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Do you know your place in space?
When the off-world powers look at the Earth, they see a huge trove of resources that they would very much like to have for themselves. The alternative, in their minds, humans on Earth will come together one day, using their rich world replete with resources, to become a power unto themselves and thus challenging the staus quo balance of powers in the greater galaxy.
So, you see, they intend to remake us in the image of their own worlds.
When you read Brave New World you are looking at a reasonably close picture of a certain alien world orbiting around a distant sun.
When you read 1984 by George Orwell, you see a similar set-up that exists on another alien world orbiting around another distant sun.
When you read We by Yevgeny Zamyatin, you see a third set up.
This has been done many, many times before on countless habitable planets around the Milky Way. This is the status quo in the Universe. This is the way the aliens live. And they like it that way. The alternative would be for some interstellar superpower empire to rise up, and they don't want that. They see the potential on Earth. We have rich, lush resources and a strong vibrant population. We are reaching the point of space exploration in our history and the off-world powers want to cut us off from any galactic-imperial dreams before we wreck their status quo in the Universe. And if they can reap some of our resources or enslave some of our people, so much the better for them.
So, it is in the interests of the off-world powers to steer us towards a "sustainable" one-world/prison planet type set-up. It will be just like their own worlds and not a threat to peace and stability in the galaxy. It has been done many times before, on myriad planets within the Milky Way.
When our people first came to this solar system a billion years ago, they were thirteen in number. A King and and his crew of 12 knights. All humans (except for Chinese, they only came to Earth later on) are descended from this original number. I'm not talking about genetically. I'm talking about our ˜Souls˜. There are only these thirteen souls. All men share in them, by way of archetypes. Every person has their own soul, of course, but our souls are ˜fractals˜. Every man has a full (and complete) soul that was, essentially, re-grown from a fraction of one of these original ˜Souls˜. Women are another matter--they have souls, of course, but they are all unique and derived from the orignal Mitochondrion.
When these progenitors came to this solar system so long ago, they wanted to set up something that would last in a universe subject to change, chaos, and entropy. So they devised these human bodies we currently live within. Furthermore, they implemented a system based on continuity through reincarnation—which we now know is truly transmigration within bloodlines.
Everything that is made of parts will return to parts.
This is a bedrock principle. Facing dissolution, our forefathers decided to persue immortality in this form: fractal souls and transmigration within bloodlines. You, me, every male human on Earth (except for the Chinese, they came later and have another story) are actually one of these twelve, or thirteen, archetypes. This is what our Master was trying to establish when he gathered his twelve apostles, or later on, when he gathered together his twelve knights of the Round Table—it's a pattern that repeats over and over again (because it's a fractal).
So, we first came to this solar system and set up our home on Mars. We lived there for millions of years until some now-poorly-understood disaster happened to that planet and stripped away it's atmosphere. Refugees moved to Earth. All this happened about a million years ago. Earth was, originally, a zoological research station. It was considered unsuitable for human life because of it's plate tectonics and the prevailing wildlife in those days (i.e., dinosaurs) and it's high gravity. Mars didn't have those problems--it's core was inert and geologically inactive and the lower gravity allowed for easy travel on-and-off the planet. Humans frequently visited Earth in those days for vacationing, scientific research and such, but they never made a home of this planet. But, with the destruction of Mars they had no choice but to settle on Earth.
This human civilization which we call Predecessors endured until about 100,000 years before the present day. An asteroid strike wrecked world wide devestation and the few survivors built up a second high-civilization. They were the Sanskrit-speaking rishis which we know from the Vedas and the Mahabharata as well as the Dravidic Atlantean civilization. As you know from reading those ancient texts, this world-spanning and high technological civilization imploded about 10,000 years ago. Their worst moment was probably the nuclear apocolypse at Mohenjo Daro which we know about from the Mahabharata and other ancient Hindu texts. Atlantis sank beneath the waves, and their vast army was stranded in southern India sub-continent, where their descendents live today. This civilization experienced a dark age of sorts, though this is a relative term and their dark age was actually highly technological and advanced in it's arts and sciences. All of that ended, finally, with the event we know as the GREAT FLOOD.
When Noah and his family came out of the ark, they were greeted by a vast mud flat of utter destruction. Gone were the hypermarkets that dispensed a cornucopia of foodstuffs and worldy goods. Gone was the world-wide electrical grid. Gone, the institutions of higher learning that carried forward for generations the almost-magical powers that humanity had developed. Gone, the circuses, museums, art studios that previously testified to the high watermark of human civilization. Gone, the great libraries that held the wisdom and knowledge of ages stretching back millions of years. Gone, every electrial appliance, every time-saving gadget, every feat of human engineering.
Noah and his children came onto an Earth devoid of everything. Their high technology civilzation of magick, techno-sorcery, and genetic engineering was gone. They had to, then, live an existence of caves, mud-flats, eeking-out-an-existence like some kind of primitve animals. They lived in ~literal~ tents.
It's no wonder that Nimrod was so angry with God for putting them in this position.
Today, we are only beginning to return to the level of techonolgy and advancement we held the day Noah, his menagerie, and his family entered the ark and closed the door. We have quite a way to go before we reach the levels of post-scarcity techno-magick that the Predecessors knew.
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Everything They Believe Is False
Was Rush Limbaugh Done with Conservatism?
by Rich Danker
Mirrored from: American Thinker
In a trail of observations that began with Trump's campaign in 2015 and peaked during the last year of his life, the late Rush Limbaugh, as he was in and out of the studio battling cancer, was on a path to the previously unthinkable. He was ready to let go of the ideology he'd spent three decades promoting — Reaganite conservatism — and replace it with right-wing populism. Specifically, the right-wing populism of the just-defeated Republican president. Why?
On February 26, 2021 Rich Danker wrote at American Thinker :
What he saw was a political movement that offered more staying power and strength against the left than the ideological one he'd been associated with since 1988. That calculus wasn't based on election outcomes. It was informed by the first Republican voter realignment to occur since Reagan's election. Here is how Limbaugh described it in the days after Trump's Republican convention speech on the White House South Lawn last year:
Now, what emerged was the new Trump Republican Party. And it's a fascinating change. It's the party of the little guy. It's the party of working America, not politicians, not elitist think-tank denizens. It is literally the party of working Americans.
Limbaugh never missed the chance to rib what might be called Cruise Ship Conservatism. As an entertainer with a massive following, he found it ridiculous that other media personalities would cultivate the small-time celebrity role. But "elitist think-tank denizens" was a stand-in for the country club set, too. With a small-town upbringing and blue-collar audience, Limbaugh relished the idea of his being "the party of the little guy."
Limbaugh realized that right-wing populism was more appealing than conservatism to the little guy. This was a counterintuitive conclusion for a movement conservative like him to reach. The Reagan coalition was heavy on union members and other disillusioned Democrats. But for all its success through the 1980s, it didn't survive the end of the Cold War, something Limbaugh would rue for the rest of his life. He even took it personally. This was his response just six weeks ago to one of the many listeners who called in to credit him with the listener's political conversion:
You know, I'm not gonna sit here and deny that. But, folks, I gotta tell you, there's a large part of me that feels like I have failed in such a major way, in a political sense. I've had 30 years here to try to convince people, to try to persuade people, to try to encourage people to think — critically think — on their own, to realize the difference between conservatism and liberalism, the difference between the Republican Party and the Democrat party as it relates to conservative versus liberal.This was a lament not that conservatism has lost to liberalism, but that most people weren't voting by ideology in the first place. He recognized over the Obama and Trump years that voters are situationally rather than ideologically oriented. Along the way, in a conversation with me in April 2016 for his Limbaugh Letter, he recounted a lunch with Ted Cruz ahead of that year's Republican presidential race. Limbaugh warned the conservative hopeful that most of his own 25-million-member audience didn't even identify with the conservative movement.
My message in conversation with Limbaugh was that conservatives could use Trump's success to achieve big ideas, a thought that was considered unconventional at a moment when many Republican leaders dreamed of sabotaging Trump's nomination. But even that prediction proved shortsighted. Trump would remake the GOP. By 2020, it had changed from a conservative party to a right-wing populist party.
Is the difference between conservatism and right-wing populism really more than just nuance, or the presence of Trump? After all, conservatism won with a populist coalition under Reagan. And much of Trump's agenda from tax cuts to deregulation to judicial nominations came straight from the conservative playbook.
A look under the surface of these outcomes shows fundamental differences. Using my mentor the late Jeff Bell's definition of populism as "optimism about people's ability to make decisions about their lives" (from his 1992 book Populism and Elitism), it's clear that a reckoning was coming once the foundations of postwar American politics collapsed.
Conservatism demands an allegiance to institutions rather than to a public. For powerful conservatives, it could be whatever institution they called home, whether that was the U.S. Senate or a magazine that took subscribers on cruises. Limbaugh, like Trump, was never part of an institution that needed to be conserved. Each owed his platform to massive consumer followings that presaged the rise of digital media. Eventually, those and all the other followings that formed the public superseded institutions in politics.
Until that happened, elitism, which Bell defined as essentially the opposite of populism — "optimism about the decision-making ability of one or more elites, acting on behalf of other people" — had not yet outlived its usefulness. Cold War presidents were on average several years older and better credentialed than their predecessors. Public trust in the media was strong. White-collar bosses often lacked college degrees like their employees. The economic power of any one set of elites was limited in pre-internet times by regional geography. Elites and ordinary people related relatively well with one another.
Limbaugh came of age politically under the three-legged stool conservatism that Reagan had cultivated out of post–World War II America. It was a challenge to the liberal-moderate consensus on economics, social issues, and foreign policy of the earlier Cold War years that was itself the reaction of both parties to the four presidential elections won by FDR. Postwar conservatism called for an ideological change of American positions on various issues, not class-based change.
Conservatism won the Cold War but struggled to find traction in peacetime. The 1990s conservatism that Limbaugh is closely associated with is now most remembered as an effective check on Bill Clinton. George W. Bush was re-elected during wartime in 2004 as a legacy conservative, but Reagan revivalism was finished off by the 2008 financial crisis. So was the political momentum of elitism.
Bell lamented two decades after the publication of Populism and Elitism that the book had mainstreamed the concept of elitism in American politics but not populism. He only had to wait a few more years for vindication in 2016.
What changed? Was it when management jobs finally ran out for the uneducated? Was it when the technology revolution consolidated corporate power after manufacturing jobs has been offshored? Or was it when broadband internet allowed voters to instantly scrutinize politicians, and smartphones enabled them to become informed by one another rather than just by media elites? Former CIA analyst Martin Gurri in his book's title calls this technologically-driven redistribution of elite and populist power The Revolt of the Public.
Suddenly, a Republican frontrunner was winning primaries in rich and poor ZIP codes alike by trampling on the reputation of every party leader who had come in Reagan's path. A party that had a tradition of giving its presidential nomination to the previous runner-up and been respected for its conservative institutional pedigree was now up for grabs.
What would Limbaugh do?
…continue reading… Was Rush Limbaugh Done with Conservatism? @ American Thinker On February 26, 2021 Steve C. wrote on The Burning Platform : Before I get started I should mention that I am not an economics major, I am a history buff, so please understand my limitations as well as my strengths.
Invest in earth metals...buy nickels, son.
For those of us not able to commit any large sums of money to buy gold or even silver there is an option for you/us.
I do recognize that there are some big changes coming in our economic and political system. Inflation will be bad and we might even see what’s called hyper inflation. The US dollar is going to tank to the point of being literally worthless. The pattern has been repeated countless times over the centuries and the result is always the same. We—the little people—will lose everything.
Historically when the paper money becomes worthless governments simply restructure it (reduce its value).
The pattern of reduction in value of the paper money is that usually their first reduction is 100 to one – meaning that the government will announce that a $1 bill is now worth what a penny was worth. A $100 bill becomes the new $1 bill.
However, in the past when governments have restructured their paper dollars the coins were usually not affected. They figure that the coinage will be used up relatively quickly so they don’t pay much attention to it.
What that translates to for us down here in the trenches is that since the coin values remain the same even though that lowly old dime didn’t increase, it didn’t devalue either so its ‘relative value’ goes up 100 times. It would be worth ten bucks.
There usually follows a second devaluation of either 10 to one or 100 to one. The results are just as devastating to we-the-people as the first. Only the well connected escape and they will eventually buy up everything in site for fractions of pennies on the then tanked dollar.
This brings us to my nickels.
Under the above scenario (which I expect will happen as sure as the sun rises in the east) these nickels will not increase per se, but their ‘relative value’ will increase first by 100 times and then either by 10 or 100 times more. A lowly nickel will become the equivalent first of a $5 bill, then of either a $50 bill or even a $500 bill.
I chose nickels as a hedge against the Feds including the coinage this time in their dollar devaluations. The nickel should be immune because it is the only coin in the US money system that is actually worth more than its face value. A current nickel is 75% copper and 25% nickel. Its metal content is worth over 6 cents and with copper soaring it will soon be getting close to 10 cents.
The US government simply cannot continue to take a loss like that and they will eventually switch to making them out of some other material like aluminum or plastic or something. It is coming.
The nickel is also a very small unit and can be easily negotiated – each will be worth $5, $50, or even $500 eventually. A $2 roll would then have a relative worth between $200 and $20,000. Each $100 box would be a $10,000 to $1,000,000 gold mine in copper and nickel.
Remember, it’s not that they will increase; it’s that paper dollars will decrease… a lot. It’s the relative worth of them that makes them valuable.
Nickels are also small enough that they might just stay under the radar screen of government scrutiny. The government snoops and pries into every facet of our lives now. The control freaks are completely out of control. Nickels might escape them. I don’t think that gold and silver will. Platinum and other ‘smart investments’ will likely all be raided by the control freaks at the behest of the special interests that they serve.
They are also very unwieldy. That means that they are very hard to steal. A thief trying to make of with a $100 box or two of nickels should be easy to find. He’ll be the one in the ER with his balls hanging down around his ankles. Each box weighs over 50 pounds. This is just an excerpt, read the rest at The Burning Platform...https://www.theburningplatform.com/2021/02/26/why-nickels/
Was Rush Limbaugh Done with Conservatism? @ American Thinker
On February 26, 2021 Steve C. wrote on The Burning Platform :
Before I get started I should mention that I am not an economics major, I am a history buff, so please understand my limitations as well as my strengths.
On February 26, 2021 Jim Kunstler wrote on The Burning Platform
Before Woodrow Wilson, presidents customarily sent over a written message. Article II, Section 3, Clause 1 of the constitution only stipulates that a president “from time to time” shall report to Congress on how the nation is doing.
Lately, it’s mostly just a made-for-TV special, like the Oscars, allowing a lot of familiar faces to preen before the cameras for the home-folks. Ronald Reagan introduced the gimmick of showboating heroes or victims of this-and-that seated up in the galleries, which has naturally devolved into a maudlin, cringeworthy feature of the show. But often presidents use the occasion to drop a ripe phrase on the big audience that captures the spirit of the moment: “The era of big government is over” (Bill Clinton); “the axis of evil” (G. W. Bush); FDR’s “four freedoms.” In 2020, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduced an instant op-ed closer feature to the proceedings, ripping up Mr. Trump’s speech behind his back in a striking display of pique, much applauded by the avatars of rising Wokesterdom, who had only days earlier seen their half-assed impeachment attempt flop.
Kinda looks like our current president, Joe Biden, will skip the grand show this year. Too busy playing “Mario Kart” with the grandkids, or something like that. The Washington press corps has given him a pass on it, apparently. There’s no chatter, no buzz on the cable channels or in The New York Times, though a few newsies have begun to whine about Mr. Biden’s general unwillingness to hold a routine press conference with freely-pitched questions — not hand-picked, vetted ones, as the president’s handlers have insisted.
How long will it be before the public realizes that Mr. Biden is being strictly concealed from view by his managers? And how long can they keep it up? A few more weeks, maybe, I’d guess. What did they think they were doing when they engineered the election of this empty suit, this blank cartridge, this political mannequin, this man-who-isn’t-there? Of all the hundred-million-odd adults over 35-years-of-age in this country, they picked this empty vessel to lead in a year of obvious crisis?
Apparently so — an act so collectively insane it makes you shudder to think about it. Like, the Democratic Party really thought this was a good idea? And who’s calling the shots behind this false front? Some committee chaired by Susan Rice? With directives coming into the Oval Office by messenger from Barack Obama’s Kalorama fortress, with, say, Eric Holder, Rahm Emmanuel, David Axelrod, John Brennan, and a few others charting the daily play-by-play?
So, you suspect that something weird like that is going on? I sure do. And I also suspect that when the truth comes out, the Democratic Party will have to face some pretty harsh music. Just the other day the public learned that 30 House Democrats are seeking to limit Mr. Biden’s sole authority over the launch codes for our nuclear missile arsenal. That doesn’t sound like a vote of confidence. Does White House Press Secretary look like a cornered animal going about her daily briefings? The ongoing spectacle of the missing head-of-state is inching beyond embarrassing.
And then, what do the people of this country think when it becomes necessary to throw the switch on the 25th Amendment and remove poor Ol’ Joe from office on account of being simply unfit to continue serving? I’ll tell you what they’ll think: that the Democrats knowingly put an unfit man in high office. They’ll understand that they got played, scammed, hustled. They’ll be mighty pissed off. They may seek to learn a bit more about exactly how this happened, especially the sketchy mechanics of the November 3rd vote that put Ol’ Joe in the White House. Even some Democrats may demand answers. Of course, the cruelest scene in this scenario will be the big manufactured hoo-hah celebrating Kamala Harris as the first female president—which in itself may be difficult to pull off, since so many Democrats have declared there’s no such thing as two sexes.
Meanwhile, you better pray for the bond market and, in turn, the equities markets, and, in turn, the whole shootin’ match of the economy (whatever remains of it, that is). Yesterday the benchmark ten-year US Treasury peeked above the dangerous 1.5 percent mark. What this tells you is that world is expecting the dollar to go down substantially and with that, the value of US Bonds, which foreign holders will seek to dump on a market not eager to buy them up, meaning the Federal Reserve will have to step in and buy them, meaning they will have to create a shitload of new dollars out of thin air to do that, which will drive down the purchasing power of each dollar, which will further inflame the world’s urge to dump devaluing US bonds — a vicious feedback that could crash the banking system just as Covid 19 begins fading away to nothing.
Oh, and note: rising interest rates on US Treasuries will force the government to pay much more to service our massive debts. That will negate any of the fiscal ambitions of Kamala Harris’s shadow government — unless the committee running America decides to utterly destroy the US Dollar. The bait-and-switch game playing out in the White House is just an overture to all that.
On February 26, 2021 Greg Hunter wrote on
Legendary financial and geopolitical cycle analyst Martin Armstrong says now that the stolen election is over, get ready for lawlessness to reign.We start with the Supreme Court that refused to hear the Trump case on Pennsylvania voting fraud. There are three more 2020 Election voter fraud cases pending at the nation’s highest court. Armstrong says, “I don’t think they are going to take any of them. Look, the rule of law has absolutely collapsed in the United States. It’s just a joke at this point. . . . You swear an oath to uphold the Constitution. It’s not whenever you feel like it. . . . This is not only a denial of due process but the civil rights of everybody in the country. They effectively said Pennsylvania changed the rules against the (state) legislature in the middle of an election, and we are not going to hear the case. So, they are effectively saying politicians can change the rules of an election at any time, and it doesn’t have to be constitutional. Refusing to take this case is a disaster because next election they can choose to do the same thing at any time.”
Armstrong says the trend he is seeing is anti-establishment. Armstrong explains, “This is part of a trend coming into our model until the end of 2032. This trend is an anti-establishment trend. We’re fed up with politicians and corruption. The Supreme Court is an example. Forget it. The Constitution is discretionary now? That’s what they are really saying. It has no validity anymore. The mainstream press says that Trump is the person who led this, and he’s not. He just happened to be the guy at the right time at the right place. This trend has been going on for quite some time, and it’s only going to get worse.”
Armstrong is a financial consultant to top government officials around the world. He has inside information. So, listen up how Bitcoin plays into the globalist plan for digital money. Armstrong warns, “They effectively want to eliminate paper money totally, and this is part of the scheme. The danger of Bitcoin that people don’t understand is the government is not going to allow competition. When it really gets to the point where they have to do something, they will just seize all the crypto currencies and give you an exchange rate swap, and they will be the ones who decide the price. Then, you will get the government digital currency.”
Martin Armstrong thinks that Joe Biden and other world leaders are stepping into the same high inflation trap as Jimmy Carter. Armstrong says, “They are raising toll prices and taxes because their revenues have declined. This is the mismanagement of government on steroids. You have destroyed your economy and raised taxes so you can keep it the way it is, but you never reduced your expenses. It’s totally insane. They have destroyed New York City. . . . This is why the stock market is going up, collectables are going up, coins, stamps and even comic books are all going up. It’s sort of like the German hyperinflation. . . . Once the government started confiscating people’s money . . . they started buying everything they could with the cash, and that turned into this hyperinflation. They were buying anything tangible: art, land, you name it. That is what this is all about now. Going into 2024, we are looking at a wave of inflation which will be in equities and commodities, but we are also looking at shortages, particularly in agriculture and going all the way up.”There is much, much more in the video interview...https://usawatchdog.com/rule-of-law-collapsed-in-usa-martin-armstrong/
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Dear Brett Pearce,
I just came across your laughably ludicrous infographic entitled "How to commit Vote-by-Mail Fraud". It seems you wanna poo-poo the idea of mailing voting fraud by making it seem more difficult than it is. For example, in panel '1', it is not necessary to figure out every registered voter who requested a mail-in ballot. On election day, many voters were turned away at the polls having been told they already voted by mail-in ballot.
Then in panel '2', "intercept the ballot" makes it clear you have no idea how ballot harvesting is actually conducted.
Finally, in panel '3', you think the fraudsters had to acurately forge signatures, when in fact, no signature comparisons were done in most precincts and poll workers were even told to accept ballots with no signature.
I wish you people would just admit you stole the election by fraud. We know the truth, you know the truth, and your guy is safely ensconsced in his ill-gotten Oval Office. So, why keep up the charade? Just admit the truth...that the election was rigged.
Reported by The Federalist:
This past weekend, something ominous and cruel happened on Amazon.com—although it could have been foreseen given the recent ramped-up levels of censorship. With the removal of Ryan T. Anderson’s 2018 book When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment,” Amazon openly signaled something to the American public and world.
The digital book-burning has begun; take cover if you’re not a raging leftist.
But the book didn’t pass muster with all the thousand-sexual-partner Grindr app users who make up the Big Tech elite. They decided it was bad. It doesn’t fit with San Francisco values, even if it was tightly argued and brimming with irrefutable evidence.
So, Amazon has been getting increasingly woke lately. Apple was always woke. They conspired, along with Google, to take down Parler. Was it because Parler doesn’t support the Democrat party platform? That was my impression. So I decided to curtail all my Amazon spending and found alternatives instead. I suggest that you do the same, as much as you’re able to. Even buying from left-wing small companies is safer than buying from Amazon. The small companies can’t hurt you.
By the way, if you want to buy Anderson’s book, you can get it on sale from Christian Book.
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not being able to create art
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It's not as if Jesus Christ didn't warn Americans about the nation that seeks to rule over them.
You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies.—John 8:44
The lesson, as always, is this: sink the ships.—Vox Day
WHISPERS: DC is a city of whispers and if you're having lunch there (which is a ghost town because no one wants to get their pic taken without a mask) you'll hear curious House members asking why not a single GOP member signed the letter to Biden to take his nuclear button away. pic.twitter.com/sn05TSLLOs— @amuse (@amuse) February 25, 2021
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Satanism exists solely as a repudiation of another religion, Christianity. Satan is NOT a god. He's a flunky. Any worship of Satan is merely a rude gesture AGAINST the God of Christianity. The entire act of worship in Satanism IS flinging an insult at the God of Christianity. As such, it is not the practice of a religion, but rather the practice of an insult.
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