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Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« Reply #19111 on: Today at 11:01:15 AM »
Quote from: timebandit on Today at 10:50:19 AM
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What do you think the best thing about Heather is?
Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« Reply #19112 on: Today at 11:34:17 AM »
Quote from: Dr. MD MD on Today at 11:01:15 AM
What do you think the best thing about Heather is?

The Legacy!
Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« Reply #19113 on: Today at 12:02:21 PM »
Quote from: EarthAlien007 on Today at 11:34:17 AM
The Legacy!

heh heh

« on: February 22, 2020, 07:56:59 pm »
Vision Five -

The VC sunrise...

The VC sunset...

Please be careful on the joy juice Azz...

...I know, you go with your Doc's is best...but  how's about some tea?

Podcasts - ITunes.


« on: February 22, 2020, 07:43:38 pm »
Vision Four -

Heidi's right, of course, lol... ;)

All I asked Spooky (and Heidi) was why she finds value in being part of a stalker culture, that's it...

That was the awful, artless hammer of my Socratic inquiry, oh well..the question yet hangs like a pregnant ? over the twin gabs.

Such a simple question, such a trVthful question that in due time Aquarias divorced herself from Bart's stalker culture, never once deigning to cite my ban questions as elemental in her rettrat. One might think that DynaX, Mrs. C, Angie, and a few others have had their wakey wakey moments percolated through my simple old drip pot...

Bit I digress, your podcast amigo - yes VC (as you will see from the old Weiner post I revived) is still at it, still the most negative cop ever to be thrown off the force for tampering with evidence..uh huh...just ask him what happened after he sorted the evidence locker... :o

« on: February 22, 2020, 07:28:51 pm »
Vision Three -

Sensate or conscious thought?

Now consider Azz, are hallucinations really so different from creative visualizations? Is the athlete any less a visionary than the painter? Or do they work from the same tool set - creating in the mind, then forcing the body to perform/actualize the vision in the physical realm?

I think this podcast is fascinating too!


« on: February 22, 2020, 07:08:10 pm »
Vision Two -

But is the "devil" a "screen icon" selling gluttony and all manner of sins, as opposed to Lucifer himself,  the light bearing angel? I find it well nigh impossible to take Crowley or LaVey's word on anything Azz, they were indeed tools of the dark side and as such they are compelled to lie to any and all.

Is there meaning in life?


Is it usually what we personally wanted or can enjoy?

Not always.

As to the Q'ran:

That Mohammed was a pedophile is not seriously disputed. It is not an opinion. It’s a fact. The Hadiths say clearly that Mohammed would fondle Aisha when she was a little girl (Bukhari 6:298), that he married her when she was 6 and consummated the relationship when he was 54 and she was 9 (Bukhari 7.62.88).

We call someone who does that a pedophile, and put them in prison. In Islamic societies, such practices are customary. The Koran states that Allah himself considered Mohammed to be the ideal man (Koran 68:4, 33:21).

Is it any surprise then to us that Islamic enclaves within Western societies have problems with pedophilia and child marriage?

It has become increasingly obvious that traditional Islamic culture is not compatible with the secular liberalism of the postmodern West, let alone the Christian foundations of our civilisation. The cultural Marxists have only been able to pretend that Muslims could seamlessly fit into the multikulti sludge our societies are becoming by using the power of the state to prevent us speaking truths about Islam and the culture it creates.

Since the New Left hippies conquered the culture and the Boomers threw away their heritage on the New Age hopium that maybe all of history was just a misunderstanding, Christians have been on the back foot in the public space.

And despite all these outrages, all these sacrileges and desecrations of our culture’s bedrock religious belief system, we Christians don’t riot. We don’t get violent. We don’t drive over little kids with trucks.

Imagine there's no trucks
Rather than re-evaluate their universalist cult, the left always double down.
And neither should we. What we must do, however, is stop self-censoring when it comes to speaking the truth about the neo-Marxist ideology of those who rule us and the religions of those they have weaponised against us.

The calendar of saints in the cult of Western Marxism must be immune no more to criticism and scorn if we are going to have the free and open culture the New Left used to pretend to argue for. Martin Luther King was an alcoholic, wife-beating Marxist who loved having orgies with white women. Gandhi liked to sleep naked with his great-granddaughter, ate faeces and had views toward Africans akin to a KKK member. Marx was a drunken layabout who used his bourgeois status to father an illegitimate son with his maid, whom he ignored. Allen Ginsberg was a lifelong advocate for homosexual pedophilia. Obama was a gay cokehead in college, according to former classmates. And Hillary’s a murderous dike [no citation needed].

These are the talking points conservatives should have been using for the last 50 years to fight back against the left’s cultural revolution. Instead, the cucks on the fake right have provided a rearguard action for the leftist vanguard, holding the gains of the Marxists of a generation before.


Would a loving God build a planetary one room schoolhouse for the incarceration of so many souls at so many divergent evolutionary and ethical and sexual precipices?

Or is the physical realm the doing of other darker forces, forces determined to cull the wheat from the chaff from souls confined to a wasting meat tube of suspect spinal origins?

« on: February 22, 2020, 06:46:40 pm »
Seance of a Shaman

Vision One -

« on: February 21, 2020, 09:37:48 pm »
Third Stitch:


Heidi's alleged confusion?

..and he's always calling her...even to listen to Dr. J and hear NO mention of Heather, lol...

Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« Reply #19080 on: Yesterday at 02:55:06 PM »
Quote from: Rat Fink on Yesterday at 02:52:33 PM
Wrong thread. Dr J has own BellGab thread.  Big boo boo.  I am Rat Fink.

More than certain there will be Heather talk on that show tonight :)

 ;D :o ::)

« on: February 21, 2020, 09:16:37 pm »
Second stitch:


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But you're right Azz, one need not meditate formally if stillness can be found, embraced in quiet contemplation at the beach, park, or even in thoughtful work.

Think of it along the lines of the hypnagogic state which we all exist in. Also known as waking hypnosis. The trance that allows us to drive to and from work without ever recalling what was on the road or how we got there. That's an hypnotic state.

Meditation ( which is not hypnosis) can also be accomplished while active:

Active meditation is a great way to factor some zen time into a busy day. It’s also the ideal way to meditate if you’re the type of person who can’t sit still for too long. A couple of years ago, I did a Vedic meditation course. It’s an ancient type of meditation that requires you to sit still for 20 minutes, once in the morning and again in the afternoon. It’s highly effective, but I wasn’t able to stick with it in the long run because life got in the way. When I was meditating, however, the benefits were incredible—I was more focused, less overwhelmed by life, work pressure or my inbox groaning under the weight of so many unread emails.
I felt lighter, calmer, and less on edge.

Luckily, it’s possible to reach a meditative state when you’re in motion. I know this only too well. I was running the Copenhagen marathon in 2014 and I won’t go into details, but let’s just say from mile two onwards I needed the toilet badly. My tummy wasn’t right and even though a bartender let me use the facilities, I couldn’t shake the need to go as I progressed along the race course. Then, the heavens opened. Every time I ran, I needed to go to the toilet, but walking in heavy rain, sodden through, was miserable. And so I focused on my breath and repeated the mantra just keep going over and over. I was in such a zone that I couldn’t hear the playlist that was blaring in my ears or feel the rain pelting down. I just focused on putting one foot in front of the other, breathing and repeating my mantra.

Of course, we’re not all running marathons with dodgy stomachs, but life can be pretty overwhelming at times and while we don’t all have the time to sit still and meditate, it is possible to be more mindful on the move. I spoke with two meditation experts Adreanna Limbach—senior teacher at NYC meditation studio MNDFL and Karunesh Bodhi, an Osho meditation facilitator—to find out how we can incorporate active mediation into our day to day.

YOU may already be meditating and merely chafing at a the formal definitives presented. Be it biofeedback (Muse) or observation meditation (FHU) or breath counting (Yoga) or mantra (TM) there are many paths to quelling the noisy internal dialog and entraining the left and right hemispheres to function as one.

You get this, obviously. Nice podcast!


« on: February 21, 2020, 09:06:55 pm »
Suture Life

First Stitch:

Nice reading of Project Serpo. I've got the book and it's a dandy by any measure! Once again you've proven a bedtime story podcast is a great podcast. Ben and Aaron at Mysterious Universe have some serious competition. 8)

« on: February 20, 2020, 11:47:12 pm »
And lookie here at old Heidi Hater sharpening her fangs for Heather even as a warmup act:

Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« Reply #19080 on: Today at 02:55:06 PM »
Quote from: Rat Fink on Today at 02:52:33 PM
Wrong thread. Dr J has own BellGab thread.  Big boo boo.  I am Rat Fink.

More than certain there will be Heather talk on that show tonight :)

You are Rat Fink.

Folks, this is one totally obsessive stalker cunt!

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Health / Re: Disease
« on: February 20, 2020, 11:42:36 pm »
The Tulpa angle is I believe a valid one - these collective monsters from the ID - they war on us as much today as during the Inquisition and the Salem witch hunts.

We just substituted Trump for William Wallace.

« on: February 20, 2020, 11:40:09 pm »
LOL, he's 100% A-OK, though it's been a while since I checked in at "the hang".

Major Kong will always rock.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Mike Vara Reveals the Truth about DMDN?
« on: January 27, 2019, 10:05:57 AM »
Alright, folks. I'm done. This site has devolved to the point that it is nothing more than the back of an elementary school bus where we learned our first swear words. I'm 45 years old and I have no interest in this. I'll miss some of you. Take care.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Mike Vara Reveals the Truth about DMDN?
« on: January 25, 2019, 11:22:50 AM »
Quote from: VC on January 25, 2019, 09:36:28 AM
Nahhh, there's plenty more where that came from. Now be a good moron troll and head on over to the HW thread and shit there some today for violating your own "demands" about what anyone can do in this thread. Or, else...

You are the Manchild worthless troll here too.

You've totally fckdup this thread by mentioning HW here so many times. What's wrong with you moron? You need to go troll the HW thread now for violating your own rules by posting stupid shit about HW here. Troll away. Hypocrite.

You and Metron2267 are complete fools by your own actions and words about what you want and demand here. LOL.  ;D

Well, alright. I'm still going to fuck up your posts on the Wade thread until you stay off of this one.
Got it, Vara Cuck?

Say Your Piece / Re: Screen grabs
« on: February 20, 2020, 11:31:06 pm »
It's Over fancies himself some kind of living avatar/meme - like Asuka the "Joo hater" it's all part of their trite Ballgrab schtick.

Consider, what is the longest, most intelligible post the guy has ever written, about a paragraph...maybe????

Health / Re: Disease
« on: February 20, 2020, 05:57:27 pm »
Dean Koontz writes about the Wuhan 400 virus in 1981?

Key finding, and I AGREE:

The reality breakdown is occurring as we speak now. It is getting a rewrite and everything we think we know, that we question and satisfy with an opinion is being changed and repackaged.

I can’t provide total proof of reality breakdown but I can safely say that it is being heralded by a lot of synchronicities that seem to indicate that whatever is happening in our reality there seems to be a few glitches in the matrix that are proving that retrocausality is happening and that something wants our undivided attention.

...Something is at the dark heart of all things – something that wants a blank or even black slate to write upon something to scratch – something to mar and desecrate.

We don’t know who we are fighting for or who we are fighting against in the dark shadows. However, there are too many people who are cocksure that they have found the truth and that anyone outside of their comfort zone is simply crazy or perhaps in need of elimination.

Psychological life has a metaphoric character. Our perceptual life draws us into the world and our imagination engages us with it. Metaphors are dangerous, but not as dangerous as restricting their use in our most penetrating inquiries, haunting the margins of our thoughts.

The soul is a perspective, not a substance. It is hard to remain still in the middle ground if you feel like you are a target of God’s wrath.

Differentiating this middle ground, we find ourselves in way of being where we perceive and think that we are nearing the end of the world.

Guess those among us who have seen just how "predictive" science "fiction" and other forms of "entertainment" are will be downloading and listening to this Clyde gem, or at least I hope so.

Dr. Morbius?

Your monsters from the ID have finally arrived, sir...

YouTube / Re: Music
« on: February 20, 2020, 05:47:46 pm »

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