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2 hours ago, RobSS said:

 

IMO, what's coming is going to be completely new. I know we have a fake r/l political reality, but the idea of an ideal right or left is a way of thinking that's a hangover from the past and won't return. The increasingly energised vortex has a centre. As we go through, it'll be like a day in which the earth stands still in time. It won't be until we emerge from that, that we'll begin to find out what lies on the other side. Reality will start going in reverse, as all the witchcraft and sorcery that's turned this world upside down will have been turned off. I spend my time being in constant awe and wonder at it all.

 

right here rob ^

 

you talk about being in awe and wonder of the eschaton as if it is some sort of independent process that is simply occuring like some sort of mechanical cosmic process whose time has come

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12 hours ago, RobSS said:

In literature, I like anything related to the Arthurian legends, and not quite in same genre, Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, because it's still about archetypes and myth, which would also include most folk tales.

 

i saw a piece in the daily mail today that might interest you:

Legend of King Arthur revealed: Experts decode seven pages of a 700-year-old manuscript - one of the earliest of its kind - telling the story of Camelot, including a romance between Merlin the Magician and the enchantress Viviane

  • The fragments of parchment were discovered in 2019 in a library in Bristol
  • They had been recycled into the bindings of four volumes of French philosophy
  • Experts from Bristol and Durham have revealed damaged sections of the text
  • They believe that the work inspired modern retellings of Arthurian legends
  • Yet the older work contains subtle but significant differences, the team said 

By Ian Randall For Mailonline

Published: 10:07 EDT, 2 September 2021 | Updated: 12:23 EDT, 2 September 2021

Fragments of a hand-written medieval manuscript telling the story of Merlin the Magician from the legend of Camelot have been translated into English.

The text tells of battles between King Arthur and King Claudas, as well as the romance between Merlin and Viviane — sometimes known as 'the Lady of Lake'.

The seven pieces of parchment date back some 770 years, and were discovered in 2019 among the University of Bristol’s Special Collections Library by researchers trawling though the ancient tomes.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9950759/King-Arthur-Experts-decode-seven-pages-700-year-old-manuscript-telling-story-Camelot.html

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5 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

so you don't do it because you don't see enough people doing it and as a result it never begins

 

that is called a self fulfilling prophesy and its used to rationalise away all kinds of action

 

it could start with a pot plant or a window box and learning from some youtube videos

 

then there are community garden projects, off griding, woofers and hydroponics for indoor growing

 

it has to start somewhere though

 

Mate, I spend a lot of my time criticizing those that would like to abolish private property, but I can see that I'm in a minority when it comes to people that speak out against the red menace.

 

Whether you take the political route, or the localism route, either way you're going to need support and representation.

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15 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

right here rob ^

 

you talk about being in awe and wonder of the eschaton as if it is some sort of independent process that is simply occuring like some sort of mechanical cosmic process whose time has come

 

Independent process? Not sure where you get that from or what you mean! Please clarify and I'll let you know if that's what I was thinking.

 

I didn't say I was in awe and wonder of anything specific. I was just speaking in general terms about the creation, which is wonderful and awesome. Why don't you ask for clarification on what another persons thinks?

 

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On 8/26/2021 at 6:36 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

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Exactly, SP. Just because they already have a lot of power, that doesn't mean they don't want more. They're total supremacists that want the world to themselves.

 

And yes, they have been very open about their plans if you know where to look. The problem is well poisoners have made people look in the wrong direction. People have been trained to only think about BS, like "muh NATIONAL Socialists wanted to take over the world", even though their plan was just to smash Communism in the East.

 

Meanwhile the INTERNATIONALIST Communists with the support of Capitalists actually have been planning to take over the world, and they have nearly won.

 

The History Channel watching simpleton will say "but Germany invaded Poland", while turning a blind eye to Communists doing the same.

 

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Yup.

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12 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

i saw a piece in the daily mail today that might interest you:

Legend of King Arthur revealed: Experts decode seven pages of a 700-year-old manuscript - one of the earliest of its kind - telling the story of Camelot, including a romance between Merlin the Magician and the enchantress Viviane

  • The fragments of parchment were discovered in 2019 in a library in Bristol
  • They had been recycled into the bindings of four volumes of French philosophy
  • Experts from Bristol and Durham have revealed damaged sections of the text
  • They believe that the work inspired modern retellings of Arthurian legends
  • Yet the older work contains subtle but significant differences, the team said 

By Ian Randall For Mailonline

Published: 10:07 EDT, 2 September 2021 | Updated: 12:23 EDT, 2 September 2021

Fragments of a hand-written medieval manuscript telling the story of Merlin the Magician from the legend of Camelot have been translated into English.

The text tells of battles between King Arthur and King Claudas, as well as the romance between Merlin and Viviane — sometimes known as 'the Lady of Lake'.

The seven pieces of parchment date back some 770 years, and were discovered in 2019 among the University of Bristol’s Special Collections Library by researchers trawling though the ancient tomes.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9950759/King-Arthur-Experts-decode-seven-pages-700-year-old-manuscript-telling-story-Camelot.html

 

Thanks for sharing that, what a great find!

 

 

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On 8/20/2021 at 6:15 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

Just made a new account on Twitter, mainly to follow tech and surveillance developments. My second follower is from some Moldbug dark enlightment dude. What the hell is that? It's hard to just be normal trad nationalist these days without folks trying to channel you into some weird pipeline. If it's not the NazBols it's some other weird esoteric shit.                                   

 

I just noticed "you can't cuck the Tuck" Carlson recently interviewed Moldbug. Let's hope he doesn't start banging on about "the Cathedral".

 

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