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Division is a natural thing to any movement

There is nothing wrong wanting to separate yourself from dishonest, disingenuine or otherwise harmful people. This is an idea I understood a while ago, but it’s particularly relevant to today. Last night I was reading the comment sections on ODD TV 2 and Flat Earth Asshole’s Youtube channels. I’m of course referring to the recently appeared divide among flat earthers that I’ve written about in my last two previous posts.

Initially it might seem like the “good guys” would always want unite people, they would never want to exclude anyone from them. They will always try to find common ground and so forth, whereas the “bad guys” want to separate themselves from others. Our contemporary culture certainly promotes this ideology, where everything is about unity. Ultimately though it is a globalist and even a Satanic idea.

Speaking of Satan. Say you have a group of good angels and bad angels. Initially they are divided and at odds with each other, and you might think the way to rectify the situation is for the good angels to offer an olive branch to the bad ones. If the bad ones find it in their hearts to accept it, everything will be fine again. However this is a deluded liberal idea. It is the good angels who have more to lose if they were to intermingle with the bad ones. They stand to be corrupted. Sure, there is a possibility some of the bad angels might see the error of their ways and repent, but more likely is that the bad ones will convert some of the good ones to their depraved ways. It is easier to destroy than to heal, or it is easier to succumb to depravity than to escape it.

Let’s have a more earthly example of this. You have a group of healthy people and group of people with HIV or the plague. It would only make sense to separate the healthy from the sick to protect them. Sure, some of the healthy people might want to help the sick if they are able to protect themselves, yet they should not do it at the expense of the healthy. The difference between this and the angel example is that the people, possibly, did not become sick due to their own actions or iniquity.

Let’s say you know a person who is a drug addict and a compulsive liar. He lends money from people and doesn’t pay it back. It’s natural that at first you want to try to help them mend their ways and show compassion to them. Yet if they refuse to change, at some point you simply have to make the decision not to associate with them anymore to protect yourself. It is a harmful delusion to think you can fix everything and all of the world’s problems. Sometimes the best you can do is simply walk away.

Speaking of the flat earth “movement”. As I was reading the comments on ODD TV’s and Flat Earth Asshole’s channels I found most of them supportive of their decision to call out falsehoods and shills among flat earthers, but some people accused them of being “divisive”. Sure, they are divisive and that’s a good thing. You do not want to associate with dishonest or severely deluded people. FEA mirrored a video on his channel where David Weiss rambled about ODD and FEA being stuck in “low vibration” and pointless New Age BS like that. His argument was basically that the reason Flat Earth Asshole and ODD called out the shills, or FEA attacked the AE model of flat earth, is that they are possessed by demons. I don’t know whether Weiss actually believes in what he is saying or is simply trying to manipulate people to do as he says, but he is certainly acting like a cult leader, which is exactly what the Flat Earth Asshole claimed the flat earth movement has become. The main stream of flat earth is a cult, dominated by dishonest or deluded cult leaders. Genuine people are better off leaving them to their circle jerk and focus on the actual scientific facts for and against flat earth and on people who provide proper arguments, not on people who are trying to “unite” everyone.

I hope the flat earth movement dies, and when I mean the movement, I mean this controlled echo chamber of e-celebrities. Genuine flat earth research will be better off without the egos and the mind control. I hope the flat earth conference burns, figuratively. Some comments I read said that Mark Sargent and Patricia Steere brought so many people to the flat earth, so how can they be shills? Does it make any difference if people are mindlessly repeating “the earth is a sphere” or “the earth is flat”, if they don’t understand the contents of what they are saying? Haven’t these people understood the phrase “quality over quantity”? I’d rather have a few fringe websites and Youtubers discussing the flat earth from a critical perspective than a huge bunch of Yes Men and Women using the flat earth as their latest source of entertainment.

Even the Bible has several passages describing division as a good thing:

Matthew 13:49 So will it be at the end of the age: The angels will come and separate the wicked from the righteous

Matthew 25:32 And before him shall be gathered all nations: and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats

Matthew 10:34-36 Do not assume that I have come to bring peace to the earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword. For I have come to turn ‘A man against his father, a daughter against her mother, a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law. A man’s enemies will be the members of his own household.

Regardless of what you think of the Bible or Jesus (I myself I am still unsure what to make of it), you should be able recognize the wisdom in these words. Those who seek truth will become divided from those who prefer lies and comfort.

Most of the prominent people in the flat earth movement are in it either for attention or simply to mislead people. You have to have discernment to see this.

 

Links:

Flat Earth Potato Clues | Mark Sargent & Patricia Steere | Shills: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGWK1pmti54&t=2s

Flat Earth Psychosis MIRROR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVjf6uhyDWI

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Kilrathi cats from space are real! OMG!!!!11

I watched a lecture, The Alien Agenda, by someone called Simon Parkes. His website describes him as follows: “Simon Parkes is a life long experiencer of aliens, shadow people, elementals and ufo’s, these include Mantid (Mantis) beings, Draconis Reptilian, Feline, small and tall Grey creatures, Crystalline beings and other creatures that can’t be identified.  Simon was an elected Politician and served a full term of office, he is currently taking a break from politics but is likely to resume later this year. ”

I hadn’t heard of Parkes before, and at least that particular lecture left me thinking that I hadn’t missed much. For the most part he seemed to be repeating a lot of the information already available about aliens and exopolitics, and some David Ickey-stuff on conspiracies and the nature of reality. Parkes did not seem to bring anything new or relevant to the table. This naturally makes me wonder whether he’s even genuine or not, or just another false prophet to add to the mix.

I was trying to refrain from making any judgement on him, until one comment at 1:46 in the video when my bullshit meter sounded an alarm. Parkes talks about a feline race of aliens he calls the “kilrothi” or something like that. It’s a name that sounds very familiar as in the computer game series from the nineties,Wing Commander, the Kilrathi are a race of feline aliens.

I guess it’s possible that the game developers were privy to confidential information on ETs and presented it as fiction in Wing Commander, but I think the most likely scenario is that Mr. Parkes is just copying information off the internet and making shit up to gain attention. But that’s just my interpretation of this “co-incidence” between fiction and what Parkes presents as fact.

Overall I cannot say whether Simon Parkes is being genuine or not, but even if he is, most the stuff he says is anecdotal evidence at best. His vagueness does not fill me with confidence.

 

Links:

The Alien Agenda – Conspiracy Documentary Simon Parkes 2015: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mi7MJVRBRow

His official website: http://www.simonparkes.org/

Wing Commander: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wing_Commander_%28video_game%29

Kilrathi: http://www.wcnews.com/wcpedia/Kilrathi

Unity Consciousness and the End of the Mayan Calendar Cycle

Carl Calleman is a Swedish researcher who has worked several years on the Mayan Calendar, which almost everyone seems to have forgotten now that 2012 came and went. Calleman claimed that the cycle ended October 28, 2011, instead of 2012. This was supposed to herald the emergence of the highest state of consciousness, Unity Consciousness.

I followed Calleman’s ideas back in 2011 and was quite intrigued by them, although I haven’t read any of his books. Then the Mayan Calendar ended according to him, and nothing special seemed to happen. December 21, 2012 went past, and nothing special happened. In fact, I thought 2012 was a particularly boring year, but of course it was hyped up so much it was impossible to live up to it anyway. After these days simply went by without any special occurrences, I felt a bit disappointed, as probably did many others. I wasn’t expecting the end of the world, nor a sudden enlightenment of everyone, but I was sort of hoping for something.

After this I also thought maybe Calleman was just another New Age guru trying make money and glory off of the Mayan Calendar. Maybe he was, but at least he’s still writing books on the topic. While this may be seen as merely wanting to squeeze more money out of a dated issue, I prefer to look at it that he didn’t simply scamper off into the darkness like the obvious fakes did. Or are there still people talking about the Mayan Calendar in earnest?

Unity Consciousness, as I understand it, was supposed to make us realize how we are all connected, part of the same species, part of this planet and all that. It was supposed to be a genuine union, not a fake or forced one like the European Union or New World Order, which claim to promote unity, but in fact have created more division. For me since the end of the Mayan Calendar (be it 2011 or 2012)  the greatest change has been the discovery of my Finnish ethnic roots, or rather I’ve seen it is a road I must travel even though I haven’t gotten that far yet. Overall especially in the West, the resurgence of nationalism, re-discovery of the pre-Christian identity and also seeing how multiculturalism is used to erode the identities of all nations, particularly Western ones have been the greatest focus of the “truth movement” and people in general since the end of the calendar. This of course has led, and will lead to more, conflicts with other cultures, such as Islamic cultures. Some of these conflicts are no doubt organic, while others manufactured.

In this light one might say the end of the Tzolkin cycle has heralded the opposite of the Unity Consciousness as conflicts are arising between cultures. I naturally disagree. In the grand scheme of things I would say this rediscovery of identities will lead to a more unified world in a harmonious sense, not a forced one. You first have to know yourself to know anything else. To know yourself you have to know where you came from. When that is done you can begin to understand those who are different from you.

Years ago I wrote:

Know Yourself

That is what pretty much everyone with any sense has been saying since the dawn of time, and I seem to have at least that much sense, so: know yourself. To find meaning in life, to understand anything you must know yourself. If you do know yourself, you cannot know anything since you are the lens through which you look at the world. When you examine something, you see it through your eyes, to ascertain you know what your looking at you must know what those eyes are like. Is the picture perfect, is the thing you are perceiving the thing actually in front of you? Is your sight somehow skewed? If it is, and you know it, you might be able to compensate for the discrepancy. Otherwise you end up believing the eyes that send you half truths.

If a rabbit thinks he’s an eagle, he’s pretty much screwed. When he jumps off the cliff, he’ll find out he’s not an eagle, but it won’t matter anymore. If an eagle thinks he’s a rabbit, he can’t escape from predators. He doesn’t know he can fly, and an eagle can’t run as fast as a rabbit can. When the rabbit knows he’s a rabbit, he can use his ears to hear threats far away and his legs to run away. The eagle, knowing his eagleness, can fly around looking for the rabbit.”

People are realizing we are not all the same despite what the liberal propaganda claims. An Arab is not the same as a Frenchman, and a Finn too differs greatly from both of them. Men are not the same as women. Old are not the same as young. I am not you. (And I’m certainly not Charlie.) We still seem have this idea that if two things are not equal, one must therefore be better than the other, and should battle for supremacy. This does not make sense. An apple is not equal to an orange. They are not the same, yet is one superior to the other?

When we no longer force ourselves to look at ourselves in terms of false equality we can look at each other as we really are, and act accordingly. Then we can have unity. We have to be genuine with ourselves before being genuine with each other.

So despite it seemingly like we are heading toward more conflict, I think in the long run we are actually going toward some sense of Unity Consciousness, unless this is somehow co-opted by the control system. Whether or not this has anything to do with the Mayan Calendar or what Calleman has said, I don’t know. But I’m gonna say; why not?

 

Links:

The Mayan Calendar has come to an End: http://www.calleman.com/content/articles/MayanCalendar_has_come_to_End.htm

Calleman’s website: http://calleman.com/

Iceland to build first temple to Norse gods since Viking age: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/feb/02/iceland-temple-norse-gods-1000-years

Exopolitics, Mars colony and New Age bullshit

Laura Magdalene Eisenhower is allegedly the great-granddaughter of US president Dwight D. Eisenhower. She’s also an Intuitive Astrologist, Global Alchemist and Cosmic Mythologist. I just finished watching her conversation with Alfred Webre, who is somehow connected with Exopolitics. The video is called  ET invasion has already occurred and governments do not want us to know. It’s also the biggest load of bullshit I’ve heard in a long time.

I don’t wanna be rude, but in the wide she’s just spouting every conspiracy theorist, Truth Movement or New Agey meme she can think of. It’s like a machine gun of verbal diarrhea. It’s quite disturbing to listen to. She mentions the grays, the Archons, Pleiadians, Project Paperclip, underground bases, false reality, consciousness… Almost every sentence she speaks has a couple of memes she mentions, but she never actually gives out any information that has substance. It’s not that the topics she’s mentioning, at least not all of them, are somehow crazy or wrong, but she’s acting like some sort of expert, when it’s quite obvious she is not. I wonder quite regularly whether ETs exist or not, what is the UFO phenomenon really about, what are the Archons and so on. That’s why I watched this video, but it sure as hell did nothing to help in enlightening me.

I don’t quite know what the deal is with Ms Eisenhower. Is she just crazy, is she a professional disinformant, is she making it up just for money, is there some truth to what she’s spouting? I’m pretty sure it’s not the last option, though. She supposedly has revealed some information about the alleged secret base on Mars that Andrew Basiago allegedly visited. Basiago at least seems somewhat sane when you see him talk, but I’m still not convinced by his claims. He also said that Obama has visited Mars. The most reasonable scenario to me is that this Mars base, a lot of the ET stuff and Laura Eisenhower’s mind are the result of some sort of government mind control operation. They feed all sort of nonsense into a person’s head and their mind tries to construct the nonsense into a story that seems meaningful. Sort of like if someone shows you a random set of images and asks you to make a story based on them. There was a duck, he lived in a house on a mountain, with three kittens. He used to farm octopi until one day Hitler…

I doubt Laura is actually the great-granddaughter of Ike Eisenhower. I couldn’t find her on Wikipedia. Wikitree, a genealogy site, does not mention her. This is hardly proper proof of anything, but the burden of proof is really on her. I wouldn’t trust her to tell me what year it is.

I feel sort of bad putting it this directly that I think Ms Eisenhower’s claims are not credible at all, but if something smells like bullshit no point sugar-coating it.

 

Links:

Laura Magdalene Eisenhower: ET invasion has already occurred and governments do not want us to know: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdfIuTm2VuM

Whistleblower Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, Ike’s great-granddaughter, outs secret Mars colony project: http://www.examiner.com/article/whistleblower-laura-magdalene-eisenhower-ike-s-great-granddaughter-outs-secret-mars-colony-project

Cosmic Gaia: http://cosmicgaia2012.com/about.html

Eisenhower Wikitree: http://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/EISENHOWER

Japanese Scientists prove Auras exist, or did they?

I saw an article on DavidIcke.com today titled: “Japanese Scientists Prove That Auras Actually Exist”. I thought: cool, finally someone did that. Then I read the article and wanted to see the source, what the actual study is, and if that is what the study in fact claims. However there is no link to the study. The article only says: “A group of Japanese scientists from the University of Tokyo under the supervision of Mio Watanabe, conducted a series of experiments by which they managed to visually capture the aura of a person, thus proving its existence!”

I decided to google Mio Watanabe, aura and University of Tokyo. I found another article talking about Adam McLeod, the dreamhealer, whom I discovered a few weeks ago in an interview with Jeff Rense. He can supposedly see auras and heal people by it. I think he sounds fairly credible. Yet the article talking about McLeod mentions Mio Watanabe and her University of Tokyo study. There’s even a link! However, it leads to an article talking about a Russian scientist’s study on auras or human energy fields. There is no mention of Mio Watanabe, University of Tokyo or even Japan.

I also tried googling the same stuff in Japanese and did not find anything. As far as I can tell the origin of this alleged study is Anna LeMind of learning-mind.com. There were a few articles repeating the same thing. At this point the whole story seems like fiction, although absence of proof is not proof of absence. Still, if the study were to exist I don’t think it would be that difficult to provide a link.

It seems like another new agey hoax. Someone is saying something that all of the New Agers and truthseekers already believe, so they believe the person saying it, because they want to believe it. As the Learning Mind article says Kirlian photography has been around for a long time, and while I do not know what the actual implications of it are, I would say it seems something. Also there are all sorts of psychics who claim to see auras, and I don’t think they’re all fake. So I’m perplexed. What is the reason behind this supposed University of Tokyo study?

Seriously, cut the crap. Is this where “alternative” media is heading?

 

Links:

Japanese Scientists Prove That Auras Actually Exist: http://www.learning-mind.com/japanese-scientists-prove-that-auras-actually-exist/

Science Catches up With Adam Dreamhealer, the Young Healer’s Teachings: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/12/prweb11432233.htm

Mind Over Matter: Princeton & Russian Scientist Reveal The Secrets of Human Aura & Intentions: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2013/09/05/mind-over-matter-princeton-russian-scientist-reveal-the-secrets-of-human-aura-intentions/

Repeating the same story: http://www.riseearth.com/2014/03/japanese-scientists-prove-that-auras.html

Am I an Indigo Child, erm adult?

Indigo children is a popular New Agey idea of children born in the 80s or later who are somehow different, in a good way. They’re supposed to usher in change for the better and all that. They don’t really conform with the rules of society.

This article called “The Indigo Child and How to Recognize One” describes 17 characteristics of an Indigo and says that if 11 to 13 match with you, you are an Indigo. What each of the characteristics actually mean is not quite clear, and is up to interpretation, but based on that list I’d say I’m an Indigo. Things like “Born in 1978 or later”, “Possess a deep desire to help the world in a big way” and “Has a history of depression” certainly describe me. Whereas things like “Strong willed” and “Independent and proud” don’t really say anything at all. It’s too generic. And I’m certainly not psychic, which is one of the characteristics.

So I’m an Indigo. So what? Does it make me special? No. In fact, I think most people who’d even consider reading an article about Indigos possess many of the “characteristics” of an Indigo, because they are interested in weird stuff. Normal people tend to dismiss such things as superstitious nonsense. Wikipedia describes Indigo-ism as akin to the Forer effect, which simply means the definition is so vague it could point to anyone. I find myself agreeing with Wikipedia, which is something I generally hate to do. Which leads me to suspect there actually might be something to the idea of Indigo children.

The concept originates from psychic Nancy Ann Tappe who studied the auric fields of people. According to the aforementioned article: “she noticed was that 80 percent of the children born after 1980 had a new deep blue colored auric field. She called this new color “indigo”.” I don’t know much about human auras, except from fiction such as sci-fi, anime and roleplaying games, but I’m inclined to believe there is some significance to them. If Tappe’s claims of changes in the colours of auras of children is true, it means there is some significant change in people going on.

However, many of the New Age sites on the internet that like to throw the Indigo child term around, don’t seem to be looking at the auras of people. They rather describe a few generic characteristics that many people possess, and tell them they are different to stroke their egos. Everybody likes to be special and unique, alas many of us, don’t actually want to do anything special, since it can be bothersome, and if you try it and fail, it can feel quite disheartening. Therefore we’d like to think we are special, and by our mere existence we make a difference without us actually getting out there and putting ourselves on the line. But it doesn’t work like that. It is more important what we do, than what we think we are. It is not enough for us to feel we are not part of the pack. I’m certainly like that. I have to struggle to actually do something, to get out there to try to make a difference, instead of bathing in the self-perception that I’m somehow different. I might be different, I might even be one of those Indigos, but it doesn’t matter unless I act different. Unless I do something to prove I am here to make a change. And if I do that, it doesn’t matter whether my aura is indigo, pink or brown.

 

Links:

The Indigo Child and How to Recognize One http://www.2012-spiritual-growth-prophecies.com/indigo-child.html

Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indigo_children

Emerald Tablets of Thoth

The Emerald Tablets of Thoth (EToT) is a short book, which can easily be found on the internet in electronic form. The tablets were supposedly written by the Atlantean Priest-King/ Egyptian God Thoth almost 40,000 years ago. They were translated and published by Dr. Doreal in 1920s or 30s. There is another Emerald Tablet, or Emerald Tablet of Hermes, (I’ll call it the other tablet) which is attributed to Hermes Trismegistus and Thoth. There doesn’t seem to be any relation between the tablets except both are connected to Thoth.

I read the EToT a few months ago and found the story intriguing at least, even if I doubt their historicity greatly. The other tablet is 14 sentences long so anyone can read it in a few minutes. The other tablet was apparently translated by Isaac Newton, among others, into English. Wikipedia states the earliest version of the text that has been discovered is in an Arabic book written in the eight century. There is of course no trace of the actual tablet if it ever existed, but we can at least say that the other tablet is old, seems to contain alchemical ideas. Whereas the Emerald Tablets of Thoth looks like it was written in the 1990s or 2000s.

Despite the claims the Emerald Tablets were translated by Dr. Doreal almost hundred years ago I haven’t found any evidence of these early translations. Amazon says the publication date is June 1st, 2006. The Tablets seem to be older than that though. Using the Wayback Machine, a website you can use to access old internet pages, I found out the Tablets were on the Crystalinks.com site already in 1998-1999. Maybe the Emerald Tablets of Thoth was written and published already in 1930s, but I sure haven’t found the proof. Dr. Doreal seems to have written The Four Planes of Healing – A Guide for Metaphysical Healers in 1938, and he had founded a society called Brotherhood of the White Temple in the 1930s. That still doesn’t prove that he actually wrote/ translated the Tablets back then. Somebody might just be using his name to make the book seem more mysterious.

According to the internet “The Tablets of Thoth are imperishable, resistant to all elements, corrosion and acids.” However I’ve yet to find any evidence that the tablets actually exist. No-one has said where they are. If in fact they are as old and indestructible as they claim, wouldn’t you think they’d be in some museum or research center? Nor have I come across any claims that the Illuminati, the Vatican or any other faction is keeping them away from the public. How can they know the tablets are so imperishable if no-one has seen them? You can do a picture search on Google and see all sorts of emerald tablets, but there is little to suggest any of them are a photo of these particular 12 tablets.

The EToT are a part of some New Agey spiritual beliefs. You can find some videos on Youtube praising them. A few books are written based on them. Drunvalo Melchizedek, who is supposedly Thoth reborn, inherited his wisdom or something, claims these tablets have a 100 different levels to them and the experience you get from reading them depends on your spiritual attunement, or something. At least I think he is talking about these tablets, and not some other ones.

While I have doubts about their ancient background and true spiritual value, I do consider the Tablets worth reading at least. They can be a bit tedious at times, such as repeating the cliché of seeking the light and staying away from darkness. One interesting bit that has been noted elsewhere on the internet is the reference to reptilians:

“In the form of man they amongst us,
but only to sight were they as are men.
Serpent-headed when the glamour was lifted
but appearing to man as men among men.
Crept they into the Councils,
taking forms that were like unto men.”

If the book was written a hundred years ago or even thousands of years ago, this passage is quite interesting. If the book is only 15-20 years old, it is less so. It is also stated the serpent people were of “another vibration”, which is a concept that sounds quite modern. There are also mentions of spaceships. Again in a modern book they would only hint that someone has seen a few sci-fi movies, but even a hundred years ago such claims would have been quite unorthodox.

I’m not writing this article to “debunk” the Emerald Tablets of Thoth. I merely want to highlight something that many other people seem to be interested in, I included, and give my impression of it. Even if the book was written within my lifetime does not automatically mean it is a hoax or an evil conspiracy to feed New Age lies to the people. That is a possibility of course, but it might also seen as an artwork written by someone interested in mythology, ancient history and spirituality. A sort of protracted epic poem with philosophical and spiritual properties. It might even be genuine, yet currently there is little evidence to support that.

The Emerald Tablets of Thoth: http://www.horuscentre.org/library/Hermetism/The_Emerald_Tablets_Of_Thoth.pdf

http://www.amazon.com/The-Emerald-Tablets-Thoth-Atlantean/dp/0966531205/ref=sr_1_1/177-3175023-8947930?ie=UTF8&qid=1375830005&sr=8-1&keywords=emerald+tablets+of+thoth

Emerald Tablet of Hermes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emerald_Tablet

The Four Planes of Healing: http://www.amazon.com/Four-Planes-Healing-Metaphysical-Healers/dp/B001OMKGRU/ref=sr_1_7/177-3175023-8947930?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1375830303&sr=1-7

An article about the tablets: http://beforeitsnews.com/watercooler-topics/2013/07/emerald-tablets-of-thoth-50000-year-old-tablets-reportedly-from-atlantis-2433444.html

Drunvalo Melchizedek’s connection to the tablets: http://www.drunvalo.net/store/emerald.php