeks to make a habit and after the plandemic everyone is under new habits so lets be mindful and find the best habits to stick too.

Prayers and prayers and prayers


Title: Random musings
Post by: Zelezny on June 21, 2020, 02:36:37 PM
Doesn’t it seem like some of the greatest joys in life come from the transition from one extreme to the other?

- slipping into a hot tub on a winters night
- jumping in the pool after working in the yard on a hot summers day
- being extremely thirsty then chugging lemonade
- finally being able to pee after holding it on a long road trip

Its the build up of tension and release of it that creates a pleasurable experience.

Just like the the plucking of a string, it needs to be pulled in one direction in order to swing the other way to create the music
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on June 21, 2020, 08:22:25 PM
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I have found that point where i wish to avoid discussing politics (or even overhear a conversation containing politics) with people who historically and conspicuously stopped discussing politics with me 20 years ago.

What helped me was once I learned that the  only stimulant for growth is agitation I learned not only not to mind it but to embrace it
Heh heh does rile them when I laugh at the expressions on the faces while  trying to explain the African nature , invites stopped from some of the cuckier in laws Stay Safe !

Pardon the profanity but I fuckin love you sheepdog
lol -like I said Mr NRG I consider you a Tough SOB gotta respect that man.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on June 21, 2020, 09:15:24 PM
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Some pearls from the old forum I've saved. I think it's mostly Nick's post, but if there's anyone elses I'll give credit where credit is due if that is wanted :)
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the best way to tell if a thought or emotion originates from you or "interference" is examine how it aligns with how you feel in that moment. Emotional congruency cannot be faked

This is a master key for navigating the labyrinth of life in the 3D physical world. Once we learn how to distinguish our true thoughts and feelings from those filtering in from the mass consciousness or external forces, we start becoming untouchable to those that seek to influence us. Huge. You only need one compass to get started on your path to freedom, and this is it.

YOU create your own reality...but you are HIGHLY suggestible.

HIGHLY.

The power of suggestion is the basis of hypnotism, advertising, astral channeling, you name it. It is how one entity, human or otherwise, can influence the free will of another. Suggestion is like a gentle nudge in one direction or another. It can lead to one-in-a-lifetime breakthroughs as well as send someone into a downward spiral of death.

I encourage everyone, especially on this forum, to be mindful of what thoughts and urges enter your mind. Use your discernment, the antidote to suggestion, to know if an impulse that springs up in your train of thought is really yours. It may be a suggestion from another who may not have your best interests at heart.
DOUBT/SECOND GUESSING YOURSELF IS A SIGN THAT YOU ARE BEING FUCKED WITH. TRUST YOURSELF AND YOUR GUT FEELING.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8443319/Multiple-people-reportedly-stabbed-Reading-park-police-air-ambulance-rush-scene.html
laughable coming from the Brits tore some German Ass up and they never even made it to their Isles . But Allow Africans to slice and dice their fellow Brits.Phuk them He was  heard exclaiming something snackbar ! Exploited by foreigners, in my case I give multiple choices the ER --OR -- or the morgue .DCS Hunter was like this was after BLM was long gone no connecting completely unrelated. Rejoice !! To coin a phrase "they wuz Kangs! Camel is under that tent but stomP that nose anyway !! Knife attack only offer up your forearms -never your vein side and run like hell if it looks bad for you .Brits are so phuked .Sidearms_ being armed up helps and practice at the range push back! damn people please. Control your situations. our lil Firefly does
T he true  Nature of Africans reverts to savagery when left unchecked must hang tough
yet acting like lambs with diversity invaders first was the Saxons then the Danes Normans followed but this latest damn
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 22, 2020, 12:01:43 PM
Chinese man has his colon torn apart by a 16-inch live eel after sticking it into his rear to 'treat his constipation'
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8446579/Chinese-man-colon-torn-apart-16-inch-live-eel-sticking-rear.html
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Post by: Winds of Change on June 23, 2020, 01:44:41 AM
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Chinese man has his colon torn apart by a 16-inch live eel after sticking it into his rear to 'treat his constipation'
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8446579/Chinese-man-colon-torn-apart-16-inch-live-eel-sticking-rear.html

Lol.  Was so ashamed he waited a whole week to go to the doctor.  Still kept quiet about what he'd done until they pulled out the eel.  Then confessed with a lie that nobody could believe.   Limited hangout.   So stupid and funny.    ;D
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 23, 2020, 01:53:52 AM
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Chinese man has his colon torn apart by a 16-inch live eel after sticking it into his rear to 'treat his constipation'
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8446579/Chinese-man-colon-torn-apart-16-inch-live-eel-sticking-rear.html

Lol.  Was so ashamed he waited a whole week to go to the doctor.  Still kept quiet about what he'd done until they pulled out the eel.  Then confessed with a lie that nobody could believe.   Limited hangout.   So stupid and funny.    ;D

The guy was reported to be Chinese but at least in Japanese (extreme) porn, they do those kind of 'eel insertion into rear' kind of things.

I remember reading somewhere (have no idea where, maybe it was chans) that in Asia, those 'porn shows' they do and the smaller ones (individual casting couches) are done out of some kind of 'debt' that needs to be paid off (usually to gangs) but the individual in debt can only offer to do porn due to having no other resources than the self. That and that they serve as humiliation rituals.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: IAmToday777 on June 23, 2020, 02:15:00 AM
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Doesn’t it seem like some of the greatest joys in life come from the transition from one extreme to the other?

- slipping into a hot tub on a winters night
- jumping in the pool after working in the yard on a hot summers day
- being extremely thirsty then chugging lemonade
- finally being able to pee after holding it on a long road trip

Its the build up of tension and release of it that creates a pleasurable experience.

Just like the the plucking of a string, it needs to be pulled in one direction in order to swing the other way to create the music

Very insightful perspective. I've had similar thoughts, but your thought added clarification to me. Thank you.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on June 23, 2020, 09:40:47 AM
In a standard deck of cards you have 52 cards of value and typically 2 jokers. It’s even more interesting, though, because a deck of cards represents the phenomenal world; 52 cards, 52 weeks; 4 suits, 4 seasons; 2 colours, night and day.

Adding the face values of playing cards yields 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13 = 91.
Four suits 4 x 91 = 364. Adding the Jokers accounts for the missing 1.242 days, bringing the total up to the solar year.

13 cards per suit is the lunar year of 13 full moons.

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Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on June 23, 2020, 11:21:34 AM
“the maximum return on any investment is calculated based on powers of e. Any account with annual interest rate of R will, after t years, yield e^Rt dollars with continuous compounding. The founders of Google must have known this formula because in the company’s inital public offering, they announced their intention to raise exactly $2,718,281,828 which is e billion dollars."
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 24, 2020, 12:57:45 PM
People find sex-trafficking den and Police destroy evidence
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/25338159
Title: Random musings
Post by: nobody on June 24, 2020, 02:27:47 PM
So something a few people picked up on, all donations to BLM indirectly fund the Democratic party. Gotta hand it to (((THEM))) really, how clever.

Apparently NOT saying that you are with BLM is the same as being racist now. Crazy world.
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Post by: nobody on June 25, 2020, 07:49:32 AM
Woke feminist's "worst nightmare" is that men have solid concrete proof (reciepts) that prove they weren't physically in a location where said feminist can falsely accuse a man of rape. HOW DARE HE KEEP RECIEPTS Mind blown.

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Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 25, 2020, 11:24:43 AM
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Woke feminist's "worst nightmare" is that men have solid concrete proof (reciepts) that prove they weren't physically in a location where said feminist can falsely accuse a man of rape. HOW DARE HE KEEP RECIEPTS Mind blown.

(https://i.redd.it/snzb6j8ckx651.jpg)

And this is exactly why we will have a president of every race every Creed and persuasion before we ever have a woman president
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 27, 2020, 11:42:51 AM
Does he know something or is he just the typical 'eccentric homeless man'?

'It's a representation of the altar of god!' Man who has been squatting in NYC's Washington Square Park fountain since May turns it into 'spiritual zone' with chairs, a recliner and a beach umbrella - as city struggles to evict him
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8463649/Man-squatting-Washington-Square-Park-turned-fountain-spiritual-zone.html

Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Firefly369 on June 27, 2020, 04:11:01 PM
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Does he know something or is he just the typical 'eccentric homeless man'?

'It's a representation of the altar of god!' Man who has been squatting in NYC's Washington Square Park fountain since May turns it into 'spiritual zone' with chairs, a recliner and a beach umbrella - as city struggles to evict him
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8463649/Man-squatting-Washington-Square-Park-turned-fountain-spiritual-zone.html

interesting how they chose to put the scenes from Ironman and Ghostbusters in this article. 
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on June 27, 2020, 10:54:55 PM
If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: William on June 27, 2020, 10:57:47 PM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

As above so below.

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Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 28, 2020, 02:28:52 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Now you're asking the right questions. So there's one capital G God but many creators. Sub creators may be a more apt term. The Africans were here long before we were seeded. They were actually more primitive than their current Incarnation and Modified by later arrivals to be beasts of burden to use a very own PC description.

Chinese are pretty open about their descendant from giant reptiles.

What makes the white race different is we were created by capital G God. We were sent here because he was able to foresee disruptive entities doing what they did to Atlantis and recognized  the necessity of our presenCe
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 28, 2020, 02:29:30 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

FYI Africans are in fact their bodies think about it what are their talents
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 28, 2020, 04:49:45 AM
Are there any esoteric benefits or implications (besides it being symbolic of blood) to drinking wine?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Winds of Change on June 29, 2020, 04:14:31 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 29, 2020, 04:53:32 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)

They are the natives so they see no reason to change or create new things. Civilization and inventing is Luciferian.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Winds of Change on June 29, 2020, 06:23:12 AM
The Aussie Aboriginals were similar.  Just the basic essentials.  They didn't want to carry too much crap with them on their walkabouts.  Things like heavy grinding bowls were left at the traditional camp places and were used by whoever turned up.  Worked pretty well actually and they didn't know what they were missing. 
Title: Re: Random musings
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)

They are the natives so they see no reason to change or create new things. Civilization and inventing is Luciferian.

And yet multiple studies have shown the simpler the civilisation the more happy it is.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on June 29, 2020, 01:53:47 PM
Happiness is a child's goal in life.
Title: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on June 29, 2020, 03:27:05 PM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?
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Post by: ophiuchus on June 29, 2020, 03:34:19 PM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?
What makes the white race different is we were created by capital G God. We were sent here because he was able to foresee disruptive entities doing what they did to Atlantis and recognized  the necessity of our presenCe

Is it possible to communicate with the capital G God?
Any reason for writing presenCe with a capital C? Or a typo

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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 29, 2020, 03:45:37 PM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)

They are the natives so they see no reason to change or create new things. Civilization and inventing is Luciferian.

And yet multiple studies have shown the simpler the civilisation the more happy it is.

Can you link these studies in mention? There's a difference between 'simple' and 'primitive' and Africans/the natives fall more in the latter category.
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 29, 2020, 03:54:24 PM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Now you're asking the right questions. So there's one capital G God but many creators. Sub creators may be a more apt term. The Africans were here long before we were seeded. They were actually more primitive than their current Incarnation and Modified by later arrivals to be beasts of burden to use a very own PC description.

Chinese are pretty open about their descendant from giant reptiles.

What makes the white race different is we were created by capital G God. We were sent here because he was able to foresee disruptive entities doing what they did to Atlantis and recognized  the necessity of our presenCe

Any way to tell which creator you come from? Is the ascension process different for each race?
Title: Random musings
Post by: William on June 29, 2020, 04:28:42 PM
McDonald's killed more black people than "police brutality", even though the former preaches progressive values.
Title: Random musings
Post by: nobody on June 29, 2020, 05:20:30 PM
This is interesting, entire video as well as title related, and his other stuff. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ICzhR82Oh8&list=UUDow765I-QrmVp9Kfz0HqGA&index=5&t=0s
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Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 30, 2020, 01:24:20 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)

They are the natives so they see no reason to change or create new things. Civilization and inventing is Luciferian.

And yet multiple studies have shown the simpler the civilisation the more happy it is.

You know you can't provide citations for those studies because they don't exist this isn't Twitter dude we have a higher standard here
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 30, 2020, 01:25:19 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)

Nope fire was the Cro-Magnon and neanderthal.. no wheels they never even domesticated a single animal
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 30, 2020, 01:25:40 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)

They are the natives so they see no reason to change or create new things. Civilization and inventing is Luciferian.

Do you genuinely believe that
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 30, 2020, 01:26:14 AM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?

Citation please
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Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 30, 2020, 01:26:33 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?
What makes the white race different is we were created by capital G God. We were sent here because he was able to foresee disruptive entities doing what they did to Atlantis and recognized  the necessity of our presenCe

Is it possible to communicate with the capital G God?
Any reason for writing presenCe with a capital C? Or a typo

I honestly don't know and yes a typo
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 30, 2020, 02:06:00 AM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?

You know that 'philosophy' means 'love of knowledge', which would make a 'philosopher' a 'lover of knowledge', right? No where is 'happiness' (not of Creator) implied in the actual meaning of 'philosophy' or 'philosopher'.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 30, 2020, 02:09:28 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)

They are the natives so they see no reason to change or create new things. Civilization and inventing is Luciferian.

Do you genuinely believe that

Which part of what I said? Maybe "no reason to change or create new things" should be replaced with "can't change or create new things".

The comment about civilization and inventing was referring to this old quote.

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Civilization is a luciferian construct. The native Africans are pure humans and thus in alignment with the earth's energy, having no cause to change or try to improve it.

Pure "earthlings" but not HUman, no racism intended its a nuance, not a value judgment
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 30, 2020, 02:17:17 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?
What makes the white race different is we were created by capital G God. We were sent here because he was able to foresee disruptive entities doing what they did to Atlantis and recognized  the necessity of our presenCe

Is it possible to communicate with the capital G God?
Any reason for writing presenCe with a capital C? Or a typo

I honestly don't know and yes a typo

Wouldn't there be some kind of 'communication' with God when someone 'gets off the ride'?

Is 'capital G God' synonymous with '(The)Creator'? Many 'sub creators' but only one 'Creator'?

If 'capital G God' sent us here to prevent "disruptive entities doing what they did to Atlantis", wouldn't that speak more to God doing so to keep this 'thought experiment' from becoming warped beyond intent more than 'out of love' or 'to do what is right' (or something related)?
Wouldn't the act of creating and sending us 'here' support the notion that this is indeed a created universe and that all of 'this' is a 'thought experiment'?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: nobody on June 30, 2020, 09:13:06 AM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?

You know that 'philosophy' means 'love of knowledge', which would make a 'philosopher' a 'lover of knowledge', right? No where is 'happiness' (not of Creator) implied in the actual meaning of 'philosophy' or 'philosopher'.

Buddhism pursues happiness by using knowledge and practice to achieve mental equanimity. In Buddhism, equanimity, or peace of mind, is achieved by detaching oneself from the cycle of craving that produces dukkha.
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)

They are the natives so they see no reason to change or create new things. Civilization and inventing is Luciferian.

And yet multiple studies have shown the simpler the civilisation the more happy it is.

You know you can't provide citations for those studies because they don't exist this isn't Twitter dude we have a higher standard here

True, they don't, but a little common sense proves it.

Just one example - stress - all of the shit we have to deal with daily just living in this modern world builds stress, limits time spent exercising or "making love" or time spent with family. Most people spend most of their lives working and sleeping, only 1/3 of their life spent on anything else.

Our ketogenic system in our body is designed that we can go long amounts of time without food and then feast all in one go (so long as we dont break it with carbs) so the amount of time hunters were not hunting, probably in winter, gave them more family time.

Another example is how happiness is caused by giving to others, which is much easier when you live in a clan to survive.

Another example is how if you were born weak you probably died very early on, so the people who are actually alive are not limited by problems, let alone all the mental problems the population have now. Going back to stress, in the USA alone, 13% of the population are on prescription antidepressants. 18% of the USA alone have anxiety disorders. These, according to numerous books at least, did not exist living a simple lifestyle in nature.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 30, 2020, 09:35:25 AM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?

You know that 'philosophy' means 'love of knowledge', which would make a 'philosopher' a 'lover of knowledge', right? No where is 'happiness' (not of Creator) implied in the actual meaning of 'philosophy' or 'philosopher'.

Buddhism pursues happiness by using knowledge and practice to achieve mental equanimity. In Buddhism, equanimity, or peace of mind, is achieved by detaching oneself from the cycle of craving that produces dukkha.

Yeah except we discussed this already. Becoming detached in the Buddhist sense means you will never muster the the e motions to preform magic.
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 30, 2020, 09:37:22 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)

They are the natives so they see no reason to change or create new things. Civilization and inventing is Luciferian.

And yet multiple studies have shown the simpler the civilisation the more happy it is.

You know you can't provide citations for those studies because they don't exist this isn't Twitter dude we have a higher standard here

True, they don't, but a little common sense proves it.

Just one example - stress - all of the shit we have to deal with daily just living in this modern world builds stress, limits time spent exercising or "making love" or time spent with family. Most people spend most of their lives working and sleeping, only 1/3 of their life spent on anything else.

Our ketogenic system in our body is designed that we can go long amounts of time without food and then feast all in one go (so long as we dont break it with carbs) so the amount of time hunters were not hunting, probably in winter, gave them more family time.

Another example is how happiness is caused by giving to others, which is much easier when you live in a clan to survive.

Another example is how if you were born weak you probably died very early on, so the people who are actually alive are not limited by problems, let alone all the mental problems the population have now. Going back to stress, in the USA alone, 13% of the population are on prescription antidepressants. 18% of the USA alone have anxiety disorders. These, according to numerous books at least, did not exist living a simple lifestyle in nature.

'Stress' seems to point to how you handle things not that what your doing is actually that difficult or demanding.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 30, 2020, 11:43:11 AM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?

You know that 'philosophy' means 'love of knowledge', which would make a 'philosopher' a 'lover of knowledge', right? No where is 'happiness' (not of Creator) implied in the actual meaning of 'philosophy' or 'philosopher'.

Buddhism pursues happiness by using knowledge and practice to achieve mental equanimity. In Buddhism, equanimity, or peace of mind, is achieved by detaching oneself from the cycle of craving that produces dukkha.

Buddhism isnt philosophy it's an idealogy.
Also not the Greeks obviously
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 30, 2020, 11:45:46 AM
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If we are not our bodies then why do the different biological human races matter? or do black, whites, asians, etc. have different etheric/astral counterparts?

Ask yourself this..what tecnology or great work originated from the africans

Maybe they discovered fire?  All manner of percussive instruments?  Not sure if they had a wheel.  Dugout canoe.  Mud hut.  What more do you need?   :)

They are the natives so they see no reason to change or create new things. Civilization and inventing is Luciferian.

And yet multiple studies have shown the simpler the civilisation the more happy it is.

You know you can't provide citations for those studies because they don't exist this isn't Twitter dude we have a higher standard here

True, they don't, but a little common sense proves it.

Just one example - stress - all of the shit we have to deal with daily just living in this modern world builds stress, limits time spent exercising or "making love" or time spent with family. Most people spend most of their lives working and sleeping, only 1/3 of their life spent on anything else.

Our ketogenic system in our body is designed that we can go long amounts of time without food and then feast all in one go (so long as we dont break it with carbs) so the amount of time hunters were not hunting, probably in winter, gave them more family time.

Another example is how happiness is caused by giving to others, which is much easier when you live in a clan to survive.

Another example is how if you were born weak you probably died very early on, so the people who are actually alive are not limited by problems, let alone all the mental problems the population have now. Going back to stress, in the USA alone, 13% of the population are on prescription antidepressants. 18% of the USA alone have anxiety disorders. These, according to numerous books at least, did not exist living a simple lifestyle in nature.

But 25 percent of women are on head meds so you have a very unwell demo pushing that number higher.

And nothing you said validates your point which you know because you felt the need to fabricate studies to add authority to your opinion,which you are wlecome to but opinions are the lowest form of information they require nothing but a pulse
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on June 30, 2020, 03:00:43 PM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?

Citation please

Quote
For ancient philosophers, eudaimonia is not a particular kind of experience or feeling, but a particular kind of life, where reason almost always plays an important role. The link between happiness and reason is clearly drawn by Aristotle in Nicomachean Ethics (NE) I 7, where he argues that happiness resides in rational activity in accordance with virtue. This argument is discussed by Øyvind Rabbås in "Eudaimonia, Human Nature, and Normativity: Reflections on Aristotle's Project in Nicomachean Ethics Book I". He aims to explain how Aristotle's ethics can be both naturalist and practically normative, i.e. based in a conception of human nature as a rational being, and at the same time give guidance on how we ought to live. The connection between happiness and reason is particularly tight in the Platonist tradition, with Plotinus identifying the happy life with the life of intellect. Plotinus' thoughts on happiness are discussed by Alexandrine Schniewind (and touched upon by Eyjólfur K. Emilsson and Miira Tuominen). Schniewind shows in "Plotinus' Way of Defining 'Eudaimonia' in Ennead I 4 [46] 1-3" that Plotinus' puzzling remarks about his predecessors in the two opening chapters of Ennead I 4 are intended to clear the way for his own definition of happiness.

As well as a connection between happiness and reason, the volume demonstrates that there is a close connection between happiness and godlikeness in ancient ethics. This theme is mentioned in several papers, and taken up in detail by Svavar Hrafn Svavarsson in "On Happiness and Godlikeness before Socrates". Starting from the observation that Plato and Aristotle share the idea that happiness "consists in being as like god as possible" (28), he traces the development of this idea from Homer and Hesiod, through lyric poets, to Heraclitus. He shows how the focus shifts from happiness as external success, entirely dependent on gods, to internal factors responsible for this success. Another significant shift takes place in late antiquity, and is addressed by Christian Tornau in "Happiness in this Life? Augustine on the Principle that Virtue is Self-sufficient for Happiness". Augustine denies the possibility of achieving happiness in this life and regards happiness as a gift of divine grace, but nonetheless holds on to the traditional idea that virtue is sufficient for happiness. Tornau examines his attempt to resolve this dilemma through redefining virtue.

While this volume focuses primarily on happiness, rather than on virtue, the connection between happiness and virtue is an important theme in ancient ethics. Most ancient Greek philosophers agree that in order for one to be happy, one needs to be virtuous, though opinions differ as to whether being virtuous is sufficient for happiness. The Stoics famously take virtue, understood as wisdom, to be sufficient for the happy life, and a common complaint against their account is that the status of the wise person is outside the reach of regular people. Katerina Ierodiakonou's "How Feasible is the Stoic Conception of Eudaimonia?" considers and responds to objections presented by the Stoics' ancient critics. She argues that Stoic moral principles do not rule out moral progress, and their conception of eudaimonia, as an aspiration towards an ideal, is no less feasible than that of other ancient ethical theories. Ierodiakonou's paper is perhaps most directly about virtues, whereas other papers discuss virtues more or less indirectly.
https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/the-quest-for-the-good-life-ancient-philosophers-on-happiness/

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Now what is the relation of the ancient philosophers’ eudaimonia to the modern notion of happiness? Here again, the scholarly opinions diverge. All scholars recognize the difference in contents between the ancient Greek notions of philosophical eudaimonia and the dominant modern ideas of happiness. But the question concerning the nature of happiness is a different issue from the question of whether the concept that is used is the same or not.
Richard Kraut has argued that the ancient theories of eudaimonia, especially Aristotle’s theory, are indeed theories of happiness, even though they are rather different ones from the dominant views in our own time.10 Our disagreement with the ancients is, in Kraut’s opinion, substantive and philosophical, but not conceptual or terminological. There are of course crucial differences between the ancient notion of eudaimonia and the modern notion of happiness. Aristotle and the ancients held that the fundamental standard of eudaimonia is objective: one can only be happy if he has virtue, a feature that can be recognized independently of the happy subject’s attitudes. The dominant modern theory of happiness, on the contrary, claims that the standards of happiness are subjective: one’s life is happy if his or her desires are satisfied whatever they happen to be. However, Kraut argues that the ancient notion of eudaimonia also includes an ingredient that connects it to the modern notion of happiness in the concept of happiness. This is a positive attitude towards one’s life, and Aristotle and other ancient eudaimonists really held that a eudaimon person has this kind of attitude towards life. The ancients thought that a positive attitude follows from certain objective features in one’s life, whereas the moderns think that it is merely a result from one’s subjective feeling. Kraut concludes that there is only one concept of happiness at play here, but two competing substantive conceptions of the contents of that concept. The subjectivity of happiness is a suggestion concerning the contents of the concept, not an integral feature of the concept itself.

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Aristotle, for example, thought that life is pleasant if it consists of unforced actualizations of virtuous activities, whereas vicious or incontinent or even continent life is necessarily unpleasant.13 The subjective aspect of happiness, the positive attitude towards one’s life, is involved
 in the ancient notion of eudaimonia, as its necessary accompaniment, although not as a part of its essence. For Aristotle, a eudaimon life is pleasant, but it is not the pleasure that makes the life eudaimon. But if we think that the subjective feeling of pleasure or contentment has to be involved in happiness, there is enough of that dimension even in the ancient conception. For this reason, it is not misleading to translate the Greek eudaimonia as ‘happiness’, although it is also true that the ancient philosophers held that objective standards could be provided for happiness and these objective elements constituted the essence of eudaimonia.
https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/14920481.pdf
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 30, 2020, 04:13:20 PM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?

Citation please

Quote
For ancient philosophers, eudaimonia is not a particular kind of experience or feeling, but a particular kind of life, where reason almost always plays an important role. The link between happiness and reason is clearly drawn by Aristotle in Nicomachean Ethics (NE) I 7, where he argues that happiness resides in rational activity in accordance with virtue. This argument is discussed by Øyvind Rabbås in "Eudaimonia, Human Nature, and Normativity: Reflections on Aristotle's Project in Nicomachean Ethics Book I". He aims to explain how Aristotle's ethics can be both naturalist and practically normative, i.e. based in a conception of human nature as a rational being, and at the same time give guidance on how we ought to live. The connection between happiness and reason is particularly tight in the Platonist tradition, with Plotinus identifying the happy life with the life of intellect. Plotinus' thoughts on happiness are discussed by Alexandrine Schniewind (and touched upon by Eyjólfur K. Emilsson and Miira Tuominen). Schniewind shows in "Plotinus' Way of Defining 'Eudaimonia' in Ennead I 4 [46] 1-3" that Plotinus' puzzling remarks about his predecessors in the two opening chapters of Ennead I 4 are intended to clear the way for his own definition of happiness.

As well as a connection between happiness and reason, the volume demonstrates that there is a close connection between happiness and godlikeness in ancient ethics. This theme is mentioned in several papers, and taken up in detail by Svavar Hrafn Svavarsson in "On Happiness and Godlikeness before Socrates". Starting from the observation that Plato and Aristotle share the idea that happiness "consists in being as like god as possible" (28), he traces the development of this idea from Homer and Hesiod, through lyric poets, to Heraclitus. He shows how the focus shifts from happiness as external success, entirely dependent on gods, to internal factors responsible for this success. Another significant shift takes place in late antiquity, and is addressed by Christian Tornau in "Happiness in this Life? Augustine on the Principle that Virtue is Self-sufficient for Happiness". Augustine denies the possibility of achieving happiness in this life and regards happiness as a gift of divine grace, but nonetheless holds on to the traditional idea that virtue is sufficient for happiness. Tornau examines his attempt to resolve this dilemma through redefining virtue.

While this volume focuses primarily on happiness, rather than on virtue, the connection between happiness and virtue is an important theme in ancient ethics. Most ancient Greek philosophers agree that in order for one to be happy, one needs to be virtuous, though opinions differ as to whether being virtuous is sufficient for happiness. The Stoics famously take virtue, understood as wisdom, to be sufficient for the happy life, and a common complaint against their account is that the status of the wise person is outside the reach of regular people. Katerina Ierodiakonou's "How Feasible is the Stoic Conception of Eudaimonia?" considers and responds to objections presented by the Stoics' ancient critics. She argues that Stoic moral principles do not rule out moral progress, and their conception of eudaimonia, as an aspiration towards an ideal, is no less feasible than that of other ancient ethical theories. Ierodiakonou's paper is perhaps most directly about virtues, whereas other papers discuss virtues more or less indirectly.
https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/the-quest-for-the-good-life-ancient-philosophers-on-happiness/

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Now what is the relation of the ancient philosophers’ eudaimonia to the modern notion of happiness? Here again, the scholarly opinions diverge. All scholars recognize the difference in contents between the ancient Greek notions of philosophical eudaimonia and the dominant modern ideas of happiness. But the question concerning the nature of happiness is a different issue from the question of whether the concept that is used is the same or not.
Richard Kraut has argued that the ancient theories of eudaimonia, especially Aristotle’s theory, are indeed theories of happiness, even though they are rather different ones from the dominant views in our own time.10 Our disagreement with the ancients is, in Kraut’s opinion, substantive and philosophical, but not conceptual or terminological. There are of course crucial differences between the ancient notion of eudaimonia and the modern notion of happiness. Aristotle and the ancients held that the fundamental standard of eudaimonia is objective: one can only be happy if he has virtue, a feature that can be recognized independently of the happy subject’s attitudes. The dominant modern theory of happiness, on the contrary, claims that the standards of happiness are subjective: one’s life is happy if his or her desires are satisfied whatever they happen to be. However, Kraut argues that the ancient notion of eudaimonia also includes an ingredient that connects it to the modern notion of happiness in the concept of happiness. This is a positive attitude towards one’s life, and Aristotle and other ancient eudaimonists really held that a eudaimon person has this kind of attitude towards life. The ancients thought that a positive attitude follows from certain objective features in one’s life, whereas the moderns think that it is merely a result from one’s subjective feeling. Kraut concludes that there is only one concept of happiness at play here, but two competing substantive conceptions of the contents of that concept. The subjectivity of happiness is a suggestion concerning the contents of the concept, not an integral feature of the concept itself.

Quote
Aristotle, for example, thought that life is pleasant if it consists of unforced actualizations of virtuous activities, whereas vicious or incontinent or even continent life is necessarily unpleasant.13 The subjective aspect of happiness, the positive attitude towards one’s life, is involved
 in the ancient notion of eudaimonia, as its necessary accompaniment, although not as a part of its essence. For Aristotle, a eudaimon life is pleasant, but it is not the pleasure that makes the life eudaimon. But if we think that the subjective feeling of pleasure or contentment has to be involved in happiness, there is enough of that dimension even in the ancient conception. For this reason, it is not misleading to translate the Greek eudaimonia as ‘happiness’, although it is also true that the ancient philosophers held that objective standards could be provided for happiness and these objective elements constituted the essence of eudaimonia.
https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/14920481.pdf

So where is it implied that "happiness is the goal of human activity"? From what you quoted, all that seems to be explained is what the Greek philosophers thought 'happiness' was and what kind of life was required to achieve it.

I wonder what the only real philosopher thought about such a notion.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on June 30, 2020, 05:38:39 PM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?

Citation please

Quote
For ancient philosophers, eudaimonia is not a particular kind of experience or feeling, but a particular kind of life, where reason almost always plays an important role. The link between happiness and reason is clearly drawn by Aristotle in Nicomachean Ethics (NE) I 7, where he argues that happiness resides in rational activity in accordance with virtue. This argument is discussed by Øyvind Rabbås in "Eudaimonia, Human Nature, and Normativity: Reflections on Aristotle's Project in Nicomachean Ethics Book I". He aims to explain how Aristotle's ethics can be both naturalist and practically normative, i.e. based in a conception of human nature as a rational being, and at the same time give guidance on how we ought to live. The connection between happiness and reason is particularly tight in the Platonist tradition, with Plotinus identifying the happy life with the life of intellect. Plotinus' thoughts on happiness are discussed by Alexandrine Schniewind (and touched upon by Eyjólfur K. Emilsson and Miira Tuominen). Schniewind shows in "Plotinus' Way of Defining 'Eudaimonia' in Ennead I 4 [46] 1-3" that Plotinus' puzzling remarks about his predecessors in the two opening chapters of Ennead I 4 are intended to clear the way for his own definition of happiness.

As well as a connection between happiness and reason, the volume demonstrates that there is a close connection between happiness and godlikeness in ancient ethics. This theme is mentioned in several papers, and taken up in detail by Svavar Hrafn Svavarsson in "On Happiness and Godlikeness before Socrates". Starting from the observation that Plato and Aristotle share the idea that happiness "consists in being as like god as possible" (28), he traces the development of this idea from Homer and Hesiod, through lyric poets, to Heraclitus. He shows how the focus shifts from happiness as external success, entirely dependent on gods, to internal factors responsible for this success. Another significant shift takes place in late antiquity, and is addressed by Christian Tornau in "Happiness in this Life? Augustine on the Principle that Virtue is Self-sufficient for Happiness". Augustine denies the possibility of achieving happiness in this life and regards happiness as a gift of divine grace, but nonetheless holds on to the traditional idea that virtue is sufficient for happiness. Tornau examines his attempt to resolve this dilemma through redefining virtue.

While this volume focuses primarily on happiness, rather than on virtue, the connection between happiness and virtue is an important theme in ancient ethics. Most ancient Greek philosophers agree that in order for one to be happy, one needs to be virtuous, though opinions differ as to whether being virtuous is sufficient for happiness. The Stoics famously take virtue, understood as wisdom, to be sufficient for the happy life, and a common complaint against their account is that the status of the wise person is outside the reach of regular people. Katerina Ierodiakonou's "How Feasible is the Stoic Conception of Eudaimonia?" considers and responds to objections presented by the Stoics' ancient critics. She argues that Stoic moral principles do not rule out moral progress, and their conception of eudaimonia, as an aspiration towards an ideal, is no less feasible than that of other ancient ethical theories. Ierodiakonou's paper is perhaps most directly about virtues, whereas other papers discuss virtues more or less indirectly.
https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/the-quest-for-the-good-life-ancient-philosophers-on-happiness/

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Now what is the relation of the ancient philosophers’ eudaimonia to the modern notion of happiness? Here again, the scholarly opinions diverge. All scholars recognize the difference in contents between the ancient Greek notions of philosophical eudaimonia and the dominant modern ideas of happiness. But the question concerning the nature of happiness is a different issue from the question of whether the concept that is used is the same or not.
Richard Kraut has argued that the ancient theories of eudaimonia, especially Aristotle’s theory, are indeed theories of happiness, even though they are rather different ones from the dominant views in our own time.10 Our disagreement with the ancients is, in Kraut’s opinion, substantive and philosophical, but not conceptual or terminological. There are of course crucial differences between the ancient notion of eudaimonia and the modern notion of happiness. Aristotle and the ancients held that the fundamental standard of eudaimonia is objective: one can only be happy if he has virtue, a feature that can be recognized independently of the happy subject’s attitudes. The dominant modern theory of happiness, on the contrary, claims that the standards of happiness are subjective: one’s life is happy if his or her desires are satisfied whatever they happen to be. However, Kraut argues that the ancient notion of eudaimonia also includes an ingredient that connects it to the modern notion of happiness in the concept of happiness. This is a positive attitude towards one’s life, and Aristotle and other ancient eudaimonists really held that a eudaimon person has this kind of attitude towards life. The ancients thought that a positive attitude follows from certain objective features in one’s life, whereas the moderns think that it is merely a result from one’s subjective feeling. Kraut concludes that there is only one concept of happiness at play here, but two competing substantive conceptions of the contents of that concept. The subjectivity of happiness is a suggestion concerning the contents of the concept, not an integral feature of the concept itself.

Quote
Aristotle, for example, thought that life is pleasant if it consists of unforced actualizations of virtuous activities, whereas vicious or incontinent or even continent life is necessarily unpleasant.13 The subjective aspect of happiness, the positive attitude towards one’s life, is involved
 in the ancient notion of eudaimonia, as its necessary accompaniment, although not as a part of its essence. For Aristotle, a eudaimon life is pleasant, but it is not the pleasure that makes the life eudaimon. But if we think that the subjective feeling of pleasure or contentment has to be involved in happiness, there is enough of that dimension even in the ancient conception. For this reason, it is not misleading to translate the Greek eudaimonia as ‘happiness’, although it is also true that the ancient philosophers held that objective standards could be provided for happiness and these objective elements constituted the essence of eudaimonia.
https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/14920481.pdf

So where is it implied that "happiness is the goal of human activity"? From what you quoted, all that seems to be explained is what the Greek philosophers thought 'happiness' was and what kind of life was required to achieve it.

I wonder what the only real philosopher thought about such a notion.

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The achievement of happiness, according to Aristotle, is the end goal of every man.
His reasoning is thus: All human activities are done in order to attain something that is good. We don’t do something because we think it will be bad for us. In addition, most of these activities are not the main objective, but rather a means to a higher end. Consequently, the activity that is an end in itself, writes the prolific philosopher, is the highest good, and that good is happiness. We aim at happiness for its own sake, not because it will achieve something else. Happiness, therefore, is our greatest mission.
https://classicalwisdom.com/philosophy/aristotle/the-goal-of-happiness-a-summary-of-nicomachean-ethics/

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Diogenes maintained that all the artificial growths of society were incompatible with happiness and that morality implies a return to the simplicity of nature
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Diogenes taught by living example. He tried to demonstrate that wisdom and happiness belong to the man who is independent of society and that civilization is regressive.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diogenes
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 30, 2020, 07:05:37 PM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?

Citation please

Quote
For ancient philosophers, eudaimonia is not a particular kind of experience or feeling, but a particular kind of life, where reason almost always plays an important role. The link between happiness and reason is clearly drawn by Aristotle in Nicomachean Ethics (NE) I 7, where he argues that happiness resides in rational activity in accordance with virtue. This argument is discussed by Øyvind Rabbås in "Eudaimonia, Human Nature, and Normativity: Reflections on Aristotle's Project in Nicomachean Ethics Book I". He aims to explain how Aristotle's ethics can be both naturalist and practically normative, i.e. based in a conception of human nature as a rational being, and at the same time give guidance on how we ought to live. The connection between happiness and reason is particularly tight in the Platonist tradition, with Plotinus identifying the happy life with the life of intellect. Plotinus' thoughts on happiness are discussed by Alexandrine Schniewind (and touched upon by Eyjólfur K. Emilsson and Miira Tuominen). Schniewind shows in "Plotinus' Way of Defining 'Eudaimonia' in Ennead I 4 [46] 1-3" that Plotinus' puzzling remarks about his predecessors in the two opening chapters of Ennead I 4 are intended to clear the way for his own definition of happiness.

As well as a connection between happiness and reason, the volume demonstrates that there is a close connection between happiness and godlikeness in ancient ethics. This theme is mentioned in several papers, and taken up in detail by Svavar Hrafn Svavarsson in "On Happiness and Godlikeness before Socrates". Starting from the observation that Plato and Aristotle share the idea that happiness "consists in being as like god as possible" (28), he traces the development of this idea from Homer and Hesiod, through lyric poets, to Heraclitus. He shows how the focus shifts from happiness as external success, entirely dependent on gods, to internal factors responsible for this success. Another significant shift takes place in late antiquity, and is addressed by Christian Tornau in "Happiness in this Life? Augustine on the Principle that Virtue is Self-sufficient for Happiness". Augustine denies the possibility of achieving happiness in this life and regards happiness as a gift of divine grace, but nonetheless holds on to the traditional idea that virtue is sufficient for happiness. Tornau examines his attempt to resolve this dilemma through redefining virtue.

While this volume focuses primarily on happiness, rather than on virtue, the connection between happiness and virtue is an important theme in ancient ethics. Most ancient Greek philosophers agree that in order for one to be happy, one needs to be virtuous, though opinions differ as to whether being virtuous is sufficient for happiness. The Stoics famously take virtue, understood as wisdom, to be sufficient for the happy life, and a common complaint against their account is that the status of the wise person is outside the reach of regular people. Katerina Ierodiakonou's "How Feasible is the Stoic Conception of Eudaimonia?" considers and responds to objections presented by the Stoics' ancient critics. She argues that Stoic moral principles do not rule out moral progress, and their conception of eudaimonia, as an aspiration towards an ideal, is no less feasible than that of other ancient ethical theories. Ierodiakonou's paper is perhaps most directly about virtues, whereas other papers discuss virtues more or less indirectly.
https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/the-quest-for-the-good-life-ancient-philosophers-on-happiness/

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Now what is the relation of the ancient philosophers’ eudaimonia to the modern notion of happiness? Here again, the scholarly opinions diverge. All scholars recognize the difference in contents between the ancient Greek notions of philosophical eudaimonia and the dominant modern ideas of happiness. But the question concerning the nature of happiness is a different issue from the question of whether the concept that is used is the same or not.
Richard Kraut has argued that the ancient theories of eudaimonia, especially Aristotle’s theory, are indeed theories of happiness, even though they are rather different ones from the dominant views in our own time.10 Our disagreement with the ancients is, in Kraut’s opinion, substantive and philosophical, but not conceptual or terminological. There are of course crucial differences between the ancient notion of eudaimonia and the modern notion of happiness. Aristotle and the ancients held that the fundamental standard of eudaimonia is objective: one can only be happy if he has virtue, a feature that can be recognized independently of the happy subject’s attitudes. The dominant modern theory of happiness, on the contrary, claims that the standards of happiness are subjective: one’s life is happy if his or her desires are satisfied whatever they happen to be. However, Kraut argues that the ancient notion of eudaimonia also includes an ingredient that connects it to the modern notion of happiness in the concept of happiness. This is a positive attitude towards one’s life, and Aristotle and other ancient eudaimonists really held that a eudaimon person has this kind of attitude towards life. The ancients thought that a positive attitude follows from certain objective features in one’s life, whereas the moderns think that it is merely a result from one’s subjective feeling. Kraut concludes that there is only one concept of happiness at play here, but two competing substantive conceptions of the contents of that concept. The subjectivity of happiness is a suggestion concerning the contents of the concept, not an integral feature of the concept itself.

Quote
Aristotle, for example, thought that life is pleasant if it consists of unforced actualizations of virtuous activities, whereas vicious or incontinent or even continent life is necessarily unpleasant.13 The subjective aspect of happiness, the positive attitude towards one’s life, is involved
 in the ancient notion of eudaimonia, as its necessary accompaniment, although not as a part of its essence. For Aristotle, a eudaimon life is pleasant, but it is not the pleasure that makes the life eudaimon. But if we think that the subjective feeling of pleasure or contentment has to be involved in happiness, there is enough of that dimension even in the ancient conception. For this reason, it is not misleading to translate the Greek eudaimonia as ‘happiness’, although it is also true that the ancient philosophers held that objective standards could be provided for happiness and these objective elements constituted the essence of eudaimonia.
https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/14920481.pdf

So Greeks believe happiness to be the byproduct of a life lived strictly adhering to the optimization of your logical faculty not the narcissistic hedonistic view of Happiness today. You're talkin about the byproduct not the goal and even then it doesn't even resemble the terms as ypu used it
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on June 30, 2020, 07:06:35 PM
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Happiness is a child's goal in life.

For the Greek philosophers, “happiness” was the goal of human activity, understood as “human flourishing”.  Were they children?

Citation please

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For ancient philosophers, eudaimonia is not a particular kind of experience or feeling, but a particular kind of life, where reason almost always plays an important role. The link between happiness and reason is clearly drawn by Aristotle in Nicomachean Ethics (NE) I 7, where he argues that happiness resides in rational activity in accordance with virtue. This argument is discussed by Øyvind Rabbås in "Eudaimonia, Human Nature, and Normativity: Reflections on Aristotle's Project in Nicomachean Ethics Book I". He aims to explain how Aristotle's ethics can be both naturalist and practically normative, i.e. based in a conception of human nature as a rational being, and at the same time give guidance on how we ought to live. The connection between happiness and reason is particularly tight in the Platonist tradition, with Plotinus identifying the happy life with the life of intellect. Plotinus' thoughts on happiness are discussed by Alexandrine Schniewind (and touched upon by Eyjólfur K. Emilsson and Miira Tuominen). Schniewind shows in "Plotinus' Way of Defining 'Eudaimonia' in Ennead I 4 [46] 1-3" that Plotinus' puzzling remarks about his predecessors in the two opening chapters of Ennead I 4 are intended to clear the way for his own definition of happiness.

As well as a connection between happiness and reason, the volume demonstrates that there is a close connection between happiness and godlikeness in ancient ethics. This theme is mentioned in several papers, and taken up in detail by Svavar Hrafn Svavarsson in "On Happiness and Godlikeness before Socrates". Starting from the observation that Plato and Aristotle share the idea that happiness "consists in being as like god as possible" (28), he traces the development of this idea from Homer and Hesiod, through lyric poets, to Heraclitus. He shows how the focus shifts from happiness as external success, entirely dependent on gods, to internal factors responsible for this success. Another significant shift takes place in late antiquity, and is addressed by Christian Tornau in "Happiness in this Life? Augustine on the Principle that Virtue is Self-sufficient for Happiness". Augustine denies the possibility of achieving happiness in this life and regards happiness as a gift of divine grace, but nonetheless holds on to the traditional idea that virtue is sufficient for happiness. Tornau examines his attempt to resolve this dilemma through redefining virtue.

While this volume focuses primarily on happiness, rather than on virtue, the connection between happiness and virtue is an important theme in ancient ethics. Most ancient Greek philosophers agree that in order for one to be happy, one needs to be virtuous, though opinions differ as to whether being virtuous is sufficient for happiness. The Stoics famously take virtue, understood as wisdom, to be sufficient for the happy life, and a common complaint against their account is that the status of the wise person is outside the reach of regular people. Katerina Ierodiakonou's "How Feasible is the Stoic Conception of Eudaimonia?" considers and responds to objections presented by the Stoics' ancient critics. She argues that Stoic moral principles do not rule out moral progress, and their conception of eudaimonia, as an aspiration towards an ideal, is no less feasible than that of other ancient ethical theories. Ierodiakonou's paper is perhaps most directly about virtues, whereas other papers discuss virtues more or less indirectly.
https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/the-quest-for-the-good-life-ancient-philosophers-on-happiness/

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Now what is the relation of the ancient philosophers’ eudaimonia to the modern notion of happiness? Here again, the scholarly opinions diverge. All scholars recognize the difference in contents between the ancient Greek notions of philosophical eudaimonia and the dominant modern ideas of happiness. But the question concerning the nature of happiness is a different issue from the question of whether the concept that is used is the same or not.
Richard Kraut has argued that the ancient theories of eudaimonia, especially Aristotle’s theory, are indeed theories of happiness, even though they are rather different ones from the dominant views in our own time.10 Our disagreement with the ancients is, in Kraut’s opinion, substantive and philosophical, but not conceptual or terminological. There are of course crucial differences between the ancient notion of eudaimonia and the modern notion of happiness. Aristotle and the ancients held that the fundamental standard of eudaimonia is objective: one can only be happy if he has virtue, a feature that can be recognized independently of the happy subject’s attitudes. The dominant modern theory of happiness, on the contrary, claims that the standards of happiness are subjective: one’s life is happy if his or her desires are satisfied whatever they happen to be. However, Kraut argues that the ancient notion of eudaimonia also includes an ingredient that connects it to the modern notion of happiness in the concept of happiness. This is a positive attitude towards one’s life, and Aristotle and other ancient eudaimonists really held that a eudaimon person has this kind of attitude towards life. The ancients thought that a positive attitude follows from certain objective features in one’s life, whereas the moderns think that it is merely a result from one’s subjective feeling. Kraut concludes that there is only one concept of happiness at play here, but two competing substantive conceptions of the contents of that concept. The subjectivity of happiness is a suggestion concerning the contents of the concept, not an integral feature of the concept itself.

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Aristotle, for example, thought that life is pleasant if it consists of unforced actualizations of virtuous activities, whereas vicious or incontinent or even continent life is necessarily unpleasant.13 The subjective aspect of happiness, the positive attitude towards one’s life, is involved
 in the ancient notion of eudaimonia, as its necessary accompaniment, although not as a part of its essence. For Aristotle, a eudaimon life is pleasant, but it is not the pleasure that makes the life eudaimon. But if we think that the subjective feeling of pleasure or contentment has to be involved in happiness, there is enough of that dimension even in the ancient conception. For this reason, it is not misleading to translate the Greek eudaimonia as ‘happiness’, although it is also true that the ancient philosophers held that objective standards could be provided for happiness and these objective elements constituted the essence of eudaimonia.
https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/14920481.pdf

Epicurious would certainly agree with you the Pythagoras certainly not, diogenes Socrates they would all have very different ideas. There's nothing approximating consensus anywhere in philosophy
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Post by: Undestroyer on June 30, 2020, 08:41:53 PM
Remember the good ol days when everyone just trusted the news?
https://medium.com/@caityjohnstone/this-russia-afghanistan-story-is-western-propaganda-at-its-most-vile-abe6084845f2
Fair to wonder if anything in geopitics is real anymore.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Firefly369 on June 30, 2020, 09:23:01 PM
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Remember the good ol days when everyone just trusted the news?
https://medium.com/@caityjohnstone/this-russia-afghanistan-story-is-western-propaganda-at-its-most-vile-abe6084845f2
Fair to wonder if anything in geopitics is real anymore.

Was it ever real? 🤔

Have we ever been told the truth?
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 01, 2020, 05:05:24 PM
https://www.castorpolluxpet.com/ Curious name for a pet food company.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 02, 2020, 12:04:13 AM
Anyone know what this symbol is? https://ibb.co/BZz5jhz
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 02, 2020, 12:53:43 AM
https://www.ancient-origins.net/history-famous-people/bluetooth-why-modern-tech-named-after-powerful-king-denmark-and-norway-007398
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Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 02, 2020, 04:03:17 AM
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Anyone know what this symbol is? https://ibb.co/BZz5jhz

It's a medal from the order of the fleur de lisle but it's a high ranking medal
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 02, 2020, 03:04:54 PM
Thank you:

It's: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earl_Cameron_(actor) - he's 100 (and 8 months) in the video - as he exclaims. He was the first black actor in a british film https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pool_of_London_(film)

From Netflix's they gotta have us: https://www.netflix.com/title/81243942 (propaganda about blacks in movies/tv)

https://www.diocesealex.org/our-faith/lay-organizations/order-of-the-fleur-de-lis/
https://www.orderofthefleurdelys.org.uk/

So it's a catholic knight group? According to that last site they're the "new knights templar".
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 04, 2020, 12:01:56 AM
https://www.state.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/2019-Trafficking-in-Persons-Report.pdf
https://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=tp&tid=40#pubs - nothing on the data section, redirects to:
https://bja.ojp.gov/program/anti-human-trafficking-task-force-initiative/overview - gone through the whole site, can't find any stats

https://polarisproject.org/2018-us-national-human-trafficking-hotline-statistics/

FBI's stats from 2018 (seem paltry) - https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2018/crime-in-the-u.s.-2018/additional-data-collections/human-trafficking/human-trafficking.pdf



Arguing with a guy about Trump's record when it comes to human trafficking. In actually looking at the data myself - it does seem like every number is down worldwide post-trump (prosecutions, convictions) according to the official data I could find. I'm thinking maybe cheese pizza arrests might not be counted in the human trafficking stats.

Does anyone have a good resource for some counter information?
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Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 04, 2020, 12:06:25 AM
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https://www.state.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/2019-Trafficking-in-Persons-Report.pdf
https://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=tp&tid=40#pubs - nothing on the data section, redirects to:
https://bja.ojp.gov/program/anti-human-trafficking-task-force-initiative/overview - gone through the whole site, can't find any stats

https://polarisproject.org/2018-us-national-human-trafficking-hotline-statistics/

FBI's stats from 2018 (seem paltry) - https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2018/crime-in-the-u.s.-2018/additional-data-collections/human-trafficking/human-trafficking.pdf



Arguing with a guy about Trump's record when it comes to human trafficking. In actually looking at the data myself - it does seem like every number is down worldwide post-trump (prosecutions, convictions) according to the official data I could find. I'm thinking maybe cheese pizza arrests might not be counted in the human trafficking stats.

Does anyone have a good resource for some counter information?

There is no counter information Trump is Crackdown on human trafficking like no other president in history he's arrested exponentially more child traffickers than any other world leader at any time ever which is why they've been relentlessly assaulting him since before he was elected.

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https://www.state.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/2019-Trafficking-in-Persons-Report.pdf
https://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=tp&tid=40#pubs - nothing on the data section, redirects to:
https://bja.ojp.gov/program/anti-human-trafficking-task-force-initiative/overview - gone through the whole site, can't find any stats

https://polarisproject.org/2018-us-national-human-trafficking-hotline-statistics/

FBI's stats from 2018 (seem paltry) - https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2018/crime-in-the-u.s.-2018/additional-data-collections/human-trafficking/human-trafficking.pdf



Arguing with a guy about Trump's record when it comes to human trafficking. In actually looking at the data myself - it does seem like every number is down worldwide post-trump (prosecutions, convictions) according to the official data I could find. I'm thinking maybe cheese pizza arrests might not be counted in the human trafficking stats.

Does anyone have a good resource for some counter information?

So here's the lowdown that most of you don't know I tried to avoid saying it because it's impossible to substantiate due to its anecdotal nature and you ou know how I feel about unsubstantiated claims, so you can take it or leave it can tickets for entertainment purposes only if you must

You know how they mock trump for going bankrupt 7 times, what day was Dell Dimension is that he'll so re made his fortune that many times over he doesn't need hand out he doesn't need a hand up either. He's never been in on it so this week which is why he was always portrayed as an arrogant braggadocio.

Check his  pre presidential tweets...

He made it pretty f****** clear from day one he was going to be going after them part for this because he is in fact a cocky SOB...
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 04, 2020, 12:51:26 AM
Sorry having trouble interpreting this part:

You know how they mock trump for going bankrupt 7 times, what day was Dell Dimension is that he'll so re made his fortune that many times over he doesn't need hand out he doesn't need a hand up either. He's never been in on it so this week which is why he was always portrayed as an arrogant braggadocio.

braggadocio sounds like a good gelato :)

So are you saying there is no where to look at the stats, they're being intentionally mis-reported as some way to keep this hidden?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 04, 2020, 03:36:02 AM
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Sorry having trouble interpreting this part:

You know how they mock trump for going bankrupt 7 times, what day was Dell Dimension is that he'll so re made his fortune that many times over he doesn't need hand out he doesn't need a hand up either. He's never been in on it so this week which is why he was always portrayed as an arrogant braggadocio.

braggadocio sounds like a good gelato :)

So are you saying there is no where to look at the stats, they're being intentionally mis-reported as some way to keep this hidden?

Stupid v.t.t.  "what they dont mention is that he"
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 04, 2020, 03:36:38 AM
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Sorry having trouble interpreting this part:

You know how they mock trump for going bankrupt 7 times, what day was Dell Dimension is that he'll so re made his fortune that many times over he doesn't need hand out he doesn't need a hand up either. He's never been in on it so this week which is why he was always portrayed as an arrogant braggadocio.

braggadocio sounds like a good gelato :)

So are you saying there is no where to look at the stats, they're being intentionally mis-reported as some way to keep this hidden?

Maybe I'm confused what do you want to prove with your stats
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Undestroyer on July 04, 2020, 09:19:32 AM
My dogs can clearly tell time.
I wonder how they do it.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 04, 2020, 11:01:04 AM
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Sorry having trouble interpreting this part:

You know how they mock trump for going bankrupt 7 times, what day was Dell Dimension is that he'll so re made his fortune that many times over he doesn't need hand out he doesn't need a hand up either. He's never been in on it so this week which is why he was always portrayed as an arrogant braggadocio.

braggadocio sounds like a good gelato :)

So are you saying there is no where to look at the stats, they're being intentionally mis-reported as some way to keep this hidden?

Maybe I'm confused what do you want to prove with your stats

That trump is having a huge impact. The numbers I'm seeing from primary sources all seem to be low (for human trafficking). I've been able to find no good statistical resources on child trafficking, CP arrests, etc. It definitely seems more in the news, and there have been some massive rings busted, but no good state resource to point to here's where they were pre-trump and post-trump. 
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 04, 2020, 11:51:37 AM
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My dogs can clearly tell time.
I wonder how they do it.

Care to elaborate.
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Post by: Undestroyer on July 04, 2020, 06:30:39 PM
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My dogs can clearly tell time.
I wonder how they do it.

Care to elaborate.
Sure, every now and then my dogs wske me up.

Its not random though.
Like this morning it was 0330 which is a time i like to take them for a walk.

There have been ti.es my dogs woke me up for work when my alarm messed up.

I mean i know it seems thin but i am convinced they know the time or at least points in time in a cycle.
I started wondering how yhey do it.

Are they using some sort of external variables or do they havd some internal ability to tell time like we do.
Or do they have a technology :p

Just musing :)
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 04, 2020, 10:59:15 PM
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Sorry having trouble interpreting this part:

You know how they mock trump for going bankrupt 7 times, what day was Dell Dimension is that he'll so re made his fortune that many times over he doesn't need hand out he doesn't need a hand up either. He's never been in on it so this week which is why he was always portrayed as an arrogant braggadocio.

braggadocio sounds like a good gelato :)

So are you saying there is no where to look at the stats, they're being intentionally mis-reported as some way to keep this hidden?

Maybe I'm confused what do you want to prove with your stats

That trump is having a huge impact. The numbers I'm seeing from primary sources all seem to be low (for human trafficking). I've been able to find no good statistical resources on child trafficking, CP arrests, etc. It definitely seems more in the news, and there have been some massive rings busted, but no good state resource to point to here's where they were pre-trump and post-trump.

For  obvious reasons that's the one point the media will bury over all others you just have to do some digging.

https://www.reedcooper.net/breaking-news/thanks-to-trump-human-trafficking-arrests-hit-all-time-high?fbclid=IwAR1to53qAGGcznSVB992XkkrdbJcGBPYGceHkh7Xzl5STvPzW5QHIVeu-bc
Title: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on July 04, 2020, 11:23:19 PM
So Kanye West is apparently running for president. What do you guys think?

https://twitter.com/kanyewest/status/1279575273365594112
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 04, 2020, 11:41:13 PM
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So Kanye West is apparently running for president. What do you guys think?

https://twitter.com/kanyewest/status/1279575273365594112

Moonchild for president in the Aeon of Horus. I don't think that will get far but I'm sure the attempt is symbolic of something.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 05, 2020, 12:48:58 AM
The jews should be terrified

https://youtu.be/Koll2tjLX_s
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 05, 2020, 01:25:55 AM
This is hilarious... That slap and the Epstein joke.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 05, 2020, 03:10:04 AM
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This is hilarious... That slap and the Epstein joke.

He has a few truly funny videos
Title: Random musings
Post by: nobody on July 05, 2020, 07:32:42 AM
woek
Title: Random musings
Post by: nobody on July 05, 2020, 02:30:50 PM
btw where's the queen gone?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3H3i92yodyc

The seal has been removed from the gates and all the windows are boarded up from the inside.
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on July 06, 2020, 06:26:34 AM
Cats don't suffer from connective tissue disorders due to their purring. The frequencies/vibrations keep the tissues from degrading. Psychoacoustic therapy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjZhSxxhFgM
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 06, 2020, 11:24:32 AM
Windows 10 loads "random" backgrounds on the login screen for a couple years now. This morning, a big picture of Mars was on my login screen.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 06, 2020, 12:47:51 PM
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Cats don't suffer from connective tissue disorders due to their purring. The frequencies/vibrations keep the tissues from degrading. Psychoacoustic therapy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjZhSxxhFgM

There's still no practical application of 'Tesla tech' that the public has access to.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 07, 2020, 01:42:54 PM
So what do you guys think about those people who are giant sized? Are they descendants of Nephilim or were we all that much taller in the past?

Woman, 29, with incredible 52.8-inch legs says she loves showing them off in shorts and high heels - but admits her 6ft 9in height means she's always hitting her head on doorframes
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-8493845/Woman-29-incredible-52-8-inch-legs-says-loves-showing-off.html
 
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 07, 2020, 04:55:22 PM
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Cats don't suffer from connective tissue disorders due to their purring. The frequencies/vibrations keep the tissues from degrading. Psychoacoustic therapy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjZhSxxhFgM

There's still no practical application of 'Tesla tech' that the public has access to.
You mean other than radar sonar the radio Wi-Fi and alternating current electricity
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 07, 2020, 05:11:36 PM
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Cats don't suffer from connective tissue disorders due to their purring. The frequencies/vibrations keep the tissues from degrading. Psychoacoustic therapy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjZhSxxhFgM

There's still no practical application of 'Tesla tech' that the public has access to.
You mean other than radar sonar the radio Wi-Fi and alternating current electricity

I was thinking more of his 'free energy devices' and things in that category but I see your point. I guess I did flex my ignorance about what came 'after Tesla' in my last post.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 07, 2020, 08:50:53 PM
Trump was victim of 'child abuse' at hands of his father, who 'caused him terror that would scar him for life', claims President's niece who describes Donald as 'Frankenstein without the conscience' in explosive memoir
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8498179/Donald-Trump-suffered-child-abuse-hands-father-niece-claims-book.html
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on July 08, 2020, 02:31:30 PM
Neville Goddard
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IMAGINATION CREATES REALITY
Your own wonderful human imagination is the actual creative power of God within you. It is your savior. If
you were thirsty, water would be your savior. If you needed a job, employment would be your savior. Your
imagination is the power to save you from whatever circumstances you now find yourself. You can
experience your heart’s desire through the use of your imagination. Nothing is impossible to your imagination.
Your imagination is unlimited in what it can accomplish. If you can imagine something, you can achieve it. Let
me give you an example. If you were unable to walk and were confined to a wheelchair, you could close your
eyes and imagine yourself running on the beach or wading in the water. If you would imagine yourself doing
this until it took on the tones of reality, you could accomplish a healing that would allow you to actually walk
or run.

The way to use your imagination creatively is this. Relax in a chair or on a bed and close your eyes. First
determine what it is you wish to experience. Then, in this state of complete relaxation, bring to mind the end
result of what it is you desire. In other words, if you were seeking a promotion at work, the end result might
be that people would congratulate you on your promotion. You might move to a larger office. You would
enjoy an increase in pay. Take any one of these events and, with your eyes closed, actually hear your friends
congratulate you on your promotion. Feel their hand in yours as they tell you how happy they are for you. By
actually feeling that you are being congratulated, your imagination will go to work to bring about that state in
your outer world. You need not be concerned about how this will be accomplished. Your imagination will use
whatever natural means are necessary to bring it about. “I am the beginning and the end.” “My ways are past
finding out.” What you do in imagination is an instantaneous creative act. However, in this three-dimensional
world, events appear in a time sequence. Therefore, it may take a short interval of time to realize in the outer
world what you have just experienced in imagination. After you have performed this act in your imagination,
open your eyes and go about your normal, natural affairs, confident that what you have done must come to
fruition in your world. Make your inner conversations conform to your imaginal act. You have planted a seed
and you will soon see the harvest of that which you have sowed.

When you go into your imagination, make sure that you are actually performing the action, hearing the words,
touching the object, or smelling the aroma in your self-conceived drama. What you do in your imagination is
not merely a daydream in which you see events in your mind’s eye. You must enter the dream as if you were
actually there. You must make “then” now and make “there” here. To make this perfectly clear, imagine that
you would experience driving a new car after you have achieved your goal. In that case, you would not
merely see a new car in your mind’s eye. You must actually enter the dream. Feel yourself seated behind the
steering wheel. Smell the newness of the interior. Feel yourself enjoying a comfortable ride. Feel the
happiness that would be yours after accomplishing your dream.

That which you experience in imagination is an actual creative act. It is a fact in the fourth dimension of space
and will make its appearance in this three-dimensional world just as surely as planting a seed will result in the
growth of a particular plant. Once you have planted this seed in your imagination, do not uproot it by being
anxious about how it will be accomplished. Each seed has its own appointed time. Some seeds take a few
days; others a little longer. Feel confident that what you have planted will appear in your world. Your
imagination will draw all that it needs to make your dream an actual reality. It if takes others to play a part in
order to accomplish your end, your imagination will draw that person into your drama to play his or her part
in the sequence of events. Your only responsibility is to remain faithful to your imaginal act until you
experience it in your outer world. You can repeat your imaginal act each night before falling asleep. In fact,
you may wish to enact this drama over and over again until it feels normal and natural to you as you drop off
to sleep. Your imagination will work out the means to realize your dream while your conscious mind sleeps.
Bring your five senses into play as you perform your imaginal activity. Actually hear a friend’s voice
congratulating you or feel yourself hugging that person. If you wanted a new piano, run your hand over the
smooth wood, touch the keys, and listen to the sound. If you wanted to receive a dozen roses, actually smell
the fragrance and touch their velvety petals.

Finally, you must be persistent in attaining your desire. Continue to imagine what you want until you have
actually obtained it. You do nothing else to obtain your desire. If it is necessary to take some action, you will
be led to do so in a normal, natural manner. You do not have to do anything to “help” bring it about.
Remember that it is God, Himself, who is doing the work and He knows exactly how to accomplish it. If you
think of your desire during the day, give thanks that it is already an accomplished fact – because it is!
Dream better than the best you know
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on July 08, 2020, 03:41:43 PM
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Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 09, 2020, 01:11:36 PM
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So Kanye West is apparently running for president. What do you guys think?

https://twitter.com/kanyewest/status/1279575273365594112

Is this "serious bipolar episode" him trying to fight his programming?

Presidential hopeful Kanye West 'is in the middle of a serious bipolar episode and his family are very concerned for him' following controversial Forbes interview and decision to run for the White House
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-8505647/Kanye-West-middle-bipolar-episode.html
Title: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on July 09, 2020, 05:58:30 PM
Ritual killing of Kings is very prominent throughout history, for example in the murder of Caesar, Kennedy, and Lincoln, and it's supposedly a reenactment of the death and rebirth of Osiris. The attempts of impeaching Trump could also be interpreted as symbolic of killing the King

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Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 10, 2020, 02:43:56 PM
Is this an example of energy vampirism or a 'powerful' entity forcing their energy (to cause fear or something else) on someone?

ASDA WORKER FAINTS MID-CONVERSATION IN FRONT OF PRINCE CHARLES DURING STORE VISIT
https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/royal-family/prince-charles-camilla-faint-asda-supermarket-worker-a9612021.html
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on July 10, 2020, 04:50:09 PM
The Normandy landings, code-named Operation Neptune, were the beginning of Operation Overlord, the Allies' assault on German-occupied territory.

D is the 4th letter of the alphabeta.
6th of June (6/6) 1944
On D-Day alone, around 4,400 Allied troops died.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 11, 2020, 12:57:48 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1-D8UOq7iA
Title: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on July 11, 2020, 04:43:08 PM
"Death is the loss of information" according to Elon

https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1281661156294193152?s=21
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 11, 2020, 07:38:06 PM
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"Death is the loss of information" according to Elon

https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1281661156294193152?s=21

Elon is correct
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on July 14, 2020, 01:07:17 AM
Loss of information is also what happens when you fall asleep.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 14, 2020, 05:28:54 AM
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Loss of information is also what happens when you fall asleep.

Explain...
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Post by: Grass is Green on July 14, 2020, 11:00:51 AM
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Loss of information is also what happens when you fall asleep.

Explain...

Once you fall asleep, unless you go immediately into dreaming, there is a blackout. By contrast, many of us awaken immediately remembering the dream we were just in. Falling asleep entails a blacking out of all awareness; a loss of information.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on July 15, 2020, 07:27:20 AM
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Loss of information is also what happens when you fall asleep.

Explain...

Once you fall asleep, unless you go immediately into dreaming, there is a blackout. By contrast, many of us awaken immediately remembering the dream we were just in. Falling asleep entails a blacking out of all awareness; a loss of information.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/07/13/washington-announces-name-logo-will-be-retired/
Cucked NFL Logo was designed by a Res Indian Blackfeet tribe member host of teams to follow suit I'm sure. To name a few Texans ,Patriots ,Kansas City Chiefs, ad nauseum.There comin to take it away Stay Safe All.
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Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 15, 2020, 11:15:12 AM
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Loss of information is also what happens when you fall asleep.

Explain...

Once you fall asleep, unless you go immediately into dreaming, there is a blackout. By contrast, many of us awaken immediately remembering the dream we were just in. Falling asleep entails a blacking out of all awareness; a loss of information.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/07/13/washington-announces-name-logo-will-be-retired/
Cucked NFL Logo was designed by a Res Indian Blackfeet tribe member host of teams to follow suit I'm sure. To name a few Texans ,Patriots ,Kansas City Chiefs, ad nauseum.There comin to take it away Stay Safe All.

I wonder if the NHL is going to cuck on the Blackhawks
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Post by: sheepdog on July 15, 2020, 09:59:44 PM
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Loss of information is also what happens when you fall asleep.

Explain...

Once you fall asleep, unless you go immediately into dreaming, there is a blackout. By contrast, many of us awaken immediately remembering the dream we were just in. Falling asleep entails a blacking out of all awareness; a loss of information.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/07/13/washington-announces-name-logo-will-be-retired/
Cucked NFL Logo was designed by a Res Indian Blackfeet tribe member host of teams to follow suit I'm sure. To name a few Texans ,Patriots ,Kansas City Chiefs, ad nauseum.There comin to take it away Stay Safe All.

I wonder if the NHL is going to cuck on the Blackhawks
I know right! or the Eskimos in truedeauland the National Honkey league better harden ujp
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Post by: sheepdog on July 15, 2020, 10:13:13 PM
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https://www.state.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/2019-Trafficking-in-Persons-Report.pdf
https://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=tp&tid=40#pubs - nothing on the data section, redirects to:
https://bja.ojp.gov/program/anti-human-trafficking-task-force-initiative/overview - gone through the whole site, can't find any stats

https://polarisproject.org/2018-us-national-human-trafficking-hotline-statistics/

FBI's stats from 2018 (seem paltry) - https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2018/crime-in-the-u.s.-2018/additional-data-collections/human-trafficking/human-trafficking.pdf



Arguing with a guy about Trump's record when it comes to human trafficking. In actually looking at the data myself - it does seem like every number is down worldwide post-trump (prosecutions, convictions) according to the official data I could find. I'm thinking maybe cheese pizza arrests might not be counted in the human trafficking stats.

Does anyone have a good resource for some counter information?

There is no counter information Trump is Crackdown on human trafficking like no other president in history he's arrested exponentially more child traffickers than any other world leader at any time ever which is why they've been relentlessly assaulting him since before he was elected.

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https://www.state.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/2019-Trafficking-in-Persons-Report.pdf
https://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=tp&tid=40#pubs - nothing on the data section, redirects to:
https://bja.ojp.gov/program/anti-human-trafficking-task-force-initiative/overview - gone through the whole site, can't find any stats

https://polarisproject.org/2018-us-national-human-trafficking-hotline-statistics/

FBI's stats from 2018 (seem paltry) - https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2018/crime-in-the-u.s.-2018/additional-data-collections/human-trafficking/human-trafficking.pdf



Arguing with a guy about Trump's record when it comes to human trafficking. In actually looking at the data myself - it does seem like every number is down worldwide post-trump (prosecutions, convictions) according to the official data I could find. I'm thinking maybe cheese pizza arrests might not be counted in the human trafficking stats.

Does anyone have a good resource for some counter information?

So here's the lowdown that most of you don't know I tried to avoid saying it because it's impossible to substantiate due to its anecdotal nature and you ou know how I feel about unsubstantiated claims, so you can take it or leave it can tickets for entertainment purposes only if you must

You know how they mock trump for going bankrupt 7 times, what day was Dell Dimension is that he'll so re made his fortune that many times over he doesn't need hand out he doesn't need a hand up either. He's never been in on it so this week which is why he was always portrayed as an arrogant braggadocio.

Check his  pre presidential tweets...

He made it pretty f****** clear from day one he was going to be going after them part for this because he is in fact a cocky SOB...

Always get a kick out of his rants cool dude .Strange reminds me of you at times kicking ass and taking names . Stay Safe keep on truckin thanks for havin me.. Caught flack from some in the family over that phukup with the Site.Blistered my Ears lol women till they realised it wasn,t me  or my tude.
Title: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on July 15, 2020, 11:01:49 PM
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Cats don't suffer from connective tissue disorders due to their purring. The frequencies/vibrations keep the tissues from degrading. Psychoacoustic therapy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjZhSxxhFgM
Great vid !  There is a gong that you can use and it showed one  portion of this .pathway in your vid .Being able to use all your viscous tissues, they look like Snot ,makes you realize how connected our bodies could be .when we connect.and utilize  all those ready to use tissues you tube has some vids if you pursue Dragon Tiger  Medical Chigong . Health and super strength await you AND practice the WUJI stance also on you tube I am sure .This will be enough to get you started Heavy on the Stance gotta really like this Site everybody smarter than I am makes me strive harder .Spunky folks here my teen little one can move my couple hundred pound around when she roots to the Earth. Our MrNRG has mentioned this  on here somewhere .When you" get it" will just amaze you, never be the same again, Best and Stay Safe.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 18, 2020, 12:53:47 PM
Was Marilyn Monroe a tranny?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on July 19, 2020, 12:59:50 AM
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Was Marilyn Monroe a tranny?

OMG please say no. Those lascivious thoughts I envisaged of her..
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 19, 2020, 11:21:42 AM
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Was Marilyn Monroe a tranny?

OMG please say no. Those lascivious thoughts I envisaged of her..

It's something some people have been saying for a few years. I'm not sure how accurate it is since these days it appears every woman at those levels is being called a tranny. Some are more obvious than others and if not that they are just some less than aesthetically pleasing women.
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Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 19, 2020, 11:43:52 AM
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Was Marilyn Monroe a tranny?

OMG please say no. Those lascivious thoughts I envisaged of her..

It's something some people have been saying for a few years. I'm not sure how accurate it is since these days it appears every woman at those levels is being called a tranny. Some are more obvious than others and if not that they are just some less than aesthetically pleasing women.

Who has been saying it..
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 19, 2020, 01:55:18 PM
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Was Marilyn Monroe a tranny?

OMG please say no. Those lascivious thoughts I envisaged of her..

It's something some people have been saying for a few years. I'm not sure how accurate it is since these days it appears every woman at those levels is being called a tranny. Some are more obvious than others and if not that they are just some less than aesthetically pleasing women.

Who has been saying it..

Firefly and I have had a back/forth about it. I am under the impression she is a female. Some others though I have been convinced of (taylor swift).
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on July 19, 2020, 07:54:10 PM
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PRETENDED DEATH--When a Philosopher has passed a certain number of years in service for the uplift- ment of humanity, having fulfilled the purpose of his soul upon incarnation, he earns the right to retire from the world and to enjoy the freedom demanded for his own spiritual evolution. In the Order of the Philosophers are enrolled the names of many Brothers who have feigned death in one place or who have mysteriously disappeared, only to transplant themselves to another. The burial place of Francis St. Alban has never been divulged by those who know. Lord Bacon's death at the age of 65 is said to have occurred in the year 1626. It is significant that a rare print of John Valentine Andrea, author of certain mystical tracts of of profound influence in Germany, appears to be a portrait of Lord Bacon at 80 years of age and bears a helmet, four roses, and the St. Andrew's cross, the arms of St. Alban's town. Within the past hundred years a notable feigned death has been that of Marshall Ney, a p. 8 Brother and 'the bravest of the brave,' who lived for many years after his supposed execution in France as a respected citizen of Rowan County, North Carolina. Another Brother, 'the friend of humanity,' Count Cagliostro, supposedly died in prison only to pass the remainder of his life in the East.
In the higher degrees of the Order, a Philosopher has power to abandon one physical body no longer suited to his purpose, and to occupy another previously prepared for his use. This transition is called an Avesa, and accounts for the fact that many Masters known to history seemingly never die. The Comte de Gabalis is himself a noteworthy example of this temporal immortality. "To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted." Eccle. III., v., 1, 2. These times and seasons are known to the true Philosopher
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 19, 2020, 08:10:38 PM
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PRETENDED DEATH--When a Philosopher has passed a certain number of years in service for the uplift- ment of humanity, having fulfilled the purpose of his soul upon incarnation, he earns the right to retire from the world and to enjoy the freedom demanded for his own spiritual evolution. In the Order of the Philosophers are enrolled the names of many Brothers who have feigned death in one place or who have mysteriously disappeared, only to transplant themselves to another. The burial place of Francis St. Alban has never been divulged by those who know. Lord Bacon's death at the age of 65 is said to have occurred in the year 1626. It is significant that a rare print of John Valentine Andrea, author of certain mystical tracts of of profound influence in Germany, appears to be a portrait of Lord Bacon at 80 years of age and bears a helmet, four roses, and the St. Andrew's cross, the arms of St. Alban's town. Within the past hundred years a notable feigned death has been that of Marshall Ney, a p. 8 Brother and 'the bravest of the brave,' who lived for many years after his supposed execution in France as a respected citizen of Rowan County, North Carolina. Another Brother, 'the friend of humanity,' Count Cagliostro, supposedly died in prison only to pass the remainder of his life in the East.
In the higher degrees of the Order, a Philosopher has power to abandon one physical body no longer suited to his purpose, and to occupy another previously prepared for his use. This transition is called an Avesa, and accounts for the fact that many Masters known to history seemingly never die. The Comte de Gabalis is himself a noteworthy example of this temporal immortality. "To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted." Eccle. III., v., 1, 2. These times and seasons are known to the true Philosopher

All incarnations are concurrent and it would seem all the mentioned philosophers have discovered what immortality really means. Of course we have also discussed this but what you quoted is interesting regardless.

Comte de Gabalis: Discourse I
https://sacred-texts.com/eso/cdg/cdg04.htm
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 20, 2020, 01:12:04 AM
He speaks with a forked tongue

https://i.4cdn.org/pol/1595213801450.png
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 20, 2020, 03:36:36 AM
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He speaks with a forked tongue

https://i.4cdn.org/pol/1595213801450.png

The joke of him being a reptilian proven true.
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Post by: rufusleephd on July 20, 2020, 04:50:27 AM
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He speaks with a forked tongue

https://i.4cdn.org/pol/1595213801450.png

In light of this, what if anything, does the indicate about the long existing talk of his sister in law procuring for a cannibal restaurant, and / or fb moving into health records to make it faster and easier to grab n go a user nearby based on information accessible thru the social graph? while on the topic  does randonautica have to do with making it easy to snatch and grab?
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on July 20, 2020, 07:17:27 AM
5 antique 830/1000 purity silver salt shakers came into my life. I'm debating on wether to sell them all, keep them all for silver gains or sell some and keep some due to the characteristics of silver(antimicrobial and others). But then I also pondered the esoteric properties of salt as a warding material and how that might interact with silver. Perhaps I shall keep them all and have different salts(other than NaCl) and experiment with them in some ways(any ideas, pointers or applications thoroughly appreciated).
Title: Random musings
Post by: 01010010 on July 20, 2020, 07:47:07 AM
found from anon of /fit/:
there's a compound called bpc-157 that heals drug related damage to the brain, quite a few people have taken it for recovery from cannabis, amphetamine, cocaine abuse and it seems to have gotten them back to normal or mostly normal. there's other supplements like l-dopa and b6 and p5p and N-acetyl cysteine that help dramatically with low dopamine issues (the last one being extremely effective at eliminating drug cravings and restoring brain function after drug use). once you get your dopamine issues somewhat sorted through supplements you can start working on other important things like diet and exercise.

A short research into this and it seems to the real shit, the bpc-157. Anyone more knowledgable members could chime in, looking at you You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login  :D.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 20, 2020, 10:08:12 PM
Why is it a 'thing' that men call things they own 'she'? Like if a man has a truck or a nice car, they may refer to it as 'she'. If a man built something they may refer to it as 'she'.

Who or what is this 'she' that is being referred to?
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Post by: Grass is Green on July 20, 2020, 10:43:38 PM
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Why is it a 'thing' that men call things they own 'she'? Like if a man has a truck or a nice car, they may refer to it as 'she'. If a man built something they may refer to it as 'she'.

Who or what is this 'she' that is being referred to?

Think admiralty law.
Title: Random musings
Post by: 01010010 on July 21, 2020, 03:57:49 AM
https://is2.4chan.org/pol/1595300403878.png

thoughts?
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 21, 2020, 04:20:55 AM
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https://is2.4chan.org/pol/1595300403878.png

thoughts?

That anon has knowledge of what we have discussed here in general about how you aren't your body and magic (in general). He also appears to be chipped and claimed its not worth trying to remove his implant.

Besides that he says that what we call 'China' now are really crypto Jews and that China is very bad, want to enslave the west etc.
Title: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on July 21, 2020, 11:13:36 AM
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He speaks with a forked tongue

https://i.4cdn.org/pol/1595213801450.png
Damn he sure as shit does
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 21, 2020, 11:43:32 AM
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https://is2.4chan.org/pol/1595300403878.png

thoughts?

Something else he also claims is that 'Gregory Hallett' is the true heir to the royalty that the current queen and related have in England. How accurate is that?

Greg Hallett - King of England & Ireland | The Bloody Aussie Battler
https://thebloodyaussiebattler.com/greg-hallett-king-of-england-ireland/
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 22, 2020, 10:06:10 AM
This appears to be the closest that 'science' will get to admitting that eating anything will strain your body and its energy, which will result atrophy and physical death.

Eating too much red meat could SPEED UP the ageing process as scientists claim maintaining healthy levels of iron in the blood could be the key to a longer life
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-8529369/Eating-red-meat-SPEED-ageing-process.html
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 23, 2020, 01:54:33 AM
Portland is considered sjw central
Port Land
What side of the boat is port?
Title: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on July 23, 2020, 02:44:16 AM
The forward end of a boat is called the bow, the aft end the stern. Facing forward the right side is referred to as starboard and the left side as port.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 24, 2020, 10:43:57 AM
'Hook ‘em horns', 'hang ten', 'El Diablo', 'Rock on'. . . also the (sort of) the same sign made when doing a 'pinkie promise'. Also resembles the 'Apana Vayu' hand mudra.

(https://www.ksat.com/resizer/a8WanzYXJNqfnNMam-I689YaPAs=/1600x900/smart/filters:format(jpeg):strip_exif(true):strip_icc(true):no_upscale(true):quality(65)/cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/gmg/4KCR5DQA75HIXMD3WLOVR5OOBY.jpg)

Taken from here:

Gov. Greg Abbott and Elon Musk pose with uniquely Texas hand gesture
https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2020/07/23/gov-greg-abbott-and-elon-musk-pose-with-uniquely-texas-hand-gesture/
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 25, 2020, 05:15:23 PM
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The forward end of a boat is called the bow, the aft end the stern. Facing forward the right side is referred to as starboard and the left side as port.

Port land
Left land
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Post by: IAmToday777 on July 25, 2020, 05:18:32 PM
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The forward end of a boat is called the bow, the aft end the stern. Facing forward the right side is referred to as starboard and the left side as port.

Port land
Left land

Haha. I'd never associated this.

It's perfect.
Title: Random musings
Post by: AllKeyMe on July 27, 2020, 01:54:23 AM
Dear nrg,

I know a certain someone who thinks you are perfect in every way. You make no mistakes and are the only source of information on the internet. Any and all information that is found on the web requires your explicit approval to be considered real, everything else is fake. Could you clarify this topic a bit and and answer the question if one should always ask your permission before reading or relying on any information sources he may find? Or perhaps he should just learn your writings by hearth and rely on memorization skills?

With respect,
A random person from the internet.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 27, 2020, 03:47:49 PM
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Dear nrg,

I know a certain someone who thinks you are perfect in every way. You make no mistakes and are the only source of information on the internet. Any and all information that is found on the web requires your explicit approval to be considered real, everything else is fake. Could you clarify this topic a bit and and answer the question if one should always ask your permission before reading or relying on any information sources he may find? Or perhaps he should just learn your writings by hearth and rely on memorization skills?

With respect,
A random person from the internet.

I find this incredulous because anyone who has been here more than a day has certainly seen me or some of the regulars State explicitly that dogmatic belief isn't really my thing. I go so far as to refuse providing explicit answers and rather Point people in the right direction to find answers on their own for this exact reason.

So if someone truly believes that and behaves in that way well they're probably not going to go wrong listening to me they should certainly not deprive themselves of the journey to the answer because the journey is where the growth occurs.

As a matter of fact what I find truly interesting is the people who claim to disagree with me only do so under the veil of anonymity in quiet places where they can't be heard now this is either because they are afraid of me or because they cannot refute what I say.

If anyone thinks they know differently or better than me speak up that's exactly what this place was established for... so far crickets will you be the first one to take a shot at the title?

Here's a fun exercise tell me something I'm just dead wrong about
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: AllKeyMe on July 28, 2020, 02:39:33 AM
But what is the point of that since you are not wrong?
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Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 28, 2020, 03:43:57 AM
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But what is the point of that since you are not wrong?

The point of what...

You can cheat code your way through contra but it doesn't make you the best Contra player in the world you only become the best Contra player in the world by playing the game
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 28, 2020, 03:50:07 AM
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But what is the point of that since you are not wrong?

The point of what...

You can cheat code your way through contra but it doesn't make you the best Contra player in the world you only become the best Contra player in the world by playing the game

People seem to want to think that there is no point in playing a game that is rigged since 'obviously' you will 'loose'. That doesn't seem to be the case in reality. By that I mean that the way to win a rigged game isn't to just 'not play' like most seem to think.

A knights tale at least revealed that much.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: AllKeyMe on July 28, 2020, 03:53:57 AM
So you are saying that we should actually try to disprove you?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ephemeron on July 28, 2020, 04:16:38 AM
*Throws the gauntlet*

“Jk that wasn’t meant for you... but it was... but it wasn’t. Wait you expected a challenge?”
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Undestroyer on July 28, 2020, 04:29:26 AM
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Why is it a 'thing' that men call things they own 'she'? Like if a man has a truck or a nice car, they may refer to it as 'she'. If a man built something they may refer to it as 'she'.

Who or what is this 'she' that is being referred to?

just a thought so i m not sure if its right but perhaps it has something to do with the fact that these are things that you can get inside of?
Title: Random musings
Post by: 01010010 on July 28, 2020, 04:52:03 AM
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Dear nrg,

I know a certain someone who thinks you are perfect in every way. You make no mistakes and are the only source of information on the internet. Any and all information that is found on the web requires your explicit approval to be considered real, everything else is fake. Could you clarify this topic a bit and and answer the question if one should always ask your permission before reading or relying on any information sources he may find? Or perhaps he should just learn your writings by hearth and rely on memorization skills?

With respect,
A random person from the internet.

I find this incredulous because anyone who has been here more than a day has certainly seen me or some of the regulars State explicitly that dogmatic belief isn't really my thing. I go so far as to refuse providing explicit answers and rather Point people in the right direction to find answers on their own for this exact reason.

So if someone truly believes that and behaves in that way well they're probably not going to go wrong listening to me they should certainly not deprive themselves of the journey to the answer because the journey is where the growth occurs.

As a matter of fact what I find truly interesting is the people who claim to disagree with me only do so under the veil of anonymity in quiet places where they can't be heard now this is either because they are afraid of me or because they cannot refute what I say.

If anyone thinks they know differently or better than me speak up that's exactly what this place was established for... so far crickets will you be the first one to take a shot at the title?

Here's a fun exercise tell me something I'm just dead wrong about
I witnessed all that went on. No ones claimed to know better or to be able to refute you, that was never the issue.
Title: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on July 28, 2020, 12:19:37 PM
Is there an esoteric significance to the US, China and the United Arab Emirates all launching space missions to Mars this month?
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Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 28, 2020, 12:37:57 PM
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Is there an esoteric significance to the US, China and the United Arab Emirates all launching space missions to Mars this month?

Maybe they all want to 'launch missions' to 'go to war' (Mars). That's a very simplistic way of looking at this though and I'm not sure how accurate it is.

They want to go into (the) space (between) to get in contact with 'Mars' (war) and then bring it and its energy back to this density.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on July 28, 2020, 04:12:05 PM
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Why is it a 'thing' that men call things they own 'she'? Like if a man has a truck or a nice car, they may refer to it as 'she'. If a man built something they may refer to it as 'she'.

Who or what is this 'she' that is being referred to?

just a thought so i m not sure if its right but perhaps it has something to do with the fact that these are things that you can get inside of?

Woman provides the vessel.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on July 28, 2020, 04:16:14 PM
He follows how many people?

https://www.instagram.com/thefatjewish/
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ironclad on July 28, 2020, 04:26:45 PM
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He follows how many people?

https://www.instagram.com/thefatjewish/

Yeah I see this guy everywhere on random media , not a fan of his energy ..
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on July 29, 2020, 11:04:05 AM
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He follows how many people?

https://www.instagram.com/thefatjewish/

Yeah I see this guy everywhere on random media , not a fan of his energy ..

Sarcasm is wit's evil twin.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 29, 2020, 11:15:02 AM
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He follows how many people?

https://www.instagram.com/thefatjewish/

Yeah I see this guy everywhere on random media , not a fan of his energy ..

Sarcasm is wit's evil twin.

It's a way to insult someone (more often than not) but when you get called out on it, you can just say 'It was a joke bro don't take it seriously'.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ironclad on July 29, 2020, 11:21:33 AM
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He follows how many people?

https://www.instagram.com/thefatjewish/

Yeah I see this guy everywhere on random media , not a fan of his energy ..

Sarcasm is wit's evil twin.

It was 666 for how long? Because this morning it’s suddenly 667
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ironclad on July 29, 2020, 11:22:11 AM
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He follows how many people?

https://www.instagram.com/thefatjewish/

Yeah I see this guy everywhere on random media , not a fan of his energy ..

Sarcasm is wit's evil twin.

It's a way to insult someone (more often than not) but when you get called out on it, you can just say 'It was a joke bro don't take it seriously'.

How to spot a coward 101
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on July 29, 2020, 11:58:31 AM
I was thinking about the movie Fire Walk With Me, specifically the first part with agents Chester Desmond and Sam Stanley. If we look at these detectives as being symbolic of the investigative part of the human mind, there is a scene where Chet Desmond interacts with the corrupt cops while agent Stanley simply sits, while obsessing over every detail and literally ascribing value to everything in the background, while agent Desmond immediately takes action and even solves the crime by finding the ring later. Sam Stanley is also shown as being gullible and naive, pursuing every bit of useless information while failing to see what's in front of him.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgWV2i1VG_c

I believe this makes it very obvious that this character represents the stereotypical conspiratorial-type person that seeks truth but is led astray by dead ends and is stuck in the details, while Chet Desmond represents the complete opposite, the type of person that values the destination over the journey, which means being all business. Dale Cooper could be a mix of both, becoming a more balanced archetype (especially in The Return, after the "good" and "evil" Cooper merge), and he actually manages to cross the abyss, transcend space-time and modify reality to his will. He has been compared to the "magician" archetype before.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on July 29, 2020, 01:44:26 PM
>Throughout the pandemic, children have largely been exempt from severe COVID-19 infections, despite the recently discovered pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome that occurred in a small number of children who were exposed to the virus. Similar to the inflammatory illness Kawasaki Disease, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an alert and guidance page for children exhibiting symptoms.
>"We are learning something every day," said Jorge Perez, who co-founded Kidz Medical Services and operates pediatric offices throughout South Florida. "We have to be knowledgeable about this and continue to monitor to see what effects it has in children."
>Kidz Medical Services
>Kidz
What's with the Z's?
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 29, 2020, 02:04:13 PM
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>Throughout the pandemic, children have largely been exempt from severe COVID-19 infections, despite the recently discovered pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome that occurred in a small number of children who were exposed to the virus. Similar to the inflammatory illness Kawasaki Disease, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an alert and guidance page for children exhibiting symptoms.
>"We are learning something every day," said Jorge Perez, who co-founded Kidz Medical Services and operates pediatric offices throughout South Florida. "We have to be knowledgeable about this and continue to monitor to see what effects it has in children."
>Kidz Medical Services
>Kidz
What's with the Z's?

Canadians and other Europeans apparently pronounce 'Z' as 'Zed' (when just saying the letter by itself).

The etymology of 'Zed' is 'weapon' so the implication here (as far as the current information presented goes) is that 'Kidz' is referring to how children are ritually abused and sacrificed (not specifically killed) for war. They are weapons in a sense.

Keep in mind they are called 'Kidz' and not 'ChildrenZ'. A kid is a baby (young) goat and they are sacrificed for a few different reasons. A somewhat larger perspective is that they they are doing this because they are either declaring or waging war against something or someone.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Undestroyer on July 29, 2020, 06:19:41 PM
perhaps the signal is directed above 4 feet off the ground
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 30, 2020, 04:59:35 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzmHk28BQrQ
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ephemeron on July 30, 2020, 07:28:51 PM
S is feminine, curves. Z is masculine, straight lines. They are also flipped, reversed.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 30, 2020, 09:28:44 PM
https://youtu.be/aUtQbriWt64
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 31, 2020, 05:12:26 AM
Just got "there's only one story..." Thank you.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 31, 2020, 02:11:44 PM
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Just got "there's only one story..." Thank you.

How so
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on July 31, 2020, 02:59:57 PM
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Just got "there's only one story..." Thank you.

How so

Just came to me while studying the bible earlier. It's probably not the whole picture, but a large piece. Similar to "there's only one person here."
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ophiuchus on July 31, 2020, 07:04:12 PM
Lately I've been interested in learning languages. I already know English and Spanish, and I was wondering what other language do you guys think would be most useful to learn in the modern world. French, German, Chinese, Arabic, Russian or something else?
Title: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 31, 2020, 09:25:17 PM
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Just got "there's only one story..." Thank you.

How so

Just came to me while studying the bible earlier. It's probably not the whole picture, but a large piece. Similar to "there's only one person here."


That's awesome I'm always excited whenever I have an epiphany and I'm truly happy for you. If you can remember the details of what sparked it I'm sure others would be curious and I know I am
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 31, 2020, 09:25:44 PM
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Lately I've been interested in learning languages. I already know English and Spanish, and I was wondering what other language do you guys think would be most useful to learn in the modern world. French, German, Chinese, Arabic, Russian or something else?

I've been saying it for 5 years in my answer has remained unchanged I've even study this language for 3 years myself the answer is Mandarin
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on August 01, 2020, 01:32:43 AM
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Just got "there's only one story..." Thank you.

How so

Just came to me while studying the bible earlier. It's probably not the whole picture, but a large piece. Similar to "there's only one person here."


That's awesome I'm always excited whenever I have an epiphany and I'm truly happy for you. If you can remember the details of what sparked it I'm sure others would be curious and I know I am

There the angel of the Lord appeared to him in flames of fire from within a bush. Moses saw that though the bush was on fire it did not burn up. 3 So Moses thought, “I will go over and see this strange sight—why the bush does not burn up.”

All of a sudden something on tv said - "it's you" and I was reminded to interpret things more metaphorically, and realized that it's referring to the brain on fire and more fully activated (MY brain/vessel). Outside, inside, and all along the journey... the story continues.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Grass is Green on August 01, 2020, 02:24:48 AM
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Just got "there's only one story..." Thank you.

How so

Just came to me while studying the bible earlier. It's probably not the whole picture, but a large piece. Similar to "there's only one person here."


That's awesome I'm always excited whenever I have an epiphany and I'm truly happy for you. If you can remember the details of what sparked it I'm sure others would be curious and I know I am

There the angel of the Lord appeared to him in flames of fire from within a bush. Moses saw that though the bush was on fire it did not burn up. 3 So Moses thought, “I will go over and see this strange sight—why the bush does not burn up.”

All of a sudden something on tv said - "it's you" and I was reminded to interpret things more metaphorically, and realized that it's referring to the brain on fire and more fully activated (MY brain/vessel). Outside, inside, and all along the journey... the story continues.


I love this because it describes exactly how I get clues all throughout the day.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on August 01, 2020, 10:36:34 AM
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He follows how many people?

https://www.instagram.com/thefatjewish/

Yeah I see this guy everywhere on random media , not a fan of his energy ..

Sarcasm is wit's evil twin.

It's a way to insult someone (more often than not) but when you get called out on it, you can just say 'It was a joke bro don't take it seriously'.

How to spot a coward 101
Lol yep
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: sheepdog on August 01, 2020, 10:47:27 AM
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https://youtu.be/aUtQbriWt64

Must check later does he ever  mention playing ASL-Advanced Squad Leader?? Oldie but a goodie
Thanks  Stay Safe
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Museten on August 01, 2020, 12:20:29 PM
No lol, that presentation is quite informative and it's unbelievable what they're doing. The way he's so cavalier with their tactics and techniques is disgusting (engineered peptides to cause targeted individuals to become chronically ill, tools for changing personalities for charismatic leaders and potential leaders to effectively neutralize then and have them behave inline with an agenda - even mentioning targeting down to the "family unit and head of household level".).
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ironclad on August 01, 2020, 01:51:18 PM
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Just got "there's only one story..." Thank you.

How so

Just came to me while studying the bible earlier. It's probably not the whole picture, but a large piece. Similar to "there's only one person here."


That's awesome I'm always excited whenever I have an epiphany and I'm truly happy for you. If you can remember the details of what sparked it I'm sure others would be curious and I know I am

There the angel of the Lord appeared to him in flames of fire from within a bush. Moses saw that though the bush was on fire it did not burn up. 3 So Moses thought, “I will go over and see this strange sight—why the bush does not burn up.”

All of a sudden something on tv said - "it's you" and I was reminded to interpret things more metaphorically, and realized that it's referring to the brain on fire and more fully activated (MY brain/vessel). Outside, inside, and all along the journey... the story continues.


I love this because it describes exactly how I get clues all throughout the day.

its almost as if you have to be tuned into it. its certainly a sensory rush

i remember discovering this image while listening to justin timberlake mirrors
https://imgur.com/a/IvXc9p4
https://imgur.com/a/0ZAqyWg

"It's like you're my mirror
My mirror staring back at me
I couldn't get any bigger
With anyone else beside of me
And now it's clear as this promise
That we're making two reflections into one
'Cause it's like you're my mirror
My mirror staring back at me, staring back at me"

always seems like its right in our faces just need to look ever so slightly through to see. it is constantly all around us, like an open invitation passionately hoping youll see. like in twin peaks theres examples, in season 1 the same thing happens on occasion like with shelly when she had the tv on "an invitation...to love"
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on August 01, 2020, 08:54:04 PM
Fun fact the ocular cavity when being referenced in the singular is called the orbit
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on August 02, 2020, 02:12:57 PM
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Fun fact the ocular cavity when being referenced in the singular is called the orbit

So the eye sits in the orbit. What else is an orbit? Here is an image of the orbit of different planets as seen from Earth.

(https://i.postimg.cc/gjBv1zRm/plntrtin.jpg)

Its very interesting seeing how many things in 'outer space', when their etymology is viewed, is either referring to parts of the body or music. Could the 'human body' actually contain the 'entire universe' inside of it? Could our bodies be unique microcosms of the entire universe itself?

There is a reason why Creator gifted man the spark that (apparently) no other race of beings has.

Look at some of the artwork that the band 'Tool' uses. They actually resemble the orbits of planets (gods) as seen from Earth. If I had to pick just one that it resembled the most, it would be Saturn's.

(https://i.postimg.cc/fTJ7mdnL/lxgrytool.jpg)

Each socket/orbit has an eye inside of it. This would mean that there are many 'eyes' always viewing what is going on inside the planet(s) and god(s) they surround. If Saturn is the one with the most control that sits on top and contains all other planets, gods and densities, then it would seem to imply that Saturn 'perceives all'.

Now, if we were to relate this to the human body and what we can do, then it would imply that our eyes are able and do perceive countless realities that exist right next to and on top of each other. Yet, most people decide to limit themselves to only 'this' Earthly reality.


Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on August 02, 2020, 10:45:09 PM
I've noticed talk show hosts always seem to dislike magicians.
Title: Random musings
Post by: Museten on August 05, 2020, 12:53:22 AM
In Robert Sepehr's latest video about ancient greece he talks about the myths surrounding Jupiter/Zeus, and one particular part struck out. And I'm trying to figure some things out so did some digging. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvTuqoMZndg

Old Greek Stories - http://www.authorama.com/old-greek-stories-1.html

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I. How Fire Was Given to Men
In those old, old times, there lived two brothers who were not like other men, nor yet like those Mighty Ones who lived upon the mountain top. They were the sons of one of those Titans who had fought against Jupiter and been sent in chains to the strong prison-house of the Lower World.

The name of the elder of these brothers was Prometheus, or Forethought; for he was always thinking of the future and making things ready for what might happen to-morrow, or next week, or next year, or it may be in a hundred years to come. The younger was called Epimetheus, or Afterthought; for he was always so busy thinking of yesterday, or last year, or a hundred years ago, that he had no care at all for what might come to pass after a while.

For some cause Jupiter had not sent these brothers to prison with the rest of the Titans.

Prometheus did not care to live amid the clouds on the mountain top. He was too busy for that. While the Mighty Folk were spending their time in idleness, drinking nectar and eating ambrosia, he was intent upon plans for making the world wiser and better than it had ever been before.

He went out amongst men to live with them and help them; for his heart was filled with sadness when he found that they were no longer happy as they had been during the golden days when Saturn was king. Ah, how very poor and wretched they were! He found them living in caves and in holes of the earth, shivering with the cold because there was no fire, dying of starvation, hunted by wild beasts and by one another–the most miserable of all living creatures.

“If they only had fire,” said Prometheus to himself, “they could at least warm themselves and cook their food; and after a while they could learn to make tools and build themselves houses. Without fire, they are worse off than the beasts.”

Then he went boldly to Jupiter and begged him to give fire to men, that so they might have a little comfort through the long, dreary months of winter.

“Not a spark will I give,” said Jupiter. “No, indeed! Why, if men had fire they might become strong and wise like ourselves, and after a while they would drive us out of our kingdom. Let them shiver with cold, and let them live like the beasts. It is best for them to be poor and ignorant, that so we Mighty Ones may thrive and be happy.”

Prometheus made no answer; but he had set his heart on helping mankind, and he did not give up. He turned away, and left Jupiter and his mighty company forever.

As he was walking by the shore of the sea he found a reed, or, as some say, a tall stalk of fennel, growing; and when he had broken it off he saw that its hollow center was filled with a dry, soft pith which would burn slowly and keep on fire a long time. He took the long stalk in his hands, and started with it towards the dwelling of the sun in the far east.

“Mankind shall have fire in spite of the tyrant who sits on the mountain top,” he said.

He reached the place of the sun in the early morning just as the glowing, golden orb was rising from the earth and beginning his daily journey through the sky. He touched the end of the long reed to the flames, and the dry pith caught on fire and burned slowly. Then he turned and hastened back to his own land, carrying with him the precious spark hidden in the hollow center of the plant.

He called some of the shivering men from their caves and built a fire for them, and showed them how to warm themselves by it and how to build other fires from the coals. Soon there was a cheerful blaze in every rude home in the land, and men and women gathered round it and were warm and happy, and thankful to Prometheus for the wonderful gift which he had brought to them from the sun.

It was not long until they learned to cook their food and so to eat like men instead of like beasts. They began at once to leave off their wild and savage habits; and instead of lurking in the dark places of the world, they came out into the open air and the bright sunlight, and were glad because life had been given to them.

After that, Prometheus taught them, little by little, a thousand things. He showed them how to build houses of wood and stone, and how to tame sheep and cattle and make them useful, and how to plow and sow and reap, and how to protect themselves from the storms of winter and the beasts of the woods. Then he showed them how to dig in the earth for copper and iron, and how to melt the ore, and how to hammer it into shape and fashion from it the tools and weapons which they needed in peace and war; and when he saw how happy the world was becoming he cried out:

“A new Golden Age shall come, brighter and better by far than the old!”

Jupiter is pissed and enacts retribution for disobeying him:

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In those very early times there was a man named Deucalion, and he was the son of Prometheus. He was only a common man and not a Titan like his great father, and yet he was known far and wide for his good deeds and the uprightness of his life. His wife’s name was Pyrrha, and she was one of the fairest of the daughters of men.

After Jupiter had bound Prometheus on Mount Caucasus and had sent diseases and cares into the world, men became very, very wicked. They no longer built houses and tended their flocks and lived together in peace; but every man was at war with his neighbor, and there was no law nor safety in all the land. Things were in much worse case now than they had been before Prometheus had come among men, and that was just what Jupiter wanted. But as the world became wickeder and wickeder every day, he began to grow weary of seeing so much bloodshed and of hearing the cries of the oppressed and the poor.

Another interesting thing in the video, based on the story of Zeus' unleashing the flood waters (and instructing someone to create an ark) it closely mirrors the story of Noah - another indication that Zeus/Jupiter/Lucifer is the god of the Bible. 

Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ephemeron on August 05, 2020, 02:28:04 AM
I enjoy these because they go beyond Bullfinch or Hamilton, they do much more than retell the myths for story’s sake.

Robert Graves’ The Greek Myths volumes, preferably older printings with his extensive footnotes in tact. The White Goddess with footnotes is a poetic investigation exploring Hellenic archetypes and etymologies beyond ancient Greece.

Joseph Campbell’s Occidental Mythology does the same in simpler terms and links Hellenism to the “one story” he’s renowned for carrying into modern literature.

Anne Baring and Jules Crawford’s The Myth of the Goddess investigates Venus through the ages, up to Mary and Sophia and Cinderella. It’s not as poetic as the others (ie it’s too modern!) but it gives many references and a large Bibliography.

From Ritual to Romance by Jessie Weston is a short, compelling read. Like Campbell’s Mythos lectures her work proves the Greek mysteries survived well into medieval myth.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Museten on August 05, 2020, 02:33:02 AM
Awesome thank you.
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: ephemeron on August 05, 2020, 02:51:34 AM
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Awesome thank you.

Anytime!!

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  • So the question is, is Prometheus an aspect of Lucifer/Zeus/Jupiter?
  • Why would Zeus punish this part of himself?

In line with what Nick has said of the tutelary deity as Venus, it’s possible that Prometheus is a male casting of Venus. The Vedic Venus is Shukra, a “preceptor” renowned with foresight, prophecy, and the mystery of rebirth. Like Prometheus, Shukra spites Jupiter to share knowledge with the Asuras or earthly spirits.[/list]
Title: Re: Random musings
Post by: Nrgiseternal on August 05, 2020, 05:36:39 AM
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    Awesome thank you.

    Anytime!!

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    • So the question is, is Prometheus an aspect of Lucifer/Zeus/Jupiter?
    • Why would Zeus punish this part of himself?

    In line with what Nick has said of the tutelary deity as Venus, it’s possible that Prometheus is a male casting of Venus. The Vedic Venus is Shukra, a “preceptor” renowned with foresight, prophecy, and the mystery of rebirth. Like Prometheus, Shukra spites Jupiter to share knowledge with the Asuras or earthly spirits.[/list]

    The Greeks were fairly obsessed with Lucifer they had him as  Prometheus chiron and Apollo and lesser  aspects in a few others
    Title: Re: Random musings
    Post by: Museten on August 05, 2020, 09:51:53 PM
    Is the dog star related to the "dogs of war" idea - or the fact that marine's and other soldiers are referred to as dogs?
    Title: Re: Random musings
    Post by: ophiuchus on August 05, 2020, 11:59:37 PM
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    Is the dog star related to the "dogs of war" idea - or the fact that marine's and other soldiers are referred to as dogs?

    I think it's mostly related to the concept of "Dog Days". But also, the word "Dog" itself is "God" reversed.

    dog (n.)
    "quadruped of the genus Canis," Old English docga, a late, rare word, used in at least one Middle English source in reference specifically to a powerful breed of canine; other early Middle English uses tend to be depreciatory or abusive. Its origin remains one of the great mysteries of English etymology

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    The dog days or dog days of summer are the hot, sultry days of summer. They were historically the period following the heliacal rising of the star system Sirius, which Hellenistic astrology connected with heat, drought, sudden thunderstorms, lethargy, fever, mad dogs, and bad luck. They are now taken to be the hottest, most uncomfortable part of summer in the Northern Hemisphere.
    The English name is a calque of the Latin dies caniculares (lit. "the puppy days"), itself a calque of the ancient Greek κυνάδες ἡμέραι.[1] The Greeks knew the star α Canis Majoris by several names, including Sirius "Scorcher" (Σείριος, Seírios), Sothis (Σῶθις, Sôthis, a transcription of Egyptian Spdt), and the Dog Star (Κῠ́ων, Kúōn).[2] The last name reflects the way Sirius follows the constellation Orion into the night sky

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    The dog is tied to the Moon by inheritance of blood: the domestic dog carries within it the lunar forces of the ancient wolf ancestor. According to shamanic tradition, the wolf howls at the moon to thank it for illuminating the night. The wolf sees through the dark, finds the way thanks to the light reflected from the Moon (female planet) to penetrate into the woods where hunting in a pack. His progress through the night, which is also based on smell, also allows him to be a totemic animal, or an animal on which it is possible to meditate to find the way into the darkness within ourselves, or the unconscious. Despite this (or perhaps by inversion) the dog is a predominantly diurnal animal, having adapted to the life of man: in this way its symbolic values ​​move more and more towards solar characteristics.

    The negative side of the symbolism of the wolf (and therefore of the dog) is that of its demonization in instinctive power totally out of control, so much so that the human being regresses to a semi-human state: this is the process that intervenes in the legendary figure of the werewolf. A werewolf is a human being who gets rid of an overly heavy civilized and moralistic super-ego to give vent to the darkest instincts. Feran and feral sensuality are mixed in the werewolf, which invade and eclipse the compassion and love of the human being. The silver bullet, fatal to the wolf man of subsequent fictional narratives, is obviously linked to the Moon: silver, as a lunar metal, can welcome the forces of the Christ of the Sun through blessing, thus reversing the perverse lunarity of the wolf werewolf
    https://anthroposophy.blog/2012/10/11/occult-forces-of-dogs-and-cats/

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    Cerberus (Kerberos) is a triple-headed dog or doglike creature who guards the entrance to Hades, the Greek underworld. Not originally a “Demonic” creature, Cerberus became the model for the Hellhounds of the Devil and other Black Dogs in folklore. In classical myth, Cerberus is the offspring of Typhon, a dragon and Serpent-shaped monster associated with wind and volcanic eruptions. In Homeric poems, Cerberus is “the dog.”
    https://occult-world.com/cerberus/

    So while God awaits in "Heaven", the symbolic representation of Hell, or the underworld, "Hades" is guarded by a Dog. Anubis is the Egyptian God of death and the underworld and is depicted with a Dog's head.

    This is also why a bad life is often called a "dog’s life". The word  dog is also used to refer to a wicked, unpleasant person
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    Post by: ophiuchus on August 06, 2020, 12:01:58 AM
    black people also call each other dogs, or "dawgs".
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    Post by: Nrgiseternal on August 06, 2020, 12:59:20 AM
    St christoper, im sirius
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    Post by: DimensionsOfYou on August 06, 2020, 07:47:32 AM
    “PHILOSOPHER: Without question, there is no shortage of behavior that is evil. But no one, not even the most hardened criminal, becomes involved in crime purely out of a desire to engage in evil acts. Every criminal has an internal justification for getting involved in crime. A dispute over money leads someone to engage in murder, for instance. To the perpetrator, it is something for which there is a justification and which can be restated as an accomplishment of “good.” Of course, this is not good in a moral sense, but good in the sense of being “of benefit to oneself.”
    YOUTH: Of benefit to oneself?
    PHILOSOPHER: The Greek word for “good” (agathon) does not have a moral meaning. It just means “beneficial.” Conversely, the word for “evil” (kakon) means “not beneficial.” Our world is rife with injustices and misdeeds of all kinds, yet there is not one person who desires evil in the purest sense of the word, that is to say something “not beneficial.”

    Excerpt From: Ichiro Kishimi. “The Courage to Be Disliked.” iBooks.
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    Post by: Grass is Green on August 06, 2020, 02:47:56 PM
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    St christoper, im sirius

    In front of everyone's faces:

    "This saint, portrayed in the Eastern church as a man with the head of a dog, was supposedly descended from a legendary race of giants with human bodies and canine heads." https://www.livinginseason.com/events/st-christopher/
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    Post by: Museten on August 06, 2020, 05:06:43 PM
    What does it mean though? Christopher was a follower of the sirius cult? He was a burly, animalistic man, or an actual dog human hybrid. I've read a lot of various info on christopher/dog headed deities, but struggling with this one.
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    Post by: DimensionsOfYou on August 06, 2020, 05:23:08 PM
    https://boards.4channel.org/x/thread/25768552
    CERN hacked 'space time'
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    Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on August 06, 2020, 05:47:20 PM
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    What does it mean though? Christopher was a follower of the sirius cult? He was a burly, animalistic man, or an actual dog human hybrid. I've read a lot of various info on christopher/dog headed deities, but struggling with this one.

    People back then didn't have the luxury of metaphorically depicting people in their art work. He was a 'dog human' and part of the races that helped enslave man. Not to be mistaken with the 'plane walkers' who appeared to man as a wolf.
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    Post by: Museten on August 06, 2020, 08:37:43 PM
    I'm familiar with the quote from nrg - although wasn't it related to ancient sculptures (lizard) from 5000bc? Christopher is much more modern, and there are definitely examples of metaphorical art work from contemporary works (Bible being foremost).

    So is there a place to meet/find these dog headed persons?
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    Post by: Nrgiseternal on August 07, 2020, 12:27:39 AM
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    I'm familiar with the quote from nrg - although wasn't it related to ancient sculptures (lizard) from 5000bc? Christopher is much more modern, and there are definitely examples of metaphorical art work from contemporary works (Bible being foremost).

    So is there a place to meet/find these dog headed persons?

    Underground mostly and a few in east asia in south america where human feet havent traced for decades or more
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    Post by: 01010010 on August 10, 2020, 01:25:26 PM
    what does the nose know?
    www.businessinsider. com/tom-steyer-jerusalem-cross-hand-every-day-focus-truth-2020-1

    anyone following the /x/ threads?
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    Post by: sheepdog on August 10, 2020, 02:52:45 PM
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    I'm familiar with the quote from nrg - although wasn't it related to ancient sculptures (lizard) from 5000bc? Christopher is much more modern, and there are definitely examples of metaphorical art work from contemporary works (Bible being foremost).

    So is there a place to meet/find these dog headed persons?
    lol if you are going hunting for them big game rifles order of the day would make one helluva trophy .Load your own rounds maximum kill.. Maybe tracer rounds  interspersed for effect .Bring along SAWS as adjuncts .No prisoners