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  1. 1 hour ago, Phil26 said:

    Now look at this analogy. Do you think it is easier to keep Truman in his limited 'town', which was a TV studio, or do you think it would take more resources to build him an entire planet to roam while keeping him in 'The Truman Show'?

     

    Easier still to make it into a religion so that Truman pays for his own prison, while believing he's on the path to freedom. 

  2. @Phil26 well you can argue against science if you want, which then becomes a battle of who's got the best evidence. So science ends up as a debate between the scientists about what's true, and we can join in too. 

     

    43 minutes ago, Phil26 said:

    Everything you can perceived with your five senses is within the simulation.

     

    44 minutes ago, Phil26 said:

    Also the time of "14 billion" years is not real. Were you there to see it? Have you been to those other planets in this 'physical' world?

     

    Even if I was there to see it, by your ideas, as it's within my 5 senses it'd be in the simulation. So how can I trust anything in that case? Your post explaining all this could be part of the simulation too. It's a recipe for paranoia and craziness. I've never seen Australia so should I start doubting it exists? 

     

    49 minutes ago, Phil26 said:

    It's like farming. It has become more 'efficient', at the expense of the animals and quality of food. Pesticides, nanotechnologies, GMO, battery farming and now they seek to make it more efficient with lab grown meat and veganism. They are encouraging people to live on protein drinks and artificial supplements. It's more efficient, and that is all it cares about.

     

     Agreed. There's a lot of dystopian control mechanisms getting rolled out in the name of efficiency. 

  3. 6 hours ago, novymir said:

    There are no parasites or predators  or prey in Reality, there are no limits in Reality, except that one can only be as they truly are(is that really a limit?), anything else is mere fantasy. Nothing and nowhere. Much ado about NOTHING.

     

    Nice. We think we are human beings at the top of the food chain, the apex predator and a superior species. But we are less than 50% human. I just looked it up and human cells make up only about 43% of the total body's cell count; the rest is things like bacteria, viruses, fungi, and archaea. 

     

    "The researchers calculated that more than 10,000 microbial species occupy the human ecosystem,

     

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_microbiome

     

    It's one thing to see this on a physical level like gut bacteria etc but if there's so many other species living inside us, what effect does it have on our minds as well? 😮 

     

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  4. I haven't seen the Matrix films, nor am I into gaming culture so I have to read up about stuff like simulations, 'pills' of various colours, NPCs, matrices. But I can't find it in me to believe that most people aren't real, not connected to what you call original source. What I would call nature, nature appearing in different forms. We're all part of nature, but many of us feel and think we're alienated from it because of a lot of conditioning in synthetic ideas, beliefs and living conditions. Including a lot of religions which put God and spirit as beyond nature. 

     

    Death is the ultimate challenge to our simulation-stories and it's why people who believe in their stories about themselves (as beings separate from nature) get so frightened of death. 

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  5. 3 hours ago, XelNaga said:

    Was it an honest mistake?

     

    I guess it was a test, an experiment.

     

    As I remember they blamed it on the nozzles being mixed up so it got deposited into the wrong one. A bit like if you mix up petrol and diesel at the service station. Nowadays they've redesigned them to avoid it. But the fact they covered it up makes me wonder. 

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  6. 9 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    That's because this world IS a simulation. At the same time any simulation will have rules, so a train running someone over in the simulation is because  they agreed to the rules that it could run them over and they could die.

     

    A simulation doesn't mean no rules. 

     

    This world is part of the solar system, galaxy and ultimately the whole physical universe. Are you saying the entire 14 or so billion years of astronomy is a simulation? Or is it just planet Earth?  

  7. 12 hours ago, shabbirss said:

    not only the israeli army...
    the western armies have been raping, killing, torturing,looting,stealing land, resources, and dignity from people across the middle east
    for decades already 

     

    It's "not only" any culture's armies which do that, it's been common throughout history and geography. But it was westerners who pioneered war crimes trials, the Geneva Conventions and there is at least some comeback for atrocities nowadays. Tho not enough to deter completely. 

  8. 33 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

    I agree with what you’re saying. 
    Aluminium crosses the blood brain barrier, causes dementia. 

     

    And aluminium is added to the tap water so most people ingest it daily.  There was an incident in Camelford, Cornwall in 1988 when too much was added to the water supply.  It was covered up for 16 days until the water company admitted it and locals were poisoned with short term and long term effects. 

     

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camelford_water_pollution_incident  

     

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  9. 19 minutes ago, sock muppet said:

    If you have access to a cctv camera that is infra red capable, most home cctv cameras are, then you will have a better view of what is actually in the air that rains down, it is for want of a better description like a snow blizzard, much of it though is naturally present as dust kicked up by the wind and part of that dust comes from space, how much of it though can be attributed to chemtrails is a difficult one to be able measure to say that the 'blizzard' seen from the camera is a normal occurrence in terms of density.

     

    Interesting ... dust or small soil/silt particles blown up into the atmosphere from dry countries could also be a possibility. I remember a year or two ago we had Saharan dust blown up by the weather conditions and it got all over our car. 

  10. 38 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

    This is exactly it!

    Thankyou, at least somebody else sees it too. 

    Yes it’s visible at night, you can open your back door too, with the light shining out and you can see it then.

     

    Like dust or snow or powdered rain constantly falling. Very hard to make out, but it’s always there- always falling.


    We’re breathing this in. Is it nanotech, chemtrails, what? 

     

    I'll be out tonight (if it stops raining) and have a look! 

     

    If it were during spring/summer/autumn we could put it down to pollen or fungus spores but during winter that seems unlikely. 

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  11. 12 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

    'Et In Arcadia Ego'

     

    🙂

     

    (Just noticed your pic) 

     

    😉  yep, I'm reading a book about it called The Arcadian Cipher by Peter Blake & Paul Blezard. Trying to crack the secret codes hidden in some paintings but going into history of secret knowledge of Babylon, Egypt, Kabbalah, Christian heresies and Rennes-le-Chateau etc. 

     

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  12. 29 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

    So conversely, in a Solar Panel, when the Photon excites the Electron, the excited electron generates an electron in the field?

     

    Where does this extra electron come from?

     

    I don't think an extra electron is created. When the photon 'excites' the electron, the electron jumps up to a higher orbit in the field. Just like the planets further away from the Sun have more gravitational energy than the ones closer to it. 

  13. 1 hour ago, pi3141 said:

    Ok, but can that be explained better - do you mean the Photon is created by the Electron energy in a field? But Energy can not be created, so the Photon must come from somewhere else as a result of the Electron's interaction with the field? 

     

    Once again I ask, where does the Photon come from. Physicists have suggested its squeezed out of the Tungsten Nucleus. The Nucleus gives up a Photon, so therefore the Nucleus of Tungsten atoms must contain a large reservoir of Photons  or the Nucleus brings a Photon through from another energy field?

     

    I'm afraid my Physics isn't that great and I think now it comes to a point of which branch of Physics do we use, Relativistic, Quantum, Classical? 

     

    Yes I'm sure there is a better explanation, my knowledge is 40 years old and very rusty. 

     

    39 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

    Are you sure that the light emitted from a hot filament is produced by electrons changing energy levels? How does a hot filament give off a continuous spectrum when electrons can only make discrete jumps between energy levels?

     

    But for me the question still remains - where does the Photon come from - if an Electron changes state, how does that produce / create a Photon?

     

    It is a very interesting topic that as far as I know, is not completely explained. 

     

    What I think is that there's no such thing as a vacuum, pure empty space. An atom isn't confined to the particles it's made of, those particles also have electric and magnetic fields surrounding them which are part of the structure of the atom. An atom is like a spherical magnet with a negative pole (electrons) and positive pole (nucleus).  So a photon isn't created out of nothing, it's a vibration in the field that's already there. The speed which the electron moves between quantum states creates the frequency of the vibration (photon). But an electron is confined to quantum levels of orbit round the nucleus, and the photons emitted have specific wavelengths/energies. 

     

    I get into debates with the AI chatbot sometimes. Something which just blew my mind is that I asked how light experiences space and time, because it travels at the speed of light, how does relativity affect a photon? The answer came back that from the photon's pov space and time don't exist, they are contracted to zero. So when we see a photon taking time to travel a certain distance, to the photon's perspective the whole universe and its history is a singularity. 

     

    We're straying off topic here, perhaps the discussion could be continued elsewhere but I'm interested in fundamentals of Physics. 

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  14. 1 hour ago, pi3141 said:

    In a Solar Panel, the Silicon that has been doped, under certain conditions, N-P-N Junction, will release an Electron, in a Lightbulb, when a passing electron from the input current collides with an orbiting electron of the filament material, the atom in the Filament releases a Photon.

     

    So where do all these Photons come from?

     

    Do they exist in the filament and are released, thus after a period of time the filament would be depleted of Photons and cease to work?

     

    Similarly, do solar panels release a stored Electron from their silicon and hence in time the Solar Panel will stop working?

     

    I'm not an expert, but just thinking back to my schoolboy Physics. Protons and electrons are charged + & - which means they're surrounded by an electromagnetic field all the time, and a photon is a vibration in that field. So the photon comes from the energy transfer from the particle to the field. Like a sound is made of energy vibrations in the air, or a wave is a vibration in the ocean. In an old-style filament bulb, the filament is the part of the circuit with the largest resistance to electrons so it absorbs the energy and heats up (heat mostly in the form of infra-red radiation but a bit of visible light too). 

     

    As for solar panels, that's more complicated than a filament lightbulb. But aren't the released electrons replaced by new ones from the input circuit, so they're circling round?  Like with a battery, energetic electrons are emitted from the negative end and return back to the positive end. Otherwise if there was an imbalance with electrons leaving the object the whole thing would become positively charged. 

     

  15. 1 hour ago, novymir said:

    What "law" do they teach? Is the above quote only applicable and relevant to that supposed time and place?

    Or can it be translated and relevant to the here and now? Generalized.

     

    The Pharisees are simply false authority(anti-Truth), Archontic agents, and they are not just some stupid religious sect, they are everything/everyone that is bound to and in allegiance to the pseudo-power of deceit.

     

    It may have been the laws in the scriptures like the Torah (Mosaic and Noahide laws). A legalistic approach which Jesus is apparently rejecting in favour of personal religious experience. 

  16. The illuminati agenda is very advanced in the Western nations and China so it's no surprise that they're moving on to other countries like India, if they weren't there already but now starting to go mask-off. I guess Hindu nationalism just isn't diverse and multicultural enough for the ptb. They're dividing us up and picking us off one by one, and us westerners are too weakened and busy dealing with our own decline to be of much assistance unfortunately.  Though goodness knows we need some international solidarity. The Indians were vaccinated against sympathy for the British because of the history of empire, and now here we are with India needing some support. It's a flip side of the Stockholm syndrome we're in where the victims oppose each other instead of the real criminals. 

     

    And welcome to the forum @cia  🙂 

     

  17. I'm reading it at the moment. I have the second edition published by David Icke books dated 1999. Which is also the version currently on sale on www.davidicke.com. 

    However in David's wiki article it lists it as being originally published (ie first edition) in 1999 from Bridge of Love Publications. 

     

    So it's a bit of a mystery, perhaps there were two editions published in the same year 1999, but as the cover states, the 2nd edition includes the background to the murder of Princess Diana. Which happened in 1997 two years earlier, so why wasn't that included in the first edition?  Mind you wiki isn't a reliable source. 

     

    PS welcome to the forum Robbie 🙂 

     

     

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  18. 6 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    The central power has always come from the UK. The UK are leading it.

     

    The conservatives are just puppets like all politicians are.

     

    DI also suggests this in his books, that Britain and especially London has been a major centre for the Babylonian-Reptilian cult for centuries. This deception has caused the British people to be demonised as imperialists conquering and enslaving other countries when we were one of the first people to be conquered and occupied for the cult agenda. 

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  19. On 2/27/2024 at 10:23 PM, Phil26 said:

    They exploit the normal feelings teens have to convince them they are transgender.

     

    Could you explain more about how you think transgenderism is connected to infertility? I think I understand what you are saying but does that go beyond the way hormones are being manipulated? 

     

    Yeah the hormones can be a factor but even more so with surgery which leaves them infertile. They remove the healthy fertile organs of one gender and create artificial new ones of the opposite gender which are infertile because the technology isn't advanced enough. 

     

    I like to think I'm a practical person and don't want to restrict people's freedoms unless absolutely necessary. A society can survive if a small proportion don't reproduce and I'm not a bigot about trans. But there's a lot of factors coming together to make our civilisation unsustainable demographically and the promotion of trans is just one aspect of this. There aren't very many trans people around as a percentage, so the effect is of propaganda value with society tying itself in knots deciding how far to accommodate it.  

     

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  20. 8 minutes ago, DaleP said:

    So basically, remove your ego because ego separates us from oneness.

     

    I think I see what you're getting at but it's hard to describe isn't it? 

     

    "Remove your ego" - who removes it? 

     

    "ego separates us from oneness" - that means there's three things: ego, us and oneness. 

  21. 30 minutes ago, Phil26 said:

    You're assuming that everyone still in this world cannot leave. You're also assuming there are no other worlds or 'realms'. You're assuming a 'physical' world you exist in. All of which are incorrect assumptions. 

     

    You're assuming you know everything about the existence of another human being because you can 'see' them or experience interactions with them. Again you are making incorrect assumptions.

     

    At some point everyone has, or had, a chance to leave. Whatever you think is 'controlling' this particular world it has gone to great lengths to keep you here. It has perfected this over time and recycling you through lives.  It gathers more data, it becomes more efficient. It is designed to look at problems (like how to get complete control of you) and test out solutions until it finds the answer. It is doing this constantly. This is reflected in more and more ways it has found to manipulate the population over time, and exponentially.

     

    It's up to you if you want to ignore the signs showing you the way out.

     

    David Icke is simply presenting information, it's up to you what you do with it.

     

    I've not read DI's latest books but The Trap is on my bookshelf waiting to be read. I think you mentioned elsewhere you're an astral traveller, is that what you mean by leaving this world into other ones?  Which raises a thought about whether the astral (or whatever you prefer to call it) is any freer than this realm. There's plenty of information about the lower 4th astral being populated with "low frequency" demonic beings  so we may need to get further on than that. Plus there's the old saying that wherever you go, you take yourself with you, so you can't escape your inner psychological problems by physically moving somewhere else. 

  22. 2 hours ago, Velma said:

    The BBC quoted the Rothschild's family wealth as £825million! (Quadrillion)

     

    So, Jay-Z, who is worth $2-5 billion, is richer than the Rothschilds?

     

     

    There's a paywall on the bloomberg article but I did a quick search which gives a very different answer.   

     

    "The Rothschild family's net worth is estimated to stand between $400 billion to $1 trillion, cumulatively.

     

    https://www.therichest.com/rich-powerful/the-richest-living-members-of-rothschild-family-ranked-by-net-worth/ 

     

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  23. 5 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    I don't think we should ban people if they really want to be transgender, but there should certainly be bans on anyone under adult age from surgery or hormones. Children don't have the maturity to do that.

     

    I agree, although if there's an underlying mental health issue it should be addressed first. Nearly all children have a hard time going through puberty and finding out their true adult self anyway.   

     

    5 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    I also think the traditional roles of men and women are actually feeding into the trans movement. If men and women weren't stereotyped there would be no gender to identify with. Trans people aren't identifying with the sex of male or female, they are identifying with makeup, wearing a dress or shaving their heads and going muscle crazy. Stereotypes.

     

    But why now? Those traditional roles have been around for ever, since before humans evolved even. As far as I can see, a certain amount of gender bending existed historically, and in other cultures too, we can look at how males & females were portrayed in the western theatre tradition or ladyboys in the far east for example. However the whole thing has been ramped up to a much higher level at the same time as our culture is experiencing an existential threat due to infertility and I don't think it's a coincidence. 

  24. 8 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    One thing to assume is the AI takes everything you say as true even if it isn't.

      

    It's rather like that talking to any 'authority' figures like the police, lawyers, security guards, social workers. Don't joke, use sarcasm, figures of speech etc it's likely to be taken literally. 

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