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  1. Re: The United States kills Quds Commander Qasem Soleimani

    Here is what happens concurrently with liberation of all Aleppo province:

    Most likely Syrian airstrike on Turkey's position killing at least thirty-three soldiers, so, Erdogan called NATO, and...
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    The U. S. is now attempting to negotiate with terrorists, with HTS or Al Nusra, which is just the same Al Qaeda that supposedly attacked the Trade Center, etc., and still classified as terrorists by...
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    Re: The Serpent, the Black Sun, HPB & St. Germain

    Flask Review and Continuity

    Wisdom Library is doing good updates on Bhattacharya's "Sadhanamala", as well as adding more links that define tantric deities. It is not quite shaped or workable for...
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    The U. S. was told to quit driving around in Hasakah and the Taliban seem optimistic that the U. S. might go away from their area. At least they are trying to sign such a deal.


    Erdogan's luck is...
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    Re: Vatican waiting in the wings .....

    Can't remember them being very outspoken; they seem to be more effective from within.

    Is there an issue at stake about the only developed country with a medical system backed by for-profit...
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    Ick. Moscow is in a position to show Turkish self-propelled howitzer providing fire cover for a large HTS attack on Syria. Since this was highly unlikely to succeed, the likely reason was to probe...
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    Here is current opinion on the Green Zone diplomatic mission from Iraqi Parliament:


    "The US embassy in Baghdad has turned into a center for Israel's Mossad and ISIL terrorists," Hassan Salem was...
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    Re: The Call To Adventure

    See the thing is, most of what comes out is not stale, it does not sound like you are trying to copy anyone, or make up a false image. Seems mostly genuine, and, at least to me, a pretty good view at...
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    Re: You Are The Illuminati

    I would question why Nazi keeps coming up as a bad example.

    According to Gen. George Patton:

    "Looks like we fought on the wrong side".

    He got run over for saying that. Twice.

    I am also...
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    Re: The "Out of Africa" Fiction

    Cayce is said to have been "influenced by" Ignatius Donnelly who set to prove thirteen hypotheses in 1882.

    It is a detailed agreement with Plato online in its entirety.

    I recall it being...
  11. Re: The United States kills Quds Commander Qasem Soleimani

    Here is a new Soleimani statue in Lebanon by the Israeli border:


    https://media.farsnews.ir/media/Uploaded/Files/Images/1398/11/28/13981128145802333_PhotoL.jpg




    Meanwhile, the majority of...
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    Re: Digital Heroin

    Most of that depends on where you are.

    It does not mean ice skating here, it means roller skating.

    But as an example. It used to get cold enough here that the lake would ice over to the point...
  13. Re: What's the Difference between Socialism and Communism?

    Perhaps one day we will kill each other for a glass of water.

    I suggest the term Synarchy is historically correct, particularly if you look at what Aldous Huxley called the plan for World War Two....
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    Re: The Serpent, the Black Sun, HPB & St. Germain

    Bell, Parnasabari, Marici and Sita



    Maritime research on Java p. 335 finds among the males, Vajraraja takes the syllable Jah and is represented by Vajrankusa. Apparently in Java, one of the...
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    Re: The Call To Adventure

    I would also draw the line in terms of safety. But I believe Mike is heavily leaning into psychology, and more at people like us who usually do the same stuff at the house all the time. Most of his...
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    Kurdistan has never had a "country" as far as I know, although they can be found indigenous to the Zagros mountains since 12,000 years ago; the earliest forms of domesticated cereal are attributed to...
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    Re: Digital Heroin

    I believe all forms of it are absolutely devastating.

    Yes, the same thing was in myself. As an early adolescent, I had the then-new cable tv and game console, and realized I was being swallowed...
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    Turkey and Syria are in armed conflict by now. I suppose Gulen is still being protected in Pennsylvania or something like that. He was a pretty big deal. An arm of the Maurice Strong type movements I...
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    From what I was told, it was a reply to the same militaristic adventurism that keeps going on, and something happened around then that was a "red line" to at least some sects who started doing it...
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    All I can really say from personal knowledge of Islam is that yes, djinn or mimoun are part of their arsenal, and it has been many years since they have been conjuring and sending hordes of djinn at...
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