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posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 09:49 PM
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originally posted by: Aallanon
a reply to: Skyfloating

If I may be so bold as to ask, in your opinion, what is it?



Low-vibration interdimensional Beings that feed off human fear. But thats just my opinion.




posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 09:52 PM
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Eight of the worst popes in church history (CNN)Billed as a reformer and outsider, Pope Francis was elected five years ago. He took the helm as the Catholic Church wrestled with corruption and the fallout of the child sexual abuse scandal. But this is hardly the first time that the church has been gripped by scandal.

Pope Alexander VI

BORN AS: Rodrigo Borgia near Valencia, Spain, in 1431.
TIME IN POWER: 1492-1503.
WHAT HE DID: To this day, the Borgia name is synonymous with scandal because of this guy's rule. (How many other papal families have a Showtime series named after them?)There was controversy from the start with Pope Alexander VI, a wealthy Spaniard who allegedly bought the papacy by bribing his fellow electors. Alexander also saw no problem appointing many of his relatives to positions of power, or killing off rival cardinals to claim their valuable property for himself. And he was apparently quite the ladies' man, fathering several children with his many mistresses.

Pope Stephen VI

BORN AS: Birth name, date and birthplace unknown.
TIME IN POWER: May 896-August 897.
WHAT HE DID: Pope Stephen VI did not have a chummy relationship with his predecessor, Pope Formosus. And that's putting it kindly. When Stephen came to power, Formosus had already been dead for months, but having his enemy six feet under was not enough punishment for the new Pope. He ordered the rotting corpse exhumed, redressed in papal robes and placed on the throne to face trial. It's safe to say the verdict didn't go Formosus' way, so Stephen commanded his body be dragged through the streets of Rome and dumped in the Tiber River. Though he won the so-called cadaver trial, Stephen was strangled to death by one of his enemies barely more than a year later.

Pope Boniface VIII

BORN AS: Benedetto Caetani in Rome, circa 1235.
TIME IN POWER: 1294-1303.
WHAT HE DID: With his "my way or the highway" approach to the papacy, Pope Boniface VIII had a knack for starting fights. Among his many enemies was the writer Dante Alighieri, whose criticism of the church led to his exile from Florence, Italy, at the hands of Boniface's cronies. But his most heated feud was with France's powerful King Philip IV. In 1302, Boniface issued a papal bull -- the church's term for an official proclamation -- which placed Europe's kings and their armies under his supreme command. Many rulers may have called "bull" on this, especially Philip, who ordered Boniface's capture after he caught wind of the Pope's plans to excommunicate him.
Boniface died soon after, but not before earning himself a permanent spot in the eighth circle of Hell in Dante's "Inferno."

Pope Urban VI

BORN AS: Bartolomeo Prignano in Naples, Italy, circa 1318.
TIME IN POWER: 1378-1389.
WHAT HE DID: When your tenure tears the church in two, consider your spot on the "not a great pope" list secured. Pope Urban VI's election in 1378 triggered the Western Schism, also known as the time when there were two, and later, three, competing popes claiming the title of church leader à la "Game of Thrones." Urban also had no problem using violence to dispatch his enemies. He called for the brutal killings of cardinals who plotted against him, and legend has it he even griped that their screams weren't loud enough.

Pope Leo X

BORN AS: Giovanni de' Medici in Florence, Italy, in 1475.
TIME IN POWER: 1513-1521.
WHAT HE DID: A member of Italy's powerful Medici family, Pope Leo X had a taste for the finer things in life. He funded some of the Renaissance's most famous artwork, but his big spending drove the church's finances deep into the red. To help balance the books, he relied heavily on the sale of indulgences -- which is forking over money to the church to buy forgiveness for sins or, say, to get a dead relative out of Purgatory. You might remember from history class that this pay-for-penance scheme angered many, including Martin Luther, whose "95 Theses" sparked the Protestant Reformation and tore apart the Catholic Church.

Pope John XII

BORN AS: Ottaviano in Rome, circa 937.
TIME IN POWER: 955-964.
WHAT HE DID: He was only about 18 when he became Pope, and history claims that John XII ran the church in a way you'd expect from a hormonal teenager with enormous power. From most accounts, it sounds like the papal palace under John XII was part-raucous frat party, part-seedy brothel. Whichever version you believe, John XII was definitely not celibate, and legend has it he died of a stroke doing what he loved ... with another man's wife.

Pope Benedict IX

BORN AS: Theophylactus in Rome, circa 1012.
TIME IN POWER: 1032-1044; April-May 1045; 1047-1048
WHAT HE DID: A "demon from hell'" and "so vile, so foul, so execrable that I shudder to think of it" are just a few of the kind words future saints and other popes have used to describe Pope Benedict IX. This Pope held the position three different times, and was kind of like a really bad cold that the church couldn't get rid of. His first spell as Pope ended with him fleeing Rome after a citizens' rebellion erupted over his violent behavior. He then came back into power for a second stint but sold the papacy to his godfather, who became Pope Gregory VI. But Benedict was still not finished. He returned to Rome years later, reclaimed the throne and then lost it again after German armies finally chased him out of Rome for good.

Pope Sergius III

BORN AS: Sergius in Rome. Birth date is unknown.
TIME IN POWER: 904-911.
WHAT HE DID: As a friend of Pope Stephen VI of "cadaver trial" fame, it should come as little surprise that Sergius III was also not a great Pope. Sergius came to power at a time when several players laid claim to the title, and after declaring a number of his rivals anti-popes, he had at least one of them killed. He's also said by some to be the father of Pope John XI, the product of Sergius' relationship with a Roman socialite named Marozia.

edit on 23-4-2018 by LurkNoMore because: OCD



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 09:54 PM
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originally posted by: fiverx313
a reply to: Enderdog

i do agree that pandering emotional bull# has taken over the discourse. i never said it hasn't. i just think it's terrible




I feel you, bro.



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 09:58 PM
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a reply to: Skyfloating

Thank you. One more question? Can we see them?



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:00 PM
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originally posted by: Aallanon
a reply to: Skyfloating

Thank you. One more question? Can we see them?



In an altered state perhaps.



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:02 PM
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a reply to: Enderdog

/fistbump



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:03 PM
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originally posted by: Enderdog
Here's the thing. Almost everyone on these megathreads, is actually on the same side. We all want things to get better. However, we have also almost all been marginalized by normies, because the old world order has a lot of practice at divide and conquer.

I, like everyone else here, range somewhere between frustration at people not quite getting what I think are key points...and maybe some butthurt at times. Not proud of that...but, I'm just a human too.

We tend to want the same things though, I think. We just have different ideas, on the best way to go about it. At any rate...I just want to say thank you for being in the mix. Salt resenting flour is as ridiculous as flour thinking salt isn't important in the recipe. Takes all of us to bake the bread of life though.


that is honestly really touching, thank you. i appreciate your perspective.



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:05 PM
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originally posted by: JaspersCheese
a reply to: MountainLaurel

This may interest you. St. George's story is much older than we're taught.

Everything old i new again.

Sacred Texts

The Phoenician Origin of Britons, Scots & Anglo-Saxons
Archive.org


It's fascinating how much everything still seems to be connected with the ancient past.... Thanks for posting JC



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:05 PM
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a reply to: carewemust
This post may have given me a Eureka moment... but proving/disproving it will have to wait til morning!

What if, in some Q posts, Periods/Full stops are "dots" and any other punctuation are dashes?

For any q post over, say, 100 characters, you could get a reasonable morse code message out of it, taking one line as being one letter's worth of dot/dashes.



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:07 PM
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a reply to: Enderdog

Dunno how many people here follow Benjamin Fulford...but his blog has been down all day. He typically publishes on Monday mornings...and occasionally short subjects in between. He was taken down once before, and had to completely re-tool...Paypal fracked him over, IMO. But, been down far longer than any server maintenance would account for.



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:09 PM
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originally posted by: EnzoD
MOAB = Mueller of all booms?

...the Democrats launching a lawsuit (almost like they know what's coming and want to try and keep the narrative going - a big mistake.


Criminals will either admit their crimes, or loudly profess their innocence.



Right from the beginning, and later, after it even "matters" in terms of post-conviction or final appeal, they never admit nuthin', where a rational person might eventually say "ok, I did it".

It's a short consistent pattern followed by sociopaths; lie-deny-justify. Eventually this DNC drama will get to the final chapter where the FISA abuse et al were mere technicalities and "justified", simply because it was against Trump. (wink)

It's still hard to fathom the DNC lawsuit as a "thing". Has anyone had a look at it? DNC has no assets, but have lawyers willing to work for the cause, I guess. Maybe a way to divert resources away from legit civil suits going out. Defendants would have to answer before going ahead with their counter-claim. By then it'll all be over...right?

edit on 23-4-2018 by FlyingFox because: seed-of-denial or something like that



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:11 PM
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originally posted by: fiverx313

originally posted by: Enderdog
Here's the thing. Almost everyone on these megathreads, is actually on the same side. We all want things to get better. However, we have also almost all been marginalized by normies, because the old world order has a lot of practice at divide and conquer.

I, like everyone else here, range somewhere between frustration at people not quite getting what I think are key points...and maybe some butthurt at times. Not proud of that...but, I'm just a human too.

We tend to want the same things though, I think. We just have different ideas, on the best way to go about it. At any rate...I just want to say thank you for being in the mix. Salt resenting flour is as ridiculous as flour thinking salt isn't important in the recipe. Takes all of us to bake the bread of life though.


that is honestly really touching, thank you. i appreciate your perspective.


Also...i get a chuckle everytime I see your Bob Ross avatar! Dats some funny stuff, right dere!



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:11 PM
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El Pais smear peace: Julian Assange has drifted away from the Cause

Translation: Julian Assange is only noble, when he supports far-left politics. Once he strays just one inch from that, he needs to be silenced.



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:13 PM
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originally posted by: Enderdog

originally posted by: fiverx313
a reply to: Enderdog

i do agree that pandering emotional bull# has taken over the discourse. i never said it hasn't. i just think it's terrible




I feel you, bro.


Dag nab it..I mean sister. I forgot!



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:16 PM
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Assange twitter account is now being used by the #ReconnectJulian campaign

Im pretty sure the guy still doesnt have Internet because he wants to drop more pizzagate stuff.



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:18 PM
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a reply to: RelSciHistItSufi

A Thought of 'Maybe' sometimes boosts one yea or nay

megamitensei.wikia.com...:_Shadow_of_the_Labyrinth



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:20 PM
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Coinbase shuts out Wikileaks

Yeah...cryptocurrency...the frontier of freedom. : @@ :



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:20 PM
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a reply to: Skyfloating

Q says expand your thinking correct? I would like to explore some of the more esoteric aspects that I have come across in this rabbit hole. However when ever I broach the subject I am met with disinterest.

I understand you can’t redpill a normie with theories of low vibrational beings or hidden hyperspace or breakaway civilizations. I just thought/ hoped this would be the place where I could discuss those things.

No matter. I enjoy the work being done here and am thankful for it and for the people doing it and the hope it brings.

It is nice to know though that some of you are as “out there” as me.








posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:20 PM
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a reply to: Enderdog

why do you keep answering yourself as if you were fixer?



posted on Apr, 23 2018 @ 10:21 PM
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originally posted by: MindBodySpiritComplex
a reply to: AndyFromMichigan

Jeez, the date! Remember this from last year?




ETA: never said 2017 only Trump April 26. Article from last year:

Trump April 26th: Creepy radio broadcast sparks attack fears


Wow, this ties in very nicely as a test of the emergency broadcast system too. Maybe our Moab is a video released via ebs on thursday.



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