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Fri, Jul 21, 2017 - 6:15am
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The only problems with the

The only problems with the Goebbels quote is that he DIDN'T SAY IT.

Now that he didn't say it, the only thing left to deal with is why would the Nazi's attribute a truth to the wrong person?

Looks like the experts once again didn't deal with the obvious.

Because using a truth and projecting it on the enemy is effective. But dealing with the content is too freakin' hard.

Bugs Bunny once said,

"you can install a lie or false memory in minutes and get just about any human to pass along a lie."

Bugs Bunny from My Bunny Lies Over the Sea

But the most famous quote of all on the nature of human's and lie's was the great psychologist.

He wrote in his memoir's "Ducking Liars"

For a more modern day theoretical discussion of the indepth psychology by those who prefer picture books.

Fri, Jul 21, 2017 - 6:23am
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Things Hitler Said that Nobody talks about

Fri, Jul 21, 2017 - 6:43am (Reply to #14377)
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Happynow

There is no good use case for bent stalks that contribute to a pattern.

It is what it is.

It is a miracle and a message

If you think of these things as a message (as I do) there is a lot to ponder. Include ABGuy for any evaluation because I am gonna run out of steam way before him.

Love you all for trying.

Fri, Jul 21, 2017 - 6:59am
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Good morning

Thank you for the excellent detective work,

Although I recognize the quote as a truth, pertaining to the times we live in, I hadn't even considered that its source was a total lie, until you guys pointed it out.

The amount of disinformation pertaining to World War II, and the characters involved, doesn't speak well for the western version of history.

Probably the biggest lie, is that we've been taught that the Nazis were defeated, when in reality, they spread their influence globally, with almost nobody noticing.

With enough evidence pointing to the fact that World War II was staged, it's starting to look a lot like its outcome was also predetermined.

It might be worth considering the possibility that the Nazis had already infiltrated the leadership of all the Western countries involved in World War II, before the first shot was fired. That's a lot of puppet governments loyal to Mr. Global.

This leads me to consider the possibility that World War II was just a big smokescreen to conquer the eastern hemisphere, bringing them under globalist control as well.

This brings us to the modern-day, where one big lie after another is being brought out into the open.

Is Mr. Global being exposed by forces allied against him? Or is he just arrogantly imposing his agenda without regard for who knows about it? I suspect the truth is somewhere in the middle.

I've got at least a 4 hour drive ahead of me, time to hit the road.

Have a nice day.

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."
Fri, Jul 21, 2017 - 7:18am (Reply to #14384)
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@fix Bingo

You got it. Fantastic. Now what? Bridges across the water? goodminded people joining hands?

How do WE take control?

I ask because there will be people asking. How to go foward? There needs to be a lead.

Can I /My group do this and that? Where are the logical means and how to keep the thoughts on the rail?

How do we treat with the groups that we must treat with?

Who gets the talking stick when so many want to talk?

Bear in mind that the clutter of questions will overcome the mind if there is no overarching purpose on display, and the overarching purpose will be eroded by small minds reaching for power.

Heh heh, High times indeeed

Fri, Jul 21, 2017 - 7:39am (Reply to #14382)
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<giggles>

There are a lot of things like that ... for sure.

Sometimes they are too dim to get it even if you give thema second try. 14358

But in their heads, they know SO much. It is funny, fo' sho'

But the kinda not funny, too, because it would've been much more fun if you'd gotten it without an explanation. I kinda thought we could share a subtle joke because of your immense level of education ... but alas, no ...

Fri, Jul 21, 2017 - 7:42am (Reply to #14384)
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Nurse! Get your patient!

It's not "detective work". It's just not believing every scrap of "information' that floats past. It's living life with some measure of restraint upon your CREDULITY.

How do you even function walking through life believing whatever idiotic nonsense you last saw spewed from Youtube?

Why would a propagandist ever say something like that? ... it's not just gullibility about a source, it's dim-wittedness that doesn't even make any sense.

And this silly crap below:

"Probably the biggest lie, is that we've been taught that the Nazis were defeated, when in reality, they spread their influence globally, with almost nobody noticing."

HOW can even you, how could any loon at all, even make sense of that in their head when they look at the worldas it stands. Paperclip rules the world, ooh that's it ...the secret paperclip-hired scientists ..even though we did the same thing with Japanese chem/bio experts...

You've said this idiocy before, so go ahead and tell me all the details about how it (our world - molded in the image of Marx and all the written goals of the earliest Communists) fits the goals of the German National Socialists from Germany of 70 years ago ... to cede Europe and her 'offspring nations' to the third world. Your logic goes no further than

1. things now bad 2.nazis bad 3.things now run by nazis 4. obviously

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@ Ruff

I Don't know, but maybe they are thoughts, messages from our own consciences, maybe from ourselves in the future.

When I see a new one (not a drunken board walk - a real one) I try to relax into it and read. Only read.

it's therapeutic if you have nothing to gain.

Fri, Jul 21, 2017 - 9:34am (Reply to #14388)
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Ruffian wrote:shame no one

Ruffian wrote:

shame no one has collected all or as many as possible pics of them.

https://www.cropcirclecenter.com

https://www.robbertvandenbroeke.com/cropcircle-archive

Fri, Jul 21, 2017 - 9:42am
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Seeing more articles on the

Seeing more articles on the Catholic Church yesterday, I got an ebony, I mean an ephiphany.

It looks like the Church is headed for another schism, like the Protestant Reformation. You know when all the peeps left the church because they hired illiterate Priests that had concubines. Joseph Goebbels was obviously right about lies.

Christianity Undergoes Revolution every 500 years.

https://vancouversun.com/news/staff-blogs/christianity-undergoes-revolut...

https://khaldea.com/rudhyar/ess/ess_18.shtml

Astrologically

https://www.historicalastrology.com/planetary-synodic-cycles/plutoneptune/

An event is first created in our thoughts; its seeds lie first in the mind. The Church was appallingly powerful. It had sovereign command over the human mind (and the human body) for over a thousand years. If it hadn’t lost its power, there might have been no Renaissance and another thousand years of Dark Ages.

A change in history on a mass level begins with a change in attitude, in what human beings believe. The Great Schism (1378-1417) was an argument between two cardinals who each declared themselves Pope. This helped to effect the change in people’s thinking about the Church. Like the execution of Hus, this Schism helped to destroy the Church’s authority; it liberated peoples’ minds from its control. On Oct. 31, 1517, Martin Luther, a Catholic priest outraged at the corruption he had observed for years taking place in the Church, posted his objections, called The 95 Theses, onto the door of the Palast Church in Wittenberg, Germany. This act marked the beginning of the Reformation. Astrologically, Neptune had moved into the septile phase with Pluto (PL 2°CAPRICORN 12′, NE 21° AQUARIUS 57′), plus a Pluto/Saturn synod, plus a Uranus/Sun oppositon. The septile aspect has religious and spiritual connotations, but being in the Crescent phase, its energies demand an active release from the past in order to re-form into something new.

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GL

" It looks like the Church is headed for another schism, like the Protestant Reformation. "

Maybe it will work better this time. Not likely, IMHO, though.

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SilveryBlue wrote: I Don't

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I Don't know, but maybe they are thoughts, messages from our own consciences, maybe from ourselves in the future.

When I see a new one (not a drunken board walk - a real one) I try to relax into it and read. Only read.

it's therapeutic if you have nothing to gain.

I've been told there are frequency generators that have been put in special places.

Apparantly, these things are done to enginner the consciousness and changes that are we are moving through.

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Ruffian

"I would label those south of us as fanatical in their beliefs "

It's the fusion of Catholicism's root flaws and Aztec faith. Took a long time to coagulate, but they are meshing more now.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/centralamericaandthecaribbean...

lefty version: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/r-andrew-chesnut/santa-muerte-unfortunate...

hypocritical version (why would anyone listen to them - they courted this): https://www.catholic.org/news/international/americas/story.php?id=75523

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