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#1 Jesse Jimmie

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Posted 08 November 2015 - 11:46 AM

Mystery, BABYLON the Great...



Almost four thousand years ago, a couple hundred years beyond the flood of
Noah, there was an attempt by people to unify their world into a "one world"
government, as well as religion. This first, great, unification of mankind
marked the synchronization of their political and religious thought into one
conglomerate - one ideology. This conglomerate became the foundation for
the establishment of the famous Tower of Babel, also known as Babylon.

The founders of this "one world" system were a couple of characters in the
Bible: Cush and Nimrod. This tower became mankind's symbol of vanity - a
declaration of independence from any authority of God. Cush and Nimrod
also began to push for control over all the proceedings. Utilizing the religious
and political thoughts they helped establish, a system began; a system which
would continue to pass on from one government to the next.

Despite attempts by Godly people to destroy this control and influence, the
system would continue on, often in the shadows of everyday life. It even, in
rare occasions, had to go undercover - the reason was that, at one time, the
entire system of Babylon was almost destroyed (as we'll see).

The physical tower, even the city of Babylon, would crumble over time,
however. Their system of thought and control would continue, slowly
manifesting into what the Bible calls the Mystery form of Babylon. This
Mystery form would be assimilated into a variety of religious, political and
cultural beliefs many of us know and follow.

Throughout time, up to today, there were people in positions of authority
and influence who wanted a unification of the world in thought and deed. If
"history repeats itself," as it often does, then understanding what went on in
our history is truly the key to diagnosing what might be going on in our
world as we speak. The lifestyles of Noah's day truly appears to be
re-surfacing again, possibly through the descendants of the very people who
once practiced it, long ago!




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To Cluck or not to Cluck, that is the question...

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Posted 08 November 2015 - 12:48 PM

Discovering the world of Mesopotamia

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Posted 15 April 2016 - 04:38 PM

A good model of what humanity has had to endure since time immemorial. The few at the top. Controlling all resources, ideas, beliefs, and philosophies...keeping everything common core for the masses. Always hiding the corrupt painting in the attic of their true selves. Never fear for all the world is here and will hear the image of the false mammon known as messiah.

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Posted 21 August 2017 - 10:41 AM

What was the language like before Babel? How confounded did language really get? Was it clear and concise; able to communicate without confusion? How easy is it to understand the intentions of an animal compared to a human being?

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 02:17 AM

What was the language like before Babel? How confounded did language really get? Was it clear and concise; able to communicate without confusion? How easy is it to understand the intentions of an animal compared to a human being?


Maybe it's about the rhetoric of it all. Argumentation is used to confuse people all the time. Maybe the whole concept of Babylon represents the whole system on the planet. Remember....You didn't build it. 

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Posted 31 August 2017 - 01:11 AM

Movies can confound you using twilight language...


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Posted 31 August 2017 - 12:06 PM

Twilight language
Used in occult circles where it is said only initiates can understand the signs and the symbols. That's just the surface. It's deeper than that. It uses word meanings to describe different things. Multiple definitions of time and space all combined and used to confuse everyone who listens to it. Without knowing its layered technique a listener can become distracted and a sort of cognitive dissonance occurs. Making it easier for the speaker to insert a resolution. The listener is then weakened enough to buy the bullshit. 
One ingredient for twilight language is the pun or pun(dit). It is used extensively in the media. Combined with hypnotizing images and sound frequencies a gamut of control is run upon the minds of human beings. All of these things put together encourage a morbid fascination with spectacles of nothing starring nobody. Manipulation goes far beyond just painting subliminal sex into clouds in the sky. 
Check out Buddhist symbolism for more... 

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Posted 03 September 2017 - 07:11 PM

Human beings communicate with spirits all the time. Primarily, each other. We all exude spirit. Good and bad. Bursting forth from the everyday desire to breathe each breath. Everyday when you get up and go out the door your personal conflicts can carry you. Expressing spiritual heat towards others. This can be picked up subconsciously. Take a look. You'll see. Creating a babbling torrent of cacophony. Cresting crescendos, splashy setups, created chaos; all cracking whips to test the tides.
That's just with each other. 
Nevermind the larger entities.
for now... 

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Posted 06 February 2018 - 07:40 PM

Yeah, yeah..
Leading with leet.
takes time to learn any kind of jargon.
Too many symbols in your face not to notice. Too much data but no knowledge of the tools to learn how to take apart a subject and look at it from different angles. Reverse engineering a system to see how it works has not been taught to the newbies as well as it used to be. 
Instead, we have blind men fighting over who describes the elephant best. Maybe it would be good idea to put together all the 'notes' and get a better picture of what the elephant really looks like.
Yeah, yeah..
That's my two cents worth. 
Take it for what you will.

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Posted 06 February 2018 - 07:53 PM

Good point about learning the tools used in language. Maybe these links can help with that:
There are many more threads and links that touch on these subjects throughout the site. 
That and more...

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