CONFORMING TO THE NORM

We long to be friendly with the people we find ourselves surrounded by, even when they’re short with us at times. We mimic other’s tendencies and opinions which are usually backwards. We see black for white, and white as black. We mistake honesty for bigotry, and chivalry as misanthropy. We see misogyny as terrorism but misandry as humanistic. And amid human cisgender garbage; we think that if enough people believe something, well… then it must be true. We go along with these preconceived notions of the world as a collective basis for our epistemological existence, but we’re biased as fπ∑k We do as we’re taught. W E  C O N F O R M  T O  T H E  N O R M   It’s easy to fit in when you’re like everyone else, which is exactly the point. In the long run my…

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Words Don’t Mean What They Seem

We interpret words through their exoteric meaning, and not in their true definition of origin. English is a language enshrouded in mystery; much like the origins of the people who developed it. The powers that be obfuscate history though the language in which its written down, so it’s up to us to dig ourselves out of this (w)hole of mental enslavement and rise above this subtle linguistic conditioning. Simply put; words don’t mean what they seem, and aren’t seen as they’re meant. Do you know what I mean? Well, let me give you a few examples. Prestigious (adj.) Share150PinTweetShare150 SharesSubscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 702 other subscribers Email Address Subscribe

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Is Google Evil?

Everyone knows Google’s motto: “Don’t be evil”. But do they take this seriously or just pay lip service to this sound advice? Is Google really evil? You decide. Gmail Google’s email is called Gmail… how original of you, Google.  Half of you reading this right now probably have an account; it’s intuitive and free, why not? I do, but I am deleting it.  I recommend Proton mail, which is also free, but they aren’t evil, I don’t think. Gmail’s logo is undoubtably the Freemasonic apron. Why would they choose this as their email logo? Sure, the icon looks like a letter that we’d receive in the mail but there might be more to it than that… The “G” that is used between the compass and square in Freemasonry has long been questioned of its significance and meaning.  What does the G stand for? Some…

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12 Rules for Food

Here are a few quick dietary recommendations, twelve rules to eat by. If you can’t pronounce it, don’t eat it. If you can’t put it IN your body, don’t put it ON your body! (lotions, sunscreen,deodorant, etc) If your food comes from an animal, it’s probably okay. If the food is made in a plant, don’t eat it. If it IS a plant be very careful. Plants aren’t all they’ve been crocked up to be. We’ve been misled. Take what the so-called experts say and reverse it. If your great grandmother didn’t eat it, don’t even think about it. Whenever you see the label “Fat Free” or “Low Fat” think Chemical Shit-storm. Count chemicals, not calories. When diet is wrong medicine is of no use. When diet is correct medicine is of no need. He that takes medicine and neglects diet, wastes the skill of the physician. –…

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The Naive Vegetarian

There is . . . but one categorical imperative: Act only on that maxim whereby thou canst at the same time will that it should become a universal law.  –Immanuel Kant. (The Categorical Imperative.) via: Second-Opinions.co.uk Forms of vegetarianism Animal farming is an efficient use of land The British situation A fishy problem The killing of animals for food is not morally wrong We are not a vegetarian species Fossil evidence Fats and brain size Toxicity of raw vegetables ‘Homo carnivorus’ The diet revolutions The meat vitamin: B-12 Vegetarianism and militancy Vegetarianism — a form of child abuse But isn’t vegetarianism healthier? Vegetarianism and coronary disease Vegetarianism and cancer Vegetarians and tuberculosis Vegetarians and Alzheimer’s disease Vegetarians and salmonella How safe is soybean? Soy milk for children Soybean and cancer The vegetarian’s dilemma Vegetarianism and the environment Genetic modification for vegetarians Animals and the…

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Ancient Megalithic Structures of Druidry & Hebrew Israelites

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by Sven Longshanks: Who were the Megalith builders in Britain, and what purpose did their stone structures serve? Although the common belief is that they were Pagans, there is a wealth of evidence to show that they were the Hebrews and the Sethites of the Bible, and that Druidry was descended from Patriarchal practices. Above: Clach an Trushel Menhir, Scotland. There are five main types of these stone structures that are found all over Britain:   Menhirs – Single upright stones       Cairns – Piles of rocks, usually in a cone shape         Dolmens – A stone slab on three or more uprights         Cromlechs – A circle of stones sometimes enclosing dolmens or barrows (tombs)       Tumuli – Mounds of earth and stones covering a burial chamber         These types of…

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How To Win An Argument Every Time

Step 1. Purposefully misinterpret the opponent’s argument to make it easier to attack.  Step 2. Use emotion to your advantage.  Turn the opponent into a villain by making their opinion seem inherently ignoble and cruel.  Step 3. Call them an idiot. Share9PinTweetShare9 SharesSubscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 702 other subscribers Email Address Subscribe

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