Thursday, August 16, 2018

Damn it, Planets



Kind of says it all, doesn't it?

I'm sure a lot of you have seen this video already but to me it feels like more than just a viral news story, it feels more like a metaphor. Or at least I hope it is. I kinda hope that we're all like this surfer, negotiating all the massive disruptions all around us, geological and/or political and/or social. 

Plus, planetary.








I'm also sure a lot of you have heard about the deplatforming of alternative media, which we're probably only at the beginning of. There are a lot of theories as to what this is all about but I should mention that our Gordon has been predicting all of this for quite some time. Just the next phase of the program, in his view. He'd know better than me.

And the figurative War in Heaven-- the intramural spy war that seems like it's heating up the past couple of weeks-- seems to be mirrored in the actual Heavens, with all kinds of major planets in retrograde. I should add we had a similar situation back in 2016, but this seems to be a little more extreme.

I don't pay much attention to astrology--insofar as personal horoscopes and the like-- but this kind of thing is usually a pretty reliable barometer of how things will be going down here. Take that for whatever it's worth.



Or take this; an hour-long blackout at Reagan International Airport Wednesday night. 

Funnily enough, events like this make every idiot with a iPhone pull out their hobby horses and pet theories. The extinction cultists on Twitter (of which there are an alarming number) blame the Russians and demand an immediate nuclear response, as you'd expect. I haven't checked but I'm sure the Q folks will claim this is all cover for a mass cabal arrest as they did the last time this kind of thing happened. 

That cabal must be enormous because I've lost count of their mass arrests.

Or maybe it's just your typical MercRet business or even a result of overtaxed generators during a hot and muggy summer. Or maybe it's a more troubling sign of widespread infrastructure failure...




Like this horror show in Genoa, in which a massive bridge failed during a violent storm. Our aging infrastructure is something no one seems to want to discuss until something awful like this happens. But then again the new Italian government is also at odds with the Merkel-Juncker-Macron crowd these days so one never knows, does one? 

My vote is still firmly in the crumbling infrastructure column until I hear compelling evidence otherwise, however. It seems to fit with the timeline.



Well, we saw the airport blackout in Washington last night and lo and behold there was some airport drama in Washington state a few days back. 

In this case an apparently-suicidal airport maintenance worker commandeered a prop plane and started buzzing around Puget Sound like a stunt pilot before crashing on a nearby island. 

No one can quite figure out how he learned to fly like that, however. He claims he learned by playing video games, which local media spun as having trained in a flight simulator. But you figure he would have said as much, since the two aren't really quite the same thing.

The Q people spun this out as some kind of op but to perfectly honest I can't make heads or tails of the entire Q exegesis. I've read quite a bit of it but to be perfectly frank it's kind of all over the place. 

It's kind of like Bitcoin in that regard, at least for me. I don't 21st century very well.

If anyone can explain the Anon interpretation of this event please do in the comments.



But we may all have bigger things to worry about. The Ring of Fire is doing exactly what I predicted it would do and that's trigger seismic events that slowly inch their way up the Richter scale (as in Indonesia last week). Alaska has seen a lot of serious activity this past year, thankfully mostly at the fringes of the enormous state. 

Let's all hope it stays out there. And let's hope this latest monster doesn't wake that volcano up.



This here is from the USGS; these are all the major seismic events around the Ring of Fire.

In the past seven days.

If look closely you'll see that entire West Coast has been quite active as has eastern Alaska. I probably don't need to remind anyone of the gargantuan wildfires roaring across California and other Western states, the worst ever seen in Cali's case. So let's all hope and pray that the Ring of Fire doesn't decide to join in the apocalyptic fun. 


You could just about fill a thimble with everything I know about astrology but it seems to me that all those cranky planets up there might not be quite done with us. Plan accordingly.


I haven't been really following the Space Force story the past couple of days but I couldn't help but notice that big old 17 sitting there in the defense (quote-unquote) budget.  

No surprise to Secret Sun readers but noteworthy all the same.



As is the upcoming 60th anniversary of NASA, announced here by the Marshall Space Center, home away from home for Wernher Von Braun and his Peenemunde men. Interesting little connection, given the Von Braun prophecies that Carol Rosin has been talking about for decades now.

Also note that Marshall lies cheek-by-jowl with UA-Huntsville, which has its own stories to tell, certainly around these parts.



And as pure dumb luck would have it, those pesky Russkies seem to have launched a satellite that some folks in Washington believe might actually be some kind of orbital weapons platform, possibly for a directed energy weapon. 

Golly, talk about timing, eh? Go figure.

Boy, one minute they're plotting to subvert our democracy with the master stroke of recruiting Hollywood superstar Steven Seagal as their goodwill ambassador, the next minute they're trying to beat our Space Force heroes to the punch with some kind of alt-right death ray. Our enemies never sleep. 

Quick, rescind the Bill of Rights before it's too late!



Speaking of Space Force, I can't help but wonder about this short video that depicts a UFO identical to the one we watched from the front porch last year. Seems to be behaving in much the same way as well, at least what I can tell from this footage.

It's funny- we saw some Orange orbs bird-dogging a small plane in New Hampshire the year before but were unable to get a shot of them since we were on the highway. But shortly thereafter other Orb videos from the same area showed up all over YouTube. And now this.

I gotta be honest here; watching that chevron for a good 20 minutes or so didn't fill me with awe and wonder, and certainly not with reverence for our Space Brothers. 

I don't know if it was one of "theirs" or one of "ours" (there is a major Air Force base about a hundred miles or so south) but the experience really gave me a creepy feeling, and eventually kind of put me of the topic ever since, to be perfectly frank.

And oddly enough my son didn't want to talk about the orbs he and his friends saw (and filmed) once the implications of that experience sunk in either.

The chevrons I can easily buy as some kind of highly-exotic but homegrown craft. The orbs? 

Yeah, not so much.



With all that in mind I thought this Nick Redfern piece, which centers on an interview with Ray Boeche done for Final Events, was kind of interesting. 

The headline there is a bit of a paraphrase of something John Keel once said, Keel being someone who worked harder on the topic than pretty much anyone. Here's the passage in full:
“I have always thought that one of the most important things that John Keel ever said was that if you have kids or teenagers, (UFOs are) not something to encourage them to get involved with. Keel  was a pretty dyed-in-the-wool atheist. But he understand that, at some level, there’s something, in some sense transcendent over us, that can, if nothing else, ‘mess’ with us. And it can cause a lot of damage."
I'd say the same about powerful hallucinogens like DMT as well. Until it became a cause célèbre my only exposure to DMT came through two old friends of mine, both seasoned psychonauts, who said the drug dragged them down to Hell and seriously shook them up for quite some time after. 

Remember that these kinds of experiences are what led Dr. Rick Strassman to stop working with the drug.

What's more, we have a lot of testimony from DMT experiencers that these other realms they enter are filled with beings who don't much care for us at all. Something to bear in mind, especially with MKULTRA Phase Two the new vogue for psychedelics in some corners of the Establishment.



Perhaps beings like-- oh, I don't know-- the Siren, perhaps? I haven't really done much on the topic recently because I think it's become pretty much self-evident by now. But even so there are a few stories here and there that capture my interest. Like this one.



And with Halloween just around the corner (give or take), we're seeing this new wrinkle-- the Siren-Skeleton. A friend of mine spotted this little display at Michael's or somewhere. A sign of the times.



As is this, the discovery of a new species of seahorse on the Japanese coast. Not sure what the connection is per se to our overarching narrative but do remember the seahorses that popped up in a rather interesting stretch of the Thames last year.



80 comments:

  1. That guy that said he trained on video games, that sounds totally believable to me. Flight simulator games are scarily realistic. To the point I seriously suspect the Air Force are working with game developers to get people trained on how to fly drones at no cost, in fact even paying for the privilege. For the darker version of this, consult "Ender's Game": kids flying missions and not even knowing the missions are real.

    Those chevron UFOs are radar systems, normally seen in coastal areas because, well, you want to see the incoming missiles as soon as they enter your airspace. They have to carry lights because of airspace regulations. I'm sure you've heard that one already.

    As for the Russians and Chinese having killer sats, of course that's old news. The US have them, too. Here's a scary thought for you: all bank transactions have to be accurately timestamped, and they get their accurate time, from, you guessed it, satellites. I'm supposing nobody would be terminally stupid enough to try messing around with time sats, but then, people have been known to be terminally stupid in wars before.

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  2. The hypothesis about the crash of the Q400 hijacker goes something like this: He was a baker (as the anons call themselve that make the Q research threads), he spouted archaic chan memes ("Do the barrel roll"), the plane crashed near a mysterious island that is said to be linked to elite "hunting" grounds, pictures with the plane and a alleged missle circulated the chans. Therefore some allege its a white hat mission to terrify some cabalists, others allege it was failed attempt to discredit the chanology. Also there are plenty of memes calling him SkyKing of all names.. which connected to nuclear attacks.

    My take on it is more metaphysical .. the cosmo demonic AI has its hand on it and needed abit sky mystery synchro mixed into the timeline once again.

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    1. Do a barrel roll is a really really old 4chan meme, like early days 4chan. It comes from the video game starfox.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lt4pFP1FEJ0

      The guy was near the same age as me. I could see him maybe having posted on 4chan when he was a kid back then.

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    2. I got a felling Chris gonna like this plot summary of StarFox:

      "This game takes place in a fictional solar system called the Lylat system, which is inhabited by anthropomorphic species such as foxes, frogs, birds, rabbits and apes. It contains the planets Corneria and Venom, representing good and evil, respectively. Andross, an evil scientist, fled to the planet Venom after being banished from Corneria, and declared war on the latter, unleashing an enormous army to wreak havoc on the Lylat System. General Pepper, the commanding officer of Corneria's defence force, dispatches a prototype high-performance fighter aircraft called the "Arwing". However, lacking in time to train pilots for the new fighters, he summons the elite mercenary team Star Fox to defeat Andross."

      So good hybrids sent by an intergalactic SpaceForce to fight evil "Andross" (humans anyone?). This was Japan 1993.

      The icing on the cake: the kidnappers name Rich Russell is the same as the decommissioned atomic sub USS Richard B. Russell, ship motto "They Saved The Best For Last"

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    3. This was Japan? Maybe. The Japanese console developers were behind on 3D technology at the start of the 90s. Their 3D chip and the tech demo software "StarFox" used technology by the British company "Argonaut Software" based on work in their previous game "StarGlider". This game was actually quite a big deal in the UK as it was visually impressive for the time and even appeared on Saturday morning kids TV. The premise? Alien ships mimic birds to bypass AI controlled planetary defenses and invade your planet. The stargliders themselves were the invading bird enemies. It even came with a short story about the invasion which I read when I borrowed it from the city library. Although I was more of a fan of Carrier Command myself.

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    4. I do believe a lot of the first console based flight simulators, had developers that were working closely with NASA and the like. The game "Pilot Wings 64" for example - was developed by Nintendo and Paradigm Entertainment; who had a long lst of clients including: Lockheed Martin, Boeing, NASA and the DOD.

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    5. There was an article
      about a childhood friend of Richard Russel talking about how he and Rich suffered from permanent brain injury via CTE,due to playing Youth Football.American Football players often suffer with mental health impairment during their retirement years,with suicide as a common result. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/chronic_traumatic_encephalopathy According to the media narrative,on August 10th Richard "Beebo" Russel asked Air Traffic Control for the coordinates of the World famous Orca whale who was carrying it's dead offspring.Ironically,the day after the aerial joyride (which apparently ended in Beebo's death),it was reported that the Mother whale stopped carrying her deceased calf after "17 days".Also,on August 11th,a partial Solar Eclipse occured.

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    6. The Plot of Starfox is pretty accurate in this case.The Non-physical UFOs / Orbs have been witnessed
      since ancient times and have many names given to them by various Cultures including "Merkaba".They often appear as multiple White Light saucers in the Sky and are often mistaken as flocks of birds.They are not from "outer space" nor are they aliens.The modern so-called
      'ufologists' and establishment academia can't seem to grasp an educated understanding of them,even though historical records exist.They are ultra-dimensional ancient beings who are telepathic "Angels".

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  3. Interesting to see that 60 NASA logo. We have the 6 in 60, another 6 made up by the looping spacecraft, and lo and behold, another 6 evident by Saturn's position overlooking all from high and center - Saturn being also known to be represented by the 6 point hexagram/hexagon. A tribute to 666... Who would have guessed?

    Then again, as I have stated before, we are in the age of Saturn, the god who devoured his children. Looking at civilization actively destroying itself now it also seems a safe bet the M.I.T. computer that announced the other day the prediction of our demise by 2040 is probably accurate.

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    1. In space no one knows which way is The Upside Down.

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    2. Either or - Saturn holds the dominant position in the logo from the human perspective.

      By the way, the surfer in the 80-foot wave video is Batman. He won the competition as the Joker wiped out seconds before.

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    3. 1118, before spending time looking at this blog, learn to do your research properly. This blog is pretty much a waste of time if you aren't willing or able to research the subjects yourself with some competence.

      I know exactly where you read about "that MIT computer". And I know that you didn't even bother to read the whole article because that article spells out that the announcement wasn't done "the other day", but in 1973. What's more, the article doesn't quite dare to say it because it's a flaming right-winger saying it, but the computer model in question was the one of the book "The limits to growth". You might have heard about it. It's the one that had all the hippies screaming back then "we're running out of resources!" Except that today, it isn't just hippies saying it, everybody knows that we're running out of resources.

      Now, let me unveil a truth for you: exactly the same way that nobody was allowed to believe what hippies said about resources, and if you were right-wing, you had to swear before God you believed human ingenuity would solve that problem forever, and then one day, it was OK to know it was game over... in exactly the same way, one day it will be OK to be aware that climate change is for real, and it has to do with burning fossil fuels. It will happen when the evil ones that control the world either decide to stop screwing around with your mind, or find that particular lie isn't holding up too well.

      Another theme of research for you: Cicada 3301. Read about it. Everything you ever read in any conspiracy blog ties back to it. Keep thinking about it till the penny drops.

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    4. Ms. Rigel,

      Granted I did not get that same MIT information as you, but it seems it's getting to the point where one finds something out, then has to fact-check it, and then fact-check the fact check, etc. In any research article we read how do we know it's 100% accurate without having something added or subtracted from it unless we knew of another article previous. Meaning who has the time to research every dotted I and crossed T????? So you just happened to know more about the MIT computer subject? Good on you. I'll admit to the error, but next time - if something is missing or needs to be corrected then just do it and keep the condescending remarks to yourself!

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  4. That one got weird

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  5. Samiel, Blind God. Matarael, Premonition of God. Where does the familiar image of the blind seer come from? It's the theme of sacrificing one thing for an equivalent. Normal sight for some other sight. How does this relate to power outages and synchronistic joy rides? It depends on what sort of eyes we are talking about. The eye of a storm, eye of the tiger, the eyes of a weeping angel, and... What you call the area at the point below where a giant meteor explodes?

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  6. So the newest discovered seahorse is called "Japan pig"? Just another subtle connection to the human-pig chimera R&D,to slip below the collective conscious radar.

    Siriusly, though the dog days are upon big time this year. (FL Gulf Coast Red Tide)

    For those who are new here, I recommend The Secret Sun's "Stairway to Sirius,Revisited Parts 1-4" and "Interlude: Sirius Rising".

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    1. Syncra,

      Once informed as to the underlying meanings, it's interesting to look back at the comments and see how close people got. E.g.
      https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2009/12/stairway-to-sirius-revisited-part-1.html

      Sirius is now blue shifted, whereas it was once red shifted, as Ptolemy observed an æon ago.

      And when it was a mere 2,000 AU away (half a dozen æons ago) it would indeed have been a blazing star (not merely, the brightest, at 6,000AU).

      The Freemasons reveal that towers correspond to celestial powers, thus The Sun and the secret sun are the two towers in Notre Dame (and other cathedrals), the 2nd book of TLOTR, and those once of New York. One fells the towers to mark the end of the cycle they cause.

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    2. Thanks Zod. Good to know.

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    3. @Zod: You know how interested I am in your theory, and how much I would like to understand it.

      In our previous discussions, I thought you had maintained that Sirius was not the second sun you posit, and had agreed with the conventional astronomical wisdom that Sirius is 8.6 light-years away. But here you seem to be saying that Sirius was once only 2,000AU away, and is now 6,000AU away: the same orbit you've maintained for the second sun. So I'd appreciate some enlightenment: do you hold that Sirius is 8.6 light-years away (544,540AU!), or only 6,000 AU?

      BTW, the 8.6 light-year distance of Sirius is nothing you need to take anyone's word on: you can actually measure it yourself, with a bit of effort.

      Also: in astronomy, an aeon is a period of a billion years. An aeon ago was a little before Ptolemy's time. Just thought a little info here might be helpful to you in the future.

      Clarification would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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    4. Khadir, as a shill, you must misrepresent and misinterpret my words, as you always have done - this in itself reveals your role to others.

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    5. Khadir, let me explain Zod to you: he doesn't make any sense in the surface because he has no interest in making a lot of sense in the surface.

      I personally object to somebody giving out misinformation on astronomy because I know how little astronomy most people actually know, and they might very well take Zod at face value.

      Zod doesn't care about people who may take him at face value. Which tells me all I really need to know about him.

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    6. @Zod: you immediately resort to childishly shouting "shill!", even after I'd went out of my way to be polite to you. I didn't misrepresent or misinterpret anything: I merely compared what you had said then with what you're saying now, and politely invited you to explain the difference. That's what's known as "honest debate". Surely you believe your hypothesis can stand up to open and honest debate, don't you?

      Allow me to try again. In our previous discussions, you said that you believe Sirius to 8.6 light-years away, while in your comment above, you seem to be saying that you believe Sirius to be only 6,000AU away. That's a *vast* difference. So please explain which of the two very different things you've said actually represents what you believe.

      @Maria Rigel: Trust me, I understand everything that you said there. But I once saw a fellow commenter starting to panic, because he was taking Zod's prediction of imminent global catastrophe seriously. That was the first time I ever commented on Zod's hypothesis. And that's why (as both a Sufi and just a decent human being) I still pipe up, when need be.

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  7. The Qtards seem to believe the suicidal pilot was a hero because he was white. Not surprising seeing how these people get their theories from the alphabet soup they just ate.

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    1. There are two kind of people who are into Q: the majority, that just eat it up, and a minority that know what Q is really up to. And it isn't immediately obvious, from somebody's comments, which group they are in. So don't be too quick to judge.

      I'd love to tell you what Q is really up to, except that I honestly don't know. All I'm pretty sure about is that he's doing something smart. And I know it's something smart because my research has convinced me that truly silly notions never get traction. Behind every apparently silly notion that got popular, there was something really clever.

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    2. Maria:

      I think I know what Q is up to. It's propagandizing a vulnerable segment of the US population to accept martial law, mass arrests of dissidents, and a full-blown overt coup. It's really chilling.

      The thought I can't shake is that the planned on-again-off-again military parade is not a parade. It's a large military presence hand picked for loyalty to the new regime that will "cross the Rubicon" so to speak, or at least be present when the coup actually occurs.

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  8. Any mothman sightings at the bridge collapse?

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    1. Somewhere Loren Coleman is smiling. I wondered the same thing.

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    2. Point Pleasant, W.Va. is coming up again because of this massive pipeline project that is expected to go through that area. Recall that Mothman was seen near an ammo depot and a power plant nearby. It is strange. Also, recall that Christopher Columbus was from Genoa.

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  9. JB (of The Meta-Logic Café)9:50 AM, August 16, 2018

    Having seen MANY UFOs in my life (I used to live in Drummondville, QC, a hotspot so active that all my parents and I and our neighbors had to do was stare out the window to see them. Seriously, like 2 or 3 times a WEEK), here's my advice for how to tell if a UFO is "down-to-earth" or something Twilight Zone-worthy:

    If, while looking at it, you're simply, calmly wondering what it might be, simply out of curiosity, its most probably down-to-earth, even if you don't find an explanation.

    If, however, you're creeped the f**k out, an almost animalistic freak-out sensation, that is disproportionate to what you're seeing, even if its just a strange light far away in the night sky, guess what: every molecule in your body somehow KNOWS and is telling you that this is from ANOTHER WORLD (interstellar or more likely supernatural).

    But if it literally WARPS out of sight like Star Trek, as a couple of really weird and bright ones my father and I saw outside, then don't even wonder, weather balloons, hi-tech military aircraft and the misidentified planet Venus don't have a warp drive. Twilight Zone, dude.

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  10. BTW, cool new book, magical capitalism
    https://vk.com/doc13375874_473004372?hash=1aa2f4af3340b48af6&dl=4f973f49dffad83eac

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  11. Interesting to see NASA with a prominent red swoopy, right hippocampus seahorse horn, at 60.

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    1. ...and the phallic ship thingy with the Ammon's Horn contrail does seem do have attained a flight path at 60 degrees from the baseline text. Happy 60 NAZA Freems!

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  12. The last batch of comments got eaten by Blogger while I was trying to publish. Have no idea how. If it's not too much trouble could you resent or repost?

    My apologies for the inconvenience. Very weird.

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    1. It is a bit too much trouble to resent right now. Salient point!

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  13. Speaking of MK-ULTRA 2.0, UFOs & DMT, the John Hopkins crowd are at it again (but of course!):

    https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2018/03/researchers-looking-for-anyone-who-met-aliens-while-on-dmt/

    They seem especially interested in anyone who experienced an emotional response in the entities encountered...Who's in charge of this thing, Cancer Man?

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  14. Hope this goes thru...Was posting about new study at John Hopkins regarding entity contact while on DMT:

    https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2018/03/researchers-looking-for-anyone-who-met-aliens-while-on-dmt/

    They seem most interested in anyone who experienced any emotional reactions in the entities. Very X-Files indeed.

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  15. In other news, psilocybin legalization now on the ballot in several states. Everything once marginal now becoming mainstream, as indicated on this blog several times:

    https://bigthink.com/21st-century-spirituality/which-us-state-will-be-the-first-to-legalize-shrooms

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    1. Anon and others with a name, micro-dosing is an adventure. No machine elves, no looking into the abyss. I have experience with small amounts of such substances. Made me seek ever more synchronicities and kept me awake and aware. No melting walls( I've had those experiences also). Don't take my word for it. No-thing ventured no-thing gained. 87

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    2. Oh man, I am, and have been for years, an avid mushroom devotee. All this business about mushrooms coming in up in the MSM gives me a very bad feeling. Nothing good can come of it.

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  16. I have no clue if this is a worthwhile synchronicity or just ontological paranoia,but,concerning the guy that learned to fly a commercial passenger plane like an airshow stunt pilot by doing menial labor at the airport and playing video games...

    I noticed that the area he was flying over contains several towns with "prairie" in their names (South Prairie, Prairie Ridge, Prairie View). And my mind immediately jumped to the grief that occurred in Las Meadows, Nevada,involving a Paddock y un Campos; and the grief that a Fields brought to Charlottsville; and the grief that came to Parkland in Florida.

    And then I thought of how he decided to end it just offshore from Steilacoom, which admittedly has a murky etymology, but may very well mean "Meadow Flower". And the crash site was something like 9 miles due west of Parkland, Washington.

    I can't shake the feeling that while America *may* have witnessed a man having a de novo psychotic break, America *certainly* witnessed a Working. (To what end, I'd just be speculating, pointlessly.)

    Again, not sure what the toponymy is worth. But, as always, CLK, keep up the stellar work.

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    1. Apologies: I just remembered one important piece of the Sea-Tac Black Mass hypothesis: amongst all the Prairies, Meadow Flowers, and Parkland...there's a town named Buckley.

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  17. Regarding the chevrons, I recall looking up at the sky about 10 years ago, in the middle of a bright sunny day with very high clouds. There, quite high in sky I saw drifting between them the familiar triangle shape (don't recall the plane name) with the square cuts in the tail part of the triangle. After a few moments to comprehend what I was seeing my thought was "oh, they're letting those fly in public now" having seen the "secret stealth planes" before online. I also realize now it probably wasn't even truly secret back than, as the stealths/triangles have been around for decades.

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  18. 33: forbes article on how tall white aliens run American government. This article begs so many questions. How ridiculous is this article...

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelpeck/2014/01/13/iran-says-tall-white-space-aliens-control-america/

    I've had contact with two types of aliens, these ones eat humans. They are the military, and they are about to start eating people en mass. I've seen it. This is the last phase of their plan. This is not a joke.

    Why is this a time magazine article?
    http://amp.timeinc.net/time/4766642/why-aliens-would-probably-come-in-peace

    You freaked out yet? I am.

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    1. I have it on a totally reliable source that all those that believe aliens have an interest in eating humans are totally misguided.

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    2. Whoever said that?!? If there is any general consensus in ufology it's that, whatever aliens are, they're quite interested in our genetics and breeding habits, not our flavor.

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  19. Not quite locusts but...'Man survives a week lost on mountain by eating bees'
    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/eat-bees-survival-mountain-rescue-pacific-northwest-washington-state-a8493826.html

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  20. It was so damned easy around 2010, to order some Mimosa Hostilis root bark powder online, purchase some lye and a can of Naptha at Home Depot; perform the extraction, smoke a couple grams of this shit - and then completely and spiritually fuck yourself. Why not ask Dracula to come in and have your wife?

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    1. It's still easy to obtain Mimosa Hostilis or Acacia Confusa or even Phalaris arundinacea and those alchemical reagents are easily obtainable as you correctly stated at any Home Deport or major hardware store. Numerous videos exist on YouTube well maybe Vimeo is the place to go with the ongoing YouTube purge not mention numerous DMT synthesis guides online at Eorowid, DMT-Nexus etc.

      To quote the Disinfo Guide to the Occult tagline "An Alchemical Formula to rip a Hole in the Space-Time Continuum".

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  21. This design is spectacular! You obviously know how to keep
    a reader entertained. Between your wit and your videos, I was almost moved to start my own blog (well, almost...HaHa!) Fantastic job.
    I really enjoyed what you had to say, and more than that, how you presented it.
    Too cool!

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  22. Q is an online advertising campaign for the Trump 2020/status quo reelection committee.

    The status quo team has played a rough match so far, but the white-hating commie imports keep inching closer and closer to power. Does anyone really think Trump has it in him to prevent another Cultural Revolution? Because that's what the others are plying at. Tearing down a few statues and organized street harassment is by no means the only trick in their cookbook. They don't care if you're racist or not, they want what you have, and you being white is its own reason to them.

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    1. I live in Southern California and have had many run-ins with the huge number of Mexican immigrants here. They do things like let their kids play with mine, offer them cookies, say traditional blessings in Spanish over my pregnant wife, and invite us over for dinner. Just the other day one of their kids came by and asked if we wanted to give to her school fund raiser.

      But I'm sure they're all stockpiling weapons in secret for when they overthrow the US and enslave us all. I can feel it. Dangerous people.

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    2. We’re coming for your white women. You have been warned.

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    3. I don't care what colour or species friends or otherwise are.
      (Though Trump is so very orange...)

      Juan - just Albinoes, then?
      Ffs, guys...

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    4. @Anonymous 5:32, The horror, the horror! The fiends must be stopped at all costs before they pollute our precious bodily fluids.
      @ Morgan Fyfe-Williams, excellent point, “white” is a bullshit, meaningless descriptor. Europeans come in many shades, very few of them actually white. Let me rephrase, your Aryan, European women.
      That bastard I was replying to is a racist fuckwit.

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    5. Juan - then they get to bicker over what Aryan means, whilst the rest of us get on with important things, like feeding family and friends, and benefiting every time we widen our circle a little. Trying to spread and teach kindness. Vomming social justice sauce up ourselves occasionally, but that's okay. Even if all's doomed, or otherwise, we need people who will chop wood and carry water without foolish beliefs that Those People Over There deserve to go without, or that it's okay to go raiding their firewood. Et cetera.

      Basically, see no enemy. Not easy for humans, but it's better than that other option so heavily pushed.

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    6. P.S. I only have one. She's all I need.

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    7. Sorry, I must have gotten too far off script. I should have been thanking you for how diverse; safe; and enriched you've been making my culture.

      http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/07/30/texas-mall-robbery-suspects-claim-to-be-mexican-nationals-police-say.html

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    8. You must wear this unicorn onesie now.

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  23. So we have more drowning deaths down here in georgia, this time two local prominent artists. Look at the logo of this website...a bit unicursal hexagramish? If you didn't know Chris, Atlanta is a super hotbed for the usual suspects. This town is truly Atlantis reincarnate.
    https://artsatl.com/news-atlanta-mourns-the-loss-of-artists-monteqarlo-kiwan-benson/

    Per the usual I come to post links but see you've already got it covered. Can't say enough how much I love this blog man.

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  24. Some great links for our host in thanks for some great stuff (though not on point now necessarily).

    An AI with priorities to do anything is a product of human intentions and hierarchy of needs, and does not have any preferences of its own. Short version: The best or worst of AI is what we program into it as priorities or goals.

    https://aeon.co/essays/the-robots-wont-take-over-because-they-couldnt-care-less

    Adding to that consider whether or not Asimov's rules of robotics are mandatory for AI presently? They precisely address this problem yet what happened to them? We probably need to focus more than ever on the humans pre-setting priorities and hierarchies while programming these AIs. It doesn't bode well.


    Also, Amazon Echo reaches new levels of crazy with its Echo-dotted college campus.

    https://gizmodo.com/a-university-is-putting-2-300-echo-dots-in-student-livi-1828371670


    And for a totally irrelevant college-related laugh, Second Life campuses in ruins. So much for VR!

    https://splinternews.com/we-took-a-tour-of-the-abandoned-college-campuses-of-sec-1793849944


    Finally, returning to the planets and the Ring of Fire, I've read of an obscure connection between astrology and volcanic events in one of the rare "proofs" astrology may have some basis in fact. Without the links at hand the summary, iirc, is that when two planets align there is a small yet measurable gravitational effect that corresponds with earth events like volcanos. Picture a planetary version of the moon and tides.

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  25. I agree that any an all mind-altering substances can be abused. However, keeping such substances illegal is documented to do more harm than good. The nation Portugal legalized all drugs and cut the rate of overdoses within their country to nil to none.

    "Portugal’s radical drugs policy is working. Why hasn’t the world copied it?"

    "Since it decriminalised all drugs in 2001, Portugal has seen dramatic drops in overdoses, HIV infection and drug-related crime."

    "In 2001, nearly two decades into Pereira’s accidental specialisation in addiction, Portugal became the first country to decriminalise the possession and consumption of all illicit substances. Rather than being arrested, those caught with a personal supply might be given a warning, a small fine, or told to appear before a local commission – a doctor, a lawyer and a social worker – about treatment, harm reduction, and the support services that were available to them."

    "The opioid crisis soon stabilised, and the ensuing years saw dramatic drops in problematic drug use, HIV and hepatitis infection rates, overdose deaths, drug-related crime and incarceration rates. HIV infection plummeted from an all-time high in 2000 of 104.2 new cases per million to 4.2 cases per million in 2015. The data behind these changes has been studied and cited as evidence by harm-reduction movements around the globe."

    https://www.theguardian.com/news/2017/dec/05/portugals-radical-drugs-policy-is-working-why-hasnt-the-world-copied-it

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    1. Not profitable for the Deep State narco trafficking families like the Texas Bush Cabal,the Wall St private prison industry,alcoholic beverage corporations or for Big Pharma.

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    3. Yeah America's clandestine agencies dealing in narcotics has never stopped: Air America, Iran-Contra, Fast & Furious; which is even more reason why all narcotics along with entheogens should be made legal to cut out the revenue to Rogue Deep State Agencies

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  26. "Quick, rescind the Bill of Rights before it's too late!" ... LMFAO!!!

    Good stuff. Your irony is spot on.

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  27. CBS All Access production of "Strange Angel" just finished their first season today. It was remarkable quite well done and almost guaranteed to get a season two.

    It's not lost on me that two of first orignal programing series produced by CBS All Access are space related. The dramatization of John Whiteside "Jack Parsons" belief-defying historic life.

    And of course Star Trek Discovery continuing the futuristic hope yet through a glass darkly of a star-faring future descendants made possible by the founder of Rocket science Jack Parsons.

    Interesting those series being released around the 60th anniversary of Never A Straight Answer aka Nazi Assisted Space Agency i.e. NASA don't you think. Almost make you think there some social engineering coming from the military-industrial-hollyweird complex.

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    1. They will soon be forgotten.The Dark Age of Fake Science Propaganda is rapidly coming to an end.

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    2. While there is a lot of chicanery that goes on with NASA but there was nothing fake about John Whiteside "Jack Parsons". He practically invented rocket science while exploring the Wyrd influences on our reality that "modern man" now considers to be just superstition.

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  28. Oh yeah one last one on that dark omen of decrying infrastructure. That tragic accident in Italy made my mind snap back to America's own horrific bridge collapse within Minnesota back in 2007.

    (LONG VERSION) Minneapolis Bridge Collapse Minnesota Video

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C31IlOHNzbM


    When a Bridge Falls: Disaster in Minneapolis | Retro Report | The New York Times

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74JNl5n-YdI

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  29. Apologies for the lag in comment approval. I'm dealing with a hard drive crash at the moment. MercRet day for certain.

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  30. The Planetary alignment has not been kind to big tech CGI space 'Actor' Elon Musk.The Ambien and most likely cocaine addicted corporate-welfare Ceo Musk,who is the pernenniel favorite of legions of brainwashed reddit fan-boys,is melting down like a Popsicle under the Summer Sun.

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  31. Great read Chris. Describes well how people are feeling these days.

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  32. The chart for the Skyking's crash has some notable aspects. Neptune is rising with the Ascendant at Achernar in Erinanus which represents the river into which Phaeton's chariot fell. Achernar marks the end of the river- and he called it a night. Neptune is trine Jupiter in the eight house and quincunx Mercury There is some deception or confusion about this martyrdom.
    Rasalhague in Ophiuchus is at midheaven,the Head of the Serpent Handler, and he handled his plane well, or perhaps this could indicate some other control, remote or of the mind.
    The Sun is Quincunx Pluto,striving with a great power of attainment, and the new moon is conjunct the royal star Regulus, King of the Heavenly Sphere, Cor Leonis bringing public prominence, military honour of short duration, strength of spirit, violent death and great preferment from lowest rank to highest, from baggage handler to Sky King in a night.

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    1. What data are you using to construct the chart, if you don't mind my asking?

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    2. I ran the chart for 11 August 2018 21:15 Ketron, Wa. A most intersting thing I forgot to add is that Regelus has a companion star close by it which is a dark, double star just as the Q400 had a dual escort for a while.

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  33. They're preparing us. First...they tell us earth has a second moon.

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1004832/Earth-second-moon-study-mini-moon-orbit-asteroid-Cruithne-space-news/amp

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  34. Huge ‘hairy sea monster’ washes up on Pacific coast: what can it be?
    A giant furry octopus? Remains of a woolly mammoth? An unknown primeval creature from the deep?
    https://siberiantimes.com/other/others/news/huge-hairy-sea-monster-washes-up-on-pacific-coast-what-can-it-be/

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  35. Superb post but I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this subject?
    I'd be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit
    more. Bless you!

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  36. It's all down to that pesky Eddie Page opening the sixth seal...

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    1. Stimulysses X. Grunt8:10 PM, August 23, 2018

      I was falling through night clouds wit a moon too huge hangin and a big ol boomier voice said YOU HAVE BROKEN THE SIXTH SEAL and then I spit a couple baby birds out my mouth

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