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  1. Interesting subject and of course the history of late stone age to copper and bronze age civilisations is not settled and has ongoing research. But I think the Indus Valley civilisation is quite a mainstream idea now. One theory is that the Indian caste system dates back to when the Indus people spread east and conquered the local Indian tribes, turning them into the untouchable serf class and themselves to the higher castes (rather like when the Normans conquered the Anglo-Saxons over here). So there were 4 advanced river-based cultures of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Indus Valley and China (yellow & yangtse rivers). Perhaps these were all seeded from an earlier advanced culture as you say, possibly alien / Atlantean (if those are even separate things). https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indus_Valley_Civilisation Also the obelisk thing makes sense now you point it out. Like a lot of this hidden symbolism, once we find out about it, it's obvious and we start seeing it all over the place.
  2. Curious that it's the woman holding the dagger and the man holding the chalice, role reversal? I can believe it goes that far back to Babylon at least, as the symbolism also travelled east to India with the Yoni/Lingam iconography which was explained to me expresses the act of intercourse as viewed the other way round, ie from inside the woman's body.
  3. Who did he say he is? From memory his most frequent phrase (according to the canonical gospels at any rate) is 'Son of Man'. And yet that enigmatic phrase was never seems to get much attention.
  4. Yes I agree about the distortion of scriptures over time, not to mention the issues of translation and changes in meanings over time. Not to mention the sensitive question of whether the original speaker of the words was as wise and enlightened as we like to think - are we putting them on too high a pedestal and hero-worshipping them too much (no offence intended but I'm not a Christian and have to consider that Jesus was an ordinary limited human being). And sure, the "it's not God's will" etc thing looks like they're just trying to make up a story so it fits the scriptures and their world view remains intact. I guess if you do good spiritual practice you will find out your own level of faith. The thing is, there's a whole context around this saying and if we take snippets of text out of context and try to make sense of them in isolation we're likely to miss something. So, was it really meant as a universal teaching for everyone to follow, or just a specific person at that time in history? Looking at the whole of chapter 11, it occurs when Jesus entered Jerusalem with all the dramatic events round that time, so perhaps it relates to that piece of the overall picture of Jesus' life.
  5. I had to look up the verse, as I'm not a Christian or regular Bible reader, but it is familiar. I wonder how literal this translation is? Because there's a paradox here to do with time. You need to believe that while you ARE asking in prayer, you believe you HAVE received it already, and you WILL receive it in the future. How can you believe you've already received it before you do actually receive it? What's the point praying for something if you've already got it? When I see paradox in spiritual literature then I reckon you're right that an awakening is needed. So what's the insight being pointed to here? For my tuppence (and that's probably all it's worth ha ha), it's kind of a trick question because if you're asking for something that's selfish or material like money or winning a game, it'll miss the paradox test. Because, if you already believed you had it, you wouldn't be asking for it and there's no point receiving it again in the future. What about if the awakening (code-named for the masses as "believing"), is to realise that what you thought you wanted, is already the case. Like praying for God's Love or forgiveness or something like that; it already exists but we don't realise it until we have the awakening. So the interpretation that you're not receiving it because you don't have enough faith or something is, well, not really a fail of the test because it's not about passing or failing, but is to show our level of awakening and help us to see where we can do some work on.
  6. I had a random thought today when someone mentioned the peace movement in a video I was listening to. Where's all the anti-war protesters now that there's a major war going on, actually inside Europe this time, and which we're involved in through the arms trade? Previous wars always saw huge peace demonstrations marching and getting media attention? Is it a coincidence that this hot war involves Russia? It's long been suggested that the anti-war / peace movement is infiltrated and manipulated by marxists and foreign powers, even though I still think there are some genuinely decent people amongst the movement, if unaware of who is pulling their strings. So what are we to take from the situation that the Russians have chosen not to arrange anti-war protests this time? That they don't mind western support for Ukraine with the consequent lengthening of the conflict? Perhaps they don't mind western sanctions either, because they're causing us as much pain as the Russians.
  7. True, and this is how all secret societies are organised whether magical or not. Like intelligence agencies, mystery schools and even terrorist groups use a pyramid cellular structure with hermetically sealed cells meaning that information flows to only those who 'need to know' and avoid leaks to the uninitiated.
  8. David Icke gets an endorsement from the Templars. Neo-Templar organisation The Knights Templar Order quote David from a 1998 video and agree that his predictions are coming true. It's hard to get my head round an agreement between Templars (who also have some videos by their member Nick Griffin) and DI. Starting at 42 mins https://www.purged.tv/l/2538986907/David-Icke-was-right-----Templar-Report-Live---04-May-2023
  9. Alan Watts wrote a good book called 'The wisdom of insecurity', which was about the trade offs between freedom (insecurity) and security (lack of freedom). They're opposite ends of the same scale. Needless to say he takes the side of embracing insecurity and living an ego-less life where you surf the waves of chance and fortune, because, well, it's all you anyway. The big self rather than the small self. Well, I'm not quite ready for that, so go for a philosophy of doing your best at what you can and accepting the reality of the here-and-now. Like Gandalf telling Frodo that you can't choose what times you live in, but only how you use the time given to you. A Buddhist monk once told me that we can either do something, or not do something, and the outcome is what it is. Worrying about the future only saps our energy to appreciate the present; I think there's also a passage in the Sermon on the Mount about not worrying and putting ourselves in God's hands. Easier said than done of course, but if I'm afraid about something then that's also what's happening so I accept that too and don't fight it.
  10. If you ignore any other variables then you can distort the story. It could be that more people got vaxxed in richer countries and countries with better health systems. Or that unvaxxed have a shorter life expectancy for some other reason nothing to do with covid. When you're doing the stats properly you need to recognise there are many variables, which you need to separate out if you can, to reach a valid conclusion. Wasn't it Donald Rumsfeld who talked about 'unknown unknowns' ?
  11. I agree Campion. It is likely very different for each person, and of course this life is not 'equal' so some have more to heal. I guess for me, it was a rhetorical question really. I have spent years healing trauma, researching, being 'awake', doing 'Spiritual work', and over the last 12 months done a lot of healing shadow stuff such as lust and other 'goodies' . But I was curious what thoughts others have on this topic. Awesome, you're well into it then. Not all spirituality takes people in the direction of the truther community tho, I've come across plenty of spiritual folks in tune with the cult agenda. So I'm at a crossroads myself at the moment, having left a church last year and seeking a new spiritual home.
  12. I was thinking only yesterday about how many religions and spiritualities, old and new, try to persuade us to focus on the afterlife, other dimensions, future reincarnations, the spirit world etc; and meekly accept our lot in this world. Which plays into the hands of any groups wanting themselves at the top of society. Regarding whether you need to do spiritual work, and of what type. The thing is, there are so many varieties of spirituality that the answers depend on who you ask, and who are you going to believe? I know some other left-leaning spiritual forums who think that conspiracy theorists and even conservatives are beyond the pale and that spiritual and moral progress goes along with international socialism. At the other end of the scale there's spiritual groups who are completely on board with jab refusal and fighting globalism, multiculturalism and international cabals. So in summary I'd advise doing lots of your own research, old fashioned reading, talking to people, and hopefully you will gravitate towards something which is a good fit for you. Good luck and happy seeking!
  13. Regarding us Anglos, we're already en route to the endangered list in the next couple of generations, even without our young lads going to war God forbid. And given the restructuring of politics here with Asians rising to the top, perhaps Eurasianism is the objective.
  14. Thanks EW, and it's the first time I've seen the Russians use "Russophobia" (the quote is "Russophobia of the Anglo-Saxons"). They've probably realised what we know too, that Anglos have now been sufficiently trained by the agenda to wince and go on the back foot by terms like islamophobia, homophobia, transphobia etc. The psychological warfare is nearly complete, the economic warfare is well underway, what comes next?
  15. In that case I should have no problem identifying as a prince and getting on the royal list with a palace, staff and grant to live on in exchange for a few visits. Royalty is a social creation after all! Seriously though, although it's sad that children are being taught to do this, at least the "identifying as" bandwagon has now become overtly overblown and spoofing itself. I just wonder what's next, now we've been softened up this far.
  16. And how much of our trauma and mental illness is caused by living in a sick society. Stressed and overworked parents, declining community, hyper-individualism, empty consumerism, lack of contact with nature, toxins everywhere. Yet we are still expected to treat ourselves as separate individuals instead of treating society. Could be why mental illness continues to rise despite all the new treatments.
  17. Naive. We won't have unity but this will be taken as yet another sign of weakness in the indigenous church and lead to a power scramble by the others.
  18. Meh, messiah shmessiah. There's been so many claimants I can't be bothered to count them. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_messiah_claimants Perhaps the ptb don't believe in messiahs either and only use them to manipulate the religious hopes of the masses. After all the messiah is always just out of reach, or not here yet, or not fully empowered. "they created a Rogue State and ruined the Palestinians' lives to KILL God's son." Although this is true, I don't suppose it's more true than many other cabal controlled rogue states from the Babylonians and Romans to the Chinese or even British empire. Whatever we fixate on, such as Jerusalem, gives the cabal fuel to manipulate us with. "These people really have no sense of RIGHT AND WRONG..." It makes perfect sense from their pov, but yeah it's not moral from the perspective of the golden rule.
  19. Yes, interesting indeed. We tend to think of opposites as fighting against each other but often they need each other for their own existence and definition like up and down. I heard it's a good idea to turn your coat inside out if you meet a leprechaun or a fairy so they don't play a trick on you. On the other hand, if you put something on inside out by accident it's bad luck to change it round, apparently - perhaps we should have a thread on our favourite superstitions lol!
  20. Ok, but although Henry VIII broke with Rome, it doesn't mean the Romans have a monopoly on Catholicism. Anglo-Catholicism is still alive in the C of E and it's such a broad church that it doesn't have to be 100% protestant.
  21. Traditional liberalism, social democracy, socialism and the like died off a while ago. Conservatism too. Wokeism is the next step in the plan, but it's only a temporary stage while we're in the fag end of the old civilisation. I can't see far enough ahead though to know if Marxism is the end goal, I don't really know enough about Marxism. Perhaps it's an element, for the masses, but did Marx foresee the technocracy and oligarchy at the top of the pyramid?
  22. People have switched off from COVID imo, we're taught to have such a short attention span. In any case they won't want to spoil the photo opportunities of the coronation so perhaps they'll crank it up after that.
  23. Within a 30 year horizon I'm expecting to see the US/Western superpower alliance and world order to be eclipsed by the rising BRICS alliance. The weakened US will increasingly face difficult decisions whether to intervene militarily in places like Taiwan. So the iron curtain (which never went away) will continue to shift as the west's sphere of influence shrinks and the BRICS' expands.
  24. Thanks Mac, these are some good extra pillars to add to the usual three: imperialism, slavery and the holohaust - just the white varieties of course.
  25. Yes it's who's behind it all that's the real story. The red and blue ideologies don't deliver for the ordinary folks, it's all a dialectic to destroy the old order and keep power with the hidden hands.
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