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01-08-2017 07:00 PM#91
JayRodneyⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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RE: Black Goo?
(01-08-2017 06:05 PM)Kreeper Wrote:  I believe.

I believe I am married and have three kids.

I believe it's cold outside.

I believe I have a job and go to work.

I believe I am sitting in my living room posting on a forum.

I believe lots of things.

The problem is that I can't prove any of it...


When you’re awake, you know you’re awake.

But when you aren’t, you don’t know you aren’t.

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01-10-2017 09:40 AM#92
Noah TallIncognitoAnonymous
 
RE: Black Goo?
Well, I am back...barely...

After writing my last comments here, I wound up getting locked
out of the house while restocking firewood for the next morning.

I had ran out to gather a few bushels at about 1:30 in the morning,
and a family member had gotten up for some water. The brisk winds
had blown the door open in the back foyer/mud-room, and feeling a
draft, they opened the adjoining door to see the foyer door was
askew; half awake and not realizing I was out gathering wood,
they bolted the door shut and went back to bed.

Leaving me locked out in a minus 11 degree blizzard.

Waking anybody was not a possibility, due to the layout
of our house...and although I had keys for the lock on me,
the door was securely bolted from within.

So I decided to weather the storm in the car, but on my way
to the vehicle I dropped the keys in the deep snow, and my
hands - already feeling the sting of the cold - became useless
in searching for the keys in the snow.

I decided to make it to a carriage/out-building about 50 yards
away. It seemed as if the snow got colder and deeper with
every step. Upon making it to the door, my frozen hands
could not manipulate the combination lock on the hasp.

Plus it was fairly dark...and the cold made the lock even
harder to get the combination right. I must have stood
there for a half an hour trying before finally getting the
combo-lock to open.

Without the wind chill, it was a bit warmer inside, but
I had no gators on, and was covered in snow past my
kneecaps. Long story short, I eventually curled up in
a moving blanket and waited for sunlight.

It literally took me the last two days to recouperate.

Still not feeling up to par, but thought I would stop by.

(01-07-2017 02:14 PM)Octo Wrote:  It took me a couple of days to ponder upon your question about us being "believers".

I spontaneously want to say yes, but believers of what?

Yeah, I didn't mean to ask such an open ended question, and
completely understand you taking your time to respond.

(01-07-2017 02:14 PM)Octo Wrote:  I believe religions are control structures. I believe in the case of Jesus Christ (if he existed as a historical person) that they killed the messenger and created a death cult around him. I believe the message has been delivered several times before Jesus.

I agree with much of this. It is ironic that Christianity has adopted one
of the Black Cube's permutated symbols, simply because the Death Cult
chose to crucify him on one. Comedian Bill Hicks used to do a bit on
Christ not wanting to return because (all those people), "ARE STILL
WEARING those CROSSES."

(01-07-2017 02:14 PM)Octo Wrote:  I believe there's a higher state of being/frequency/perspective/love/universe.

If that is god, I don't know, it doesn't really matter. It is an internal matter for me.

Ultimately, that is the answer for us all. How we comprehend that
Energy and those Frequencies in a matter that makes it a personal
experience with which we may find our place within The Whole.

(01-05-2017 04:53 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  Technically yes - I believe, but in a different way than most.
The NT Biblical account is simply lacking critical information, and the Gnostic Gospels paint a very different portrait of Yeshua on many levels.
Truth resonates with me at times and though not every word or book in the Gnostic Gospels library is unquestionably accurate, a lot of it isn't a stretch for me.

Being a Messianic Jew, I too believe in a different way than most.

I am not of those "who say they are Jews, and are not, but are the
synagogue of Satan". I am neither a Zionist nor an Ashkenazi; an
outcast and religious pariah to both those who claim Judah (and
are not), those who are Judah, (and "see not"), and even to those
Christians who claim to believe in "Christ".

Just try telling a Christian that Paul was a double agent,
the very person named in Revelation as a "false apostle".

But these are the same people wearing the CROSS of
the Black Cube; who call SATURNalia "Christmas" and
ISHTAR/ISIS/ASTARTE "Easter".

And yes, I agree with reading extra-biblical and even
pseudopigraphical sources. (I am currently rereading
the Bagavad~gita). But when possible, I prefer to read
from the source/original language whenever possible...

Except Sanskrit...that Lexicon is as thick as a friggin' phone book
and for some reason, I cannot seem to remember even the basics
of it's phonology or vocabulary.

(01-05-2017 04:53 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  Traditionally Rabbis are married, can't argue with that.
IMO, and from years of looking at this, I feel there is a good possibility that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene.

Agreed. Being married was a requirement...although I am uneasy
about claiming that Yahushuah had offspring, as this feeds into
the Sangraal mythos and offers credibility to the Merovingian's
"Bloodline claim" to the RIGHT of ruling the World.

So while I have read Baigent/Leigh...Knowing their standing
within the Brotherhood causes a certain distrust. Even authors
like William Henry, although there is much insight within his
work; he was enlightened/polluted by the tutelage of his
(now) late mentor, Sir Laurence Gardner.

(01-05-2017 04:53 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  No problems, we are equal opportunity offenders with memes and insults, but you really have to go out of your way to ask for it. chuckle.gif
There's always a time for study hall and satire, but this isn't one of those topics.

A question... ever hear of Roger Snow?

I agree about satire..in the "Stolen Car" thread I laughed repeatedly
at the comments like "Christ-ler" and the meme of the jet pack
Menorah. Things said on forums don't really offend me. I often
say that I am as "thick-skinned" as most are "thick-skulled".

So don't get me wrong, I love memes...it is just
the people who ONLY RESPOND with memes...

It is like trying to converse with someone who only knows
how to communicate by drawing on the cave's walls.

And...

No, I haven't heard of Roger Snow, either. I will check him out
before I respond again tomorrow...where hopefully, I can get
back on track with the subject of the Black Goo.

I hope to get back to my notes on Vella, but will leave with this:

Hollywood has given us many examples of the infamous Goo...

It is my understanding that, whether it is the Black Goo as
portrayed on the X-Files, or the Black Goo consumed by the
sacrificial High Priest in the opening sequence of "Prometheus";
all of these authors are COINCIDENTALLY speaking of the same
Black Goo...

..and to the Brotherhood's official narrative and Agenda, which
tells us that the Black Goo is the creation of an ancient, long gone
Alien Culture.

...and maybe they are not "long gone" or "Alien" at all.
01-11-2017 06:26 PM#93
JayRodneyⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
Posts: 30,620Joined: Feb 2011
RE: Black Goo?
So sorry to hear about the mishap, but been there, done that.
I had a car break down on me several years ago in the middle of nowhere.
The upper Midwest at -30 and howling winds can be a real game changer, so I spent the night in the car.
As fate would have it I had put a sleeping bag and a couple candles that I stuck in a coffee can to keep warm.
I rolled down the rear window a crack for the candle exhaust and lived to tell about it.
Talk about synchronicity.
I had told Octo a couple nights ago that you put me in mind of a friend of mine from FL that is Messianic Jew. Kinda’ odd eh?
Roger is a friend and posts here from time to time.
You can read a bit about his life here: http://rogersnow.atspace.com/HOME.htm
He’s lead a very interesting life.
I agree there have been hints of Black Goo in pop culture here and there.
I never really understood what they were cryptically referencing until recently.

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01-12-2017 02:31 PM#94
StrigoiMember
Posts: 180Joined: Mar 2011
RE: Black Goo?
This is very interesting thread. I have bookmarked.

Un Strigoi printre noi
01-20-2017 09:56 PM#95
ohnobodyIncognitoAnonymous
 
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01-20-2017 10:18 PM#96
AddeMember
Posts: 290Joined: Apr 2012
RE: Black Goo?
(01-20-2017 09:56 PM)ohnobody Wrote:  


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TY! I have finished two videos and did a lot of reading. I'm still trying to understand it all. chuckle.gif
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