Expiration Date On Neo's Passport ;-)

Don Croft
17 Aug 2008 13:30
Subject: Expiration Date on Neo’s Passport
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Egoli.buster
18 Aug 2008 03:44
Subject: Re: Expiration Date On Neo’s Passport
A friend sent me this yesterday. I had forgotten how old the Movie THE MATRIX really is. It was released in 1999 apparently. 2 years before the Feds crashed the remote controlled planes into the WTC, set off the explosives in the basement and unleashed the Orwellian superstate in earnest after that staged event.
The makers of MATRIX obviosly knew that something was going to expire on 9-11 in 2001 (or did they blow up the towers one year later??)
That would just add some deliberate obscurity to the hint.
I always felt that the MATRIX movie is one of the best of those thinly veiled revelations of reality.
In fact, don’t we all like to use some of it’s beautiful metaphors?
Like “swallowing the blue or red pill”?
The sequels were made to take the revelatory edge off the first and only real one, making it look like just another sci-fy movie with sexy actors and lots of special effects.
I love the MATRIX.
The book was written by an elusive figure named Val Valerian or so. Probably nom de plume. I once got 4 bound folders with printouts from “Val Valerian’s” varios internet presences. Lots about aliens and mindcontrol etc…
interesting stuff. Keep eyes open for more hints.
They hide them like this apparently.
Georg


Doing it all over Africa and sending it out to the world
http://www.orgoniseafrica.com
john
18 Aug 2008 11:18
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Presume that clip was in the first movie. I thought the movie was based on the work of Philip K Dick


Wonder what was the source of his insight was. My other favourite sci fi is Bladerunner, based on his book with sheep in the title. Minority report was another excellent one. He certainly had the monopoly of insights to the truer reality.

What you say about the later 2 Matrix sounds spot on.

I read that the Elementals were the source of the Narnia guy’s books, wonder if the Lord of the Rings was also them.

Val Valerian (a pseudonym) is/was the guy fronting Leading Edge/Trufax.org, so I believe. The first 3 Leading Edge books were good so I am told–always wanted to read them. I used to go to Trufax.org a bit but mostly commercially orientated.

Don Croft
18 Aug 2008 14:58
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Thx, guys–wonderful observations, all!

I read Val Valerian’s book (one of them, at least) in 1997, before I ever heard about reptiles, and it seemed contrived to me, then (still does).

Movies like MATRIX and Carter’s work, including X-FILES are on the masonic model, I think. These all encourage us to assume that the only way to oppose tyranny and corporate parasitism is with slick martial arts and other forms of gratuitous violence. The movie, V, is also within that paradigm, as are all the comic books. I think this is because violence is the domain of the world order. What we’re doing in the international chat sessions is assuredly NOT within their domain, which is probably why it’s usually so easy for us and, presumably, other informal networks to undermine their mass murder agenda these days.

I think it’s Freeman who did a short expose on this dynamic. He also pointed out that Chris Carter’s production company is TEN THIRTEEN; claims that he’s honoring the Friday the Thirteenth October date in the 14th century when Rome tried to wipe out the Templars, allegedly martyring Jacques DeMolay.

Contrast all of that with our approach, which is essentially peaceful and positive, though ultimately a lot more effective. The only violent revolution that approached success was the American one, in which only 2% or so of the populace were supportive and which depended on a lot of help from the monarchs of France and Poland. It was relatively non-violent, in other words, and resulted in a real increase in personal freedom, however temporary (perhaps ended by 1812). As in Africa, the only reason there wasn’t more tyranny after the City of London resumed control of America was due to a deficit of enforcement capability. Contrast that with the French and Russian alleged revolutions, which simply replaced one form of tyranny with a much worse form, also apparently masonic.

~Don

Don Croft
18 Aug 2008 14:59
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Thx, guys–wonderful observations, all!

I read Val Valerian’s book (one of them, at least) in 1997, before I ever heard about reptiles, and it seemed contrived to me, then (still does).

Movies like MATRIX and Carter’s work, including X-FILES are on the masonic model, I think. These all encourage us to assume that the only way to oppose tyranny and corporate parasitism is with slick martial arts and other forms of gratuitous violence. The movie, V, is also within that paradigm, as are all the comic books. I think this is because violence is the domain of the world order. What we’re doing in the international chat sessions is assuredly NOT within their domain, which is probably why it’s usually so easy for us and, presumably, other informal networks to undermine their mass murder agenda these days.

I think it’s Freeman who did a short expose on the masonic dynamic of fake, controllable revolutions. He also pointed out that Chris Carter’s production company is TEN THIRTEEN; claims that he’s honoring the Friday the Thirteenth October date in the 14th century when Rome tried to wipe out the Templars (presumably to take their money and eliminate that other, competing parasitic hierarchy), allegedly martyring Jacques DeMolay.

Contrast all of that with our approach, which is essentially peaceful and positive, though ultimately a lot more effective. The only violent revolution that approached success was the American one, in which only 2% or so of the populace were supportive and which depended on a lot of help from the monarchs of France and Poland. It was relatively non-violent, in other words, and resulted in a real increase in personal freedom, however temporary (perhaps ended by 1812). As in Africa, the only reason there wasn’t more tyranny after the City of London resumed control of America was due to a deficit of enforcement capability. Contrast that with the French and Russian alleged revolutions, which simply replaced one form of tyranny with a much worse form, also apparently masonic.

~Don

Egoli.buster
19 Aug 2008 04:17
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What I like about the movie is the metaphor of non awakened humans being batteries to the energy suckers while living in a completely delusional programmed reality. That’s SO DEEP for a hollywood movie…
Of course all the action stuff obscures that a bit, but it’s still one of my favourites.
Obviously that depth is completely lost in the 2 sequels.
G.


Doing it all over Africa and sending it out to the world
http://www.orgoniseafrica.com
Don Croft
19 Aug 2008 11:35
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When Dooney and Stevo were visiting us last weekend we were all sitting in my office, doing the chat session, when Georg brought this up. I stuck the MATRIX DVD into the player and found the shot so we could be sure it was genuine. I like the movie so much that I watched it the next day for the thousandth time Cool

It’s good to feel excited when the Hollywood mavens reveal key info, like the Coppertop reference to Pajama People, I think.

What I’m trying to do is to show that this level of disinformation has some tells. A tell is what poker players call an habitual move that an opponent repeats when he’s got winning cards or is bluffing. In this case, the tell that MATRIX is essentially a disinfo piece is the gratuitous violence that’s an essential part of the plot.

This, to me, is sort of like how the Theosophy-based cults (especially the cadre of CIA-directed channeler chumps) talk about ‘the evil new world order,’ the ‘Gray Men,’ etc., in order to sell Theosophy’s cosmology, which is essentially regurgitated, bastardized elements of Hinduism with some pseudo-Buddhist flavoring and pseudo-Christian terminology, like ‘Christ Consciousness.’

In the hippie days (my late teens), I used to get quite frustrated because the only people talking convincingly about spirituality were these lock-step cultists and they were obviously, at least to me, counterspiritual if one is to consider spirituality a heart process rather than mental gymnastics, behavior modification techniques and semantics.

Every time, since then, that I found a new group of people who seemed to be on the ball with spiritual subjects they’d eventually drop the Theosophy cosmology in the mix and I’d then feel like I was date-raped. The $#!+birds constantly track human spiritual progress, which is getting faster and faster, and field their guru stable to promote ever-newer versions of their old counterspiritual paradigm. It wasn’t until I met DB that I understood the mechanics of that. His very explicit explanations and case examples of this weird agenda were quite helpful and I’ve passed those along for the past six years. A lot of folks are catching the drift, I’m happy to say. Torkum Saraydarian (spelling is inconclusive, unfortunately, because this guy was kind of slippery) was the dark master in charge of the hippie/newage movement and personally trained all the popular gurus whose names you know.

Contrast this clever irrational mummery with any of the genuine religious scriptures: if one is willing to entirely ignore clergy, one can read any of the original books of the Prophets and gain ever deeper insights and inspirations that can be used for one’s own spiritual and even material progress. This is why those writings are called, The Creative Word.

If you want to be inspired by the New Testament, though, please consider ignoring all but the red letter verses, okay? Those are the words of Jesus, or mostly are. The rest is not only worthless, in my opinion, but mainly an attempt to sell Mithraism and other infantile Roman regurgitations that served in empire building and the subjugation of nations in that period. No wonder intellectuals were leaving the churches in droves by the mid-1800s Cool . See how that corresponds with Britain’s empire building process between 1640 and WWII? After WWII they had succeeded, of course, because the world odor was finally and firmly established through nationalsocialism and communism, then–pretend-enemies of each other Wink . Now, the world odor is trying to infiltrate, discredit and then wipe out Islam, the last traditional bastion of creativity and personal independence, and they’re not doing very well.

Theosophy was created by British aristocrats in their espionage agency in order to catch disenchanted folks who were leaving ‘the church,’ and bring them back under control. Fundamentalist Christianity was ‘advanced’ by masons in America at the same time and you can see why these two paradigms attract the same shallow people. The proof of this is that so many people flipflop from Christian fundamentalism to the newage movement and back again. If you haven’t witnessed that, yet, keep watchingg, okay?

An Eckankar devotee complained to Stevo about my criticism of that Theosophy-clone cult recently. She said I was being scammed. For all the reading she’s done of EW posts she had somehow missed that I am in the process of exposing this gargantuan fake religion as a primary mind control tool of the world order. It wasn’t until I named her specific cult that she got offended, which perhaps shows how well Theosophy can be hidden from its devotees and proselytes. I’ve only met a few newagers who didn’t say, ‘I’m not one of those newagers!’ Laughing

Generally, the newer the religion, the more pristine and undiluteed the Messenger’s teachings are but all of the Books carry that creative flame. I think the deeper spiritual teachings are never tampered with by ‘theologians’ because they simply can’t understand any of it Wink . Those deeper ones are the ones we ought to be aiming for in our independent quests for understanding reality and those are perhaps the unifying principle for our species, hidden as they are. The Pajama People, especially cultists, won’t be bothered with digging for real understanding because the programming keeps those endorphin squirts in the brain coming.

Ever watch a churchload of ‘nondenominational’ (read: CIA-controlled, drug-money-laundering, MK Ultra baby farm) fundamentalists emerge on a Sunday morning? They usually look like they’ve just had a Thanksgiving dinner and are happily digesting. If they miss a Sunday, though, it’s like missing a big meal for them and they start to doubt. The programming has to be constantly reinforced. All cults are like that, of course.

Not that endorphin squirts are bad. My only criticism is that this metabolic response ought not be dependent on clergy or MI6/CIA behavior modification specialists, nor should it be dependent on ‘fellow believers’ (read: brain police). When it happens through one’s own contemplation or examination it reinforces one’s faith.

Reich used to argue that the only healthy form of sexual expression with another person is heterosexual and monogamous. By today’s faux-tolerant standard he would be shunned as ‘repressive’ but in his day the CIA disinformation specialists (it was a new agency, then, grown from the same horse$hit that was feeding the old MI6/masonic mushroom farm) successfully painted him as a sexual deviant, therefore extremely dangerous to polite society.

I think the people who call me a hate-mongerer are the ones who honestly believe that their particular theosophy-based cult is genuine and that it’s in league with what we’re trying to accomplish on EW. Have you ever seen anyone successfully criticise Theosophy, before? I think I’m the first to do it in a way that intelligent people might consider reading. Otherwise, most of the people who openly criticise Theosophy and its clever, hiding proselytes have been fundamentalist Christians and not many independent seekers of truth are willing to pay attention to those folks, just as they may feel repelled by Theosophy-preachers incessant assaults and vamping on revealed religions.

‘Vamp’ is the top part of a shoe–the part above the sole. In social terms, it’s a woman who uses her charm to exploit men. In this context I suggest that their use of the term, ‘Christ Consciousness’ is a vamp; a seduction. The only people I’ve seen use that word repeatedly are scammers and nothing at all like the Christ that I’ve perceived as having lived two millenia ago.

People who preach cultism do it on the sly and will only open their mouths if they have a sense that they’ve got an advantage. When they express themselves in that situation they give off DOR. Gifters develop a fine sense of what DOR feels like, comparted to healthy orgone. Before gifting, that distinction was kind of blurred for most of us.

Carol feels strongly that the orgonite that’s already been distributed in the world is moving humanity more rapidly toward accountability and freedom from tyranny. Watch these poisonmongers squirm as this becomes more and more evident.

I really, really never liked that ‘daterape’ feeling and, now, I feel like I’m getting some appropriate payback, finally.

~Don

Andy Schwarm
20 Aug 2008 15:04
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I surf the heck out of the 'net and I saw that piece about the Neo passport date the other day. I thought about posting it here but was afraid someone would think it erroneous or something. I worry too much.

yes Don, it’s all changing, people are waking-up, the veils are falling. All hail the People.

My ex bro-in-law is a major blogger-filmaker. I’ll leave his name out. Anyway, up until a month or so, he was a huge Barack Obama supporter, made all these pro-Obama videos, got them on Huffington Post, Daily Kos, Crooks and Liars, etc. All along I’m telling him in emails that the elections are fake, all those guys work for the dudes that own the banks and he’s pissing up a rope.

Then, he posts an opinion at Daily Kos, that maybe the National Enquirer has it right this time and Edwards really is a snake. My ex bro-in-law proposed that Edwards looked guilty because he avoided reporters on the subject.

Well, the left-wing commentors ate him alive, said he was a right-wing spy, he made all those videos so he could work his way into the left’s confidance then drop bombs or something. THEN, Koz himself bans the guy from his forum, because I guess he doesn’t want to admit he was wrong all along about Edwards and none of the rude, idiot commentors apologized for all the evil things they said to *** before they found-out they were all wrong! So, long story shorter, *** has learned some valuable lessons of late. He’s learned that the republican/democrat thing is pure bullshit, there’s sheople on both sides of the aisle and I think I even got his attention when I pointed-out that anyone who supports the BS gov explaination of 911 is in on it and needs to be shunned, at least. He’s lost his heroes, now maybe he can become one. I can’t wait to see what he produces now, now that his blinders are shorn and he’s pissed-off! He’s a very talented and passionate guy. Frankly, I think I have watched his world-view turned upside-down.

Like Neo.

I agree with Carol that orgonite’s made a huge difference. What else has been done? It’s like So Cal weather; if it wasn’t orgonite, then what caused the air to clean-up? The additional cars? The relaxed-ignored emissions laws? Schvartznegger? No, we did it.
LA is a microcosm of what’s been done globally, not just weather wise but also awareness-wise.

It sure wasn’t HAARP, DU and corporate pollution (chemtrails) THAT HELPED US WAKE-UP!

I think orgonite has helped the internet survive as a free medium of expression for MOST of the world. The reporters in China are censored from their favorite American-European sites.

I read yesterday that all the fireworks in the opening ceremonies were added digitally for the broadcast, if you were there you would have seen nothing. The Chinese Olympics is wall-to-wall fake. One of their athletes is no more than fourteen and the gov (red) gave her a passport saying she’s sixteen. A pretty child is substituted for an “ugly” child to sing. I thought the “ugly” child was cute as heck! There’s been suspect judging by Chinese officials. also, to make the skies look nice, they shut-down all the factories and stopped all coal-burning. To make the place look all-peacefull and clean, they arrested all the homeless and potential protestors! I bet you can get a kidney really cheap right now in China. Or a liver if you’re a drunken, soddomite, US gov bureaucrat. It goes on… All of this illustrates what a fake, orchestrated world we live in and people are figuring it out.

People are figuring it out!

Cheers,

Andy

Andy Schwarm
20 Aug 2008 19:04
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David
22 Aug 2008 20:29
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Hi guys,
Don invited me to the EW forum to report on any dolphin contact i may have, but i like this topic. so i hope it’s ok to throw in my 2 cents. sort of think out loud so to speak.
The Matrix movie does hide stuff in pain sight then focus on the violence as stated above. This is also true of the old “They Live” movie.
We talk about coppertop people at the cafe in the sense that pj people seem to do stuff as though they are getting the idea beamed into them.
Once i had the thought that the image in the M.movie when they put the cell phone to their head really does relate in our world too. like maybe re-enforce a mind program. Could have something to do with the many ways people are mind controlled. One of their many tools for that. There are still so many apparently thinking, smart people that believe Osama did the towers. That has to be the result of some serious programing, spell or whatever. speakerphone only for me. those things make my brain hurt when i put one up to my ear.

Once i told a guy that normally disagrees w/ everything i say that there are a phenomenal number of cell phone repeaters on top of all the buildings downtown, and he said they weren’t for cell phones-have you ever seen the movie They Live?
i couldn’t believe it, this guy and i agreed on something. i don’t know if he is exactly right, but i do wonder if those grey rectangular devices are really all for cell phones. there are just so many of them. We gifted that town pretty heavily, and the river running down to it, but there is still a battle in the sky between the big puffies and the weird thick blurry cloud over there every day.

On February 2007 i heard an interview w/ Sophia Stewart on the internet, and she claims to have written a book in '81 that is the story that the Terminator movies and the first matrix movie were taken from. She has a law suit, and is known as the mother of the matrix on the internet. She wrote “the third eye” that explains the whole thing. She claims to be a seer and the info just flowed out of her. interesting interview.

john
23 Aug 2008 03:07
Subject: Re: Expiration Date On Neo’s Passport [Image Can Not Be Found]
V. Interesting, here is a bit about her http://www.playahata.com/pages/inte…astewartpt1.htm

"They got access to my script around 1986. I sent it to them because they had an ad in a national magazine looking for science fiction manuscripts that they were going to turn into a comic book. I sent it to the Wachowski brothers in Chicago. I never heard anything back from them. I had also shopped the script around Hollywood to other places. I did not know anything became of the script until 1999 when I went to the movies to see The Matrix. When I saw it with my friend Seagram, I was astonished, just blown away. "

That is typical hollywood snake. Take your script, they even will lift it out of your head, Andrew Hennessey had music taken from his head.

Just watched Terminator 2 which is really good too.

The reporters in China are censored from their favorite American-European sites.

Most sites are blocked in China eg mine see http://greatfirewallofchina.org/

cell phone repeaters Not sure what they look like compared to the panels

Re movies Kelly sent me Dbs post on Mullholland Drive
http://www.whale.to/b/mullholland_drive_by_db.html

and here is a statue meant to be in Milton Keynes (I tried to find it once)
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and a pic from Eyes wide shut

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