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12 hours ago, TheConsultant said:

At no point did I say all education and everything within it is wrong, or laughable. We aren't that dumb, yet. 

 

Ok, but that's exactly what Alexa was implying by telling me the Satellite Control Room I visited at my company was all fake and the equipment was all fake and so my job is fake and even though I'm doing it daily, I've been taught fake physics, fake astronomy, fake rocket launches.

 

Then when I pointed out the stupidity of such a statement, you told me to get a deeper understanding of our education systems - which suggests you agree with Alexa.

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13 hours ago, pi3141 said:

 

Ah ok.

 

 

Well the geologists tell us they find rocks and stuff thats millions of years old but the Bible and the the hardcore conspiracy believers tell us the Earth is 6000 years old because thats what the Bible says.

 

Which do you think is true - are the university educated geologists telling us the truth about our history or is the Earth 6000 years old?.

 

 The pyramids of egypt are older than 6000 years as is much of the recent middle eastern archeology found.

The bible is a cobbled together mass of contradictions from many time zones with lots of errors of translation thrown in. Its largely based on egyptian beliefs, which in turn came from earlier civilisations. Nothing is as it seems. All will be revealed soon. The canal is collapsing.

 

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50 minutes ago, RobinJ said:

 The pyramids of egypt are older than 6000 years as is much of the recent middle eastern archeology found.

The bible is a cobbled together mass of contradictions from many time zones with lots of errors of translation thrown in. Its largely based on egyptian beliefs, which in turn came from earlier civilisations. Nothing is as it seems. All will be revealed soon. The canal is collapsing.

 

 

Agreed. 

 

The book of JOB from the Bible could be 8000 years old, it is considered the oldest literature, many of the Old beliefs found their way through Egypt and into Christianity.

 

The Sermon on the Mount was originally given in Egypt before Jesus supposedly spoke those words.

 

It traces back to Sumeria and beyond.

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20 hours ago, pi3141 said:

On a clear night you can go out and look up to the sky and see the Starlink satellites, some nights you can see the MIR space station with your own eyes, if you don't believe what you see with your own eyes, we'll ok then.

 

And also on a clear night you can witness the stars moving in the firmament.

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40 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

 

Agreed. 

 

The book of JOB from the Bible could be 8000 years old, it is considered the oldest literature, many of the Old beliefs found their way through Egypt and into Christianity.

 

The Sermon on the Mount was originally given in Egypt before Jesus supposedly spoke those words.

 

It traces back to Sumeria and beyond.

 

And also in Isaiah, it gives witness to Jesus Christ 500 years before he was born.

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5 hours ago, pi3141 said:

 

Ok, but that's exactly what Alexa was implying by telling me the Satellite Control Room I visited at my company was all fake and the equipment was all fake and so my job is fake and even though I'm doing it daily, I've been taught fake physics, fake astronomy, fake rocket launches.

 

Then when I pointed out the stupidity of such a statement, you told me to get a deeper understanding of our education systems - which suggests you agree with Alexa.

No, I do not agree with Alexa (on that specific comment). My point was entirely my own not part of someone elses comment otherwise I would have probably quoted Alexa as well as "liked" her comment. 

Crossed wires

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On 7/11/2023 at 8:22 PM, Macnamara said:

freemasonic square in the logo:

 

verizon.jpg

How is this Mac? Can't even a square be innocent?... So, Why this? Just asking.

 

Not certain why Verizon is being mentioned, but since it is.... here might look useful for something ?... (well, for retail patrons anyway. pfft)

https://talkradionews.com/who-owns-verizon-media-not-what-you-think/#r

 

or maybe not now I've seen this...>>

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Talk Radio News is a team dedicated to consumers. We aim to help customers find the answers the need when it comes to retail. TalkRadioNews is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com

Any fricking radio can be called TALK RADIO, it's confusing..  And AMAZON, that's all they can think about I guess.. 

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6 hours ago, alexa said:

 

And also on a clear night you can witness the stars moving in the firmament.

You can’t though, can you. Learn some trigonometry and basic precession. Precession is easily observable and recordable, It will not work in a firmament, unless of course the firmament is billions of light years in size and ever expanding.

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1 minute ago, Bombadil said:

You can’t though, can you. Learn some trigonometry and basic precession. Precession is easily observable and recordable, It will not work in a firmament, unless of course the firmament is billions of light years in size and ever expanding.

Plus movement of planets and stars and every other observable object in the night sky.

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6 hours ago, alexa said:

And also on a clear night you can witness the stars moving in the firmament.

 

So the stars are IN the firmament? I thought the stars was light reflecting off the water the firmament holds back.

 

Have I read my Bible correctly - the firmament holds back the waters in what some call space - right?

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1 hour ago, Bombadil said:

unless of course the firmament is billions of light years in size and ever expanding.

 

Sorry Bom, but It is, as the earth has no ends, it goes on & on to infinity. I know this is tough one for most to get their head around so I'll leave it at that, as I don't wish to derail this thread.🙂

 

 

 

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50 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

 

So the stars are IN the firmament? I thought the stars was light reflecting off the water the firmament holds back.

 

Have I read my Bible correctly - the firmament holds back the waters in what some call space - right?

 

The 33% Freemason's are well ahead of the game, they know all this is true.

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13 hours ago, Certified Green of Heart said:

How is this Mac? Can't even a square be innocent?... So, Why this? Just asking.

 

Not certain why Verizon is being mentioned, but since it is.... here might look useful for something ?... (well, for retail patrons anyway. pfft)

 

the corporations don't just put random shapes in their logos for no reason. once you have a basic grasp of occult symbology and numerology you can begin to see occult influence in many corporate logos

 

verizon is involved in the 5G roll out i was speaking about above so i posted their logo to bridge what i was talking about (the creation of a 'smart grid') to the secret society network, which this thread is about because the whole smart grid agenda is coming from the secret society network. freemasonry forms perhaps the most important umbrella group of the secret society network

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Fair enough Mac. Sounds logical enough (eta :- considering what we're dealing with which are the big players).

 

In some sectors of the smaller market in less corporate environments, you just get playful creativity I guess to a degree, but yes where Big Corps are concerned, I can well believe it's ALL contrived just as they want it. Enough said.

 

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13 hours ago, alexa said:

 

Sorry Bom, but It is, as the earth has no ends, it goes on & on to infinity. I know this is tough one for most to get their head around so I'll leave it at that, as I don't wish to derail this thread.🙂

 

 

 


Got to admire your tenacity Alexa!...😊 Windows say Fill, Fit, Centre, Span, Tile, and Stretch 😉..... Although Windows can kiss my ass, I hope in a genuine way every one can get to their fit, even when nothing out there seems to be one size fits all, hehe (either here on Earth or in the Cosmos)

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14 hours ago, alexa said:

The 33% Freemason's are well ahead of the game, they know all this is true.

 

If that were true, it would be because they ate in the same deceptive mystery school  system as the Christians. 

 

Effectively worshipping the same beast.

 

 

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4 hours ago, pi3141 said:

 

If that were true, it would be because they ate in the same deceptive mystery school  system as the Christians. 

 

Effectively worshipping the same beast.

 

 

Bill Gates and Hilary Clinton? 😁 = Biden and Monsanto (now Bayer) & Musk...I don't know much religion, so I am joining
the dots using dead eye personalities like the ones I just mentioned. 👍 and of course the Corp-of-New-Uses-For-Old-Poisons-unLimited Company I sandwiched in among the evil other layers.

 

Can Freemasonry be regarded by some as a religion???????

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1 hour ago, Certified Green of Heart said:

Can Freemasonry be regarded by some as a religion???????

 

Yes I would say so, it incorporates the belief and worship of supernatural powers, it is a system of faith and worship. 

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14 hours ago, pi3141 said:

If that were true, it would be because they ate in the same deceptive mystery school  system as the Christians. 

 

Not sure what table the Masons ate at, but it certainly wasn't the Christian one.

The Mason's are the spawn of the Knight Templar's who's ancestry goes whey back to the Nephilim (Blue Bloods).

You should take a read of Gary Wayne's book 'The Genesis 6 Conspiracy' It's on PDF.

 

https://pdfcoffee.com/qdownload/the-genesis-6-conspiracy-gary-wayne-4-pdf-free.html

 

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On 7/16/2023 at 8:30 AM, alexa said:

Sorry Bom, but It is, as the earth has no ends, it goes on & on to infinity. I know this is tough one for most to get their head around so I'll leave it at that, as I don't wish to derail this thread.

Could you start a new thread then concerning this topic as I'm interested with regards to the explanation

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On 7/17/2023 at 5:36 AM, pi3141 said:

 

Yes I would say so, it incorporates the belief and worship of supernatural powers, it is a system of faith and worship. 

I would totally agree with that assumption,however I would think that people join mainly in the first instance for purely selfish reasons and that being to further business contacts and therefore increase there personal wealth and standing within the community at large.

 If you stay in it long enough however the slow but consistent indoctrination will take it's toll and your thought patterns and beliefs will change, then at that point you could say it's a religion for the person involved

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On 7/17/2023 at 5:36 AM, alexa said:

 

Not sure what table the Masons ate at, but it certainly wasn't the Christian one.

The Mason's are the spawn of the Knight Templar's who's ancestry goes whey back to the Nephilim (Blue Bloods).

You should take a read of Gary Wayne's book 'The Genesis 6 Conspiracy' It's on PDF.

 

https://pdfcoffee.com/qdownload/the-genesis-6-conspiracy-gary-wayne-4-pdf-free.html

 

 

I took a look. Couldn't find a free copy but the author has some excerpts on his website.

 

I'm a bit confused - I read through a couple of the excerpts and he quotes Laurence Gardner twice in his works in the few sections I read.

 

I didn't think you liked Laurence Gardner and refused any information connected with him, at least when I mentioned to you that I had heard about the Anchor Bible series from one of his books you immediately rejected the whole Anchor Bible series on the basis that the recommendation had come from Laurence Gardener, and yet here you are suggesting I read a book which quotes Laurence Gardener? I presume you believe that book yet the author quotes from an author you want absolutely nothing to do with and will reject any other info that comes from him. 

 

I find that confusing.

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11 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

I'm a bit confused - I read through a couple of the excerpts and he quotes Laurence Gardner twice in his works in the few sections I read.

 

Are you sure you are reading the right book ? If Gary did mention Gardner you can be sure it weren't to give him any praises. I detest Gardner and all his books, they are just full of lies.

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