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I will say I think there is a bit of confusion with the "double-cross", the two 'X' laid atop one another. Commonly called Solomon's Seal or Solomans Square, with the hexagon/gram/saturn symbol.
Probably the David Hudson Lectures; seems all the links on the first couple pages are dead now.
This stargate promo always felt very tongue in cheek to me.
It's all meme control.
Keywords are the now and future since the new means of information aquisition is through gugal and like services.
Before you searched tesla and stumbled headlong into our...
You don't need a club to do good.
My grandfather was one.
Red lodge is actual.
Just an FYI, i watched this with the sound off and found the evidence glaring. No distraction from the point.
It is also the only base-10 that does not divide into 360.
360/1 = 1 | 360/2 = 180 | 360/3 = 120 | 360/4 = 90 | 360/5 = 72 | 360/6 = 60 | 360/7 = 51.428571 | 360/8 = 45 | 360/9 = 40 | 360/10 = 36
If you watch network news, watch for the 369 occurences. It comes up more than probability would dictate. Usually mixed into benign and uncheckable statistics.
I think it has something to do...
Wonder if it works similar to this:
These things do happen:
Warden is an interesting word choice.
Not so much about keeping things out as keeping them in?
Another interesting question might be:
Mass Conciousness: can the news change us?
Conan and Craig Ferguson are two talk show hosts who punch enough holes in the veil, in a very tongue-in-cheek way, that you can really see how some of these large media corporations organize things...
I think my top ten has easily been covered in this thread, great suggestions all over the place.
These are more abstract than scifi I guess...
"The Nines" with Ryan Reynolds and Megan McCarthy...
I've been curious what might happen if you could do this to a "field of atoms"[sic], like a shell, and what would happen to something within this shell of entanglement.
Iron stoves often become magnetized due to the metal heating and the molecules aligning to the natural magnetic north/south grid--in much the same way you 'bake' copper plates to make solar cells.
I always found it odd that memetics came so very close to being considered an academic study only to be dropped for becoming too controversial.
Definitely some interesting alignments.
I think this is the correct one; not 100% sure though.
the video you're referring to:
I feel most things that attempt to tackle religion --or any philosophy for that matter-- also attempt to only approach only the most fundamentalist and...