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  1. The issue of transhumanism constitutes an existential threat to the human species and as such is something which ought to be at the forefront of most minds. Sadly, and curiously, I don't think it is. This, an important topic, most definitely, as the powers-that-be have been slowly conditioning the masses to acquiescently surrender their bodily autonomy in preparation for the 'biodigital convergence' they have planned, in which nanobots, AI, 5G & 6G, VR, and cloud computing all play key roles. The carrot-on-the-string are the few upsides to these, which the devious if not inhuman string-pullers and their legion of useful idiots take great care to magnify and glamorize as selling points of benefit to the pre-post-human species. Meanwhile, myriad of myopic, gluttonous consumers of high-tech unquestioningly bite away at this orange bait stringing them along, totally unaware of their participation in helping to co-create their own technophilic prison, a truly perverse sense of reality. We are entering a dark period in human history, one of potentially irrevocable spiritual implications. How can anyone not be interested in this or regard it as of little importance? Quite frankly, the idea of human-robot progeny, brain-to-computer interfaces, human-animal chimeras, and other freaks of science does not excite me in the least. Synthetic humans in the form of sex-bots are already beginning to make their appearance on the market and hopefully this is as far as the average man and woman will want to take their relations with these machines. To me all this talk from the unelected technocrats and Kurweils of the world, of cyborgs and human interbreeding with animals and human sentience merging to become planetary digitized consciousness is more than just a little weird, but seems downright satanic. For years I held the general silence within the UFO community in regard to transhumanism with great suspicion. Those few who would speak on it talked of it as if in favor of it, at least on some level. Naturally, I couldn't help wonder whether ET was in part behind the transhumanist movement. Certainly, the generally soulless technocrats are. If as soul-aware humans we know we are not biological machines, why would we ever want to merge with technology and become quite literal ones? One of my favorite dramatic actors was the late Robin Williams. In the movie Bicentennial Man, Williams plays an artificially intelligent robot who would rather be human. (Now that's more like it.)
  2. As I watched the footage of Ottawa police clearing the peaceful protesters this past week, pepper spraying and sometimes clubbing the demonstrators, the first thought that came to mind was: Can't you just feel the age of Aquarius upon us? So reminiscent these scenes were of Hitler's henchmen who would intimidate their political opponents from speaking in public via the use of brute force. Reportedly, there were even a few of these aspiring-to-be brownshirts who fell back on the Nuremberg defense in order to justify their actions. Funny, then, and as already highlighted above, that a Toronto MP came out saying this past week that 'Toot! Toot!' means 'Heil Hitler!' in code. Good lord, this here but another glaring instance of wokery-aligned i-n-v-e-r-s-i-o-n. This was a peaceful, democratic protest, plain and civil. Yet as the truckers made their way to Ottawa, no doubt the boy-king was shitting his figurative or literal diapers, possibly believing (as some in the MSM were speculating) that these were Russian agents, instead of motorcades of blue-collar workers out to peacefully defend their civil liberties. (Now, now, state-run Fourth Estate, we mustn't believe in conspiracy theories.) Now that this nominal national emergency has ended, some Canadians are wondering what lies in store for the future of freedom-loving Canucks (who clearly make up the minority), and one can only hope the state does not become so far gone that it turns to harvesting the organs of political dissidents. Will the Prime Minister resign from office? Is that even in his power to do? Will he perhaps acquire a conscience and take to performing some type of community service outside Parliament Hill as a show of remorse for how he handled the protest? My guess is he will strap on a clean pair of diapers or underwear of some kind and use this opportunity to clamp down even further on civil liberties. It was Roman historian Tacitus who said, 'The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws.' As for bodily autonomy, or personal security as it is termed, it's my understanding that such is recognized by international law (International Bill of Human Rights) and thus supersedes any national claim to the contrary. This recognized God-given universal freedom, along with others, has I believe been codified and is also known as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
  3. It's been great to see in recent days a few federal Conservatives finally starting to awaken, with their hitherto uncharacteristic condemnations directed at the PM in his presence and their verbal rallying to the side of the protesters and indeed each and every Canadian who has had enough of Trudeau's shit these past two years. This is especially encouraging to see. Some of these Conservatives were especially aroused after Trudeau allegedly accused a Jewish member of Parliament of being a Nazi sympathizer -- a lady whose immediate ancestors were persecuted by the Nazis. It makes you wonder whether behind that politically correct persona of Trudeau's if there's more than just a hint of antisemitism? With Ottawa in recent days resembling a police state, the PM is certainly beginning to seem more and more like a Putin or an Obama. Both Trudeau and the contemptible leader of the NDP ought not to be in politics; especially the latter leftist who reminds me of those materialistic, soulless goons who run Saudi Arabia. Kingpins have more depth to them than these two cardboard cutouts totally lacking in substance, actors in suits who don't represent the common three-dimensional civilian, hard-working peasants so far far removed from these shallow nonproducers, these rhetoric-spouting empty shells, who appear only in it for the fancy clothes, high-priced cars, bling, the jetting around the world to their retreats, and in the case of Trudeau getting to hang out with questionable Hollywood types and globalist rock stars. Trudeau is a spoiled, pampered man-child completely cut off from the real world, who got elected not so much for his possessing any real leadership skills but due in large part to the fact he's considered by many a Canuck a good-looking guy with nice hair. Pathetic, isn't it? That's how pitifully superficial a lot of Canadian voters are. One can only hope come next federal election that Canadians -- both men and women -- put away their vibrators and re-learn to vote with their heads. My thoughts and prayers go out to all those who have had their bank accounts frozen, including reports of little old grannies among the victims. Justin Trudeau is one helluva heartless bastard and control freak who is no doubt taking great pleasure in wanting to ruin these people's lives (as he has countless other Canadians' these past two years). Hopefully it doesn't come to this and that freedom-loving groups like the Canadian Civil Liberties Association can do something about it.
  4. If I could vote for Jonathan Emord as Prime Minister of Canada I would but unfortunately that is an impossibility. For starters, he's not even a Canadian. He's a U.S. constitutional lawyer and a sagacious, level-headed one at that. I highly recommend listening to what he has to say with regard to this Freedom Convoy, in the conversation he had this past Sunday on Richard Syrett's The Conspiracy Show. What a delight it was to hear some refreshing rationality for a change, and from the perspective of a lawyer looking in on this from the States. Emord is so cogent here that practically every second or third well-stated sentence of his is a quotable gem. This is the type of man and mind I side with and whom I wish all Canadians did as well. Fantastically, disturbingly, you have Canadians who would rather live under increasing totalitarian socialism, as displayed by their vocal (and sometimes outright hateful) counter-protests and utter contempt for freedom. This to me is the true virus that ought to be feared by every liberty- and peace-loving Canadian -- this insidious and imported psychic contagion sweeping across North America. Emord is spot-on when he talks about the myth of 'collective rights' and how sovereignty of the individual ultimately leads to the true 'greater good' of all humanity. The footage of police brutality in Ottawa ought to remind anyone familiar with their history of Tiananmen Square. At that time Chinese citizens lived during a period called the 'Great Leap Forward.' Today, Canadian citizens, and the rest of the world, live at a time that has certain elites talking of "The Great Reset." (Any coincidence?) I heard a guy in the news comment how Trudeau ought to resign as PM and move to Davos, where he would feel more at home, which would leave the rest of Canadians to their age-long and cherished values and freedoms, and that if he has a graven image of Klaus Schwab that he daily bows to, that he should certainly bring this along with him as well. Emord in this interview sounded as if he was channeling the divine when he said how freedom is our birthright and it comes from God; that civil liberties are pre-political. Amen, brother. P.S. I love you, too, Richard Syrett, my fellow compatriot.
  5. Breaking news: Rebel News, one of the few independent media outlets left in Canada, has reported that one of their reporters, Alexa Lavoie, has been attacked by police thugs, involving a stick and tear gas, simply for performing her duties as a journalist. It is believed Lavoie was singled out by cops in response to her having put to Justin Trudeau a tough question during last year's election debates in Canada.
  6. All these protesters and supporters wanted was to be left alone to their own freedom and bodily autonomy. That's all. So simple. But no. The civil liberties' violators in power want to stick it to them too -- these truckers who work all alone in cabs. (How's that for scientific reason?) As if that weren't enough, now they are being punished in dictatorial style when a simple end to the vaccine mandate would have solved the problem, without the need for all this elitist mediagenic melodrama. No, couldn't have had that. The peacock wanted to proudly display his feathers for the world to see. And notice they have. Indeed, outside of the ruling party's little echo chamber of mentally twisted think-a-likes, it's been refreshing to see many a sane and freedom-loving, outspoken high-profile figure, be it in business, entertainment, or media, alongside other famous people, denouncing this Liberal Party and sometimes in aptly un-PC terms. In the court of public opinion, there is a sense of divine justice after all! I was reading the other day about this SOB's father, Pierre, and how he loved the idea of government as rule from the top-down, and even used the terms 'Cuban' and 'Chinese' to define the very kind of socialism he most preferred. One can only wonder what the thousands of Canadians who died fighting in WW2 in defense of 'National Will' (as opposed to 'General Will') democracy must think were they alive today to witness what this turd off the old ass is doing to the country. With regard to the freezing of bank accounts, however draconian this is, Canadians can at least be thankful that the PM has said nothing (so far, anyway) about the government need for guillotines in public squares. Was listening to a program earlier today about how the Trudeau Liberals gave millions of dollars to a guy by the name of Omar Khadr. Then there's Justin Trudeau's past support of BLM, known for their riots. Fast-forward to the present, and if you're not on the same page as his far-left ideologies, you're devilishly branded a Wall Street occupier, I mean, a 'far-right extremist.' What a contemptible dynast this blockhead is.
  7. Just finished watching Icke's latest videocast ("Cult-Owned, Schwab-Owned, Fascist Canada - And The Battle For Freedom"), and speaking as a Canadian, I am so grateful for this. The world needs to know what's been going on in Canada and how our liberty is at stake now more than at any other time in (recent) history. The key word to be taken from this videocast, what Icke discusses: inversion. Another word for that might be 'Newspeak.' The bullies and baddies have control of the megaphone so to speak, with all the peace-loving, truth-telling voices in the wilderness, those crying out for freedom in the proverbial wilderness, being twistedly and voluminously portrayed by the evil 'Ministers of Truth' as the bad apples. The question is, will the rest of the free world believe the crafty, deeply entrenched, Machiavellian establishment spin or listen to their own God-given heart of hearts and side with humanity? For these peaceful, law-abiding, freedom-defending truckers also represent all of you outside of Canada who choose humanity over the dark forces operating in the shadows here on Earth, who are now beginning to reveal themselves in the open. This is no longer about politics. This isn't about left versus right. This is, at its core, a spiritual issue. This is about good versus evil. Humanity versus the overt and crypto- transhumanists. Had to laugh when Icke mentioned the irony of Canada's Finance Minister's surname. She reminds me of that well-known saying about when fascism arrives it will not come wearing jackboots but knickers, or something to that effect. Her glib, nicey-nicey, prim-and-precise manner of speaking (one masking an authoritarian underneath) makes my skin crawl. Icke also goes into, in this extremely important videocast, the HYPOCRICY of those who supported the BLM riots but who are now coming down hard on peaceful protestors, all for their holding a different view than theirs. I can't express enough how appreciative I am for this videocast and hope that all freedom-loving Canadians see this and feel the same gratitude that I do for Icke putting this together. I love you David Icke. You are a man of God. To all those who read their Bibles and think they are of God simply for doing so but who do not speak out against evil (as Icke does here) when it is staring your brothers and sisters of the human family in the face, your own holy book condemns you.
  8. That which has most negatively affected the Canadian economy (small businesses, specifically) has been the government-imposed lockdowns these past two years, and here the ruling party has the chutzpah to blame a bunch of freedom-loving, peaceful protesters for bringing the economy to a halt over the course of a single weekend. Rather than meeting with these protesters as any mature, humble, great leader would have, instead they went ignored, were preposterously denounced as agitators/revolutionaries, and a draconian Emergencies Act introduced -- a fascist response if there ever was one. (What next, internment/extermination camps for democratic dissenters?) These are dark times for Canada, a nation much in need of prayers from the international community at this time. There are those in high positions within the ruling party with ties to the World Economic Forum. How can anyone possibly call those who feel Canada becoming increasingly unfree conspiracy theorists? What is happening is very real. Reportedly, Trudeau's party is now looking to seize/freeze the bank accounts of Canadians who supported these peaceful protesters, providing them with money to cover the cost of fuel and food. A response, truly intolerant and extremist, but then as of this post a Canadian pastor languishes in solitary confinement, all for his love of the Canadian Charter, as well.
  9. Richard Syrett. Perhaps not well-known outside of North America, the guy's a long-time radio host/podcaster within the alt-media. Despite his podcast being called 'Conspiracy Unlimited' the majority of the show's episodes in recent years have tended to be obsessed with all things paranormal. Indeed, why discuss the New World Order, the climate change hoax, elite think tanks, para-politics, transhumanism, technocracy, and other insignificant things of this 'conspiratorial' nature (which he has hitherto only infrequently) when you can talk, ad nauseum, Bigfoot, Shadow People, ghosts, Grays, and hauntings, instead? Granted, there is the intellectually stimulating and substantial episode every now and then, but overall...what a waste of a podcast, that in name (only?) professes to be primarily focused on topics relating to conspiracy theories. Syrett also periodically guest-hosts on 'Coast to Coast' (which makes you wonder), which his podcast in recent years has become almost a carbon copy of. When he's 'on' (as he was quite a bit when he first started out) there's no better podcast(er) out there, but, in my opinion, of late these instances have become rare as the guy now seems to prefer the frivolous woo-woo over episodes devoted to discussing actual alt-media topics. In all these years he has never had David Icke or Jan Irvin on, as far as I know. That's not only mind-boggling, considering the name of his show(s), but rather suspicious, if you ask me. There are some topics he seems to shy away from: radical Islam, the Pedocracy, social engineering of the counterculture/rock music, ufology and its links to globalist elites/intelligence agencies, etc. No surprise there. After all, isn't discussing fairies, poltergeists, psi phenomena, time travel, hemp, the 'benefits' of robots and the Cloud, far more important? (Perhaps if Syrett changed the name of his show, to something like, I dunno, 'Paranormal Unlimited,' there would no longer be any reason to criticize.) He's also friends with Victor Viggiani, who is a frequent and boring guest on his weekly 'Conspiracy Show' and whose pet-topic is (yawn) UFO Disclosure. Viggiani, every time he's on, sounds to me like a broken record, repeating the same old stuff he's been saying for years, even without the help of a snooze button. (Refer to Charles Upton's latest book for more info on this general psyop that is UFO Disclosure.) At one point during the vaccine rollouts a few months ago, when it was next to impossible to leave and re-enter Canada (where Syrett resides) without a vaccine passport, the next thing you know he's over in Greece, away at his home away from home, despite his talk previous to this about being against taking the covid vaccines. Somehow he got around this, I suppose, by maybe taking swab tests in Canada and in Greece, or else he changed his stance on the vaccines (wouldn't surprise me) or else is a bull-shitter. There's a part of me that now thinks Syrett may be controlled opposition, working in cahoots with 'Coast to Coast' (i.e. more into offering mindless entertainment than anything else), and that he's maybe been 'gotten to.' But I still listen and continue to give him the benefit of the doubt, that he's a legitimate freedom-loving truth-seeker opposed to the NWO and not a poser, or a paid-off shill. (Questioning everything, here.)
  10. The recent feud between Neil Young and Joe Rogan seemed a little put-on to me, a sort of artificial drama akin to televised political debates that give the appearance of multiple talking heads being independent of each other when really behind the scenes they're in fact on the same page and might as well be one party. Although I'm not a fan of Rogan (anyone who follows Jan Irvin's work as I do will understand why), at least in this case he appears to be on the side of the common people. As for double-chinned geezer affluent neo-hippie scumbag Neil Young, I never liked his music, and he certainly comes across here in this Spotify incident as a pro-censorship, self-righteous stooge of the mis- and disinformation-spewing corrupt system. Just another dude in a long list of pseudo-cool and nominally maverick celebs who when push comes to shove and liberty is on the line reveal their true natures as useful idiots if not 'Lifetime Actors' working on behalf of the draconian establishment, despite their long-standing personae of appearing just the opposite in their lyrics, looks, and lifestyles. So much for strumming your guitar and singing like a moron in the free world. What a despicable phony.
  11. The Canadian Prime Minister has been at it once again, amidst this inspiring Freedom Convoy protest/movement happening in Canada, doing what he does best: demonizing groups of decent, hard-working Canadian citizens he doesn't like as being hateful bigots and racists, all for their standing on the side of freedom and opposing government tyranny. It's a tactic that quite frankly is getting a little tired and glaringly transparent. Why, even ones like Elon Musk, who I don't particularly care for, are speaking out in virtuous support of the truckers, which is admirable to see. There certainly appears to be a glimmer of hope for all true Canadian patriots who respect the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. As independent news sources covering the story on the ground and live on location have been reporting for a few weeks now, nationwide across Canada -- from scenes of Muslims toting placards to indigenous folks championing on these long-haulers -- citizens from all types of backgrounds have been showing their support for these heroes who have converged upon the nation's capital, standing in solidarity as a people united, in the face of those in power who get off on wanting to divide and conquer the country, in large part via the assistance of the government-owned legacy media, as in this case of the PM making it out to seem that this trucker convoy protest is the product of a 'fringe minority' comprised of sexists and xenophobic extremists. UTTER LIES! PURE STATE PROPAGANDA! Shame on BLM-supporter Justin Trudeau for ever appearing in blackface and for doing all he can to arguably become 'the' worst Prime Minister in Canadian history. (What little there is left of it.)
  12. For me, with regard to purity of faith, some denominations can be dismissed from consideration right at the outset, as with certain professing Christians. Televangelists, for starters. Transparently impure, most of these; profiteers in ministers' Sunday best. I would also include any others into the teaching of the purely unchristian Prosperity Gospel; good news straight out of the Human Potential circus. Any sky pilot manning a pulpit from inside a mega-church I would also be dubious of, if not count as most likely chaff among the wheat; the wheat in reference to the 'churchless' Body of Christ. 'Churchless,' to mean in this case not dependent on a physical church; meeting-places by which the laity may come together to compare clothing and to fulfill their interpersonal needs as social creatures. What we seem to have here is a process of elimination that only appears never-ending. When Christ returns will he come toting magnifying-glass and search lights? Upon skipping over the Vatican, how many sheep shall he find? Who shall be counted worthy? The stylite perched atop his pillar? I've always considered extremist ascetism in all its forms as pseudo-noble, which in my opinion would exclude the self-flagellating crypto-glutton, more into his whole wheat hoagies than holy bread from heaven. I speak this from a strictly detached, observational perspective, in attempting to answer the question posed by the thread-starter, with regard to Christian purity. I would guess there are many followers of Christ who would identify themselves as nondenominational. Like the pious woman who stays home alone on Sunday mornings, not to attend virtual church socials, but in order to refine her gift for glossolalia. Which brings me to the Pentecostals, neo-revivalists, and charismatics. No thanks. As a non-Christian, those professing to be part of Christ's church who impress me the most are those who: - read the Bible on a daily basis - are prayerful - acknowledge the Great Commission as paramount and more important than strictly the social gospel - are interested in eschatology - adhere to the Decalog - understand the importance of bodily (and not just spiritual) purity - don't have to be Israel-centric in their Christian worldview but at least do not speak wrongly of Jews - are not afraid to proclaim the unpopularity of certain scriptural teachings in the presence of nonbelievers This latter identifying mark, for me, impresses me the most. Either be a Christian (and as such live by the Bible's explicitly stated high moral principles), or don't. What is off-putting to me as one looking in on Christianity from the outside are those who profess to be believers but who water down the word to the point that they might as well be lapsers, worldlings, or outright covert wolves.
  13. Quite the opposite! As the covid vaccines do not contain blood (so it's said) their taking these would not conflict with their sectarian-trained consciences. In fact, among their various branch headquarters around the world (termed 'Bethels') JWs were among the first in line to receive the Covid vaccines as soon as they were made available and one source has said that at one of these branch facilities (which contains close to 2000 members) it is mandatory that all receive the vaccine/booster shots, being they live in what basically amounts to a commune, in close proximity to one another. So long as the vaccine does not contain blood it has been strongly encouraged from 'the Society' that non-Bethelite members (the far majority) also receive the vaccine and for them to not physically associate with ones who are unvaccinated as much as possible or even at all (I think as a coercion by shunning tactic). As far as Covid goes these people are as 'normie' as can be, totally buying into the official narrative hook-line-and-sinker. Generally speaking, they truly feel those in power have humanity's best interests at heart in this case and so gladly follow the Bible's instruction to 'obey Caesar' as it were if what is advised does not conflict with their religious teachings. They're also SO not into 'conspiracy theories'...save, of course, for the one about the whole world being under Satan's control which they would say is not a theory but a Bible-based fact. Go figure.
  14. Martin Luther, pioneer of the Protestant Reformation, certainly accomplished some creditable things. He saw right through the false doctrine of Purgatory as being nothing more than a money-grab scheme on the part of the clergy at the time. His efforts also saw to the Bible being made available to the common folk, aided by the invention of the printing press. Sadly, however, by the end of his life he had turned into a contemptible Jew-hater, something which is obviously not of God and totally at odds with biblical Christianity. This, just another example among many of the satanic hatred for Jews that has always existed since the beginning of recorded history, before the Protocols were ever written and attributed to some 'Jewish' cabal and prior to the creation of the Zionist state in 1948.
  15. Movie Title: The Lost Skeleton Of Cadavra Director: Larry Blamire Released: 2004 How well do you know the periodic table? If you've never heard of 'atmosphereum' then look no further than The Lost Skeleton Of Cadavra! I re-watched it this past weekend after having not seen it in years. Although by no means a favorite of mine, I feel it's good enough to recommend. This delightfully quirky flick is a send-up of those cheesy B pictures from the '50s. The acting in this is intentionally wooden and it's even shot in B&W for good measure. Basically, the story is set in a forested retreat and involves three sets of characters -- a humanitarian and his doting wife; a pair of humanoid space aliens who have just landed on Earth in their clunky shuttle; and a mad albeit gentlemanly scientist accompanied by a forest animal which has been transformed into a frisky young female companion -- each in search of this elusive element. Part sci-fi & creature feature, with an Ed Wood-like feel to it, the pic is subtly amusing and performances tongue-in-cheek. It's a decent enough diversion that features a slow-moving, animated skeleton as one of the monsters, out to control the world. With a dinner scene that's not to be missed.
  16. Correction: In my above post the incorrect Yello album was given for the song "Bostich (N'est-Ce Pas)." It's found on their Solid Pleasure release. (I went to edit this post but was unable to. I wish this board allowed for up to 24 or even 12 hours for a poster to make an edit, or what good is the feature?)
  17. The following is a list I've compiled of a variety of songs that all have one thing in common: they're fun. Some are mildly amusing or quaint, others are downright silly, and one in particular (which I shall mention last) has only been included as it's so outrageous & nondescript that it would be out-of-place on any thematic playlist, so it might as well be highlighted here. Titles are listed in alphabetical as opposed to preferential order... - "A Lap Dance Is So Much Better When The Stripper Is Crying" by Bloodhound Gang - "Banana Split For My Baby" by Louis Prima (off the Capitol Collectors Series release) - "Beep! Beep!" by Louis Prima (off the Capitol Collectors Series release) - "Bostich (N'est-Ce Pas)" by Yello (last [remix] track off the Claro Que Si release) - "Chug-A-Lug" by Roger Miller - "Closing Time" by Leonard Cohen - "Embraceable You - I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good" by Louis Prima/Keely Smith (off the Capitol Collectors Series release) - "Five Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days" by Louis Prima (off the Capitol Collectors Series release) - "Patricia The Stripper" by Chris DeBurgh - "Pinball Cha Cha" by Yello (off the Claro Que Si release) - "Singin' In The Bathtub" by John Lithgow (off the album of the same name, which is a hoot from beginning to end) - "Talkin' Karate Blues" by Townes Van Zandt - "Taxi Driver" by 3 Mustaphas 3 - "The Telephone Call" by Kraftwerk - "You You You You You" by The 6ths/Katherine Whalen - "Wimoweh" by Yma Sumac There's also several fun tracks that can be found on an album titled 25 All-Time Novelty Hits, featuring such memorable oldies as: - "Does Your Chewin' Gum Lose Its Flavor (On The Bedpost Over Night)" by Lonnie Donegan - "Junk Food Junkie" by Larry Groce - "Shaving Cream" by Bunny Bell - "Surfin' Bird" by The Trashmen - "They're Coming To Take Me Away Ha-Haa!" by Napoleon XIV These are just a few songs I've enjoyed over the years whenever I'm in the mood for something frivolous and/or goofy. Now for a song that is truly off the beaten track! I'm not sure it can even be called a song, more like a genre-defying vocal. It's not exactly radio-friendly, that's for sure. Whatever the case, this is by far 'the' most peculiar "song" I've ever come across: As one with an eclectic taste in music, I would have to name Vangelis as my favorite artist within the 'contemporary instrumentalist' genre. He started out though in a band called Aphrodite's Child. There is a "song" off their 666 album, titled as a symbol meaning "Infinity." It features actress Irene Papas at the mic. It is an offbeat recording, to say the least!
  18. Title: Exoconscious Humans Author: Rebecca Hardcastle Wright Published: 2021 After hearing Ms. Hardcastle Wright interviewed for this book, I knew I had to read it. As I sat listening to the interview, I was totally amazed by it, for here was a woman, who claims to be a close encounter experiencer, yet whose message is generally critical of transhumanism. Hitherto, I assumed that if you were in personal contact with alleged beings from outer space or other dimensions that you were most likely under the influence of anti-human techies or misanthropic spirits, creatures/entities out to transform man in order to mirror their own mechanical state (if extraterrestrial) or (if interdimensional) abject mentality. Perhaps it's not so bleak as all this. After all, we are told by some among the modern-day contactee community that there are beings in existence, either on other planets or in other realms, who are looking out for us and who see the transhumanist agenda unfolding and are thus warning their human contacts about it. If so, that is most encouraging, to anyone, non-contactee or otherwise, who values their humanity and freedom. I highly recommend this book, even if it is written by someone who professes to be an Experiencer. Its tone is scholarly, and it delves into all sorts of significant sub-topics: Agenda 21, CERN, chemtrails, 5G, IoT, crypto-currencies, nanotechnology, post-vaccine subdermal barcode quantum dot tag tattoos, etc. Kudos to Ms. Hardcastle Wright for putting together this material, for trying to get this vital information out there and to possibly reach the minds and hearts of those in or at the fringes of ufology. A few Christian authors have been trying to sound the alarm within their own communities and it's high time a voice in the wilderness be heard from the close encounter folks as well.
  19. What does that say about those abandoning these forums for social networking sites? Why this willingness on the part of so many digital immigrants to want to participate in the equivalent of a reverse brain drain? It's not like television where there's little choice as to the intellectual level of content that's available. This is what I find so perplexing and disturbing: This preference among so many grown-ups who would rather spend their time sharing trivialities with other like-minded doodlers than rise to the occasion of using their spare time wisely in more productive online interactions. The blame for the dumbing down of society can be put on the movers and shakers only so far. Sure, the technologists have been doing their part in designing devices where even the simple act of typing is looked down upon as an archaic inconvenience to be overcome by the heroic 'problem-solvers'; understandably, if all you know how to do is swipe, tap, pinch & reverse pinch, that kind of makes it difficult to input a message into a text box. Still, keypad or no virtual keypad, I see this more as a sad commentary on modern-day adulthood (a far cry from the admirably more literary & attentive mid-Victorian, Transcendentalists period), in which nowadays grownups, almost as impatient as society's youth, would rather upload endless mindless selfies than engage in an intellectually stimulating dialogue with a fellow board member. Heck, one social media site even imposes a limit on how many characters can be used in a message! There goes discussing Socrates and his daemon in any meaningful way. Not only has the digital revolution brought out the moron in the average citizen turned netizen, but the narcissist, as well. Really, what could be more self-absorbed than relating to others, often complete strangers no less, what you just had for lunch? Took a shit at 2. Should've been there. Massive. Nearly unflushable. Feel 2 lbs lighter. Felt a little sad as we parted ways. Will keep u posted when the next one drops. That's about the extent of it. This, today's idea of being up-to-date on current events. Here I'm reminded of a most delicious curmudgeon-y diatribe that the late, great Ray Bradbury penned, prior to the dawn of the Information Age, yet certainly even more applicable to our time. His essay "I'm Mad As Hell, And I'm Not Going To Take It Anymore! (The Millennium, That Is)" is quite the readable rant and, as I once told a public educator, one that I think ought to be required reading in every high-school classroom!
  20. An independent podcaster who I respect has said that the alt-media is largely controlled by intelligence agencies and that 90% of content is disinfo. He defines disinfo has being made up of something like 60% truth/40% untruth. When I first heard this it kind of surprised me but I can see how it probably makes sense as the powers-that-be, if they were smart, would try and have all the bases covered. I now tend to agree with this statement, even if I think the ratio is a bit off. Instead of 90% I'd place it more around 30-50%, but perhaps that's just the non-cynic in me, wanting to think the best of things. Incidentally, this guy has been taking a break from podcasting as he's personally discovered how holding unpopular opinions (those not considered mainstream according to unofficial alternative dogma) can make you an object of ridicule, even among an audience/fanbase that used to admire you prior to your about-face in thinking. I personally am wary of any podcaster/radio show host who acquires a large following and who may even be raking in the millions from his program. As well, as I've slowly been coming to realize in recent years, behind every appearing independent published researcher within the alt-media or so-called lunatic fringe there is often a questionable link to some elitist think tank, foundation, or institution, and in some cases even to globalist benefactors! Not everything is as it appears to be on the surface of things, whether within ufology or even among those who purport to be freedom-loving vigils out keeping watch on the machinations of the one-worlders. It is one thing I've always admired about David Icke. He puts the information out there for people to take or leave and has been willing to introduce/reject new/old information over time, regardless of how it is received.
  21. There was a time when I used to avoid documentary films like the 6 o'clock news, thinking all documentaries were boring. As with non-documentary films, admittedly, there are some, if not many, that are. In hindsight, however, I went onto realize that I thought this only because I was being exposed to dull, insipid docs as those shown in classrooms, which tend to put students to sleep. As it stands today, cinematic/nontheatrical documentaries are some of my most watched films. To choose a favorite among the hundreds I've seen would be difficult so I have gone with two titles that come immediately to mind, films which would make my Top 10 list of Favorite Documentaries if I were to actually sit down and compile one: Note: I use the term documentary film loosely here, as that which defines a film with little or no fictionalization and that does not necessarily involve news events, human-interest stories, or contain a social message. Kumare (2012). Directed by Vikram Gandhi. At one time in the West (in the 1960s, in particular), eastern mysticism was all the rage. As mentioned in this film, to this day yoga -- with its classes, studios, and accessories -- has grown into a profitable multi-billion-dollar industry. ('Pop-spirituality,' I think they call it.) Director Vikram Gandhi tells his story here, of being born & raised in the United States and witnessing East Indian beliefs & practices become quite popular with westerners, at a time when he was on his way to leaving his own Hindu religion behind. Wanting to understand this fascination with eastern mysticism among many of his fellow citizens, Vikram takes up the part of a bearded & robed guru (whom he dubs 'Kumare'), composing a catchy little ditty a la "Kumbaya" in the process. In no time, he goes onto attract a circle of followers, who look up to him as if some wise leader, a demigod. Little do these devotees initially realize that their beloved master is only an ordinary man who has traded in his street clothes for a swami-resembling appearance in order to teach them all a vital spiritual lesson. Along the way, the guru-pretender Kumare encounters various seekers who almost immediately regard the role-playing fellow with unquestioning admiration, from a supposed clairvoyant who claims she sees a positive aura encompassing him, to another person into the 'Law of Attraction.' Kumare even sits down with the co-leader of the Urantia movement for a chitchat. A documentary most didactic, I would think, for navel-gazers and those fond of the lotus position. Chronos (1985). Directed by Ron Fricke. Here's an exceptional motion-picture that stands apart from the hundreds upon hundreds of titles within the documentary genre -- and for that matter, within all of cinema! Quite unlike any other film in existence (save for Baraka and the first two installments of the Godfrey Reggio trilogy), watching this, as I do at least once a year, is for me akin to a profoundly moving, numinous experience. The first time I saw this, several years ago, it left an ever-lasting impression on me. Chronos is pure cinematic art, a nonverbal audio-visual masterpiece, that contains some truly awe-inspiring, unforgettable imagery and even some cool camera effects. It clocks in at only 45 minutes but feels like a slice of eternity. To say this film is timeless would probably be the most fitting description one could give it. Reggio's Koyaanisqatsi film/series is based on a Hopi word meaning "life out of balance." As with that picture, Chronos also comments on fast-paced modern societies (via intermittently utilized speeded-up film/time-lapse photography), with their so-called technological 'progress,' in contrast with the unchanging wonder of the natural world, which remains a sagacious constant in the grand scheme of things. For me, the aesthetically composed Chronos is also a part-commentary on the overall futility of the human experience here on Earth; this a fundamental yet basic observation shared by many and one that centuries ago was immortalized in the Bible (as recorded at Ecclesiastes 1:14). Accompanied by a hauntingly beautiful score by Michael Stearns, the deeply soulful Chronos is a perfect time-out from the stresses and hustle-and-bustle of everyday life; a film that arguably puts matters in their proper perspective and which probably appeals mostly to contemplatives the world over.
  22. A write-up of Greer that some here might find quite informative/revealing can be found online, titled Steven Greer's Disclosure Project And CSETI Scams Summarized by researcher Joel v.d. Reijden, posted on the "Institute For The Study Of Globalization And Covert Politics" website, a site which also has some very interesting pieces on "Coast to Coast AM" and the whole UFO field in general.
  23. Indeed, what Icke is doing in a film alongside the likes of Deepak Chopra, Steven Greer (ugh), and Foster Gamble (of "Proctor & Gamble" fortune) is beyond me.
  24. Spoken like a wannabe spacefaring transhuman, perhaps? Then again, this might be nothing more than a totally irrelevant, unfunny non-sequitur. Goes to show that 1000-plus posts does not necessarily always equate to intelligence and maturity. Wanted to defend my thoughtful post just this once.
  25. What initially drew me to David Icke's work was his vast knowledge as a researcher, primarily out to expose the conspiratorial Cabal. To this day, it is what keeps me following what he has to say with regard to this. I have never been all that interested in the more extramundane aspects of his message -- talk of chakras, creating one's own reality, and such -- as to me all this borders too much on (imported) eastern mysticism/New Thought philosophy; the latter of which I totally dismiss. My introduction to Icke in printed form was The Biggest Secret, in which is made the following remark of how cringe-inducing the term Master is for the author. Enter Rakorski (a.k.a. Rakoczi). This figure is believed to have been an Ascended Master, according to some occultists and the work of Alice Bailey. It's been said that this supposed Master Rakorski was in contact (on a psychic level) with Mr. Icke during his earlier days as a writer/lecturer, influencing some if not much of what was written in Icke's first two books: Truth Vibrations and Love Changes Everything. I have not read these nor do I care to. It seems to me that Icke has since moved on from this so-called 'turquoise period' although I do wonder whether he is or thinks he is still in communication with this being or any other inspirational force? In the film Renegade, Icke speaks of his experience meeting Betty Shine back in the early '90s and of some type of nonhuman intelligence or guiding force that entered his life at this time, that was said would always be with him. In my researching this figure Rakorski, I came across the following three articles, which can be found by doing a simple online search: 1. "Theosophical Sources of David Icke's Reptilian Theory" by David Livingstone 2. "Ask The Nuwaupians, Was David Icke One Of The Masters Who Guided The Pen Of Malachi York?" by Chuck Morgan 3. "David Icke and the New Age" by Tigger I personally don't know exactly what to make of all that is presented in these blogs/articles and would like to know what other 'Ickettes' on this board think of some of the stuff that's mentioned in these three pieces. Some questions which these articles consider are: - Are Reptilians linked to Theosophy? - Does Icke still receive special insights from St. Germain (and has he ever)? - The rainbow is a significant symbol within the New Age Movement. What to make of the magazine Rainbow Ark? - Was Icke ever an admirer of Alice Bailey? - Has Icke ever had anything to do with the Theosophical Society? Arizona Wilder is also mentioned in two of these three articles, which is quite interesting. I do know that by the time The Biggest Secret came along, it was as if Mr. Icke was beginning to remove himself from some if not a lot of what he earlier had been saying, in now cautioning readers to be wary of so-called Masters and channeled information which can be a form of mind control. This has not prevented some critics of Icke to continue referring to comments made in Icke's first two 'New Agey' books as somehow reflecting what he thinks thirty-plus removed from this period. Then there's Chris White with his 'davidickedebunked' material, which also takes to emphasizing Icke's earlier works, even after all this time. And still there are others who are critical of Icke for his participation in the movie Thrive: What On Earth Will It Take?, which these critics say has ties to New Age pioneer/globalist Barbara Marx Hubbard. As I stated at the outset, I could care less about what Icke has to say outside of his knowledge as a conspiracy researcher. Whether he receives downloaded insights from some cosmic information field or not doesn't concern me, although it would be interesting to know what the answer to this is. Anyone who has followed Mr. Icke's work since the publication of The Biggest Secret will know that he has repeatedly spoken out against (Luciferian) secret societies, the occult, the New Age, and the New World Order. Ah, yes, the New World Order. Enter some of his (Christian) critics, who offer a spin on the Hegelian Dialectic. Maybe, these ones say, the desired/intended solution of the ruling elite is not a dystopian global police state (this would be the reaction phase) as Icke and others have been warning about but rather its very opposite: namely, a coming 'enlightened' Age of Aquarius, one of spiritual evolution & consciousness expansion ... and with it a New Age/Interfaith Antichrist?
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