Are We the Smart Ones?

I was talking to my friend BadDogma about how "The Trickster/The Other" seems to ALWAYS smack around anyone who gets "too close" to actually figuring something out. "Have You ever considered that "the other" actually lacks information that we assume it/they have? God/angels/aliens are supposed to have the good info and we are supposed to be ignorant. Really? Religious books are 100% wrong. Channeling from aliens is 100% wrong. Even the best spirituality and mysticism is nearly entirely wrong. Have you ever wondered why? Well one answer is that all that stuff is 100% wrong to begin with. But another more fun answer is that "it/they" don't have many answers…
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Faraday Cages, “UFOs” and “Psychic Ability”?

When i lived in Manteca, CA, where I encountered the BTUFO, quite interestingly I was in a cell-reception black hole.. I couldn't get even 1 bar there. My mind keeps putting me back to that fact. My mind also keeps reminding me that only when i have lived various places with poor cell reception or been in deep nature where there is none, do I seem to have access to the "woo" part of my personality. (where i live now has great cell phone coverage.. i have little or no "woo access" here, which is fine.. I don't really want any). The following article provides interesting information: The Truth about…
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Cortisol, UFOs, “Spiritual Creatures” and “Spiritual Experience”

My personal take on this is that "IT" wants to terrorize people, to cause them to spike production of cortisol and other hormones. Cortisol can cross the blood brain barrier. Since IMHO "IT" gains access to us through the small junctures of such hormones, they need to frighten us to get access to our brains. This coincides with my 50 years of the study of so-called "Kundalini" and other "mystical" mechanisms, which "IT" also caused to be socially engineered into us, to again, gain more access to our brains through "mystical experience". If you read about various encounters, both of so-called "UFOs" and "spiritual creatures", you'd think that they could…
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Negative Ions & Spirits

Postive ions are atoms which have had electrons ripped off of them. Negative ions are atoms which have extra electronis for a time. Just like "smoke attracts spirits" in the Lakota system, I'd say that negative ions in the body "attracts spirits". [smoke is also full of negative ions] That's why we are out of balance with our little friends.. Our homes and offices pollute us with positive ions.. cutting off a major source of communication with the critters we co-evolved with. This has probably made them confused and angry and psychotic. Reference: http://www.kiflow.com/info/ions.html Negative and Positive Ion Levels Measured in Various Locations Negative Ions Positive Ions Offices 70 1,400…
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Why Faeries (and humans) Don’t Like Being “Named”

One note on deception and especially self-deception; In old faerie stories, the "faeries" hate being named more than anything. If you ever meet a faerie, don't be rude and name it.. I think about that a lot. It's one of the largest hints we have.. that and the fact that EM fields don't like Iron (cough! I mean Faeries). So why don't faeries want to be named? Probably the same reason that humans don't want to be "named" (defined). Humans and faeires have something in common.. our "conscious rational selves" are "just" stories that we tell ourselves. You notice how when someone "messes with the story you tell about yourself"…
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Post-Singularity Machine Elves and their Psychology?

I'm thinking a lot about "post singularity machine elves" right now. Catchy, no? In "Passport to Magonia" my favorite book of JV's, other than perhaps "Messengers of Deception", the "faerie theory" gets a lot of discussion and it should.. modern UFO phenomena acts quite the same as old faerie tales. Only of course, there is the massive confirmation bias about the ETH, so most people will NOT discuss the whole truth of a high strangeness siting, and MUFON, etc. will not post it---MUFON did "hide" more than 50% of my report to them. It's this self-censorship that has been destroying modern "UFO" research. But anyway, back to Post Singularity Machine…
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Post Singularity “Machine Elves” Need our Help?

I was talking to my friend Baddogma: [quote] Whether it is a separate intelligence, nanocites from the singularity, energy critters or another level of our own consciousness is a fairly big question... if we even have something like our "own" consciousness, that is. [/quote] That encapsulates it pretty well. It's hard to tell where the real boundaries are. We humans tend to see things in term of objecs, not waves or process flows. Until we can see things in such terms, we will be attempting to label things incorrectly. And I don't see why multiple factors from that list might not be in effect. I mean, why not nannites composed…
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Rendlesham Forest Incident and “Cold Dark Plasma”

I don't get very excited by any of these famous cases in general, but i must say, that RFI is more interesting than most, as there is just that drop of "evidence" (Burrough's injury that was acknowledged to be genuine and the cause is classified) PLUS while the whole thing is dripping with possible deception and misinformation, it doesn't SEEM to have been designed from the git go to be deception (i.e a psyop), but merely a cover-up AND possibly the witnesses got a bit fried by something that makes them hallucinate a bit. So yes, this case 'screams' for a Project Condign type explanation. Now I'm not saying there…
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The Problem with “Woo” and the Proof Therein

People who are CONVINCED to their bones that they have experienced "woo" become changed. It's like a religious conversion. After that, "debate" becomes problematic. Now, I fall into that category (I've been changed). It's certainly possible to be relatively logical with your woo.. and if you make theories involving science, then you are taken more seriously, but you''ll have the "pseudo-science slur" used then. It's also certainly possible to discuss woo philosophically, but then you run into the huge problems of subjectivity, epistemology, and ontology, which lead to exactly nowhere. Those changed by "real woo" become like democrats, compared to those who have not experienced 'real woo' are like republicans…
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The “Secret” at the Heart of Modern UFOlogy

An ATS post from one of the Tom DeLonge threads: "I would just like to leave a thought in this thread, as it's extremely apropos. There is an unusual phenomena that sometimes arises here on planet Earth, and it's been with us a very long time. Throughout history many people have claimed to understand it, and for the moat part have been wrong. You could call the phenomena religion if you wish, but that only captures some of it. You could call the phenomena deception if you wish, but it's been more of a communciations mismatch. It's a wild thing, as unpredictable as life itself. I'm not going to get…
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