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"the emperor's gold for the emperor"

who wears the hat eg. marilyn manson "dope hat"
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amazing when you think of the full scope of empowerment, pervasion of authority throughout our lives.

what i call "referentialism"

"homespun is happiness"

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one of my favourite things to do is produce logical proofs/rationalisations for ethical behaviour over opportunism..

opportunism and cruelty are often advantaged and empowered by a feeling of intellectual superiority and privilege.. if one feels they have outwitted another, then it's "just desserts" to predate.. one is obliged to smite the weak.. cleverness is at deficit like that...

so, why is kindness provably superior to cleverness?


to be clever, one must look at things from various points of view, and then select what is of greater advantage..

to be kind, one must look at things from *every* point of view

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Something of a tiny thought-



I wonder how long until man realizes that everyone can add something to the whole of society, no matter what his/her test papers say.

How do we measure talent? How do we measure potential?

Is it by a one size fits all testing system?

Hmm. Just a thought I had today while signing up for September classes...
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one of my favourite things to do is produce logical proofs/rationalisations for ethical behaviour over opportunism..

opportunism and cruelty are often advantaged and empowered by a feeling of intellectual superiority and privilege.. if one feels they have outwitted another, then it's "just desserts" to predate.. one is obliged to smite the weak.. cleverness is at deficit like that...

so, why is kindness provably superior to cleverness?


to be clever, one must look at things from various points of view, and then select what is of greater advantage..

to be kind, one must look at things from *every* point of view


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buddha horse!

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indulgence... when is it not "okay"?

"let's indulge the question.. for theory.." "let's indulge the question.. as a purely technical exercise.."

the question is.. "should i sell my body for nasty people to drool over and fornicate with?"

is that an okay question, yes or no?

alright, next question,

"should i cut up babies and glue their heads together to make monster babyhead centipedes?"

is that an okay question, yes or no?


i think, we are forgetting ourselves by being drawn into a narrow scope.. it's not alright to indulge amorality, to fill the head with pernicious thoughts, to create monsters and let them roam free on the terrain of our spirits...


people like to sneak all sorts of things in when you aren't paying attention..

yesterday, someone posted this image of depression..



aww, isn't that cute, a little diagram of how depressed people feel really inside, it is so deep and sensitive and thoughtful!

everybody likes it, until i pointed out, it's a cheap excuse to put "self-loathing" over the groin

*never lose sight of the whole picture*
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Ha ha noraleader they just wanted to say this problem of depression is groin in the world.
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the plus side is that we know where it is, and it's not going very far!
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here's a few for the day..

* have you thought about west papua today?

* self-esteem can only come from within (did i read that here? good one..)

* (hours later) aah some other time, got distracted. that can happen
Damnit Bob. I can't believe this. SMH and LOL simultaneously... It's Tahiti, not West Paupa; would have saw you way sooner.

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online dating.. i wonder how the future generations will fare when breeding is selected by internet profiles instead of pheromonal interaction. online astrology relationship advice.. "you were born because my astrology forum said i should date your father/mother.."


other thought for the day.. when you laugh at an old man, it is he who is laughing. course, when i was a kid, my words weren't stored online for posterity. still eternal though.

let the kallisti liberation front ask you a question... what time is love?
what time is love?
what time is love?
what time is love?
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(the KLF were big back in the day, noted for eg. burning 1 million u.k. pounds during a small concert on the isle of man - something in your world to think about)

if anyone ever questions you, especially on an internet forum, make sure to act egregiously offended and proceed to wipe the floor with them.

no, no, wait -

the reasoning behind this, is that, especially if your material is weak, what you lose in "mature credibility" you gain in sensationalism. people aren't reading forums looking for everyone to be nice to each other, they want blood, shredded guts flying through the air, car crashes and derailments. bloody axe murders. this is what keeps people reading your thread. no one care sif you are just making tea parties and being polite, rip their innards out and prance around wearing them draped around your shoulders.

like mc 900 ft. jesus said, "truth is out of style". no one wants the truth in america, lies take art, skill, panache and real dedication. anyone can tell the truth. liars must be brave and earn their audience through sweat and painstakingly crafted labour. didn't depeche mode say, "lie to me, like they do it in the factory" - there, mouth of god hisself.
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there seems to be no terminus to the amount of triviality to matters people believe astrology can determine.. here is my natal chart... where did i leave my dunkin donuts rewards card?

allow me to modulate this supposition in a helpful manner:

if we are assuming that the position of planets affects all aspects of our quotidian existence, without getting into the details of free will/predestination rhetoric, but staying in a region of concern where we are intending to provide some assistance to the action of living.. be it siginificant matters or minor..

..if we expect that the universe is this tightly integrated, does it not also make sense that we will find answers, *anywhere* we look?

again.... if the universe is one cohesive, confluent, unified equation, if we have one manifestation for it, intending to find the actuality of another, then does it not follow that any manifestation ought to bear the same utility?

let's provide an example..

the position of the planets is somewhat intangible from most vantages in life, but there are many tangible things around you.. divination is the same whether casting tarot, tea leaves, or runes...

why cannot one cast *anything* ?

why cannot one cast from your sock collection?

all one requires is some way to transfer the particularities of socks into meaningful data... to be able to *abstract* or.. as it is said in astrology.. to *synthesize* from the parts...

left argyle toe touches the ankle of mauve knee-length.. your DD rewards card is in the glove box. argyle (pattern, integration) toe (access) = DD card.. mauve.. the colour of your celica's shag upholstery.. knee = glove box. simple, right?

read/cast from your current facial expression.. the objects in your field of vision when asking the question.. the sounds in the last five seconds.. all you need is the ability to abstract from one form/semantic into another form/semantic.

at the very least, this exercise in abstraction will expand semantic consideration and expand one's ability to sort data. at the very most, one may experience a profound and confluent functioning in the act of creative synthesis. own the universe. own it! its yours!!
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It's too bad you never got to meet Anca here on ACF. You and she would have found much in common of abstract. Maybe she'll return one day.
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i have so many stigma for cultural heterogeny, notably immigrating to the u.s. in 1980, abstraction is for me a form of helping people to appreciate each other, and i think for most people who are "very"/"engagingly" or "challengingly" abstract or surreal, it is the same i often enjoy more the company of people who i can give to, otherwise i feel like a bump on a log, because polycultural prosletysation is "all i do" really

eg. dubyadude didn't like my advocacy of awareness of west papua, mentioning tahiti, which has much more utility to people for pleasure and recreation (aamof i recently added a j&p "tahitian sunset" to the rose garden, very fruity, earthy scent, large blooms, lovely array of hues..) .. to me, this is useless because people in tahiti aren't being macheted and shot for sixty years by their "government" so that other nations can mine their land into slag (the u.s. government pays the indonesian military a mere $3mil a year to suppress the indigenous population.. there are so many pictures of people hacked up, a parochial students body burned to ashes, but still in the same shape, you can even see her school uniform). so i see awareness of west papua as much better suited to my purpose of helping people help each other, because i believe in the synergist dynamic, strength from many points.

and so, i appreciate that you took a moment to read some of my posts, because i think we always have the potential to gain from each other, as long as we are prudent and guard ourselves against those who intend to opportune on our openness and amicability

i think it is an american saying, "the price of liberty is constant vigilance!" .. which is why i love china's martial monastic culture!
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i like to read these kinds of threads in various forums as they catch and invite considerations not quite worth an entire post.. whichever topic i study, as an advocate kind of person, i do like insight into the community around a topic.. good erudition

of course thoughts would be something you generally feel an community of persons interested in astrology might find worth reading, but each of our estimations of this is likely to vary...

..here's my hazy morning thought for the day...

a short while ago i heard a bit by sadhguru about the personal intensity of yogis being perceived as anger.. his thought was that it takes intensity to actuate the step past the sixth chakra, and that for many yogis this appears as anger to persons who are in other stages of awareness. hmm.


the mockingbird around here likes to do this bit about saying "peanut butter" repeatedly as fast as you can as a gauge of anger, or intensity. if you crash and burn after a few times, you're not angry or intense. if you can pronounce it precisely several times rapidly then you are intensely focused.

i thought it was kind of interesting, not really worth a thread, ... i mean, how often do people think, "hmm, am i really angry, i'd better perform a test to find out.."

maybe performing the test is a way of switching from anger to objective intensity?
"How often do people think, hmmm, am I angry".....I wish they did.... It would save a lot of hostility from one another, because..so many people don't realise how angry they are.....and the effects this has on everyday life......you have to be really honest with your'e own anger....its a mars thing....so many project what they find.....dark and threatening to themselves...onto others, in order to relieve themselves....because it fears them so.
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there's an easy one *tiphat*

i don't think i've told this one here yet... if i have, you can check for discrepancies if so inclined

i grew up in 1970's u.k., which was quite socialist at the time.

the childrens programming of this era has been analysed for it's overt socialist content, eg. bagpuss. the wombles. clangers. magic roundabout.

in 1980 i moved to the u.s. and of course, back in those days when animation was a rare and wondrous thing, it was exciting to hear the united states had cartoons *all* saturday morning for children.

the smurfs, thundercats, gi joe, scooby doo.

i remember someone tried to turn me onto h.r. puffinstuff and i felt that in comparison to "the goodies" my soul had been ripped out and stamped on. i'll tell you why -

in all of the british shows, there are no antagonists.

the plots of these programmes are driven by some event or issue, and everyone teams together to resolve it, perhaps displaying their idiosyncracies in doing so. orinoco womble takes a well deserved nap.

conversely, the plot of the american shows is, everyone is happy having a great time making jokes and being cool, then some evil people mess everything up and nothing can be good again until everyone goes and kicks their *ss, then they can stand around laughing again until the credits roll.

every american will tell you how programmed those dumb socialists are to help each other out for the common good, no american wants to believe that their own outlook is a result of what they have been watching for their entertainment.

"military branch of the illuminati" professor griff called the u.s.a.

check out what curs those "my little ponies" are to each other, totally spiteful, and everyone is surprised that their children bawl their heads off and act like brats.

in fact, americans, and the rest of the world exposed to american culture, now believes that this behaviour is intrinsic to childhood, "that's just how children are" and if they ever weren't, americans would never see it, because they are "so well informed about the rest of the world via their superior technology".

that's the quick version, you can fill in the details and hate it by yourselves

i mean how ridiculous... "coooobrrrraaaaaa..." i'm used to freaking bagpuss, "we will wash it, we will polish it.." absolutely terrible the world is nowadays.

and, that's why. because people who despise each other are more easily riled up and turned against each other, manipulated for profit with little danger because they are so suspicious and unlikely to unify.

because it's not being angry, it's being *awesome*
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here's a dumb/annoying post that no one really asked for..

..not picking on anyone because i see it frequently.. people asking if their chart has indications of psychic ability..

okay, i was young once and i remember it and also the world is a different place nowadays, some things have changed, some things not so much. i remember the kids who had to go to the same school i did who did have more ability at a young age..

..and i think it's somethin gwe all have, have always had.. not the "starseed generation" but always, humanity.. the idea resonates through many cultures for years, as long as you want to go back and check what people were saying. of course, people didn't have the same reasons to talk about things.

with age in this culture, i have some more perspective, some more distance and autonomy from the things going on around me.. i think it would be torment to be in a packed high school class with 30 or 40 or 50 kids being able to hear all their minds going.. what a blessing obliviousness would be..

..and a lot of people do kinda "wake up" like that.. too much chatter, none of it pleasant.. surrounded by people with worries and passions out of control from stress and packed together like rats in noisy machine boxes consuming industrial products that have an amazing propensity for packing life into concentrated forms and allowing all sorts of misadventure.. if you think things are a mess, imagine being an empath in the midst of such things..

..of course, there are forces which intend to limit, suppress our multifaceted awareness in order to opportune, and predate.. and increased, individual awareness of them can be unpleasant as well!! to a certain extent, ignorance is bliss.. be glad of it i guess i'm saying... and don't worry, in time, the flower opens, don't try to peel the petals off, enjoy the natural course of the day, and that patience and acceptance and awareness of the natural course will be a useful asset.
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thought i'd share a pic of my travelling companion betsy. we spent a year living outdoors in NSW together, course, this is her posing in southern arizona. she used to be a looker back in the day but time passes.

once upon a time some folks decided to subject me to a terror campaign, so i figured i'd avail myself of my childhood erudition and invested in a device for increasing my idiot free radius. more or less

betsy is 63" tall which has plusses and minuses. betsy is no fun on a rock face or in other tight spaces. even with practice. if you spend a lot of time in rough country, she will try to kill you now and then, eg. if you slip, you don't just slip, you have 63" chasing you down and sliding across your neck. sense of humour. trying to climb or squeeze through or navigate brush poses obstacles as well, like anything, you get back what you invest in a relationship. a fine appreciation of logistics.

but it's all worth it for the laughs you get from the oversize novelty routine. "you like beeg one, meester?"

psychology is the only real benefit here. if betsy wasn't such an endearingly crafted specimen i'd have forced myself to leave her. as far as swords go, (which are only useful when handy or the ammo is all gone or too loud) the standard chinese broadsword/dao is imo the best general purpose cutter, perfected over centuries. jians, rapiers are nice if you're fighting people or fast, small things, but not against eg. cars. i have a 22" dao which weighs six pounds and could hack through a brick wall. most modern weapons are designed for cutting meat, if that, seriously, and are too delicate for masonry.

*of course, what i mean by "psychology" is "you'd have to be seriously crazy" and combined with a pair of jumping stilts (course, the halberd is fun there) we can rank that up a few notches on the stupidometer.
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thought for the day...

..the positions of celestial objects in the solar system probably isn't the *first* place people look for insight into the trials they face in life.......

..implying, that most people seeking astrological awareness are, or have been, faced with some volume of duress.


thinking yesterday, how do you punch a planet in the &ss?? yesterday i was looking at my chart and realised, wow, i'm about to have a serious alignment here, when is that going to be..

..so after nosing around for a platform that would actually give me the degree value instead of only a graphic depiction, i punched in speculative dates for the alignment, trying to narrow it down.. not next week, not quite.. a few more minutes to go...

..then, as i went on, the planet slips into retrograde right before it gets there... hey!!!!

....aaaaand, so i realised, that it's going to be a while... like, not this year.. a while before it's lined up.. and it was *just there*

don't you know i need something for me? don't mess around, this is serious.. i tell ya, that planet is going to get it..
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fyi..

many years ago i "dated" (set up) someone who said, their father worked for DHS dept. homeland security, and that's why their name ended with "ss" when that word usually ends with one "s". "secret service". ....as a matter of fact, everyone i've ever dated, throughout my entire life.. well past the age of 14, was demolay, or had strong crypto associations.

also take note of the cultural phenomenon, "teabonics," where common words are erroneously misspelled, on signs, forums, by people who otherwise show some signs of education and happen to be "conservative" or strongly nationalist...

having had years of experience between now and then observing cryptos communicate amongst each other on forums (eg. if someone is incidentally talking about "dim sum" it's not about chinese food, it's about keeping things in the dark, "dim some..") ...as mentioned a few posts back, most underground cultures communicate in public using "cant," or simply using double meanings and homophones.

and you can certainly see that here, as the cryptocracy has a vested interest in influencing any forum or venue where semantics, symbolism and cultural insight are concerned.

fyi! watch, and see.
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fyi *this* is what's happening in west papua

1600 arrests, forced to strip

of course these pictures are more tolerable than machete or incineration victims. you get 10 years in jail for displaying the flag.

and this is because the u.s. pays the indonesian military a mere $3 mil to suppress the indigenous population (and colonise for permanent occupation) so they can continue to operate the grasberg mine (freeport mcmoran, out of phoenix arizona). half a million dead, genocide.

course, indonesia is busy all over the region producing palm oil.

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i don't know what they're thinking. take a look at these people - you see anyone overweight or weakly built?
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I agree with you noraleader.

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needless personal anecdote time..

in 2009 i went into "refugee status" for a while and landed in a small town in NSW australia. nice place, proudly kept, reminded me of old british villages. lotsa stuff happened.

anyway - said community was in the interests of a mining/fracking firm, and i witnessed the community sort of wake up and realise they were about to get chewed up.

i watched the tail end of it over the net, it took five years, but they shut the fracking down. it was great to see.

my "observation" about australians (coming from arizona previously) was they were generally a little too civil, eg. raise your hand and wait to speak kind of thing. mandatory helmets for bicycles hahaha. it was awful to watch these polite people getting bullied (gas companies do that.. no tactic is too low, they will use subterfuge to wreck a farmer's business to encourage them to sell the land).

one year later, and it looks like NSW has passed some kind of anti protesting law... 9 year jail sentence if you're convicted of protesting..???!!!!!!


every young kid i see that chooses to be a fascist breadhead opportunist "career minded competitor" is dizzying.. when does mankind's greed end? the mining struggle was going on for years before i got to that community, they were only pushing for the next stage, so the "conscious" people spent more than a decade fighting to stop their beautiful countryside turning into a slag heap.

it was kinda funny... a few towns over, "singleton, NSW" if you look on goodle maps it's a giant hole in the ground..

..they used to have a tourism brochure.. these towns are 100 km apart from each other, so if you make the mistake of driving out that way, you're gonig to spend some money..

..most tourism brochures display lush countryside, trees and rivers n stuff. singleton's tourism brochure = a scantily clad woman in a room.. "we got hos".


so i've been looking for a job for a while, right, and getting to where i'm driving all the way across town to apply. so i'd be spending a couple of hours commuting each day to work there.

i look at these old streets packed with cars wondering how many people are driving crazy distances to work a job for a private agency there's probably half a dozen versions of closer to them. this is freedom of choice?

the problem with freedom of choice is it doesn't work so smoothly unless you make responsible choices. if you're trying to stick your finger in every pie to get the sweetest morsel, things become immensely more complex and more complex as systems develop to deal with the things that are $-crew-ed up, because one person thought they could tilt things in their favour with a minor deception.

this is why, for those of you who don't "get" karma, you don't remember things from your past life, while you ar ein a life, because if you experience the consequences of your actions remembering what you did, you will never drop your ego, trying to justify what you did. you need to forget in order to gain perspective, and once you're through with the life, then you can integrate. while you're in the in-car-nation

(get that? hahaha it's awfully clever isn't it! in car nation!!!! hahahaha)

while you are in the in-car-nation you have to be totally subjected to it in order to totally appreciate how badly the consequences suck on the receiving end.

fill 'er up!
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How far would one have to fall in order to break the sound barrier?

Weird thought I had today while looking at the top of the Empire state building.
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