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Introductory post of Historical-Mozart

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posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 10:40 PM
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Greetings, ATS members,


I am a long-time conspiracy buff and I should/could have joined ATS a long, long time ago. My bad. But, better later than never, right?


I've briefly read through some of the forum posts and I like what I see -- some of it, at least. I am saddened that the long-time members of ATS laments that the general quality of the posts have declined, compared to the previous years in which the general quality of the posts were higher. This kind of phenomenon is common to any forum that gets really big and, the bigger it gets, the more-difficult it is to manage it with fairness and discretion.


So the very difficult job of the moderators of ATS is a really, really tough one. Although I have never been a moderator on a forum, I know a lot of moderators and I do understand what they go through in their yeoman efforts to moderate an oft-unruly bunch of posters, who may tend to fire off emotion-laden, cuss-filled and error-filled posts before proof-reading it and before taking a deep breath and standing in the shoes of their intended readers.


So, even before I get to read a large number of ATS posts, I want to commend the mods of ATS for the fine work that they do in advance. Their work makes posting much easier for the rest of us, believe me. I've seen unmoderated, unrestrained forums and, omg, the filth of porn, of pedo-peddling, of mind-numbing trash is astounding. Who on Earth reads that crap? Ugh. Humans. I hate 'em and love 'em at the same time.


So, who am I? What am I about? Why am I posting here?


Ok, let's go with my handle that I have chosen -- "Historical Mozart". When I first registered, I had figured for SURE that "Mozart" was taken, and, sure enough, it was, so I had to go with my chosen one. The reason that I have this handle is that I actually have a past-life connection with the historical Mozart. No kidding. And I will NOT explain the specifics of this past-life connection, as that is private and very personal for me, but, I do have it from three highly-accurate intuitive friends that I do, indeed, have a direct connection with the historical Mozart.


And this connection with the historical Mozart pleases me. No, it's not the fame -- it's the quality of his music; the intensity of his heart-felt strings, with which he poured into his music; the depth of his feelings and belief in the greatness of the human spirit that infuses his music to an enormous degree and his love for the harmonic, Divine cosmos that are expressed in the complex harmonies of his music. I find his music to be soul-stirring and uplifting and I am deeply humbled and honored to have this connection with him. There are a number of his works that I have yet to hear, so, when I find one that I have not heard yet, I go to my CD player, close out the world, turn off the lights and listen to the "new" music. Without fail, every "new" one that I hear, I know exactly where the music is going and how it is going to sound as I listen to it. Happens every tiime.


Oh, jeez, I just now noticed that there's a 4,000-character limit to these introductory posts and I have only about 1,200 characters left. Ok, I guess that I'll follow up my own introductory post with "replies" to it. I do have more to say.


And, please, about my connection with the historical Mozart, I don't want any flaming posts, attacking posts, criticizing posts, fun-poking posts -- I have had enough of this during my lifetime of being nearly deaf (I was born this way) and for be a "conspiracy theorist" for nearly all of my life, for which I have suffered greatly over the years, so, no attacks, please. I am who I am. Respect me as much as I will respect you.


~Seth




posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 11:12 PM
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Ok, so what am I about? In one word: TRUTH.


Truth is what I seek; Truth is what I wish to see in the world; Truth is what I wish to be in this world; Truth is my guiding principle in everything that I do, that I feel, that I see and that I act upon in this world.


Truth is my guiding principle in my exploration of the vast number of conspiracies that have dominated the historical movements/events of the world. Truth can be very, very uncomfortable; it can be painful; it can be hard to swallow; it can challenge people's egos like nothing else can; it can hurt; it can liberate you...but, first, it'll piss you off!


Most people, when they first encounter any truths(s) that busts their perceptions of their aspects of realities, the first reaction is denial and that is an understandable one, as this is a first-stage action of protection of egos that are vested into particular perceptions or beliefs that defines their realities. Denial is a form of ego-generated shock that protects the egos to some extent.


Then, after the egos work their way through the denial stage, then the anger stage comes in and this is where people often get pissed off about the 2x4 truth that had hit them in the head, metaphorically. Truth can be very, very hard on people and the vast majority of the people on the planet still have not taken the red pill of truth, yet many have been exposed to the various forms of truth over the years, especially if they are on the Internet. But truth often just bounces off their minds, like water off a duck, like water beading up on an oil slick.


Most people's minds have been polluted with FEAR -- False Information Appearing Real. Fear is a toxin that is best to be avoided -- yet genuine fear has its place in life; however, chronic, media/propaganda-generated FEAR has got to go! And that's the job of most people who are in ATS and other conspiracy-oriented forums. We MUST endeavor to wake people up as fast as we can, as time is short in the current acceleration towards our collective Event Horizon of 2012.


And, as if the truths of the collective maya -- or illusions about current events, historical events and the prime causes behind both events in the world is not hard enough to deal with -- dealing with any truths about each one's own character "flaws" are even harder to deal with. And, what I mean by "character flaws" are primarily areas in each of our lives, our personalities that have been unexamined, unexplored and unhealed. Healing those sore, toxic parts of our personalities requires the necessary courage to face the truths about those aspects of ourselves, as reflected in our personal events, in our personal relationships, in our lessons that we learn in our lives as we live them.


And the key thing about personal truths is that, if you don't get it, don't learn it, don't pay attention to the painful truths of certain unhealed aspects of your personality self, then life will cause the truth-reflecting events to happen over and over and over again... until you GET it. Once you GET it, examine it and heal it by forgiving yourself and/or others, then you can get through that hell of endless repetition of personal events/patterns that seem to repeat over and over and over again and move on to new, better patterns and events in your lives that will infuse you with new energy, new spirit and new life that will be good for your soul.


But, as you dig up old pains that need to be healed, other unhealed aspects of yourself will pop up, so it's a never-ending process. That's part of being human and a necessary part of being here in 3-D as we know it. And that's why conspiracies have been so dominant for the many centuries of human experience as we have known it. Humans tend to deny truth, even when it causes wars, famines, societal collapses, etc.


So truth is my guiding principle that guides everything that I do. I treasure truth and follow it dilligently in my life.


~Seth



posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 11:20 PM
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reply to post by Historical-Mozart
 


Welcome aboard seth.


Thanks for giving us a comprehensive lowdown on yourself ... by the sound of it you have much to contribute to this wonderful community.

Enjoy it, and don't hesitate to ask if you need any help finding your way around.



posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 11:44 PM
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So why am I posting here?


It is my wish to engage in intelligent discussion with others who are also intelligent and well-versed in what is going on in our crazy world. I find it useful to engage in intelligent discussion with other intelligent people, because such discussion can help one find holes in one's perception(s) about aspects of realities as we know them, thus one could make small adjustments in their own perceptions of our collective or personal realities.


I just turned 50 and, quite frankly, I'm not impressed with humans, overall. I've been on Earth for a long, long time -- ever since Lemuria; I have had numerous incarnations in Atlantis (mostly in the priest class) and incarnations throughout time and on all the continents, in all the races and both sexes. Overall, I am just not impressed with the current human condition in which I find myself.


Fortunately, we are about to have a collective initiation, a collective awakening in 2012 and the Golden Age that some of us will experience will be just that -- a true Golden Age that has been long prophesied by all religions of the world, all major cultures of the world. I know that there are many, many opinions of this coming year of 2012, so you certainly would construe my thoughts about 2012 as my opinions and the are so; however, I base my opinions of the seminal year of 2012 on scientific information that have been gleaned from the Black-Op projects; from anecdotal reports that have been shared by many former members of the Black-Op communities; from high-quality esoteric sources, like the Law of One books and from the information that comes from someone who once was Edgar Cayce in his previous lifetime.


So my perception of the 2012 event year is based on the best-available sources of information about that year, as I like to have the best-possible understanding/perception of any event, especially one that is as big as the rapidly-approaching 2012 event.


So, as we collectively move towards that seminal event, I am doing editorial work for two websites, the urls of which I may eventually share, per the Mod's allowance, but they both are outstanding websites and I handle the editorial work of the transcripts that come out of the videos and audios that those two websites generate; I also do the coordinating for the transcript team that do such excellent work in their efforts to transcribe valuable works and information that come from sources that are deep in their knowledge in their respective fields of endeavor.


So some of the people, whose interviews that I've edited (I'm not the only editor, nor the only coordinator on this team; it's a team effort and, sometimes, I have not been available to do this valuable work, so others have stepped into my position to carry out the valuable work -- it's all volunteer, labor-of-love work) are, like, George Green, Pete Peterson, John Lear, David Wilcock, Dr. Brian O'Leary, David Icke and so on. Many people, most of whom are very knowledgeable, very talented and very perceptive about the hidden knowledge of what is really going on with our crazy world, have given us very valuable information.


I am grateful to be the editor / team coordinator for the two websites, for which I do this labor-of-love work. I get to have transcripts within two weeks of the initial posts of the vids / audios, so the information that I'm always so hungry for usually comes to my desk pretty quickly and this is a perk of this work that I greatly enjoy. I also enjoy the challenge of editing work, of which the words cannot be changed, as they are spoken words, so I cannot take creative license to it and shape it with my own words -- I have to work with what is there, yet to make it readable, understandable to the reader with full accuracy of what had actually been said.


So, through those websites -- and websites like ATS -- much-needed information is coming out. TRUTH! It sets you free, yes, but it'll piss you off first!


~Seth



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 12:00 AM
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Originally posted by schrodingers dog

Enjoy it, and don't hesitate to ask if you need any help finding your way around.




Thank you, Shrodingers Dog,


Yes, like a new university campus, I DO need help in finding my way around!


The first thing that I always want to know is: where's the ladies bathrooms? I just like to hear their screams when I emerge from a stall after using their facilities. ;-P Especially when I dress in drag with my close-cropped beard on my face. It's safe to say that I look hideous in drag. :icon('
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And I checked out your username and I see that you were born on Sept 4, so, happy b-day, man! And, guess what ... I was also born on Sept 4, man! I shiat you not! I find that life is full of "coincidences" and synchronicities, so this one made me laugh. I was born in '59, so I just turned 50, but, no, I did not have a big-assed party -- I spent some of my day doing my labor-of-love editorial work and the rest of it in a casino, wasting my time and getting free drinks. I'm up at Lake Tahoe having a great time up here, but I'm alone most of the time, as I know very, very few people up here.


I do a lot of hiking around up here, as I'm here to escape the California heat and to lose weight, of which I'm shedding at a pound-a-day rate, so that's good.

[edit on 10-9-2009 by Historical-Mozart]



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 12:06 AM
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Originally posted by Historical-Mozart

The first thing that I always want to know is: where's the ladies bathrooms?


That's an excellent question.



I just like to hear their screams when I emerge from a stall after using their facilities. ;-P Especially when I dress in drag with my close-cropped beard on my face. It's safe to say that I look hideous in drag. :icon('
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It's like looking in the mirror.


You my new friend are going to do great around these parts.



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 12:38 AM
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Originally posted by Historical-Mozart
The first thing that I always want to know is: where's the ladies bathrooms?


Just follow S-dog around or move towards the large number of women fleeing the general vicinity

Welcome to ATS



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 12:54 AM
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Hallo Historical-Mozart,

A Norwegian in exile here. Check out BTS and media.abovetopsecret.com (MATS) too. Login in with your ats username and password.



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 12:58 AM
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Originally posted by OzWeatherman

Originally posted by Historical-Mozart
The first thing that I always want to know is: where's the ladies bathrooms?


Just follow S-dog around or move towards the large number of women fleeing the general vicinity

Welcome to ATS



With Ozweatherman funneling the sreaming girls into his evil lair.

I could tell you where the ladies loo is, but the que is too long to get in, so I usually just duck into the disabled private stall anyway.

Welcome to the mad house.



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 01:02 AM
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Greetings, Hellmutt,


Thank you for your welcome and for the urls to the mirror sites of ATS.


I am kinda bugged by the dash that I have put in my handle, "Historical-Mozart" and I think that I'd like to have it instead read: " HistoricalMozart" -- so, how do I do that? I don't see a way to do it in my "edit profile" link.


~Seth



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 01:10 AM
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Originally posted by zazzafrazz

I could tell you where the ladies loo is, but the que is too long to get in, so I usually just duck into the disabled private stall anyway.

Welcome to the mad house.




Thank you for the welcome, zazzafrazz.


Now, regarding the long-assed lines for the ladies' loos, I have never understood why engineers and architects never install at least twice the stalls in the ladies' loos, compared to the mens' loos. Why do they patently ignore the fact that ladies don't have a convenient urine-dispensing hose like men do, thus they require stalls in lieu of the urinals that men have, so the need for stalls in ladies' loos is at least twice of that of men and, yet, engineers ignore that -- why?


We need more ladies as engineers, me thinks.



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 03:03 AM
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Unfortunately, there's no way to change the username.



posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 05:58 PM
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Hello and wellcome to ats!



posted on Sep, 11 2009 @ 04:59 PM
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Welcome to ATS. Mozart and Händel, my very favourites of opera
So beautiful it could make one cry instantly



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