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Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 10:14am
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Intelligence vs. Belief - Sadhguru

Intelligence vs. Belief | Sadhguru

Religions are fundamentally "Belief Systems" - Sadhguru

Religions are fundamentally "Belief Systems" - Sadhguru
Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 10:27am
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Some very interesting points

Some very interesting points Ag1969. Obviously, I agree with alot of it. Sort of echo's some of the things I said. The only thing that is different is his reference to the Christ Consciousness. There is a Buddha Consciousness, a Hindu Consciousness, Atheists and Agnostics all have a collective consciousness, monkey's, snakes and snails all have their own consciousness. Which in someway strangely ties into the next article although it might not be obvious. 

Jeremiah, This ones for you. From Farrell the Concern About Cern.

 https://gizadeathstar.com/2015/09/the-concern-about-cern/

So what does CERN and States of Consciousness have anything to do with each other? 

The assertion is that CERN is poking holes in the magnetic field of the Earth. Maybe. And I believe that's Jeremiah's thesis too. I have no problem with the idea science is doing it because they been messing with the layers of the earth for a loooong time. You'll find writings back to the 60's on the subject and the implications. Between explosion of Atomic weapons, HAARP and whatever else they got going, it's not a good thing for many reasons, the least of which is the makings of the next Ghost Busters Sequel. That's a problem for people despite what science does.

What is less known is that the layers of the atmosphere correlate with different dimensions. 

For yonks, people, spiritual teachings even fictional books have tried to paint a cosmology that refers to different dimensions. " In my house there are many mansions" He ain't referring to well manicured estates with servants quarters. 

Dante came up with some version of what "hell" was like. 

It's up to you to decide how much of this is a product of a vivid imagination or if some of it represents any type of reality based on your spiritual believes. He may have tapped into something and produced something that reflects his state of consciousness. But it's not hard to see the similarity between a map of the layers of the atmosphere and this drawing. 

Well of course, more esoteric teachings go well beyond this dualistic concept of heaven and hell as taken from the Bible. A reality more complex. 

You'll find many, but here is one. Again, the details not important (unless it is) as the striking resemblance to the picture of the atmosphere.

Now if you believe any of this and not yawning, the problem area according, if Jeremiah is correct, would be that little pink band in the bottom chart. Essentially each band represents a state of consciousness although it could be divided into many sublayers

Back to Farrells article.

The entire thrust of Farrells article based on the link he provided is that this phenomena of Red Hue is not a result of solar flares although solar activity last week during the Chilean EQ was pretty sizeable but due to these dimensional fractures. 

Don't see anything unusual myself but stuff happens.

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On Sept. 27th, the Harvest Moon will pass through the shadow of Earth, turning the lunar disk a lovely shade of celestial red. Catch it live on the Internet, courtesy of the Coca-Cola Space Science Center in Columbus, Georgia.

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 12:19pm
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AG 1969

Those videos of Sadhguru were excellent, it actually helped me understand the divisiveness of ideologies in a way I had not considered.

​I read all of that Mars stuff last night, and followed it up late last night with archaeological evidence that shows modern human activity that dates back 50 million years. Interesting stuff.

Haven't heard this theory yet, what if human origins where on earth, and an ancient psychopathic breakaway civilization went to Mars, blew it up, after screwing up life here, and then had to come back, and then as the opportunity presented itself, passed themselves off as gods?

History just keeps getting erased, even ISIS is destroying archaeological evidence everywhere it goes. It seems to be one of their primary missions. The first thing to get destroyed when America invaded Iraq, was the museum. It seems they have a vested interest in destroying antiquities, so people do not realize that these patterns have been repeating themselves for millions of years.

Upon considering all of the evidence presented by Geoengineering Watch, I'm going to have to concur with your opinion that the elite no longer consider a viable ecosystem on earth a requirement for their plan.

In fact to the contrary, I would consider it highly likely that they believe they are technologically advanced enough to destroy the earth, and move on.

There may in fact be no imminent collapse, I would think they can just print to infinity, and play it out like boiling frogs.

They may even be past the point of no return already.

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."
Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 2:32pm
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Silver shortage getting worse...

Last week, I checked with my on-line dealer for larger volume (100 oz min. for silver) purchases.

Here's what he had:

1 oz rounds 90 day wait

10 oz bars 90 day wait

1 0z Philharmonics no wait

1 oz bars 60 days wait

ASEs 55 day wait

100 oz bars 35 day wait

Today:

ASEs 55 day wait

100 oz bars 45 day wait

1 oz Philharmonics 30 day wait

He's not taking orders for any other silver products. Hasn't had junk silver for months. No Maples available, not even rounds.

This looks like more than just a retail situation.

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 3:26pm
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TURD!! ITS OFFICIAL!!!

Its official, I am a registered candidate for the Libertarian Party and before the FEC of the US Government. If I get the LP nomination, the White House is Captured, and with that, restoration of Americana Greatness.

https://2016.libertarian-party.org/
https://www.lp.org/candidates/presidential-candidates-16/
https://www.fec.gov/press/resources/2016presidential_form2nm.shtml
https://www.totalitariandemocracy.com/

I know its all a mess Turd, but I know how to fix it all fast.

Wrote Putin today asking to give a foreign policy speech before the Duma. :o

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 3:47pm
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Many People Are Stuck In Bullshit Jobs They Hate

Joe Rogan - Jobs
Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 4:00pm
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Placebos halogens and little fix

Dying to be me! Anita Moorjani at TEDxBayArea

Rinse, repeat, repeat, repeat. ALL you need to know is right here.

Stay well peeps.

Bugzy

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 4:13pm (Reply to #388)
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@ag1969 and jobs.

There are many moving parts to the current job mess. I know that the unemployment rate is one of the biggest cooked books in America. The middle class has been destroyed by moving the good paying jobs across all borders and we are left with college grads flipping ham and eggs.

The young people have changed greatly after the WW2 era. We would do anything to just find a temp job to buy our basic needs. We were taught "how" to work from our youth and our parents worked their entire lives. Today, the youth are sheltered in front of their video games and their I-pads. They are sent off to college to study and party for four plus years and kept out of the empty work force. They then become slaves to debt. 

We could use thousands of workers in the construction industry. We need framers, concrete finishers, plumbers, electricians, roofers, siding crews, and even small companies who do the dirt work/drainage. Where will we find them? 

Typical story from last week: My son, hands on builder/real estate agent, sold another builders spec home. The other builder, call him Jake, cannot find any workers to help finish his many homes under construction. The house that my son sold for Jake did not have the tile floors installed. The large tile/carpet company that Jake uses said they could not find any installers to do Jake's job. The buyers want to move in. What could we do? We install our own floors for our own buildings but do not work for other companies. My son came to my home, packed up all the tile equipment and worked until the job was completed. 

We have a mess out here in the NW. There actually are many jobs but the people do not want to work nor do they have the skills to work with their hands. I have been talking to several other builder who are frustrated. Homes to build, no workers. 

So ag1969, how do we recover the work habits of the 1950's, get the youth off of their many screens, open trade schools, and the feeling within of wanting to do a good job for our employers?

NW VIEW >>>1 Cor. 1:18
Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 4:18pm
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TURD!! Do a podcast!

Turd,

now that I am THE ONLY official presidential candidate

that can fix ALL THE PROBLEMS you complain of,

I offer to do a podcast for TFMR.

Time to stop the habitual complaining and do something about it!

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 4:31pm
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Peru Ritual

Can't remember who from TF went done to try this but saw this article today

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3244106/Backpacker-24-dies-Peru...

Silver66

Silver66 Rage against the dying of the light

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 5:10pm
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Well Jim

So ag1969, how do we recover the work habits of the 1950's, get the youth off of their many screens, open trade schools, and the feeling within of wanting to do a good job for our employers?

I certainly don't profess to have all of the answers to your question, nor do I see the problem you describe in my area of the country, nor do I believe that all of the problems you describe would be solved if we magically "recover the work habits of the 1950's.

It just so happens that I work in the construction industry, and there are plenty of people willing to work in New England. The problem here is that homeowners don't have any money because of the parasitic government and Wall St and The Fed sucking all of the wealth out of our economy for their fascist bullshit.

As an example, I will never employ anyone again. The government has declared war on job creators with Obamacare, regulations, and a bunch of red tape and theft that contributes absolutely nothing to a construction project. If I were stupid enough to employ someone, I would have more applications than I would know what to do with. 

I used to do between three and four million dollars a year in home improvement with 19 employees. Now I am content to do small projects by myself and not deal with all of the theft by politicians and bankers who have never produced a damn thing in their lives.

Why the 1950's? Why not the 1850's or the 1750's or the 1980's or 1990's? I worked my ass off in 2006, and so did the 19 people I employed, most of them young, and they all had cell phones and computers, but they worked hard. The problem is that I can no longer afford to employ anyone.

My gut is telling me that if you can't find anyone to do flooring, you are probably not paying enough to motivate anyone to work. I will also tell you that I have always hated working for builders. My experience has been that they beat the hell out of me on margin, they whine and bitch about how they can't afford my price, and when I have been dumb enough to work for them, they have always, 100% of the time, strung me out 60 to 90 days longer than they agreed to pay me. Maybe this is the problem in your area? I don't know, but I can tell you that workers like to get paid when the contract says they will get paid. When I had my business running, rule #1 was no work for builders unless they paid me up front, and make sure the check clears first!

I am not at all insinuating that this is how you operate Jim. It has just been my experience over 26 years doing home improvement in New England.

Abolish the income tax, the fed, the IRS...........

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 5:28pm (Reply to #393)
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Back at you AG1969

Our areas are different in some way and the same in most. I have been building for about 30 years and we keep our checkbook on the jobsite, pay on completion, the same day. The workers love it. However, that is not the industry standard. We have never had an employee and will not , ever! The governing building departments have sucked all the profit out of the houses. A permit for a single family residence in the city is over $34,000 and the regulations for building are just horrible.

Prices here: Framing = $3.50 to $12/ sq. ft., concrete finishing $1.30 to $2+ per sq. ft. for labor only, roofing; $35+ per square for comp and up for anything steep, etc.

We poured our own slabs and porches a few weeks ago and saved $11,000 in labor costs in about a week. If one cannot live on $2000/day, it may be time to head for those beaches. 

Jim

NW VIEW >>>1 Cor. 1:18
Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 6:34pm
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LOL Jim!

$2000/day sounds about right. After the government, insurance companies, and the banksters steal 75% you can still afford your rent and three good organic meals. Maybe a cup of that coffee you guys are famous for. And of course Turd gets his 33 measley cents. Cheers!

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 7:37pm
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AG and Jim,

My observations are far closer to AG. But most of the tradesmen are retired now, or have gone out on disability. There's plenty of unskilled Guatemalans, but even they are having a hard time finding employment now. I'm seeing men well into their 70s towing their lawnmower around, cutting grass for a living, but a lot of yards are now overgrown.

The fact that the criminals are rampantly stealing from the economy, and actively trying to shut down any business that doesn't pay a substantial protection fee, (permits and licenses), and then steal a large percentage of any profit that still manages to be made, running a business here is not a viable option.

Then there is the moral issue, from my perspective, paying a criminal system for the right to conduct business is literally aiding and abetting a terrorist organization. I will have no part of that.

There's still plenty of work to keep an honest hard-working artisan busy, and people will still pay for quality. Unfortunately, my best customers either die or move away fairly regularly. So, I do occasionally accept referrals.

Advertising services where I live is a death sentence. You will be shut down in a matter of hours.

The Crony Capitalism Of Hillary Clinton

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 09/22/2015 - 17:40

The economics of Hillary Clinton is first and foremost about expanding the power and scope of the US government, and as government gains more control, the more employers and business owners need to be in the good graces of American politicians. To be blunt, Clinton believes that people like herself can continually loot US businesses, with business owners paying their protection money without complain. After all, Hillary knows best; just ask her.

GO GALT !!!

I know this is wildly off-topic, but I just watched something on YouTube called "The Funniest Fight Ever"

If you think in terms of "David and Goliath", you're definitely on the right track:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=43&v=8amLdrMTEJE

It's only six minutes, and in the beginning, the commentators are the funniest, but I couldn't stop laughing at the end.smiley

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."
Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 7:42pm
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@ GL

Thanks for the link, and the heads up, here is a good analysis of what is going on with CERN imo, and the Chilean quake, you can find it for yourself on the net, even their own site if one is so inclined.

 In truth, they have no idea what they are doing….. yet again perhaps, they do. I hope it’s the former.

8.3 QUAKE EXACTLY AS CERN REACHES RECORD

https://youtu.be/E_S6ko7CBto

“Dante came up with some version of what "hell" was like.”

Very familiar with Dante; and the seven ‘deadly’s……..

They are not so much ‘sins’ as ……… attitudes.

The pit is much, much worse than even Dante imagined… hell.

It was not meant for us, just the bad guys right?

Anyone want out?

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 8:06pm
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Hey Maggie, this one is for you

You will know why when you see it. Cheers!

https://tinyurl.com/or55wqz

Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 9:28pm
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Pure Evil...

Guest Post: Is The Pope's Dream Our Totalitarian Nightmare?

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 09/22/2015 - 20:00

Some high-profile commentators think they smell a Marxist clothed in white papal robes, who dreams of redistributing the world's wealth. Pope Francis insists that he has little interest in Marxism and that his political advocacy against materialism, capitalism, greed and idolatry are largely religious in nature but with the UN poised to strong-arm member nations to sign on to an impossible globalist agenda that will require a total shift of the world's wealth, and a restructuring of international politics and economics with a one-world government and a universal religion at the steering wheel. Even to the Pope's admirers, that sounds a less like peace and love and more like a utopian totalitarian nightmare.

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."
Tue, Sep 22, 2015 - 10:05pm
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Well Jeremiah, It looks this

Well Jeremiah, 

It looks this CERN thing has gone viral. If you haven't heard about it, then you're probably not reading too many alternative news sites. The conspiracy forums, Farrells readers are all feeding him articles, the astrologists are talking about it, the wayyy out physics forums are talking about it. And in the end, as you said, nobody really knows. Even some guy did a video on what was happening with google maps when you typed September 23rd. Apparantly, two locations came up CERN and an amusement park End of The world. The End of the World park came up but not CERN when I tried it. Apparently, nobody else is getting it now either. You have to search for with the entire world map being viewed.

I noticed that the article Farrell posted from that couples blog also quoted the same guy you've been posting video's. I am not going to vet all the information or go back and look to see if the accusations are correct, that he changes his story. One moment it's solar flares causing the earthquakes, next moment CERN. The comments on that video are worth glancing at because he does have some people who have been following him that aren't taking his words as gospel. 

What I can't figure out is what software he is using and how some guy from his living room can monitor the cylinders at CERN. I always have the same question about the guy who monitors the HAARP activity and provides satellite imagery. Who the heck has that kind of equipment to monitor these things.

So at the end of the day, I note that this story has gone viral at an interesting time. Lots of religion in the news Pope, Islam, followed by CERN and now the VW crisis. Whether red skies go flaring tomorrow, planes fall out of the sky, geologic disruptions, market anomalies, I have no idea. I guess we'll see. But the story is big enough now to take note at least from the "trending now" stand point whether it is what everybody is suggesting or it's popularity is something else altogether. Some hindsight might provide more clarity. 

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