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Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Undestroyer on April 18, 2020, 02:38:59 AM


The new season of MacGyver has the Phoenix going up against an end of the world death cult called codex.  Tonight's episode featured a prologue showing Tesla doing some Macguyver type shit to avoid this Codex which we are still just learning about.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 19, 2020, 02:57:24 PM
Is the gray 'E.T.' from American Dad some kind of joke about how those 'aliens' hide in front of us all the time and humans are too stupid to realize it? It's a running gag that he plays the role of so many people consistently and even if he just changes his wig, people think its a different person.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on April 19, 2020, 03:22:25 PM
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Is the gray 'E.T.' from American Dad some kind of joke about how those 'aliens' hide in front of us all the time and humans are too stupid to realize it? It's a running gag that he plays the role of so many people consistently and even if he just changes his wig, people think its a different person.

Lol I hate TV but I’d put Roger in a top 5 list. His wiki sums him up:

“Roger describes himself in "You Debt Your Life" as a "fey pansexual alcoholic non-human". Roger's flamboyant and dramatic nature is enhanced by his alcohol dependency. Roger is frequently childish, showing an affinity for character role-playing, tantrums, and pranks, as well as being quite petty, spiteful, greedy, and cruel.“
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Museten on April 19, 2020, 03:46:02 PM
The Matthew mcchaunehy movie frailty. Demons among us. My feel when, switch sides as I get older.
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on April 19, 2020, 05:40:45 PM
I've wanted to share this story for a while. My "awakening" began by channeling an elaborate plot that's since led me to sites like this where I realize several components of my fantasy story exist in the real fantasy world we live in: children used for fuel, old gods/monsters returning, the Veil coming down, the existence of fairies, etc. It's the POV from which I channeled the story that's had me obsessed with investigating the occult races and what stake each has in the turning of the ages. Lol perhaps this story means nothing to anyone else, but it defined my experience long before I experienced, so I have a suspicion the end-game is similar to at least one side's hopes for the "new age."

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A woman lives in a world where magick is disbelieved or veiled from society. A midget, human-like slave race powers the nation's factories, slums, etc., and most humans live among them just as persecuted. This woman discovers the midget-race is being trafficked into fuel centers where they are distilled into potions to feed the nation's elite. She discovers the elite employ magick to rule the world, specifically by their ancient knowledge of reality-bending "worldstones" whose power they hoard into a single capstone. The woman does the unthinkable, she joins forces with one of the slave-imps to sabotage the elite. Their pact fulfills an ancient, magical marriage, a ritual that propels them into an astral realm.

They glimpse the truth of what is going on in the physical: the vampiric elite are 1/3 of an ancient immortal race that was judged and split into 3 lesser races after a great cataclysm and flood. Those that covet the immortality taken from them, who hoard the worldstones' power and feed from their cousin-races; those who seem to dominate the world yet lack the usage of the worldstones, or magick, i.e. the mundane humans; and those who are genetically aligned with the worldstones until life in society dampens their connection to seeming nonexistence, the imp-fey-slave-race. The heroine realizes the greed of the vampiric race is responsible for creating the society/simulation that dismantles the other races' genetic connection to the planet, allowing the elite's unchallenged claim to the "infinity stones." With two members of the other races joining together in alchemical marriage, a kill-switch is activated and the Veil between worlds begins to dissolve; it had only ever existed to bide time and wait for a ritual fulfillment.

The hero and her imp-friend incite physical revolution through the astral realm by awakening the worldstones and flooding magick and magickal creatures back into the world. This allows the heroes, and many others in the physical world, to regain their own genetic memories: they are cognizant members of the ancient immortal race now awakening in the shells of their human/imp bodies. Not only that, the two heroes realize they were the religious leaders of that ancient civilization, directly responsible for the judgment that befell their race and planet. The Veil and its kill-switch were designed by themselves, before time, to catalyze the completion of the alchemical marriage that would unite the 3 fragmentary peoples back into 1. The human and imp hero-duo are reunited into one being in the astral, the first (returning) ancient immortal, or"Elenar."

By now the mortal revolutions mean nothing to them, their quest is to find the individuals from all 3 bastard races who are destined to synthesize back into the immortal Elenar, tasked with proper dispersal of the planet's energy through the worldstones. The more magick their return usurps from the lesser, reigning powers-that-be, the more magick that is redirected into the hands of the proles actively revolting against the "old world." The returning Elenar ancients not only war against the wannabe-immortals who have ignored the judgment to 'walk in mortals' shoes,' they also war against the human civilizations that refuse to accept the "fey" or magickal energies that redefine the next age as not "new" at all, but the return of a previous cycle ruled by the true stewards of nature, i.e. "magick."
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Nrgiseternal on April 20, 2020, 06:02:55 AM
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Is the gray 'E.T.' from American Dad some kind of joke about how those 'aliens' hide in front of us all the time and humans are too stupid to realize it? It's a running gag that he plays the role of so many people consistently and even if he just changes his wig, people think its a different person.

Lol I hate TV but I’d put Roger in a top 5 list. His wiki sums him up:

“Roger describes himself in "You Debt Your Life" as a "fey pansexual alcoholic non-human". Roger's flamboyant and dramatic nature is enhanced by his alcohol dependency. Roger is frequently childish, showing an affinity for character role-playing, tantrums, and pranks, as well as being quite petty, spiteful, greedy, and cruel.“

Not only has Rodger hands on one of the best characters on TV he is Seth MacFarlane's caricature of the elites as is Bullock
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: iknownothing on April 20, 2020, 06:04:05 AM
This book: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43809509-lethal-agent which was released in September 2019 describes coronavirus to a tee including it coming from bats... except it gets smuggled into the usa by terrorists through mexico from Yemen / Somalia, during the lead up to a Presidential election.

No one has really picked up on the synchronicity there. Given it takes the author an entire year (according to Kyle Mills) to write a book that means he either knew about Covid19 in 2018 or earlier or it's just all a big coincedence...

Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on April 21, 2020, 11:53:38 PM
So apparently there is this 'thing' where there is a group people referred to as 'Plumbers' who fight demons, among other entities and travel across dimensions and realities.

Plumbers | Ben 10 Wiki | Fandom
https://ben10.fandom.com/wiki/Plumbers

Category:Plumbers - Super Mario Wiki, the Mario encyclopedia
https://www.mariowiki.com/Category:Plumbers
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on April 28, 2020, 03:50:55 AM
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Covid is a weird Leap from corona unless it means

Covert ID...

Oh sweet Christ. I’ve been thinking about this trailer ever since it came out....... trailer song is “Zombie.” This movie was released in Russia years ago, English trailer didn’t come out until 2020 just weeks before Corona started.

“This is the head of the security department speaking. To keep citizens safe from a terrible disease, the borders of the city have been closed.”

You must know... there IS no epidemic, all this is just a cover for the authorities to justify taking away ANYONE with a gift.”

https://youtu.be/S-3C1CxdSsQ
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: iknownothing on April 28, 2020, 03:03:17 PM
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7394674/ 2019

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The term "blood quantum" refers to a colonial blood measurement system that is used to determine an individual's Indigenous status, and is criticized as a tool of control and erasure of Indigenous peoples. The words take on even more provocative implications as the title of Jeff Barnaby's sophomore feature, which grimly depicts an apocalyptic scenario where in an isolated "Mi'gmaq" community discover they are the only humans immune to a zombie plague. As the citizens of surrounding cities flee to the "Mi'gmaq" reserve in search of refuge from the outbreak, the community must reckon with whether to let the outsiders in - and thus risk not just the extinction of their tribe but of humanity, period. The severe and scathing portrait of post-colonial Indigenous life and culture that Barnaby previously captured in the acclaimed Rhymes for Young Ghouls here deftly collides with the iconography and violent hyperbole typical of the zombie genre.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 01, 2020, 11:21:17 PM
So what were the Templars doing in Norway?

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Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on May 02, 2020, 02:19:56 PM
Lol just rewatched this one.

https://youtu.be/Eh6SqDBPbXE

"Upstairs?! I didn't know we had an upstairs!"
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 12, 2020, 04:46:08 AM
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Lol just rewatched this one.

https://youtu.be/Eh6SqDBPbXE

"Upstairs?! I didn't know we had an upstairs!"

What's below always see what's above but whats above can see everything that's below.

Also, apparently Thoth 'lives upstairs'.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on May 12, 2020, 04:47:59 AM
Is there anything revealing about the movies listed here?

A Bunch Of Movies Are Mysteriously Disappearing From Disney Plus — Here’s Why
https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkain/2020/01/04/a-bunch-of-movies-are-mysteriously-disappearing-from-disney-plus---heres-why/
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on May 14, 2020, 09:29:06 PM
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"[The Xenian blossom] is a parasitical flower that leeches onto a host and then deceives them into doing her bidding. She will then continue to feed off the planet she is on, spreading evil and hatred in the process until it eventually explodes, afterwards she waits for the next host to come along and repeats the cycle. Luna states that she is the most destructive life form in the universe, having destroyed countless inhabited worlds in the Milky Way Galaxy alone."

"She spreads her seeds which turn people into drones so she can feed off their hate. Her seeds can turn into a flying fairy-like minion, a snake-like one or a humanoid form."

They drew the 9/11 face into the smoke of Xenian's possession, here's a gif from the 1993 movie:

h ttps://media.giphy.com/media/Za27qTUrFwI5syk7ch/source.mov

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'They' try to merge your mind with theirs but there's a 'physical presence' as in you can actually see masses of tentacles.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: IAmToday777 on May 14, 2020, 09:41:58 PM
If you ever get around to writing your book I'd love to read it.

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I've wanted to share this story for a while. My "awakening" began by channeling an elaborate plot that's since led me to sites like this where I realize several components of my fantasy story exist in the real fantasy world we live in: children used for fuel, old gods/monsters returning, the Veil coming down, the existence of fairies, etc. It's the POV from which I channeled the story that's had me obsessed with investigating the occult races and what stake each has in the turning of the ages. Lol perhaps this story means nothing to anyone else, but it defined my experience long before I experienced, so I have a suspicion the end-game is similar to at least one side's hopes for the "new age."

Quote
A woman lives in a world where magick is disbelieved or veiled from society. A midget, human-like slave race powers the nation's factories, slums, etc., and most humans live among them just as persecuted. This woman discovers the midget-race is being trafficked into fuel centers where they are distilled into potions to feed the nation's elite. She discovers the elite employ magick to rule the world, specifically by their ancient knowledge of reality-bending "worldstones" whose power they hoard into a single capstone. The woman does the unthinkable, she joins forces with one of the slave-imps to sabotage the elite. Their pact fulfills an ancient, magical marriage, a ritual that propels them into an astral realm.

They glimpse the truth of what is going on in the physical: the vampiric elite are 1/3 of an ancient immortal race that was judged and split into 3 lesser races after a great cataclysm and flood. Those that covet the immortality taken from them, who hoard the worldstones' power and feed from their cousin-races; those who seem to dominate the world yet lack the usage of the worldstones, or magick, i.e. the mundane humans; and those who are genetically aligned with the worldstones until life in society dampens their connection to seeming nonexistence, the imp-fey-slave-race. The heroine realizes the greed of the vampiric race is responsible for creating the society/simulation that dismantles the other races' genetic connection to the planet, allowing the elite's unchallenged claim to the "infinity stones." With two members of the other races joining together in alchemical marriage, a kill-switch is activated and the Veil between worlds begins to dissolve; it had only ever existed to bide time and wait for a ritual fulfillment.

The hero and her imp-friend incite physical revolution through the astral realm by awakening the worldstones and flooding magick and magickal creatures back into the world. This allows the heroes, and many others in the physical world, to regain their own genetic memories: they are cognizant members of the ancient immortal race now awakening in the shells of their human/imp bodies. Not only that, the two heroes realize they were the religious leaders of that ancient civilization, directly responsible for the judgment that befell their race and planet. The Veil and its kill-switch were designed by themselves, before time, to catalyze the completion of the alchemical marriage that would unite the 3 fragmentary peoples back into 1. The human and imp hero-duo are reunited into one being in the astral, the first (returning) ancient immortal, or"Elenar."

By now the mortal revolutions mean nothing to them, their quest is to find the individuals from all 3 bastard races who are destined to synthesize back into the immortal Elenar, tasked with proper dispersal of the planet's energy through the worldstones. The more magick their return usurps from the lesser, reigning powers-that-be, the more magick that is redirected into the hands of the proles actively revolting against the "old world." The returning Elenar ancients not only war against the wannabe-immortals who have ignored the judgment to 'walk in mortals' shoes,' they also war against the human civilizations that refuse to accept the "fey" or magickal energies that redefine the next age as not "new" at all, but the return of a previous cycle ruled by the true stewards of nature, i.e. "magick."
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on May 14, 2020, 10:41:39 PM
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If you ever get around to writing your book I'd love to read it.

Thanks!! If my views of the publishing world weren't shattered to hell, I would've followed through lol.

It brings up a great point though, it wasn't the story itself that inspired me but the process of building its world. Worldbuilding doesn't just awaken the imagination, it pulls all sorts of synch's from the subconscious, arguably our collective subconscious.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Iamme on May 17, 2020, 03:25:16 PM
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I've wanted to share this story for a while. My "awakening" began by channeling an elaborate plot that's since led me to sites like this where I realize several components of my fantasy story exist in the real fantasy world we live in: children used for fuel, old gods/monsters returning, the Veil coming down, the existence of fairies, etc. It's the POV from which I channeled the story that's had me obsessed with investigating the occult races and what stake each has in the turning of the ages. Lol perhaps this story means nothing to anyone else, but it defined my experience long before I experienced, so I have a suspicion the end-game is similar to at least one side's hopes for the "new age."

Quote
A woman lives in a world where magick is disbelieved or veiled from society. A midget, human-like slave race powers the nation's factories, slums, etc., and most humans live among them just as persecuted. This woman discovers the midget-race is being trafficked into fuel centers where they are distilled into potions to feed the nation's elite. She discovers the elite employ magick to rule the world, specifically by their ancient knowledge of reality-bending "worldstones" whose power they hoard into a single capstone. The woman does the unthinkable, she joins forces with one of the slave-imps to sabotage the elite. Their pact fulfills an ancient, magical marriage, a ritual that propels them into an astral realm.

They glimpse the truth of what is going on in the physical: the vampiric elite are 1/3 of an ancient immortal race that was judged and split into 3 lesser races after a great cataclysm and flood. Those that covet the immortality taken from them, who hoard the worldstones' power and feed from their cousin-races; those who seem to dominate the world yet lack the usage of the worldstones, or magick, i.e. the mundane humans; and those who are genetically aligned with the worldstones until life in society dampens their connection to seeming nonexistence, the imp-fey-slave-race. The heroine realizes the greed of the vampiric race is responsible for creating the society/simulation that dismantles the other races' genetic connection to the planet, allowing the elite's unchallenged claim to the "infinity stones." With two members of the other races joining together in alchemical marriage, a kill-switch is activated and the Veil between worlds begins to dissolve; it had only ever existed to bide time and wait for a ritual fulfillment.

The hero and her imp-friend incite physical revolution through the astral realm by awakening the worldstones and flooding magick and magickal creatures back into the world. This allows the heroes, and many others in the physical world, to regain their own genetic memories: they are cognizant members of the ancient immortal race now awakening in the shells of their human/imp bodies. Not only that, the two heroes realize they were the religious leaders of that ancient civilization, directly responsible for the judgment that befell their race and planet. The Veil and its kill-switch were designed by themselves, before time, to catalyze the completion of the alchemical marriage that would unite the 3 fragmentary peoples back into 1. The human and imp hero-duo are reunited into one being in the astral, the first (returning) ancient immortal, or"Elenar."

By now the mortal revolutions mean nothing to them, their quest is to find the individuals from all 3 bastard races who are destined to synthesize back into the immortal Elenar, tasked with proper dispersal of the planet's energy through the worldstones. The more magick their return usurps from the lesser, reigning powers-that-be, the more magick that is redirected into the hands of the proles actively revolting against the "old world." The returning Elenar ancients not only war against the wannabe-immortals who have ignored the judgment to 'walk in mortals' shoes,' they also war against the human civilizations that refuse to accept the "fey" or magickal energies that redefine the next age as not "new" at all, but the return of a previous cycle ruled by the true stewards of nature, i.e. "magick."


I too want to read your book
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on May 31, 2020, 04:57:32 PM
https://youtu.be/N_VJwk1M4B8
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on June 02, 2020, 04:44:53 PM
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."

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

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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QFvgHIJrEQ
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 02, 2020, 05:55:24 PM
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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.

But was she black?

Annie (2014) - IMDb
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1823664/
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 02, 2020, 06:29:45 PM
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Remember among the "initiated" precision of language is of paramount importance.
https://nrgiseternal.com/let-s-get-down-dirty/reptilians/msg2924/#msg2924


"I'm very particular with my words"

The Pagan Min Intro
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Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on June 02, 2020, 07:13:42 PM
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But was she black?

LOL purge it with fire, please. What's the point of Annie without the Satanic trinity???

https://youtu.be/XzSSiMa29AE
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Undestroyer on June 03, 2020, 03:26:31 AM
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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.

But was she black?

Annie (2014) - IMDb
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1823664/
Not originally https://g.co/kgs/aYZVPN
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: DimensionsOfYou on June 04, 2020, 10:09:01 AM
youtube.com/watch?v=AiBCRQL58_k
Directed by Ridley Scott
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 04, 2020, 10:42:56 AM
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youtube.com/watch?v=AiBCRQL58_k
Directed by Ridley Scott

Children judging adults? Crowned and conquering much?
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Museten on June 04, 2020, 01:13:06 PM
Seems relevant: https://twitter.com/SalVulcano/status/1268517481578139649?s=20

The thing I don't get about this, is most children are wholly incapable of forming an argument, even speaking eloquently, how will this work? Will they have some trained orator lead the movement, with most being unwitting pawns?
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 04, 2020, 04:00:26 PM
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Seems relevant: https://twitter.com/SalVulcano/status/1268517481578139649?s=20

The thing I don't get about this, is most children are wholly incapable of forming an argument, even speaking eloquently, how will this work? Will they have some trained orator lead the movement, with most being unwitting pawns?

Any public child leader will most likely be some kind of preselected, programmed, ritually abused to activate intelligence pawns to rally and inspire people. While the proles waste their child's potential with the fictitious notion of 'childhood' and their 'teenage years', TPTB are training their own straight out the womb for success.

Unless the proles start setting up their children for success, I don't see how they will have the brainpower or wit to question the actions of their foolish elders later when they get older. Thing is that shitty parent's tend to raise shitty children too. At least that's how it seems.
Some of you parent's out there can correct me on that if it's inaccurate in any way. That said, the newest generations already here and coming are extremely unequipped to do anything of importance as a whole.

Was there supposed to be a video in the tweet you linked?
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Undestroyer on June 04, 2020, 10:08:04 PM
Monk - associating a germaphobe with a peaceful and logicicsl/smart person with the name monk.

Globohomobubble people foreshadowing
https://youtu.be/ePcmcJDsahw

I do like the intro and the show is good too actually

https://youtu.be/L_IOsLYVKkY
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 11, 2020, 09:20:37 PM
How accurate is this? Was Tesla really part of a group of brilliant minds and a founder of one?

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Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Undestroyer on 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?
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Nrgiseternal on 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
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on June 13, 2020, 10:48:56 AM
(https://s.abcnews.com/images/US/queen-ap-er-200405_hpMain_16x9_992.jpg)

(http://oceanpop.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/melania-trump-reads-easter-book-remotely-after-white-house-egg-roll-canceled-780x405.jpg)

(https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/wuzzuf/files/company_logo/Umbrella-Corp--Egypt-28193-1509455721.png)

https://youtu.be/R-hNoCPBaOw
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: ophiuchus on 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.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on 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.
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on 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.

https://dc.swosu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1209&context=mythlore

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.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: K on 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.

https://dc.swosu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1209&context=mythlore

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.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: MRCH on 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.

https://dc.swosu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1209&context=mythlore

The Noldor and the Tuatha Dé Danaan: J.R.R. Tolkien's Irish Influences
Quote
“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…
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Nrgiseternal on 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.

https://dc.swosu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1209&context=mythlore

The Noldor and the Tuatha Dé Danaan: J.R.R. Tolkien's Irish Influences
Quote
“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.

Quote
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
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on 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.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on 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?

THE NUMBERS MASON!!
https://youtu.be/vVPT0JT1dOw

Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Nrgiseternal on 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?

THE NUMBERS MASON!!
https://youtu.be/vVPT0JT1dOw

Math is the language of the creator
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on 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?

THE NUMBERS MASON!!
https://youtu.be/vVPT0JT1dOw

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.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on 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."

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

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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QFvgHIJrEQ

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.

73 Questions With Emma Stone | Vogue
https://youtu.be/N8HqyuLBqnU

'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'(?)
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Museten on 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?
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 17, 2020, 10:09:35 PM
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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?

Well I think its obvious they are scripted but its intended to be viewed as informal. I find skits like this more geared towards disclosure, usually about the person they revolve around in general.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on June 17, 2020, 10:11:51 PM
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So 'Emma Stone' is something like a/the 'universally beloved S tone'(?)

Ahaha she also played a modern Hester Prynne, a more loving scarlet-woman portrayal.

[Gem]Stones are also metaphor for stars. Asteria of the stars and the asterism factor in gemstones. “Lucy in the sky with diamonds.”

Emma is named after the universally beloved star, who she represents in the video. Likewise when King Arthur wields words of a tone, he speaks with the frequency of a certain star.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 17, 2020, 10:23:59 PM
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So 'Emma Stone' is something like a/the 'universally beloved S tone'(?)

Ahaha she also played a modern Hester Prynne, a more loving scarlet-woman portrayal.

[Gem]Stones are also metaphor for stars. Asteria of the stars and the asterism factor in gemstones. “Lucy in the sky with diamonds.”

Emma is named after the universally beloved star, who she represents in the video. Likewise when King Arthur wields words of a tone, he speaks with the frequency of a certain star.

Crowley called it the 'Sacred Whore' (among other things) maybe because its loved by everyone (and 'she' loves everyone, well at least most), and as a result, is a whore for everyone.

Ironically it seems the universally beloved star is also the ultimate red herring. Oh, that Arthur. He is still till weak to it and it's many forms.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on June 17, 2020, 10:41:11 PM
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Ironically it seems the universally beloved star is also the ultimate red herring. Oh, that Arthur. He is still till weak to it and it's many forms.

Lol not everyone likes her, that’s for certain. It’s not who loves her, it’s Who loves her.

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Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on June 17, 2020, 10:56:11 PM
LOL who is writing these wiki articles??

https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Sharess

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Starting out as Bast, she was the lieutenant of the war-deity Anhur and the eternal enemy of the evil deity Set. Originally, she was the slayer of vermin (Snakes, Scorpions, Rats) and was seen as a protector against famine (as vermin tend to eat or spoil the food).
[...]
The name "Sharess" only came later, when Bast fell totally under the sway of Shar, goddess of Darkness (and ironically a feminine analogue to Set) where Bast continued her experimental phase by experiencing lesbianism with a much older woman. Shar taught Bast to seek out pleasures without limit or restriction, turning her into a dark and dangerous deity in her own right, and about as far from her original incarnation as a goddess of protection and good as she could get. Unbeknownst to Bast, this dark-goth phase that Shar was encouraging was just Shar fattening Sharess up so that she could be consumed and give the goddess of Darkness more power.

It was only during the Time of Troubles that Sharess was saved by Sune, the actual goddess of beauty and pleasure, who was inevitably sexier than Shar ever could be. So the thrill seeking little lesbian cat switched sides again and became a force for good.

Sharess moved her belongings into a ghetto in Sune's home of Brightwater and started getting out of her drug and sex addled stupor. She made peace with her estranged companion Anhur and has only started putting her life back together.

It's a bit difficult for her though, seeing as her fierce independent streak causes her to ignore most advice, combined with her inherent pursuit of pleasure continually leads her into dark places which sometimes brings her very close to overlap with Loviatar, the maiden of pain and puts her at risk of getting drawn into yet another portfolio struggle.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
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Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on June 19, 2020, 01:59:55 AM
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Fun Fact: MIchael Kirkbride, the writer responsible for much of the lore behind the Elderscroll games, wrote much of his lore for Morrowind during a week of solitude in his department while near constantly on various psychedelics.
I’m not surprised!! r/teslore is my favorite spiritual battleground.

Ooooooooh, our dear Agents don’t want people talking about the Tsaeci, do they? A decade ago the vampiric Reptilian race was well established in lore, now a mention of their serpent qualities invites a swarm of doubters (or maybe just one) who conveniently ignore the books written about serpent men consuming human enemies.

https://elderscrolls.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:441202

“Whatever. You seem to be on an one-man anti-Kirkbride crusade that doesn't seem to be shared by anybody else. And I have no idea why you seem to be so invested in this. [...] Now who sounds angry and incoherent like a child? I mean, geez, what about the guy gets you so riled up? [...] You sure get strangely angry about what a community of strangers might consider "true" in a makebelief world of a pixel game. [...]”
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on June 21, 2020, 04:36:05 AM
Happy Black Sun day-of-preparatory-rituals-for-the-conjunction-opposite-the-year!  :P

https://youtu.be/YDBENzZYSeI
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: MRCH on June 21, 2020, 07:53:47 AM
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Happy Black Sun day-of-preparatory-rituals-for-the-conjunction-opposite-the-year!  :P

https://youtu.be/YDBENzZYSeI
happy solistice to you all! biggest celebration of the year here. have to go find the fern leaf if you know what i mean  ;D
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Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on June 25, 2020, 05:21:13 PM
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What about meteorites?  They come into this planet's atmosphere from 'out there'.
In what form...

They are nonphysical entities falling to Earth to become physical form.

They give us stories like Birdbox of bird demons attacking humanity. Now we get weather phenomenon that tells us entities are manifesting from the Air.

It’s rooted in the star Altair, though I’m still researching ‘why.’ In Hindu myth Altair is associated with fig trees, in Arabic it is a vulture, Babylon called it the great wind.

Which fits the Revelations plan of the great wind that befalls the stars to earth like figs from a tree. This trailer just came out, interesting that the top comment claims “never thought it would get revealed this early.” #Me too, bruh, me too.

https://youtu.be/J43zOCT0Wy0

“How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! How art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!”
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: zephyr on June 25, 2020, 05:22:56 PM
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They give us stories like Birdbox of bird demons attacking humanity. Now we get weather phenomenon that tells us entities are manifesting from the Air.

The Knife, again. “Blue hands and a torch,” offering “fruit for free.”

https://youtu.be/xKAvv-UnWhk
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Undestroyer on June 26, 2020, 08:33:21 AM
Gene Roddenberry wrote episides of the Paladin.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on June 27, 2020, 12:49:51 PM
Found through 'Forgotten Languages'.

Why Fiction May Be Twice as True as Fact: Fiction as Cognitive and Emotional Simulation
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/232509401_Why_Fiction_May_Be_Twice_as_True_as_Fact_Fiction_as_Cognitive_and_Emotional_Simulation
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Undestroyer on July 06, 2020, 11:34:37 PM
To Newton: Without q [Newton] would havd died a penniless beggar and suspect of several pristitute murders.

https://youtu.be/paOaLSa9rGw
Say wut
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 07, 2020, 12:12:32 AM
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To Newton: Without q [Newton] would havd died a penniless beggar and suspect of several pristitute murders.

https://youtu.be/paOaLSa9rGw
Say wut

Issac Newton was into the occult at the end of his science career and he probably didn't let notions like 'morals' or 'good' and 'evil' get in the way of his research. No one who made any progress of worth has.

I wonder if there is an occult layer to the story of an apple falling on the top of his head from a tree to discover 'gravitation'.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 07, 2020, 03:03:11 AM
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To Newton: Without q [Newton] would havd died a penniless beggar and suspect of several pristitute murders.

https://youtu.be/paOaLSa9rGw
Say wut

Issac Newton was into the occult at the end of his science career and he probably didn't let notions like 'morals' or 'good' and 'evil' get in the way of his research. No one who made any progress of worth has.

I wonder if there is an occult layer to the story of an apple falling on the top of his head from a tree to discover 'gravitation'.

Nope he spent way more ti.e.pursuing the occult than science.  Remember when he dropped principia he was young
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: ophiuchus on July 08, 2020, 03:34:14 PM
Back to the Future has many hidden references about things like the grays, John F Kennedy, 9/11, and occult symbolism. The amount of detail is mind-blowing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZqvAVOTGtY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_SZJ9vcfbc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1ULjJ3EqyY&t=678s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjriZhDoyNQ
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 22, 2020, 05:43:36 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."

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

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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QFvgHIJrEQ

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.

73 Questions With Emma Stone | Vogue
https://youtu.be/N8HqyuLBqnU

'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'(?)

"Annie are you ok? Are you Ok Annie?"
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 26, 2020, 04:36:27 PM
There was this show that used to come on Disney Channel called 'The Wizards of Waverly Place'. I frequently watched it originally came on. I just found it really captivating for some reason but now I realize that may be because of how it revolves around magic.

Anyway the show is about Selena Gomez as a teenage wizard (witch?) doing teenager stuff, but with magic. She gets into a lot of trouble in the beginning and learns some kind of lesson about just using magic recklessly at the end of most episodes.
Near the end of the series, things got more serious and they participated in some kind of ancient magic games that would determine if they ranked up or stayed low level wizards. That's how I will put it anyway, the implication in the series was that it was a very larger than life matter.

Her family in the series runs a deli and at least the father (think the mother too?) is part of a long line of wizards who have found out how to live ostensibly normal lives among the non initiated. Occasionally they interact with other wizards who are hiding among the proles and that's part of the 'plot' in the series.
They also have a family storage of magical items and artifacts in their deli/house/magic lair.

So now that I think about it, there was probably a lot disclosed in that old series I really gravitated to (at the time, for an unknown reason). The smallest one may be that Selena Gomez is a wizard (witch? Lol) but I'm sure now there were bigger ones.

Maybe some of you have heard of this series and have seen some episodes of it. I would like to know what you think if you have.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 26, 2020, 05:02:16 PM
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"Annie are you ok? Are you Ok Annie?"

I just realized I replied the Annie reply to the wrong post. I had originally intended to make the post above in reply to the following one:
https://nrgiseternal.com/let-s-get-down-dirty/truth-in-fiction/msg3016/#msg3016

The main thing about it is synchronicity and I was curious to see if anyone would pick up on it and see where it led.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: ephemeron on July 26, 2020, 09:07:18 PM
https://youtu.be/ILqwaOR70mU

“it really hurts when your best friend finds a new best friend and they do stuff together that you know about later. you feel betrayed.”
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 26, 2020, 09:36:15 PM
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https://youtu.be/ILqwaOR70mU

“it really hurts when your best friend finds a new best friend and they do stuff together that you know about later. you feel betrayed.”

I've seen this trope in a few comedy shows and stories. The meme of "Your my best friend, not -insert other person-". It's mainly viewed as just a meme but I think there's something more to it though I just forgot what I was going to say in regards to that.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 28, 2020, 09:51:02 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."

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

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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QFvgHIJrEQ

Starring 'Annie' and 'Frank'. 'Jesus' may not want the woman in red but it seems like 'Frank' is willing to travel the red road with her.

Annie Get Your Gun (1950) - IMDb
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0042200/
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: ephemeron on July 28, 2020, 09:57:26 PM
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Starring 'Annie' and 'Frank'. 'Jesus' may not want the woman in red but it seems like 'Frank' is willing to travel the red road with her.

As I’ve seen it Jesus IS the woman in red. Literally, same planet different sides of the coin. Babalon is the complement aspect to Horus. Likewise Mary Magdalene the whore who’s not even a whore is the complement to Jesus.

I’ve been trying to hint that the woman in red isn’t what the ((mysteries)) paint her to be lol. Satanic reversals, if they tell us she’s impure and without redemption, that could only mean.....
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 28, 2020, 10:39:14 PM
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Starring 'Annie' and 'Frank'. 'Jesus' may not want the woman in red but it seems like 'Frank' is willing to travel the red road with her.

As I’ve seen it Jesus IS the woman in red. Literally, same planet different sides of the coin. Babalon is the complement aspect to Horus. Likewise Mary Magdalene the whore who’s not even a whore is the complement to Jesus.

I’ve been trying to hint that the woman in red isn’t what the ((mysteries)) paint her to be lol. Satanic reversals, if they tell us she’s impure and without redemption, that could only mean.....

If Jesus is Lucifer and Lucifer is associated with rebelling, coupled with the information of the etymology of 'Mary', then maybe that may not be an inaccurate statement. That they are different aspects of the same energy I mean.

A woman who tries to 'rebel' against being 'pure' (what most may think a woman is naturally) will become something short of a worthless promiscuous broken lock.
If women have the role of being portals and 'gifting' vessels to new travelers (and raising them) into the reality they are apart of, then what good are they if they can't even stick to one man and sleep around?

Most women may not know what they do (in fact I'm near certain most don't), but the Tribe that inspired them to 'rebel' certainly does.
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: ephemeron on July 28, 2020, 11:04:57 PM
Like any higher entity it can be male or female or both or neither depending on the depiction. It’s most commonly a woman for the same reason we call ships after women.

I’ve no clip to post but in Molly Shannon’s “Superstar” when Mary Catherine Gallagher first enters the priest’s office, on his desk is a great big globe. Orbiting the globe is a plastic statue of Jesus Christ. There’s no moon there, but there is..... in symbolic form.

“The Boat of Heaven.“

“He’s got the whole world in his hands.”
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: ephemeron on July 28, 2020, 11:36:31 PM
Lmao this sums it up I suppose.

https://youtu.be/IeRLdVndLpM
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 29, 2020, 12:55:06 AM
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Like any higher entity it can be male or female or both or neither depending on the depiction. It’s most commonly a woman for the same reason we call ships after women.

I’ve no clip to post but in Molly Shannon’s “Superstar” when Mary Catherine Gallagher first enters the priest’s office, on his desk is a great big globe. Orbiting the globe is a plastic statue of Jesus Christ. There’s no moon there, but there is..... in symbolic form.

“The Boat of Heaven.“

“He’s got the whole world in his hands.”

So I don't want to sound like I keep because what you're saying is essentially correct and you may know this but others may not distinction I want to draw here..
It's not so much that they can be male female both or neither because they are genderless they can appear as anything not just anthropomorphic but they could be a table or a cloud. What we perceive as physical reality is our vision interpreting waves and particles of light nothing more we only perceive solidness and a lack of it because of ionic charge
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 29, 2020, 01:08:21 AM
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Like any higher entity it can be male or female or both or neither depending on the depiction. It’s most commonly a woman for the same reason we call ships after women.

I’ve no clip to post but in Molly Shannon’s “Superstar” when Mary Catherine Gallagher first enters the priest’s office, on his desk is a great big globe. Orbiting the globe is a plastic statue of Jesus Christ. There’s no moon there, but there is..... in symbolic form.

“The Boat of Heaven.“

“He’s got the whole world in his hands.”

So I don't want to sound like I keep because what you're saying is essentially correct and you may know this but others may not distinction I want to draw here..
It's not so much that they can be male female both or neither because they are genderless they can appear as anything not just anthropomorphic but they could be a table or a cloud. What we perceive as physical reality is our vision interpreting waves and particles of light nothing more we only perceive solidness and a lack of it because of ionic charge

So is the saying 'perception is reality' accurate then? Maybe 'what we perceive is the projection of reality' is more accurate.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Nrgiseternal on July 29, 2020, 03:35:08 AM
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Like any higher entity it can be male or female or both or neither depending on the depiction. It’s most commonly a woman for the same reason we call ships after women.

I’ve no clip to post but in Molly Shannon’s “Superstar” when Mary Catherine Gallagher first enters the priest’s office, on his desk is a great big globe. Orbiting the globe is a plastic statue of Jesus Christ. There’s no moon there, but there is..... in symbolic form.

“The Boat of Heaven.“

“He’s got the whole world in his hands.”

So I don't want to sound like I keep because what you're saying is essentially correct and you may know this but others may not distinction I want to draw here..
It's not so much that they can be male female both or neither because they are genderless they can appear as anything not just anthropomorphic but they could be a table or a cloud. What we perceive as physical reality is our vision interpreting waves and particles of light nothing more we only perceive solidness and a lack of it because of ionic charge

So is the saying 'perception is reality' accurate then? Maybe 'what we perceive is the projection of reality' is more accurate.

You're not seriously just putting this together now right?
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Grass is Green on July 29, 2020, 01:37:09 PM
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Like any higher entity it can be male or female or both or neither depending on the depiction. It’s most commonly a woman for the same reason we call ships after women.

I’ve no clip to post but in Molly Shannon’s “Superstar” when Mary Catherine Gallagher first enters the priest’s office, on his desk is a great big globe. Orbiting the globe is a plastic statue of Jesus Christ. There’s no moon there, but there is..... in symbolic form.

“The Boat of Heaven.“

“He’s got the whole world in his hands.”

So I don't want to sound like I keep because what you're saying is essentially correct and you may know this but others may not distinction I want to draw here..
It's not so much that they can be male female both or neither because they are genderless they can appear as anything not just anthropomorphic but they could be a table or a cloud. What we perceive as physical reality is our vision interpreting waves and particles of light nothing more we only perceive solidness and a lack of it because of ionic charge

So is the saying 'perception is reality' accurate then? Maybe 'what we perceive is the projection of reality' is more accurate.

Collapsing the quantum wave function into a point value.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 29, 2020, 01:42:12 PM
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Like any higher entity it can be male or female or both or neither depending on the depiction. It’s most commonly a woman for the same reason we call ships after women.

I’ve no clip to post but in Molly Shannon’s “Superstar” when Mary Catherine Gallagher first enters the priest’s office, on his desk is a great big globe. Orbiting the globe is a plastic statue of Jesus Christ. There’s no moon there, but there is..... in symbolic form.

“The Boat of Heaven.“

“He’s got the whole world in his hands.”

So I don't want to sound like I keep because what you're saying is essentially correct and you may know this but others may not distinction I want to draw here..
It's not so much that they can be male female both or neither because they are genderless they can appear as anything not just anthropomorphic but they could be a table or a cloud. What we perceive as physical reality is our vision interpreting waves and particles of light nothing more we only perceive solidness and a lack of it because of ionic charge

So is the saying 'perception is reality' accurate then? Maybe 'what we perceive is the projection of reality' is more accurate.

You're not seriously just putting this together now right?

I had before but decided to post it now.

So this got me thinking, if we as 'humans' perceive the projection of reality as one thing, who's to say that another organism perceives things as we do?

For example, if a human sees a chair and a desk in front of them, but if you took that same object and perceived it through the vision of a dog or another creature, what would they see? Would they still see a chair and a desk?
If humans aren't the first one Earth, then how did entities that existed before us perceive things? Would entities like the ones Lovecraft wrote about see what we do or would they be able to swap between different perspectives at will?

If they perceive reality differently, which would make for a different projection of it, then I'd imagine their entire way of life, society and the machines and tools used by them would differ greatly from ours.
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: ephemeron on July 29, 2020, 04:59:35 PM
Pea, from pisa, pisos, “a seed.”

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Old English sed, sæd "that which may be sown; an individual grain of seed; offspring, posterity," [...] Meaning "offspring, progeny" rare now except in biblical use.

Progeny, “from Latin prōgeniēs [race, family], from prōgignō (“beget”).”

Mattress, “c.1290, from O.Fr. materas, from It. materasso, from M.L. matracium, borrowed in Sicily from Ar. al-matrah "the cushion" (cf. Sp. almadraque "mattress"), lit. "the thing thrown down," from taraha "he threw (down)." “

http://www.balashon.com/2006/05/mattress.html?m=1

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What is not surprising is that the Arabic root [of Mattress] has Hebrew and Aramaic cognates. The parallel Hebrew root is טרח - which originally meant "to throw, put". This developed into the sense of "to take pains, to take trouble", and gives us words like tircha טרחה - "trouble, bother".

Klein connects טרח with another root - טרה. In Aramaic this root means "to take" and is the source of the phrase shakla v'tarya שקלא וטריא - the "give and take" that we find in Talmudic discussions.

Jastrow also associates טרח with another similar sounding root - טרד. This makes sense both in terms of sound, as well as meaning, for טרד, like טרח, means "to trouble". He says that all three roots are have the meaning of "to set in motion, to shake". According to him, both טרד and טרה (or טרי) have the meaning "to drip" in the Babylonian Talmud (see Niddah 49b, Bechorot 44a, Tamid 32b, Shabbat 108b.)

According to both Jastrow and Steinberg, this meaning - "to drip" - is the root of the word matar מטר - "rain". From this source, Eliezer Ben-Yehuda coined the Hebrew word for umbrella, מטריה mitriya. (Matara מטרה, however, meaning target, comes from נטר - "to guard".)

Princess and the Pea. The queen denies her son marry a princess until that princess proves she can find the pea beneath the mattress.

Cupid and Psyche. Venus denies her son marry Psyche, requiring Psyche to pass her tests until she attains immortality.

https://youtu.be/BHhp2NXUPg4

“This is the blessing—and also the curse!—of being the true elite.”

Sensitivity, “late 14c., in reference to the body or its parts, "having the function of sensation;" also (early 15c.) "pertaining to the faculty of the soul that receives and analyzes sensory information;" from Old French sensitif "capable of feeling.” “
Title: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Museten on July 29, 2020, 10:53:38 PM
Through on the movie "in time" just to have some background noise, and noticed it's a movie about a future where people die at 25 as they were genetically engineered to do so... BUT they have credits, which is "time" - they use their minutes, hours, days, years for buying food, betting, housing, etc.

They also slyly put "the system is rigged... there's a reason the cost of everything goes up every year. They don't want us all to live forever. Think about it, how can there be guys millions of years old, but poor people are dying. The truth is everyone can live forever, they just don't want us to."
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on July 30, 2020, 08:59:47 PM
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Through on the movie "in time" just to have some background noise, and noticed it's a movie about a future where people die at 25 as they were genetically engineered to do so... BUT they have credits, which is "time" - they use their minutes, hours, days, years for buying food, betting, housing, etc.

They also slyly put "the system is rigged... there's a reason the cost of everything goes up every year. They don't want us all to live forever. Think about it, how can there be guys millions of years old, but poor people are dying. The truth is everyone can live forever, they just don't want us to."

Are people willing to do what is required to live forever though?

The meme of 'I'm here for a good time, not a long time' should reveal some kind of self destructive, sinister intent behind who ever popularized it.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: The Watchers Recurrence on August 03, 2020, 12:09:14 AM
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Portland is considered sjw central
Port Land
What side of the boat is port?
https://nrgiseternal.com/let-s-get-down-dirty/random-musings/msg5168/#msg5168

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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
https://nrgiseternal.com/let-s-get-down-dirty/random-musings/msg5266/#msg5266

I thought this episode was pretty strange when I first saw it a while back. Just remembered it in relation to 'Port land'.

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Natalie Portman on south park !
https://youtu.be/g1sNWoQIbCs
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Museten on August 03, 2020, 12:45:07 AM
Does her name imply she was a vessel for turning men liberal.
Title: Re: Truth in Fiction
Post by: Nrgiseternal on August 03, 2020, 02:21:15 AM
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Does her name imply she was a vessel for turning men liberal.


Think more like expression he took a left turn when you're referring to someone who relapsed were made a bad decision

Now I remember she gained quite a bit of notoriety for being a brave single mother not needing a man to raise a child before it was fashionable