originally posted by: abe froman
originally posted by: nonjudgementalist
a reply to: rajas
Okay genius spill the beans
#1 Censored miracles. - Trompe. Ancient technology that creates compressed air. It was suppressed by the Catholic Church in Europe who used it to
create miracles, like spontaneously opening heavy cathedral doors.
Later in the USA, in te early 20th century, comoressed air companies were bought out and shut down. All books in the subject were borrowed from every
library and university and never returned. Probably the oil industry had a hand in it, but who knows? Freaks me out.
#2 A bowl of dust.
Nestle stealing ground water from Ontario and bottling it. They are also conducting research into the future of fresh water as a commodity rater than
a basic human right. Recently NASA has completed complex satellite scans of the Earth and sold the data to private interests. The data included things
like precipitation patterns and moisture content of soils. Again freak me out what they could do with this, and what the future holds.
#3 Life is sweet. This one a close member of my family kept bringing up and seemed obsessed by. At first I just thought he's jealous because he's old
and his old taste buds probably can't handle it. But the more attention I payed to the content of supermarket shelves and the percentage of those
products that contain sugar and in very high quantities, the more i realized there was some truth to what he was saying. He also mentioned that sugar
changes peoples behaviour like a drug, and when you consider how much of our food contains sugar, it makes you wonder whether this is not a conspiracy
to modify human behaviour through our food. Life is sweet?
#4 Gas lamp by night. .... Member of the alternative traveller community scene by night, police informant by day. (Gas lamps were popular in
#5 Living the high life? Science shows marijuana slows the brain and reduces motivation after prolonged use.
The amount of cannabis through UK towns and cities when I was growing up was unprecedented. I just wonder if flooding communities and subcultures in
particular with a drug that makes people dull and stupid was not another means of mass control.
#6 Microhard. Do we really know what in our machine code? Who remembers the NSA revelation about hard drives? Some mass marketed drives had machine
code that could take control of your hard drive, crate partitions, write and delete data, install software etc undetected. What else is in the coding
of our every day devices and software?
#7 The distasteful food conspiracy. Basically the same as the life is sweet conspiracy but a bit different. When you look at the ingredients of many
supermarket products you notice certain ingredients especially mid to low budget items appear in 40-50% of items you pick randomly off the shelves.
This conspiracy is basically my own but feeling that says the food we eat is garbage and tastes like garbage compared to naturally produced or home
made food. However most people only eat the ready made products. Its also more satisfying and healthier. I went on a diet that never ended where I
only ate whole natural ingredients. To experiment after a few months I ate ready made food. Filled with opinion powder, garlic chemicals acidity
regulators, sugar and all kinds of crap. The taste was sharp, and tangy and worst of all water didn't wash it down. It stayed in my mouth. But I
persevered and ate the whole thing. I didn't feel satisfied at all, it left me wanting more, but not in a goodway, because it was like addictive
poison. And the majority irresponsible this everyday.
#8 Children's Television. I actually noticed this when I was really young. The messages and indoctrination in children's television is simply
shocking. Why is this allowed to happen? It's irresponsible.
#9 Blue finger prints on the ground. The blue prints in many towns and cities need to be looked at and looked at again. I see no sense in creating
harsh environments that humans beings must inhabit everyday. That's not to say concrete jungle are not sometimes beautiful. But they they are often
ugly and sometimes scary. We could really improve peoples lives if towns and cities had makeovers. But something tells me this hasn't happened for a
reason. Maybe it serves some kind of purpose or agenda. Idk.
#10 There will be blood. A reference to the film about the oil boom in the USA. And how the oil industry seems to control so much of political ad
economic life today. And the fact that large oil companies were allowed to move in so swiftly into Iraq after the 2003 invasion. Makes you wonder
who's really pulling the strings on the world stage? Politicians or Oligarchs? Big questions.
#11 Parts and parcels. The fact that landownership in many parts of the west always seems to be concentrated in the hands of the wealthy. The the UK
for example something like less than 1% of the people own 90% of the land.
#12 The lion king. The fact that you see so many asiaric lions on coats of arms makes me wonder what that is really about? The old school always seem
to have their claws sunk out. Power corrupts. Sometimes it seems the wealthiest bloodlines are so desperate to hold on to the reigns of power that it
makes them animalistic. One wonders if our leaders have any human DNA left. We know they seem to lack humanity thatsfor sure.
#13 Shadow puppets. Sometimes I look at architectural forms and design products and wonder get some animal / or human gesture or impression of some
kind coming through. Like whoever made the design wanted its presence in society to have a particular sublimal impact. And I wonder what those are
when I see these forms, and why.
#14 Edumakation. Is there any value left in modern education? Are we teaching students how to think with open minds of simply regurgitate assumed
facts and opinions in order to pass exams?
#15 Junk Science How much science is really conducted that these days that isn't funded by vested interests? How much of it is valid? Look at the
recent psychological repeatability assessment. The results were outrageous.
#16 Doctor Whom Doctored history. How much do we really know about our nation's recent history and the history of other nations around the world?
Seems like someone has been going back in time with and airbrushing out all the embarassing facts and info that paints the west in a bad light from
our history textbooks. Talk to immigrants. The things they can tell you about your own countries history is amazing.
#17 Pop idol. The saturation of media idols and repetitive music from an industry that feeds of peoples desires and emotions is a sick behind belief.
It wouldn't be so bad if popular music was both intelligent and entertaining, but sadly it isn't.
#18 Unhinged Youth :cheersx10) It seems young people have a thing about drowning themselves in poison after a certain age. Where are their role
models? Where are the heroes with a conscience?
#19 Phat fhingers A term from the world of finance. If you don't know how corrupt the financial industry... Youre allright because no one does. That's
how bad it is.