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Russell Brand exposes the Truth - everything is Energy, Frequency, Vibration, Consciousness

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posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 08:35 AM
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purplemer
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A good interview with paxman as to why he does not vote..




I saw it, yes

I guess because its an agenda I've seen over and over again, pumped and promoted so many different ways (news .lines, now social sites etc. etc.) and this is a site slanted to question things, albeit the man speaks with almost photographic-memory intellectualism with belief, charm and passion... I know he's not claiming to have the answers, but I think we all know unless 100% of the voting population stops voting, these tactics will be used again to slant electoral victories to keep us in the mess we're in now.
Otherwise, its good to see he'll cause more to question.
to the thread.




posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 08:42 AM
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Thank you, WhiteAlice for providing the info and links of a good portion of the agenda of which I referred to:

WhiteAlice
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These ideas that Russell is proposing are nothing new. They are, in fact, old, dating from the 60's-70's and emanating from a variety of sources from a mass production/homogenized method from Erhard Seminars Training (EST) to Esalen.

The claim is that this is the secret that the elites don't want you to know. On the contrary, it's been in our schools. Check out page 25 or skim through it all: www.esalen.org...

Where I disagree is that this is somehow a socialist endeavor. Hardly. From page 9 on the above linked document:


1989: hosted Boris Yeltsin on his first trip to the United States. Esalen arranged meetings for Mr. Yeltsin with President Bush, former President Reagan, and many leaders in business and government. According to Yeltsin's biographers Leon Ahrens and Timothy Colton , this trip catalyzed his turn from Communism and his decision to quit the party, which in turn led to his central role in the end of formal Communist rule and the dissolution of the Soviet Union.


Esalen hosted Boris Yeltsin and even Yeltsin credits the trip as being the impetus to leave Communism behind. Now socialism is not communism but we're talking about an entity who hooked him up with the very much capitalistic Bush, Sr. and Reagan...Who really benefits from apathetic individualism? Governments and business, especially in times of turmoil.

understand the feeling of helplessness when faced with the world's troubles and voila, you have an idea which basically tells people that they can change the world through inward reflection, thought (depending on how extreme you go), or changing yourself. How very empowering but last I checked, activism and participation is what actually changes the world.

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posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 10:15 AM
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UNIT76
..maybe you can tell us exactly why this tibetan buddhist monk is using a human skull in this ritual?


Wow, so they do! This is a sect of Buddhism called Vajrayana, the most common form in Tibet. They definitely are quite shamanistic aren't they! I'm apart of the Triratna order (literally means three jewels), we show our respect to the Buddha, The Dharma (his teaching) and The Sangha (those who have attained enlightenment or who are on the path to enlightenment) and the only ritual we do is what we call the 'Salute' to the Buddha before meditation practices, this is simply a chant saying homage to the Buddha and his teachings. (There are others we do but not on a regular basis, only special occasions)


Also 2011 RB was still part of 'The charade' (his words), it has only been this year that he's been more open minded about the world.

are we talking about the same guy here?
the guy who once climbed naked on top of a parked van at a protest?
the guy who'd like to "ride of a wave of sperm with his audience members" in a celebration of love and unity?
the guy who has all the (new-age) eastern religion paraphenalia in the background of his shows?
he's been "open-minded about the world" for some time now, don't you think?


This was at a time when he was still heavily on drugs, he's had a shady life and always been an eccentric! Also does a love for eastern religious symbolism deserve scrutiny? It seems anyone who doesn't sit in silence, have a clam manner and a shaved . is not allowed to have eastern religious symbols. I have kind of mad hair, a low cut top and some converse on, do I not deserve my symbol of the Dharma wheel??



the way 'open-minded' is being applied to Russel here,
is analogous to the open-mindedness and diversity of the new-age movement.
(it's difficult to stand for a particular issue when the majority have already been influenced, don't you agree?)

this is what people like Russel Brand are used for, (i think i already refered to it as the thin end of the wedge in a previous post) he's going to be a toned-down version of david icke, people will "FOLLOW" him (as one member inadvertantly stated) ..perhaps on TWITTER? (even the linguistics show where this is all meant to lead to..)


Well as soon as he starts talking about reptilian aliens that are invading our brains I'll 100% agree with you that he's a nut! However the subjects he talks about in these videos are things I have come to realise through meditation, take what you want from that but I consider myself a logical man, the reason I converted to Buddhism is because it seemed so illogical that these 'epiphanies' (for a better use of a word) came from simply diverting my attention inwards. It's nice to hear someone on a stage vocalise these ideas, regardless of if he is a bit nutty.



uhh, sure..
even jesus says "the doctor must be where the sick are"
(i'm just believing you at your word, that you don't actually run around with this stealing person, taking old ladies garden gnomes at 4am in an ice-induced frenzy)
/shrug


Of course I don't, perhaps when I was a teenager but I like to think I've wised up a little since then! My point was that just because he's friends with someone who has questionable views, does not take away credibility to his own. I also have a couple of racists friends as well (especially towards Muslims), does that make me one too? Just because they are my friends, does not mean I have to share their views.



well.. that's probably because every few decades this false-spirituality tries to reveal itself again in some 'new' form.. you even use the word 'fad' to describe this..
/shrug


Yes and it would be silly to deny there are those who want to 'jump on the band wagon', that behaviour again is everywhere in our society. It still does not make RB's views something to be shrugged off, in fact if the latest 'fad' is to spread messages of peace and unity then why stop it?? There may be posers to being with but the reality of it will come out as it gets talked about more.



i don't know your views on christians? you must at least be credible if you know what a 'proper christian' is? (just teasing)
..you mean that "do unto others" thing"?


I meant in the terms of people who do not use their faith to spread hatred and violence, as many do.



..something that actually stands for something was necessary to get the point across


What do you believe he stands for?



i'm sure as a buddhist you're a really nice person,
but i think this would make you someone who probably would be receptive to someone like russel brand
and i think you and Russel are unaware of some of the activities of . office..


I try to do only good to others (usually easier said than done), I don't pretend to be devout, I still drink on occasion and I certainly don't abide by the 'right speech' of the eightfold path on this website


It only makes me more receptive because he actually vocalises things that, in Buddhism, we have tried to get across are more important than material and emotional attachments. There is a deeper side to the world we live in and RB is the only person vocalising this on the MSM. Perhaps he isn't sincere, perhaps what his . office does is questionable, the reason I am happy he is about is because he's the only person the public is exposed to who actually has something of true importance to say.

Metta ~
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posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 10:42 AM
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Wow....I agree with a lot of what he says...but he talks way too fast for me. Maybe if he ate eggs before the speeches or maybe if I hadn't had eggs for brunch, I could keep up with his talking better. He needs to lower his frequency of vibration a bit so people can completely absorb what he says.

He is able to talk fast and his content is good and, but he needs to slow down a bit.

This guy does not need to be drinking coffee.



posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 09:51 AM
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Brand is just saying what he's been told to say. It's all purely to plant the seed of socialism in the minds of those who can't think for themselves.

In the immortal words from the Life of Brian -
Brian: Look, you've got it all wrong! You don't NEED to follow ME, You don't NEED to follow ANYBODY! You've got to think for your selves! You're ALL individuals!
The Crowd: Yes! We're all individuals!



posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 09:56 AM
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Haha good example, I love that movie, however I've been listening to him recently because he's voicing my own opinions.

There is a difference to liking someone and converting your views to theirs and liking someone because they share the same views as you.

You can't assume that EVERYONE is singing his praises because of the former.



posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 10:24 AM
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The media is completely controlled, to even think that there is no agenda behind this is totally naive.



posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 10:34 AM
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True, there is no way to know for sure, but the media haven't exactly been on his side (except obviously the guardian but they're on the governments s**t list at the moment).

As I've stated earlier though, it doesn't matter if he's not sincere, if he's doing it for fame, to quell the people opposing the government etc etc, he has a good message and people should take it for face value, even if you don't trust the man.



posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 11:05 AM
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I don't trust the media, the man or the message. Sounds too much like the Borg to me, and resistance is not futile.



posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 11:51 AM
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Well then that's okay, everyone is allowed their opinions on people.

However it's not wise to assume that everyone who doesn't agree with you is a sheep, that's just contradictory. Do you think that kind of thinking makes you any better than the MSM?

I believe he actually has something of substance to say and it sure beats hearing about divorces, diets and other peoples sex lives.



posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 12:35 PM
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Beliefs are generally limiting, I try to avoid them also
And no I don't think I'm better than anyone. All I'm seeing a lot of though is blatant "Russell Brand is soooo amazing" crapola, when he's just spouting socialist nonsense and more celebrity worship. You may think you don't have any freedoms now, you won't have any under a socialist system.



posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 01:05 PM
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I'm inclined to agree with you about the RB idol worshipping, however the things he talks about in this video is refreshing compared to what we're usually spoon fed.

I think Socialism and Capitalism both have major flaws, we need something completely different. Which is kind of what he's hinting at.

I'm far more interested in his talks about the mind and human behaviour, that is the stuff of substance I completely agree with.



posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 08:02 PM
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No "ism" can function in the current society, as morals are missing; and rules are arbitrary.

A society that is based on me-first and greed-always is bound to fail, no matter what the ideology.

Some smart people of the world need to sit together and discuss what has worked and is likely to work for a multi-ethnic multi-racial world. We need harmony between peoples and universal rules.

We need a world society that rises above nationality.

We need rules where the fruits of labor are similar all over the world. Where guilty can be punished no matter where they run.



posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 08:08 PM
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'Veda' tells that God and soul are different entities. The 'prakriti' or matter is the third non-alive entity.

Soul is not a part or division of God. The soul has different qualities from God, though soul can acquire godly qualities by effort (some, not all).

The 'prakriti' or matter is what we see all around us. However visible matter has taken shape and form due to God's powers that act on matter. It is God's powers that transform super-dense cold matter to stars, planets etc.; and makes these worlds livable for souls.



posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 10:34 AM
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GargIndia
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No "ism" can function in the current society, as morals are missing; and rules are arbitrary.

A society that is based on me-first and greed-always is bound to fail, no matter what the ideology.

Some smart people of the world need to sit together and discuss what has worked and is likely to work for a multi-ethnic multi-racial world. We need harmony between peoples and universal rules.

We need a world society that rises above nationality.

We need rules where the fruits of labor are similar all over the world. Where guilty can be punished no matter where they run.



The problem with this? A global leader has a HUMONGOUS potential for tyranny and oppression, you would have to have someone who is almost incorruptible to rule... That will be as much of a hard task as convincing the world to join under one banner.



posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 08:45 PM
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Universal rules does not mean a single leader.

UN was formed after second world war, but UN's charter has been undermined by very same countries who created the UN.

The biggest joke are permanent members of security council who are there because they are "nuclear" powers.

The problem with modern world is not a lack of ideas, but grave corruption where no rules are followed properly.



posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 08:51 PM
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When we talk of vibration - we need to understand what vibrates?

It is matter that vibrates (very small particles of matter - like atoms) when excited by input of energy.

Energy is NOT inherent to matter. The original state of matter is found in 'black holes', the superdense super-cold masses.

When God's power acts on this "dark" super-dense matter, lighter matter is created that forms the visible world.

The gravity (or tendency to clump together) is a property of matter. This happens when universe is destroyed. God withdraws His power (energy) from the Universe and all matter collapses back into a point mass.

It is energy that causes creation and expansion of Universe.



posted on Jan, 16 2014 @ 04:15 PM
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i read all that..
and..
it's obvious we're coming from two very different places here
/takes off fake spectacles & mustache

hmm.. i suppose this gem explains everything..

There is a deeper side to the world we live in and RB is the only person vocalising this on the MSM. Perhaps he isn't sincere, perhaps what his . office does is questionable, the reason I am happy he is about is because he's the only person the public is exposed to who actually has something of true importance to say.

look, this might come as a bit of a shock to you
but he's NOT the only *person* to ever address this on the MSM
or the only *person* the public has exposure to..




posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 05:30 AM
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Well he's the only person who's been talked about enough for me to hear him!

Anyway, you are more than entitled to your own opinion, I personally look forward to what is going to come of all this.



posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 07:35 AM
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I'll be honest, I didn't like Russell Brand when he first appeared on our screens. However, now he's woken up to the system, the lies and in many respects the truth, I have to say I'm impressed. Even to the point where I now follow him on twitter.

Some videos you good people of ATS might like to watch if you're new to Mr Brand are;

www.youtube.com...

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I just hope that he can help wake up some of the youth that have followed him for so long and that they don't turn on him.

Peace...



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