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  1. Re: Paris Attack, multiple locations, 132 dead, 349 injured, 17 remaining in critical condition (13 Nov 2015)

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    And I love the reactions from these fork-tongued bastards,...
  2. Re: Paris Attack, multiple locations, 132 dead, 349 injured, 17 remaining in critical condition (13 Nov 2015)
  3. Re: The Alex Jones Show and then there's Bill Ryan

    Walk a millimeter in his shoes.

    Anger doesn't always lead to hate, it can lead to anything you create. You're the alchemist. Anger is not necessarily destructive, it can be used as fuel.

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    Re: Man with Golden Aura

    I also see auras, more or less. While most people's auras are kind of similar in size and shape, I once saw an old guy with a pretty huge white aura. He later came to me and talked with me about lots...
  5. Re: Is the counterculture today doing a better job than the counterculture in the 60s and 70s?

    Ideas spread faster if at first there are some group boundaries preserved.

    Next step is to connect various groups, for example by making the content of one group understandable for others.

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    Matt Drudge on the Alex Jones Show

    This is a first! Haven't seen it yet, but I bet it's interesting. These two are true champions of citizen journalism.

  7. Re: Hippie communities. Could this be the right time?

    You can find a lot of intentional communities at and is also a good place to go.

    I've written more about this topic here.
  8. Re: Shane/The Ruiner's interview with Kerry Cassidy, 8 Sept 2015

    That's what you're up against if you choose to be in that place.

    Ultimately, it's your choice.

    Right now, I don't bother much about giants, ancient parents and space travel. I appreciate that...
  9. Re: Does Project Avalon want to create its own Wikipedia?

    Highest degree of objectivity is attained by presenting all the available evidence. Let the reader make up his own mind. It's not a shame to admit that there's no obvious clarity in a particular case.
  10. Re: Electronic Telepathy Patents and Public Science

    While focusing on electronic telepathy may distract from natural telepathy, the toying around with telepathy in general is a wonderful thing, I reckon.

    Take this patent for example:

  11. Re: Alex Jones receives critique by "his own supporters"

    1) Alex isn't even featured in the video above, except in the ad at the end.

    2) This video is criticizing the idea of mass deportation of illegal immigrants, suggesting it would lead to a race...
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    Re: Pope Francis: This is good stuff

    You're most likely to swallow poison if it's mixed with something that's actually tasty. The poison I see coming from this pope are the promotion of the idea of man-made climate change, the...
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    Re: The Reincarnation Trap

    Look at life on Earth, and see how it can be a deceptive travail. Can be, but doesn't have to be. Can also be free, creative, and full of joy and beauty. Can souls get trapped? Well, as above—so...
  14. Aussie student proves existence of plasma tubes floating above Earth
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    Re: How do you all keep motivated??

    Doing stuff that I love. Getting into the flow.

    Be good to yourself, otherwise it'll be hard to be good to anyone else. Enjoy, otherwise it'll be hard to enjoy you.
  16. Re: There is a link between climate change and terrorism

    Climate Change — Overpopulation — Terrorism — Financial and Economical Crisis

    Pick any one of them and see how it furthers any other. The answer? Centralized control. Voilà. That's how the "powers...
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    Re: Do Demons exist?

    I recently stumbled upon the etymology of demon. The Greek word "daímōn" translates as "dispenser," "god," and "protective spirit." Happiness that is not primarily focused on self-gratification (i.e....
  18. Re: MEMEX : 'Google search on steroids' (which may or may not be a good thing...)

    When they say 95% of the web is invisible to major search engines, does that include password restricted areas such as mail accounts and private hangouts? Does Memex try to index that or what?

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    Re: Best place in the world to live?

    I had emigrated to Mongolia, lived there half a year as an English teacher, came back because the new-paradigm projects in Europe were more buzzing and were something for me to get involved in....
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    Commercial for lobby group conditioning Americans for civil unrest?

    by Paul Joseph Watson | April 28, 2015 | Infowars

    A bizarre PSA put out by lobby group AARP now being broadcast...
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