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  1. 9 hours ago, webtrekker said:

    Clincher for me was when the grandkids came in from school singing 'Baa baaa Rainbow sheep, have you any wool!!!'

     

    I mean, apart from the obvious connotations, where the fuck have you actually seen a RAINBOW sheep? Maybe they exist in Cloud Cuckoo Land, which is where most teachers seem to reside these days.

     

    I hate to think about it but maybe it's the children (and therefore adults when they grow up) who are expected to be the sheep by learning all this twisted stuff. Maybe it's trying to associate rainbow ideology with black critical theory. Subliminally of course. 

  2. 4 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

    Peaked my interest there buddy, anything with the word pot in it,  here is an instapot for anyone that don't know (or didn't know until now like me)

    Not heard of it till now either, I'm glad I stayed here rather than watching the telly! 

    Round here slow cookers and air fryers are all the rage, maybe worth looking at if I can make room in the kitchen. 

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  3. 14 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

    I agree. Its hard sometimes to know who to trust. Especially with what is going on. Where I am in Cornwall UK there are quite a lot of people similarly minded. The issue for me is that some have become "celebrities" within the movement, convinced of their own importance. They are all very narrow minded imo. I need to be around open minded people. People willing to debate not scream. Take action not get others to do it for them. I believe some of them feel they are the future rulers.

    I will stand up and defend what is important to me. I just need to know that others have my back. As Im sure they need the same reassurance that I have theirs.

    It's tough indeed. It doesn't help that local community is so debased due to all the ravages of the last 100 years or so. I'm taking it slowly, trying to protect what I already have in my family and community, and sending out feelers to build it up from there. 

  4. 23 minutes ago, Truthblast said:

    That's our ELF tech manifesting itself as tinnitus.

    Except that it isn't, because we still don't exist. 😇

     

    Seriously though, saying things like 'I exist', 'I don't exist' etc are self-referential so they're paradoxical. Self-reference is nonsense but it's the foundation of our lives too, apparently. Unthinkable to not do it and unthinkable to do it. 

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  5. 56 minutes ago, Truthblast said:

     

    That's because you didn't attend a brotherhood school, where we teach secret math from Pythaghoras's long lost writings. 🤣 

     

    I got as far as Group Theory before realising it's all made up, from basic arithmetic to advanced calculus. Any resemblance to the real world is coincidental. 

     

    50 minutes ago, Truthblast said:

     

    No brother under the 55th degree can know what the "Black Ball" is.

     

    It exists, and yet it doesn't.

     

    It is of this world, yet it isn't.

     

    🤣

     

    I have realised the Tetralemma, does that count towards my membership? 

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  6. 3 hours ago, Bombadil said:

    Having a group of like minded people who support each other in the so called real world would be a really great thing. I would rather support people and businesses who's views align more with mine. Masons help each other out. Give contracts etc to fellow masons. We should do the same. Supporting each other through physical, mental and financial  means if necessary. Im sure there are members here who are at their wits end. Knowing that they had support offline would probably be an enormous help. The light at the end of the tunnel is getting fainter everyday. 

    One thing I do now is to ask any business I interact with if they support vaccines etc. Those that say yes lose my business. I have found it a good way to meet like minded people. I have also been surprised by there being more than I thought.

     

    When you consider how many support groups there are out there it could be a good idea to do it openly as well. Advertise a meeting at your local community centre. The powers above know who we all are anyway so wont make much difference. Not a meeting to agree with each other but to start a mutual support network.

     

    Just for the ones watching. I am not suggesting or endorsing the idea of anything violent. 

     

    +1. This community building is just what's needed because I reckon there's many armchair supporters (like me) who are too afraid to put their heads above the safety net of anonymous internet forums etc. With good reason, it may be too late already unless the support is effective enough. There may be groups in existence at the moment who just need extra members, like political and religious/spiritual groups. I'm looking around my area, having become disillusioned with our churches becoming ever more entangled in the global spider's web of wokeness. 

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  7. 40 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

    Windows = cored coded and backdoored in Israel. 

     

    They can hack and take control of the operating system in a flash. 

     

    I'm no tec expert but after a couple of frustrating years with Windows 10 I finally gave up and bought a chromebook. Works far better tho I can't say if I'm being spied on any less. 

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  8. 6 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

     

    Yes, it is true, the Satanic Verses controversy was in 1988, and the media hasn't changed since then, only ever telling 'half a story' or not giving out full details.

     

    It's like when the Birmingham Mail (or any other local Reach Plc rag) publishes a story about some road being closed because of a 'police incident', its never revealed what the incident actually was, that's all you 'need to know' that there "has been an incident".

     

    I read it a long time ago, and it was a difficult book to follow at the time, however one thing stood out. The fatwa was made by Ayatollah Khomeini only 4 months before he died. Why him in particular? Because there's a character in the book based on him, an exiled Muslim leader living in Paris in the 1970s before the Iranian revolution who as I recall is  described rather badly. So my theory is that the whole anti-Islam narrative is a device to stir up a mob, and a smokescreen to hide the actual motive for the fatwa, which was revenge on the criticism of the Ayatollah in the book. 

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  9. 5 hours ago, The All Eye said:

    When the ancients spoke about the "underworld" I believe they were referencing a person's level of wisdom.  When secret societies, or secret teachers took on new students, the student had to emerge from the underworld by gaining knowledge and wisdom.

     

    Yes I've heard that too, in the ancient world there were underground initiations into mystery schools where the applicant would go underground for a few days and lay down as if dead in the dark then emerge into the light as a symbolic rebirth. The Isis-Osiris religion is one source of the mythology.  This is probably what gave rise to the Christian idea of Jesus dying and being reborn too. But there was much secrecy around it for sure and this type of thing may well still happen in secret societies today. 

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  10. 1 hour ago, oddsnsods said:

    Strange no one has mentioned Roger Waters calling out the Ukraine war, like he did with the white helmets. Although hes part of the fake anti Zionist Marxist crowd.

    Still on a MSM level is pretty big news & media trying to attack him.

    Sting also called out the war.

     

    Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters has some seriously worrying views on Ukraine, Russia and China

    The group’s co-founder called Biden a ‘war criminal’ for standing with Ukraine and added that Taiwan is ‘part of China’

    https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/roger-waters-ukraine-russia-china-taiwan-b2140968.html A bit off-topic 

     

     

    "Taiwan is ‘part of China’

     

    A bit off-topic but as far as I can see Taiwan and its indigenous people has been occupied by the Chinese already for a few hundred years and the debate between the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China both claiming each other's territory just serves to obscure the colonisation of Taiwan. 

     

    From the wiki for Taiwan: 

     

    "Taiwan has been settled for at least 25,000 years. Ancestors of Taiwanese indigenous peoples settled the island around 6,000 years ago. In the 17th century, large-scale Han Chinese immigration to western Taiwan began under a Dutch colony and continued under the Kingdom of Tungning. The island was annexed in 1683 by the Qing dynasty of China, and ceded to the Empire of Japan in 1895. The Republic of China, which had overthrown the Qing in 1911, took control of Taiwan on behalf of the Allies of World War II following the surrender of Japan in 1945. The resumption of the Chinese Civil War resulted in the ROC's loss of mainland China to forces of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and consequent retreat to Taiwan in 1949. Its effective jurisdiction has since been limited to Taiwan and smaller islands."

  11. 1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

    The underworld is not an external place. It is an internal motif of the psyche

     

    Forget trying to find a tunnel into the centre of the world and concern yourself more with your own internal processes

     

    I can agree with you but not prove it because I've not died yet and don't know what comes after. However states of mind can certainly by 'up' and 'down'. 

     

    However there is a kind of logic that if the ancients believed the Gods lived in the sky and on mountain tops, then their opposites the demons would live underground. They probably knew that it gets hotter the deeper underground you go, and that the underground is associated with earthquakes, sulphurous thermal springs and lava in volcanoes. Hence hellfire and brimstone :( 

  12. Ok so I've been reviewing the energy price situation today. 

     

    Firstly from last year, the system responded slowly to wholesale prices because the price cap for the UK only recalculates every 6 months. So some of the smaller energy companies go bust. The bigger companies take over their customers. 
     
    Then in April 2022 the price cap rises and the first price hike kicks in and there's still no point yet switching to a fixed contract because there aren't any cheap deals available. 
     
    April to August, the big energy companies make huge profits, and there's talk about a windfall tax to help struggling customers. And making the system recalculate the price cap every 3 months. But we're still expecting another massive increase in October. 
      
    So, what's happened is the big energy companies have become bigger, and smaller ones gone bust. The price cap has obviously been raised too high so the big companies can make excessive profit. And the politicians want their share of that profit via a windfall tax, (plus the extra corporation tax, green tax & VAT) which they can then redistribute some of back to us customers (whose money it was anyway) and make out how generous they are to us (in time for the next election). 
     
    But wouldn't this all be solved much easier, and keep more power with the ordinary people,  by having a lower price cap, avoiding excessive profits, and calculating it more often eg monthly to help smaller companies? We could keep more money with the customers rather than sending it on a merry-go-round to the big companies, and the govt, then a bit of it back to us?  And doesn't the current system favour big companies over small ones, making it clear that there's no free market here? 

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  13. Alabama town disbands police department after officer's slavery text surfaces. 

    VINCENT, Ala. – A racist text message sent by a police officer has prompted officials in a small Alabama town to disband their police department and fire the police chief and assistant chief.

    Vincent Mayor James Latimore confirmed that Police Chief James Srygley and Assistant Chief John L. Goss had been dismissed, al.com reported.

    The Shelby County Sheriff's Office condemned the two officers' actions and said Friday that it stands with the city "in providing emergency law enforcement related service to the citizens (of Vincent) at this time."

    https://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2022/08/08/alabama-town-police-department-slavery-text/10263636002/

     

    I dunno if this story's been posted elsewhere. I had to check it on other sites too because it sounded like a hoax at first. But disbanding the whole town's police because of 1 text ... this is how crazy it's getting now. 

  14. "Tea. A much older term for marijuana, made popular dating back from the 1930's. today it is considered obsolete and a great way to cover up what you're REALLY talking about."

    Urban Dictionary. 

  15. 14 hours ago, Morpheus said:

    Just to add to this, the report from iron mountain compiled in the 50's, which essentially concluded that it was not in interests of the US to seek complete world peace. Funny that...... 

     

    And "not world peace" is what we got. After WW2 we got: 

    * Cold War (including proxy wars like Korea, Vietnam etc). 

    * War on Drugs. 

    * Terrorism and it's antithesis the War on Terror. 

    * Now, we're in a new phase with multiple but connected threats like pandemics, Ukraine, economic depression, climate crisis, Chinese aggression. We're up to world war 6 by my count. 

     

     

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  16. "Christ" literally means someone who's been anointed, and British monarchs are anointed by the Archbishop with holy chrism at their coronation - for Elizabeth this part of the ritual was considered too holy to film and if memory serves they screened her off - so in theory they're all Christs. 

     

    Come to think of it, wasn't I anointed by the Bishop at my confirmation when I was a young lad? Flippin eck...

  17. Yeah, crop rotation, pests & diseases is a big issue. I don't expect perennial to mean decades: perhaps a few years is more realistic. And my local area, soil type etc will affect which pests & diseases are a problem. 
       
    Potatoes are a mainstay for growing calories to store over winter, tho I have limited space so tend to grow higher value crops like tomatoes in the potato section of my rotation.  It's occurred to me that as well as food, having control of a supply of healthy drinking water is equally important. 

     

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  18. On 8/2/2022 at 6:51 PM, Grumpy Grapes said:

     

    What if the energy companies' top executives are just as much part of TPTB as the govt which is taxing them? After all, they'll only be taxed on the super-profits made after they've been exploiting the massive price hikes. So it would be just a transfer of wealth across two sides of TPTB, but which originates from us ordinary folks. 

  19. On 8/3/2022 at 11:22 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

    I would rather say European or Ethnic European than white, but they seem synonymous.

     

    Greeks and Romans were discussing an identity, but it was in contrast to Libyans (North Africans) and Asians (Middle Easterners).

    https://thuletide.wordpress.com/2020/12/07/race-ethnicity-and-racism-in-greco-roman-society/

     

    Thanks for the link EW it's a good read. I got the 17th C. reference from wikipedia, I should have known better than to trust that, as obviously a highly biased source. I cancelled my monthly donation to them a while back, but haven't yet done the extra research needed. 

    Re: white vs Ethnic European, the vocab we use for personal identity is all part of this. I used 'white' as it's commonly used although it's obviously not literally true.  But the MSM don't encourage us to think for ourselves about this; where for example do the racial categories come from which are used in censuses, surveys, HR systems etc? How can I research that too to look for political bias? 

     

    On 8/3/2022 at 11:22 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

    It's natural for people to be tribal, but elites encourage all the worst aspects of tribalism. One group is shamed into not having in-group preference too.

     

    Yeah, tribalism (or community to use a gentler term) can be manipulated if we're not spirituality/emotionally mature enough; or a source of great strength and support if we have a little wisdom. And no doubt the elite see themselves as a superior but secret tribe ruling over us little people in the exoteric world.

      

    I wonder how the cult leaders deal with dissent and competition in their own ranks? A group of such ruthless and nasty people can hardly be trustworthy even to themselves can they? There must be an iron rule of discipline to avoid civil war within their ranks. 

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  20. On 12/29/2021 at 3:55 PM, RobSS said:

    Skin colour offers no clue as to the character or the quality of the person underneath, so to believe white people are superior to black people (or vice versa) is ridiculous, and a sign of inner insecurity over personal identity.

     


    One of my (slowly) ongoing projects is to research the history of racial identity to understand how and why it all began, who were the protagonists in it, and what varieties have existed. So far I've discovered that in Northwest Europe at least, race wasn't much used as an identity until the mid 18th century, for reasons which aren't yet clear to me (people were well aware of the existence of other human cultures and forms, and had experienced many wars and conflicts with them). But at a point when the European elites were expanding their empires, racial identification began to be encouraged along with a variety of judgements such as moral, intellectual and religious. In fact this was the 'age of enlightenment' which saw an end to the 'age of faith', so maybe race was provided as a replacement for religious identity.  
      
    I'm beginning to see signs of patterns where increased racial identity is coexisting with increasing conflict, discord and power broking. It could be that these are psychologically related, as in people seeking shelter in numbers within tribal communities, when they perceive existential threats. Or it could be that we are all being played and manipulated by agents who understand very well which buttons to press to achieve the goals in their agenda. 
      
    Clearly my thinking is at an early stage and still a bit muddled and unstructured. But I thought I'd put it on the table as it may help if we can examine the issues from a broader historical perspective. Not that it's easy to find good quality unbiased sources of information. Hopefully some folks here can help me with this and save me from reinventing the wheel! 

     

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  21. 1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    26/07/2022

    To dislike certain ethnicities is racist; to see Jews as equal is antisemitic
    https://blogs.timesofisrael.com/to-dislike-certain-ethnicities-is-racist-to-see-jews-as-equal-is-antisemitic/

     

    It's just hard work, no nepotism or double standards or anything! 😉

     

    Another quote from the article: 

     

    " Judaism laid much of the foundation of all Monotheism (One G^d), Science (One Universe), and Democracy (Equality) in the world. That’s why hatred of Jews is the ultimate ungratefulness, throwing mud on Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Einstein, and Herzl. And therefore, the Holocaust doesn’t compare to any other genocide, Armenian included—though they are all horrific." 

     

    So monotheism appears to be the foundation stone of the idea of their uniqueness, to this author. I've read a little history of the Jews' progression from polytheistic Canaanite tribe to monotheists with a separate identity, and this wiki article on Monotheism gives a summary: 

     

    " Judaism is traditionally considered one of the oldest monotheistic religions in the world, although in the 8th century BCE the Israelites were polytheistic, with their worship including the gods El, Baal, Asherah, and Astarte. Yahweh was originally the national god of the Kingdom of Israel and the Kingdom of Judah.  During the 8th century BCE, the worship of Yahweh in Israel was in competition with many other cults, described by the Yahwist faction collectively as Baals. The oldest books of the Hebrew Bible reflect this competition, as in the books of Hosea and Nahum, whose authors lament the "apostasy" of the people of Israel, threatening them with the wrath of God if they do not give up their polytheistic cults. 

    As time progressed, the henotheistic cult of Yahweh grew increasingly militant in its opposition to the worship of other gods. Later, the reforms of King Josiah imposed a form of strict monolatrism. After the fall of Judah and the beginning of the Babylonian captivity, a small circle of priests and scribes gathered around the exiled royal court, where they first developed the concept of Yahweh as the sole God of the world.

     Second Temple Judaism and later Rabbinic Judaism became strictly monotheistic. The Babylonian Talmud references other, "foreign gods" as non-existent entities to whom humans mistakenly ascribe reality and power." 


    This gives me the distinct impression that monotheism wasn't a grassroots movement of the ordinary people but imposed by the rulers on the people. However I'm sure there's a lot more detail to this so I'll leave it there. 

     

    My own view is that monotheism doesn't  come naturally to many of us and  needs authority structures like temples and churches to prop it up. In which case, the belief in uniqueness would be a creation of their society's PTB in those historical times,  rather than coming from the ordinary people. 

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