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  1. 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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  2. 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. 

  3. 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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  4. 21 hours ago, 78ast78dgyad said:

    Half the twitter feeds are nationalistic posts about Islam, immigration and civil war.

     

    Suella Braverman is writing very nationalistic articles
     
    Former PM Liz Truss is releasing a book about immigration, Islam and the fall of the West
     
    Politicians being suspended for comments about Islam
     
    I have my own theory about this.
    It is being created by AI. This is what AI is. AI is not a robot walking down the street that looks human.
    AI is a weapon that shapes public opinion and shapes the outcome and creates the events it wants to. It creates the atmosphere and tone of the debate.
    The most obvious way to do this is the low hanging fruit, immigration and conflict. 

     

    I can see where you're coming from, but this kind of thing is much older than AI. The illuminati are always creating conflicts by controlling both sides of the argument. It doesn't mean that we should accept immigration or multiculturalism (colonisation as i call it) they are dangerous, but we shouldn't just be led into the 'solutions' which the ptb offer us. It's problem - reaction - solution. Recurring. 

  5. 14 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    Let's face it, £8.3bn is a hell of a lot of money. That's YOUR hard-earned money taken from you in taxes, being given to people who in many cases 'choose' not to work, because the handouts are so generous.

     

    The whole benefits system has been designed to be easily 'rigged'. I think it might be the case that a lot of 'fraud' has been committed by people who have been 'advised' on how to 'game the system'.

     

    While that's true, you can make exactly the same argument for people who fiddle the tax system. The amount of tax evasion / fraud is on the same order of magnitude as the benefit fraud and people who know the system, or can afford accountants and lawyers, can equally game the system. This policy of targeting benefit claimants (and maybe pensioners too) logically leads to a total state-corporate panopticon. 

     

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  6. 11 hours ago, Connor Wiseman said:

    Transgenderism at it's worse is baseline pedophilia when children are concerned. This is one of the fundamental parts of the transgender movement that is out right unlawful and inhumane. People need to realise that it is okay to be who you want to be but behaviour has to be considered and when things go left, you have to take action and make right the things that are wrong and left. These people are being promoted because of the demonization of the human mind in society and it's completely wrong. The movement is not sustainable for humanity at all and completely destroys the minds of children who follow it, it should be banned out right completely and made illegal for under age people to see anything to do with transgenderism. Even more so with the sterlization of children and hormone change amongst the young, it needs to be illegal because it ruins lives and impacts them for the worst.

     

    Transgender can start off as mental disorders like body dysmorphia or gender dysphoria and we have to ask why these illnesses are becoming more common. I think there is a wider context where the traditional roles for masculinity and femininity which have kept society going and sustainable for thousands of generations are being degraded and deconstructed under the banners of relativism and personal freedom. Transgender is just the extreme end of a much wider movement to feminise men and masculinise women, damaging our fertility, including through the food supply and making national cultures unsustainable leading to mass immigration.  It's a demographic dead end especially for white westerners. Movements which start off as potentially positive like Feminism and New Man are twisted so we believe masculinity is toxic and femininity is oppression. 

     

    So when we look at the wider context, just focusing on the tip of the spear like transgenderism and trying to ban that can lead to accusations of discrimination and hate, which is of course how the whole agenda was constructed. Imo we need compassion for the victims, as we're all victims, and expose the whole degenerate agenda. 

     

  7. 38 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    I get most of my groceries from Iceland - thankfully they resisted the move towards self-service and still have manned tills. Everything else I need I get from my local Nisa or other independent supermarkets, I don't think they are really that much more expensive than Tesco, Sainsburys et al despite the media propaganda and advertising.

     

    It's the same with Aldi and Home Bargains not having self-checkout, we tend to get as much as we can from the discount shops and only go to the regular supermarkets for particular things we can't find elsewhere. 

  8. 17 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    The best parts of the new age were actually all stolen from other traditions and cultures, like Tarot (if used as a psychological tool and not to make absolute life choices by), herbalism and similar aspects.

     

    This has occurred to me too. There's very little that's genuinely new in the New Age, apart from perhaps using crystals, and most people who do things like Tarot and dowsing wouldn't call themselves New Age. So i don't think of it as a 'movement' ie an identifiable group moving in the same direction. 

     

    11 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    You and I are not perfect beings, we are what Icke calls 'divine sparks' (there are other labels) and we are not meant to be perfect. But AI always seeks perfection. It upgrades, it 'improves', it seeks consolidation of everything (globalisation being a reflection of this) a 'melting pot' of sameness until all becomes one same voice, opinion and thought. The new age movement pushes 'enlightenment', a supposed state of perfection. It's sold on the lie that you are not worthy and must become perfect or you are stained with sin, aka karma. The new age transhumanism idea is that humans can evolve and enhance themselves into enlightenment using technology and AI.

     

    The AI melting pot is what the New Age looks like too, a pick & choose from many cultures and ages, to make us rootless and disconnected from our own history, with a fake sense of freedom. It's what the ptb are doing with western society as a whole with mass immigration and multiculturalism. These aren't separate tendencies they're part of the same agenda. 

     

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  9. 10 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    Gurus etc. are manipulative. They know exactly what they are doing. They are narcissists. They want to be followed and then they use those people. They look for certain types and then reel them in. 

     

    Your assuming those leaders are benign in their intentions but then how does the abuse happen? Ask yourself if a genuinely good person would suddenly decide to take advantage of someone who is vulnerable? 🙄

     

    The problem is so widespread that the word Guru is now suspect in common parlance. Clearly the people who abuse their position and commit abuse aren't genuinely good. They have had some spiritual experiences and are good communicators and have charisma but haven't done enough emotional work and still have a dark shadow side. Meditation or other practices might give us experiences of Nonduality, the Holy Spirit, Samadhi or whatever, but guess what it doesn't cure things like narcissism so easily. Not all religious leaders are abusive of course, but it takes some experience to spot who the cult leaders are as they tend to be sneaky. Naive people don't spot the signs and go into denial. 

      

    I think there are laws for safeguarding vulnerable people in the UK, especially for children. 

     

    10 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    There is a bigger problem with society that feeds into the guru (cult)ure. People have 'heroes', saviours and are fans of people they admire. They place those people above themselves and forget they are just human. They treat actors and sport 'stars' like gods! That's why people handed over their kids to people like Jimmy Saville.

     

    If people stopped looking for those 'above' them cults and gurus would not exist. But to say that absolves gurus would be the same as letting other non 'spiritual' abusers get away with it.

     

    Yup, it's not just religion which has a cult problem, basically the perpetrators try and get access to victims wherever they can. The irony is that all the all the talk of spiritual levels and initiations is baloney, we're all as important as each other, but get brainwashed to think we need to achieve something. 

     

    19 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Vulnerable and naive who's perspective?

     

    There will be members of the public who think people who follow and give David Icke money are vulnerable and naive. Perspective.........

     

    For children and the mentally ill, every act during the day they are vulnerable. Like buying an ice cream. Monitoring everything is overkill imo. And generally speaking those people will be in better hands than most other situations they find themselves in. I.e. less likely that Rupert is going to rape a mentally ill child than some random ice cream seller.

     

    Children and mentally ill / disabled people are automatically vulnerable, they have some legal protection already in the UK.  I'm not pointing a finger at any particular teachers, but in situations where adults have access to children and power over them there should be systems in place, like DBS checks. Religious groups with children in are no different from youth clubs like the boy scouts etc.  Deciding when your child is old enough to go out to the shops by themselves for an ice cream is a big decision for a parent, but with clubs and church groups there is some assurance that there's systems in place so you can safely take them there.  

  10. 8 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

    In scotland we can't even buy raw milk. We have to import it from england. It's criminal. The SNP sit there in the scottish parliament claiming they care about the scottish people and yet they block them from consuming raw milk....unbelievable

     

    It's hypocritical. And a common way of damaging the local industry when you're allowed to import goods which are banned to local farmers. We have similar tactics aimed at English farmers who have tighter rules on animal rights and which chemicals they're allowed to use than the foreign produce we import. I'm all in favour of treating animals well and avoiding toxic chemicals but that good intention is weaponised to put pressure on our people. 

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  11. 47 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    No idea about Mooji booji or whoever. I know he has sex with a lot of followers. Other than that no idea.

     

    Who appoints this Mooji as guru? Seekers not Mr Mooji booji. So I think responsibility falls upon the seeker, rather than a dude with a beard. No need for safeguards or monitoring imo.

     

    I've noticed in the neo-advaita scene, other guru scenes, and the New Age that there's personality cults around individual teachers who set up on their own like Mooji, Rupert Spira, Jim Newman. So you're right the responsibility is on the seeker (caveat emptor) where there's no-one else to keep an eye on things like with a religious denomination that has a hierarchy.  Trouble is if some of the seekers are vulnerable or naive. They can attract people with mental health problems or children so things like police checks are important.  But as we all know, even with these safeguards there are scandals like pedophile priests within large churches. Hopefully the rules have tightened up enough now. 

     

  12. 52 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    I guess so. But it is not going beyond 5 sense perception to some new mystical perception.

     

    The experience of I has always been there in all of us. It is always being experienced by all of us at all times.

     

    People are just not noticing it because objects are more "exciting". It is that experience that arises prior to objects 

     

    The pathway is through self enquiry which also requires no additional skills, or awareness just the ability to formulate a question and provide an honest answer.

     

    Truth is "enlightenment" is too boring for most. It is nothing special or exciting in comparison to Objective experience Objective experience is more intoxicating and therefore folks only look to enlightenment after a period of suffering in the objective world ,or not getting what they want from objects, namely happiness, which can never be found there ....

     

    What would you say is the "experience of I"? I thought many people's practice of self-inquiry leads to not finding the I. 

  13. I'm not sure if smart meters still count as new tech, they seem like it to me as I've refused one since they came out. But I'm seeing more cheap tariffs coming from the energy suppliers only if you have a smart meter. There was one on the radio this morning from Ovo energy. It's a stealthy way of forcing the smart tech onto us without actually making it compulsory. 

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  14. 16 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    The whole basis of non duality is 'one not two'. If you are not sure about this, as you mentioned in your comment, then try some philosophy websites for more detail.

     

    You also mentioned you approached the meditation concept as letting go of self and then 'coming back', but in non duality the ultimate aim to to never 'come back'. It is the equivalent to 'Heaven' in western traditions.

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    Mooji is running a cult. He is using his compound to hide his abuse from the outside. 

    Mooji: suicides, sex cult and abuse of followers

    And there is much more information on the internet from his ex followers. So no, it's not 'just one example".

     

    Other examples. Sexual abuse by yoga gurus

    Also try Google. You will find thousands of examples and many more victims of spiritual abuse by gurus, new agers and 'spiritual' people pretending to be enlightened while using it to abuse. There is no defense for it.

     

    I find it interesting that new age followers and so called 'spiritual' people are so quick to defend the eastern Cults and gurus when they are the same people (quite rightly) condemning the Catholic church abuses and the Pastors who get caught with teens! But get a guy in a sheet saying OM doing the same or worse and the new age types give them a free pass. 

     

    Yes I get the idea of nonduality, it's rather like monism in western philosophy. It was Mooji who I'm not too familiar with. I've seen a couple of his youtube videos but I'll leave it to others to debate him. 

     

    You are discussing two rather different issues: whether nonduality meditation is unhealthy; and abusive cults within religion in general.  Perhaps there's some overlap if people become suggestive from the states of mind resulting from religious practice: but as you say that can happen in other religions too. I would just reiterate my earlier point that leaders need accountability; so any organisation like a guru ashram or a church which lacks governance and puts the guru in a position of absolute power is a big red flag. 

     

     

    16 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    You use the usual mitigation of 'well others do it too' excuse when you said "There are cults around all over the place. Eastern spirituality isn't immune, but it's not alone.". That is not the point. Abuse of power is abused of power. I don't care if it is a Catholic Bishop, a guru or anyone else, they all are wrong. Ironically your defense that it's"not fair" to accuse people because you think it's an isolated accusation (even though it's actually a global issue) is exactly why millions of children were abused by churches and cults all over the world, and still are. You're turning away from spiritual abuse because you don't want to believe it and it makes you and others feel uncomfortable.

     

    I didn't say 'others do it too' as mitigation, of course it's all abuse; but earlier you were pointing at one nonduality guru in particular to evidence a general point. I'm not turning away from it, I agree that we need strict safeguarding rules and monitoring. 

  15. 14 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    A fair point. I guess it depends if there are any strategists in the West that really have our back. I wouldn't be surprised if there are some, but are their hands tied?

     

    Yeah, it's like our side doesn't try very hard to help ourselves, from a common sense notion of national security.

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  16. 4 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Ok well the area I recently moved has Taekwondo and chi gung.

     

    Will try both and see if any resonate. 

     

    I was recently invited to try Taekwondo at our local club and my first thought was there's no point. I'm too old to do something that looks like a younger person's fighting sport. And I'm not very competitive. But perhaps there's other benefits like keeping my coordination and muscle tone and reaction speed. So I was wondering what's the attraction of these things for you, are you interested in self defence, other physical fitness stuff, or is it to do with mind and energy work? 

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  17. 4 hours ago, novymir said:

    "Russia" doesn't exist. None of the "countries" exist. "East" and "West" don't exist.

    They are only geographical locations on a map or globe that contain idolators and heretics that must be eliminated.

     

    "Politics" don't exist. 

     

    "Secular" and "Religious" doesn't exist. 

     

    They are just masks used to cast spells and hypnotize humans.

     

    "Stockholm Syndrome"

     

    " A hostage's belief in the humanity[or legitimacy] of the captor, ceasing to perceive them as a threat, when the prisoner holds[is programmed through trauma and seduction] the same values as the aggressor [was seeking to install]."

     

    I don't call them "pathetic", just misguided. 

     

    In academia those are called social constructs, with a view to, as you rightly say, hypnotising us with uprooting our regular common sense. 

     

    That may be different to what you mean. But in any case, from your perspective of these things not existing, what do you suggest we do about it? How do we live without countries, politics, religious or secular philosophy etc?  You may have broken the spell but aren't we still a social animal which needs some collective action and organising into groupings and communities? 

  18. 7 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    Tracking organization claims Russia uses North Korean ballistic missile containing US, European components
    https://www.yenisafak.com/en/news/tracking-organization-claims-russia-uses-north-korean-ballistic-missile-containing-us-european-components-3677824

     

    I'm guessing this is supposed to be a bad news story, because there's sanctions against Russia and North Korea. But something doesn't seem quite right. It's bad for 'our' components to go into 'their' missiles because it might help them. But when it's 'their' (ie Chinese) components going into 'our' 5G networks and nuclear power stations, and 'their' software in 'our' social media (Tik Tok) that's a security threat for us. It's a lose-lose for the west. Presumably it's too risky to use Chinese parts in our missiles but we would never think of spiking their missiles by sending them dodgy components?  

     

    What's the message here, that the west (as the global policeman) is too virtuous to use dirty tricks and so are fighting the new cold war with one hand tied behind our backs? 

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  19. 8 hours ago, jack121 said:

     

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    "Why are male members of the royal family circumcised by a mohel?

     

    Prince Harry's new memoir confirms he was circumcised, but has it always been a regal rite of passage? 

     

    Prince Harry’s newly published memoir “Spare” has made a string of revelations about his royal's private life, including confirmation that he and his brother were circumcised, but why do male members of the Royal Family undergo this procedure? "

     

    ...... 

     

    "In 2013, the head of the Initiation Society Dr Joseph Spitzer offered to carry out the procedure should the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge decide to maintain the practice with Prince George.

    The London Jewish community’s official Mohel Jacob Snowman performed the surgery on baby Prince Charles in Buckingham Palace, days after his 1948 birth. Princes Andrew and Edward were also circumcised. 

    It is not uncommon for Mohels to offer circumcision procedures for non-Jewish babies.

    Extensive commentary has claimed that the circumcision of British royals began due to Queen Victoria’s belief that she was descended from the biblical King David. There is also a separate idea that the tradition that King George I imported the practice from the German city of Hanover, where it was popular amongst the upper classes. "

     

    https://www.thejc.com/news/why-are-male-members-of-the-royal-family-circumcised-by-a-mohel-qlc8hezk 

  20. 12 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    When people say they "focus" on not being self by definition they are focusing on self, because who is doing the focusing! Then they say that non duality means it's possible to focus on being "the one", but again by being aware of that point of view the self is individualised. It is that cognitive dissonant thinking which causes people who do that to disassociate, it is becoming a problem with a lot of people in psychiatric treatment. Disassociation and 'multiple personality', now called DID, is becoming.more common and especially in those who do the type of 'meditation' or 'non self awareness' exercises.

      

    Focusing or concentration type meditation was what I originally learned using things like mantras and breathing. You focus on one thing and let go of everything else.  I haven't come across a nondual teaching to focus on being the one, it's more about giving the focussing a rest for a while. Then I find the self re-emerges quite unharmed. But it is quite a powerful experience if you're not ready for it, having spent all our previous life building up the sense of self. I would say that before getting into advanced mystical spirituality like that you first need to have achieved a healthy sense of self. If you're prone to something like depression or dissociation then deal with that before trying to find enlightenment.  

     

    13 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    Mooji is a popular guru for those types and he has left a trail of people from his community with disassociation disorders. There are many of his ex followers online and he has switched off comments off his social media to avoid the comments from his ex followers.

     

    Mr H's way of thinking is a dead end and simply regurgitation of the same non duality tropes popular with new age types looking for an easy answer.

     

    I have heard a bit about Mooji but not enough to judge him. There are very many gurus, meditation teachers, spiritual groups and writing them all off, or a whole way of thinking, based on only one example isn't being fair. 

     

    13 hours ago, Phil26 said:

    It goes like this -

     

    1.  They have feelings of low self worth, anxiety, fear, loneliness. (Makes them an easy target for the non duality cult thinking)

    2. 'Meditate' into a relaxed state (leaving then hovering between 10-12Hz, making them suggestible).

    3. Get them to let go of all their worries and problems in the world they are currently in by getting them to focus on a 'home' far away from the crappy life they have. Convince them they are at one (all powerful - stops their anxiety and fear!) with all the others who are also 'one' (cures their loneliness!).Happy brain chemicals flood their body and they are hooked!!!!

     

    It is exactly what the elite and those controlling them want! People disassociating from who are are so they will happily "walk into the light" to join the hive mind. 

     

    There are cults around all over the place. Eastern spirituality isn't immune, but it's not alone. 

     

    You refer to meditation being able to create relaxed or hypnotic states, happiness etc. Surely if done in a good environment these can be positive things, if done with a trustworthy professional teacher, or by yourself. As a general rule, if you see a professional for some service it's good for them to belong to an institute or association to give oversight. I used to be an accountant and belonged to an association to govern the profession - why not have a similar thing for meditation and mindfulness. 

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