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Re: Truth in Fiction
#30: June 11, 2020, 11:25:12 PM
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How accurate is this? Was Tesla really part of a group of brilliant minds and a founder of one?

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Edison like Judas?
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#31: June 11, 2020, 11:54:22 PM
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How accurate is this? Was Tesla really part of a group of brilliant minds and a founder of one?

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Edison like Judas?

I think it's just a half-decent story guys there was nothing Innovative or genius about Disney UB iwerks was the Real Genius of the Disney Company although I guess in that way him and Edison are similar
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Truth in Fiction
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#33: June 13, 2020, 08:03:51 PM
The TV show Westworld is really amazing. The third season's main plot (spoiler alert) revolves around an AI called Solomon that predicts and shapes the world by using biometric data, and it also shows people in the future having a microchip implant, and even soldiers being used in psyops.
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#34: June 15, 2020, 12:24:29 PM
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The TV show Westworld is really amazing. The third season's main plot (spoiler alert) revolves around an AI called Solomon that predicts and shapes the world by using biometric data, and it also shows people in the future having a microchip implant, and even soldiers being used in psyops.

Lol I loved the original as a child, still need to watch the series. They clearly made it about something else entirely, didn’t they? Artemis Fowl fans are up in arms, for the same.
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#35: June 15, 2020, 12:38:59 PM
So the mystical fantasy Elves based on the Tuatha de Danaan. Y’know, “The Shining Ones” nonhuman race who glowed, exhibited superior strength, intelligence, and the ability to shape light and mist to mesmerize humans. Those elves.

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The Noldor and the Tuatha Dé Danaan: J.R.R. Tolkien's Irish Influences
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“Shows what use Tolkien made of some elements of Celtic folklore by tracing similarities between Tolkien’s Noldor and the Irish Tuatha de Danaan, demonstrating that his Elves owe at least as much to this heritage as to the Norse álfar.”

The Noldor blacksmith elves, beloved by Aulë the blacksmith god.

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The Noldor were the proudest of the Elves; in the words of the Sindar, they came to Middle-earth because "they needed room to quarrel in". It was this pride that Melkor used to turn the Houses of Fëanor and Fingolfin against each other. The pride of the Noldor also led to their Fall and Exile (and their continued quarrels in Middle-earth, as noted by the Sindar).

Why did Tolkien, privy to all this truth from ancient libraries, still paint the vampires as angelic, holy beings? I searched for a red-button meme that said “compromised,” no such luck.
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#36: June 15, 2020, 01:29:53 PM
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So the mystical fantasy Elves based on the Tuatha de Danaan. Y’know, “The Shining Ones” nonhuman race who glowed, exhibited superior strength, intelligence, and the ability to shape light and mist to mesmerize humans. Those elves.

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The Noldor and the Tuatha Dé Danaan: J.R.R. Tolkien's Irish Influences
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“Shows what use Tolkien made of some elements of Celtic folklore by tracing similarities between Tolkien’s Noldor and the Irish Tuatha de Danaan, demonstrating that his Elves owe at least as much to this heritage as to the Norse álfar.”

The Noldor blacksmith elves, beloved by Aulë the blacksmith god.

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The Noldor were the proudest of the Elves; in the words of the Sindar, they came to Middle-earth because "they needed room to quarrel in". It was this pride that Melkor used to turn the Houses of Fëanor and Fingolfin against each other. The pride of the Noldor also led to their Fall and Exile (and their continued quarrels in Middle-earth, as noted by the Sindar).

Why did Tolkien, privy to all this truth from ancient libraries, still paint the vampires as angelic, holy beings? I searched for a red-button meme that said “compromised,” no such luck.

Maybe they weren't actual vampires? So far it appears at least a couple different types have been mentioned on here. Those that were from Judas, and the semi-reptilian glownigger type if they aren't actually the same kind of being. That or some were both. For example, the mythical hero Lugh was part tuatha de danaan and part fomorian. Both warred against each other, but at the same time the tuatha de danaan had a fomorian king at least once.
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#37: June 15, 2020, 01:39:39 PM
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So the mystical fantasy Elves based on the Tuatha de Danaan. Y’know, “The Shining Ones” nonhuman race who glowed, exhibited superior strength, intelligence, and the ability to shape light and mist to mesmerize humans. Those elves.

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The Noldor and the Tuatha Dé Danaan: J.R.R. Tolkien's Irish Influences
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“Shows what use Tolkien made of some elements of Celtic folklore by tracing similarities between Tolkien’s Noldor and the Irish Tuatha de Danaan, demonstrating that his Elves owe at least as much to this heritage as to the Norse álfar.”

The Noldor blacksmith elves, beloved by Aulë the blacksmith god.

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The Noldor were the proudest of the Elves; in the words of the Sindar, they came to Middle-earth because "they needed room to quarrel in". It was this pride that Melkor used to turn the Houses of Fëanor and Fingolfin against each other. The pride of the Noldor also led to their Fall and Exile (and their continued quarrels in Middle-earth, as noted by the Sindar).

Why did Tolkien, privy to all this truth from ancient libraries, still paint the vampires as angelic, holy beings? I searched for a red-button meme that said “compromised,” no such luck.
They say Tolkien was one of the only, if not the only one, who could read ancient Finnish texts and based LOTR upon that.
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‘…J.R.R. Tolkien who’s the only person who can read the books in the basement of Oxford. He’s got all these (very old) books from Finland and Sweden and he’s the only guy who can actually READ them, alright? And he spends hours and hours reading all this stuff (history) that’s down there…

…and he writes ‘Lord of the Rings’ after he’s done reading it, OK? He says to his friends like C.S. Lewis…he says, there’s a whole History we don’t even know about. And, he told people in his letters that ‘Lord of the Rings’ was about Europe 6500 years ago; that the Irish were the Hobbits and the elves were the Nords. He had this whole thing figured out…

…This is all based on Truth…and he would get ANGRY when people said this was only analogy and metaphor. He would say, ‘NO! It isn’t analogy and metaphor! This is what I learned from my reading…’

…There is this ‘Lord of the Rings’ like SATURN and his name is Sauron. Sauron is obviously so close to the Mesopotamian dictator Sargon who invented Time. He literally invented clocks, calendars, schedules and really delivered the world into the linear, monochromic world that we live in now…

…Tolkien understands this and is trying to show us that this Saturnian Power (alien?) came in and forced us into a kind of SLAVERY; wrecking the planet; destroying the planet; using up all the energy of the planet for its own devices…

…We don’t really know what it is Sauron is trying to accomplish, not really…He’s trying to destroy the elves who know too much and have too much power. He’s trying to trap the Earth into an energy-sucking thing and he’s creating half-breeds of CLONES, the Orcs and all those who are not really human; they’re only partially human, just like the Archons…
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#38: June 15, 2020, 06:50:31 PM
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So the mystical fantasy Elves based on the Tuatha de Danaan. Y’know, “The Shining Ones” nonhuman race who glowed, exhibited superior strength, intelligence, and the ability to shape light and mist to mesmerize humans. Those elves.

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The Noldor and the Tuatha Dé Danaan: J.R.R. Tolkien's Irish Influences
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“Shows what use Tolkien made of some elements of Celtic folklore by tracing similarities between Tolkien’s Noldor and the Irish Tuatha de Danaan, demonstrating that his Elves owe at least as much to this heritage as to the Norse álfar.”

The Noldor blacksmith elves, beloved by Aulë the blacksmith god.

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The Noldor were the proudest of the Elves; in the words of the Sindar, they came to Middle-earth because "they needed room to quarrel in". It was this pride that Melkor used to turn the Houses of Fëanor and Fingolfin against each other. The pride of the Noldor also led to their Fall and Exile (and their continued quarrels in Middle-earth, as noted by the Sindar).

Why did Tolkien, privy to all this truth from ancient libraries, still paint the vampires as angelic, holy beings? I searched for a red-button meme that said “compromised,” no such luck.

You sure he's talking about vampires you can't think of anything else he  might have been talkin about
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#39: June 15, 2020, 08:29:10 PM
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You sure he's talking about vampires you can't think of anything else he  might have been talkin about

Lol I’m seeing blurred lines between all the “drinks human blood” races. Nephilim, Reptilians, or Jews, oh my?

Their fall from grace and their coveting the Silmarils speaks more of an elite Stellar-cult bloodline.
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#40: June 17, 2020, 11:46:11 AM
What do the numbers mean? Or are they just randomly picked with no inherent, deep meaning for the game?

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Re: Truth in Fiction
#41: June 17, 2020, 06:08:41 PM
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What do the numbers mean? Or are they just randomly picked with no inherent, deep meaning for the game?

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Re: Truth in Fiction
#42: June 17, 2020, 08:52:52 PM
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What do the numbers mean? Or are they just randomly picked with no inherent, deep meaning for the game?

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Math is the language of the creator

And the Pythagoreans knew this and I'm willing to bet its how they communicated with Thoth. If someones 'soul' is a string of numbers that spiral out with no end, they must have known the specific sequence that 'Thoth' is associated with.

The characters name in the Black Ops game is 'Mason' and he saw red numbers that communicated something. This is a reference to how the original Masons were a later incarnation of the original Pythagoreans.
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#43: June 17, 2020, 09:18:05 PM
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Lol I once poured heart and soul roleplaying a character named Annie. The Orphan Annie musical is obviously about the red-robed divine youth, Christ or Horus. This number was changed for the film but the original recording has a telling intro.

"And all of a sudden, we have segwayed into the beanery. And the beanery isn't doing too well, it's the height of the Depression, not many people are in there. But the few people who do come into the beanery come in there for one specific reason: and that's because Annie is there. As they, 'the colors may be stale but when you got Annie, who cares?' And this is a song that the customers sing, now what you have to imagine is that Annie scurries through the entire number, changing the napkins and polishing the silverware, and pouring salt and pepper into the shakers."

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An originates in words for heaven or sky, like Anu or Anna-Nin. The feminine An+[n]a also gives us Ak Ana "the white mother" or the Irish Anu/Ana the mother of the fairies.

The lead singer of Arcade Fire is named "Will Pierce Butler." His song Anna features a music video starring Emma Stone, "Emily Jean Stone."  Emma Stone channels an entity awakening on board a cruise ship planette? It's a dramatic ritual set to lyrics welcoming Anna, Annie, Anu, An. The celestial sky deity? @ 2:20 are lizard flaps? @ 3:26 the moon+star motif.

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1:22 she says that her favorite color is "probably red" and her favorite hair color is "probably red".

2:20 when asked "What movie wanted to make you be an actress?" she responds with "Annie".

4:50 she is asked to prove she doesn't play any musical instruments. She is handed a red flute. Flute is Pan's (aspect of Lucifer) instrument.

8:47 she is asked to show her best magic trick. She lights something on fire and makes it disappear. Point is she 'wows' with fire.

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'Emma' is a contraction of 'Ermentrude' which consists of 'whole, universal' and 'beloved, dear'.

'Stone', as far as etymology goes, means 'to thicken, stiffen' and the root that is taken from is sourced in the Sanskrit word of 'styayate' which means 'curdles, becomes hard'.
Also 'Stone' is 'S Tone'.

So 'Emma Stone' is something like a/the 'universally beloved S tone'(?)
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#44: June 17, 2020, 10:05:35 PM
Annie Hall is what she said. I used to like that movie a lot.

I find these weird, they're so scripted, but the pretend natural shooting/delivery is off putting, plus did you notice her fridge is empty and her cupboards bare when she grabs the guy a beer?
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