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This week in review

Posted: Fri Aug 12, 2016 3:24 pm
by Spiritwind
Been a strange week for me, with no time or energy to post anything, but just thought I would share my thoughts for the week. Maybe it's just me, maybe not, but reality is starting to look more and more like some bad B grade movie, at least in some ways. I know, I know, whatever you focus on, you get more of. But, come on folks, this really is starting to just seem very bizarre to me, like we are reliving some kind of horrible moment, that actually led to our original downfall.

Some kind of weird in between bardo zone,
Re: things seen on Facebook feed, just in the last week, re: push for bestiality, pedophilia, and animal/human genetic experimentation being normalized, and cloning (and even humans organs being marketed) - what kind of strange alien world is this?! Then add in technological types of augmentation such as totally manufactured parts being used, making humans part mechanical, and totally controllable in nature. The full realization of what has been, and still being done to this planet. Full on Satanic entertainment being promoted on almost all big newsworthy events being promoted in the mainstream of society (this would include things like sports and music events).

Anyone feeling just a bit weird yet? I know I am. And this is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Maybe this is all coming to consciousness, to just get so blatant and in your face, that almost no one can remain blind. Why do I get this feeling that some will never be able to see what they don't want to see. Maybe living is easier with eyes closed. I can't seem to shut mine. I have to turn off the outer world to feel normal anymore.

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Re: This week in review

Posted: Fri Aug 12, 2016 4:51 pm
by Naga_Fireball
I think I get what you are saying.

We have all these different senses, but modern technology cheapens all but the most primitive.

The ears are supposed to be the instrument of peace. If we forget how to listen, we forget how to make peace.

TV forces the mind to associate the things we hear with the things we see, even when they are unrelated.

When you hear a trigger word, you might find yourself reliving a scene from the past & all the strange, unprocessed feelings that came with it.

To hear truly is to understand.
Some of these folks are out to upset us and others are concerned for humanity.

It's sad that people are allowed to market with sex at all. Our "amazing freedoms" in america pale a bit when one considers the perversion and wastefulness of our leaders.

I would not cry if all the child predators hanged tomorrow.

Re: This week in review

Posted: Sat Aug 13, 2016 1:33 pm
by Blue Rising
I hear you, Spiritwind. Shit is escalating. I love the phrase Christine gave me, I'm knee deep in alligators. It's in the physical world I see all around me, it's energetic too. I go back to something Kryon said in the last year, sometimes a concept he introduces sticks with me. The concept was, that if things are shifting for and in human consciousness, and if they are becoming more...of light...then the dark shit will be stirred up and more visible. That seems to be true, in my experience.

To add to all of what you have noticed, one of my daughters brought something to my attention that disturbed me also. There is a kids you tube channel, apparently. Obviously, if a channel of tv or radio or even you tube is designated a children's channel, it is assumed the content will be child appropriate.

There is a video of Peppa Pig circulating. It is a twist on the old "Where is Pointer?" children's song, changed to be the fingers of family members (Where is Daddy finger, Where is Mommy finger, etc etc etc). So really, the whole video must be five minutes or less.

They go through the verses once with Peppa Pig and family. First of all, the imagery of the daddy figure poking the children can be seen as inappropriate. It looks rather like pedophilia. So when she showed me the video, I was a little concerned. But it got worse. After the first round of verses, the second round shocked me. Absolutely shocked me. The sound is the same, so that if parents heard it without seeing it, they would never suspect anything.

The second verse, however, is set to this animation: five fingers, all topped with a Mickey Mouse looking finger puppet, each one holding a gun and shooting either himself or the next finger character. Liquid coming out the opposite side of the head.

After that second verse, the third verse returns to the Peppa Pig characters. So sandwiched right in between perverted poking of children lies (I'm not joking here) the imagery and idea (placed directly into a very young child's mind) of shooting oneself and everybody else in the family. Graphically blowing their brains out, literally, in a very child friendly animated way.

What. The. Fuck.

And so it goes...maintain your center, my friend.

Edit to add: The video has been removed, no trace of it. But I did find this article, which shows a picture of the Mickey Mouse like characters: ... ul-t101552

Re: This week in review

Posted: Sat Aug 13, 2016 1:50 pm
by Blue Rising
I posted that and then got busy so I can't edit again. But for accuracy's sake, the mouse people aren't finger puppets, I got the words a little wrong (lol), and the video is indeed embedded in that article...

Re: This week in review

Posted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 4:43 pm
by Naga_Fireball
Edit 1: I would too cry at a hanging. Even if it was a pervert. Capital punishment doesnt make the human condition more fun necessarily.

Edit2: regarding Peppa Pig. When I visited my sons classroom for a meeting this year, the teacher had one of those hi tech low budget cartoons playing. It freaked me out because of the way the kids were animated.

They had multicolored faces like Children around the world etc. But instead of normal eyes they had cats eyes with the crazy slit pupils.

And the center of balance was the head. The kids animated bodies were like little floppy fish on huge evil cat heads.

Every once in a while the useless legs would pinwheel and the crazy eyes would swell.

It looked like aliens attacking the viewer set to loud and psycho "kids music"

It really is like a weapon against children, these offbeat cartoons

Re: This week in review

Posted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 6:38 pm
by Spiritwind
It just goes on and on, doesn't it.
Here's another one.


Sex with a humanoid robot will become common practice by 2025, even overtaking sex between humans, says futurologist Ian Pearson. His report on the future of sex has been published in partnership with Bondara, one of UK’s leading sex toy shops.

By 2030 virtual sex will become as casual as browsing porn websites and by 2035 many will have toys that interact with virtual reality, according to the report. In fact, high-income groups could begin to use some forms of robot sex as early as 2025, before the practice overtakes sex between humans fully by 2050.

Re: This week in review

Posted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 9:55 pm
by Naga_Fireball
It's not light material for a cartoon,
but Ghost in the Shell & Ghost in the Shell 2 deal with this concept directly.

In #2, a special police unit is called in to investigate a string of recent murder committed by "Sexoids", or more plainly, robotic sex slaves.

It turns out that the manufacturer decided to duplicate the personalities of young girls to power their drones and give them that telltale allure and innocence.

Truly despicable to treat one's fellow, or one's creation, as a slave.

Re: This week in review

Posted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 2:07 pm
by Christine
Blade Runner anyone? (thinking of Pris right now, she has been on my mind lately, hope she is well).

And the world's population slumbers on ..... fuck! Fucked up, screwed, blinkered masturbators ... sorry folks sometimes I just need to vent. With the absolute on the horizon and way people diligently sleep and defend a reality in decline. *deep sigh*


Re: This week in review

Posted: Tue Aug 16, 2016 4:34 am
by Naga_Fireball
Please don't feel bad. I'm so desensitized that it took me three reads to realize, in blade runner, Pris or the one who gets eliminated prior to her, was actually labeled in the footage as a "pleasure model".


I meant to thank you more for that huge list of links you put in one of the other threads.

Christine is friggin awesome.
Is there a way to simulate peas in a pod inside your orgonite pyramids? Pearls of wisdom in a mundane shell of copper would be beautiful


Re: This week in review

Posted: Mon Sep 12, 2016 7:40 pm
by Spiritwind
This seems like a good place to put this.....

I have an array of unpleasant physical symptoms at the moment, and at least half of me seriously wants to lay down, and maybe get lucky and feel better when I wake up. Another equally strong part of me wants to write down my thoughts, and see if I can sort them out. So many different threads of thoughts want to take me in different directions. My mind is racing like an out of control horse.

I watched a video about the new quantum computers that are in the process of being developed. Actually, they are already developed, but their computing capacity is increasing exponentially as I write. I read several articles the last couple days that have also grabbed my attention a bit. One is by Ron Paul about the futility of voting. And he is not some fringe nutter, as many outspoken critics are considered to be, by those who still buy in to the mainstream rendition of how our world operates. I also read a great article by Richard Dolan, one of my favorite researchers, entitled 9/11 and The New Fascism. It was also a great article. I realized as I read both of these that ideas that were once barely whispered, and even then generally ridiculed, are becoming louder and louder in their almost need to be heard. It feels almost as if the weight of deceit and lies we have been fed is literally becoming too heavy to bear. It has reached the breaking point, almost.

Some other examples are seeing actual practicing physicians starting to say no to vaccines. GMO's are starting to finally get more attention and being recognized as they danger they really are. Many are starting to really see how corporations have become out of control entities in their own right. I clearly remember taking an ethics class in 1989, and the surprise I felt when I learned that corporations had somehow achieved the status of an individual, with the same supposed constitutional rights, but unlike people, there is no implicit sense of moral responsibility. In fact, corporations are created for the sole purpose of generating profit. And, not only that, they are never satisfied, and are always striving to increase those profits.

The feeling I get when I think about all these different streams of thought is how it felt the morning I came up from below deck on our sailboat, as we entered the chaotic churning coming from many directions when navigating the waters around Point Conception, a place where the land juts out into the ocean and the Santa Barbara Channel meets the Pacific Ocean. I barely got up the stairs far enough to see what it looked like, when I was ordered back down below. Didn't want anyone being thrown overboard I guess. It had already been a hair raising trip as it was. We had a make shift rudder that my husband and son put together in an emergency sometime after we left the San Francisco Harbor that was operated by a pulley and rope system attached to the steering wheel and the rudder. That was done at night during a storm. I remember questioning for a time whether we were going to survive that ordeal or not, but we did.

That experience I had captures the other component of what I am feeling about this time we live in. Something just keeps gnawing at me, that no matter how bleak outer appearances seem, we have somehow anticipated this time, and we will have the skills, and the needed materials, to pull ourselves out of this collective nose dive we happen to be in. I probably will add more to these musings, but for now I will leave you with the links to those two articles, for anyone who cares to also peruse them. ... ialnetwork ... ew-Fascism

And here's one more: Doctor Vows 'No More Vaccines' at his Practice after Attending The AutismOne Conference ... re+Free%29