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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:57 am

Hey Grey - well, it's pretty quiet here - and that could be for a number of reasons - including 1) it's a shit environment 2) it's slow because there are no copypasta spewers 3) the art of bickering is not well developed 4) our members only speak about a subject when it has meaning to them 5) no one can be arsed anymore - etc etc.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by greycircle » Tue Feb 20, 2018 7:11 pm

Understood. This is also a crowd of people that understand the world in such a profound way that putting it into words is almost not possible at times. I don't know about you but it seems like I hit a level of knowledge finally at which the big show was not as dramatic and became mundane. I guess maybe desensitized to a world run by psychopaths. I remember the days when I was still on the hunt for details in an effort to confirm if what I thought I saw was true. After I understood that it was all true a sort of verbal and mental shift set in similar to silence. Like, what else is to be said about it all?

Ever seen that movie "Pi The Movie?" Remember near the end of the movie the main character is just sitting on a bench speechless? Sort of like that. If you have not watched it you would probably dig it. Right down your alley.
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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Tue Feb 20, 2018 7:49 pm

I don't know about you but it seems like I hit a level of knowledge finally at which the big show was not as dramatic and became mundane
The Big Show Reality - and most of the people that are immersed in it - are so far removed from my perception of how things actually are that I sometimes wonder if I'm mad. I am the odd one out. Sometimes I consider re-insertion back into the matrix might be a good thing, but my sense of self overrides the urge and says 'you were born this way - and you gotta make the best of it'. There may be a reason for me to exist as such - and there may not - either way, go with your flow.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by greycircle » Tue Feb 20, 2018 9:07 pm

Sometimes I consider re-insertion back into the matrix might be a good thing, but my sense of self overrides the urge
You might pull it off physically by putting your body back into it, but the mind, it won't go. You stuck in the madhouse forever bro. *uhh^

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Wed Feb 21, 2018 12:47 am

Things may be about to turn a little sombre.

More and more are waking each morning from dreamless slumber to a reality from which they feel foreign.

Denial is a powerful emotion. It can sustain itself until the very last second. The moment before realisation.

It's okay to be afraid of what might be. It's what we do when it arrives that is the measure of us.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by greycircle » Fri Feb 23, 2018 3:46 am

Have you been watching the Q thing? What is your take on all that. At first I thought it was a larper and now it looks more psyop to me.
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Post by C_D » Sat Feb 24, 2018 10:08 am

QAnon - does it matter whether it's real or not? Those that take an interest in the machinations of statecraft have a mindset attuned to receiving anything that sounds of interest to it. I think it's someone who has studied statecraft for a long time and is having some fun with it.

What is real, anymore?

Anything beyond your immediate surroundings, that which you personally experience through your own senses - sight, sound and touch - is potentially unreal. TV is a transmission mechanism to fill your world with someone else's perceptions. The System - politically - is paralysed because there is no one in the political sphere with the integrity to capture and crystalise the current zeitgeist - if that's even possible. The merry-go-round is speeding up and many people are feeling nauseous, but are unable to get off, so stand frozen in place - and in mind.
The closer we come to the future overwhelming us, the more we shy away from confronting it.

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Post by C_D » Sat Feb 24, 2018 10:18 am

What isn't is far more interesting than what is.

I would suggest that focussing on what isn't is far more pressing - and rewarding - than what is.

What is is so yesterday, spent.

What isn't has potential, new.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Fri Mar 09, 2018 12:14 am

Habit.
Repetition.

We just love habit and repetition.

Fashion is dressing the same way as someone else
TV series are the same circumstances - over and over again
Careers are made from correctly repeating actions until retirement
Social Media is the fascination of self. I am, therefor I exist.

Your digital footprint is more important than your meatflesh reality

Your digital life is the wide open window to your previously unseen mind

An open book - slammed shut so fiercely - that it makes you blink.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Sat Mar 10, 2018 12:15 am

There is so little difference between the ideologies of Socialism and Fascism, that it matters not which shall overcome us.
A central command with absolute power of life and death over the mass of writhing powerless.

At opposing ends of the spectrum, extremists have awoken and continue to do so, now in their droves.

And in the middle, the bulk dare not look in either direction. They that want a normal life. No such thing any more. They find themselves afraid and alone in a turbulent sea, a cruel sea that only offers salvation in the seperate and distinct liferafts of two extremes.
Whichever they head towards, is between a rock - and a hard place.

As each new rule is set in stone, acceptance must be with zeal, or not at all. There is no space for anything but the absolute.

Everything is divisible by one.

Whim.

This is how Emperors are born.

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Post by C_D » Sat Mar 10, 2018 12:34 am

Hidden in Plain Sight is failing - and each shall make a bid for their truth, for there will be nothing else on which to anchor reality.

The most compelling truth will dominate.

Will dominate. Willpower. Willpower will dominate.

The most comfortable will. Or put another way, the least damaging to self will.

A whole lot of will coming this way.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Sat Mar 10, 2018 2:26 am

It's too late. We've passed beyond the non-event horizon into the realm of the real.

If you knew the date of your death, how would that change your life?

How long before the certitude of finality would you change the way you live? A few days? Months? Years?

The Exceptionalists have succumbed to the illusions of greatness. They are untouchable in their own reality. Mighty beyond reach.
Giddy with power. Conceited. Drowning hubris. Unshakeable belief.

Unbalanced.

Irony dictates a reckoning. Sweet for some; sour for others - but devestating for all.
Enjoy the now, for tomorrow may be a distant yearning.

The Indispensible Exceptionalists will suddenly find themselves The Isolated Hated.

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Post by C_D » Mon Mar 12, 2018 10:39 pm

They start from the premise that the war can be won cleanly. A technological advantage.

Sure, there will be casualties - mostly civilian - but it's expected collateral.
Will it be your mother or father, your sister or brother, your son or daughter, you uncle or aunt, or your friend? Will it be the old couple across the street?

What have they been up to - in their labs - for the last seventy years?
What has been developed that make nuclear weapons obsolete?

Who has developed the cleanest, neatest solution?

It will have to be seen, to be believed.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Fri Mar 16, 2018 12:57 am

It struck me last night that a very good way to lose weight would be to forego eating anything that wasn't made - fom scratch - by yourself.

I like cake. I love vanilla sponge with buttercream merangue icing and a hint of strawberry jam. I've eaten quite a lot of cake in my lifetime, but I never make a cake.
I'm pretty sure that if I had to make it - as opposed to going in a shop and swiping my debit card for a cake that someone else has made - I'd have eaten a lot less cake all together. Same deal for a lot of other food. Capitalism has it's drawbacks.

But seriously, it's getting a bit out of hand over Russia, isn't it?

We're not talking about a Trumpian 'shithole' country here - Russia is one of The Big Boys. They Who Do Whatever The Fuck It Takes To Win A War.

Oh goody, another cold war - a place in which billions of people live in an almost-intolerably constant state of fear - is upon us. As if it could get any worse. I just can't see nuclear armageddon happening, because humans enjoy suffering so much - and all that will end if the button is pushed - fast, then slowly.

We must, we absolutely must, shut down all the nuclear plants and remove all traces of radiactive material from our planet - send it all into space - before our infrastruture becomes too unstable (or destroyed) to support the demands of this raging abomination.

But frankly - and there is little time to be anything but - where there is no will, there is no way.

And where there is division, there is little opportunity.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Sun Mar 18, 2018 11:03 am

I had too much to dream last night.



Bit hungover this morning. Best to just tell it as it was.

Society had a different way of dealing with pretty much everything to do with death. It was no longer feared, but accepted as very much a part of the grand cycle of reality. The great taboo had been washed away and most people seemed happier for it.

If I interpret it correctly, death is a gateway between this sentience and the next reality - a state of connecting. WARNING: If you are squeamish talking about, or even thinking about orgasm and it's implications, do not read the rest of this paragraph. The French have a colloquial term for orgasm - the 'petite mort' (the little death) - and it turns out they are right on the money, not necessarily by happy accident.
Nature, in it's infinite wisdom and balance, shows us, at point of creation of life, exactly what death is like. It's a stunningly beautiful and poetic gesture. But then, Nature is stunning beautiful and poetic, both from one extreme to the other, so it's hardly surprising.
That which you experience at orgasm is that which you will experience in death.

This changes things. With the fear of death removed, society looks quite different. Very different.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by greycircle » Sun Mar 18, 2018 7:35 pm

But then, Nature is stunning beautiful and poetic, both from one extreme to the other, so it's hardly surprising.
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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Sat Mar 24, 2018 8:47 am

What happens to comedy within an ever-tightening, politically correct society when it becomes too risky to tell jokes, for fear that whatever comes out of your mouth might offend someone - and lead to a punishment?

Slapstick.

Expect a big resurgance in slapstick.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Sat Mar 24, 2018 10:05 am

It's a perfect set-up for a while, but once the cracks open up, the die is cast.

Those that rule are very concerned. The strategy of playing the victim, whilst holding all the cards, is failing. It will work again - at some in the future - but for now, the immediacy of breakdown shall force the hand of power.

Anyone following the trail of breadcrumbs will - probably reluctantly - arrive at a conclusion which they will find discomforting.

Discomforting because the truth is at odds with that which we have been taught.

It's a form of mass psychosis. Of hypnosis. But once the spell is broken...

We shall be ashamed at ourselves because of what we have to do to break free.

Freedom comes at a price.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Tue Mar 27, 2018 6:53 pm

The reason they've been collecting all this information about you, is to build a case against you should the need arise.

They collect everything. Particularly, your politically and socially motivated searches.

They know who and what you read online.

They know your mind.

The Thought Police are close at hand and you had better be purer than pure.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Thu Apr 05, 2018 6:45 am

The more wrong the righteous become the harder they dig their heels in. Investment in a scam is always painful - if even possible - to self-acknowledge. Driven to distraction by encompassing events, their own imagined utopia becomes increasingly discomforting when inserted into a distopian reality. A recipe for torment.

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