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now the question I ask you is this: did they levitate the pentagon? did they make all the world think they did, or was it film trickery.
Today is the 45th anniversary of the exorcism and levitation of the Pentagon. It’s an anniversary worth mentioning for the sheer joy and uniqueness of the event itself, and also for its historic and seminal merging of a creative “happening” with political intent, the engagement of ritual towards political ends and the blatant usurpation of corporate media techniques in service of a movement. The action’s absurdism extended even to the process of securing a permit beforehand; the authorities finally agreed to allow the Pentagon to be elevated three feet in the air, down from the 300 feet that organizers had initially requested — but three feet is not nothing when you’re talking about the largest office building in the world!
I'm not sure why there's so much hate against the guy when it's something that anyone can do if they spent a few minutes learning about it and then another few minutes trying it out. Is the US really the only country in the world that still fears psychokinesis?
Proof can never be given to a skeptic, the skeptic must experience it for themselves to understand. Even if they manage to recreate what was supposed to happen, they will likely quickly dismiss it as an outside force even if it's more impossible for that occurrence to happen. Those that cannot open their mind to the possibility will never be able to improve themselves.