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  1. I've come across modern day channelers too who receive teachings from ascended masters or other spiritual teachers in the astral realms. It's rather like mediumship. But I can't see any essential difference between that and Biblical (or Koranic) prophets receiving revelations from angels or beings who they call God/ the Holy Spirit etc. At the end of the day it's creating a movement where a few people (prophets and priests who have and interpret the revelations) have control over the masses who don't have direct access to these teachings but are expected to be passive consumers. That's why I gravitate towards spirituality which allows direct experience, such as meditation - and perhaps explains the recent popularity of things like the charismatic movement in Christianity.
  2. I don't think there's any such thing as a Western high elite: rather there's a global elite consisting of a network of elite families who have no loyalty to any particular area. Western and Eastern elites do exist but are lower down the pecking order, and don't control who colonises who, or who migrates where. Looking at the population trends, it's not the west colonising the east, or the south, but the other way round. Who is the British Prime Minister, a westerner, an easterner, or someone else entirely like a global multiculturalist?
  3. Indian government to activate digital ID at birth "The Indian government is working to expand its ‘Aadhaar’ digital ID scheme by assigning unique identification numbers to citizens at the time their birth is registered. Sixteen states in India currently link Aadhaar ID numbers to birth registrations. The Indian government’s plan to expand the programme means that all 28 states could start issuing Aadhaar digital ID cards at the same time as birth certificates in the coming months. First introduced by the government in 2009, Aadhaar cards – each of which features a unique 12-digit number – were officially rolled out by Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister, in 2014. The cards are used by enrolled citizens to apply for jobs and book railway tickets, for example, and contain data that are used by government to prioritise and economise welfare services." https://www.globalgovernmentforum.com/indian-government-to-activate-digital-id-at-birth/ There's nothing new about having digital ID numbers of course, we've had National Insurance numbers for a long time. But will it become compulsory to use your digital ID for basic purchases like train tickets so they can control freedom of movement?
  4. It's also an underhand way rubbing our faces in the fact that we don't actually pick our PMs as all those people are Americans who vote for their President. Why on earth would we want a globalist technocratic oligarch to be our leader anyway! His choice of candidates says more about him than us.
  5. I learned from one of Lyall Watson's books, The Romeo Error I think, that death is the price we pay for sex. Having our species divided into male and female for the sake of more efficient evolution (with sex as a motivation) means that we all have a unique identity which is lost at death. Species which are unified and genderless like bacteria procreate by cloning themselves and the whole colony is essentially the same individual copied thousands of times, therefore the identity is effectively immortal. Apart from the occasional deviation of random variations in the DNA sequence which provides for evolution.
  6. Amen = Amun = Egyptian God perhaps? At least that's one version of the etymology of "Amen". Etymology 3 Proper noun Amen Alternative form of Amun (Wiktionary) In that case all those Christians are invoking an Egyptian pagan God every time they say "Amen" at the end of their prayers
  7. The Templar Revelation has a theory on the Lords' Prayer and Sermon on the Mount, that they originated in Egyptian religion and travelled via John the Baptist's movement (ie Gnosticism of which Jesus was a member) on to Jesus. In which case the Gospel versions were not the original. P. 406. "As long ago as the nineteenth century the great Egyptologist Sir E.A Wallis Budge noted the origins of the opening of the 'Lord's Prayer': an ancient Egyptian prayer to Osiris-Amon begins 'Amon, Amon who art in heaven ...' Clearly this predated both John and Jesus by centuries, and the 'Lord' who is invoked in the prayer is neither Yahweh nor his alleged son, Jesus. So in any case, the 'Lord's Prayer' was not composed by Jesus. " P 451. "As we have seen with the Lord's Prayer, the most familiar - and well-loved - words of Jesus are also, ironically, the most open to question. 'Our Father who art in Heaven' was not a form of words that was invented by Jesus; it seems that John the Baptist was also using them at the time and, in any case they originated in prayers to Osiris-Amon. So it is with the Sermon on the Mount - as Bamber Gascoigne says in his The Christians, 'Nothing in the Sermon on the Mount is exclusively original to Christ.' They go on to build a theory that the Mandaeans, Cathars, Templars and later on the Freemasons represent a continuation of John the Baptist's Gnostic religion, itself a development of the Egyptian mystery religion of Osiris, Amon & Isis. Heady stuff and controversial amongst scholars no doubt, but as good a theory as I've come across anyway.
  8. At one time I believe they needed a warrant signed by the Home Secretary to do surveillance on people. I remember an episode of Frasier when Frasier overheard his father Martin talking and is accusing him of something (I forget what). His dad just shouts back "Inadmissable! Inadmissable!". I would try the same if Tescos tried anything on me.
  9. I've got a lot of sympathy for this theory, although in Christianity's case the mystery religion is also mixed up with rehashed Judaism. I'd like to know more about the origins of Egyptian mystery religion, if there's surviving historical records of it.
  10. Not only did the perpetrators receive soft sentences, there was just a passing mention of the racial slur* buy apparently it wasn't classed as a racially motivated attack, despite the racial hate speech being used. If it was the other way round what would the headlines say? This is yet more evidence of anti-white racism in the media and courts. * Judge: "He was minding his own business and someone in your group decided that he wasn't welcome where you were and made a racist remark to him. You two joined in, and neither of you had to. What then followed was a serious and sustained assault that both of you took part in."
  11. It also subsidises black market companies who don't pay the minimum wage and employ migrant workers who have less choice where to work, thereby making them more competitive relative to legal companies. I also heard a similar story about call centres in India (working for offshoring Western companies) hoovering up lots of graduates because of the high salaries relative to local industries. There's a trend of large global corporates taking over from locally owned family businesses, meaning that even when us locals spend our money in our own areas, there's a proportion of the profits being creamed off to the financial hubs which could be anywhere in the world. Many well known 'brands' are just names owned by global conglomerates.
  12. So they're saying that strongly opposing being occupied, enslaved and dominated by a ruthless empire means you're a fanatic? Some things don't change! Call me a fanatic cos I want our independence from the globalist Illuminati empire. BTW I looked up fanatic: "First attested in 1525. From Latin fānāticus (“of a temple, divinely inspired, frenzied”), from fānum (“temple”). "
  13. NLP has an explanation for this, if you want to believe it. "Eyes move directly to the right side NLP term: Auditory Remembered NLP notation: Ar The brain is accessing a sound or some sort of auditory memory of something the person has heard before." https://www.globalnlptraining.com/blog/how-to-know-how-someone-is-thinking/ That's the same NLP used by sales people to 'read' us and get through our defences.
  14. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8530248/ "Omnivorism is associated with an increased orientation toward social dominance, greater right-wing authoritarianism, and, in line with this, a stronger tendency to be prejudiced. Vegetarianism is associated with greater openness and empathy. The values of vegetarians are based more on universalism, hedonism, stimulation, and self-direction, whereas the values of omnivores are based more on the idea of power. " There's a sense to this all right. When you realise there's an agenda going on it doesn't seem so contradictory. We're being softened up in various ways to hasten the decline of peoples who are more resistant to the globalisation agenda.
  15. Chinese being ‘paid to marry Muslims in plan to wipe out Uyghurs’ "Local authorities are using financial incentives and blackmail to force Uyghurs and members of the Han majority into arranged marriages in China’s western Xinjiang region, according to a report by the Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP), a Washington-based nonprofit. The report draws from official policy documents, social media posts and interviews with Uyghurs abroad. Xinjiang officials have been offering cash rewards as well as housing and education subsidies, jobs and medical cover to Uyghur women willing to marry Han men – as well as reportedly threatening the women that they or their family could end up in internment camps if they refuse. " https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/chinese-being-paid-to-marry-muslims-in-plan-to-wipe-out-uyghurs/ar-AA14bDez Genocide by miscegenation, sounds familiar even if the tactics are different.
  16. Unless they make up the difference by suppressing middle-class salary rises. Combined with 'targeted support for the poorest', it takes us towards the goal of a two-tier society.
  17. So depopulation is not a good thing, but is a symptom of a sick society which has been poisoned by the relentless mind control we are under.
  18. You're quite right that this is the default way of parenting we pick up from society, but there are others. I'm trying to use Therapeutic Parenting and the PACE model with my child but it's like trying to deprogramme myself from the social norms. I believe if we can overcome the guilt, shame and general traumas etc then we will create more well-adjusted families with young people who grow up to like being parents themselves, thus creating a sustainable community. I've known many people who grew up in dysfunctional families (due to a dysfunctional cult controlled society) and did not want to repeat the same mistakes so had none or few children. Leading to the depopulation and mass immigration we have today.
  19. I'm not a Muslim and don't know many so with this caveat here's my tuppence. It seems to me that Islam is a very conservative religion, in that there's lots of rules for the members to follow (including all aspects of life not just religion), and not much flexibility for the individual to decide for themselves. In that respect it's very black and white, you either accept the package as a whole or none of it: you can't pick and choose. I do think Islam needs more critical scholarship to deconstruct the texts and free us from a simplistic literal reading, just as happened with the Bible over the past 200 years or so. Or perhaps this work has been done but needs more publicity for a wider audience. Islam is very dependent on the Koran, as the mainstream belief is that it was literally dictated to Mohammed by the Angel Gabriel; therefore it's fragile because any successful challenge to just one verse of the Koran brings down the whole edifice. Most Muslims aren't ready for a liberal metaphorical interpretation in the way that many Christians are IMO. A dark side to Islam is its imperialism which is not really admitted to. It conquered a large territory and expanded as far as Africa, Europe and India trying to convert us and bring us into their caliphates and they also practised slavery. Many Muslim countries make it difficult for other religions to thrive, especially non-Abrahamic religions like paganism and Buddhism. Do Muslims feel ashamed of their imperial past in the way that Europeans are taught to be?
  20. Being white these days means that standing up for yourself like everyone else does gets you pilloried as an extremist, using your privilege to oppress the non-whites.
  21. Oh dear, you mean all those metropolitans will need to stop eating all that imported food to save on transport emissions? Oh no I forgot it's the BBC they're telling us over-rich westerners to eat less meat & dairy and have more vegan food. For a moment there I thought they would suggest more self-sufficiency but that doesn't fit the global agenda does it.
  22. As they say, everything is connected, it's all one extended system. Low birth rate is one of the western features which Israel doesn't copy. We in the west have been programmed to think that we can't afford to have more children, but when you look at the birth_rate figures, it's the poorest countries which have the highest birth rates. Which is where many of those migrants are coming from.
  23. We give them aid abroad and at home, they must think we've got money to burn and we become a magnet. What do other countries really think about us, our immigration policy and general demographic decline I wonder.
  24. I can't decide whether to get cremated or buried when I die, being a traditionalist I prefer the idea of burial which preserves any evidence as Mac says, though it's more expensive. Reading up about Baal I've learned that the word is more of a title than a name of a particular god, and I've found this sacrifice reference in wiki to Ba'al Hammon: "Rather than the bull, Baʿal Hammon was associated with the ram and depicted with his horns. The archaeological record seems to bear out accusations in Roman sources that the Carthaginians burned their children as human sacrifices to him." Ba'al Hammon was possibly known as the Lord of the Brazier which is another fire connection, and also identified with Saturn. I don't know of a connection with modern cremation but I suppose our recent acceptance of it has occurred alongside the decline in Christianity which mostly opposed it.
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