Last week the year-and-a-half long group read of the Illuminatus! trilogy wrapped up over at RAWIllumination.net, and as a result there is a treasure trove of new interpretive/annotative information about Robert Anton Wilson & Robert Shea’s cult classic.
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This week, the US military will begin combat training exercises in several counties in Texas and other western states. Dubbed “Jade Helm 15,” they’re designed to train soldiers how to operate in civilian areas, as often happens in the Middle East.
But when the government announced that these exercises would take place, a furor erupted, especially in Texas.
Concerns ranged from practical ones (the possibility of the exercises starting wildfires) to more outlandish ones: some called it a smokescreen for the imposition of martial law, while others view the exercises as a means to confiscate guns from citizens, which will set the stage for a military takeover of Texas.
The media, not surprisingly, had a field day: article after article detailed the fear and concerns of a certain sect of Texan citizens, tossing around the terms “conspiracy theorists” and “paranoid” to describe them.… Read the rest
A new review by the Cochrane Collaboration calls into question the benefits of water fluoridation.
Douglas Main via Newsweek:
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Water fluoridation, which first began in 1945 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and expanded nationwide over the years, has always been controversial. Those opposed to the process have argued—and a growing number of studies have suggested—that the chemical may present a number of health risks, for example interfering with the endocrine system and increasing the risk ofimpaired brain function; two studies in the last few months, for example, have linked fluoridation to ADHD and underactive thyroid. Others argue against water fluoridation on ethical grounds, saying the process forces people to consume a substance they may not know is there—or that they’d rather avoid.
Despite concerns about safety and ethics, many are content to continue fluoridation because of its purported benefit: that it reduces tooth decay.
Kevin Kunze is the filmmaker behind Mobilize, an investigative documentary exploring the negative long-term health effects of cell phone radiation. The film examines recent scientific research, follows national legislative efforts, and exposes the influence that technology companies have on public health.
This is an unfortunate rabbit hole my friends, because I love me some technology. I’m constantly ranting about it, tweeting about it, or manipulating it in some manner. It’s certainly not lost on me that without it, this show and this site wouldn’t even exist in the first place. I’ll even go out on a limb and say that technology and the insatiable, uniquely human, desire to continually lift our circumstances is intimately intertwined with the destiny of mankind (if that’s a thing).
As Terence McKenna put it:
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“Technology is the real skin of our species… We take in matter that has a low degree of organization; we put it through mental filters, and we extrude jewelry, gospels, space shuttles.
Did Hitler die? Or did he escape? British historian, Gerrard Williams, maintains that there’s been a large cover-up and that Hitler actually escaped Germany.
PTI via First Post:
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Gerrard Williams claims that official records confirming the deaths of Hitler and his wife Eva Braun are seriously flawed as the Russians’ failed to announce they had found the body of the infamous dictator.
“I believe that in April 1945 the real Hitler along with Eva Braun were spirited out of the bunker where they escaped. They did not die, we were lied to, we’re still being lied to,” said Williams, a journalist, author and historian.
“It is supported by eyewitnesses who actually never saw anybody get shot. They never see the Fuhrer and Eva go into his private quarters in the bunker. They see bodies coming out but nobody ever see Hitler and Eva dead,” Williams said.
With Rachel Dolezal being in the news, I thought now would be the perfect time to write an article on this subject.
“He told us that the silks he carried were the same kind that our people used in their home country, and that he was from there. So we asked him to tell us about our own country.” Scholar C Eric Lincoln wrote this about Wallace Fard Muhammad, the founder of Nation of Islam.The man known as Fard came to Detroit claiming to know all of how the blacks should correctly live. The culture hungry blacks invited him into their homes to discuss healthy diets and culture. Lincoln’s book The Black Muslims in America states:
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Inevitably there was a proliferation of legends about so mysterious a figure. One such legend is that Fard was a Jamaican Negro whose father was a Syrian Moslem.
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First of all, the phrase “equal pay for equal work” is not a new slogan. It originates from the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. For those of you that have not taken the time to do so, I suggest reading the document in full. It is vastly different from the American Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence. It states that one of these human rights is the right to social security which is set up “through national effort and international co-operation.” In other words, it legitimizes massive loans to countries through the IMF which lays a burden on the countries the money comes from (mainly the U.S.) and creates an economic colonialism in the countries that receive the aid.
While reading said Human Rights declaration, look at Article 8 that states man gets rights “granted him by the constitution or by law.” The Declaration of Independence states that rights come from the creator.… Read the rest
The US government, along with US business investments and American foreign aid, have supported both sides of wars for longer than most people realize. A practice many of you are aware happens today. This documentary classic talks of how the USSR would have collapsed decades before it did had it not been for western investments keeping them afloat. The narrative here demonstrates that the anti-communist groups of the cold war were sometimes as anti-corporate as they were anti-leftist.
I was researching the history of union organization in the US and came across the case of Frank Little. He was an agitator of the IWW who was lynched by the local vigilantes in Montana. He was hung from a railroad trestle and had a note pinned to his thigh that read, “First and last warning” with the numbers “3-7-77.” These numbers have been attached to numerous people killed by the vigilantes through Montana. The first documented use of the code was in 1879 when Montana vigilantes left “3-7-77” painted on walls throughout a small town. Today, these mysterious numbers appear on the badge of the Montana state highway patrol. No one knows the origins. Many theories have been offered, including several in the linked article. I have my theory that 3 represents the number of people in the highest rank of the vigilantes, 7 is the next rank below the commanding rank, and 77 officers serve below them.… Read the rest
When someone mentions “The New World Order,” it conjures up thoughts of conspiracy involving the Illuminati, the Freemasons, Skull and Bones, old privileged family wealth and royal lineage. Beneath that you think of the already bought and paid for world leaders and the secret agenda. And you might be right.
When I think of the New World Order, I’m thinking of an idea. It’s an idea that’s as old as war itself. How many times must we keep hearing this same ideology? Every single empire from the beginning of man had this same dream. You know the one, the dream of controlling everything beneath the sky from horizon to horizon.
Nothing has changed in thousands of years except the horizons and the dreamers. When all you could see was the Aztec Empire, then controlling that was good enough. When all anyone could see was the Roman Empire, then that was good enough.… Read the rest