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Terence McKenna

Terrence McKenna the Omega Point and Eschaton

Terrence McKenna blazed a trail so far and wide that twenty years later thinkers can’t see to the end of it. He remarked in his last interview that the Omega Point is to science what the Eshcaton is to Theology and maybe it’s the same thing. If he he could only see the world now, […]

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Qeyapaplanewx

Qeyapaplanewx the Great Warrior Chief of the Musqueam

Qeyapaplanewx demands respect and deserves to be honored. Over 300 years ago Vancouver was his Kingdom, he was the Chief of the Musqueam Nation. His place marker overlooks the Pacific from a perch above the cliffs and if it were not for a memorial he’d be all but forgotten. Not anymore because I will always […]

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Nikola Tesla

Austin Steinbart Rocks as QAnon

Nikola Tesla Austin Steinbart is recent to me And to be clear, I have followed QAnon from it’s inception and always had the feeling that the information was useful and from a benevolent source. The posts were military style and evidently code written by an intelligence agency, or experts in that field. These are signals, […]

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Aunt Jemima

Aunt Jemima became a Wealthy Superstar

Alameda, CA – June 23, 2020: Aunt Jemima pancake mix next to a bottle of original syrup. The pancake mix debuted in 1889, the first ready mix, and became one of the most recognized names in US history The world knew her as “Aunt Jemima,” but her given name was Nancy Green and she was a […]

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Entry of the Christ in Jerusalem by Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824–1904)

Jefferson Bible and the Philosophy of Jesus of Nazareth

Thomas Jefferson managed to achieve more remarkable accomplishments in his lifetime, than anyone I have ever heard about, except Jesus Christ. At a time when Bibles were imported from Europe and costs a month salary, he edited and published his own book in 1802, and it’s a masterpiece. Thomas Jefferson used a scalpel and a […]

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Book of Enoch

Book of Enoch

The Book of Enoch is unto itself a most important read, not only for it’s historic significance but primarily for it’s testimony of gods beyond our imaginations (without these teachings). It’s fun and easy to read, there’s many free options but here’s the main: https://book-ofenoch.com/ The Book of Enoch (also 1 Enoch; Ge’ez: መጽሐፈ ሄኖክ […]

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Old Glory Remnant

God Bless America Indeed!

This is more than party politics. This is about restoring OLD GLORY. This is about saving our land and our people from those who wish us harm. This is about preserving our REPUBLIC. This is about preserving our SAFETY. This is about restoring our STRENGTH. This is about LIFE, LIBERTY, and the PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS. […]

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Patagonia

Douglas Tompkins: Wild Legacy

Of all the ideas ever enacted, nothing staggers the imagination for it’s achievement, than the conservation work of Douglas Tompkins. “If anything can save the world, I’d put my money on beauty” Douglas Tompkins Douglas Tompkins (born 1943 in New York) was an American environmentalist and former businessman. Douglas Tompkins was a world-renowned adventurer, entrepreneur, […]

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Jack Parsons

Babalon Working vs A Course in Miracles

“Freedom is a two-edged sword of which one edge is liberty and the other responsibility, on which both edges are exceedingly sharp,” Jack Whiteside Parsons an American rocket scientist. Jack Parsons in 1938, holding the replica car bomb used in the murder trial of police officer Captain Earl Kynette. Anonymous – Los Angeles Times. This […]

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Terence McKenna and Stoned Ape Theory

Terence McKenna and Stoned Ape Theory

In the early 1990s, psychedelic advocate and ethnobotanist Terence McKenna published his book Food of the Gods in which he surmised that homo sapiens’ cognitive leap forward was due to their discovery of magic mushrooms. Can’t get rid of Terence McKenna in my mind lately, then it dawned on me that the reason I’m meant […]

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