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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: Random musings
« on: July 24, 2021, 12:42:12 AM »
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It seems many here have abandoned " the ritual" though " the ritual " continues working for them in spite of their apathy

Apathy has been one of my premier personal struggles. I just find it difficult to find care in my heart for a people who overall and generally don't seem to care themselves. I want to care. But I struggle to find it inside. Any advice would be greatly considered.

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: Random musings
« on: July 17, 2021, 10:54:19 PM »
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I'm going to end up having to work at a fulfillment center at Amazon for a little bit after being out of work for a minute and am feeling a bit hesitant the closer it gets to that day, I'll probably be okay right?  I've been looking for something else quickly before that happens but I'll end up having to work there for a minute and just don't want to walk into Hell or something.
No mandatory vax to work there? Here companies, schools, army already are getting rid of non vaxed people.

No mandatory vax yet, just a "bonus" for those that are.  This is one of the reasons for going there until something else comes up, I have noticed other places around here requiring it.  Once it's mandatory then that won't be an option, but for now it's something that I can keep supporting my family with which is the most important thing.



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I'm going to end up having to work at a fulfillment center at Amazon for a little bit after being out of work for a minute and am feeling a bit hesitant the closer it gets to that day, I'll probably be okay right?  I've been looking for something else quickly before that happens but I'll end up having to work there for a minute and just don't want to walk into Hell or something. 

Maybe a person's mental state makes all the difference? If they think they can handle it and everything is ok then it's ok. If they think they are expecting to experience something negative then something negative is manifested?

Definitely, I take this into consideration for everything.  I can definitely handle it and have handled a lot worse in the past and have been totally okay, so this will be okay too.  Just a bit nervous to be starting something after being out for a little while, but change is always good. 

You'll do well. And you'll get some good exercise. :)

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: Random musings
« on: July 16, 2021, 05:56:07 PM »
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I'm going to end up having to work at a fulfillment center at Amazon for a little bit after being out of work for a minute and am feeling a bit hesitant the closer it gets to that day, I'll probably be okay right?  I've been looking for something else quickly before that happens but I'll end up having to work there for a minute and just don't want to walk into Hell or something. 

Maybe a person's mental state makes all the difference? If they think they can handle it and everything is ok then it's ok. If they think they are expecting to experience something negative then something negative is manifested?

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: Secrets of the Elite Revealed?
« on: June 03, 2021, 09:56:28 PM »
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Not sure if I believe it, but what say you? Anyone have any insight into this cat?

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I was impressed with some of the Twitter posts for the account so I decided to purchase the book.

I read it today.

Very good book. Nothing earth shattering (if you've been living with your eyes and ears open) but in my opinion certainly worth the cost to me.

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I listened to the audio version of Will Durrant's The Story of Civilization about a year ago.

In the section on England I was very, very surprised at how many times the person behind a failed revolution or uprising was named Jack.

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: Sources of Knowledge
« on: March 04, 2021, 03:35:23 PM »
Welcome. Love your username.

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: Happy 2021
« on: January 01, 2021, 05:37:48 PM »
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5 in latin numbers is V, which looks like two twin pillars joined at the bottom, but is supposed to represent an outstretched hand

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The sum of the first even and odd numbers (2 + 3) is 5. (To the Pythagoreans 1 was not a number and was not odd.) It therefore symbolizes human life and—in the Platonic and Pythagorean traditions—marriage, as the sum of the female 2 and the male 3.
 The number 5 was associated with the Babylonian goddess Ishtar and her Roman parallel, Venus, and the symbol for both was the five-pointed star, or pentagram.

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The number 5 is commonly referred to as the number of humanity. Human beings have five fingers, five toes, five appendages (if the head is included), five senses, and five major systems of the body

The pentagram is a significant symbol in many religions including Taoism. The Pythagoreans believed the number 5 to be the number resembling a marriage between the earth and the heavens (i.e. “hieros gamos”).

In Tarot, the Hierophant (or priest) card is associated with the number 5. The Hierophant card in the major arcana is noted for bridging the gaps between the physical and spiritual worlds.

5 is related to the five pointed star or pentagram, which in turn represents the five elements of the universe

First of all thank you. You dont contribute as often as I like but when you do it's always evocative.

V is also a crude representation of the cup/chalice the symbol of the generative/feminine.

5 pillars of Islam which will be front and center this year.

But mostly this is about the pentagram.

Today on top of the hundreds of children that get abducted each day, 6 children will be abducted and tortured than murdered.

1 for each point and one for the center.

"But nrg why dont you stop it?"

Even if I had my full slate of resources and could divine the who or where, they too have fail safes. It's like whack a mole hit one two more pop up.

This year is different though. How did Mr. Corgan say it? "The end of the beginning is the beginning of the end"

Might be coming out of left field, but 5 is the central or middle number of the base 10 system of counting. A precipice. A turning point, from less to more. So 5 would be the middle ground. Its why we round up when it is 5 or more in math.

Thats actually an astute observation. But base 10 was imposed to replace 12

Those quordiantes point to a place at the base of "Deadman's Canyon".

I've traveled through that general vicinity south of Canyonlands before. It's the most desolate place (but very beautiful) that I've even been. It's the ONLY time in my life that I've seen a road sign read "No Services 100 miles". I actually experienced a miracle only a few miles from that place.

Regarding the Babylonian base 12 system. I've wondered in the past if the founders of Babylon might not have had 6 fingers on each hand. Or perhaps they had ties with a people who had six fingers on their hands.

Do you have thoughts on that, Nick?

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Sure. But there are no egyptian pyramids in britain. They are in Egypt. There is no Roman coliseum in Britain, it's in Rome. There is no Acropolis in britain, it's in Greece.

If these places existed in britain then why are there still buildings and structures on the historical locations matching the historical structures?

Do you really believe this?

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If all the ancient world is in Britain then how does that explain all the cities outside of Britain? For example, all the Roman cities?

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''I'll try. The Romans were not the Etruscans - they were the ROMA / Ægyptians - what we now call Gypsies. All of the Biblical 'World' was in Britain - divided up by the children of Noah. Ham got England (Ammon). The Kenites (Canaanites) lived in the borders - Enoch was one of them and he was educated by the Angel Uriel in Heaven (Nevis). When Abraham's family left Ur of the Chaldeans (Skye) they went south via Tiree and Hispania (Fort William) and the Land of Harran (Arran) before coming into Kenite lands when they crossed the Clyde. Later Abe's family, 70 of them, go south to avoid a drought and enter Goshen (Little Egypt) before entering Egypt/England.
Time passes - the Exodus happens and they return to the Kenite lands - who are actually 'cousins' - as the 'Israelites and are forced to wander for 40 years before they are allowed, by the 'Lord in Heaven', to cross the Jordan into Iudea/the Lothians. More time passes - the Iudeans revolt against the Romans and don't accept the 'Messiah' - the revolutionary Simon Bar Cocheba (Kokab - the Son of the Star) in 130AD. They are sent into slavery and many escape into Poland/Romania where eventually (6th cent AD) the King converts to Judaism - and then the whole nation converts - including the semitic Khazars, who are Mongols. This is when the term 'Jew' first comes into the language. The one driving force behind these exiled Iudeans, who had sided with the Romans, was revenge against their 'cousins' - the Aryan Royal line - descendants of Abel who was slain by Cain.
Judaism was created to form a wedge between Islam in the East and Christianity in the West - where it began. All three major 'religions' were created at the same time - but in 350AD the Council of Nicea did not know the location of Jerusalem - it was LOST - destroyed by Hadrian 200 years earlier and renamed Aelia Capitolina. The original Celtic Christian Church came under attack from the newly formed Roman Church in Italy - a consequence of Constantine's Empire being divided up - and eventually, in 664AD, they force the Celtic Church in Britain to hand over the 'Keys' to Rome and are given the right to calculate Easter - a task usually undertaken by the Druids - who essentially WERE the early Christians - scientist/astronomers all. So Christianity was originally a Pagan, nature based philosophy and it was supplanted by a business designed to control people the same way the Romans had done previously. The breadwinner for the business was Pilgrimage - to Jerusalem - but the Scots had defeated the 'Romans' and expelled them, consequently controlling the Sacred City - but since another war with the Scots was futile, it was easier to 'move' the entire geography to the East and rewrite the history. This same group of Iudean/Mongols later became the Bolsheviks in the Russian revolution - with the aim of destroying the Royal Aryan bloodline in Europe.... their motto was 'revenge'. More to come.''

To go with this train of thought, at least all the documented ancient world appears to be in Britain. There still existed 'others' outside this 'world of Britain' however. A not so far leap and quick example is the Asian civilization/world that has apparently remained self isolated until most recently.

Modern magic comes from Egypt which comes from Babylon. I understand that but I'm sure the Chinese had their own style of magic ('style' because they all essentially do the same thing but have preferences on how to actually do it. There is only one kind of magic). I wonder where they derived their's from.

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If all the ancient world is in Britain then how does that explain all the cities outside of Britain? For example, all the Roman cities?

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''I'll try. The Romans were not the Etruscans - they were the ROMA / Ægyptians - what we now call Gypsies. All of the Biblical 'World' was in Britain - divided up by the children of Noah. Ham got England (Ammon). The Kenites (Canaanites) lived in the borders - Enoch was one of them and he was educated by the Angel Uriel in Heaven (Nevis). When Abraham's family left Ur of the Chaldeans (Skye) they went south via Tiree and Hispania (Fort William) and the Land of Harran (Arran) before coming into Kenite lands when they crossed the Clyde. Later Abe's family, 70 of them, go south to avoid a drought and enter Goshen (Little Egypt) before entering Egypt/England.
Time passes - the Exodus happens and they return to the Kenite lands - who are actually 'cousins' - as the 'Israelites and are forced to wander for 40 years before they are allowed, by the 'Lord in Heaven', to cross the Jordan into Iudea/the Lothians. More time passes - the Iudeans revolt against the Romans and don't accept the 'Messiah' - the revolutionary Simon Bar Cocheba (Kokab - the Son of the Star) in 130AD. They are sent into slavery and many escape into Poland/Romania where eventually (6th cent AD) the King converts to Judaism - and then the whole nation converts - including the semitic Khazars, who are Mongols. This is when the term 'Jew' first comes into the language. The one driving force behind these exiled Iudeans, who had sided with the Romans, was revenge against their 'cousins' - the Aryan Royal line - descendants of Abel who was slain by Cain.
Judaism was created to form a wedge between Islam in the East and Christianity in the West - where it began. All three major 'religions' were created at the same time - but in 350AD the Council of Nicea did not know the location of Jerusalem - it was LOST - destroyed by Hadrian 200 years earlier and renamed Aelia Capitolina. The original Celtic Christian Church came under attack from the newly formed Roman Church in Italy - a consequence of Constantine's Empire being divided up - and eventually, in 664AD, they force the Celtic Church in Britain to hand over the 'Keys' to Rome and are given the right to calculate Easter - a task usually undertaken by the Druids - who essentially WERE the early Christians - scientist/astronomers all. So Christianity was originally a Pagan, nature based philosophy and it was supplanted by a business designed to control people the same way the Romans had done previously. The breadwinner for the business was Pilgrimage - to Jerusalem - but the Scots had defeated the 'Romans' and expelled them, consequently controlling the Sacred City - but since another war with the Scots was futile, it was easier to 'move' the entire geography to the East and rewrite the history. This same group of Iudean/Mongols later became the Bolsheviks in the Russian revolution - with the aim of destroying the Royal Aryan bloodline in Europe.... their motto was 'revenge'. More to come.''

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: I know for a fact this is true
« on: September 24, 2020, 09:00:50 PM »
That mask has similarities with this...

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: The holy see gets its own
« on: September 20, 2020, 02:20:18 PM »
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This is very interesting, if we consider we are in Hades now.

there are other interesting connection too, for example:

The English-Latin noun vates /ˈveɪtiːz/ is a term for a prophet, following the Latin term. It is the origin of the English term ovate for an Irish bard.

In pagan Rome the vates resided on the Vatican Hill, the Hill of the Vatii. Indeed, the Vatican Hill takes it name from the Latin word Vaticanus, a vaticiniis ferendis, in allusion to the oracles, or Vaticinia, which were anciently delivered on the Vatican Hill.

Yes! This was very interesting!

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: Random musings
« on: September 09, 2020, 12:02:02 PM »
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Is random nosebleeds indicative of something? I've had it ever since I was 7-8 or maybe even earlier.

I had them all the time as a child. As an adult I get them far less.

Have you considered trying to eat more iron in your diet? Lots of iron in spinach, especially cooked spinich. For even more cook it in cast iron.

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When I google "Israel, Vegitarian" I get a lot of websites telling me that Israel is especially vegitarian, moreso than most other countires. Nothing about vegitarianism requires pacifism.

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This group has steered the vegan-morality narrative since 1994.

The point I was making was that vegitarianism is quite established in ZIonist Israel. Moreso than most other countires.

How could plants grow in a dry, infertile place like Zion?

I'm not a farmer. How would I know. But if you have enough curiousity I'm sure youtube could help out. But regardless, what does that have to do with Israel being heavily vegitarian as compared to other countries?

If they cant grow their food than they weren't subsisting on a vegetarian diet. And btw Israelis are RIDDLED with autoimmune and genetic disorders that only affect them. Not a great case to make

The only case I am making in regards to Israel is that vegitarianism is quite popular there.

How could vegetarianism become popular there if they can't grow their food?

I'm not making a prediction for the future. I'm telling you what the literal present is. Call someone in Israel and ask them yourself how they grow food if you are interested. But the bottom line is there ARE a lot of vegitarians in Israel.

I feel as if you are being a little defensive. My other point and question worth asking is when has any Jew ever been a role model to follow?

The etymology of 'Zion' is insightful when it comes to questioning how is food grown there and if its even possible (and if it is then through what means?)

I don't feel I'm the one showing defense.

For this entire thread I have merely started what my personal experience has been. That's it. I've noticed a couple of the regular participants of this board seen to have almost an obsession with disputing this subject when it's mentioned. I don't know what the reason for this is. Perhaps someone did something bad to them with a cucumber while in adolescence and ever since they hated all vegetables (lol, joke).

But at the end, regardless of what you and Nick think about it, my personal experience has been profoundly positive. You can share ten thousand reasons why I'm wrong, doesn't matter to me one bit, because my personal experience is that my life has been profoundly improved since I changed my eating habits. You can tell me Rothschilds are liars, maybe it's true, doesn't matter because my life has been profoundly improved since I changed my eating habits, you can tell me my hair will fall out, doesn't matter, because it hasn't happened and my life has been profoundly improved since I changed my eating habits. You can tell me Israel can't have vegetarians because of whatever reason you seem to think applies, doesn't matter because my life has been profoundly improved since I changed my eating habits. You can tell me jews are unhealthy, doesn't matter, because I'm not Jewish and my life has been profoundly improved since I changed my eating habits.




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When I google "Israel, Vegitarian" I get a lot of websites telling me that Israel is especially vegitarian, moreso than most other countires. Nothing about vegitarianism requires pacifism.

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This group has steered the vegan-morality narrative since 1994.

The point I was making was that vegitarianism is quite established in ZIonist Israel. Moreso than most other countires.

How could plants grow in a dry, infertile place like Zion?

I'm not a farmer. How would I know. But if you have enough curiousity I'm sure youtube could help out. But regardless, what does that have to do with Israel being heavily vegitarian as compared to other countries?

If they cant grow their food than they weren't subsisting on a vegetarian diet. And btw Israelis are RIDDLED with autoimmune and genetic disorders that only affect them. Not a great case to make

The only case I am making in regards to Israel is that vegitarianism is quite popular there.

How could vegetarianism become popular there if they can't grow their food?

I'm not making a prediction for the future. I'm telling you what the literal present is. Call someone in Israel and ask them yourself how they grow food if you are interested. But the bottom line is there ARE a lot of vegitarians in Israel.

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When I google "Israel, Vegitarian" I get a lot of websites telling me that Israel is especially vegitarian, moreso than most other countires. Nothing about vegitarianism requires pacifism.

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This group has steered the vegan-morality narrative since 1994.

The point I was making was that vegitarianism is quite established in ZIonist Israel. Moreso than most other countires.

How could plants grow in a dry, infertile place like Zion?

I'm not a farmer. How would I know. But if you have enough curiousity I'm sure youtube could help out. But regardless, what does that have to do with Israel being heavily vegitarian as compared to other countries?

If they cant grow their food than they weren't subsisting on a vegetarian diet. And btw Israelis are RIDDLED with autoimmune and genetic disorders that only affect them. Not a great case to make

The only case I am making in regards to Israel is that vegitarianism is quite popular there.

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