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Posted 27 October 2017 - 03:17 AM

There is a huge control grid on this earth and when attempting to discover the truth about what it is, there have been a plethora of ready made rabbit holes provided to shift peoples focus and lead them down blind alleys that distract them from the real issues. A clearer perspective reveals that ultimately, many of the problems that people are researching and adressing are merely symptoms of a larger problem that remains mostly unnoticed and therefore unaddressed. This presentation by Max Igan cuts to the core of the issues and offers the audience a more holistic perspective leading to real solutions to real problems. Replacing the MEME with REALITY
 

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Posted 30 October 2017 - 07:01 PM

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Posted 19 November 2017 - 07:51 AM

Drawing maps helps to make conspiracies more solid!

 

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#34 Feathers

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Posted 19 November 2017 - 02:02 PM

 

Conspiracy theory!
 
Identify it, define it:
 
What is a corporation?
 
A group of people on board a plan to make profit, power, and prestige the main focus of an endeavor. Competing with other groups for dominance in the market of possibilities. Furthering a goal to push an agenda forward.
 
Doesn't really have to be secret to be a conspiracy. 
 
Doesn't have to be such a bad thing either. 
 
Joining together in social groups is a form of conspiracy. 
 
How many conspire together as volunteers at a social function?
 
Takes planning and logistics to keep a good conspiracy running smoothly.
 
Too much negativity has been injected into the term 'conspiracy theory'
 
Makes the mainliners cringe whenever it's heard...
 
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Posted 19 November 2017 - 02:04 PM

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Posted 23 January 2018 - 05:53 PM

 

Cherry tree conspiracies
 
Cherry trees aren't the only trees in the garden.
Apples and oranges, pears and pomegranates;
 
All come with fragrant flowers to interest the bees.
Keep in mind the podded vines and the mushy peas.
 
Remove the dots in your eyes and cross your tea leaves.
Exploring the garden should never be just about me, me, me.
 
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It's not about picking out the sweet ones and throwing out the sour ones.. All the parts have their uses. Take that whole bushel you just picked. Did you sort them out by quality? The best for the meat, the second best for some pudding, and the third for the juice. Maybe even take a little bit of each and make a potpourri of all layers of quality. Gotta use all the harvest or else that would be a major travesty in waste.

 


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Posted 06 February 2018 - 07:37 PM

Facebook Forum psychology
 
What has the scene become? 
 
A political bias joke? 
 
Reading long paragraphs for long periods of time and getting to know a topic or subject is going the way of the dodo. The newbies will be confused with all the symbolic shenanigans going on. Adding further pandemonium.
 
Putting together decent information in a simple way and enticing new readers to look deeper will have to be a new 'trick' I suppose.
 
Twiddling thumbs reading tickling tweets might just tick a click or two down titillating rabbit holes that actually lead somewhere if'n the CTers can focus on getting good info out instead of clubbing one another with rancid rhetorical rantings.
 
 

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Posted 13 July 2018 - 02:49 PM

It's not about picking out the sweet ones and throwing out the sour ones.. All the parts have their uses. Take that whole bushel you just picked. Did you sort them out by quality? The best for the meat, the second best for some pudding, and the third for the juice. Maybe even take a little bit of each and make a potpourri of all layers of quality. Gotta use all the harvest or else that would be a major travesty in waste.

 

Still, it takes time and much practice to pick out the wheat from the chaff.

 

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Besides, chaff is great to use for anti detection from all those Eyes in Sky.

 

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Tripping on the lights...Fantastic!

In order to slog through any of this one must begin to see it through many filters and angles. Don't forget the different channels of light. Each of these have their own layers born of shape and form of all kind and fancy. Each has their own discipline and due diligence. Practice always means learning to forge ahead towards what is unknown.

Do you want to play good?

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Well.

What are these shapes gathering together in the twisted form? Politics seems to be the main light show. Try seeing it through an historical sense of view. Jump around and listen for the underlying psychological subtext. Toss in a bit of theology and religion to the mix. Use the fine arts and sciences to abstract ever more sense from the subject. Using mathematical movements for rhythm and rhyme always comes in handy to keep a steady beat going. And the the coupe de grace: those silent ruminations upon the infinite that leave one amazed at the immensity of just one universe. Let alone all the others...

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