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  1. Hi Mr H. How do you contact or travel to the 8th dimension to consult the Akashic records? How many dimensions are there altogether and what are they all for? Who teaches you this stuff, is there school for teaching it? Cheers, Champion.
  2. Yes, Yahweh was originally one of the Canaanite pantheon so was what is now called pagan, and Yahwhism only gradually developed into monotheism. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canaanite_religion https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yahwism
  3. Yup, what globalism does not mean is the leftists going to the the poor countries where the migrants are coming from, and solving the problems over there. For their agenda of destroying western civilisation to work they need a constant flow of migrants over here, and us feeling so much white guilt we don't object nor value ourselves enough to increase our birth rate.
  4. I haven't had time to watch the video yet, but i wonder why someone like him would come out and confess to a big conspiracy like this? It seems so unlikely, perhaps it's a misdirection and Trump is really an ally.
  5. Imo eggs came before chickens, there were many species which reproduced with eggs long before chickens evolved, eg reptiles like dinosaurs. Or am I missing the point here?
  6. I agree, whatever happened to the presumption of innocence? Some towns also have incinerators which burn the non-recyclable rubbish safely and generate some power to boot. The only landfill needed is the residual ash. Another thought just occurred to me. Plastic is demonised because it takes so long to break down in the land. But it's made from crude oil which is millions of years old and hasn't broken down any further than being crude oil in all that time. Crude is pretty toxic to wildlife too, but no-one's saying it's an environmental crisis, as long as it stays in the ground. So what's bad about burying waste plastic deep underground too, away from the water course, if you don't want to burn it?
  7. Religions are also imperialist and competitive against each other. For example Christian churches are banned in Saudi, and evangelism banned in Israel. Monotheist attack pagans, Hindus vs Muslims in the Indian subcontinent etc. And now the new religion of corporate-marxism is just doing the same thing, wanting to discredit, destroy and take over from the old world order to create the NWO.
  8. When you look at footage from the early days their concerts were full of young girls screaming so loud the music gets drowned out, like they were under some kind of spell or mass hypnosis so the involvement of the Tavistock Institute makes sense Some other boy band concerts were like that too, such as Elvis. I used to think of it as innocent teenage crushes, but perhaps it was all part of the agenda to break the traditional taboos on sex before marriage, and by extension, family values, in the West.
  9. Hell is a place of fire and brimstone, and it's Satan's home according to the mainstream tradition. So I doubt if a lake of fire will be much of a problem for him. Perhaps it'll be like exiling him away from this worldly dimension in the same tradition as the demons in modern literature - eg Sauron, Brona, Voldemort.
  10. Are you an Odinist or Heathen? I've been looking into Heathenism lately, it seems a great religion. Afaik Odin is the chief God in that pantheon although the Goddesses are equally revered.
  11. Hmm, I thought there was supposed to be a shortage of wood according to the building trade, along with other materials they use. In any case, plastic cutlery is more reusable than wood because wooden spoons and forks tend to flatten out in my experience. I've started carrying a metal long handled teaspoon with me in my manbag which is quite versatile for drinks and fast food when I'm out and about.
  12. Also the Commons idea of housing owned communally rather than privately by families sounds rather like a scaled-down version of council estates, which fits in with the reset principle of "you will own nothing ..." without a money back guarantee if you're not happy of course!
  13. Very true, when were we ever asked if we wanted to replace our traditional materials with plastic? A lot of it happened in my lifetime too. The corporations go ahead with these things and then we're expected to have a guilt trip and pay green taxes to clean up their mess.
  14. It depends on what the immigration is intended to achieve! If "working" means to create a deracinated multicultural melting pot then yes it does work. But if it's to solve economic problems and skills shortages, it doesn't have a good record. Sweden is in the EU so it can have unlimited workers from other EU countries. Plus it's had mass immigration from outside the EU too. Yeah it'll be interesting to see what's the reaction to this from the usual institutions like EU govt, court of human rights etc.
  15. Imperialism is a huge subject in itself, but at least MFA Russia (is it an official channel?) has the sense to blame it on London and not all of us Brits like most of the other anti-whites. They should try iterating their own thought one more time, and start asking who is colonising London itself? Keep going and find out (if they don't already know) who are the actual colonisers of decent minded ethnic peoples. What's that saying about if a fool persists in his folly he becomes wise
  16. I agree, but it'll never happen because the whole point of this rainbow alliance (for want of a better name) is to be an amorphous movement which infiltrates the existing institutions and take them over from within. That corrupted set of institutions then becomes "their" party by default, including both "sides" of the mainstream politics. If they created a separate party they'd be in opposition to everyone else within a system that has huge barriers for new parties. In this way the puppet masters of the woke movement have a dialectic which gains control of the whole mainstream society. The challenge I'm in is to find organisations to work with on the dissenting fringes which are still free of the puppet master's control.
  17. Changing reality through beliefs and human willpower is a good definition of magic and what those people doing rituals and spells are trying to effect. Both white and black magic are global phenomena throughout history, so at the very least this is a common idea throughout human societies everywhere. It also appears in New Age spirituality with memes such as 'you create your own reality', 'the law of attraction', etc. Also, reading this thread has just joined up this "dot" with another more modern "dot" of postmodernism for me. Postmodern posits the idea that language is at the root of all human knowledge and that even hard science is essentially a language game and can therefore be classified as relative truth, that's only true within its own language - ie belief system and culture. This sounds very much like a reworking of the same idea, rooted in philosophical idealism, that mind is more fundamental to reality than matter. So postmodernism is just a new variant on the ancient idea of magic. In any case, I keep (unsuccessfully) trying to wean myself off using the word "reality" because it's so vague and slippery. How do you define "reality" in the first place, before deciding whether we can change it? That also entails defining the "you" which is experiencing reality, and what's the relationship between them? And it's the distinction between you and reality that needs examining. After all, if "I am reality" as mystics would suggest, then there's no problem in changing reality. Or if I'm separate from reality then it raises this issue of how to change reality, but how can there be anything else outside of reality? Or if I'm not "real" then everything in my mind is imagination and this whole discussion is make-believe. So to deal with this whole philosophical can of worms, most of us for everyday life use a split reality between the physical and the mental. A dualistic belief, a split between mind and matter, which then raises the issue of how does one affect the other. You see, it's not just sexy stuff like can I levitate something off the table by an act of will (like a spell in Harry Potter), but on everyday life such as, how does the mind relate to the brain? Does the physical structure of the brain create consciousness, or is it the other way round and consciousness creates the brain?
  18. Yes it's so extreme they're not only teaching their kids to hate, but also giving them military training, the whole thing looks like a mass cult indoctrination which of course works better on children. And like any good dialectic it works both ways: as well as indoctrinating their own population it's designed to create a reaction over here too and make us more afraid.
  19. So I've had to go to wiki, if you value that source it goes into some more detail. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genesis_creation_narrative The Genesis creation narrative is the creation myth[a] of both Judaism and Christianity.[1] The narrative is made up of two stories, roughly equivalent to the first two chapters of the Book of Genesis. In the first, Elohim (the Hebrew generic word for god) creates the heavens and the Earth in six days, then rests on, blesses, and sanctifies the seventh (i.e. the Biblical Sabbath). In the second story God (now referred to by the personal name Yahweh) creates Adam, the first man, from dust and places him in the Garden of Eden. There he is given dominion over the animals. Eve, the first woman, is created from Adam's rib as his companion. The authors of the Hebrew creation narrative borrowed themes from Mesopotamian mythology, but adapted them to their unique belief in one God.[2] The first major comprehensive draft of the Pentateuch (the series of five books which begins with Genesis and ends with Deuteronomy) is thought to have been composed in the late 7th or the 6th century BCE (the Jahwist source) and was later expanded by other authors (the Priestly source) into a work very like Genesis as known today.[3] The two sources can be identified in the creation narrative: Priestly and Jahwistic.[4] The combined narrative is a critique of the Mesopotamian theology of creation: Genesis affirms monotheism and denies polytheism.[5] Robert Alter described the combined narrative as "compelling in its archetypal character, its adaptation of myth to monotheistic ends".[6] Scholarly writings frequently refer to Genesis as myth, for while the author of Genesis 1–11 "demythologised" his narrative by removing the Babylonian myths and those elements which did not fit with his own faith, it remains a myth in the sense of being a story of origins.[7]
  20. I've heard on several random theology sites, tho I can't find the refs, that Genesis actually has two creation stories mashed up into one. So it's based on a collection of earlier creation myths and I should know better than trying to read a consistent storyline into it. Having said that, there's some good wisdom around in ancient scriptures if we're willing to pick out the good bits.
  21. Thanks, it's good to have these reminders that everyone is a mixture of cooperation and competition. It's in our DNA. If it's not one ethnic or national group trying to take us down it'll be another, even the ones we trade with and put on a friendly mask. It's why I don't go along with those truthers who blame all conspiracy on a single group, and then get called out for being haters. We do need strong bonds with our folk who we can build a community with, bearing in mind that competition exists everywhere except in close family, if you're lucky. Blood is thicker than water. One of my future projects is to learn some game theory and put these ideas on a firmer intellectual footing.
  22. Strange that they've got this far with the project and gone public before knowing where the money's coming from. If it's being funded privately, then what would motivate anyone to donate their own money to a bunch of strangers, unless there was a payback. Come to think of it, what's the payback for the govt too? Just "observing how they live" is very vague, you don't spend millions like this without a well planned business case.
  23. Sorry this is a tangent but I've always wondered who Adam & Eve's children married, without committing incest. Did God create other families who aren't mentioned in Genesis? In which case it's not telling us the whole truth. Unless I'm missing something, I haven't read all of Genesis for a while.
  24. Yes of course it is, now that the internet is overcrowded with content its a competition to get your attention, your eyeballs on their screen instead of someone else's. They can't afford expensive good quality content when they're competing with social media. And we're not the real customers, the advertisers are because they're paying for it all, it's not a free lunch. As the saying goes, when the product is free, you're the product.
  25. That's a lot more than they pay pensioners and they're talking about increasing the pension age! This looks like a very generous carrot to get the idea of ubi accepted, then when it comes in it will be much less to keep us in a scarcity mindset.
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