Thursday, May 26, 2016

FINALLY! Scientific American Writer Exposes the Tribal Cultist Arrogance and Dogmatic Lunacy of Science 'Skeptics'

Today I'm tipping my hat to John Horgan, a blogger who writes for Scientific American, for his extraordinary article entitled Dear "Skeptics," Bash Homeopathy and Bigfoot Less, Mammograms and War More.

In his article, Horgan rightly points out that today's so-called "science skeptics" are little more than dogmatic tribal cultists (my words, not Horgan's) who celebrate "skeptical" thinking concerning their selected philosophical targets while vehemently denying anyone's right to question their own beliefs on things like breast cancer screening, vaccine safety, global warming and genetically engineered foods.

As Horgan eloquently explains in his piece, real skeptics are skeptical of everything, not just selected topics that are targeted by the madness of status quo science crowds (i.e. the "cult of scientism").

Real skepticism means questioning everything... especially the status quo

A real skeptic, in other words, would bring critical thinking to all of our science narratives and cultural beliefs, including those that cover the origin of the universe (cosmology), the origin of the human species, the nature of consciousness, the long history of indigenous botanical medicine, the cancer industry and mammography, homeopathy, antidepressant drugs, water filters, the existence of God and everything else imaginable. But far too many of today's infamous "skeptics" (such as Richard Dawkins) are really just cultists who labor under the false banner of "science." And they're offensive to real critical thinkers, it turns out.

"I don’t hang out with people who self-identify as capital-S Skeptics. Or Atheists. Or Rationalists," explains Horgan. "When people like this get together, they become tribal. They pat each other on the back and tell each other how smart they are compared to those outside the tribe. But belonging to a tribe often makes you dumber."

I've seen this myself, on both ends of the medicine spectrum. I've seen insanely stupid pharmacology experts swear that statin drugs are such miraculous chemicals that they should be dripped into the public water supply. But I've also seen "raw foodies" at festivals swearing that their "water vortexer machines" could levitate water in defiance of the laws of gravity.

In both cases, my critical thinking alarms go haywire, and I shake my head in disbelief that so many people are so gullible, regardless of their level of academic education or technical mastery of certain subjects. A highly trained doctor with an IQ of 200 can be just as functionally stupid as a high school dropout, I've observed. In fact, when it comes to medicine and health, many so-called "experts" are so ignorant of reality that they almost seem cognitively retarded

Another layer to this cake is the strong likelihood that many of the leading 'Skeptics' are active (Government) disinformation propagandists, people like Michael Shermer, who ignore or obfuscate hard scientific evidence when it comes to high level corruption, such as with the September 11 attacks. Other issues related to science also come into play, such as hiding experimental evidence indicating the reality of ESP and the UFO phenomena.

I suspect that the leading proponents are recruited because they have corrupt, or intelligence-linked, backgrounds.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, May 26th, 2016.]

Monday, May 23, 2016

Thrice - Image Of The Invisible

Thrice - Image Of The Invisible by debunkerbuster

"Image Of The Invisible"

We're more than carbon and chemicals
We are the image of the invisible
Free will is ours and we can't let go
We are the image of the invisible
We can't allow this, the quiet cull
We are the image of the invisible
So we sing out this, our canticle
We are the image of the invisible


We all were lost now we are found
No one can stop us or slow us down
We are the named and we are known
We know that we'll never walk alone

We're more than static and dial tone
We are the image of the invisible
We're emblematic of the unknown
We are the image of the invisible
So raise the banner, bend back your bows
We are the image of the invisible
Remove the cancer, take back your souls
We are the image of the invisible


Though all the world may hate us, we are named
The shadow overtake us, we are known

We're more than carbon and chemicals
Free will is ours and we can't let go
We are the image of the invisible
We're more than carbon and chemicals
We are the image of the invisible
Free will is ours and we can't let go
We are the image of the invisible
We can't allow this, the quiet cull
We are the image of the invisible
So we sing out this, our canticle
We are the image of the invisible

[Chorus x2]

Raise up the banner, bend back your bows
Remove the cancer, take back your souls

The Magic Weed - History Of Marijuana

The Magic Weed - History Of Marijuana by debunkerbuster

Magic Weed : The Truth About Cannabis Sativa traces the story of the Cannabis plant, which has been known to mankind for thousands of years and how it serves us in so many ways. The sacred herb was always seen by Shamans and the ancients as a gift from the Creator God(s) of life on Earth. Like food nourishes the body, Cannabis provides nourishment for the mind and works it’s magic with the soul. Also explored in this documentary is the American relationship with hemp, including it’s ban during the 1920?s and the various uses of the hemp plant.

Cannabis Sativa is an annual plant in the Cannabaceae family. It is a herb that has been used throughout recorded history by humans as a source of fiber, for its seed oil, as food, as medicine and for spiritual purposes. Different parts of the plant have different uses, and different varieties are cultivated in different ways and harvested at different times, depending on the purpose for which it is grown. Cannabis or Ganja is associated with Shiva, who is popularly believed to like the hemp plant.

Trump is Right - We Should Legalize Marijuana:

The Truth about Franklin D. Roosevelt

Untruth about FDR
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, a 32nd Degree Mason, a Member of Skull and Bones as well as the Council on Foreign Relations and the 32nd president of the United States made two powerful statements when he said, and I Quote: "Presidents are selected, not elected, and "In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way." Roosevelt was also the president who had the "All Seeing Eye," a Masonic representation of The Great Architect of the Universe placed on the back of the one dollar bill along with the Pyramid and other Masonic symbolism. 
Today, "In God We Trust" on currency is in reference to an all inclusive God, so that a mixed audience of Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Rosicrucian, Baha'i, Jainism, Gnostic, Unitarian, Hinduism, any and all who desires can both relate and claim recognition of the phrase "In God We Trust" aka, The Great Architect of the Universe, who's name is Lucifer, this includes the upper levels of all governments, the world financial system as well as the world's religious system.
Reason #1 
FDR did something to finance all his programs that no current President will be able to do now —FDR confiscated all the gold in America. Yes, Americans were forced to sell all their gold to the Federal Reserve Bank which then printed dollars. It was gold-backed dollar that pumped up the economy. This is not a feasible solution anymore since a) Americans will rise up against the government in case of any such confiscation attempts, and b) Americans really don’t own gold like they used to do before.

Reason #2 
What saved America was also World War II. America was playing the “neutral” role for a long time and manufactured/supplied weapons to all sides, including Japan and Germany. For example, Rockefeller and Koch brothers had huge business dealings with Hitler. Many Wall Street firms were financing all sides of the war. So, while Europe was killing itself, it was sending America all its gold for guns, ships and planes. America’s manufacturing boomed, thanks to World War II.

So, yes, war can be a boost for the economy. Maybe that’s why the elites are really trying to provoke Russia. Let’s hope they don’t succeed. As Einstein said “I don’t know how World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.”

Reason #3 
FDR taxed the hell out of the Top 1% – raised the top tax bracket from 25% to 65% in a single move and then to 80%. It worked at that time because the rich had all the money within the U.S. But the rich have gotten smarter since then! Now the richest individuals and corporations have all their money parked in Cayman Islands and other offshore accounts, safe from the hands of the revolting mob. (Yup, more than $30 trillion in offshore accounts).
The US was warned by, at least, the governments of Britain, Netherlands, Australia, Peru, Korea and the Soviet Union that a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor was coming. All important Japanese codes were broken. FDR and Marshall and others knew the attack was coming, allowed it and covered up their knowledge. It's significant that both the the chief of OP-20-G Safford and Friedman of Army SIS, the two people in the world that knew what we decoded, said that FDR knew Pearl Harbor was going to be attacked.
Soon after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, rumors began to circulate challenging the official narrative that it was an unprovoked surprise attack. The cumulative evidence gathered over the last seventy years by scholars, journalists, and investigators vindicates those suspicious of treachery from the top; for it comprises a solid circumstantial case that Franklin D. Roosevelt and his top advisors deliberately provoked the attack and deliberately looked the other way before it came... 
The standard history treats U.S. entry into World War II as moral and strategic imperative. But as demonstrated above, that assessment does not bear careful scrutiny. Nazi Germany was not about to conquer the world, nor was she in any position to threaten the United States. Indeed, Hitler’s bid for continental supremacy had been thwarted by Britain and Russia long before the United States entered the war. Imperial Japan was bogged down on the Asian mainland, hungry for raw materials, and anxious for a modus vivendi with the United States. 
This history also ignores the enormous costs and horrifying consequences of direct American intervention. The Anglo-American bombings of German and Japanese cities killed more than a million civilians, most of whom were women and children. Most of the destruction in Western Europe occurred during the period of Allied liberation in 1944–1945 (See William Hitchcock’s The Bitter Road to Freedom: A New History of the Liberation of Europe). And the decision by President Truman to drop atomic bombs on a prostrate Japan in August 1945 accelerated a nuclear-arms race that still threatens the incineration of the world.
Americans are taught that Franklin Delano Roosevelt instituted massive economic reforms and regulations which tamed the banking hooligans.  
True, FDR helped pass a boatload of legislation, including Glass-Steagal and many other laws which helped reign in some of the worst abuses of the robber barons of the day. 
But Ellen Brown points out that FDR chickened out from making the most important, most fundamental reform: taking the power to create credit and “print” new money away from the private banksters and give it back to the federal government, as the founding fathers intended. 
By way of background, remember that Milton Friedman and Ben Bernanke have both said that the Federal Reserve caused the Great Depression.
A Failed Obama Hero 
Let's think about President Obama's failed economic stimulus program. Before getting to the nitty-gritty of why stimulus packages fail, let's look at the failed stimulus program of Obama's hero, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. FDR's Treasury Secretary, Henry Morgenthau, wrote in his diary: "We have tried spending money. We are spending more than we have ever spent before and it does not work. … We have never made good on our promises. … I say after eight years of this Administration we have just as much unemployment as when we started … and an enormous debt to boot!" 
Morgenthau was being a bit gracious. The unemployment figures for FDR's first eight years were: 18 percent in 1935; 14 percent in 1936; by 1938, unemployment was back to 20 percent. The stock market fell nearly 50 percent between August 1937 and March 1938. Columnist Walter Lippmann wrote, "With almost no important exception every measure he (Roosevelt) has been interested in for the past five months has been to reduce or discourage the production of wealth." The last year of the Herbert Hoover administration, the top marginal income tax rate was raised from 24 to 63 percent. During the Roosevelt administration, the top rate was raised at first to 79 percent and then later to 90 percent. Hillsdale College economic historian Professor Burton Folsom notes that in 1941, Roosevelt even proposed a whopping 99.5 percent marginal rate on all incomes over $100,000. Much more of the Hoover/FDR fiasco can be found in "Great Myths of the Great Depression" ( 
The Great Depression did not end until after WWII. Why it lasted so long went unanswered until Harold L. Cole, professor of economics at the University of Pennsylvania, and Lee E. Ohanian, professor of economics at UCLA, published their research project "How Government Prolonged the Depression" in the Journal of Political Economy (August 2004). Professor Cole explained, "The fact that the Depression dragged on for years convinced generations of economists and policy-makers that capitalism could not be trusted to recover from depressions and that significant government intervention was required to achieve good outcomes. Ironically, our work shows that the recovery would have been very rapid had the government not intervened." Professors Cole and Ohanian argue that FDR's economic policies added at least seven years to the depression.
Why FDR was America's Worst President... 
The President's Precedent 
Prior to Roosevelt’s presidency, these executive orders didn’t really exist (with the exception of the Louisiana Purchase 130 years before). If they were used, it was an order about how to enforce a law which Congress had written, not just a random command that is to be followed simply because the president wants it to be. The whole concept of an executive order is rather contrary to the system of checks and balances in the constitution. The framers enumerated the powers of each branch to avoid just such a system. But Roosevelt despised these checks. He loathed the idea that anybody else could tell him what he could or couldn’t do. He governed with the motto that “I’ll mandate the law, and dare them to overrule it”. And due to the Great Depression, nobody was willing or able to do so. Roosevelt was reelected three times. It may have been more had he not died before his fifth attempt. This sent every future president the message that if you want to stay in power, it helps to behave as FDR did. 
So naturally, other presidents have followed into his footsteps. Today, executive orders are stretched far and wide to include just about anything the president feels like doing. President Clinton that placed 6,000 acres of Western land off limits for development via executive order, citing his authority to do so from a law passed by Congress for the preservation of a very specific area...IN 1880!!! President Reagan struck down any federal regulation that he didn’t like by citing the Paperwork Production Act, which had been made by Congress to limit the amount of forms businessmen had to fill out (not the actual number of rules they had to comply with). This would have been unthinkable when the constitution was created, but since Roosevelt set the tone that this was acceptable, other ambitious presidents have been quick to use it to advance their agenda. 
Similarly, the constitution specifically requires the president to get the Senate's approval before making any treaties with other countries. But of course, FDR believed that only he should have that power. I suppose he figured this was just one giant constitutional typo where the framers accidentally included an entire sentence that they didn't really mean. So to get around their unfortunate blunder, he simply changed the word "treaty" to the word "agreement". Hey, the constitution says nothing about “agreements”, right? So Roosevelt began negotiating “agreements” with other countries, rather than treaties, without any congressional approval whatsoever! 
Naturally, Congress was again outraged, and this practice soon found its way to the Supreme Court. But the Supreme Court was very hesitant to challenge the president in these times - partially due to the war, and partially because most of them were his appointees by this time anyway. So in a move that can only be described as cowardly, the courts supported Roosevelt's interpretation. They cited the fact that congress could pass legislation to overturn these agreements as a sufficient constitutional check on the President’s negotiating power. But the president could still veto that legislation just as he can veto any others! The result is that today, Congress needs a veto proof, two-thirds majority in both houses to prevent the president from entering the United States into any contract he so chooses, rather than the president needing two-thirds concurrence in the Senate to have any power at all. 
This is why we have so few treaties today, and so many agreements (the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, is one example). There are also dozens of secret agreements, which the president conceals from Congress because he fears they would be overturned. Congress tried to address this problem by passing the CASE Act, which stipulates that all “executive agreements” be presented to Congress by years end. How did presidents get around that? By simply changing the word again! Now they call them National Security Directives, or NSD’s. Bush used one such secret NSD to authorize the waterboarding of suspected terrorists (which is completely unrelated to making "treaties" anyway!). When one of those directive’s leaked to the press, he issued another one authorizing “extraordinary rendition”, codename for taking suspects outside the country and doing the same thing. Hey, if Roosevelt (who everyone knows was one of the best presidents ever) can do it, why can’t I? 
The executive orders didn’t stop there. In 1942, the infamous Executive Order 9066 authorized the establishment of “exclusion zones” where people who were deemed a threat to the United States’ war effort could be contained. These are today known as the Japanese Internment Camps, one of the most shameful government actions in American history. FDR’s Vice President and successor, Harry Truman, cited the same emergency power to send troops into Korea without Congress’ permission, effectively wrenching the power to declare war away from Congress as well. It was done on the order of one man, free from any power restraints or constitutional checks whatsoever. And it was all started by FDR. 
Hoodwinking the Desperate 
How did he get away with this, one may ask? Why didn’t anybody cry foul? Why were the checks and balances in the constitution ignored? The simple answer is that the guardians of that constitution are less strong, and have less resolve, in times of confusion and desperation. The Great Depression was one such time, and Franklin D. Roosevelt brilliantly capitalized on this opportunity. People’s defenses are weak when they’re hungry, out-of-work, and scared for the future. When somebody promises you food, a job, camaraderie, and security in such conditions, people are eager to accept. The freedom they must sacrifice to do so seems less pressing, especially when you're paying with someone else's freedom instead of your own. And when the power of the presidency is expanded with the justification of “taking emergency action” to address the problem, people are willing to tolerate that expansion. Roosevelt ran his campaign on this message, and found a people very eager to grant him whatever power he needed to improve their desperate condition. 
But even Depression-era circumstances were not large enough to cover up these power grabs on their own. To get away with this heist, Roosevelt need to cover it up. So just like any good dictator, he presented people with only the information he wanted them to hear. FDR was an absolute master of media manipulation, and he invented most of the tactics that presidents use today.
Social Security: Broken Promises and Costly Changes 
Social Security has been built over an array of broken promises and costly changes. The alterations are costly, not only for government, but also for the nation’s working people. The program’s initiator, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, promised that it would be completely voluntary. Try to withdraw from it, and you’ll see the non-existing worth of that promise.

From a required payment of one percent of a participant’s first $1,400 of earnings when SS began in the 1930s, wage earners now see 7.56 percent of the first $90,000 extracted from their pay. And the employer has to match the amount taken from each worker — money that might otherwise be used to expand his business or given to employees. Many workers 50 years ago would see their paychecks grow every mid-summer when required payments into the program were met. That boost in take-home pay no longer exists. Formerly, payments to Social Security were deductible from taxable income. Like horse-drawn carriages, that practice too is gone... 
Social Security should be phased out by Congress with the government continuing to pay the elderly, and then having younger workers keep their own money, so they can invest it into a privately run program or do whatever they want with it. It’s their money. Unfortunately, Big Brother government won’t let them escape its clutches...  
Though he initially denounced anything resembling anything like the Social Security program, Franklin Delano Roosevelt reversed course completely in 1933 after he won the presidency. The plan he got through Congress and the Supreme Court was eerily identical to the proposal sought by U.S. Communist Party leader William Z. Foster in his 1932 book Toward Soviet America. Foster called for creation of a government-run “system of social insurance against unemployment, old age, sickness, accidents, etc.” That’s exactly what the U.S. federal government gave us. And the American people are constantly inundated with cries claiming Communism is dead. What’s dead is honesty and freedom from unconstitutional taxation.

The elderly and disabled should be taken care of by the government, but we don't need to steal from workers and employers to pay for it. Instead, the US can print its own money and not borrow it at interest from the banksters.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Pope Francis: Shut the F**k Up

The Pope says that ISIS' conquest of the Middle East is just like Jesus sending out his disciples.

I must have missed that bible chapter where Jesus' disciples behead people, force them into sex slavery and make them pay a tax on pain of death if they refuse to convert.

Monday, May 16, 2016

Tibetan Rainbow Body

Tibetan Rainbow Body 1 of 2 by debunkerbuster

Tibetan Rainbow Body 2 of 2 by debunkerbuster

The Rainbow Body - Periodically Updated Research Page

Paranormal Feats of Buddhist Monks Lending Credence to the Rainbow Body Phenomenon Periodically Updated Research Page

 "The Rainbow Body Phenomenon" with Father Francis Tiso

Implications for Research and Religion

Visionary: Francis Tiso, Fr.

Monsignor Tiso discusses the implications of an IONS-sponsored research project investigating a specific case of the Tibetan Buddhist practices of the "Rainbow Body," the ostensible dematerialization of the physical body after death.

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Thursday, May 12, 2016

Competing Theories on Predictive Programing

Competing Theories on Predictive Programming - Case Study: Family Guy

Theory 1. It's all a coinkidink. Also See: The Coincidence Theorist's Guide to 9/11

Theory 2. The Illuminati has such diabolical absolute control, as to be able to pull off simultaneously secret but yet publicly admitted nefarious plans that pull at every possible string.

Theory 3. This is not coincidence but synchronicity.

Theory 4. The globalist elites want you to believe in either of the first two options, but in reality they have time travel technology and are trying to manipulate the possible future events they saw as to ensure their desired outcome.

In my opinion, the first option is possible in any specific case including this one, but seems ridiculous when considering the cumulative body of predictive programming evidence. The second option, seems too implausible from a logistics standpoint. That said, I certainly think the evidence clearly shows that the original Illuminati existed and amalgamated with very powerful more modern secret societies. The fourth option, is compatible with the second option, but lacks any hard evidence.

Having studied and experienced synchronicity, however, the third option seems very plausible to me. In his book The Synchronicity Key: The Hidden Intelligence Guiding the Universe and You, author David Wilcock makes a strong case for the title of his tome. What is this intelligence trying to tell us? Perhaps that reality is not what we think it is.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

DMX Persecuted by Satanic Illuminati Hellywood Cult EXPOSED !!! Don't Believe The Mainstream Media!



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As an anti-secret-society hiphoppa; I feel uniquely qualified to review this book. I've also read most of Mark's earlier titles and follow his YouTube videos. Subjects such as secret societies may lead one to find him online as I once did and judging from my research he does a fine job of separating the facts from fiction. He finds source material so does not simply learn from YouTube videos. Mark is a nondenominational Christian and I an agnostic. The illuminati are very satanic so it is unwise to ignore a Christian's view on the matter for only not sharing the faith. One of the top original alleged illuminati agendas is to suppress Christianity so please study further to discover why that is before succumbing to confirmation bias.

I should clarify that Mark Dice isn't just some Hip Hop hater either. When asked if there are any admirable rappers in his opinion he will credit KRS ONE or Professor Griff from Public Enemy so if you know anything about classic/real hip-hop then that says everything. I myself don't even listen to any of the rappers that Mark criticizes because I can hear their small mindedness for myself and prefer revolutionary underground hip-hop which is no longer found on the radio. I liked Eminem in my teens but grew out of him and that's about all. One shouldn't listen to music for entertainment or shock value; music is supposed to be a source of communication and inspiration.

Mainstream music today is so polluted that most youth have never heard of even a semi-conscious rapper anymore and that's the real issue. Are you going to deny that the media is controlled by special interests? Why is the mainstream then so small minded while there are lyrical frikkin geniuses in the underground that don't get signed? Are you just that dumb so to believe that the idiocy on the radio is the height of human potential and art? Give me a break; you need to hear some real music before you start defending the radio trash just because it's all you know. You need to go online and look for music yourself and not just listen to what is placed in front of you by the music industry.

It is most important to understand that this book does not accuse the artists of being illuminati members...that would be absurd. They are merely illuminati puppets which mean that they are supporting the illuminati agenda. You can't deny that their videos are full of satanic symbolism and that pop-culture in the music industry today is promoting mostly negative influences with newer music. The book points to some of the countless examples of such symbolism. If you deny the existence of the illuminati you can still look at their alleged agendas and see support for them in popular music. Satanic imagery, immorality and materialistic mindlessness just saturate the music industry influencing those who listen more than they realize. It's not natural at all, it is undeniably influenced from the outside whether or not you want to call it illuminati.

Not everyone in the book though is accused of being an actual paid puppet because many are just cited as examples of inaccurate illuminati accusations people have made in the past. Like with the Insane Clown Posse for example, ICP started doing songs with illuminati hints in them but are explained in the book as still being just a rap group shooting for shock value. Shock value though is becoming one of the most blatant examples in many real cases such as a satanic female artist collecting teeth from her preteen fans for a necklace. Stunts like that are documented in the book and are analysed as whether or not satanic beyond a reasonable doubt. One artist with multiple examples of satanic affiliation can be no coincidence and why would the music industry promote them? Ask yourself because it's not talent...yo, who in pop-music even writes their own songs anymore?

I would say that I only had one real problem with how the book was presented. That would be all the pointless name calling. Mark always gives bad artists a name like Pig Ross instead of Rick Ross or Miley Virus Instead of Miley Cyrus. You would have already noticed this if you watched his YouTube videos about illuminati music but the language is also contained within the book. I am a lot more understanding of the name calling in his videos venting frustration about these "satanic Baphomet worshiping demons" than I am with the book. In a video you can see his personality and context much better whereas a reader may not even know the author in that light at all. It makes the author sound bias but I urge readers to please ignore it for the information remains the same, name calling or not.

Mark also did an interview on Sirius radio with "Sway in The Morning" about the book where he also used the name calling. I personal loved it and was laughing at how direct he was without remorse but...Ya I stayed on Mark's side completely for the entire interview but had to consider how listeners from Sirius are mostly sheep who wouldn't take it the right way. We are trying to convince these mainstream victims that the music they are listening to is bad for them and name calling is not very convincing. It doesn't help the argument put forth and makes you look like just another hater no matter how much fact you bring to the table. It can make them ignore that and just focus on the name calling. When talking to small minded mainstream fans we should keep things simple, it's a great opportunity to reach those who don't seek truth on their own.

I have one more small critique, which is that some artists only got little over a page written about them. Maybe that is all you need sometimes and it's more a prompt for someone to look further into the artist on their own. However I could remember points from his videos while reading that I wish were included and just more could have been said about some artists. Sometimes he had to explain what things were, like upon referencing the Bohemian Grove he would write a few paragraphs to explain what it is which for an unstudied person is helpful and key for understanding but half of the section on an artists should not be explaining something that could have been at the end of the book in a referencing section or something.

The Rock and Heavy Metal section of the book rather began mostly with cases where artists spoke out against the illuminati. It could give one the impression that that is Marks genre of choice however the more likely reason I think this section starts in the opposite direction is because people don't generally need convincing that Heavy Metal is known for being heavily satanic and negative. It goes to show that both good and evil are found in all genres. I personally can't stand heavy growling music because it just sounds evil on its own no matter what is spoken. Still forces exist against the genre to keep the revolutionary voices out of the popular spectrum.

The book points out at the end that the only popular music genre that is nearly free of evil outside influence is country music because it's made basically for simple people living a simple life. There is less crime in the country and people know their neighbors so a hateful country song would not be well received. Then with other genres immorality can be conveyed as cool or fun to listen to for shock value. What you listen to really has an impact on your brain and personality whether or you believe it or not. This is why an evil force is so apparent in popular music; it is being influenced by true evil. Call it illuminati if you will but at least recognize that something unnatural is going on.

My Opinion
I believe the mainstream portrays Hip Hop as the dumbest genre so sensible people won't even give it a chance. If someone tells me they don't like rap my first thought it "well at least you're that smart" smart enough to see the mainstream for the trash that it is. However, you have successfully then been distracted from the most politically charged underground I have heard. Not to say other genres can't compete on a revolutionary level it is just that the longer verses in hip-hop really allow the artist to say exactly what they mean in depth while other genres can't exactly do that without going beyond their standard verse/chorus model. A rap song can go 3 or 4 minutes straight without a chorus while a rock song can have 4 to 12 bars sometimes in-between a chorus.

Hollywood Is Illuminati Sex Cult by debunkerbuster

Deadpool | X Gon' Give It To Ya

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Coast To Coast AM - May 7, 2016 Mysterious Encounters of the South

The paranormal researcher and storyteller known as "Dark Waters" joined Dave Schrader to discuss mysterious encounters in the South. Waters is a professional storyteller who interviews witnesses to strange, confusing or frightening phenomena, and recreates their stories as accurately as possible on his website and youtube channel. Waters began by describing a childhood encounter with a strange dark shape with glowing eyes that appeared to come after him in response to his grandmother's interest in the practice of "hoodoo." He said that his home town of New Orleans is full of strange stories because of its history of tragedies like hurricanes, slavery, and war, as well as the presence of voodoo and the fact that many cultures have contributed their lore and history to the city and to Louisiana. Waters summed it up as "a gumbo of the paranormal."

Dave asked about the vampire lore that is connected to New Orleans, and if there were any actual reports of such creatures. Waters was guarded in his answer, saying only that there seemed to be a group of individuals that seemed to be able to draw the "life force" of others, and have amassed a great deal of power and influence in the city. People who have encountered them report episodes of missing time. He mentioned a division of the New Orleans Police Department that actually deals with paranormal issues, and one of the officers who did not want to talk about these so-called "vampires," even after promising that he would do so. Waters is "100 per cent certain" that these people exist.

One story that is not generally known outside New Orleans is the account of an "angry man" who apparently haunts an old restaurant and bar. Waters recounted the story of the entity who followed a female employee home and tormented her and her boyfriend. A dark shadow of the figure accosted her in a swimming pool and tried to strangle her boyfriend in bed at night. He also shared stories of a "banshee"-like figure that plagued a neighborhood during the flooding of Katrina. The witnesses described hearing piercing screams getting closer to their home and then seeing a female figure floating over the floodwaters dressed in a torn grey dress and wailing with a mouth that was unnaturally large - "two feet wide" as they told him.

Waters also revealed accounts of black-eyed children and one story in particular that came to him from Nashville, where a female acquaintance told him of a child with black eyes that she inadvertently invited into her apartment, and which has continued to appear, coinciding with health problems that she did not have before the encounter. He then described his own experience with an apparent group of "dog men" who he saw moving about in the trees at dusk when he was interviewing a witness. He says that they have been reported worldwide and "have killed people and will kill people in the future." Waters encouraged listeners not to seek any contact with the creatures. 


Whitley Streiber's Dreamland: The Black-Eyed... by debunkerbuster

Monday, May 9, 2016

Coast To Coast AM - May 5, 2016 Ghost Hunting & Mind Power

In the first half, Hollywood ghosthunter Rick McCallum talked about the many ghost hunting locations he and his ghost hunting group have been to, and the inexplicable paranormal activity they've seen. He first became interested in the subject when at age 13, while staying at a haunted hotel in Paducah, KY, the two wheeled beds in his room suddenly started moving toward each other until they collided. McCallum, along with the San Diego Ghost Hunters, used a "spirit box" (an electronic device also known as Frank's Box or a ghost box) as part of their ghost investigations at the haunted William Heath Davis House in San Diego. 


In the latter half, noted chronicler of the occult and esoteric, Mitch Horowitz, shared practical methods on how to use the positive powers of your mind to improve your life. "The mind comes first-- if you haven't got a goal in mind, and if you're not thinking in ways that are going to manifest that goal, you are undercutting your legs before you even get into the race," he remarked. Making a list of your desires can have incredible power, he stated. Referring to such an exercise as a "3 Step Miracle," he suggested that one carefully ponder what it is they really want in their life, then write it down as a list. Then, you should read the list when first awakening, during the day, and at night. Step 3 is to give thanks when one of your desires manifests. 

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Your Mother is Always with You

Your Mother is always with you. She’s the whisper of the leaves as you walk down the street, she’s the smell of certain foods you remember, flowers you pick, the fragrance of life itself.

She’s the cool hand on your brow when you’re not feeling well, she’s your breath in the air on a cold winter’s day. She is the sound of the rain that lulls you to sleep, the colors of a rainbow. Your mother lives inside your laughter.

She’s the place you came from, your first home, and she’s the map you follow with every step you take. She’s your first love, your first friend, even your first enemy, but nothing on earth can separate you. Not time, not space, not even death.

~ unknown

My grandmother always said that she would come back to visit as a red cardinal bird after death. I unexpectedly received some free greeting cards in the mail last night and one had a cardinal on it. I included it among the gifts I'm giving my mom for mother'
s day and noted in it how every time I see one of these birds it makes me smile and how they seem to show up at the oddest of times. Like when, as she just told me on the phone, she saw one this morning. She hasn't yet seen the card!


I stepped outside for a few minutes in the hope to see a cardinal. I didn't see one, but the thought came to my head that often you must have faith before being offered any evidence or ability to recognize it as proof. I had a meditation video playing on the computer with music and images that change every so often. When I came inside this was the image on screen, I had no idea this image was in the video. It may not be a cardinal, but it certainly is a man with a shaved head like mine facing a red bird! The image is used as the thumbnail for the video, but I hadn't noticed before. :)

Update 2:

A week or so after this was written my wife and I had just started discussing our mothers when a red bird flew through our path. Shortly after adding the last sentence my wife hollered on me to show me an article that came up in her Facebook feed, from someone she knows but who who knew nothing of what I've wrote here, about how when you see a red cardinal it's an angel.

Several weeks later, I was with my mother at a cemetery to help her take pictures for There were specific names she was looking for and she was thinking of hopping out of the car to randomly check a spot, when we saw a red cardinal. She said this must be the spot and Grandma is letting me know. Wouldn't you know it, that is the only place it that entire cemetery with the few graves that she was looking for. I searched all around the place for more graves with those names and found none.


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