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The World Economic Forum has decided to reschedule the Annual Meeting 2021 in Davos to early next summer.
The decision was not taken easily, since the need for global leaders to come together to design a common recovery path and shape the “Great Reset” in the post-COVID-19 era is so urgent. However, the advice from experts is that the Forum cannot do so safely in January.
originally posted by: MadMegs
I've been a member here for years, never login, never post, wake up one day in a daze, wondering where reality went.....landed here with an open mind.
Was I programmed to do that?? What's next? I've got an open mind....
originally posted by: SideEyeEverything
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Lovecraft transcribed the pronunciation of Cthulhu as Khlûl′-hloo and said that "the first syllable pronounced gutturally and very thickly. The u is about like that in full; and the first syllable is not unlike klul in sound, hence the h represents the guttural thickness."
named after American author H. P. Lovecraft (1890–1937). His work emphasizes a philosophy of cosmicism, the idea that the reality underlying the veneer of normality is so alien that seeing it would be harmful.
The short story that first mentions Cthulhu, "The Call of Cthulhu", was published in Weird Tales in 1928 and established the character as a malevolent entity, hibernating within R'lyeh, an underwater city in the South Pacific. The imprisoned Cthulhu is apparently the source of constant subconscious anxiety for all mankind, and is also the object of worship, both by a number of human cults (including in New Zealand, Greenland, Louisiana, and the Chinese mountains) and by other Lovecraftian monsters (called Deep Ones and Mi-Go). The short story asserts the premise that, while currently trapped, Cthulhu will eventually return.
Deep beneath the Pacific Ocean, most of the remnants of a 2 million square mile lost continent known as Zealandia have fascinated scientists since 2017.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
Odd question, but I do think it is relevant to what is happening.....has anyone else noticed a fairly large uptick in commercials for schizophrenia medications? I mostly watch streaming stuff on Hulu and Netflix and whatnot. The schizophrenia ads have been playing at least a couple/few times per day.
Just seems odd.....