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  1. I reckon youve always been on the right track GR Ive tried to avoid the jews subject because the rabbithole is endlessly deep. Its very depressing. I can only take so much depression The jewish problem is non stop depressing work and excavation
  2. India fighting to contain Nipah, a virus deadlier than COVID-19 By Lee Brown September 7, 2021 A 12-year-old boy has died in India of Nipah, a rare virus that is far deadlier than COVID-19 — and one that health officials have long feared could start a global pandemic. The unidentified boy died Sunday at a hospital in Kerala, the southern state already battling the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the hard-hit country, officials there said. MORE ON:PANDEMICS White House science adviser warns US not ready for future pandemics NYC unseats San Fran as city with most expensive rents July home sales climb 1 percent as prices skyrocket Newborn baby carried behind the coffin of unvaxxed mom who died of COVID-19 He had already visited two other hospitals before his death, putting him in contact with potentially hundreds of people — with up to 11 showing potential symptoms, NDTV reported. Previous outbreaks of Nipah, or NiV, showed an estimated fatality rate of between 40% and 75%, according to the World Health Organization, making it far more deadly than the coronavirus. ADVERTISEMENT “The virus has been shown to spread from person-to-person in these outbreaks, raising concerns about the potential for NiV to cause a global pandemic,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said. People in protective suits prepare to cremate the body of a 12-year-old boy who died of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India on Sept.5, 2021. AP Photo/Shijith. K More than 100 possible contacts of the boy have already been forced to isolate, with 48 of them being monitored in a hospital in Kerala. Officials will also be carrying out door-to-door surveillance and identifying secondary contacts. Health officials are urgently testing as many contacts as possible, with samples from the boy’s primary contacts — his family and health care workers — coming back negative. “That these eight immediate contacts tested negative is a great relief,” said the state health minister, Veena George. ADVERTISEMENT Health workers collect blood samples from a goat to test for the virus after a 12-year-old boy died of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India on Sept.7, 2021. AP Photo/Shijith. K Nipah virus was first discovered in Malaysia and Singapore in 1999 — an outbreak of nearly 300 human cases, with more than 100 deaths, the CDC noted. More than 1 million pigs were killed to help control the outbreak, causing a “substantial economic impact.” Complicating its detection, key symptoms are similar to those of COVID-19, including fever, cough, sore throat and difficulty breathing, the CDC noted. The infected often also suffer encephalitis, or swelling of the brain — and if they survive, often suffer persistent convulsions and even personality changes. The contagion can remain dormant in sufferers — who may get sick and possibly die from it “months and even years after exposure,” the CDC warned. ADVERTISEMENT There is no vaccine, and the only treatment is supportive care to control complications and keep patients comfortable. A health official stands outside the Kozhikode Medical College Hospital ward, which has been converted into a Nipah virus isolation ward, on Sept. 6, 2021, in Kozhikode, India. DeFodi Images via Getty Images Kerala dealt with a previous outbreak of Nipah in 2018, when more than a dozen people died. This time around, the concern is compounded by the fact that the state is already struggling to contain COVID-19. SEE ALSO White House science adviser warns US not ready for future pandemics Kerala on Monday registered nearly 20,000 COVID-19 infections — the vast majority of India’s daily total of 31,222. Nipah, meanwhile, can be “challenging” to detect “due to the non-specific early symptoms of the illness,” even though “early detection and diagnosis are critical to increase chances of survival ” and “to prevent transmission to other people,” the CDC has said. India Today warned its readers, “The nature of Nipah virus infection is such that if the outbreak spirals out of control, it could pose a bigger threat to public health than the coronavirus pandemic.” https://nypost.com/2021/09/07/india-fighting-to-contain-nipah-a-virus-deadlier-than-covid-19/
  3. The dinosaur hoax. Not 1 single dinosaur bone has ever been found. All those skeletons you see in museums are fake....just plaster or resin Humans are so easy to fool
  4. Imo, waste of time organizing stuff like that. Their objective is to force unvaxxed to stay in their homes 24/7 I ll bet my right arm it will come to that Finally they get sent to the camps never to be seen again But i do admire your posative and bright attitude
  5. Most of them dont care, or wont care until it is too late This describes australia at this point in time
  6. One of many ways to stop thinking
  7. All deaths are covid deaths You either die of the covid virus Or you die with the virus Your parashoot doesnt open you hit the ground at 250mph. When the corpse was tested....it tested posative. It was infected with the virus. The fact is....every single person on earth is infected with the covid virus You just need to turn up the magnification dial is all it takes
  8. The mongols took 2 old tech's...the bow & arrow (was around forever) and combined it with horses (been around forever)...and made a new strategy. Ride fast into arrow range, fire, and ride back out of arrow range...all within a few seconds. It worked
  9. If you have just 1 (one) high technology weapon your enemy doesnt have and has no answer to They are beaten
  10. For a machine to work perfectly all the component parts must work perfectly. Must be tuned perfectly Take away just one of those parts the machine grinds to a halt
  11. What is difficult? It is to build something from nothing It takes a lot of time effort money What is easy? To break it. Make it stop working
  12. The key to success in warfare is innovation and that innovation does not have to involve technical superiority. Success is innovative strategy, it's about doing something in a new way which the enemy cannot adapt to and then react to in sufficient time.
  13. The key to success in warfare is innovation and that innovation does not have to involve technical superiority. Success is innovative strategy, it's about doing something in a new way which the enemy cannot adapt to and then react to in sufficient time.
  14. The key to success in warfare is innovation and that innovation does not have to involve technical superiority. Success is innovative strategy, it's about doing something in a new way which the enemy cannot adapt to and then react to in sufficient time.
  15. Theres more of this transcript at the link Industrialization During the course of industrialization during the 19th century, far-reaching social changes occurred in the Western world. The extent of these changes has not yet been adequately understood. Aspects such as rural flight, mass impoverishment, orphanages, lack of hygiene in the cities and related epidemics are known in historical research, but these are only the effects of the Industrial Revolution. A more elusive topic has been the question what caused the massive technological upheavals of the 19th century. So far, the two most important questions have not been answered sufficiently: Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in England, and why precisely around 1800? If you break it down to its essence, the Industrial Revolution consisted of ground-breaking technological inventions that permanently changed social life, and enabled increasing automation of production. In particular, the development of the steam engine supposedly laid the foundation for the further development of electric and internal combustion engines, which form the foundation of today's society. The Industrial Revolution presents us with a conundrum. In terms of the official narrative, humanity bumbled along at a low state of development for thousands of years, only to suddenly undergo a massive leap in development within a few decades without any apparent external cause. To make matters even more absurd, since the end of the industrial age, mankind has again found itself in a period of technological stagnation - the supposed inventive spirit of Central Europe and Germany in particular, which historians say made industrialization possible, seems to have vanished. The role of the United Kingdom is central to understanding what was really behind the so-called Industrial Revolution. In historical research, it is commonly believed that the Industrial Revolution began as early as the mid-18th century-around 1760. In fact, however, little evidence can be found to support this claim. According to various historians (Cameron, Adams, McCloskey), there is no evidence of industrialization in contemporary literature as late as 1830. We must assume that the ruling forces backdated the course of the Industrial Revolution in order to somewhat defuse its explosive character - in fact, the "new" technological knowledge was unleashed on humanity within a few decades by a small elite operating primarily from Rome (Vatican), Venice, London and Washington. The true Industrial Revolution comes closest to what is commonly referred to in research as the "Second Industrial Revolution" - the phase of rapid industrialization beginning in 1860. What is being sold to us as inventions was, in all likelihood, a controlled release of technologies that were widely available and powered by free energy before the reset - free in the sense that everyone had direct access to the energy source. Only this time, the difference was that the technology was tied to scarce and hard-to-get resources, allowing the ruling powers to gain a monopoly on the production of goods. Since the Industrial Revolution, the world-wide generation and production of wealth has been controlled by a small group. Along with the control of the fiat money system through central banks, the scarcity of energy has been the most important element in controlling the masses. This process is reflected, for example, in the conflict between Tesla and Edison, or Tesla and Einstein. Tesla defended the holistic model of the old world, thinking in terms of energy, frequencies and vibration, and did not want energy production to end up in the hands of a few. When the industrialists (first of all J.P. Morgan), who at that time were responsible for building the energy monopolies, realized that Tesla's work was not suitable for the oppression of humanity, he was marginalized into oblivion. If in reality the Industrial Revolution did not take place until well after 1830, we are talking about a period of about 50 years - roughly 1850 to 1900 - during which the old knowledge was reintroduced in modified form. Not coincidentally, the first major World's Fair was held in London in 1851. Imperialism Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in England? Historians are in the dark, but the single deciding factor that set the British Empire apart from all other countries at the time was colonialism and imperialism. The British Crown controlled a large part of the so-called "New World." And the Crown, of course, stole not only labor and goods - as historians likes to portray - but the remaining knowledge from before the reset as well. And knowledge includes technologies. Officially, much of India's knowledge is said to have been wiped out by a genocide of Indian scholars and a series of invasions over the course of the last 1200 years, but evidence suggests that it was British colonialism that significantly mutilated India's culture. For example, one of the main activities of the "Asiatic Society of Bengal," officially founded in 1784 and under the patronage of Warren Hastings, was to systematically collect and preserve ancient manuscripts of India, as well as inscriptions in stone and metal, icons, or ancient coins. And Friedrich Max Müller, one of the founders of the Western academic field of Indian studies, was paid by the East India Trading Company to translate the Vedas, to distort them permanently and to create arbitrary dates. Thus, on December 9, 1867, he wrote to his wife: In a book titled "The Truth About Us: The Politics of Information and Society from Manu to Modi", Sanjoy Chakravorty shows that even the current understanding of the caste system was developed only during British colonial rule, at a time when the colonial powers' power over information was absolute. Anthropologist Susan Bayly noted, that... Even the pre-colonial written records in royal court documents and travelogues studied by professional historians and philologists such as Nicholas Dirks, G. S. Ghurye, Richard Eaton, David Shulman, and Cynthia Talbot make little or no mention of the caste system. But back to the United Kingdom - for India has been called the "Jewel in the Crown" for good reason. Michelle Gibson (insert URL: https://piercingtheveilofillusion.com/) writes: We can imagine that before the reset, the European countries had embassies in India and there was a lively cultural exchange of values and goods, which collapsed only in the wake of the cataclysmic events. A new European elite took advantage of the power vacuum created by the collapse of the advanced civilizations and transformed the formerly existing trade structures into all-consuming power apparatuses. This would also explain existing inconsistencies. For historical research has never been able to explain satisfactorily why the colonial powers only began to expand their rule over the colonies with brute force and blind missionary zeal a few hundred years after colonization. This so-called high imperialism began in 1850, with the suppression of the Indian rebellion of 1857 considered a key event. In 1885, the Congo Conference, held in Berlin at Bismarck's invitation, settled the effective division of Africa among the colonial powers. At the Congo Conference, the concept of state formation was applied to Africa and imposed on the continent, but thinking in terms of state boundaries and national identities was still fairly new in Europe as well. In 1884, the Washington Agreement enforced the worldwide time system according to "Greenwich Mean Time," which had been introduced in the British Empire in 1847. The role of the German Empire in relation to imperialism was primarily to denounce human rights violations, to establish legal foundations, and to keep in check the colonial superpowers that were committing inconceivable atrocities in the colonies. However, in the course of falsifying history after World War 2, German imperialism is nowadays usually portrayed in a negative light. Based on this lie, the German colonies were divided among the other colonial powers after WW1. To outline the research of colonialism expert Bruce Gilley: Most of the official history of colonialism between 1500 and 1800 is probably largely fabricated, which includes the notion that the Spanish were responsible for the impressive South American architecture, or that the British rebuilt India from the ground up. This is all a lie. Instead, sometime between 1700 and 1850, a worldwide cataclysm occurred by which the unified culture broke apart and most knowledge about free energy and high culture was lost. People were collectively thrown into a dark age in which they began to focus on survival and experienced a period of suffering and deprivation. The now dominant power elite, upon coming to power, reintroduced some parts of the old knowledge to change society in a way that suited them; this time period is known to us as the Industrial Age. This power elite has its roots in the Roman Empire. The countries of the Western Roman Empire gradually became huge economic and warlike nations: Italy, Venice, Portugal, Spain, France, Britain, the Netherlands. The first financial center was established in Venice (which was later moved to Switzerland). All those who did not want to submit to the Church were killed or fled towards "Germania". The approach of the church corresponds to the tactics of the Roman conquests. The church then divided the territory and set up its own administrators in these areas. The subsequent emergence of the high nobility, all of them loyal to the church, can be attributed to this. The Roman army was at one point dissolved and divided into knightly orders. Germany, as a stronghold of Protestantism, was able to resist these ecclesiastical forces a little longer, but was also taken over at some point, as was the Moscovite Tartary (the former empire of the Scythians), which was taken over by Russia. Since then, the European powers have all been controlled from behind the scenes by the cabal, and they managed to make it look like Britain, Germany, France, Portugal, Spain and Russia were competing with each other, but they were actually working together. The Hohenzollern and Orange-Nassau noble families simultaneously controlled Britain, the Netherlands, the German Empire, as well as the Russian Tsarist Empire. The Habsburgs, funded by the Fuggers, controlled Central Europe, the Vatican and parts of Western Europe. So the Russian Tsarist Empire was already in the hands of the cabal, moving from Prussia to Russia, and Russian history was written in the 18th century by western European academics, who also occupied the most important positions in the newly founded Russian Academy of Sciences. The Russian Empire was then deployed to destroy the great Tartar Empire. The heart of the darkness lay in Western Europe. It was a race against time, for most of the world was just recovering from the reset, and all the Europeans had to do was get a few of their people on ships, get them quickly to the ruined kingdoms, kill or expel or manipulate the rulers, and proclaim a new political system. The Japanese Seclusion Edict (reportedly from 1636) stated the following: Thus began a social epoch in Japan known today as "Sakoku" - the voluntary isolation of Japan from all Western powers. It was not until 1853 (two years after the first World's Fair in London) that the West actually succeeded in turning Japan away from its peaceful, self-sufficient life: This was just a few years after the same forces had destroyed ancient China in what is now known as the Opium Wars. The same old game over and over again. It is important to realize that everyone in China and Japan hated Catholics because Catholicism was used as a weapon to weaken their countries culturally before the British also took over the political structures. Until the 1840s, China and Japan were defending themselves quite successfully. Even back then, Vatican-controlled Catholicism had nothing to do with genuine Christianity. Rather, the Vatican was used to infiltrate genuine Christianity. Michelle Gibson: The Emperor of the Roman Empire became the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church. The famous Papal Bull Unam Sanctam, supposedly dating back to the Middle Ages, was intended to cement the absolute rule of the Pope. The last sentence of this bull reads: Thus the Pope legitimized himself as the sole representative of God on earth. The so-called "heretical" Christian communities, such as the Albigensians and Cathars, condemned the papacy as the church of the Antichrist and considered themselves the successors of the true Christian heritage, which, however, was allowed to continue only in secret. Papal Catholics were accused, among other things, of being responsible for the mysterious fires that destroyed entire cities: The monument in the City of London about the London fire of 1666 still read until 1830, "The most terrible destruction of this city; begun and carried on by the treachery and wickedness of the papal faction." Western historians confused Jesuit Catholicism with Christianity and accused Japan and China of blindly hating all Christians, while omitting all facts proving the obvious interference of the Jesuits and the Catholic Church in foreign affairs. Thus, regarding the reshaping of the Chinese chronology, we read the following from Uwe Topper in "The Great Forgery Event": With this rewriting of the chronology, the Jesuits laid the groundwork for the British takeover of China in 1842. Not only Christianity, but also Islam and Judaism, were sooner or later used to control the masses. Because of the nature of the rewrite, we do not even know if the general timeline of events prior to these wars in the name of imperialism is true. The timeline for many events around the world was artificially extended to give more credence to the idea of a centuries-long process of colonization and to distract from the fact that until the reset, there was a unified civilization of multiple, independent cultures that traded peacefully with each other. The supposedly new technological knowledge was introduced worldwide in the course of the 19th century, first and foremost in Western Europe and the Americas. An important role in the reintroduction of the old technologies (in the new guise of energy scarcity) was played by the World's Fairs. From 1851 onwards, countless world exhibitions were held. Today this tradition still exists in the form of the Expos, but in principle they no longer play a role, since there have been no real technological breakthroughs since the 2 World Wars, with the exception of information technology, which is being deliberately developed to bring the dystopian vision of transhumanism to the world. It can be said that with World War 1, not only classical architecture but also innovation disappeared from the world. Before industrialization, there was only one form of sophisticated architecture in the world. Known today as historicism, or revival architecture, because according to the official narrative, virtually all of these buildings were created only in the 19th century, supposedly as a recourse to ancient Greco-Roman architectural trends (neo-Gothic, neo-Renaissance, neo-baroque, etc.). The basic principles of these buildings were always the same and their quality unrivaled. Is this uniform architecture an indication of a unified civilization that only recently broke up into individual kingdoms or nation-states? Even in Japan there were these Greco-Roman classical buildings before 1900, although Japan was still completely isolated from the outside world until around 1850, and even after that, after the British had forcibly conquered Japan, it only slowly and hesitantly opened up to the West. The German chronology critic Christoph Pfister writes in his book "The Matrix of Ancient History" about the chronological dating of European building culture: In other words, the "colonization" of the world did not take place until 1700 at the earliest, but was backdated by the falsifiers of history on behalf of the imperial powers. Imperialism developed as a reaction to an event, possibly a war or a natural disaster, which wiped out the old (so-called ancient) world and left a (power) vacuum. Western Europe managed to emerge from this vacuum as a winner. Imperialism was a kind of worldwide raid by the Western European powers to grab the countries of the world that had been devastated by the catastrophe. The conflicts between the individual colonial powers (Spain, Portugal, England, Germany, etc.) that have been handed down historically are part of the game of hide-and-seek played by the European power elite organized in secret societies and shadow organizations, but these conflicts took place only on a superficial political level - because, as is the case today, public decision-makers were rarely privy to the real plans. Let us now look at the story of two buildings: New York Pennsylvania Station – Wikipedia Penn Station in New York, built between 1904 and 1910. Demolished in 1963 - because the building was dirty and the maintenance costs could allegedly no longer be met. Built in the Greco-Roman style. Ada Louise Huxtable wrote in the New York Times in 1963: Erie County Savings Building, built in 1893 in the Neo-Romanesque style. https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=https://s3.amazonaws.com/bncore/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Chronicles-combo-pic.jpg&f=1&nofb=1 We read about the demolition of the Erie County Savings Bank Building in 1968 in the Buffalo Evening News: Western New York Heritage Press If we look at the bigger picture, the two world wars appear in a new light. The colonization of the world took place later than we are told - only in the 1700's. By the early 1900's most of the world was under the control of the Eropean Elite-controlled colonial powers - primarily England, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Portugal, Russia, Italy. These nations were all already infiltrated by secret societies. Then, with the two world wars, European culture itself was largely destroyed, and as a result, people were deprived of the ability to remember - the wars created a collective trauma that made it difficult to connect with the pre-war period. If we look at the earliest photographs from the former colonies - particularly India - we see a world in ruins and people who are not suited to the structures in which they live. These photos resemble 18th- and 19th-century landscapes of Europe. If we ignore the official timeline for a moment, we can entertain the thought that our world was laid in ruins not too long ago, and that this event allowed parasitic forces to establish a New World Order. This New World Order is still in the making, and has as its goal the complete uprooting of man from his being and his history. The 19th century saw the conquest of the last part of the Tartar Empire by the Russian Empire. The "Independent" or "Free Tartary", as it was called on the old maps, was located until about 1870 directly east of the Caspian Sea, in the territory of today's Uzbekistan with cities like Samarkand and Bukhara. However, Tartary is not mentioned in the official history of Uzbekistan. Anatoly Fomenko writes on the subject of Independent Tartary: A few decades later, the Soviets, on behalf of the cabal, destroyed large parts of the Central Asian remnants of the old world in the name of communism. The first Anglo-Afghan War, the settlement of New Zealand and Australia, and the gold rush in the American West also fall within this period.
  16. This the link for text and the video https://stolenhistory.net/threads/stolen-history-part-2-the-destruction-of-the-old-world.5458/
  17. Hello everyone - we are proud to present our first 'real' video documentary of our "Stolen History" series (part 1 was mostly an introduction). Many thanks to @David Glenney and @Sovereine for narrating. This documentary has already been published in the german language a couple weeks ago, and now it's also available in english. If you want to support our work on the documentary, you can do so on Patreon. We have a professional video producer who works on this next to his full-time job. Please subscribe to our new, separate, docu channel. View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrc6-Zjarbw Mirror on our main Youtube channel - Bitchute Mirror Here is the entire video transcript: The Destruction Of The Old World Collective Memory "And now the mythless man, eternally hungry, stands among all pasts, digging and burrowing for roots, be it that he had to dig for them even in the remotest antiquities. To what does the tremendous historical need of the unsatisfied modern culture, the gathering around of countless other cultures, the consuming desire for recognition, point, if not to the loss of the myth, to the loss of the mythical home, the mythical womb?" "Without myth, however, every culture loses its healthy creative power..." - Friedrich Nietzsche, The Birth of Tragedy from the Spirit of Music The most pressing problem of man today is the loss of meaning. Meaning is rooted in the past. When knowledge of the past fades, so does the meaning of life. Today's man does not know where he comes from, who he is, and where he is going. He has become a pawn in the hands of powers that can direct him at will. Uprooted from his past, there is no foundation. And without a foundation based on reality, there is no way to develop an objective understanding of the world. Only the way back to one's roots gives meaning back to life. Epigenetics - the study of heritable changes in gene expression that are not directly encoded in our DNA - suggests that our life experiences (such as hardships, traumatic experiences, etc.) are passed on to subsequent generations. Mythological and religious traditions go even further and speak of a collective memory. Already in the Vedas (the holy scriptures of Hinduism) a kind of universal memory is mentioned. The Sanskrit word "Akasha" stands for heaven, space or ether and, according to the Eastern wisdom tradition, refers to the most subtle of the five elements from which everything else was created. Thus, according to Indian mythology, all thoughts that have ever been thought and all deeds that have ever been performed are stored in this information field, which is also expressed in the legendary palm leaf libraries of India and Sri Lanka. The conception of a world memory also exists in the occidental culture. We can find similar references in the Bible, for example when the book of Isaiah speaks of a "memory book". So we can assume that all experiences of our ancestors still exist - in an energy field invisible to us (until around 100 years ago the ether was still a standard concept in physics to explain the properties of invisible space), and even if today we are largely disconnected from our past, the experiences have not disappeared, but are only buried. Accordingly, it must be possible for us to reconnect with our past if we lift the veil and allow the memories to surface again. In order to access collective memories, a collective effort is required to a certain degree; an individual alone is not able to break through the amnesia. There are images that are so strongly charged with meaning that people are inexplicably drawn to them - the world's religions draw to some extent on such images, albeit in extremely destructive ways. Myths and fairy tales also contain such images. The more a myth is charged with meaning, the more important was its role in our past. By the radiance of a myth we can already recognize its importance for mankind - if we allow it, let ourselves be touched by it. For example, the Flood has burned itself into our collective memory, but so have the stories of giants, dragons or malicious witches. The more we humans abandon these mythical images, the more we alienate ourselves from our own past and thus from our own being. This process of self-alienation began with the so-called Age of Enlightenment. Immanuel Velikovsky writes: In recent centuries, great efforts have been made to make us humans forget where we come from and who we are. The destruction of the old knowledge of physics and biology was particularly powerful in uprooting us. Einstein and Darwin represent the inversion of the old knowledge into a nihilistic worldview; with man as a meaningless, random something, adrift in an endless and cold universe. These anti-life models about reality were perfected only recently - in the 19th century - and could even fully prevail only in the 20th century - too great was the resistance even in academic circles of the early 20th century. The so-called Big Bang theory is a good example to understand how religious-esoteric concepts entered science. The Belgian Jesuit and priest Georges Lemaitre created the Big Bang theory - not on the basis of scientific facts, but on the basis of a religious conviction, a notion of a primordial or cosmic seed from which everything evolved. At that time, the Jesuits were given the task of embedding the myths of the origin of the world in a scientific-sounding framework. A few decades later, in 1951, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences accepted the Big Bang theory. This long wait for the Pope's acceptance was not due to opposition from the Church, but from the general public - after all, the Big Bang theory originated from the hands of the Vatican itself. Ironically, the irrational Big Bang theory is still part of our modern worldview, and still not a single proof has been presented. The nihilistic and mechanistic world view, represented by Rosseau and other so-called masterminds of the "Enlightenment", could only flourish on the breeding ground of industrialization. After all, industrialization turned man into a mechanical being who was reduced to material aspects. Industrialization must be seen as a turning point, and as the most notable event that is still comprehensible and visible to us today, as a result of a reset in the 18th or early 19th century. This reset followed an event that also brought about the so-called mud flood - all over the world, the buildings of the old world were partially submerged in the earth, and the former first floors were thus usually converted into cellars. Little is known about the cause of the mud flood, possible is a world war we don't remember or an electromagnetic plasma event. Velikovsky again on this: According to biologist Rupert Sheldrake, collective memory is "inherent to nature" - living systems have a collective memory of all past experiences of the entire species, this memory exists in an invisible but real energy field. Our collective memories are still there, but since the dawn of modernity they mainly break through in supposedly fictional stories, e.g. in Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings" universe. Tolkien wrote down his story, rooted in Germanic mythology, during the First World War - at exactly the time that can be recognized as the final destruction of the old, magical world. World War 1 marked the beginning of the civilizational descent into soulless modernity. Perhaps Tolkien had to write down his vision of Middle Earth because the human psyche cannot survive without a connection to reality. Even if this connection is maintained via supposedly fictional stories. It is interesting to note in this context, that fantasy stories are also an invention of the industrial age - it was only around 1850 that fictional novels became suitable for mass consumption. Could it be that people were not interested in immersing themselves in dissociative worlds at all as long as life itself was full of meaning and conveyed a higher purpose? The more hostile and cold our society becomes, the stronger becomes the urge to escape into imaginary worlds, and as these imaginary worlds are fed by our collective memories, it is this repressed energy which breathes life into them. With the destruction of religions by so-called science founded by secret societies, people were deprived of one of the last connections to the past. But the truth wants to come to light again and it will eventually resurface. Enormous efforts are being made to keep humanity asleep, because our potential and true power is almost limitless.
  18. I am hoping this truck strike is a flop If the masses suddenly get active rioting stealing killing burning stuff down it could very well backfire on them Permanent 24hr lockdowns a probability
  19. Latest from max igan The Crowhouse Only 2 trucks showed up and the truckies caved after one hour and the cops moved them out of the state.... i cannot fucking believe it.... so disappointed.... we need to organise better and DO THIS!!! .... Gutted
  20. Strikes only work against the company employee IV the strikers you dumb fool. Do you not understand that the occupied government WANTS us to stop working? Do you not realize that they want the economy to crash? A nationwide strike would accomplish one thing and that is putting 300 million people into an unprecedented famine and the power elite who are faking this pandemic would laugh themselves hysterical at how dumb the people are. Only an NWO shill would want the people to stop working and trucks to stop supplying stores.
  21. Strikes only work against the company employee IV the strikers you dumb fool. Do you not understand that the occupied government WANTS us to stop working? Do you not realize that they want the economy to crash? A nationwide strike would accomplish one thing and that is putting 300 million people into an unprecedented famine and the power elite who are faking this pandemic would laugh themselves hysterical at how dumb the people are. Only an NWO shill would want the people to stop working and trucks to stop supplying stores.
  22. Eric claptons new song Sounds like hes pissed off a bit This has gotta stop Enough is enough I can't take this BS any longer It's gone far enough If you wanna claim my soul You'll have to come and break down this door I knew that something was going on wrong When you started laying down the law I can't move my hands I break out in sweat I wanna cry Can't take it anymore This has gotta stop Enough is enough I can't take this BS any longer It's gone far enough If you wanna claim my soul You'll have to come and break down this door I've been around Long long time Seen it all And I'm used to being free I know who I am Try to do what's right So lock me up and throw away the key This has gotta stop Enough is enough I can't take this BS any longer It's gone far enough If you wanna claim my soul You'll have to come and break down this door Thinkin' of my kids What's left for them And then what's coming down the road The light in the tunnel Could be the southbound train Lord, please help them with their load This has gotta stop Enough is enough I can't take this BS any longer It's gone far enough If you wanna claim my soul You'll have to come and break down this door This has gotta stop Enough is enough I can't take this BS any longer It's gone far enough If you wanna claim my soul You'll have to come and break down this door (This door) (This door) (This door) (Break down this door) (This door) (This door) (This door) (Break down this door)
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