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Arts & Entertainment / The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt and Adrenochrome
« on: August 03, 2021, 06:47:06 PM »
Anyone who played it will understand.

The less obvious thing is their kind of androgynous look, especially the one in the middle of the tapestry. (you all know it  ;), if you don't remember google it).
At any rate they're not human and neither are adrenochrome drinkers and harvesters, so it shouldn't matter significantly.

This stuff is known for decades, but only started to explode a year after the game's release in 2015.
I got a good feeling about CD Projekt RED. Game creators in general strike me as more of a good force than
the obviously corrupt, evil trinity of film-tv-music 


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Flat Earth General / Re: Dark theory regarding Stephen Hawking
« on: August 02, 2021, 03:13:48 PM »
So obviously it was yet another charade. The poor "guy" couldn't communicate anything, much less complex astronomical science.

Two options, I do hope for him the second one is what happened:

1. He died of ALS some 60 years ago, and they used a veritable puppet instead (when you look closely you see "he" kinda looks like one)

2. He never had ALS, he wanted to come forward about NASA's et al lies, tell the world the truth.
But, they could not have it. So they poisoned him to the point all his faculties declined to almost zero, but he was kept alive as a living puppet.  :o

Whaddaya think?

I think you are an idiot.

You're right, I modified my original post from  hoping that the second option is true, which is far worse,
to the first option, which is not so bad cuz he at least he died without too much suffering.
mixed up the two.  ;)

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Atlas Shrugged
« on: August 02, 2021, 03:05:41 PM »
The book for teenage boys when I was growing up was 1984. A much better option I'm sure.

That one too. More relevant than ever.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Rothschilds evil beginnings
« on: August 02, 2021, 03:01:49 PM »
More likely they changed the name because Bauers were already known as thieving scum.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Ancient internet?
« on: August 02, 2021, 02:48:29 PM »
So you cannot fathom that evidence of ancient computers and robots
is a also good basis for ancient internet?
Not my problem.

Btw, there's also evidence that trees communicate via their deep, interconnecting underground roots,
just like a network of networks and an example of ancient and botanical internet.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Ancient internet?
« on: August 01, 2021, 06:52:02 PM »
I think there have been computers in Ancient Greece, even google kind of agrees, so google it.
Computers existed long before the internet.  Do you even know what the internet is?

Hmm, you're not very bright are you, judging by that question.
Whaddaya think, do I know what the internet is?   ::)

As for your statement before your question, that's called a non-sequitur. You know what that is?
Never mind, I'll assume you don't, so let me put it plainly: so what?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Atlas Shrugged
« on: August 01, 2021, 04:38:53 PM »
Obviously Rand was a cabal propagandist.
Like all teenage boys I read The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged.
The antigovernmental ideas are great; only problem is she admired the kind of scum which is Rockefeller.
It's interesting that the first place she visited when she immigrated to the states was none other than Hollywood.

I don't remember the book's ending, but the concept of the Atlases 
of the worlds vanishing because the government and 'society' rob them of their hard earned
inventions and achievements thru taxes and other forms of robbery resonates with Tartaria et al.

Because she was a shill, she obviously missed the mark either intentionally or naively, cuz she should
have also warned of the likes of Rockefeller (tho in that case she probably would have found an early death)
who steal through stuff like patents, Federal Reserve lies and deception.

The way it resonates with Tartaria is of course the fact that certain so called humans
destroyed any remnant of that ancient technology and repurposed it.
They were the real Atlases.

More interestingly In Hebrew the book is called "Mered Ha'nephilim",
literally 'rebellion of the nephilim' or giants, which corresponds to the fact Atlas was a Titan.


Interesting to ponder if she was aware of any of that, or was simply an oblivious pawn.
 

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Everything can be called fiction since it's reality sifted through the views of and pen (or keyboard) of the author.

Good to know the Bible, Mikra, and the Koran are all fiction. I was struggling trying to figure out which one to put into the non-fiction section and which ones go into fiction. This clears that right up, thanks.

So which ones go into the non-fiction section?
Or more importantly, who cares? It's all subjective.
If you agree with something you'll call it nonfiction, if you don't agree well, it's fiction for you.

Public note to self: I'm way past kindergarten, but what did I expect from arguing on the internet.  :-\

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Rothschilds evil beginnings
« on: August 01, 2021, 04:07:03 PM »

You mean mass murder to riches.
You mean sex vid to millions?

No, I meant exactly what I wrote. ::)

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Rothschilds evil beginnings
« on: August 01, 2021, 04:06:20 PM »
Well yeah, obviously ::)

You're one of those who admire them for their great achievements?

Who doesn't admire a great rags to riches story?

You mean mass murder to riches.

Well, at least they aren't murdering anymore. Isn't that a good thing?

Well for all they've done they should at least give up all the money they stole.
Ideally their heads should be rolling.

As for "they aren't murdering anymore",
That's wishful thinking in case you're a blissful ignoramus,
in case you're not the latter and you do know that they're still at it,
well I bless you. In the Hebrew sense.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Rothschilds evil beginnings
« on: August 01, 2021, 04:00:02 PM »
Well yeah, obviously ::)

You're one of those who admire them for their great achievements?

Who doesn't admire a great rags to riches story?

You mean mass murder to riches.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Rothschilds evil beginnings
« on: August 01, 2021, 03:59:30 PM »
That story is completely wrong.  The family took its last name (when last names were required by a new law) from the house in which they then lived, which was marked with a red shield.  No murder, no Illuminati (which were Bavarian, not Frankfurt), no Masons (which, like the Illuminati, did not accept Jews).  The beginnings of the dynasty had nothing to do with centralized banking, which was three generations and a continent away.

So where did Bauer disappear?

It doesn't matter if they weren't (supposedly) always greedy, thieving bastards
what matters is they've been like this for centuries and still are to this day.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Rothschilds evil beginnings
« on: August 01, 2021, 08:21:52 AM »
Well yeah, obviously ::)

You're one of those who admire them for their great achievements?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Rothschilds evil beginnings
« on: August 01, 2021, 07:33:19 AM »
So I learned their original name was Bauer, 'farmer' in German.
One day around 300-400 years ago, the story goes that one of them
found his Father dead with the red shield (Rothschild) symbol and Hexagram (Asmodeus) emblem.

So of course he changed the family name from Bauer to Rothschild.
Wait what? How do you go from a humble 'farmer' name to something like red blood shield.
More importantly, why?
To me it's symbolic of their modus operandi:
they cause so much needless death and bloodshed of innocents, yet remain protected. True  >:D     

Seems like Bauer might have been someone influential that opposed central banking,
and in the best Illuminati/Mason tradition they offed him and took over his name, house and family.

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Imagine looking at a book from the 'fiction' section and being outraged at the 'lies' ::)

First of all my good man, I'm not outraged.
Second of all, that's kind of ignorant, as every work of fiction contains truth from the time of the author,
and vice versa; nonfiction contains lies. Ever heard of 'based on a true story'?
It's likely Dickens wrote of real life events. Everything can be called fiction since it's reality sifted through the views of and pen (or keyboard) of the author.

As for Verne, I'm glad you agree that journeying around the flat earth and the moon landing are fiction  8)

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Flat Earth General / Dark theory regarding Stephen Hawking
« on: July 31, 2021, 07:54:51 PM »
So obviously it was yet another charade. The poor "guy" couldn't communicate anything, much less complex astronomical science.

Two options, I do hope for him the first one is what happened, and not the second one:

1. He died of ALS some 60 years ago, and they used a veritable puppet instead (when you look closely you see "he" kinda looks like one)

2. He never had ALS, he wanted to come forward about NASA's et al lies, tell the world the truth.
But, they could not have it. So they poisoned him to the point all his faculties declined to almost zero, but he was kept alive as a living puppet.  :o

Whaddaya think?

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I'm sure most of it is Masonic propaganda, but as far as The Wizard of Oz for example is concerned (the book, not the 1939 propaganda movie)
It seems like a strong Flat Earth allegory and I've seen maps of Oz that claim it corresponds to to center of the earth or something (still new to this).
I wrote a thread about it here that combines it with the "reversal of sex roles" (Euphemism just in case  ;D) theory here (it strangely got cast into Complete Nonsense):   https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=88840.0

Books that give me strong vibes are (never read them, I know the general story): Gulliver's Travels, Treasure Island, Jules Verne novels, Alice in Wonderland and maybe Alexander Dumas' novels (the last one is more likely Masonic propaganda though).

Just wondering what you regard as masonic propaganda?

Novels by Dickens depict the "orphan" industry, but he fails to mention these poor kids weren't orphaned rather they were kidnapped as is happening today.
And for various nefarious purposes.
Also, although he does describe London as being covered in mud, he doesn't explain what happened. Maybe he doesn't know, it's still propaganda.

Regarding Jules Verne, he describes very advanced technologies, such as the submarine and rockets etc.
One of the books is called "Journey to the Center of the Earth".
On the other hand, his books about a journey around the world in 80 days and the journey to the moon are obviously lies.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Ancient internet?
« on: July 31, 2021, 05:34:06 AM »

Yeah, what about social networking?

Ummmm, a shit load of ignorant children and 20 somethings with devastating credit card debt and a ferocious desire to outdo their "friends" with selfies and memes and lies.

Haha of course, I'm not sure how it relates to this topic.  :)

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Ancient internet?
« on: July 30, 2021, 06:56:48 PM »
But how did the ancient Greeks communicate before UNICODE was developed in 1991?  Were there any scrolls printed out in ASCII? Or more likely EBCDIC, I assume the Greeks had yet to invent the 8th bit.
FYI, ASCII is 7 bit code while EBCIDIC is 8 bit.  Also, the modern internet is more about networking protocols (TCP and IP) than data encoding.

Have you never heard of social networking?

Yeah, what about social networking?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Ancient internet?
« on: July 30, 2021, 04:20:30 PM »
Title sums it up, I'll clarify though:
It's most likely the internet has existed for centuries if not more.
I'm kinda new to this, are there any theories?
Like maybe the Dark Web is in fact all the information that has existed for centuries/millennia?

The internet has not existed for centuries. Just a few decades.

/end thread

You sound very convinced. I'm not. I think there have been computers in Ancient Greece, even google kind of agrees, so google it.

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I'm sure most of it is Masonic propaganda, but as far as The Wizard of Oz for example is concerned (the book, not the 1939 propaganda movie)
It seems like a strong Flat Earth allegory and I've seen maps of Oz that claim it corresponds to to center of the earth or something (still new to this).
I wrote a thread about it here that combines it with the "reversal of sex roles" (Euphemism just in case  ;D) theory here (it strangely got cast into Complete Nonsense):   https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=88840.0

Books that give me strong vibes are (never read them, I know the general story): Gulliver's Travels, Treasure Island, Jules Verne novels, Alice in Wonderland and maybe Alexander Dumas' novels (the last one is more likely Masonic propaganda though).

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Flat Earth General / Re: Moonlight: Dangers & Precautions
« on: July 30, 2021, 03:55:50 PM »
Don't forget the lunar parks, the original name (and not amusement parks).
Electrical parks was also used.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Ancient internet?
« on: July 30, 2021, 03:51:58 PM »
Title sums it up, I'll clarify though:
It's most likely the internet has existed for centuries if not more.
I'm kinda new to this, are there any theories?
Like maybe the Dark Web is in fact all the information that has existed for centuries/millennia?

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