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  1. 7 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

    Music's royalty ;


    - Mother of the Blues

    - Godfather of Punk

    - King of Soul

    - Queen of Gypsy Music

    - Crystal Voice of Asia

    - King of New Jack Swing

    - Diva of Banda

    - First Lady of Corrido

    - King of Motown

    - Father of Country Music

    - Golden Girl

    - Queen of Latin Pop

    - Mozart of Madras

    - King of Folk

    - Queen of Afro Beats

    - Godfather of Death Metal

    - President of Culture

    - Empress of the Blues

    - First Tycoon of Teen

    - Queen of Disco

    - Mr. Excitement

    - Queen of Shock Rock

    - Daddy of Rock and Roll

    - King of Rock and Roll


    And one "Boss" 😁 




    Duke Ellington 

    Lady Gaga 

    God (Eric Clapton) 

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  2. Beeb are saying whooping cough (aka 100 day cough) is on the rise and requiring vaxx and antibiotics. 


    "Whooping cough: Warning over rise in cases in England
    7 March 2024 

    By Michelle Roberts
    Digital health editor
    There is a worrying rise in whooping cough, officials warn, external, with 553 cases in England recorded in January alone and high numbers in Wales.

    They fear it could be a bumper year for the bacterial infection. The last peak year, 2016, saw 5,949 cases in England.

    Known as pertussis or "100-day cough", the infection can be particularly serious for babies and infants.

    And The UK Health Security Agency warns of a steady decline in uptake of the vaccine in pregnant women and children.



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  3. 1 hour ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

    " Nobody knows whether our personalities pass on to another existence or sphere, but if we can evolve an instrument so delicate as to be manipulated by our personality as it survives in the next life, such an instrument ought to record something"


    - Thomas Edison 1928


    There was someone who tried weighing the souls of people as they died and came up with a figure of 21 grams - although as you may expect it's disputed science. 



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  4. 13 minutes ago, atenea said:

    Because everything has its own consciousness, including the particle?🤔


    Oh dear ... so does that mean I don't exist either unless someone else observes me 😅  Perhaps the difference is that I can observe myself and a simple particle like an electron has consciousness but not self-consciousness. I dunno what happens when I fall into a dreamless sleep though! 

    Bishop Berkeley solves the problem by saying that an omniscient God observes everything anyway and keeps the universe sustained and existing. But then again, if there's no-one observing God, does he still exist?  Perhaps God's self-awareness is permanently switched on - or at least has been since the big bang. 



  5. 4 hours ago, Wakiza said:

    Particles in determined states, such as specific locations, don't seem to exist unless you actually observe or measure them. Isn't this a example of a simulation?


    I've always wondered how the particle knows it's being observed in order for the wave function to collapse and its position to be measured.  We normally observe something by bouncing a wave or particle off it, like shining a light on it. But the universe is full of photons and other particles moving around so how does our particle know that the impact is coming from a human observer rather than just any old one? 

  6. 6 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    The Secret Dealings of Israel and Iran

    The $240 Billion Weapons Trade and How Iran Funded Settlements in the West Bank



    Thanks EW, this puts the Oliver North / Iran-Contra dealings (which I remember) into a whole new context. When the mask slips we can see that our friends and enemies aren't always who we were told. 

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  7. 3 hours ago, Mr H said:

    One thing i have noticed more and more as my technical analysis advances. Is that, you can actually fortell news events from the charts.


    I suspect the news and the money markets are more deeply intertwined than first thought.


    It's like literally the chart pattern will say we have to.go down soon. But there's no reason. Then magically there's a news event that takes the price down. Happens in reverse too, and this happens often.


    I'm going to start paying more attention to this going forwards as it's really fascinating.


    Show me the charts and I'll tell you the news a very real adage.


    Yes this makes a lot of sense but the devil in the detail is getting the timing right; when to buy and sell so you make a better profit than just holding long-term or whichever other strategy you can follow. 

  8. 7 hours ago, RobinJ said:

    He is right about it being the womans choice though. Govt should not be involved at all.

    I wonder, for example, if govt suddenly announced men had to be castrated or banned from having any sex by choice,  whether they would have something to say about it....

    Seems to be ok to interfere with women and their choices but nothing is ever directed at men.


    If you were suddenly put in a womans body and subsequently put in a difficult position re a pregnancy, then the govt said " you have no choice, the choice is ours to make for you regarding your life and the child's "

    how would you feel about it?

    Its easy to make judgements when its not you in that position. 


    Ok but if you're saying the govt shouldn't be involved at all then the whole topic becomes 100% privatised and there's no regulation, no NHS abortions, GPs don't discuss it, no public funding for counselling the women etc. Anyone who can't afford to go private will be left with back-street abortions (not illegal because there's no government input). Obviously that's going to the opposite extreme and unrealistic, but if we want to have some govt safety net and public funding there will be strings attached. 

  9. Back in the 80s I knew a geologist who told me that they already knew about oil in Antarctica but it was being kept secret from the public, because it was supposed to be a protected area. So this isn't a new discovery but most likely the ptb have decided the time is right to public with it, and for good measure are incorporating it into the geopolitical conflict between Russia and the West. 

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  10. 10 hours ago, webtrekker said:

    I remember long ago being interested in certain aspects of Game Theory while developing code for some computer board games and came across 'The Prisoner's Dilemma.'


    Various strategies, including: TIT FOR TAT, TIT FOR TWO TATS and TWO TITS FOR A TAT were put forward as solutions. Here is a short description ...


    Thanks webtrekker, Game Theory makes interesting reading especially how it can be applied to real-life situations like how to deal with the climate change agenda, or doing trade deals. And how to cooperate vs compete with other people generally. 

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  11. 33 minutes ago, Just Another Simulation said:


    Man, I'm glad I'm not a member of one of those religions.  I can see the attraction for Jews in having a prophecy about their God promising them a homeland, but it puts the others in a conundrum. Their religions (Christianity and Islam etc) include in their scriptures the tribal lore of a different people to them, which promotes the interests of that other tribe, and creates a kind of conflict of interest in their relations with that tribe. The Palestinians for instance have an instinctive urge to protect their own lands, yet if they reject the Israeli claim to the same land, they're undermining the prophets which their own religion (and therefore identity) is founded on too. It's so much easier to stick with your own Gods 🙂 


    "But ignoring God's care and protection of Israel is extremely dangerous. The land of Israel is so important to God that, according to Deuteronomy 11:12, it is "a land for which the Lord your God cares; the eyes of the Lord your God are always on it, from the beginning of the year to the very end of the year."   "

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  12. 2 hours ago, shabbirss said:

    yea ok,it does seem like the UN set up this whole problem without enforcing the neutral zone properly, as well as the proposed borders of Israel and Palestine. 


    I don't blame the ordinary people of Israel and Palestine, I'm beginning to think this whole situation was set up from the start as a perpetual conflict zone which won't achieve peace until the overlords decide the time is right. It's like a global psyop keeping us all in a state of choosing sides in the multipolar power plays, with wars in the middle east and the backlash terrorism. 

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  13. On 5/9/2024 at 4:29 PM, shabbirss said:

    the holy lands are an important site to 3 major religions
    so the best thing for everyone is for no side to control it ;
    a neutral area controlled by a 3rd neutral force: eg the UN
    after watching that video i linked, according to the history,
    the Jews / Israel agreed to this neutral option while the arabs surrounding the area did not agree
    and it was the surrounding arabs who first launched the attacks against israel.

    this is why my opinion has changed, because Israel chose an option that was best for everyone
    while the arabs did not choose this peaceful, neutral zone option.



    By 'the holy land' we usually mean the whole of Israel + Palestine, but you seem to mean just Jerusalem here as far as I can see. In that case, yes the UN partition plan was for Jerusalem to be a neutral area but I don't think the UN ever provided for any security or governance after the British mandate finished so it was just an aspiration without any substance. 


    I can understand Israel temporarily occupying land during the conflicts you mention of 1948, 1967 etc but they have no right to continue to occupy Palestinian (or Syrian land for that matter) that was was not assigned to Israel in the partition plan. If they still respect the plan, which was the basis of the new states of Israel and Palestine being set up. If they want to hold the moral high ground, shouldn't they withdraw to the borders in the plan in the wiki page below and let Palestine have their share of the land free of interference? Or if not, we're back to square one and the partition plan is finished. 



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  14. 1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    A demoralized third-wordist brain ends up following all kinds of slimy Eurasianist demoralization agents like Andrew Tate, that call white men cucks for not having enough kids, and they imply that we should just give up and convert to Islam. It's bullshit. Nobody asked to be in a breeding contest. We should be deporting people instead.


    Indeed. But a breeding contest is exactly what the ptb have put us into because they want us (ordinary folks) looking down and competing against each other instead of looking up at them. Of course they're not going to ask for our permission to carry out their agenda, but when enough people start noticing they just make vague promises which never materialise (eg with the Tories on limiting immigration). Not only do they have no intention of deporting people, they also have no intention of controlling the borders, instead they waffle on about how hard it is at the same time as sending our military capability (which could do the job) abroad to the middle east and Ukraine, creating more migrants in the process. 


    Alternative commentators like David Icke rightly stress the importance of exposing information about the agendas, but it still remains at an atomised individualistic level which hasn't generated the groundswell to make a serious challenge yet, apart from giving them an excuse to ramp up on censorship and containment. I'm of the view that we need to re-member our communities (tribes) to create a bulwark against oppression, but how to do that without being infiltrated and subverted is the issue. 


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  15. 51 minutes ago, shabbirss said:

    if its true, i see no reason why israel should not get it all.
    and its so easy for the arabs to make a plan to take the palestinians in.

    Judaism came first then Christianity then Islam.
    Christianity had its days of the Byzantine Ruling
    Islam had its days with the Caliphates Ruling

    If i had any say i would give Israel (all of it) to the Jews and let them live in Peace
    but keep Jerusalem itself as a neutral place for everyone


    I don't get your logic ... the first ones there get it all to themselves?  In that case the Pagans should get it 😉 

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  16. 2 hours ago, bryan said:

    So we have two experts on geopolitics, both endorsed by the David Icke community.


    The first expert describes how, during the war in Syria, the CIA were the good guys.


    The second expert describes how, during the same war in Syria, the CIA were the bad guys.


    Can they both be right?


    I'm willing to stick my neck out and say that one of them must be wrong.


    Are there people here who believe that the CIA can be the good guys and the bad guys at the same time?


    Hi Bryan, I don't know which experts you're referring to but it doesn't surprise me in the least that spooks like the CIA present different faces to different people as they are masters of deception and double speak. 


    I saw story about Anthony Blunt today, the MI5 spy who was a double agent for Russia and was linked with secret societies like the Cambridge Apostles and the Amici fraternity. It turns out he was also probably spying for the Nazis in WW2 and facing opposite ways. What's the common thread when we see apparently contradictory information like this? Maybe there's a puppet master working higher up the pyramid than individual countries, or maybe it's that both cases are actually serving the same end of causing disruption and damage to traditional native European civilisation. 






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  17. 2 minutes ago, shabbirss said:

    from what i seen so far, interestingly, its older generation that are picking sides

    gen z is like on the humanity wave


    What's a humanity wave?  I'm a boomer generation (ie older 😅 ) but I'm a little Englander and think we should be neutral, ie just contribute to humanitarian aid but keep out of the middle east and stop calling either side allies or terrorists etc. 

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  18. 3 hours ago, wagdog19 said:

    Although not classed as MAM, Al Jazeera has been banned in Israel as of today.

    They're panicking...🤣


    Could be a coincidence but I tuned into Al Jazeera briefly yesterday and they were reporting on a story about Turkey starting to boycott trade with Israel. Their channel is practically 24/7 about Gaza at the moment. 



  19. 3 hours ago, pi3141 said:

    All these texts have been corrupted. I would say Islam is corrupted with the hadith, their Pilgrimages to Mecca, throwing stones at the devil, their Black Stone - this is all pagan superstitious nonsense and Islam is just as infected with it as Christianity and Judaism.


    But how is all that any more superstitious than praying to God or any of the other rituals associated with a regular religious service? 

  20. 6 hours ago, WJ 777 said:

    Try contacting the author of the article


    I don't belong to Quora, there's plenty of religious discussion here. I was just wondering if you agree with him. Anyway his article seems aimed at people already in the Christian churches, not someone like me who's a Pagan outside them. Half of the things he mentions aren't specifically Pagan anyway like demons, zombies, vampires, ghosts and crystals.  

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  21. 1 hour ago, WJ 777 said:

    The following is from Quora:




    What does “vexation of the spirit mean” according to the Bible?


    “A vexation of the spirit is a suppression of the Spiritual guidance of the Holy Spirit and is a trial that causes one to question their faith or draw them away from their faith in God through Christ Jesus.



    This could be temptations to sin, financial difficulties, losing a loved one, persecution, mockery and denigration of that faith, or any number of other things that cause emotional and spiritual pain to a believer.


    On the part of the believer it could mean that you are vexing the Spirit, that you received when you confessed Christ and came to believe, through succumbing to temptations, engaging in actions that are borderline sinful- such as pagan practices such as Ouija boards, crystals, spirit consultation, medium consultation, or even deluding yourself with such things as romanticized imagery of vampires, zombies, devils, demons, ghosts, magic use, tarot cards, and any other things that is directly against the things that God has Commanded.


    Jesus said, ‘one cannot eat at the same table as God and demons’ and ‘One cannot serve both God and Mammon’. So, anything that would cause such a conflict within oneself would be considered a ‘vexation of the spirit’.


    I hope, in Christ, that this helped.
    Christ Jesus is Lord forever.”




    How many positive or negative news sources are distractions from prayer life?
    How do you protect yourself from this poison? 
    Spiritual Traps & Divisive Propaganda


    Thanks WJ, what's your take on this, is it your thoughts after the part in quotes? 


    I've no quarrel with Christian churches if they respect my freedom of religion, but this looks to be quite combative and critical of things which others may value in their spirituality, which he generalises as 'paganism'. 


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