Category: Religion & Philosophy

the metaphysical and speculative

Prepare your mind

I’d suggest that this is a serious matter, not unlike the making of a will, and sooner or later you’re going to have to face this, especially with the new face of Britain.

Telegraph:

“I killed a burglar – and it haunts me to this day”

Wouldn’t haunt me in the least – no compunction at all and this is the reason why below.

Every person is expected to behave in a civilised way but in that dark split second when you’re 78 years old and a 39 year old thug comes at you in your own home with a screwdriver, then what would you do?

And now the second question – what would you truly do?  Honestly?  Do you even know?  [See the photo in the sidebar]

Some factors

1. Your past – was there any military in there, are you in a profession, or have you ever been, which required quick reaction time?… More here ...

Manchurian?

This Iranian woman could have been any of a number of things.  Rather than speak of her, I’d like to remind everyone that an observer should keep his/her eyes on three things:

1. Follow the agenda

From the PTB’s standard agenda of abolishing all ordered governments, private property, inheritance, patriotism, family, religion; creation of a world government to today’s agendas involving PCism, abolishing guns for the plebs, censoring thoughts, preparing for civil war and the many other agendas, e.g. Agenda 21, Kalergy and so on – global agendas are the N1 thing for any investigator to look at.

2.  Follow the money

Mark Felt’s dictum in All the President’s Men – it pays to ask who profits?

3.  Who the enemy would most likely co-opt

Under this heading come the Manchurians.  For a start, they’ve been a known-known for so long now, MK Ultra is a known-known, the psychiatric community and big drug houses – it’s all out there for those asking the right questions.… More here ...

How were your tansy cakes this Easter?

Yum:

Tansies took their name from the herb tanacetum vulgare, which grows wild across the United Kingdom. With yellow flowers the shape of flying saucers, it had various charming nicknames, including bitter buttons, cow bitter, and golden buttons.

Recipes for the simplest tansies are short and to the point. Per a “Mrs. Rendle”: “Pound a handful of green tansy in a mortar, add the juice to a pint of batter, and bake it.” As time went on, however, other herbs found their way into the mix.

A recipe in the 1588 Good Housewife’s Handbook used the juice of tansy, feverfew, parsley, and violets, mixed with “the yolkes of eight or tenne eggs, and three or four whites, and some vinegar, and put thereto sugar or salt.” It was then fried.

Essentially, it was a big, flat, slightly sweet pancake, with a faint greenish tinge.

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The candlelight of knowledge about to be snuffed out

It’s obvious, given my work history, that this topic would be vital to me … but it’s also vital to those not directly involved in education, who know what ignorance is and why the PTB are attempting to foster it something awful:

My students are know-nothings. They are exceedingly nice, pleasant, trustworthy, mostly honest, well-intentioned, and utterly decent. But their brains are largely empty, devoid of any substantial knowledge that might be the fruits of an education in an inheritance and a gift of a previous generation. They are the culmination of western civilization, a civilization that has forgotten nearly everything about itself, and as a result, has achieved near-perfect indifference to its own culture.

It’s difficult to gain admissions to the schools where I’ve taught – Princeton, Georgetown, and now Notre Dame. Students at these institutions have done what has been demanded of them: they are superb test-takers, they know exactly what is needed to get an A in every class (meaning that they rarely allow themselves to become passionate and invested in any one subject); they build superb resumes.

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Christians in Islamic lands

Not sure that the last sentence here is actually the solution:

Tragically, Christians living in lands formerly under the control of the “Caliphate” have been betrayed by many in the West. Governments ignored their tragic fate. Bishops were often too aloof to denounce their persecution.

The media acted as if they considered these Christians to be agents of colonialism who deserved to be purged from the Middle East. And the so-called “human rights” organizations abandoned them.

The West was not willing to give sanctuary to these Christians when ISIS murdered 1,131 of them and destroyed or damaged 125 of their churches.

We must now help Christians rebuild in the lands where their people were martyred.

Two things are happening here – firstly it is simply not safe in Islamic lands and secondly, Them, who are the enemy of both Islam and us, are the third player – Christians don’t have a chance.… More here ...