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The Archons - Parasitic Entities that Feed on the Human Race

Postby Winston » Fri May 18, 2012 10:26 am

Have any of you heard of the Archons? According to the Gnostic teachings, which were suppressed and destroyed by the Christians, our world is ruled by entities known as the Archons, parasitic entities that feed on the human race and rule them. They possess those in power and engineer the world with stress, suffering, violence, unnecessary wars, etc. in order to feed off of negative energy from suffering. Supposedly, the secret society rituals (e.g. Freemasons, Skull and Bones, Illuminati) are done to invoke the possession of these entities.

The Gnostics also taught that the Earth is a conscious entity known as Sophia, that Jesus came to expose the God of the Old Testament and help liberate people from him, which is why he was crucified, and that knowledge is the key to enlightenment, not fear, guilt or ignorance as Christianity preaches.

Check out these interviews about the Archons, and how they tie in with the Annunaki and Sumerian creation myths. This is very mind blowing new stuff. Jay Weidner's rule is "Whatever is suppressed the most, is usually what is closest to the truth."

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loCoTx99yAg[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WvvuKMaYVI[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9V6STk5CUo[/youtube]
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Postby Winston » Sun Aug 05, 2012 3:58 pm

Here is a new interview with David Icke where he talks about the Archons, DNA, Royals and Iluminati History.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnBhA2429SQ[/youtube]

Dr. Mau, a guy Chaste Filipina recommended, also talks about energetic mind parasites in this interview.

Part 1 of 2:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TE_b_s-iws[/youtube]
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Postby Winston » Sun Dec 23, 2012 7:19 pm

In this recent interview with Alex Jones, David Icke talks about the Archons spoken of by suppressed ancient groups such as the Gnostics, and how they are robotic beings that feed off of human suffering and deceive people by inverting things into their opposite. This would explain a lot about why things are the way they are, why everything is inverted upside down and why society seems built for some "thing" out there to feed off of suffering. I've always felt this all along. Then Alex Jones added "Feminism has turned women into men, and men into non-entities." So true. It's good that Alex Jones is exposing feminism too.


[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8v8xB_2ihg[/youtube]
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Postby Winston » Fri Apr 11, 2014 5:00 am

Check out this informative and mind blowing interview with David Icke by Alex Jones about the Archons. The Archons are the entities that ancient mystics say rule our planet and possess many of our rulers. They engineer stress, suffering, unnecessary wars and violence in the world because they feed off of the negative energy of human suffering. It might sound crazy, but it makes sense and explains a lot, at least a lot more than any conventional explanation can.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwvBn1SV3Ag[/youtube]

Jay Weidner also talks about the Archons and their objectives in one of his new interviews. What he says is also very informative and fascinating.

Jay Weidner -- The Archons and Sandy Hook

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-RUEuHzdo4

Jay Weidner -- The Archons and Fukishima

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA4YluC9JL4

Jay Weidner -- The Archons and Moon Hoax

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPr25wZWPSQ
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Postby royalism » Fri Apr 11, 2014 8:39 am

I can't believe that a person who worked so hard to debunk christianity and is a skeptic really believes all this crap.
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Postby Mr S » Fri Apr 11, 2014 3:22 pm

This topic is only crap if you still have a closed off consciousness functioning at the 1st, 2nd or 3rd level chakra combined with a belief system based on what has been fed to you in the modern education system, media and current exoteric religion and human social structure which has hidden, destroyed or modified/dumbed down various factual information on all levels of existence in every field of learning and life.

All this kind of supposed 'woo-woo" stuff is extremely complicated and can really only be understood when one connects all the dots together from various sources combined with having critical thinking skills and the ability to modify ones own belief systems based on new information. Most people can't or don't want to put in the effort to truly understand the manipulation of human reality. I can understand why skeptics find this all BS, but to be honest, there is something to all this once you start going down the rabbit hole. I wouldn't trust everything one sees or hears 100%, make up your own mind but there is another side to reality that is hidden from the majority of humanity. It can be discovered on ones own through spiritual initiation through various means, intense regular meditation and prayer, certain hallucinogen plants, various other spiritual ceremonies. It's a personal journey and the way it gets revealed to each individual will be different and unique, because we are all unique beings, but once one is sincere to travel the path of awakening all will be revealed to the true seeker over their lifetime by various UNEXPECTED ways that can't be predicted by limited physical scientific means. Yes, a catch 22 but that's the way metaphysics work.

This is probably the best book out there that discusses all this in detail with backed up research from original historical sources:

http://www.amazon.com/Not-His-Image-Gno ... +his+image

http://www.amazon.com/Not-His-Image-Gno ... 715&sr=8-1

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Basing much of Not in His Image on the Nag Hammadi and other Gnostic writings, John Lamb Lash explains how a little-known messianic sect propelled itself into a dominant world power, systematically wiping out the great Gnostic spiritual teachers, the Druid priests, and the shamanistic healers of Europe and North Africa. They burned libraries and destroyed temples in an attempt to silence the ancient truth-tellers and keep their own secrets. But as Lash reveals, when the truth is the planet Earth it cannot be hidden or destroyed.

Not in His Image delves deeply into the shadows of ancient Gnostic writings to reconstruct the story early Christians tried to scrub from the pages of history, exploring the richness of the ancient European Pagan spirituality--the Pagan Mysteries, the Great Goddess, Gnosis, the myths of Sophia and Gaia--and chronicles the annihilation of this Pagan European culture at the hands of Christianity.

Long before the birth of Christianity, monotheism was an anomaly; Europe and the Near East flourished under the divine guidance of Sophia, the ancient goddess of wisdom. The Earth was the embodiment of Sophia and thus sacred to the people who sought fulfillment in her presence. This ancient philosophy was threatening to the emerging salvation-based creed of Christianity that was based on patriarchal dominion over the Earth and lauded personal suffering as a path to the afterlife. As Derrick Jensen points out in the afterword, in Lash's hands Jesus Christ emerges as the agent provocateur of the ruling classes.


Editorial Reviews

Review

"John Lash's Not In His Image presents a fascinating view of meanings in a sacred history long--and wrongly--suppressed. It demands profound correction of what Western civilization has been taught to call religion. It is a book that should be read by everyone."--Barbara G. Walker, author of The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, Feminist Fairy Tales, and others.


"This remarkable book introduces a Gnostic approach to Sophia-Gaia, the feminine wisdom principle embodied by the earth, vividly soliciting us to embrace Her revival for our survival. When the human race revered the fertility of the earth, the perennial philosophy of human kindness and good sense, as embodied in the common laws of indigenous people the world over, was equally prominent in ancient Europe. Gyncentric societies did not know the taint of sexual apartheid; mystery cults were participatory, experiential and peaceful. The erudition and mindfulness of the Pagan world have been hugely underestimated, since the onslaught of patriarchy, symbolized by the flood, destroyed a much larger civilization than we have been lead to believe. Initiated in antediluvian times with the arrival of misogynic sky gods, it took the three monotheistic religions to achieve the undoing of the sophisticated way of life of our forebears. In Gnostic terms, evil came from outside of the matrix of the earth, from another dimension or parallel universe. Entities of this parallel dimension managed to insinuate themselves into our world. It may come as a shock to many, that the Gnostics held Yahweh to be such an entity, facilitating the promotion of the perpetrator-victim ethos of Salvationism, held to be an abomination and a fateful error. John Lash presents the stark contrast between the tenets of retribution and exploitation - of the feminine ­, and the ethos of illuminism, with its emphasis on personal experience and communion with nature, within the framework of a vast body of knowledge, reaching from the classic authors of antiquity to present-day proponents of eco-science and eco-spirituality. A fascinating read."--Susanne G. Seiler, Gaia Media News. Basel, Switzerland


"Sometimes a book changes the world. Not In His Image is such a book. It is clear, stimulating, well-researched, and sure to outrage the experts. Take it from a scientist: the 'experts' are often wrong. In fact, a hallmark of breakthroughs is that they are usually well-researched and outrage 'experts.' Science shows the importance of trusting clear thinking about direct evidence. This book is full of both. Get it. Improve not just your own life, but civilization's chances for survival." --Roger Payne, Ph.D., MacArthur Fellow, president of Ocean Alliance, author of Among Whales


"John Lamb Lash's Not in His Image is a rare achievement, combining impeccable scholarship with remarkable visionary insight. In a breathtaking tour de force, the author provides a profound analysis of the history of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and their connections to the patriarchal system. He identifies the deep roots of the intrinsic problems of these three religions-- perpetrator-victim emphasis and salvationist ideology--and points out their relationship to the alienation and agony of modern humanity. This book is a must for everybody who is trying to understand the psychospiritual currents underlying the present global crisis." --Stanislav Grof, M.D., author of Psychology of the Future and The Cosmic Game


"Not In His Image is a brilliantly subversive and provocative work of scholarship and passion that overturns everything you ever believed about Christianity. The gnostic mysteries have found a new and eloquent champion in John Lash." --Graham Hancock, author of Fingerprints of the Gods


"An extraordinary and profound book. Not In His Image a blessing, and a warning that we must cease taking the terrible advice of Christianity … and that we must instead re-inhabit our own joyful, painful, mortal, beautiful bodies and fight for our lives and for the lives of those we love. This book points the way home."--Derrick Jensen, from the afterword


"What we know about the divine comes by way of three paths--through the spectacle of nature, through the testimony of spiritual seekers, and through our own inner experience, as in meditation and mystical communion. John Lamb Lash seeks to renew our understanding of all three paths, and thus to renew our sense of the divine. In particular, he challenges the otherworldly creeds that have come down to us in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, and to recover the earth-based religions that preceded them. Those ecologically wise religions flourished, he reminds us, not only among the native peoples of the Western Hemisphere but also in ancient Europe. By reclaiming this pagan heritage, he argues, we can begin to cure the pathologies of genocide, war, and environmental degradation that afflict the modern world." --Scott Russell Sanders, author of A Private History of Awe


"Not In His Image is a stunning book. It should cause quite a furor. Lash's historical and anthropological erudition are breathtaking." --Colin Wilson, author of Atlantis and the Kingdom of the Neanderthals: 100,000 Years of Lost History and The Outsider


"John Lash's heretical book is a precious act of spiritual disobedience that seeks to save the world from Salvationism. Lash opens new ground between myth and ecology, and helps one feel what the planet feels. He proposes direct knowing and moving beyond belief, and advocates animism as a proposition to test. He leaves the future open and in need of human imagination. Humanity is implicated in the future of the living planet, but Lash exercises caution when making suppositions about our role as a species. This book is learned, courageous, and full of insights. Some may find it challenging and even shocking, but it is an important read for those interested in life on earth. It is made for readers to chew on, rather than believe."--Jeremy Narby, anthropologist, author of The Cosmic Serpent, DNA and the Origins of Knowledge and Intelligence in Nature: An Inquiry into Knowledge


Los Angeles Times Sunday Book Review-
Gnosticism is a label applied to a collection of religious ideas that has long exerted a certain appeal to public intellectuals and controversialists, ranging from the theologian Marcion in the 2nd century AD to literary critic Harold Bloom in our time. What attracts them, I suppose, is the conviction that the highest truths are available only to a small circle of initiates -- the Greek term gnostokoi can be translated as "those who understand divine matters, knowing what the gods know."

The latest to unfurl the banner of Gnosticism is John Lamb Lash, who describes the Gnostics of the ancient world as "the elite of Pagan intellectuals" and declares that their writings are "the explosive charge that can blow the institution of the Faith off its foundations, for good and all." By "the Faith," he means the Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition in its entirety, and he intends to do nothing less than convert his readers into latter-day Gnostics.

Lash, whose publisher describes him as "an exponent of the practice of mythology," rejects much of the contemporary scholarship on Gnosticism. For example, he dismisses the work of Princeton historian Elaine Pagels, author of The Gnostic Gospels, because she places the texts discovered at the Egyptian archeological site of Nag Hammadi within the context of early Christianity. Such an approach, he insists, "has hampered understanding of who the Gnostics were, and why they protest so vehemently against the rise of Christianity."

Lash seeks to rescue Gnosticism from the dustbin of Christian history and restore it to its rightful place amid the splendors of pagan antiquity. To signal his admiration for the fecund religious imagination of paganism, he capitalizes the word "Pagan" as if it were a single faith rather than a phantasmagorical assortment of beliefs and practices. But he does point out that Gnosticism itself shouldn't be described as a religion or even a sect, if only because gnostokos was "the generic term for any person learned in divine matters." Above all, he insists that Gnosticism represents the path toward "spiritual deep ecology," symbolized by today's adherents of the Greek earth goddess Gaia.

Not in His Image is perhaps best compared to Robert Graves' The White Goddess, an earlier and only slightly less eccentric effort to find and explain the linkages among the fantastic variety of religious experiences in the ancient world. Like Graves, Lash is a self-invented scholar who has read widely and thought deeply. (He is the author of Quest for the Zodiac, The Hero and The Seeker's Handbook, and the co-founder of metahistory.org with a former wife, Joanna Harcourt-Smith, who lived with Timothy Leary in the 1970s. And he is general executor of the estate of Jack Kerouac's daughter, Jan, to whom he also was once married.) He confidently issues pronouncements about what he calls "the wholesale genocide of Pagan culture" and prescriptions for the spiritual salvation of the world.

Lash offers this work as a corrective to the "scholarly specialization" that condemns the Gnostics to "an obscure and uncertain place on the margins of the history of religion." Along the way, he seeks to repudiate what he sees as the pigheadedness of the academic establishment. Thus, for example, he condemns biblical scholars who do not see the continuities that Lash detects between the early Christians and the religious community at Qumran. He calls them "Zaddikites," but they are better known to the lay reader as the custodians of the Dead Sea Scrolls: "They fail to realize that the message of love in the charming miracle tales of the New Testament is a sugar coating on the bitter cyanide of Zaddikite ravings."

But Lash is not concerned merely with scolding biblical scholars. His goal is to melt down the religious and philosophical ideas of antiquity and recast them as a serviceable faith for our world. In place of the Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition, which he links to "the religious schizophrenia of the ancient Hebrews" and which he flatly condemns as "annihilation theology," he proposes that we embrace Gnosticism and what he dubs "Gaian ethics," which he describes as "not a call to faith in God, but faith in the human species."

Lash is capable of explaining the mind-bending concepts of Gnosticism and pagan mystery cults with bracing clarity and startling insight. At moments, however, he slips into a kind of New Age rant as baffling as any mystical text. "What we seek in 'Gaia theory' is a live imaginal dimension," he writes in one such passage, "not a scaffolding of cybernetic general systems cogitation." Or: "Gnosis, taken as a path of experimental mysticism, and the Sophianic vision, taken as a guiding narrative for co-evolution, can provide the spiritual dimension for deep ecology independently of the three mainstream religions derived from the Abrahamic tradition."

Even he acknowledges that his book can be "a long haul and a lot to follow" and that his line of reasoning "demands exceptional concentration from the likes of us, many of whom cannot stay in the moment for three minutes at a time."

Lash's arguments are often lively and entertaining, even when they aren't convincing. When he contends that Celtic civilization spread to the far corners of the ancient world -- "An apocryphal legend claims that John the Baptist was a Celt," he writes, "and Mary Magdalene was Circassian, half Celt, half Jewish" -- he is reduced to citing the film "Lawrence of Arabia" to support the proposition that "Celtic half-breeds survived in the Levant down into the early twentieth century."

And when he considers what he calls the "sci-fi theology" of the ancient Gnostics, he comes uncomfortably close to affirming that the otherworldly "Archons" of Gnostic myth were authentic extraterrestrials.

"It is worth noting that the first great UFO wave of the twentieth century occurred in the summer and fall of 1947 when Jean Doresse was in Cairo examining the Nag Hammadi Codices, at the very moment the first Dead Sea Scrolls were found," Lash writes. "This was also the year that the CIA was founded, with the dual intention (according to UFO conspiracy buffs) to co-opt alien technology and cut a deal with the aliens, allowing them to experiment covertly on human subjects.... In fact, a CIA agent named Miles Copeland was dispatched to Damascus to examine and photograph some of the first scroll fragments to be unearthed."

At one telling moment at the outset of his book, Lash describes how his life was transformed when, in early adolescence, he was reading a copy of Nietzsche's Thus Spake Zarathustra in the back seat of the family car on the way back from an orthodontist's appointment in upstate New York. "I swore to finish what Nietzsche had begun," he declares. "I vowed to think through and live out his critique of Christianity to the end."

With Not in His Image he keeps that vow. But when Lash invites us to embrace the "high strangeness" of what he calls the "ET/Archon" hypothesis "with the Gnostic theory of alien intrusion" -- "the stranger it gets, the more sense it makes," he insists -- he passes wholly through the looking glass.


(Jonathan Kirsch)
From the Publisher
"Sometimes a book changes the world. Not In His Image is such a book. It is clear, stimulating, well-researched, and sure to outrage the experts. Take it from a scientist: the 'experts' are often wrong. In fact, a hallmark of breakthroughs is that they are usually well-researched and outrage 'experts.' Science shows the importance of trusting clear thinking about direct evidence. This book is full of both. Get it. Improve not just your own life, but civilization's chances for survival."

--Roger Payne, Ph.D., MacArthur Fellow, president of Ocean Alliance, author of Among Whales

"Not In His Image is a brilliantly subversive and provocative work of scholarship and passion that overturns everything you ever believed about Christianity. The gnostic mysteries have found a new and eloquent champion in John Lash."

--Graham Hancock, author of Fingerprints of the Gods.

"What we know about the divine comes by way of three paths--through the spectacle of nature, through the testimony of spiritual seekers, and through our own inner experience, as in meditation and mystical communion. John Lamb Lash seeks to renew our understanding of all three paths, and thus to renew our sense of the divine. In particular, he challenges the otherworldly creeds that have come down to us in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, and to recover the earth-based religions that preceded them. Those ecologically wise religions flourished, he reminds us, not only among the native peoples of the Western Hemisphere but also in ancient Europe. By reclaiming this pagan heritage, he argues, we can begin to cure the pathologies of genocide, war, and environmental degradation that afflict the modern world."

--Scott Russell Sanders, author of A Private History of Awe

"Not In His Image is a stunning book. It should cause quite a furor. Lash's historical and anthropological erudition are breathtaking."

--Colin Wilson, author of Atlantis and the Kingdom of the Neanderthals: 100,000 Years of Lost History and The Outsider

"John Lash's heretical book is a precious act of spiritual disobedience that seeks to save the world from Salvationism. Lash opens new ground between myth and ecology, and helps one feel what the planet feels. He proposes direct knowing and moving beyond belief, and advocates animism as a proposition to test. He leaves the future open and in need of human imagination. Humanity is implicated in the future of the living planet, but Lash exercises caution when making suppositions about our role as a species. This book is learned, courageous, and full of insights. Some may find it challenging and even shocking, but it is an important read for those interested in life on earth. It is made for readers to chew on, rather than believe."

--Jeremy Narby, anthropologist, author of The Cosmic Serpent, DNA and the Origins of Knowledge and Intelligence in Nature: An Inquiry into Knowledge.

"John Lash's Not In His Image presents a fascinating view of meanings in a sacred history long--and wrongly--suppressed. It demands profound correction of what Western civilization has been taught to call religion. It is a book that should be read by everyone."

--Barbara G. Walker, author of The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, Feminist Fairy Tales, and others.

"John Lamb Lash's Not in His Image is a rare achievement, combining impeccable scholarship with remarkable visionary insight. In a breathtaking tour de force, the author provides a profound analysis of the history of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and their connections to the patriarchal system. He identifies the deep roots of the intrinsic problems of these three religions-- perpetrator-victim emphasis and salvationist ideology--and points out their relationship to the alienation and agony of modern humanity. This book is a must for everybody who is trying to understand the psychospiritual currents underlying the present global crisis."

--Stanislav Grof, M.D., author of Psychology of the Future and The Cosmic Game

"An extraordinary and profound book. Not In His Image a blessing, and a warning that we must cease taking the terrible advice of Christianity ... and that we must instead re-inhabit our own joyful, painful, mortal, beautiful bodies and fight for our lives and for the lives of those we love. This book points the way home."

--Derrick Jensen, from the afterword
From the Inside Flap
"What we know about the divine comes by way of three paths—through the spectacle of nature, through the testimony of spiritual seekers, and through our own inner experience, as in meditation and mystical communion. John Lamb Lash seeks to renew our understanding of all three paths, and thus to renew our sense of the divine. In particular, he challenges the otherworldly creeds that have come down to us in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, and to recover the earth-based religions that preceded them. Those ecologically wise religions flourished, he reminds us, not only among the native peoples of the Western Hemisphere but also in ancient Europe. By reclaiming this pagan heritage, he argues, we can begin to cure the pathologies of genocide, war, and environmental degradation that afflict the modern world."
—Scott Russell Sanders, author of A Private History of Awe

"Not In His Image is a stunning book. It should cause quite a furor. Lash's historical and anthropological erudition are breathtaking."
—Colin Wilson, author of Atlantis and the Kingdom of the Neanderthals: 100,000 Years of Lost History and The Outsider

"John Lash's heretical book is a precious act of spiritual disobedience that seeks to save the world from Salvationism. Lash opens new ground between myth and ecology, and helps one feel what the planet feels. He proposes direct knowing and moving beyond belief, and advocates animism as a proposition to test. He leaves the future open and in need of human imagination. Humanity is implicated in the future of the living planet, but Lash exercises caution when making suppositions about our role as a species. This book is learned, courageous, and full of insights. Some may find it challenging and even shocking, but it is an important read for those interested in life on earth. It is made for readers to chew on, rather than believe."
—Jeremy Narby, anthropologist, author of The Cosmic Serpent, DNA and the Origins of Knowledge and Intelligence in Nature: An Inquiry into Knowledge.

"John Lash's Not In His Image presents a fascinating view of meanings in a sacred history long—and wrongly—suppressed. It demands profound correction of what Western civilization has been taught to call religion. It is a book that should be read by everyone."
—Barbara G. Walker, author of The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, Feminist Fairy Tales, and others.

"John Lamb Lash's Not in His Image is a rare achievement, combining impeccable scholarship with remarkable visionary insight. In a breathtaking tour de force, the author provides a profound analysis of the history of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and their connections to the patriarchal system. He identifies the deep roots of the intrinsic problems of these three religions-- perpetrator-victim emphasis and salvationist ideology--and points out their relationship to the alienation and agony of modern humanity. This book is a must for everybody who is trying to understand the psychospiritual currents underlying the present global crisis."
—Stanislav Grof, M.D., author of Psychology of the Future and The Cosmic Game

"An extraordinary and profound book. Not In His Image a blessing, and a warning that we must cease taking the terrible advice of Christianity … and that we must instead re-inhabit our own joyful, painful, mortal, beautiful bodies and fight for our lives and for the lives of those we love. This book points the way home."
—Derrick Jensen, from the afterword
About the Author

John Lash, a comparative mythologist who specializes in stellar lore, has spent 30 years in research and experimentation, using Signs and Constellations. He is the principal author of the Marion Institute's Web site, www.metahistory.org, an inquiry into the contemporary meaning of humanity's myths and beliefs, and is the author of a number of books, including The Seeker's Handbook, Twins and the Double, The Hero: Manhood and Power, and Not in His Image. He lives in Europe.


Derrick Jensen is the prize-winning author of A Language Older than Words, The Culture of Make Believe, Listening to the Land, Strangely Like War, Welcome to the Machine, and Walking on Water. He was one of two finalists for the 2003 J. Anthony Lukas Book Prize, which cited The Culture of Make Believe as "a passionate and provocative meditation on the nexus of racism, genocide, environmental destruction and corporate malfeasance, where civilization meets its discontents." He writes for The New York Times Magazine, Audubon, and The Sun Magazine among many others. He is an environmental activist and lives on the coast of northern California.
"The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor and stoic philosopher, 121-180 A.D.
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Postby Winston » Fri Apr 11, 2014 4:58 pm

royalism wrote:I can't believe that a person who worked so hard to debunk christianity and is a skeptic really believes all this crap.


Why should a skeptic dismiss everything new out of hand?

I didn't say that I "believe" in it. I said it's very fascinating, interesting and explains a lot that conventional explanations can't explain. So it's a possibility to consider.

Remember that reality has many layers, some of which are metaphysical. So there's so much we don't know, and this could be one of them.

A truth seeker remains open to all possibilities, even new ones or bizarre ones, and considers them. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. Sometimes weird things turn out to be true.
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Postby starchild5 » Sat Apr 12, 2014 1:00 pm

This is a good article from Cameron Day, who is up there on these stuff

http://www.ascensionhelp.com/blog/2013/ ... ht-worker/

http://www.ascensionhelp.com/blog/2013/ ... er-part-2/

Arcons / Arc Angels are the same Good Cop Bad Cop Drama that the world is glued into...

The thing is Bad Aliens have combined forces to screw humanity, so along with Arcons, there are reptilians, tall-short greys etc etc....

However, They are just the fixers for the Invisible force you sensed....The Arcons are a level higher on technology and evolution than humanity.....

They will all cease to exist once, we get rid of the Force of Darkness, The AI , The invisible force you sensed....That is the real master that is even making Arcons dance to its tunes..There is lot of information on Arcons but few on the force...This force is deliberately manipulating the world and pointing fingers on Arcons as the real villains.

99% of human race can't even come to realization about Aliens, so talking about Arcons won't even make sense to them, then there is the next level of Invisible force that is way above the evil level of Arcons themselves....however, a good understanding of Aliens is needed to understand Invisible forces ....The reason members in forum are unable to comprehend Invisible force you talked about is due to their lack of understanding on Arcons, greys, Aliens, Conspiracy etc

I would not bother much with Arcons, who already know about them at this point in time as they are way low in Hierarchy....The Ultimate Evil is the force of darkness that messes with our life in every which way possible to stop our natural evolutionary growth...

The goal of elites that this force works through is not about Money, Control, Pain, Suffering etc etc...Its only about one thing..Evolution....They want to stop the Natural Evolution process of human species so that, we could be forever slaves to them....That's why they create events that makes us go round in circles and they smartly say as History Repeating Itself.....

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I'm still researching on this..but I think these guys have some technology where in they can sense as soon as a new galaxy takes formation and new species from that galaxy begin to emerge, they jump in and try to alter the natural progression of that galaxy and everyone in it through DNA manipulation etc and make them their slaves...Certainly, this is not the first time they have done it...They have enslaved many species.....

I think due to this technology...most of the higher souls are late on arrival in rescuing the new species as we only come to know about it, when they have already manipulated the DNA of a species not before that and we try to catch up with things and time is just not enough to complete all the task ..that's why most of us are impatient, wants to do things fast, have 100 thoughts and ideas in mind to implement at any point in time....We are following the true path of human species if they were to evolve without DNA manipulation so for them our actions looks like incoherent, impatient etc as they got behind and we are trying to pull them up....Its a fight between the invisible forces & higher souls for humanity....Higher Souls are trying to catch up due to this technology I believe but our actions for humanity looks like being impatient, incoherent, does not make any sense kind of logic etc....however, many souls are just trying to ADD whatever was deleted from the DNA of humanity
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Postby Winston » Tue Aug 12, 2014 11:21 pm

In this interesting interview, Jay Weidner talks about the how you can see the behavior of the Archons in the Sandy Hook hoax. It's very chilling and he gives many examples.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-RUEuHzdo4[/youtube]
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Postby Winston » Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:58 am

Here is a round table discussion on the Vinny Eastwood show about the Archons, parasitic energy beings that infect and feed off the human race. It features several authors and experts. It is very interesting and informative. And it makes sense too, so it may be true.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD9rbCdVRcM[/youtube]

Here is a documentary on UFO TV about the Archons. It looks interesting.

Ancient Alien Mystery of the Archons

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMFl1v8Fc9Y[/youtube]
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