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Everything posted by RobSS

  1. I don't believe they'll succeed.
  2. US President Joe Biden caught calling reporter a 'stupid son of a b***h' at news conference: https://news.sky.com/story/us-president-joe-biden-caught-calling-reporter-a-stupid-son-of-a-b-h-at-news-conference-12524688
  3. "There is something wrong with a regime that requires a pyramid of corpses every few years." (George Orwell)
  4. But I'm not an apologist for the Jehovah's Witnesses and I left when I was able to think for myself, and take responsibility for my own life, when I was 15 ears old, but you still haven't come up with anything to show that they believe the world is going to end. You've claimed that facts are very important to you... you've said you base your reality on facts, but yet you have no facts! Btw, you do know the Quakers are involved with the Lucifarian NWO agenda? Obviously nor, or you wouldn't be a Quaker. That's one reason why I don't belong to any organised religion.
  5. I was only quoting what the Evening Standard said. It doesn't necessarily mean I agree with it, and of course it's not the end of the totalitarian agenda, but the Covid scandemic obviously is coming to an end. There could be another so-called "variant", but that's speculation, and they could have entirely different plans to push their agenda. We'll have to wait and see, but for now, things are easing up in he UK, at least.
  6. And? But Orwell also often challenged the status quo! And? He didn't like totalitarians and authoritarians. He wanted people to have freedom and he wanted to help his fellow British folk not to be defeated and killed by the Nazis, so he used his abilities for some propaganda. There are worse things he could've done! In any event, George Orwell left the BBC in 1943 because he was fed up with its control freakery, and later described his time with the BBC as two wasted years of his life, so he would probably have loathed what the BBC has become today! So what? And? How long was he member for? Did he leave after finding out about the conspiracy, and did his experience inspire him to write 1984 as a heartfelt warning against the aims of the Fabian Society? Perhaps he became disillusioned with the Fabian Society, like he did with the BBC. Just questions... So what? He was also one of the harshest critics of H.G. Wells.
  7. Or how about George Orwell, for example? He wasn't a member of any secret society. Orwell wrote, in "Why I Write": "Every line of serious work that I have written since 1936 has been written, directly or indirectly, against totalitarianism and for democratic socialism, as I understand it."
  8. Tolkien! Tolkien wrote a story about how the "dark establishment", and the one-eyed black magician, world come to a terrible end. He also loved the idea that peace and sanity could be restored to the Shire. After the War of the Rings, Frodo and his companions helped liberate the Shire from Sauron's ruffians.
  9. Boris Johnson had birthday bash during lockdown "This could be terminal for his Premiership"
  10. He's making a mountain out of a molehill. I've never denied Kipling and Disney were Freemasons, but he's now going completely over the top by claiming Tolkien is a Freemason, forgetting that Frodo is the hero of the story which ends in the downfall and utter defeat of the one-eyed black magician. Anyone depicting the fall of the Dark Lord Sauron must be a Freemason, according to Macnamara, and I suppose he thinks Frodo was a Freemason too, despite his heroic involvement in destroying absolute evil? LOL I agree, Macnamara should quit these nonsense claims.
  11. The Destruction of the Ring in the cracks of Mount Doom One of the most dramatic scenes of any film in the last 20 years... Gollum snatches the Ring from Frodo's grasp. The Ring falls into the cracks of Mount Doom, and into the Fires of Mordor. With the Ring is destroyed, Sauron is utterly defeated, his armies are totally destroyed, and he loses power forever. Tolkien was one of the greatest story-tellers of the 20th Century. If anyone claims Tolkien supported the one-eyed god, they really don't know what they're talking about. The Lord of Rings depicts the end of the one-eyed god!
  12. Three Norns weave the rope of fate, in Richard Wagner's Twilight of the Gods (Götterdämmerung) The Norns in this 2008 production, look very spidery, and in a large cobweb they spin away. Unfortunately, there are no English subtitles, but it is night on the Valkyries’ rock as they weave the rope of destiny. They explain how the one-eyed god, Wotan, ordered the world ash tree, from which his spear of rulership was cut, to be cut down, and its wood piled around the base of Valhalla. The burning of the wood will mark the end of the gods, and the old order. Suddenly the rope snaps and their wisdom is ended. The Norns descend into the earth.
  13. I thought you were going to post that quote but he didn't say all people in the world are Freemasons, but if you want to be consistent, and non-hypocritical in your claim that I am a Freemason because of your Manly P. Hall quote, then you would have to argue that you are a mason too. But you're real purpose is to just troll this thread with nonsense and meaningless quotes.
  14. "The maintenance of secrets is like a psychic poison, which alienates their possessor from the community." - Carl Jung "One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious." - Carl Jung "Who looks outside dreams. Who looks inside awakens." - Carl Jung
  15. RobSS


    What a surreal encounter as well!
  16. There are also the Norns, in Norse mythology, the three spinning/weaving sisters who work the thread of Wyrd (also known as Fate/Karma). Here we have a correlation between the three Norns, in Wagner's music drama, The Ring of the Nibelung, and Shelob, in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. As a sign of impending disaster, the rope of fate that the Norns weave, breaks, and the cosmos of the Pagan gods is left to unknown forces, and so begins the twilight of the gods (Götterdämmerung). In Wagner's "Ring Cycle", the story is told by the Norns, Erda’s daughters, who unfold, each night, visions of the past, present and future. They see what Wotan cannot, or does not want to see, and each day they wind a rope (das Seil) bringing messages from the water that flows round the World Ash Tree. The three Norns spinning and weaving the web of fate The first Norn relates how, at one time in the distant past, they wove and sang of sacred things at the tall and strong World Ash Tree, whose sacred branches shaded a spring which ‘whispered wisdom’. She relates of a time when Wotan came to the spring to drink to learn knowledge of power. He also broke a branch from the world Ash tree, to craft a spear with which to rule and order the world, but in order to gain such insight and power, he had to sacrifice one of his eyes, for all time. As a consequence, the wound in the trunk of the tree led to the tree withering, and the spring began to run dry. The second Norn then relates how Wotan carved runes and rules on the resulting spear with which he hoped to rule the world. Wotan with one eye Here, we also have a correlation between the one-eyed Wotan in Wagner's music drama, The Ring of the Nibelung, and Tolkien's Sauron, in The Lord of the Rings. Sauron's eye
  17. It won't be long before they also start say, "truth, peace and security".
  18. Yes, a lot of this is going to be a psychological warfare to keep people traumatised, and in a constant state of fear. It's just another method they have for controlling the masses. Now that the scamdemic psyop is ending, they'll utilise other methods that we'll need to be aware of.
  19. Getting back on topic, I've been doing some research on Neith, the ancient Egyptian goddess of creation and weaving, it was believed that everyday she re-spun the world on her loom, and from early dynasty periods, Neith was said to be an "Opener of the Ways", an escort of souls, and protector of the dead. One of Neith's symbols was the mummy cloth. So already we have many attributes associated with spiders, which also cocoon and protect the dead, in a kind of mummy cloth, or wrapping. Statuette of Neith housed in the Louvre
  20. ITV News - Boris Johnson had birthday bash during lockdown: https://www.itv.com/news/2022-01-24/boris-johnson-had-birthday-bash-during-lockdown-itv-news-understands
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