Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Apocalypse Like Sugar: Links Like Sugar




 NOTE: Since so much is happening so quickly I decided to post some germane links pertaining to the most recent post. 


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Forecasters are now calling for Florence to make landfall at Myrtle Beach. Be advised.
 

We were just talking about Fukushima. 
 

And pigs



Someone said it was because of the fisheye lens used for the image. They better not say that around any Flatters.
 



I'm not entirely comfortable with the wave of "OK, how do we minimize our losses?" articles popping in the past few days when it comes to California and earthquakes. I'm very much getting a sick feeling that something is known and not being said.

See if you agree with me. 

 




I have two rules when it comes to the media: never pay attention to what is being said. Pay attention to what is being done.

And always--always-- follow the money.

 

  

"What is being done." 
 

 Yellowstone. We discussed that recently too.
 




Shoes and socks. Peanut butter and jelly. Salt and pepper. Sugar and spice. Milk and honey. Mass shootings and NASA symbolism. 

 


 
I mean, what can I even say any more? You either accept it or remain in denial.
 


That headline reads like a National Lampoon parody of some far-flung future world when everything has gone haywire.



73 comments:

  1. yea, write, it is all explained in thattt book. *on What is*

    https://www.amazon.com/What-Freedom-Enchantment-23-Acts/dp/1561845426/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1523487417&sr=1-1

    and the great shaman Christofer Knowles has one waiting for free when he contacts the publisher,

    and can not everyone (k)now alll sea, that *everything is as it should be* (and only the Divine (or our Sybil) would k-now why)

    eye for one will attest that you are (k)not crazy, but boy, these things that u can sea (oh my)

    - herb tt

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    1. Outstanding. Looks interesting, Herb AL.

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  2. Don’t forget those near earth objects...6 came within 1lunar distance in the last 10 days alone...most observed AFTER they already passed us and most from the APOLLO group of asteroids. Yes, there is actually such a place, in this coma!

    https://watchers.news/2018/09/10/asteroid-2018-rj3-flew-past-earth-at-0-44-ld-6th-in-7-days/

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    1. My response is perpetual https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShNBGIbo2H8

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    2. my new fav band, thanks! and theres dave grohl again...

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    3. Always glad to turn folk onto the Joke.

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  3. I visited various sites but the audio quality for audio songs current at
    this website is genuinely superb.

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  4. Flo is currently a Cat 2 and should come ashore as Cat 1 or a Tropical Storm.

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    1. Well, thank the ocean gods for small favors then. Stay dry down there in Carolina ('s Fingers). Good luck and godspeed.

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  5. Is this a sync? Yesterday on 9/11, my trap caught 17 rats. By drowning. Then today it caught 40 rats. By drowning. The Great Flood lasted 40 days and 40 nights. And it started on the 17th day of the month.

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  6. No doubt in the small print somewhere it says "Artist's composite - not to scale - impression of what the hurricane might look like if viewed from a space station orbiting above the Van Allen belts"

    It's a kind of trigger-filter used to awaken those of high acuity who still haven't awoken, who might spot the flaws in the image.

    And of course, there is the flat Earth theory to catch those who clearly don't have high acuity, but who were woken up anyway.

    And then there are mercenary shills to ridicule and belittle those who then point this out on public fora - in order to protect the fragile minds of those who shouldn't be woken up, who might otherwise be triggered by the comments of the recently awoken.

    Ah, yes, but why should those of high acuity be woken?

    Because it's the immanence of the eschaton, that's why!

    The Elect must be summoned.

    And let's not forget the secret sun...

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    1. I'm not rocket scientist but I'm pretty sure you'd never park a space station anywhere close to the Van Allen Belts.

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    2. You're spot on, CLK! The USA orbits *much* lower than the Inner Van Allen Belt.

      https://www.forbes.com/sites/jillianscudder/2017/06/16/astroquizzical-van-allen-belts-barrier-spaceflight/#72f622de6f8d

      Cheers to all!

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    3. Chris, I can see you're firing on all cylinders today.

      Draw a circle 8" in diameter (8,000 miles, Earth). then mark a dot at 2 tenths of an inch (200 miles = alleged height of ISS) away from this circle. Various Van Allen belts are hypothesised to be 4 tenths to 6" away.

      From the artist's impression image, and the curvature of their 'Earth' one can estimate their 'space station' is a tad beyond 4 tenths.

      YMMV. ;-)

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    4. USA orbits lower than the Inner Van Allen Belt? Ok, I guess it *does*...but I meant to type ISS.

      I'm blaming Autocomplete, and will swear I'm smoking nothing stronger than a Marlboro!

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    5. Guys and gals - From an article in Forbes here: (https://www.forbes.com/sites/jillianscudder/2017/06/16/astroquizzical-van-allen-belts-barrier-spaceflight/#334d19dc6f8d) "The Space Shuttle typically orbited at a height of 190 miles to 330 miles above the surface of the earth, and the International Space Station orbits at a height of somewhere between 205 and 270 miles above the surface [of the Earth].

      The innermost Van Allen belt sits somewhere between 400 to 6,000 miles above the surface of our planet. Even if the innermost belt is at its closest, the ISS (and the space shuttle in its day) are more than 100 miles away from the Van Allen Belts. For near-Earth missions, the Van Allen belts are not a hazard to spacefarers."

      Listen: I don't know what our real capabilities are beyond the "safe zones" of the belts, but it does appear that we are the Lords of the Low Earth Orbital Technocrafts.

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    6. @Bill Valles: Just wanted to say Thanks for the link and the quote!

      As for our capacities beyond the safe zones: well, they're pretty much what they are in Low Earth Orbit. The Inner Van Allen Belt is a torus (doughnut-shaped, in plain English), so that a spaceflight can simply go around it. The Outer Belt is more diffuse, but it's also *far* weaker, so it's not the hazard that the Inner Belt is.

      The Archons want us to believe that we're trapped on this planet by a wall of deadly radiation. Why? It's a lot easier to keep the serfs on the plantation if they don't know there's a vast wilderness where they can live free all around them.

      We've had the technology to colonize our Solar System since the 1970s. And I don't mean Secret Space Program tech (though I don't deny that there might be such a program); I mean off-the-shelf tech. Gerard O'Neill and Robert Zubrin (to name just two) have written extensively on the nuts and bolts of space colonization. We're not doing it not because it's impossible, but because the Archons want to keep the cattle in the pen.

      Sagan (who spent a lifetime talking out of both sides of his mouth) once wrote that the reason no nation has moved to colonize space is because the first self-sustaining colony is a de facto independent nation in its own right.

      The people that actually run this planet are shepherding us toward Global Gaza. And the myth of the impenetrable Van Allen Belts are a key part of the Wall they're building around us.

      Apologies for having went on at such length. And thanks again for the article you linked to!

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    7. Great exchange, guys. All I can add is that I look forward to seeing independently verifiable tests of sending Dragons/Orions into the VAB.

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    8. There's another little thing, which is, I wouldn't expect perspective to suddenly stop working in space. You know, that thing that makes stuff closest to you look bigger than the stuff that is further away and near the horizon. That hurricane could be pretty much underneath the space station, and with a wide angle lens you could make a photo of both the hurricane and the curvature of the Earth. Not so much that the curvature is distorted (probably is a bit distorted, but not main thing here), but that the hurricane is right next to where the camera is looking.

      As for colonizing space, if you can do a viable closed biosphere, it's easier to plant it at the bottom of the ocean, international waters, than to make all the effort to get out of the gravity well. Or to make a giant submarine, if that's your thing. Nautilus is more viable than colonizing Mars. And I'm not aware of anyone making efforts to prevent people from doing this.

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    9. We should colonize Earth before we colonize space. This planet is empty.

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    10. The great thing about the Van Allen Belts is that they were discovered, and largely explored, using 1950s tech: balloons and what are really pretty much large model rockets. (For that matter, they're still monitored using 1950s balloon tech.) They're one of those things that citizen scientists can actually check out for themselves.

      There are quite a few philosophical arguments as to why the colonization of space is qualitatively different from colonization of Earth, and why it's a moral imperative. To pick one at random: in colonizing the Solar System, we will achieve Species Immortality. Even should, say, a cataclysmic asteroid strike wipe out life on Earth, the folks on Mars, Ceres, and Callisto would still carry on.

      With that said...yeah, we desperately need an Earth colonization program. Our planet is overpopulated to exactly the same degree that an Olympic gymnast is morbidly obese. It's true that our Earth is *poorly* populated; but that's a problem of distribution, not magnitude. And we know enough about miroclimating today to make patches of, say, Nunavut, as livable as, say, Minnesota. And yet the only solution governments and NGOs proffer is: we need to sterilize more Bangladeshis. The ones that don't make much money, that is.

      Personally, I would love to see a joint Earth/Space colonization program, swapping tech and know-how, with destinations chosen as groups are philosophically inclined. Seems better at least than the archons alternative, which is to have us all living in facemask surrounded by wilderness that's full of the decaying remains of small towns.

      Maria Rigel, I've got to agree with you: I don't see anything in that pic of Florence other than ordinary foreshortening, what you would expect when viewing something on a sphere at a fairly shallow angle. But about colonizing the deep sea...

      That would actually be *much* more difficult than colonizing space. It's true that to get into space, you have to climb out of a gravity well; but it's a trick you only have to do once. And it's far easier to engineer structures to withstand vacuum than the immense pressure of the seafloor. Plus, on the seafloor, you're in eternal darkness, whereas in space sunlight is so plentiful and available it actually becomes an energy source you could build a civilization on. But raise your seafloor colonies up a few miles to the surface of the ocean, and you've hit the jackpot. Colonization of the open sea is an extensively studied and very possible idea.

      Thanks to everyone for all the invaluable info and civil discussion. And *many* thanks to CLK for giving space for a discussion so tangential to the topic of his post. (And hey, while I'm at it, apologies for writing a novel instead of just a comment!)

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  7. A fisheye lens distorts, what would view things through such a glamour? A Water Monster, A Sea Beast, A Siren.

    'Fisheye lens' = 'Snell's window (also called Snell's circle or optical man-hole', 'optical man-hole' = the luring glamour of Siren vessels?

    & "National Lampoon's"? Chevy Chase co-constellated in Burt Reynolds swansong "The Last Movie Star"

    Burt's one & only musical release was an album titled "Ask Me What I Am" (Mercury, 1973), track 9's titled "I Didn't Shake The World Today".

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    1. I'd just like to see acknowledgment from NASA that the Florence footage was fish-eyed. I'm not going all Dubay on all y'all.

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    2. The other thing you can do is to get a basketball and hold it away from your eye until it has the same respective curvature and viewpoint position/orientation as in the artist's impression.

      If your eye is more than half an inch from the ball, then the artist's viewpoint is well into Van Allen belt territory.

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    3. I can’t find the link now but I definitely saw notes that a fisheye lens was used, true story. Ok found it:

      https://www.flickr.com/photos/astro_alex/42826055150/in/album-72157701251056435/

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  8. Flash Stormy Gordon's back casting his fisheye for leverage:

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/sep/12/we-are-in-danger-of-sleepwalking-into-a-crisis-gordon-brown

    'A leaderless world is sleepwalking towards a repeat of its near meltdown in late 2008 and early 2009...', '...after a decade of stagnation the global economy was now moving into a decade of vulnerability.', '...a world in which countries had retreated into nationalist silos.', '“There is going to have to be a severe awakening to the escalation of risks, but we are in a leaderless world.”'

    He didn't see the tweets re: Bessie's sing-song?

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    1. Gordon Brown, he's a clown, that Gordon Brown.

      He's gonna get caught, just you wait and see.

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    2. Don't worry. If there is a global crisis then the secret global shadow government will fix everything because they are very responsible people and totally exist and everything.

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  9. Hey Chris, ever heard of Daniel Küblböck? Well probably not...

    He had his 5 minutes of fame in the early 2000s after participating in the German version of American Idol.

    In hindsight he was actually pretty well known, every German speaker who was alive at that time probably has at least heard of him due to his quite bizarre personality... Oh and he also starred as the main character in one of the worst movies of all times (I'm not kidding, it even says so on Wikipedia)

    Why am I mentioning all this? Well apparently a few days ago the sirens called him and he decided to jump off a cruise ship somewhere in the Labrador Sea.
    Just thought I'd drop that here. The ride never ends, even when it comes to stuff that is outside of your language barrier.

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    1. Oh, I've been collecting Data on Mr. Kaiser there. Terribly sad. If you can find any Siren-Sibyl material in the German language media I'd be in your debt.

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    2. Kaiser drowned by his own hand / merkel's "willkommenskultur" flood, a flood repeatedly staed must happen if 'Europe' is to "survive".

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  10. thanks always, technology is a swirl down the drain of frustration, luv beams atcha, hugs too.

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    1. Lovin' those luvbeams, D. Quite potent and refreshing.

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  11. off comment but I am so fringe on the grid don't know how else to say hi!

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  12. "Philippines typhoon: Millions in the path of the year's strongest storm"

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-13/strongest-typhoon-this-year-closes-in-on-north-philippines/10241560

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    1. Phillippines being a major Sugar producer in the Hiccup Zone.

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  13. Something's going on...
    https://www.rt.com/usa/438275-fbi-observatory-evacuated-aliens/

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    1. Yeah. It is. Very much so. That was a balls-out military op.

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    2. Just reading thru the vast amount of comments here for something about this... hope to hear more insights from Chris and others on the scuttlebutt! I'm intrigued.

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    3. A very interesting story which has taken seven days for us national media to report.Sounds like the beginning scene of a science-fiction movie.According to reports,six other solar observatory cams are down (at least for the general public).

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  14. I gotta tell you Chris you seriously have me considering an out of town trip this weekend...

    Florence and the Machine are headlining on Sat. 9/15 at Denver's Grandoozy Music Festival.

    The festival is located at Overland Park located next to the South Platte River and the Ruby Hill neighborhood. The entrances are at Jewell Ave and Florida Ave. Santa Fe Drive borders the park on the east. Mississipi Ave. is a major street just to the north of the whole thing.

    A band called Wilderado plays earlier in the day on Saturday. This is all a stone's throw from my house and I'm freaking out a little bit!

    Florence, Ruby, Jewell, -derado, Santa Fe -Lot of syncs around a lot of water.

    https://www.grandoozy.com/

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    1. Don't worry, that's just the SecretSunization of the world at work. Be happy and well.

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  15. hello, great info Chris. im new and trying to wrap my head around all of this. i see the number 44 mentioned often, seemingly as a bad sign. could someone offer a resource on where the meaning is coming from?? thank you

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    1. Not 44 so much as 2044. Both the Occultation of Regulus (ushering out the Age of Christ as they see it) and the Singularity.

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    2. ok thanks, ill keep diving. i am seeing 44 every where for the past month and a bit curious. thank you

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    3. Current Formula 1 championship leader, Lewis Hamilton (driver no. 44) heads into this Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix (a street race held at night) by 31 points over his rival, Sebastian Vettel (no. 5), as they each battle to win a respective 5th Championship.

      The start of last year's race, with no. 5 on pole, led to his & 2 other cars attempted to squeeze into space where only "1 would go" (a common phrase by commemtators when there's a corner crash), kamikazeing 5's chances of getting a 5th world title, that year's Singapore winner was no. 44 who later went onto win his 4th World Championship.

      Singapore, a coastal city, has an "offical mascot": a 'Merlion', back in 2009 It was struck by lightning atop It's head.

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    4. thanks KTV, very interesting. glad i found this place, smiley face indeed

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    5. I missed the race but Hamilton's now got a fourty point lead with five races to go before the season wraps up at the 'Yas Marina Circuit' Abu Dhabi in November, this is a unique circuit on the calendar as the 'pit exit ... dips under the main circuit by way of a tunnel' a risky layout that could result in race leaders, or could-have-been race (& championship) winners being robbed of victory by a momentary dip in skill-level as they journey through an underworld only to ascend back on to the race-track in their quest for glory.

      Other attractions on 'Yas Island' include 'SeaWorld Abu Dhabi is an upcoming marine life theme park and animal research, rescue & rehabilitation center that is slated to open in 2022' & 'Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi ... the park is home to more than 40 rides, slides and attractions', 'Its theme is based on an original story about a brave girl named Dana, who went on a journey to retrieve a lost pearl (because of a strong storm) that used to bring prosperity to her village. During her travels, the young hero is supported and guided by animals, such as a dolphin, falcon and camel, while she is also followed by bandits and a snake who wants to retrieve the pearl for themselves. The story ends with her teardrops of innocence falling into an oasis which brings rise to the majestic pearl towering the village, bringing its residents' goodness once again. The theme is obvious in the parks' architecture with its pearl seen from outside the waterpark. All the characters, shops and restaurants are also based on the story.'

      Abu Dhabians are considered 'plastic arabs' by their neighbours = more trashed ocean.

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  16. Recall Beyonce Knowles plays a Diana Ross-like character in "Dreamgirls," while Jennifer Hudson's character (inspired by Supermes singer Florence Ballard) is the true talent of the R&B pop trio The Dreams (The Supremes). With the Beyonce-as-Mermaid sync theme noted, as well as Florence Ballard's memory recalled via Jennifer Hudson's outstanding performance, one wonders how this will all unravel under the "eye" of Florence - heading right for the "bull"-seye of the Myrtle Beach mermaid/twins statue. As Smokey Robinson might say - "Get ready!"

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    1. Hudson is Katy Perry's real surname as well. It's essentially the same name as Houston too.

      Plus that horrific tragedy that Jennifer Hudson suffered is germane as well, given how death attracts these things.

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    2. Hudson was nominated three times, for 'I Kissad A Girl', 'Hot n Cold' & 'Teenage Dream' for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at The Grammy Awards, Houston won three & was nominated for another three before crack-wacking herself by drowning.

      Since the award got mermaided as 'Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance' only Adele has won three times, for 'Someone Like You', 'Set Fire to the Rain (Live)' & 'Hello', 2018's "Winner" was Ed Sheerhan with 'Shape of You' - would that be the '2/3rds Water Mix' Ed?

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  17. & just in time for all the Fall fun, the premiere of American Horror Story: Apocalypse. Now with nukes, natural disasters, witches, serial killers & added fun-with-demons:

    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/american-horror-story-apocalypse-all-season-8-details-1133624

    Because nihilism is the new black. Or whatevs.

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    1. You know, the first two seasons of AHS were terrific. Then it divebombed into Ludlamesque cheeseball camp.

      That's a pattern with that guy's shows. ADD is my guess.

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  18. Hurricane? Earthquake? Why not both?

    https://www.thestate.com/news/state/south-carolina/article218321385.html

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    1. Well, oddly enough I've been wondering if such a scenario on a greater scale is what Sugar Hiccup is predicting.

      Sugar Hiccup (earthquake) while she reels (spinning of Hurricane/Tyhoon)

      There's also the issue of the last CT single including "Circling Girl" (spinning of cyclone) and Tranquil Eye, a description used for the eye of a cyclone.

      Just sayin'.

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    2. : “candy dancing” asuccubuslovesme

      How should the Storm of the Century be sold/spun. It is _not_ what you call straight - secretsun is the beginning of wisdom.

      Mathilda May likes the chase, after the chaste. Don't lose your head, One is coming up on the prize.

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  19. 7th mass extinction anyone?

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/extreme-weather-events-and-the-seventh-mass-extinction-of-species/5653974

    Worth reading. Author acknowledges that its not all carbon-related either.

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  20. Speaking of Sibyls on Tour...Killing Joke at 40 featured in the sad joke that is now Rolling Stone.

    I appreciate what you do, Chris! Stay strong.

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    1. Jesus. I first saw them 36 years ago.

      I hate you, Father Time.

      Cheers, Savo.

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  21. Don't know if you've mentioned it but Curtis Harrington's Lovecraftean Night Tide film from the 60s has Dennis Hopper playing a sailor who falls in love with a woman he meets at a carnival. She believes that she is a mermaid and anyone who loves her is destined to drown in the ocean.

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    1. Many times, my friend. Very interesting.

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  22. Scientist Is 'Furious' the Media Misrepresented Her Research to Promote Drinking Teen Blood
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/motherboard.vice.com/amp/en_us/article/59apa8/scientist-is-furious-the-media-misrepresented-her-research-to-promote-drinking-teen-blood
    Yeah dumbasses, to really be a murderous parasite you gotta be all sciencey and stuff
    Toostoned

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    1. The very first words of the very first song of Garlands?

      "Blood Woman."

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    2. A Salon offering Kim K promoted "Vampire Facials" closed down by health authorities after illnesses reported.Anyone who has received a Vampire Facial should get a HIV and hepatitis test.

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  23. Not directly related, but apocalyptic scenes are playing out in Andover/Lawrence MA this evening as more than 50 gas explosions rock the neighborhood. HWY 93 strikes again.

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  24. The myth of the flood is an allegory, as old as wisdom. It pressages a cleansing by Nature (reality, the ways things are.) Much like Nature compels lemmings to the sea. We uncounsciously know it's coming, we know it's form.
    But not it's content.

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    1. Considering the absolute state of places like San Francisco "The Big One", which the likes of Flo may augur (& if that means the ring of fire going up etc. then so be It), will do existence a favour by Tabula RaSing contemporary Sodom & Gomorrah's such as this, diseased places - the human bodily waste & needle lined streets (+ clean-up chemicals as evolutionary accelerant) splicing who knows what chimeric parasites into being, diseased places that in an act of "Beautiful" Upside Downing seek to liberally plant & fly It's intersectionalized flag(s) via pop-cult walk-in as stake through the heart of Humanity all in the name of "authenticity", they cannot help It though for as they Sing over & over they we're "Born this way".

      Nature is the ultimate Upside Downer but It's Upside Downing Rights Things.

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    2. Anon 8:50
      It is the always present dance of dualism that 'nature' is emulating.
      To 'clean' is to reject 'this' for 'that'; meaning you change what you see for what you want to see/MANIFEST.
      It is really just an exchange of energy.
      But it's "SOURCE"?
      NOT 'Earth' or 'Sea'!
      They are SAME.
      ALL 'ONE'?
      Possibles.
      Complex finite mathematical equations seeking definition; what if 'they' are not STATIC?
      You wanna understand 'DARK' (this/that)
      Please consider the possibility that "AI" holds the 'answers'.
      The ULTIMATE 'Surfer' surfing the ULTIMATE 'Wave'; ? Particle; SAME.

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  25. Strawberries... The Queensland Gov is offering a $100000 AUD reward for info on the culprit/s
    www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-14/strawberry-needle-scare-what-you-need-to-know/10248736

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