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  1. 54 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:



    Try adding some moringa to his food will mellow him out.

    Some lady at the farmers market just sold me a morninga tree.  She said it’s the best for everything!


    For people: sun opener (heimia Salicifolia


    Used in southwest US and Central America 
    Got some plants.  Made a sun tea with a small handful of leaves in 12 oz water. 
    It felt like supercharged chamomile calming then giddy happy. 
    (Higher dose causes psychotropic effects and smoking it will induce a psychedelic state.)


  2. You got it.  In the US this is big $$$.  Again selling us harmful industrial byproducts.  We are wastebaskets for the elite. 


    If you do a patent search on cannabis related products it is a million miles long list of Frankenstein splicing and dicing isolates. 


    In vape pens propylene glycol is used as a carrier oil. It is a petroleum by product (also sold to food manufacturers).  Toxic waste repackaged.  Turns to formaldehyde when heated.  It destroys the lungs and causes flu like symptoms.  


    Population control?  Increased acceptance of cannabis products encourages young males to consume.  Then their sperm count lowers and becomes genetically damaged.



    It’s not even real weed.  Besides patenting GMO plants, CBD is also very cheaply made using yeast and algae. 




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  3. I won’t go to wakes anymore.  I didn’t even go to my own grandmother’s wake.  Not because I’m afraid of seeing the deceased but I’m afraid my undisciplined thoughts will ruin the moment.  

    The first was my grandfather’s wake during the eulogy.  He sat on top of his coffin and was listening.  Except he wasn’t old like when he died.  He looked in his twenties.  He noticed I was crying and said “Something’s wrong with Michelle.”  Then he told me to listen as the priest started talking about his service in WW2. 

    The second was a friend’s grandfather’s wake.  He was elderly.  He passed shortly after his wife who he grew up with in a small town.  I saw them both as children sitting on a tree branch and looking down at the wake.  They noticed me.  

    Perhaps the reason they looked younger than when they died is they embodied themselves as they were when they were most alive. 

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  4. Factory foods are gross books:

    Foodopoly Wenonah Hauter:  gives you the complete rundown on the food industry


    Politically Incorrect Nutrition: Finding Reality in the Mire of Food Industry Propaganda

    Michael Barbee

    - interesting stuff like green tea contains large amounts of fluoride because the tea plant absorbs it from soil

    The Dorito Effect: The Surprising Truth About Food and Flavor Mark Schatzker

    lots of good info about how and why food has lost its flavor and the flavor (chemical) industry




    Leonardo da Vinci Walter Issacson 

    Wonderful book but I cried cause he died in the end.  Funny part where Michelangelo runs into da Vinci in town and basically tells him to fuck off.  


  5. Makes me think of  this part of  The Lament of Hermès  


    “In that day men will be weary of life and they will cease to think the universe worthy of reverent wonder and worship.


    They will no longer love this world around us.  This incomparable work of God.  This glorious structure which he has built.  This sum of good made up of many diverse forms.  This instrument whereby the will of God operates in that which he has made, ungrudgingly favoring man’s welfare. 

    This combination and accumulation of all the manifold things that call forth the veneration, praise and love of the beholder.  

    Darkness will be preferred to light and death be thought more profitable than life.  No one will lift his eyes to heaven.”


    Guess I consider this world to be not just a launching pad to something better.   But to be here now with you and you.  Or even with some damn cat if that’s all you’ve got.  Or a Green Anole lizard on the fence matters very much.  

  6. On joy


    I love interacting with people in society and in general that’s why this mask, distance stupidity sucks so bad.  


    I love watching people’s expressions and reactions in their faces.  Like when they burst into laughter!  I like to hear their opinions but more I like to read between the lines at what they really mean in their faces.  How they lie!  I like to watch their insecurities and secret desires in a split second flash of their eyes.  I like to feel that confrontation when I stare too long and then look away.  


    I don’t watch like a scientist observing a rat.  I feel alive myself when interacting with them.  I wonder if I am as transparent to them as they are to me.  


    I like the internet when people lay themselves bare.  And I can lay my thoughts bare even if no one sees them.  Like a diary but with hecklers. 


    And I want nobody to be left out.  I want them to know I’m here now too and I love their thoughts and their humanity just as it is.  


  7. Three: Demeter, Persephone, Hecate 


    Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva


    Janus has two faces but it is said that there is a third hidden between. 

    From the book Signs and Symbols


    The number 3 (the ternary) shares the significance of the three sided triangle.  It is a self-contained entirety that represents all aspects of creation, therefore constituting a symbol of sacred trinities such as those of Christianity and Hinduism.  It has cosmic significance as the Taoist triad of man, the earth, and sky, and in most cultures also represents the underworld, earth and heavens, birth, life, and death, the past present and future, or the mind, body and spirit.  
    Three is the basic masculine number but, because it combines and reconciles the numbers one (representing divinity) and two (duality) it can also symbolize the soul.  In traditional Chinese belief, the number three (san) is linked with childbirth, and its numeral associated with endings.  
    To the Kabbalists, the third sephira of the Tree of Life, Binah (Understanding), signified vitality and intelligence. 


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  8. As usual you blow me away.  I’m always afraid to respond to your posts cause you might call me a word masturbating empty black river of nothingness.   
    But for someone with a disdain for words you are a natural writer. 

  9. Slavery does exist in the west in the form of human trafficking.  Central Americans are trafficked through the United States, put in for profit prisons where the prison owners make money off of them and get cheap labor for whatever they produce.  Also they are experimented on.  Subsequently the “immigrants” are funneled out to various industries to provide cheap labor.  Women and children are trafficked for sex here in America.  Possibly in Europe but I don’t live there so I don’t know.  

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  10. 2 hours ago, chocomel said:


    Kadashan is a billionaire.

    The blacks are uprising. They've been working on this for a long time. Likes of Jay-z/Beyonce too.

    They bowed to their elite masters first, learn the system, kept their mouth shut....now that they are in the elite class of their own...they can do what they like.

    They are going to rescue the black people who have been under privilege for a long time.

    But that's on the surface. The bottom line is the rise of old gods....annunakis...the false gods.

    You only have to watch an album by Beyonce Lemonade and Rhianna's Sledgehammer. Both are rich in African god symbolism. You all thought they were worshipping satan? This is why old CEOs are stepping down and new King and Queen are brought in to cater for their younger followers they already have all over the world. A reset.


    EDIT: Interestingly, he announced it on the Eclipse. See, these people KNOW... how to manipulate energy. :classic_wink: More to the point, we should all learn if you want to be effective rather than being a pawn and shuffled in the game.


    Interesting thoughts.  Respectfully disagree.  Many (at least American) blacks are Christian.  Can’t stand Kanye, Beyoncé and company they are not liberated from their masters.  They don’t write or produce their own music.  Every move they make is calculated by a team, etc.   They can’t escape  just look how Kanye went in to the looney bin for attempting to break away from his controllers. 

    Which African Gods are being symbolized from which African countries and which tribes? What do these gods represent in the people whose culture they descend?  How do we know they are not just exploiting these gods to create a false mystique, kind of like the American Congress critters bowing wearing African garb? 


    These fools aren’t rescuing anyone.  ❤️

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  11. 23 hours ago, THESTRONG-THEVALIANT said:


    I only read Tolkien...

    Reading that just made me happy. ?


    Going down to New Orleans to collect supplies for my science project and bringing this book along:


    Mycelium Running:  How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World by Paul Stamets


    Lions mane and Chaga both helped my son’s brain condition at a very young age.  

  12. I hear you Fluke.  I’m in middle class suburbia USA.  Don’t get me wrong I am thankful for the place I live.  It’s less insane sort of than others.  But...

    Yes the clones!
    The mono Franken-lawns.  Ahh don’t they understand their chemicals are poisoning our stream and all the animals and deer AND themselves?  Nope,  but all their stupid lawns look horrible.    
    We’re the outsiders of the neighborhood because we have a natural yard and grow food and have a pond.  Ya know we like life.  Assholes. 

    They all have the same door hangings, two pots and an alphabet letter for their stupid last names who cares.  
    And all the women jog in the winter with those stupid puffy vest things.  They’re always yellow or cornflower blue some god awful color.  

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  13. If you like odder stuff:


    So this book Plants of the Gods by Schultes, Hoffman, and Ratsch isn’t just a list of psychoactive plants, but gives a very good survey of how they are used around the world and for what specific purposes.  A closer look at indigenous cultures gives a sense that they were up to more than Western society would like to believe.  I especially like the Bwiti cult on pp. 114-115.

    The Cosmic Serpent Jeremy Narby  
    A look at ayahuasca shamanism, visions, and connects DNA 

    I’m not into Francis Crick’s panspermia.  It’s silly and demeaning like how most modern scientists view anything. 
    Other than a brief mention of that,  good book.  

    Supernatural by Graham Hancock 
    I mean I’m not into fairies I had to skip through the fairies. 
    And all the alien abduction accounts.  
    But the main idea is drawing parallels between ancient rock paintings, modern shamanic experiences and initiation rituals.

    And the part that is the most fascinating to me is not all that but again about the DNA.  About the “junk” DNA.

    So anyway get through the fairies and get to that part. 

    Secret History of the World Mark Booth 

    Reads like an index of esoteric characters throughout the ages.  Threaded together with this thing about us having a plant body within! ?
    Anyway read just to get 50 million ideas on 50 million other things to read from it. 


    Growing your own food manuals:


    Gaia’s Garden Toby Hemenway is a book on how to build a permaculture garden.  Heavy on theory but plenty of practical applications and lists 

    use this especially if from U.S.


    Creating a Forest Garden Martin Crawford 

    use if in UK 

    but he gets into his goddamn political affiliations and I don’t care.  If you hate that get the other book.  Nevertheless good lists.


    Composting for a New Generation Michelle Balz 

    The best composting manual ever!  Started mine in February 2019 and now have black wormy humus and I rub it all over me! 
    So if I can make it anyone can.  



  14. “All morons hate it when you call them a moron.” 


    “If you do something too good, then, after a while, if you don't watch it, you start showing off. And then you're not as good any more.” 


    “even if you did go around saving guys' lives and all, how would you know if you did it because you really wanted to save guys' lives, or you did it because what you really wanted was everybody slapping you on the back and congratulating you.  How would you know you weren't being a phony? The trouble is you wouldn't.” 


    “It's partly true, too, but it isn't all true. People always think something's all true.”


    “If you sat around there long enough and heard all the phonies applauding and all, you got to hate everybody in the world, I swear you did.”


    “People never think anything is anything really. I'm getting goddam sick of it.” 


    “I mean most girls are so dumb and all.  After you neck them for awhile, you can really watch them losing their brains.  You take a girl when she really gets passionate, she just hasn’t any brains.“


    “It’s funny.  All you have to do is say something nobody understands and they’ll do practically anything you want them to do.”


    - Holden Caulfield

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