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posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 01:28 PM
a reply to: theantediluvian

Yeah, I usually speak up here when I find someone using the Post or UPI as reference for a point of view. Moon cut a fairly wide swath across the political backrooms of American politics and religious power brokers in the 80s and 90s

Moon had gathered a small following while in a N. Korean prison during the Korean War and I have always been interested on what CIA operatives might have been there upon the prisoners release, looking for people to further their anti communist agenda. It makes sense too that a cultish leader would have looked good to them at the time. There have been rumors all along that he had CIA connections but I have never found anything more substantial than that.

Interestingly enough, even though his teachings are based on a spiritual unit of God and one man and one woman in marriage, he was in prison for polygamy. Now that he is dead, his widow and his children are fighting over control of his cult.

posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 02:05 PM
a reply to: theboarman


I'm off to the Atlanta Science Festival for a few hours, but will be back online to field questions later tonight!

In the meantime, here's our latest episode on the lead crisis in Flint, MI:

edit on 26-3-2016 by SkepticOverlord because: Embedded youtube video

posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 04:58 PM
Two question comes to my mind chemwebs and jade helm really concern me also there was never a real follow up on the mysterious death

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 03:50 AM
Awesome stufftheydontwantyoutoknow, Ive been a long time lurker on ats, but before that back in 2012 I discovered your youtube channel, it's what really got me into thinking about a whole different viewpoint than the established one. Also entertaining viewer enjoyment lol, but then I realized alot of this is substantial truth. Naturally turned me to alex jones and then to ats. From there on out been my own mouth piece. Love that this has come full circle for me, as you are who brought me here essentially

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 06:19 AM
a reply to: MattFrederick
Fairest greetings to you gentlemen (with a slightly less fine greeting to Ben for his Illuminati pose)!

A book has just been released which proves that pop musicians are "manufactured" like products, with songs written by teams of engineers "shopped around" for a performer - indicating that songs are not even written for specific artists! Most of the lyrics are written by old men who can claim responsibility for the majority of Top 40 songs today.

It just so happens to be a coincidence that most of these manufactured artists are the selfsame people utilizing the classic esoteric Illuminati symbolism, as exampled below:

I am more of a historian and a rationalist, but this (aside from political corruption) is the one conspiracy I wholeheartedly ascribe to. My question to you is, to what purpose do you believe the symbolism assaulting us from all media? A subliminal coercion? A secret message? A means of cult recruiting?

Thank you for your time!

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 07:24 AM
a reply to: MattFrederick

Welcome to ATS!

I love watching the show, having only known about it a month or so but I've loved the approach you guys take.

The Antediluvian mentioned Sun Myung Moon on page 7 of this thread ( I think) I had a family member who was adamant "The Moonies" were out to hurt him psychologically and physically. I never believed him till a few year ago when I did a bit digging.

All my research "disappeared" and sites I used for research I couldn't access, strangely enough I could access them from a friends PC but that was blocked after 40 minutes. Anyway I would just like to mention Mr Moon is a fascinating topic research with CIA links and strong links to Tae Kwon Do.

You've mentioned you all like to read in this thread, here is an ATS thread you may be aware of

The Language of Vampyr

Beware the thread is huge but it has a lot of gems in it and the authors of Forgotten Languages pop in at some point dropping some wtf bombs

Now for my question:

How far are you chaps willing to go to raise awareness? And have you ever come across a topic you wished to share but was too far down the rabbit hole?

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 08:10 AM
Is Dim Mak, in fact, a functional ,martial art ,system?
edit on 27-3-2016 by cavtrooper7 because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 08:29 AM
a reply to: SargonThrall

Great post! I am definitely adding that book to my kindle asap.

What I find fascinating about pop music is how it works to split up young people into marketing segments. These kids listen to urban hip-hop and r&b, these kids listen to modern country, and so on.

The truth is a lot of the music is written by the same people. The other truth is it takes a baseball team sized lineup of writers and producers to make bubblegum pop. Yet, many pop listeners strongly identify with their favorite songs, and feel as if they are being spoken to directly by it. Nothing could be further from the truth. They are being targeted by Experian and Equifax, and their allies in the pop-machine (which includes TV, movies, and youtube channels, by the way) because they are so easily reduced to a category in a marketing segmentation report.

This isn't a new phenomenon. The middle to late portion of the western 20th century was built on marketing youth culture to young people first, and then selling nostalgia back to those segments as these groups got older. What is different is the trappings of these campaigns. In the 60's and 70's -- groups who used tarot imagery and the trappings of the occult were by definition rebelling against the over-culture of hit-machine pop. Today, these roles are largely reduced. Now, hit-machine pop uses the illuminati to sell their records, and niche acts sing towards artistic "realism." Let that sink in a moment. That's how transgressive commercial art has become. It neutralized the fringe by doing it one better. The only fringe position left to run to is aching realism.

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 08:48 AM
a reply to: BenjaminBowlin

I am not familiar with you but I am familiar with the Flint case. No mystery here. Gov Snyder was following an agenda of making life as miserable as possible for social program citizens. They will either move or die. Same in Kansas.

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 09:04 AM
a reply to: 0zzymand0s

I heard they left metal behind because it caused it's listeners to be angry and want to fight.
I have gathered they wanted more pussies and to consolidate the urban issue into identifiable members.

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 09:24 AM
a reply to: cavtrooper7

I can believe it. I'm a weirdo, I guess. Good metal calms me down.

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 09:31 AM
a reply to: MattFrederick

Welcome to the site Matt, Noel,Ben

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 09:39 AM
a reply to: 0zzymand0s

If you slap one of these Ero -socialists they will recoil and ask you why you have done that IF I slap YOU I'd get a punch in the face.
WE were conditioned to fight for the United States by OUR propaganda we are warriors from the cold war and it was deliberate.
NOW people are being molded into compliant Epsilons as in 1984 ( I THINK it's in the cellphone signals to ones head)
WE as warriors are bad and need to be shunned (As we are) both to create more suicides amongst our real combatants,eliminate our history of a culture who ARE warriors, and to bring less capable people to the leash.

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 09:43 AM
a reply to: cavtrooper7

What we have done to you is criminal neglect. The fact that we even have homeless soldiers or soldiers who can't get help with their medical issues is an indictment of our entire civilization.

"Thank you for your service" is a trite line in the face of this reality, but it's all I've got. It isn't enough.

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 12:07 PM
a reply to: spygeek

why are you here?
in a bad mood?
This is a cool thread. why throw mud into it.
I really like the knowledge and research these guys have and do.
Again, why are you here?

By the way, thanks STDWYTK !!!

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 12:16 PM
a reply to: MattFrederick

Good to see you guys. I watch you on Youtube quite a bit, keep up the amazing work.

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 12:25 PM
a reply to: MattFrederick

Welcome to ATS.

As you can guess by my avatar and signature below, I'm a huge paranormal, anything weird, fan.

I look forward to watching your shows. I just subscribed to your Y/T channel.

Thanks for coming. Now, back to read this thread.

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 12:29 PM

originally posted by: NoelBrown
a reply to: Schmoe1223

I'm of the belief that voting is a sham and changes nothing. I believe nothing short of a revolution will set this country back on the right path.

Boy oh boy, that's a tough one.

I do feel like a revolution within the two party system we're unfortunately saddled with seems less and less likely every day. Folks seem to put so much emphasis on electing a president who represents their views, but yet there's so much divisiveness in the legislature that even the most revolutionary of presidents would likely be hamstrung by endless filibusters and pointless debates.

That being said, I think voting is still incredibly important as it's one of the few ways we can (in theory anyway) affect change moving forward.

No theory imo.. Govt deregulating banks leading to a multi-year recession, welfare, obamacare, and homeland security? The reason you feel the way you do is because I know the way I vote is rarely the person who gets elected. We are in desperate need of term limits, but dont expect the criminals in wash to cut their own throat anytime soon. And even that wouldnt fix everything...when we have a completely fresh of choices, like for President, the public chooses the worst 2.

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 12:51 PM
a reply to: 0zzymand0s

I kind of dug my own grave by allowing myself to want to fight in the first place,you know ,to measure your character.
People don't have any idea what the world would be like without the US MIlitary.
They only see the harm done and yell bad without a clear examination.
I'm NOT talking about our leader's choices here but what we have actually done overseas.
MOST don't care ,some celebrate the suicides as their victory over the war pigs.
When a threat is there (REAL or otherwise)we are spent in conquering it,we can't really change how we come out of a war,and short of shooting us before we leave,they really discard us in the "What have you done for me lately" type of mentality or try to pin our leaders choices on us.
I will gladly tell all, a soldier is a monster for his nation. OURS are the best ...lucky America,we have the most best well trained and equipped.(BLAME the world, not me for war)
Better OUR types than people who can't fight and get shipped over there anyway,people who don't WANT to fight.
THAT is what will happen if they destroy us then THEY will be drafted,THEN become as we.
NOW find LEADERS who can STOP these wars and lets go to space

posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 01:05 PM

originally posted by: MattFrederick
a reply to: Im2keul

Trusting anecdotal evidence of the existence of ghosts is extremely difficult for me, and this type of evidence is mostly what you find when researching this topic. I want SO badly to experience something that would sway my current disbelief. Also - I ain't afraid of no ghost. *cue the music*

LOL. Maybe you should scan through my paranormal thread. I've had "ghostly encounters" all my life, but, as you stated, this is not "evidence", just my word. There are over 330 pages of others' experiences too. Is everyone making this stuff up? Hmm...
I hope someday you have your own experience to validate it as truth for yourself.

While I'm here, I will ask if you are familiar with Corey Goode and the claims he makes about being in the Secret Space Program in the 20 and back program? There are others who make the same claims that are stepping forward too.
I'm wondering what your thoughts are on his claims that there are 22 or more ET races that have bases on the back side of the moon who are watching us?

I'm a huge fan of any type of conspiracy, UFOs, or paranormal stories, so I think I will be quite busy checking out your You Tube site for the next few days/weeks/months.

I'm so happy to learn about you guys.

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