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    Re: A Graceful Death

    This may be off-topic here, and absolutely no disrespect is intended to David Olney, the subject of this thread.

    Very briefly: 15 years ago I had a very good friend called Naveed Maqbool. He was a...
  2. Re: What just happened to Max Igan? (Jan 2020)

    Yes. A one-off scan might be preferable to having an undiagnosed brain tumor or a minor stroke.

    As I mentioned above, if I had anything that weird and alarming happen to me, I'd be checking myself...
  3. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    1) It's a mystery to me how my compass got reversed. But it's been like that for 20 years. My best guess is that I had it stored for a while right next to something that had a magnet in it, with a...
  4. Re: What just happened to Max Igan? (Jan 2020)

    The hero, George Malley (Travolta), initially a regular guy, suddenly gets struck by a beam of light. Right out of nowhere.

    "It was a damn light," he says. He had no idea what had happened. But...
  5. Re: What just happened to Max Igan? (Jan 2020)

    The hero, George Malley (Travolta), initially a regular guy, suddenly gets struck by a beam of light. Right out of nowhere.

    "It was a damn light," he says. He had no idea what had happened. But...
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    Re: The Messiah Complex

    It's a little hard to put oneself in the shoes of those kinds of people! I'm guessing it's a kind of slippery spectrum.

    A grandstanding position might be taken for all kinds of reasons, delusional...
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    Re: The Messiah Complex

    Yes, that was poorly worded. It should maybe read
    "The term can also refer to a state of mind in which an individual believes that they are solely responsible for saving or assisting others, and...
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    Re: The Messiah Complex

    The Messiah Complex is actually a recognized term, and it has its own Wikipedia page. (The 'See Also' section, leading down quite some rabbit hole, is particularly interesting)


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  9. Re: The "Flat Earth" PsyOp (and John B. Wells' brilliant take)

    Mod note from Bill:

    There were several interesting posts specifically about Max Igan here, a discussion about whom had also started on The Messiah Complex thread. So I made the decision to move...
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    Re: The Messiah Complex

    Mod note from Bill:

    There were several interesting posts specifically about Max Igan here, a discussion about whom had also started on the Flat Earth thread. So I made the decision to move all...
  11. Re: What just happened to Max Igan? (Jan 2020)

    I'd bet quite a lot that Max Igan has experienced some unfortunate non-optimum neurological event, and is in denial. If I were a friend of his, I'd strongly recommend that he should get himself...
  12. Re: The "Flat Earth" PsyOp (and John B. Wells' brilliant take)

    That's a very good video. Here's one utterly genuine YouTube comment that got 699 likes: :thumbsup:
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  13. Re: What just happened to Max Igan? (Jan 2020)

    What Max wrote here brought to mind my father. He developed early onset Alzheimer's. He was a brilliant man and he had brilliant, complex delusions at least in the beginning that sounded a lot like...
  14. Re: The "Big One": The Cascadia Earthquake that has to come

    No kidding. What would be needed (I wonder if the ball manufactures have thought of this?) is an included Personal Locator Beacon [PLB] that would activate automatically when the ball was in motion...
  15. Re: How the Church of Scientology declares war on ex-members

    That's very interesting. Peter Moon's real name is Vince Barbaric, and he was on the Apollo, in the Sea Org, when LRH was there. He wrote about the whole thing in his book The Montauk Book of the...
  16. Re: How the Church of Scientology declares war on ex-members

    After I wrote my last post above, I watched this video. It's an interesting interview with Janis Gillham Grady, who's written two books (and nearly finished a third) about her fascinating experiences...
  17. Re: Breaking The Silence! Luis Elizondo finally talks to John Greenewald

    No, it wasn't a transcript from audio. One of Elizondo's replies was
    LE: “The impact to my immediate family and friends… the few I have left, lol!”
    People don't say that out loud. :)
  18. Re: The "Flat Earth" PsyOp (and John B. Wells' brilliant take)

    That's a very good video. Here's one utterly genuine YouTube comment that got 699 likes: :thumbsup:

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  19. Re: What just happened to Max Igan? (Jan 2020)

    No kidding.

    From this "Official Flat Earth & Globe Discussion" Facebook Group... (it's really quite an eye-opener to read some people think, believe and say)


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    Re: The Messiah Complex

    Yes. We could use David Wilcock as a case study. (Really.)

    His need to constantly inflate himself publicly (how many times have we heard this in his interviews and presentations?) reveals that...
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