Friday, July 05, 2013



Anonymous said...

Interesting that you promote 108Morris108. Remember what he did with Libya ?

Anonymous said...

What did Morris do re. Libya - please elaborate?

Anonymous said...

Planting elaborate stories of Gaddafi loyalists victories, complete with fake witnesses.
Styled like a clown, it served to discredit truth seekers enthusiastically falling for them and recounting them to their friends. It's purposely obvious which country he really serves. Reuters (anagram) has 108 orange sun star dots forming big bad make believe myth daddy lying (double meaning) S-eten's one eye watching us, it's their new oriental ying-yang numerological fad for the ruling mass suicidal death cult's expendable lead SuckerS. 6*6*6/2.

Honk Bonk Man said...

Another Jew promoting Buddha? More nonsense from the usual suspects.Is this guy married to an Asian? Every wealth person in my county is into Buddhism. All this nonsense spiritual bs must provide a good living. Time to convert?

Anonymous said...

And this is the human problem: we know that we know. And so, there came a point in our evolution where we didn't guide life by distrusting our instincts. Suppose that you could live absolutely spontaneously. You don't make any plans, you just live like you feel like it. And you say 'What a gas that is, I don't have to make any plans, anything. I don't worry; I just do what comes naturally.'

The way the animals live, everybody envies them, because look, a cat, when it walks--did you ever see a cat making an aesthetic mistake. Did you ever see a badly formed cloud? Were the stars ever misarranged? When you watch the foam breaking on the seashore, did it ever make a bad pattern? Never. And yet we think in what we do, we make mistakes. And we're worried about that. So there came this point in human evolution when we lost our innocence. When we lost this thing that the cats and the flowers have, and had to think about it, and had to purposely arrange and discipline and push our lives around in accordance with foresight and words and systems of symbols, accountancy, calculation and so on, and then we worry. Once you start thinking about things, you worry as to if you thought enough. Did you really take all the details into consideration? Was every fact properly reviewed? And by jove, the more you think about it, the more you realize you really couldn't take everything into consideration, because all the variables in every decision are incalculable, so you get anxiety. And this, though, also, is the price you pay for knowing that you know. For being able to think about thinking, being able to feel about feeling. And so you're in this funny position.

Now then, do you see that this is simultaneously an advantage and a terrible disadvantage? What has happened here is that by having a certain kind of consciousness, a certain kind of reflexive consciousness--being aware of being aware. Being able to represent what goes on fundamentally in terms of a system of symbols, such as words, such as numbers. You put, as it were, two lives together at once, one representing the other. The symbols representing the reality, the money representing the wealth, and if you don't realize that the symbol is really secondary, it doesn't have the same value. People go to the supermarket, and they get a whole cartload of goodies and they drive it through, then the clerk fixes up the counter and this long tape comes out, and he'll say '$30, please,' and everybody feels depressed, because they give away $30 worth of paper, but they've got a cartload of goodies. They don't think about that, they think they've just lost $30. But you've got the real wealth in the cart, all you've parted with is the paper. Because the paper in our system becomes more valuable than the wealth. It represents power, potentiality, whereas the wealth, you think oh well, that's just necessary; you've got to eat. That's to be really mixed up.

So then. If you awaken from this illusion, and you understand that black implies white, self implies other, life implies death--or shall I say, death implies life--you can conceive yourself. Not conceive, but FEEL yourself, not as a stranger in the world, not as someone here on sufferance, on probation, not as something that has arrived here by fluke, but you can begin to feel your own existence as absolutely fundamental. What you are basically, deep, deep down, far, far in, is simply the fabric and structure of existence itself. So, say in Hindu mythology, they say that the world is the drama of God ...... In other words, what exists, reality itself is gorgeous, it is the fullness of total joy. Wowee! And all those stars, if you look out in the sky, is a firework display like you see on the fourth of July; the universe is a celebration, it is a fireworks show to celebrate that existence is. Wowee.

From The Nature of Consciousness
by Alan Watts

Anonymous said...

"Were the stars ever misarranged? Never."
Well, when an Asteroid comes crashing down
on your had, I would say they were, indeed.

"If you awaken from this illusion,
and you understand that black implies white"
(and peace implies war, Obama or-well 1984)
"reality itself is gorgeous,
it is the fullness of total joy."
Guantanamo is really a holiday club, right ?

"Huxley established contact during this Harvard period with the president of Sandoz, which at the time was working on a CIA contract to produce large quantities of LSD [...] for MK-ULTRA, the CIA's official chemical warfare experiment. According to recently released CIA documents, Allen Dulles, purchased over 100 million doses of LSD — almost all of which flooded the streets of the U.S. during the late 1960s. During the same period Leary began privately purchasing large quantities of LSD from Sandoz as well."

"Huxley expanded his own LSD-mescaline project in California by recruiting several individuals who had been initially drawn into the cult circles he helped establish during his 1937-45 stay. The two most prominent individuals were Alan Watts and Dr. Gregory Bateson (the former husband of Dame Margaret Mead).

Watts became a self-styled "guru" of a nationwide Zen Buddhist cult built around a series of his well-publicized books. Bateson, an anthropologist with the OSS, became the director of a hallucinogenic drug experimental clinic at the Palo Alto Veterans Administration Hospital. Under Bateson's auspices, the initiating "cadre" of the LSD cult — the hippies — were programmed." And the New Age NWO religion launched.
Dope Inc. - Britain's opium war against the USA (1978)

Anonymous said...

"Nihilism .. is often associated with extreme pessimism and a radical skepticism that condemns existence."

Extracted from the IEF.

Each to his own.

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