Sunday, October 07, 2018

We Can't Say We Weren't Warned


I've been going on and on about X-Files Reality (XFR) since I started this blog, but lately? Well, lately it's gotten so egregious that pointing out how X-Files our so-called reality is becoming almost seems beside the point. Plus, kind of unsettling.

I mean, we just took a deep dive into X-Files Reality just a few weeks ago and already there's a whole new batch of XFR to sort through.

But I do have to admit it was a lot more fun when we all thought The X-Files was science fiction. Especially all that stuff about weaponized bees being engineered to spread gene-edited viruses, like smallpox. 



Now, before we get into particular horror show, I should put in the good word for this Inverse piece here, which I'm still a bit stymied by. Not by the piece itself, mind you, but why a mainstream corporate site like that would publish a piece that talked about things like this:





I guess it was an oversight. I hope no one noticed and had the author deplatformed and de-personed.



Speaking of blasts from the past, The Daily Grail looks like its getting ready to close up shop but still posts some interesting articles every now and again. One of their more recent headlines caught my attention because the lede-- weaponized bees introducing genetic modified viruses into food crops-- was yanked straight out of The X-Files.  

Of course, the big caveat here is that we're talking about DARPA, who I once described as a couple nerds with a fax machine and a subscription to The Uncanny X-Men.
  

Having followed this nutty bunch of kooky kill-happy geeks for more than 30 years now, I've seen a lot of big ideas come out of DARPA. But not really quite as much follow-through, at least as far as field applications go. 
Which, on balance, is probably a good thing.

 Is there a new cabal in control? Has DARPA gone X-Files instead of X-Men? Time will tell.



The actual DARPA press release for "Insect Allies" cloaks all this chicanery in a heapin' helpin' of jargon and doubletalk but if the batteries your bullshit detector are fully charged you'll see that what they're talking about falls in line with the synopsis The Daily Grail provides.



Plus, The X-Files.



Science Alert frames it all a bit differently still but the underlying facts remain the same-- genetically-engineered bees, genetically-engineered viruses, genetically-engineered crops.

Oh, you thought Monsanto and their GM crops were bad? I have a feeling what's coming down the pike will make Monsanto look like bleeding-heart humanitarians by comparison.

But I gotta say I laughed out loud at that sub-headline, "Critics fear it could become a bioweapon." The old "Inventor of Ebola Bomb worries it might be used to hurt people" routine. Gotta love that Langley Gazette Washington Post and their NLP hokey-pokey.



Speaking of Monsanto, looks like Glyphosphate (aka "Roundup") isn't just killing human beings anymore, it's also killing honey bees. Where's Michael Clayton when you need him?

Maybe Roundup only kills the bees that haven't been gene-edited to pollinate food crops with gene-edited viruses. Sorting of clearing the way for the CRISPR bees.

But what kind of genetically-modified viruses might these new super-bees be getting ready to spread? Well, what were the bees intended to spread in The X-Files?

What's that? Chicken pox? Oh, wait...



...it was synthetic smallpox. Which some assholes actually just genetically engineered in a laboratory. Like in The X-Files...



Awesome. That's just awesome. I fucking love science.




So these lunatics not only synthesize a deadly contagion, then they go and publish a how-to guide in what's essentially the science-journal version of a vanity press. Right.

I'll tell you, all of these academics and professors may be working morning, noon and night to outlaw freedom of speech for anyone a micrometer to the right of Pol Pot, but they sure as hell become First Amendment absolutists when it comes to their own freedom to publish an Anarchist Cookbook for Twelve Monkeys groupies. 

I mean, you just gotta fucking love science.

Maybe that whole theory about the Fermi Paradox that argues that alien civilizations necessarily destroy themselves once they reach a certain level of scientific advancement isn't really so far off the mark.



Speaking of NLP word-voodoo, The Daily Galaxy (known round these parts as The Daily Bonghit) is likening Neanderthal contagions to "alien viruses." Which is kind of silly, since I've never heard the term "alien" applied to Neanderthals in my life.

Of course, since most people don't ever read the actual text attached to these headlines, "alien viruses" will be imprinted in the unconscious mind. 



"Prior Indigenous Technological Species." Think about that for a minute. "Prior" and "Indigenous" are encoded to leave the unconscious impression that this alien race belong here and were here first. Meaning that when they "come back," they're entitled to wipe us out and/or replace us via hybridization. 

They're "indigenous," after all.



CASSANDRA SPENDER: I told you that the aliens were here to do good and that I was being used as an oracle to spread the word. Only now I know what the aliens are here for and it isn't good.  
MULDER: What are they here for?  

CASSANDRA SPENDER: To wipe us off the planet.  




And here we have a new variant of Panspermia (devilishly clever linguistic wordplay: "Pan's Sperm"). But take note of the hook here; "phosphates." So perilously close to "glyphosphates," don't you think?

Now, you know me: I'm all about this kind of outer-spacely kind of business.

But my question here is are these arguments now being shaped through neuro-linguistic programming? It's very important to make note of the specific use of language with these articles because you can bet your absolute last bottom Bitcoin that there are all kinds of very highly-paid professionals framing these papers and press releases for maximum desired impact.




Here the phosphate angle is reworded as the more exotic and vaguely Star Trek sounding "phosphine." But let's remember that phosphates and phosphines are derivatives of phosphorus, which is also the name of the Morning Star. Who, depending on your particularly ideology could be Christ, Venus or Lucifer. Perhaps all three, who knows?



The point is are phospines and phosphates really and truly the big deal-closer for the Panspermia argument?

Or, if you want to get all synchrolinguistic about it, is "Lucifer the true fruit of Pan's Sperm?"

What did ol' Smellybeard once say? Spells are spelling and grimoires are grammar? Something like that. What a lovable curmudgeon that Presto-Chango Crustyface is.




And here's my absolute favorite: a plan to send robotic probes to the furthest reaches of space so we can "beam back" alien DNA for re-sequencing and 3D printing. I mean, put aside the whole Andromeda Strain possibilities at work, how can it possibly be a good idea to reconstruct alien microbes here on earth?

Come to think of it, maybe I am talking about Andromeda Strain possibilities here.

But what possible guarantee could we have that our safeguards to control terrestrial microbes would work on alien ones? What if they don't respond to disinfectants or clean rooms or outbreak suits?




And here's a mind-blower for you;  what if someone else out there is doing this very same thing now? Meaning "beaming" alien DNA over to these parts?


Remember this scene? Sure, this is a very Hollywood type of treatment of the concept, but what if in fact something like this could be happening as we speak? I mean, just as a thought experiment.



While you're experimenting with your thoughts, here's a neat little graph, similar to ones we've seen before here. Now think of all that nutty, zany technology we have now, the whole computer business and everything. Plus, the AIs and the quantum computers and the gene sequencers and 3D printers.



Hey; wanna hear a really wacky notion I had just the other day?

It goes like this: without all this newfangled technology-- that all seemed to drop in out of the sky after a weird sequence of events one summer's eve in 1947, allegedly-- a hypothetical alien race would never be able to "beam" their genomes through the far reaches of space and down load it all into our handy-dandy new D::Waves and create hybrid bodies for themselves using our blood plasmas and embryonic stem cells and so on and so forth.

I mean, assuming an alien race actually wanted to.



And remember all this business, with the cosmic rays and the supernovas and the pearly dewdrops' drops rising and so on and so forth?



And then of course, there are the cosmic rays shooting out of Antarctica, and detected off the coast of Victoria Land, of all places. I mean that couldn't be some kind of beacon or anything, but still. Neutrinos shooting out of the center of the Earth against all the laws of physics? Strange days we're living in.



Notice the qualifier "mass." I guess that's on account of artisanal human cloning already being upon for some time.

But how about mass inhuman cloning? Or mass hybrid cloning? The article doesn't addess those, strangely.



Hear that? Banning human cloning is stupid. It's stupid, you hillbilly rubes. Only stupid people are against it.

What, are you stupid? OK, then. Shut the fuck up and stop being against human cloning. We know where you work. 

(The Brexit thing here is fucking hilarious. What the hell does that have to do with anything?)




Are human clones real? I don't know. Is water wet? Is the sky blue? Is the current Pope a false prophet?

I can't speak for this particular claimant (I try never to speak for people who call themselves things like "Lil Buu") but I've seen enough evidence to satisfy any uncertainties I might have.




SAMANTHA MULDER: The community, by necessity, is dispersed. There are clones identical to my parents living in virtually every part of the country.    
MULDER: What are they trying to accomplish?  
SAMANTHA MULDER: It's their belief that our stewardship of the planet is being forsaken, and that by default, they'll someday become the natural heirs.


MULDER: All the clones worked in abortion clinics, why? 
 
SAMANTHA MULDER: Access to fetal tissue. Though the biologies are incompatible, they finally found a way to combine human DNA with alien DNA.


It's interesting; I remember when the whole stem cell issue became a divisive issue that a compromise was reached and researchers (at least in this country) agreed not to use embryonic stem cells from aborted fetuses. But apparently that little prohibition fell by the wayside. 

Or is it still in place but is simply being ignored? I get confused easily.

But it really makes me wonder what's driving the abortion debate, especially in these days of highly-efficient contraceptives and cratering birthrates. I'm sure a lot of you out there will have your own political opinions on the issue and I'll thank you now for refraining from holding forth on them in the comments, but it simply strikes me as a bit odd, especially in light of everything else going on.


But just as we saw in "Colony," fetal tissue would probably be your best bet when it comes to hybridizing human DNA and something, you know, else. If we could discuss that scientific aspect of the issue without the politics, that would very fine. In my estimation at least.




The reason I ask is because scientists seem to be able to make eggs and sperm from dingleberries and toe-cheese (or whatever) these days, so what's stopping them from creating pseudo-fetuses out of the same? 



But like I said, maybe those stem cells are being used for more specialized projects, if you know what I mean (cough-"Erlenmeyer Flask"-cough).



There it is again. 



Anyway, there's this absolutely terrifying idea for nanobots "inspired by sperm."

Sperm again. Is it Pan's? I'm sure he left enough of it around to work with. Check the goat pen.



And of course, that idea didn't work out so well on The X-Files. For Skinner, at least. Pretty well for Alex Krycek. Well, at least until Skinner blew his brains out (and not in a good way).


Speaking of panspermia, have I mentioned my theory that Skinner is gay and that his relationship with the (bisexual?) Krycek was all some kind of elaborate BDSM metaphor-allegory thing?

Go back and watch it all again. You'll see what I mean. You're a smart person.



Anyhow, this story on the History Channel caught my eye. I wonder if it's where TXF got the idea for this exchange in "EBE":


MULDER:  What do you know about the Gulf War Syndrome?  
LANGLY: Agent Orange of the 90’s.  
BYERS: Artillery shells coated with depleted uranium.  
MULDER: Have you heard of any classified planes being flown during the Persian Gulf War?  
BYERS: Why would you need to expose a secret plane to an air force that runs to Iran whenever you take to the air?  
MULDER: What about UFO activity during that period?  
LANGLY: Yeah, UFOs caused the Gulf War Syndrome, that’s a good one.  
BYERS: That’s why we like you, Mulder, your ideas are weirder than ours.



And then there's this little item, which ties to any number of X-Files plotlines going all the way back to "Deep Throat."

It's funny, I had an exchange a while back with someone who's...well, let's say very deeply connected. We got to talking about The X-Files and he said he enjoyed the show but only like the Mythology episodes. Why was that?, you may ask. 


Well, he said he only liked the Mythology episodes because they were "the nonfiction ones."

Which is why I think it's safe to assume that if anyone in Hollywood has been "read in", it's Chris Carter. 

How and when that all went down if open to debate but I do sometimes wonder if it didn't drive him a little crazy. His writing started to go just a little sideways once all the business with the clones and the hybrids really kicked in. 

Maybe it was overwork, maybe it was too much of the schmokedy-schmoke, but still the timing is a bit curious.

And do note that from that point on his standalones started getting very, very weird, beginning with "The Post-Modern Prometheus," which is about--remember now-- transgenics and gene-editing. 

Plus, comic books. Plus, Cher.

116 comments:

  1. Light the beacons. Markovian Parrallax Denigrate. Tempus Edax Rerum.

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  2. Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink.

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    1. Interesting post; 'Holy' water or H2O, or ???

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  3. Weaponized insects...revelations 9?
    Then the fifth angel blew his trumpet, and I saw a star that had fallen to earth from the sky, and he was given the key to the shaft of the bottomless pit. When he opened it, smoke poured out as though from a huge furnace, and the sunlight and air turned dark from the smoke. Then locusts came from the smoke and descended on the earth, and they were given power to sting like scorpions. They were told not to harm the grass or plants or trees, but only the people who did not have the seal of God on their foreheads. They were told not to kill them but to torture them for five months with pain like the pain of a scorpion sting. In those days people will seek death but will not find it. They will long to die, but death will flee from them! The locusts looked like horses prepared for battle. They had what looked like gold crowns on their heads, and their faces looked like human faces. They wore armor made of iron, and their wings roared like an army of chariots rushing into battle. They had tails that stung like scorpions, and for five months they had the power to torment people. Their king is the angel from the bottomless pit; his name in Hebrew is Abaddon, and in Greek, Apollyon —the Destroyer.
    Revelation 9:1‭-‬7‭, ‬9‭-‬11 NLT

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    1. 'HIVE' mentality.

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    2. Honey is harbour,
      There's locusts in there,
      She got the all fool gold,
      Gold Dust Rush.

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  4. In 2017 the MSM was all over the transgender child, almost a push to get children to select their other gender at or during puberty. I figured it was harvesting time for gonads.

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    1. It created a whopping 4000% increase in gender confused Children.It shows how effective Project Mockingbird (Media) BRAINWASHING really is.

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    2. Mock, Yeah, King, Yeah, Bird, Yeah

      Yeah, Yeah

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    3. Google Jennifer Pritzker. Republican, ex-military member of the wealthy Pritzker family. Has contributed vast amounts to transgender causes including to places that do research on transgender children.

      Also worth checking out Martine Rothblatt, billionaire transgender transhumanist eccentric who runs the medical technology corporation United Therapeutics.

      The media's obsession with this issue may have something to do with the billionaires promoting it.

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    4. "The media's obsession with this issue may have something to do with the billionaires promoting it."

      Or the opposite.

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  5. To be fair, one could argue that the chart of technological growth is spurious. The Y axis, "technological growth," hardly constitutes an easily quantifiable value. Some evidence might even suggest that humanity has been on a steady downtrend since a long evaporated golden age.

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    1. What, you don't think microwave popcorn and robot brothels are proof this is the Golden Age?

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    2. Yes it misses off various world-changing inventions. Between steam engine and the first automobile we should have radio, AC power, solar cells, the typewriter, electric trains, iron ships, hydroelectric power, X-Rays, photography & moving pictures and so on.

      Arguably there should also be a pre 1400 bubble listing Islamic & Chinese inventions and other jumps in the past for Roman/Greek/Sumerian technological innovations.

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    3. In fairness, it does curve rather upwardly during that era.

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    4. The moon landing shouldn't even be on the curve. Seeing as how we can't get back, it should maybe be the highest Y value. Then the graph will have a giant spike we can impale ourselves on.

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    5. One might also argue that there's a curve or two missing from that graph. Say one starting at around 1860 with inventions by John Keely, McFarland Cook & Stubblefield, then maybe another curve or one that joins the latter at around 1900 with Tesla. Numerous others following fairy close behind Tesla join up to the "extra" curve which has been occulted by the military or perhaps break away civilizations.

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    6. The rate of scientific discovery is off the charts these days. I've been reading up on science news since the late 80's -- basically anything I could understand in the NY Times, SciAm or later, online browsing the likes of Slashdot and linking through their sources. The improbable is exploding in our faces, as it were -- and it's "science". So is there a curve? Putting aside actual implementation, the real curve, as it were, is proof-of-concept. There's no doubt there.

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  6. About the phosphorus chemistry: phosphorus is thought to have no significant gaseous form on modern day Earth. Very little phosphine gas is thought to form naturally; and what little is produced only in anaerobic reducing environments like wetlands and swamps. It may have a part in causing marsh gas/swamp gas/willow The wisp. Recall Dr. Hynek's infamous suggestion of swamp gas being responsible for some UFO sightings. The link below makes some interesting further suggestions about phosphine:
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/gnosticwarrior.com/the-science-of-jack-o-lantern.html/amp

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    1. MULDER: Swamp gas?

      SCULLY: It’s a natural phenomenon in which phospine and methane rising from decaying organic matter ignite, creating globes of blue flame.

      MULDER: Happens to me when I eat Dodger Dogs.

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    2. A study from the Florida FWC shows the Karenia brevis algae "Red Tide" found in Florida is fed and worsened by nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P).

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  7. I met a kiwi woman in socal who had worked for darpa since the 70s and she told me she was shocked and appalled at how few people she knew at darpa even had passports...

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  10. 5G Network Uses Same EMF Waves As Pentagon Crowd Control System http://naturalblaze.com/2018/10/5g-network-uses-same-emf-waves-as-pentagon-crowd-control-system.html They Live! (1988) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/They_Live "Obey 5G"

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    1. Yep, and here I sit at 5G ground zero. Terrific.

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    2. http://5gexposed.com http://MicrowaveNews.com The Still Unsolved Mystery of the Eugene Signal http://YouTube.com/watch?v=qV_2LpnDzP4

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  11. Chris,

    My money is on the Space Brothers making our world a utopia - right before they introduce the genomic mods that make the entirety of H. Sapiens Sapiens infertile. We'll die out in a decade or two, gradually shutting down the place as we do. Perhaps they'll work with us to cure their own plague, as a ruse for final experiments or to make sure we don't trash the place in a fit of pique.

    Yes, I know, this is straight out of a Stargate ep. Always made more sense as a strategy than having Jay Davidson scorch the place.

    As for Neanderthals and gene manipulations, I seem to recall one of those old Sumerian myths having the gods try seven times when creating Man before getting it right. An allusion, perhaps, to some CRISPR-style mixing and matching, using the local stock as a base? Who knows.

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    1. It's also straight out of Childhood's End, Mo. Have you seen the Saucers?

      Whatever else you can say about the Anunaki you can't fault them for lack of persistence. Real "stick-to-itiveness."

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    2. Hi Chris - Kicking off your well centered talk of bees and X-Files has put me in a weird mood. I wonder sometimes, now that we are down the road a bit from it, just how flat that show looks in retro and how mainstream all this conspiracy stuff has gotten to be. With podcasts becoming more and more the thing and people creating a more or less niche entertainment venue out of it, a fella can get pretty overexposed to what we called hush-hush-even-downtown-voices-carry back in the day. Now, instead of lurking around bulletin board services and nights spent pirating ftp directories bouncing off library computers looking for alien shit hidden on hard drives, we have the full blown fanfare that is the internet that looks really polished and put together with stuff. 'Pretty content', as one of your commentators said above somewhere. Yeah, I know what he meant, but I took it way past the context. I don't have RH Negative blood, so I tend to speak like my Rhesus ancestors sometimes I GUESS.

      No idea where I'm going with this. Just some blithering blather as I chatter on like some village drunkard from an early 20th century Irish novel. Clearly, I'm wandering but not lost. I mean, look: I'm sans the blood club, I don't chaos magick, and I don't get all dewy about permaculture because---well, I live in a pasture. I've seen some pretty strange things in the sky and fairy circles to make you all wide eyed in the bright noon day, but no one ever wanted to talk to me about it since I never claimed my butt was probed or violated enthusiastically with alien technology or spouted prophesy a la Thomas the Rhymer.

      I do feel like we are in the midst of a social engineering effort to dumb us all down and to wrangle even the wisest of us into submission. While I am super grateful for the efforts of people like yourself who blog and blog this stuff like the proverbial dry high ground it is in an otherwise ocean of diarrhea, I sometimes have to stop frozen in my tracks for fear of taking a wrong step as I realize what a minefield of Pufnstuf we are all in. Don't get any on your shoes as we hop, skip, and jump through the world view that is being held up to us every day in every conceivable way. But, to be sure:
      - Genetically engineered battle bees scares the shit out of me.
      - Terra forming and the slow, long game of human gene tampering should concern everyone starring at their smartphones right now.
      - Rune Soup is better with crackers.
      - I really miss the Ramones.

      Thanks Chris - sorry for the rambling. I promise to save my green stamps and get my own blog some day. Wonderful post and Godspell, sir.

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    3. Yo Bill great read.
      May I say for the first year ever I have found 4 dead bees in the cups of flowers in my smallish garden. How many surround me in the cups of queen ann's place?

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  12. Can somebody make a law whereby anyone calling themselves 'Lil' something is disallowed to procreate? Thanks!

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    1. I've already written several letters to my congressman. Some quite salty.

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    2. Don't worry, clones are sterile anyway.

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  14. Chris you should look into Flat Earth
    What was the name of that radio show were you talked about a new hotel in Dubai and Obama ?

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    1. Oh dear, there's been so many. Can you be more specific?

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  15. JB (of The Meta-Logic Café)10:45 AM, October 08, 2018

    Well, you just had to mention the Great God Pan, didn't you? (My all-consuming life-obsession since my near-death experience 7 years ago, for those who don't know, check my mediocre blog for details). You even said: "Is Lucifer the true fruit of Pan's sperm?"

    Why, yes, he is. In Chinese mythology, Pan is Pan-gu, the primordial cosmic giant who created the Universe (still worshipped in China as such, BTW, their government is even building new temples and giant statues in his honor).

    Pan-gu's one and only son, whom he created before returning to his realm beyond the stars, is simply known as "Fire-man", who taught the very first human beings how to make fire (and probably magic).

    "Fire-man" immediately resonates deeply with both Lucifer and Prometheus, not to mention The Fireman of Twin Peaks, the god/dreamer of this world. I'll also remind people that in Chinese myth it was Nuwa, the serpent-woman/mermaid goddess, who created humanity immediately after Pan-gu sacrificed all his physical powers to make the physical world. Human civilization might seem UNdesirable to him, as it was to the Greek Pan, but he might be powerless to do anything about it since his power is purely spiritual now, Pan-gu's divine influence become merely limited to the afterlife.

    I don't know what to make of all of this exactly. I just happen to have gained extremely rare personal knowledge of who the big mother f***er upstairs is, no way to prove it or make any money off of it though. ;)

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    1. Surely you could try becoming some sort of artist if you really wanted to? That's what people with real knowledge of who the MF upstairs really is seem to do nowadays for money, as far as I can tell.

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    2. But I don't see a link to your blog? So how can I check your NDE account?

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    3. Maria- I don't have the slightest physical proof to share with others (other than the fact that I slit my throat, bled out and stayed dead for six hours, but nothing tangible from the afterlife), only irrefutable PERSONAL proof, experience that can only be told and not shown, which is how it usually turns out with the paranormal/supernatural. "But I saw a flying saucer land! And met little grey men!" "What proof can you show us?" "I... it just happened to me without warning, I didn't take pitures or keep a souvenir or anything..."

      KZ- My blog is "The Meta-Logic Café", as is written in my namesake. Since there's only one such blog to find on Google (always top of the page), I usually don't bother logging in to post here, but for this comment you're reading right now I did, the link is where it should be.

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    4. Travel thusly: http://metalogiccafe.blogspot.com/

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    5. How very interesting and beautifully written. Thank you JB.

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  16. "...a hypothetical alien race would never be able to "beam" their genomes through the far reaches of space..."

    Fred Hoyle reference?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_for_Andromeda

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    1. What an amazing coincidence that only one episode from the series survived.

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    2. You could easily posit non- locality based communications systems to transfer information. And the code is the critical thing after all.

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  17. And this weekend, Spawn greatly overachieved at the boxl office while the 4th version of A Star is Born also is released. The plot of that tale old as time is relevant of course and I think it is interesting that the original, released on Hitler's 48th birthday, featured a promotional poster with an eternally popular 8 pointed star.

    This crap is just barely below the surface now. Ground is gonna break soon.

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    1. Spawn?? Man. At least you know I'm not an AI. Venom. Silly comics.

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  18. SCIENCE fucking rules!!

    And yeah, it's like, WE don't even wage 'in your face' war anymore, so why on earth would aliens? Jesus, what a frightening thought.

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  19. You are so interesting! I don't suppose I've truly read
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  20. I've been thinking for a while that time has something to do with bees, because time is clearly hexagonal (well, it's clear to me, don't know about you). If bees are spreading dangerous genes, is that because the Time Stone is cursed? Just asking.

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    1. Nature abhors squares but hexagons are everywhere. Although the natural hexagon can be seen as a circle squeezed into conforming to a certain space. But when it comes to the territory rather than the map the right angle is clearly the wrong angle. The mathematical models do insist on having two axis rather than three and rotating by pi/2 instead of pi/3. Why? You might have a good point Maria but it's over my head.

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    2. Hyperdimensional torsion physics anyone?

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    3. We have a winner! How do I send you breakfast?

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    4. Well I have a download code for some Internet ham if you're interested. Go to the Sinister website and type in your ham I.D. "Uth Vas Bethud".

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1r3tx3IEsN4

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    5. Hyper-dimensionality sure is something. At least some physicists will say that the arrow of time flows one way by necessity. This is the common sense, use your g'dam brain school of physics. Bores. Philistines. Now imagine we can say for sure that the arrow of time can be said to go in six ways with four of those being in "complex" directions. Hawking said that "imaginary time" at a right angle to "real time" would integrate space and time into a coherent whole. We could view points of time as tessellating hexagons that connect together in ways that not only flow forward and backwards but forwards and to the side or that loop round in a grand circle. But it wouldn't be quite that simple since the hexagons would be a feature of space-time with there not being such a thing as a point in time unconnected from a point in space.

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    6. Very much on board with this line of reasoning. Are you a fan of Peter J. Carroll's Apophenion or Octavo or Esotericon & Portals of Chaos?

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    7. I'm not really familiar with that material but it's the sort of topic that comes to me occasionally rather than me going to it. If you get what I mean. If you didn't like that line of reasoning then I'm sure I could take a completely different one.

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    8. I’d like to think I do indeed get what you mean. If/when you get a hankerin’ to move yourself towards notions of “Geometricating the Quanta” you may find Peter J. Carroll’s work to be singular and perhaps outrageously important. Thanks Anon.

      Start here for 3-Dimensional Time.
      http://www.specularium.org/index.php/3d-time

      And here for his Hypersphere Cosmology.
      http://www.specularium.org/hypersphere-cosmology

      Any other Secret Sun regulars that aren’t afraid to occasionally stare down a differential equation may really appreciate this body of work as well. If you need an appeal to authority before digging in I offer Gordon White. His mega-esteem for Carroll is all over Rune Soup.

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    9. Didn't expect my comment on hexagonal time to be so wildly successful. Three dimensions of space and three of time sure sounds symmetrical, if nothing else. I once started writing a SF story on that idea, but never finished it because I got lost in the time loops. You see, if you assume time flows at slightly different rates depending on your timeline you get a lot of interesting ideas.

      But, ideally, you want something that fits logically with the actual physical universe. So Steven Cullinane (m759) may be somebody you want to check out with. If you need an appeal to authority... oh, just check his blog. If it doesn't make you feel like here is a man who has vastly superior IQ and gives no Fs whether you understand him or not, then you didn't understand him at all.

      And it just crossed my mind that Rachel may be an alternative pronunciation of Rigel. Apropos of nothing at all.

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    10. @Maria Rigel: you've got me extremely intrigued, because we Sufi have theory that sounds somewhat similar (boring details available to anyone interested; basically, it's a technique for mapping the visible physical universe, the heavens and the hells, and the realms of the djinn, on a standard X,Y,Z axis; with, of course, the realization that time may move at different rates in each of the three). We also use a technique of visualizing time as a series of lines branching/converging in two dimensions.

      I'm also familiar with mapping time as a forth dimension, like in Relativity Theory.

      And I said all that geeky stuff just to say: I'm having some trouble ring Steven Cullinane's blog (not as an appeal to authority, but just to check out an interesting idea), but I'd love to hear more about your hexagonal theory of time, if you're interested in sharing more. Thanks much!

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  21. The Brexit thing is because of legal constraints against cloning imposed by EU on all member states. I guess. I didn't read that Stupid article. And I was too busy laughing at 'artisanal cloning'.

    The human-alien hybrid by way of embryonic stem cells from aborted fetuses. I'll say that ESCs can be now obtained from IVF clinics, in the form of fertilized, but unimplanted eggs aka early embryos. Once separated from the embryo, these ESCs can be maintained in cell culture in an undifferentiated state, virtually indefinitely, and multiplied. Legally it can be done, at least in some European states.
    ECSs could also be obtained from full in vitro gametogenesis and we're seeing a lot of effort put into that.
    So if the fetus was simply a source of ESCs (as it was at the time the X-Files was written) then it's safe to say the fetus is not needed anymore. But that doesn't mean the fetus isn't needed for something else that goes with top-of-the-line birthbags...

    Cheers

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    1. Cheers, Agnes. But perhaps a different objective is in play, vis a vis those delicious stem cells. Er, I mean those embryonic stem cells.

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    2. For whatever it's worth, I've found a few recent articles about why fresh ESC (rather than any of the cultured lines) are still necessary for research. I freely admit that I don't know enough embryology to fairly evaluate it, but I thought I'd share; maybe someone else will get more out of it: https://www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/who-buys-sells-and-uses-fetal-tissue-acquired-from-abortion-clinics/

      Of course, when it comes to alien hybridization with our species, I could imagine that it would be a priority to keep acquiring new fetal stem cells, rather than just perpetuating the existing lines, simply to get a larger and larger collection of DNA, so that there's more genetic variation to work with.

      Another reason a hybridization program might be interested in collecting new fetal tissue, rather than just stem cells: a child in the womb *should* trigger an immune response from the mother, but, for reasons that we don't fully understand, does not. (When you think about it, it's really more amazing than it would seem; just as a for-instance: my mother has type A blood, and I have type O; that type A blood was my sole nourishment for the first 9 months of my life, but, were I to receive even a small blood transfusion from her today, it would likely kill me.) From what I understand, it's something that's being heavily researched, in the hopes of one day being able to perform grafts/organ transplants that don't require a life-long regimen of immunosuppressant drugs. I'd guess an alien hybridization program would find fetal tissue valuable for exactly the same reasons.

      But again, this is just a layman guessing; hopefully someone that knows more will be able to point out if I'm onto something, or just on something.

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  22. Mr Knowles, do I understand this correctly, you're saying that 1) humans aren't native to this earth
    2) something that isn't native to it either tries to invade ?

    If so, then the solution is obvious - If we're not from here, we're from _there_ (wherever that is), so we should call home and ask for help.

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    1. Excellent idea, Fox. Do you have the number handy?

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    2. Yes, in fact, I have - and you do, too. It's called DNA.

      Imagine what whole, unperverted humans would be like and try to emulate that. Try to think like them, behave like them, look like them. Once you're tuned in pray to the sky and make your request.

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  23. Apparently it's "Glyphosate" not "glyphosphate". I always thought it was spelled and pronounced like the latter as well, but I guess not. Not sure if that has any effect on your speculations about phosphates and phosphines though (since the word doesn't actually have "phosphate" in it at all. Not a scientist so I don't really know, just pointing it out. Been reading this blog since at least 2011, and you have really been outdoing yourself the past year or two. Keep up the great work!

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    1. The glyphosate does contain phosphate as part of its chemical structure. So why not just call it "glyphosphate"? Because that would make too much sense perhaps?
      And phosgene, the synthetic nerve gas? Contains no phosphorus in its structure.
      Maybe this wordplay is what passes for humor with some organic chemists who create toxic molecules.....

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    2. The glyphosate does contain phosphate as part of its chemical structure. So why not just call it "glyphosphate"? Because that would make too much sense perhaps?
      And phosgene, the synthetic nerve gas? Contains no phosphorus in its structure.
      Maybe this wordplay is what passes for humor with some organic chemists who create toxic molecules.....

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    3. Hi Chris:
      Short followups to previous posting:
      Phosgene is not a nerve gas; it causes damage to the lungs; like in the trenches in WWI;
      Reason for its name via Wiki:
      "Its original discovery from the photodegradation of chloroform.. the chemical was named by combining the Greek words "phos" (meaning light) and "genesis" (birth); it does not mean it contains any phosphorus.."
      All reet ; you chemistry dogs you....naming your toxic creations...

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    4. Hey, if you're expecting someone to create the toxic compounds meant to kill off 9/10s of humanity the least you can do is let them have a little fun with it.

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    5. The U.S. MSM turned late 90's Anti-Monsanto Pro-Organic Farming Non-Gmo Generation X Protesters into villains.Looking at you : NYTimes.com The American Public was lied to by the Demonic Parasite Globalists (Archons) and trained to worship insane, psychopath, baby boomer Bill Gates (a major Monsanto Corp. stockholder) as "the Savior of humanity".20 years later, we are now told Monsanto Roundup and Roundup Ready Gmo crops are proven to be responsible for the Mass Bee Die-Offs.The USA Government,Scientific Establishment,Academia and Corporate Media have zero credibility and legitimacy.The Millennium offered two paths for the future.The collective hive-mind chose to follow the dark path of suffering.Take responsibility for this choice because you "own it".

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  24. My dad's hometown of St. Louis, Mo. was ground zero for a LOT of secret tests in the 1950's-60's. Why? Uncle Sam claimed it was because it best-resembled a "Soviet city." They're talking about Americans, having all sorts of radiological nasties dumped on them. Weird stuff always seemed to go down in St. Louis. Recall the 1973 National Personnel Records Center fire. Upwards of 18 million military records covering many decades were completely destroyed and never duplicated. Inside job? No one knows. Cause was never determined. It was at a time when the CIA was "cleaning up" as Nixon was going down fast, destroying all those MKULTRA records in '73 as well. Oh well ...

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    1. Uncle Sam. The kind of uncle that gets drunk and then tries to diddle your kids.

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    2. The Pope Calls on St. Michael the Archangel to ward off pedo’s. Hurricane Michael hits Florida. Awesome. Florida was a good choice.

      https://mobile.reuters.com/video/2018/10/07/pope-asks-to-pray-to-repel-the-attacks-o?videoId=471148901

      https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2018-10-09-hurricane-michael-forecast-gulf-coast-florida-georgia-carolinas

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  25. An impressive share! I've just forwarded this onto a coworker who had been conducting a
    little research on this. And he in fact bought
    me breakfast simply because I found it for him... lol. So let me
    reword this.... Thanks for the meal!! But yeah, thanks for spending some
    time to discuss this issue here on your web site.

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    1. Yeah, that's terrific. Why didn't your friend buy ME breakfast?

      Huh, huh?

      Tell that fucking asshat to cough up the bacon, eggs, OJ and home fries already if he wants to pinch my research.

      Plus flapjacks and fresh melon. Not that crunchy unripe melon.

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  26. I apologize for posting another almost stream of consciousness comment but I really do not know any other venue that would appreciate this:

    So one of the Daughters of Dubya got hitched this weekend at Grandpa's, uh, camp in Kennebunkport. What I did not know is Kennebunkport was home to a Mermaid Girl!

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sirenomelia#Shiloh_Pepin

    Chris probably already knows this and may have even mentioned it... The "disease" is even called Siren-o-melia which I believe translates as "fucking mermaid gonna eat your face".

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    1. Sad. One can't help but wonder if there's no some residual genetic influence there.

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  27. An ominous synchronicity, the Fullerton Informer, linked on Sage of Quay, this morning is raging about genetically modified mosquitoes ravaging southern California and Pennsylvania.

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    1. Oh, we never expected those genetically modified mosquitoes to infect everyone with West Nile! Honest!

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  28. With these useful ideas in thoughts, you're well equipped to convert your
    loft into a bathroom that is each trendy and functional!

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    1. Secret Sun bathroom lofts are the trendiest and functionalest!

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    2. Care to do an entire post for these new fans you've been collecting?

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  29. Flean born typhus in LA and Pasadena. Hmmmmm.

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    1. https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/08/health/typhus-epidemic-los-angeles-bn/index.html

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    2. Patent for a Toxic Mosquito Delivery Drone. It’s pretty rad. Most patents are a boring read, but this one delivers!!

      https://patents.justia.com/patent/8967029

      The mosquitoes in the toxic mosquito aerial release system can be contaminated with various types of genetically altered bacteria to activate the immune system, or contaminated with toxic sickness agents depending on the objectives. For military purposes, the mosquitoes may be used to deliver an agent such as malaria to create sickness, or they could use much more toxic or highly contagious agents and viruses. A highly contagious virus could wipe out 100% of the enemy troops because the ones that did not get bitten will be contaminated by their fellow soldiers.

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  30. Terrifying as usual but that’s what I like lol. But yeah the more I think about it, Skinner was gay.. and we missed out on a great homo exrotica side plot with him and Krycek. Looks like I got me a side project to work on.

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    1. Oh, there's hundreds of billions of fanfics on that particular assignation.


      Believe it. Perhaps trillions.

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  31. //
    MULDER: What do you know about the Gulf War Syndrome?
    //

    "I know someone"...bet you've heard that before. But I really do know someone with a serious case of PTSD, a decorated veteran and health care professional who oversaw and personally inoculated many thousands of enlisted in tent hospitals and elsewhere during the first gulf war. Hundreds got sick and died, or suffered other symptoms. Hence that person's bad case of PTSD ... guess they still see the faces of the people they put in harm's way... it doesn't sit too well with them. I was never told "this is what caused gulf war syndrome". But those thousands weren't told "this is an inoculation, either". Not to belabor the obvious, but yeah, seems we are experimental subjects...First Gulf War was just a convenient pretext.

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  32. Connor McGregors coach is named Kavanaugh.

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  33. Right up the old bailiwick

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgWe9QVqrl0

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  34. The Glass Bees by Ernst Juenger (1960) is a warning about all this.

    Is human blood plasma 3d printer ink for alien/ai hybrids to print themselves form?

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  35. dear Sir, your strivings to create the prettiest section of content have again proven abundantly fruitful.

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  36. Keep on working, great job!

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  37. Insect-borne diseases are unfortunately going to become a lot more common in the future, one of those unexpected side effects that go along with changing weather patterns. In New England, we're getting all too used to things like West Nile virus & Lyme Disease during the warm months. But one certainly wonders about the degree to which "global warming" itself can be used as a convenient cover for sketchy DARPA genetic experiments! The use of weaponized insects goes back at least to Japan's Unit 731 experiments in China during WW2, & the military/CIA clearly made use of that knowledge during the Korean War, various operations in Cuba, & elsewhere (like fleas carrying bubonic plague, the Swine Flu epidemic, etc.)

    As always, love the information shared here!

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  39. What if dna is just a story. Like the Big Bang and quantum whatever are. Crick was also the panspermia guy, and Gamow started the rna tie club after he did the alpha, beta, gamma paper that supposedly invented the maths for the Big Bang. They were both inspired by the father of the wave function's book called 'what is life'. The wave function is the psi symbol. The psi symbol represents psychology of. So it makes sense that the devil and the subliminal lords of the sea wield psi forks and that delay plaza is a psi symbol and the top of the World Trade Center was a bunch of psi symbols that collapsed as the world watched of course. We're also told of course that Schrodinger's wave function also collapses if you watch it. Oh and crispr is a joke.

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