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Hello and Goodbye / back for some air
« on: December 07, 2009, 03:38:29 PM »
It's been a long time since I've practiced any form of spirituality. After a winding road of life-related stuffs, I've decided to get back at it and form some sort of basis spiritually.

You know when they say "Don't dabble?"

That's very good advice.

Main Hall / Halliburton's Internment Camps
« on: May 23, 2007, 08:49:29 AM »

Just a teaser... red or blue pill?

If you chose the freedom pill or whatever (I can't remember which color that was in the Matrix :P), read on:

Editor's Note: A little-known $385 million contract for Halliburton subsidiary KBR to build detention facilities for "an emergency influx of immigrants" is another step down the Bush administration's road toward martial law, the writer says.

A Halliburton subsidiary has just received a $385 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security to provide "temporary detention and processing capabilities."

The contract -- announced Jan. 24 by the engineering and construction firm KBR -- calls for preparing for "an emergency influx of immigrants, or to support the rapid development of new programs" in the event of other emergencies, such as "a natural disaster." The release offered no details about where Halliburton was to build these facilities, or when.

To date, some newspapers have worried that open-ended provisions in the contract could lead to cost overruns, such as have occurred with KBR in Iraq. A Homeland Security spokesperson has responded that this is a "contingency contract" and that conceivably no centers might be built. But almost no paper so far has discussed the possibility that detention centers could be used to detain American citizens if the Bush administration were to declare martial law.

For those who follow covert government operations abroad and at home, the contract evoked ominous memories of Oliver North's controversial Rex-84 "readiness exercise" in 1984. This called for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to round up and detain 400,000 imaginary "refugees," in the context of "uncontrolled population movements" over the Mexican border into the United States. North's activities raised civil liberties concerns in both Congress and the Justice Department. The concerns persist.

"Almost certainly this is preparation for a roundup after the next 9/11 for Mid-Easterners, Muslims and possibly dissenters," says Daniel Ellsberg, a former military analyst who in 1971 released the Pentagon Papers, the U.S. military's account of its activities in Vietnam. "They've already done this on a smaller scale, with the 'special registration' detentions of immigrant men from Muslim countries, and with Guantanamo."

Plans for detention facilities or camps have a long history, going back to fears in the 1970s of a national uprising by black militants. As Alonzo Chardy reported in the Miami Herald on July 5, 1987, an executive order for continuity of government (COG) had been drafted in 1982 by FEMA head Louis Giuffrida. The order called for "suspension of the Constitution" and "declaration of martial law." The martial law portions of the plan were outlined in a memo by Giuffrida's deputy, John Brinkerhoff.

In 1985, President Reagan signed National Security Decision Directive 188, one of a series of directives that authorized continued planning for COG by a private parallel government.

Two books, James Mann's "Rise of the Vulcans" and James Bamford's "A Pretext for War," have revealed that in the 1980s this parallel structure, operating outside normal government channels, included the then-head of G. D. Searle and Co., Donald Rumsfeld, and then-Congressman from Wyoming Dick Cheney.

After 9/11, new martial law plans began to surface similar to those of FEMA in the 1980s. In January 2002 the Pentagon submitted a proposal for deploying troops on American streets. One month later John Brinkerhoff, the author of the 1982 FEMA memo, published an article arguing for the legality of using U.S. troops for purposes of domestic security.

Then in April 2002, Defense Dept. officials implemented a plan for domestic U.S. military operations by creating a new U.S. Northern Command (CINC-NORTHCOM) for the continental United States. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld called this "the most sweeping set of changes since the unified command system was set up in 1946."

The NORTHCOM commander, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld announced, is responsible for "homeland defense and also serves as head of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).... He will command U.S. forces that operate within the United States in support of civil authorities. The command will provide civil support not only in response to attacks, but for natural disasters."

John Brinkerhoff later commented on PBS that, "The United States itself is now for the first time since the War of 1812 a theater of war. That means that we should apply, in my view, the same kind of command structure in the United States that we apply in other theaters of war."

Then in response to Hurricane Katrina in Sept. 2005, according to the Washington Post, White House senior adviser Karl Rove told the governor of Louisiana, Kathleen Babineaux Blanco, that she should explore legal options to impose martial law "or as close as we can get." The White House tried vigorously, but ultimately failed, to compel Gov. Blanco to yield control of the state National Guard.

Also in September, NORTHCOM conducted its highly classified Granite Shadow exercise in Washington. As William Arkin reported in the Washington Post, "Granite Shadow is yet another new Top Secret and compartmented operation related to the military's extra-legal powers regarding weapons of mass destruction. It allows for emergency military operations in the United States without civilian supervision or control."

It is clear that the Bush administration is thinking seriously about martial law.

Many critics have alleged that FEMA's spectacular failure to respond to Katrina followed from a deliberate White House policy: of paring back FEMA, and instead strengthening the military for responses to disasters.

A multimillion program for detention facilities will greatly increase NORTHCOM's ability to respond to any domestic disorders.

Peter  Dale Scott is author of "Drugs, Oil, and War: The United States in Afghanistan, Colombia, and Indochina" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2003). He is completing a book on "The Road to 9/11." Visit his Web site .

Global Research Articles by Peter Dale Scott

Main Hall / 9/11 was fake!
« on: May 23, 2007, 08:46:46 AM »
Dare to debate? I'm astonished that there aren't any discussions about the increasing unlawfulness of the Bush administration.

- 9/11
- Patriot Act
- President's new directive (he's now a dictator...)

Where's our freedom?

Do you guys still believe that Osama Bin Laden was responsible for 9/11?

Hello and Goodbye / Back from the dead
« on: March 08, 2007, 09:17:17 PM »
I'm back.



Body Energy Arts / How do you feel qi?
« on: March 04, 2007, 03:42:06 PM »
Just wondering what the results would be. My original intent was to ask a question but a poll seems like it might be more interesting. I'm wondering if anyone feels energy going trhough their meridians.

In my practices I've noticed that:
- When I first started there were sensations of pressure, and heat in various spots.
- As I progressed I began to feel tingling/static as well.
- Then one day (after about a year of qi-gong), something 'popped open' is the best way I can describe it.
- Ever since then I feel qi going through my meridians, it's a totally different experience from when I first started.

It just keeps getting better though, the feeling of release, and increasing flow of energy, feels better every time I practice.

:heart: qi gong  :biggrin:

I'm a bit confused about the GB meridian, does it literally go through the shoulder to the arm pit? The images below don't show a pathway from 21-22. Most other charts are contradictory in the sense that point 21-22 either runs in front of the shoulder or behind it. To be honest I can't tell if the back pathway is Small Intestine or Triple Burner, and in front it gets confused with the Large Inetstinal Meridian.

From ~
GB 21
GB 22

That other half of the human figure is a cross section, one showing the back and one the front (for ppl like me who took 3 dys to figure that out :confused:)

Images From ~
Back View:

Frontal Arm View:

Back Arm View:

From all the above images, I'm guessing the meridian goes through the body, rather than normally along a pathway near the skin. That raises another question as well, how deep are meridians from the surface of the skin? Are there larger, deeper meridians? I often feel energy flowing through meridians that aren't charted, plus the japanese massage acupuncture chart is COMPLETELY different.

However so far I've felt all twelve plus some of the eight extra meridians from TCM with high accuracy, so that's the one I'm sticking with.



Magick / Magick from a religous perspective.
« on: February 13, 2006, 05:22:32 AM »
I'm not too knowledgable about it, don't want to offend anyone either I would just like to inform you of my perspective, and share knowledge.

What I do understand from my personal studies is that Solomon was given the "keys," and was a prophet. He alone was given the permission to control spirits, and through spirits all magick feats are performed. ~opinion of religion

There's the opinion that "magickal" feats such as psionics/direct magic are the result of your subconscious/will power/minds effect on the matrix, but there's also reason to believe that these practices also use spirits:
- In a book called the "Nature Spirits And What They Say," every thought has an accompanying spirit that is created -or- binded.
- Other sources also cite similar attributes about thoughts and how the ripple down into our world.

The other point that is stressed in religion is "shirk." When you use anything else besides God, it's kind of like asking your coworker instead of your boss for a raise.

The logical part that's something I never thought about before is why would you not simply ask God?

Because you are God? Did you make the universe? Why is one of the numerous "judgement day" prophecies that 'everyone will believe they are God themselves?'


Spirituality / Islam
« on: February 13, 2006, 04:23:58 AM »
Islam seems to be the most under-studied religion by many people.
Why is that?

Other / Transmissions from Michael?
« on: October 23, 2005, 03:27:04 AM »

What do you guys think about these types of information channeled from Archangels?

Psionics / For all you Pyros
« on: October 01, 2005, 05:47:50 AM »
This might be helpful, a tutorial AND a live video. I'm downloading the video as I type and I haven't read the tutorial but I heard it was good:

Projection / Astral Parasites
« on: September 29, 2005, 06:12:59 AM »
The other night I was half in/out, been getting paralyzed again, and this parasite attached itself to my back, while trying to make me dream about sex. Man it hurt like nothing else, so I 'powered up', kinda like DBZ, as pathetic as it sounds but it's the astral so power ups usually shake off any parasites on or around me. Soon I'll know some ritual or be stronger but right now I just use my imagination, intent, and will power.

Since I started qigong I've gotten wet dreams if I'm not 'getting the job done by other means'. It happened once, then from then on I'd realize it's a dream and stop it from happening, conserve my energy, and possibly have a lucid dream. Sometimes though it's a parasite that tries to make me dream about sex, and man these guys are strong, it really hurts I feel the pain. It's a big 6 inch circle in the center of my upper back, between my shoulder blades about an inch down. *shutters* I can still imagine it, a horrible feeling.

The power up didn't work last time so I just forced myself to wake up, did a ritual in my head (yea too lazy/tired to stand up), got energy flowing in my back again, shielded, etc... etc... and then slept. That was about a week ago.

I'm wondering if anyone else gets these type of parasites?

I have two theories, either my thoughts are too lustful, or I'm just too weak in the Astral and not aware enough.

Also, do these parasites have to leave when you are consciously awake? Did waking up just make me lose awareness of this pest on my back or is it still there. And... if I'm feeling healthy energy in that area does that mean it can't be there, or could it be there and just not be doing anything?

I wonder how often this happens with me not knowing, how man if any parasites are on me now? Are they my own thought forms or are they independantly doing this in the astral to random people/beings each night?

I'm just curious, all in all I know as I advance I'll be fine and now what to do, but right now I'd like some quick tips and some answers from the wise.  :biggrin: thx

Other / Hate to say it... hate to admit...
« on: September 29, 2005, 05:58:47 AM »
*This post is very personal, not to be taken subjectively. Please step outside yourself when you read this and take no offence.*

Yea, recently I've been going 'bonkers' insane, looney. My mind races insanely fast, the way I think has been changing so rapidly. Everything is coming out too quickly. And I've left the paradigm thought form of 2012 paranoia. I hate to say it[/b], but... the crazy twisted insanely fast acceleration of (how to describe?)... me, fits into some of the 2012 dogma symptoms.

I feel like I'm crumbling, everything about me, all my morals, theories, desires, ideas, goals, gone. I still do what I do, but how I think is too different, I'm not... me. I'm not a good, holy person, it was a fake idea driven by my ego to rise above others.

I have two theories, one is that it's completely personal. On a personal level I'm changing, probably because of the LBRP and other purifying rituals and practices. Maybe it took me personally 3 years for something dramatic to happen. I finally realized the shallowness and materialistic aspects of me that I tried to hide inside of my spirituality. Pretending to be a 'big man' spiritually when really I used spirituality, magick, qigong, to gain personal confidence, power against my insecurities.

Either way the 'awakening' came from deep within, it's real. But the way I went about it was very immature, anything I didn't do was wrong. If you do wicca, and not qigong you're dumb. If you don't belive in a 2012 demon war it's because you won't be a general like me. The thoughts I had, were all FAKE!

I'm nothing now, who the ____ (insert 4 letter word here) am I? I've done Franz Bardon's Soul Mirror exercise before and again now, still doing it. But everything is just like *meh*, I feel so fake, yet so real.

I'm scared that what I do will conflict with my judgements from the past, causing more conflict. But right now everything is just flashing past, I'm so utterly confused yet so ontop of what's going on, yet clueless... it's the weirdes, craziest, worst, and best feeling. Everything has a new life to it, songs have meaning, I like songs with no words now for some reason. I think I'm crazy... this is how people start going insane!

Basically, everything I was before is gone. Destroyed by some force. Inside me is nothing, just the reflections of my experiences continually interacting with my environment. Do I just sit by in my subconscious planting seeds of wisdom and watch the show? Is it that easy/hard? I don't consciously do any of this?

So my first theory is that this is personal, my false self has been realized, the big bad sargon guy has been diminished through awareness of his essence. Now that big space of fluff he used to fill up inside is gone, and I'm empty. Sometimes I feel incredibly lonely, and miss the old me that I could fall back on, rely on. This could be a step on the path, finally, I took a step... maybe... These side effects could be a natural thing akin to a kundalini awakening, shedding the old self, going crazy for a bit, etc... etc...

My second theory is that whole ascending to Mayan 2012 type 4th dimensional hyper existence. (I like to make really cheesy names, I do it with everything.) I am not the only one that has these 'synptoms' of insanity. It could possibly come from reading garbage on the internet, but I don't read that anymore. It could be from before, me beliving in that paradigm could cause these side effectsbut I deleted those beliefs a long tme ago so I don't know how it could manifest.

Either way, this post is exagerrated to express my feelings. I'm not sure if this is a serious problem or not, but I don't feel so. I just feel !@#^&^@*@#$@, something like that.

I'm probably going to read this later on and be like... wtf...

Main Hall / Rants, Roomates, and some Randomness
« on: September 24, 2005, 02:34:55 AM »
Well I have this roomate, he likes to watch movies. I'm performing my LBRP and I hear a car crash... thatcan't be too good. Either I have to stay up to extremely ridiculous times, or wake up really early.

That and my other friends get freaked out when I read about anything like this. I can't do it in secret, I don't want to, but I do need some time to rant.

Everytime I'm online or reading something, such as the Kabyllion, and my friend leansover my shoulder, I can literally feel his or her reactions before they make some silly remark. First they see what it is, and if it's for the first time I feel their brain go into shock. Then they get defensive, why? I don't know... maybe they're too scared to admit their's more to life than beer or a 9-5 job.

After the first few times it goes two ways, either they categorize me and the material as new age stuff, and make the same remarks when they see me reading/doing anything occult. Or, they make fun of me in some stupid ass way, like a ignorant 3rd grade student. I can deal with it, as long as I have a place to RANT and SCREAM like a PURPLE ELEPHANT  :elephant:

I have yet to meet someone that just says "oh, that's cool, what do you think about it?" The only person I know that has come close is my roomate, besides all the movies and noise he's pretty cool. All he says is "Are you reading that Magick stuff again?", but he says it with no conviction and leaves me to my own devices.

The only thing that pisses me off really is that I can't vibrate any divine names without shaking my apartment. I don't want people to think I'm a freak.I don't care but I actually do... I think I'm going to have to talk to my roomate and inform him thatif he hears odd noises frommy bedroom that sound like foreign languages don't come in, don't knock, AND DONT TURN ON THE TV!

Does anyone else have problems like this? I enjoy visualizing my rituals because at least in my head I'm in my own sacred place and I can vibrate as loud as I want.

Oh yeah, and I wanna know how people interact in public and social situations. How do I mix my magick life with my social life. When people ask why aren't you going out or to lunch I say, I'm tired, busy, what? I just say I don't want to. Or if people are over because of my friend, and it's time for a ritual, do I freak them all out by screaming divine names from my bedroom?


Magick / Rants and some info
« on: September 13, 2005, 03:44:08 AM »
There are so many abbreviations of ritual names!  :confused:

Sometimes I try searching for what the ritual is and I come up with things like Quantum Computing Language or something for QCL... :rolleyes:

I thought it'd be a good idea to compose a list of abbreviated topics, and links to relevant information but I don't know any really just QCL and LBRP. This is a rant/idea thread btw. Please tell me why on every site there aren't simple outlined instructions? (I know why but I'm ranting  :elephant: )

QCL - Qabbalistic Cross of Light
LBRP - Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram

About the LBRP, Why is each element (I mentioned this in a previous thread), visualized as blue, and why is the direction clockwise? There's also more things to ponder but I don't know if I should exsperiment myself or research first. The following link just answered most of my questions but I would like to hear everyone's opinions.

Is there a commonly known rule that recommends studying first and than acting? What are your opinions on the matter of studying first? I think only experience is the true teacher, but studying is part of the experience.

After a little *break* from my disciplines (kind of ironic, that sentance) I've been re-inspired, I have the same feelings I had when I first 'awoke'. This material world is one thing, but my desires to explore have returned! Ok I'm done...

P.S. I would like to apologize for some comments I previously made, a long time ago. I said that magick is obselete (sp?). I regress, magick is in no way shape or form obselete. I didn't know much about anything concerning magick, but after a brief skimming of certain magickal paths, reading discussions here and elsewhere, and the experience of the most basic magickal rituals (not that the most basic aren't powerful, just that most beginners usually start with them), I've realized... I was wrong.

I know the LBRP is sort of a process to cleanse and align, but the past few days I've noticed so many subtle differences, much of which I won't speak of... yeah so I'm done again...

Magick / New banishing ritual of the pentagram
« on: September 12, 2005, 01:48:50 AM »
The most common way of performing the LBRP, such as the exercise written about in Prohpecy's article 'Daily Magick Practices', has some flaws (according to the following link). I wanted to know what other Magi thought about it, I just started using Prophecy's articles and follow the Daily Magick Practices as well as my other disciplines.

The 'New' version's differences are as follows (can be seen in the above link, with comments):
 "When all of the flaws of the LBRP are corrected and the elements of the ritual are properly balanced, a New Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram emerges:

1. Facing east, touch the forehead and say Eheieh (I am).

2. Touch the groin and say Malkuth (the Kingdom).

3. Touch the right shoulder and say ve-Geburah (and the Power).

4. Touch the left shoulder and say ve-Gedulah (and the Glory).

5. Clasp the hands upon the breast and say le-Olahm IAO (Forever, IAO).

6. In the East, trace the banishing pentagram of Air. Vibrate Eheieh.

7. Turn to the North and trace the banishing pentagram of Earth. Vibrate Adonai.

8. Turn to the West and trace the banishing pentagram of Water. Vibrate Eloah.

9. Turn to the South and trace the banishing pentagram of Fire. Vibrate AGLA.

10. Turn to the East to complete the circle. Extend the arms in the form of a cross and say:

11. Before me Raphael.

12. Behind me Gabriel.

13. On my right hand Michael.

14. And on my left hand Auriel.

15. For about me flames the pentagrams.

16. And within me shines the six-rayed star.

17. Repeat the Qabalistic Cross (parts 1-5).When all of the flaws of the LBRP are corrected and the elements of the ritual are properly balanced, a New Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram emerges:

1. Facing east, touch the forehead and say Eheieh (I am).

2. Touch the groin and say Malkuth (the Kingdom).

3. Touch the right shoulder and say ve-Geburah (and the Power).

4. Touch the left shoulder and say ve-Gedulah (and the Glory).

5. Clasp the hands upon the breast and say le-Olahm IAO (Forever, IAO).

6. In the East, trace the banishing pentagram of Air. Vibrate Eheieh.

7. Turn to the North and trace the banishing pentagram of Earth. Vibrate Adonai.

8. Turn to the West and trace the banishing pentagram of Water. Vibrate Eloah.

9. Turn to the South and trace the banishing pentagram of Fire. Vibrate AGLA.

10. Turn to the East to complete the circle. Extend the arms in the form of a cross and say:

11. Before me Raphael.

12. Behind me Gabriel.

13. On my right hand Michael.

14. And on my left hand Auriel.

15. For about me flames the pentagrams.

16. And within me shines the six-rayed star.

17. Repeat the Qabalistic Cross (parts 1-5)."

The flaws seem to be logically correct, I did wonder why each pentagram should be visualized as blue. This is one reason I was hesitant to begin magick but I trust Prophecy's articles and perspectives on the matter. Thus I will continue following the LBRP as outlined in his article, and if I recall correctly it's your mindset that's the most important factor during the ritual, not the ritual itself.

I'm not educated or experienced enough to make the proper decision about this 'New' ritual but I'd like to hear others thoughts about it.

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