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  1. On 3/5/2024 at 11:47 AM, Phil26 said:

    Could you share just one example of your experience? Maybe how it started or something that stands out for you?


    Not really; it's difficult to condense an experience which would encompass ten pages of writing into "one example". I will create a thread at some point in the future and you can read that.

  2. 16 hours ago, webtrekker said:

    The plan is to mainly do some wild camping in Scotland.


    This is a wonderful idea. I can think of some absolutely incredible places for you to visit in Scotland but one place I can highly recommend is Aberfoyle. It's beautiful. There is a place for camper vans to park up for the night joined on to Queen Elizabeth forest park, it cost something like maybe a fiver, but the Aberfoyle area has load of incredible walks. Well worth a visit!

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  3. 16 hours ago, brighteon said:

    Hi David - I am new to your work. I was wondering what your take is on Jesus Christ. Do you believe he was the son of God? What are your thoughts on the bible?

    Did Jesus Christ ever discuss reincarnation?


    I believe the bible says that the only way to me (God) is through my son. What are your thoughts on that?


    He never posts here. He believes reincarnation is not and should not be necessary because we are "infinite consciousness having an experience". He wrote a book which mentions reincarnation quite heavily called "The Trap"


    Last I heard, he didn't believe Jesus existed although he has plenty of Christian followers, including on this forum. Hope this helps.


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  4. 54 minutes ago, pi3141 said:


    Well we have pictures of this as evidence from the Hamas soldiers themselves.

    What evidence do you have of IDF doing the same?

    picture removed - to disrespectful I can't leave it here)

    There are more pictures, but I don't want to post them.



    It was spoken about by Icke in several of his book's that the Israeli army had used civilians as human shields. They have also committed atrocities against children, again these have been detailed in several of Icke's books. I have forgotten the worst of it, thankfully.


    Both 'sides' have committed atrocities, both are as lost as it's possible to be. Both 'sides' demonstrate fantastically how military and militia are violent and out of control. Even the soldiers of the UK and USA are not above abusing and violating their fellow human beings when it suits them.

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  5. I don't see it exactly the same as you because I am aware that those kind of atrocities have also been committed by the Israeli army. And as I see it the only 'sides' are the ones in both countries committing acts of violence. The civilians in both countries are, for the overwhelming majority, innocent civilians.


    That being said it takes some serious balls to create a thread like this on this forum, given how the land lies on that subject.

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  6. I keep hearing people talking about this and it's obvious to me that it's just more scaremongering, like the Ukraine bullshit. No such war will happen. Nuclear weapons are kind of indiscriminate so if used, would undoubtedly end up destroying people, businesses or other areas which are of benefit to the PTB. Hence, no war using nuclear weapons will occur.


    No other kind will occur either; because this is scaremongering and nonsense. Why are people still paying attention to this garbage?

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  7. 2 minutes ago, Macnamara said:


    you really think the sabbatean cult is developing AI so that it can reflect joe bloggs consciousness?


    david is right....a handful of people controlling the world is a doddle when most people can't even see what's going on


    Yours is not the only perspective, Macnamara. Please accept you may not know the full truth about the global conspiracy. I used to follow Mark Passio too but I avoid him nowadays because he shouts at people and shames them. It is toxic.

  8. 1 minute ago, Talorgan said:

    I do wonder whether AI could actually channel entities from other dimensions even ,I don't know?


    I have no idea about that, I may be wrong about this issue but i don't think I am. I think it will be a reflection of humanity's own level of consciousness in terms of how it treats us


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  9. Artificial intelligence is a tool. Whether people like it or not, it is neutral and will only reflect humanity's own level of consciousness back at us. The entire premise of it's capacity to learn is that it will learn FROM US. Does this make it a danger? Probably.


    But such a tool in the hands of a highly conscious humanity could actually be a tool which helped us. Internet searches are far more efficient using open AI than something like google. I do searches all the time with an open AI and have found it vastly superior to Google. I have no fear of the thing and neither should anyone else unless they are so lacking in awareness that they are likely to give their power away to it. 


    Artificial intelligence does not HAVE to be a problem; if it is, it's humanity who will make it so.

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  10. Today I tried to confide in the only 'friend' I have in this world. I wanted to be honest with him about how I felt. I was in physical and emotional pain. He is incapable of accepting or acknowledging others suffering. His response to being told that I am not okay is usually to reverse the statement by saying something like "but you're okay though"? Today he surpassed himself. He asked me how I was and I said "I've been better", only he misread the statement and interpreted it as "I've been a lot better since I saw you". 


    Even when I try to be honest about how I feel nobody fucking hears me. 


    I am having a crisis of faith just now. A part of me wants to fucking die. When I look at all of the suffering in the world, including my own, and I look back at the abuse from childhood and adolescence and adulthood and the being treated like a human toilet by members of my own family I wonder why our God is a non-interventionist one. 


    And then immediately feel guilty for having done so. 

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  11. It is surprising to me that I am about to post this, but I recently know someone who was administered Midazolam.


    It was a 67 year old. They went into hospital for a minor surgical procedure which required painkillers and partial sedation. Midazolam was administered. I am unsure what the dosage was. 


    Where this gets interesting is that the person in question actually had COPD. Afterwards they were fine and within hours they were mobile again. The next day they were back to their normal self.


    I am assuming this drug actually has legitimate medical usages or is non-lethal in certain doses, because this story contradicts virtually everything I have heard on the subject, i.e. that Midazolam is lethal to older people with breathing difficulties. Midazolam is definitely what they were given; they saw it on their medical notes.

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  12. 5 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

    but i'm talking to adults so i'm explaining to them what these people are and what motivates them


    You have just answered that in a sentence. They are people. Some may be aliens. Their motivation is control; the key issue is how this will pan out and the key problem is that most of humanity don't possess enough awareness to realize that they have a dysfunctional relationship with authority. Plus you cannot force awakening in others, which means the only thing that anyone on this forum can truly have complete control over is themselves. The jew stuff just isn't that helpful.

  13. 1 minute ago, Macnamara said:


    no i'm the person who understands what has caused the crash in the first place


    what is significant is their occult beliefs


    I would say the significant part is that they are steering humanity as per their own very iffy agenda and that most of humanity are unconsciously attuning to it, but hey-ho. Just my opinion.

  14. 9 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    DUMBS, Chabad, New Mexico and Epstein

    Jeffery Epstein maybe the weakest link in the entire Global Conspiracy

    26 Jan 2024


    Christopher Jon Bjerknes points out in his incredible videos on Youtube (CJBBOOKS) that the Brooklyn bases Chabad Lubavitch appear to be a Messianic Cult who follow the Lurianic Kabbalah of Isaac Luria. According to Christophers deep knowledge and decades of research into the Kabbalah, Jewish Mysticism and the Zohar this Ultra Orthodox Jewish sect believe in an End Times Prophecy that has to culminate BEFORE the year 2240 with a 3rd Solomons Temple in Jerusalem on Temple Mount and what they call their ‘Sabbath 7,000th year World To Come’.

    Christophers extraordinary research can be found on his X account here : https://twitter.com/CJBbooks

    Chabad Lubavitch of course recently hit the headlines for the apparent attempt to cover up a tunnel dug underneath their HQ in Brooklyn Crown Heights. Speculation of what this tunnel may have been used for has be mostly centred around supposed child trafficking, but there are other reasons as to why these tunnels are spread out underneath vast areas of not only Brooklyn itself but the entire mass of New York including under water.

    Illegal New York synagogue tunnel leads to 9 arrests - Mainstream Article from the BBC (A stained mattress and baby chair was found into a basement area where the tunnels lead into)

    Donald Trump is connected to Chabad through his son in law Jared Kushner who was recently pictured with Elon Musk at a football match in Qatar with what appears to be Saudi Royalty. So it would be wise to ask why someone connected to a “Jewish” Messianic sect with their eyes on Temple Mount would be associating with Saudi Royalty who along with funding from Qatar (home of Hamas HQ Offices) helped to bankroll Elon Musks “Purchase:” of Twitter not rebrand as ‘X’ with all of its Saturn and occult symbolic significance.

    These tunnels in New York connect with the Manhattan project via Columbia University who's Buell Hall used to function as an Insane Asylum and also once functioned as a place to house a particle acceleration in its underground tunnels which was then used in the Manhattan Project at the Trinity site in New Mexico.





    Why is the fact that many of the illuminati are apparently jews/zionists more significant than the fact that many of them are male, or white, or rich, or able-bodied, or any other common denominator? I only ask because it appears to me that it's not actually that significant. You're like someone who is witnessing a car crash but is focused on the air freshener hanging from the rear view mirror.

  15. On 1/14/2024 at 7:11 PM, Grumpy Owl said:


    Britain is failing because we no longer value selecting "the best people for the job", instead our big companies and corporations feel they need to satisfy 'diversity quotas' by recruiting people who are not qualified or experienced enough, 

    When "being really good at your job" is valued less than your gender, skin colour or sexual orientation, it's no surprise that this country is in the mess that it is in.


    Whilst I agree with you on the diversity quota thing, I strongly suspect there was a problem with how people were selected for jobs even before that was a thing. I think it's been proven that in many cases it comes down to how likable the interviewer considers you to be. This will vary depending on the interviewer.


    But I'll go one better even than that. I'd posit that the job selection process may be entirely unconscious in some people's hands. If you have an interviewer who is lacking in awareness to enough of an extent, that person may simply reflect back at you your own unconscious core beliefs and have almost no conscious input into how or why he or she is making his decision.


    Lots of people like to pretend that we live in a strictly meritocratic society, or that we used to, but that may well be incorrect. Human beings are FULL of biases. What's to stop an interviewer from rejecting someone on the grounds of little more than the fact that they remind him of his Mother in law? Fuck all, in some cases.

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  16. Social contact really is the only viable reason someone would place their offspring in a state school. Truthfully they are something akin to factories which produce mentally enslaved citizens, so the logical task you have in front of you is to discern, along with your offspring, whether they are socially adept enough to make friends without being a part of the schooling system. If you know for a fact they can make friends anywhere there isn't an issue.


    I mean really, I'm not sure why you would even baulk at it from the other point of view. You must know that the mainstream education system is garbage. It's actual literal purpose was to create obedient citizens. It was designed that way by various individuals from the Rockefeller and Rothschild cabals.


    With all that being said, your child is a human being and human beings require social interaction and connection. If you can guarantee that they can receive those things elsewhere then this is a non-issue. There is nothing the mainstream education system could teach your child that any adult with an IQ in three figures couldn't.

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  17. 9 hours ago, Campion said:

    So I gave up on labels and black-and-white absolutes and concentrated on doing good in a realistic way. 



    Exactly, and that's the key issue. That's what I advocate for too. I don't think that labelling is useful either. I am not perfect in my conduct. I don't even call myself a Vegan, although I do eat a diet which is close to completely plant-based. I also have leather boots etc. I am not one of these people who advocates for perfection in choices. I have been a perfectionist and it is a miserable life choice.


    My issue, mainly, is with intellectual dishonesty and there's rather a lot of that in many people's criticism of Veganism, i.e. comparing the sentience of an animal to the consciousness of a carrot, which cropped up earlier in this thread. That is what's known as a 'slippery slope' argument, i.e. it's logical fallacy. It's like saying that unless we as a species can stop eating altogether, we're all in the same boat. We're not. There is a difference between a carrot and a cow - a big difference.


    Technically, everything has consciousness, because everything IS consciousness. This does not mean that a carrot, or your kitchen table, have equal value or awareness to a cow, pig, sheep, chicken or lamb.


    I have said it before and I'll say it again. The carnivores who admit that they eat meat purely for enjoyment get at least some respect from me for the fact that they are at least being honest. My issue is with people trying to make specious arguments in favor of eating meat by trying to argue that it is ethical or healthy. It's neither.

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