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The Crowhouse - Max Igan has good intuition, and stays abreast of current news, along with what he thinks is about to happen. His calm and somber demeanor makes him easy to listen to, and he always seems to bring at least some information I hadn't heard about.  

 

https://odysee.com/@thecrowhouse:2

 

I particularly like his take on history, past resets, Tartaria and The Great Mud Floods.

 

Everything is a Lie

 

 

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The word 'intellectual' conjures up ideas of some sort of high brow, erudite professor type but they aren't necessarily the most insightful people out there and the intellect is the left side of the brain so that's really only half of the equation. What you want is someone using both sides of their brain synergistically as that is real intelligence.

 

There are a lot of people out there now saying good stuff but the people who have got the span of knowledge that enables them to see events within a wider context of the conspiracy are people like david icke, james corbett and the UK Column guys. I also listen to Mark Passio a lot. Those guys have been in the game a long time and know how things fit into the bigger picture; they have that perspective.

 

You know who else is a very clever guy who really has his game screwed down tight? Ray Mears. His perspective of going back to basics and doing them well might prove prophetic as some of us try to diverge from the path to transhumanism that the elites are trying to lay out for us.

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2 hours ago, Macnamara said:

The word 'intellectual' conjures up ideas of some sort of high brow, erudite professor type but they aren't necessarily the most insightful people out there and the intellect is the left side of the brain so that's really only half of the equation. What you want is someone using both sides of their brain synergistically as that is real intelligence.

 

There are a lot of people out there now saying good stuff but the people who have got the span of knowledge that enables them to see events within a wider context of the conspiracy are people like david icke, james corbett and the UK Column guys. I also listen to Mark Passio a lot. Those guys have been in the game a long time and know how things fit into the bigger picture; they have that perspective.

 

You know who else is a very clever guy who really has his game screwed down tight? Ray Mears. His perspective of going back to basics and doing them well might prove prophetic as some of us try to diverge from the path to transhumanism that the elites are trying to lay out for us.

On the point of going back to basics. It’s probably worth finding the oldest person you can. Learn from them what they did to get by. Before the mass reliance on tech. I appreciate they struggled but necessity is the mother of invention. Totally agree about Ray Mears

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1 hour ago, Bombadil said:

On the point of going back to basics. It’s probably worth finding the oldest person you can. Learn from them what they did to get by. Before the mass reliance on tech. I appreciate they struggled but necessity is the mother of invention. Totally agree about Ray Mears

 

Yep. I went to some bushcraft meetup last weekend with my old man. I was a bit nervous as I haven't been camping for a while and I expected it to be full of old eccentric tree hugging types, but that wasn't the case, and it was the best weekend that I have had for a long time. I learned so many new techniques from them within a couple of days, and discussions around the campfire got pretty deep once the drinks started flowing.

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2 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Yep. I went to some bushcraft meetup last weekend with my old man. I was a bit nervous as I haven't been camping for a while and I expected it to be full of old eccentric tree hugging types, but that wasn't the case, and it was the best weekend that I have had for a long time. I learned so many new techniques from them within a couple of days, and discussions around the campfire got pretty deep once the drinks started flowing.

I practice a lot of Bush craft techniques. Always  Its a great way to connect with others. Sometimes working towards a shared and important goal. Realising the benefits of team work. Eating a meal foraged and cooked together. staying dry because you did a great job with your shelter etc. Many years ago bush craft had another name. Life

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Just now, Bombadil said:

I practice a lot of Bush craft techniques. Always  Its a great way to connect with others. Sometimes working towards a shared and important goal. Realising the benefits of team work. Eating a meal foraged and cooked together. staying dry because you did a great with your shelter etc. Many years ago bush craft had another name. Life

Its also a perfect way to bond with your children. Eventually, away from the internet and their phones, they forget how boring it is and suddenly realise how much they are enjoying themselves. Great way to bond and talk about the things that matter

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8 hours ago, Bombadil said:

On the point of going back to basics. It’s probably worth finding the oldest person you can. Learn from them what they did to get by. Before the mass reliance on tech. I appreciate they struggled but necessity is the mother of invention. Totally agree about Ray Mears

 

Imagine what would happen to the young ones if the Internet went down across the globe for a week.

 

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"The Mass Nervous Breakdown Heard Around The Globe".

 

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1 hour ago, Truthblast said:

 

Imagine what would happen to the young ones if the Internet went down across the globe for a week.

 

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"The Mass Nervous Breakdown Heard Around The Globe".

 

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When my girls annoy me I disconnect the internet outside. Poor things struggle

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On 8/4/2022 at 5:33 AM, Bombadil said:

Its also a perfect way to bond with your children. Eventually, away from the internet and their phones, they forget how boring it is and suddenly realise how much they are enjoying themselves. Great way to bond and talk about the things that matter

So next time you are going to Butch Craft with the kidz, could I tag along? It sounds real good. I sure could use some times like that, out in Nature with fire and talk about real stuff. (Can we talk "Lone Gunmen" too?)

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But back to the ? about who do I listen to/read, not necessarily "intellectuals"

Tessa Fights Robots -on Substack, cuz believe it or not there's intelligent women out there on substack and writing on REDUXX type sites

Mark Crispin Miller, actually I guess he is an "intellectual"

Russell Brand - I don't know exactly what he's doing but I never seem to turn off his vids before it's over so that's a sign for me

There's others I look at occasionally but these 3 are 2-3 x week.

 

Bernard Gunther and Jon Rappoport I could mention but I'd have to list the caveats... i'm sleepy now....zzzz

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4 hours ago, LupaM13 said:

So next time you are going to Butch Craft with the kidz, could I tag along? It sounds real good. I sure could use some times like that, out in Nature with fire and talk about real stuff. (Can we talk "Lone Gunmen" too?)

I wouldn’t mind at all. Immersing ourselves in nature is nectar for the soul. Real conversation happens. People relax. Some of the pressures of life ease for a while. With a clearer head solutions sometimes come easier.

The Lone Gunmen are always available to discuss. Three nerds fighting the big man.

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