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al-Qa'bong
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The Spaceman, on AM 640, is warning about the satanic implications of the Triskelion.


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al-Qa'bong
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"Triskelion" or "triquitra" sounds a lot like "Triskell," a symbol that one sees all over Brittany.  I have one on my coffee cup.

Here's a triskell:

 

Anyway, The Spaceman made a connexion between "666" and the triskelion.  I did a search of "triskelion" and foound this page, which seems to raise a warning about Freemasons.

The Spaceman also raises the specter of the triquitra on Led Zeppelin's fourth record and the TV show "Charmed."

Is there a link between JFK's murder, 9-11, crop circles and the triquitra?


Fidel
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Yup, that almost sounds more believable than the low budget 9/11 Commission Cover-up whipped together in order to pacify sheeple.


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Phew... I looked that up and realized he's in TO, not Saskatoon.

My partner uses a triquetra as a logo for her work. Thought perhaps we might have some bible thumpers and end-timers turning up outside our door.

Just listening to him right now. Does he just go on like that for two hours? Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!


al-Qa'bong
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A store in Toronto called "Conspiracy Culture" is one of its sponsors.  Oh look; it has a website!

I hear that show on Saturdays after the Leaf broadcasts.  During the week there's a show called "Coast to Coast: with George Norrie," that's almost as bad.  Listening to these shows is like reading certain babble threads.


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al-Qa'bong wrote:

Listening to these shows is like reading certain babble threads.

No... really?

I found the fellow's dry-mouth was almost as annoying as his Shatner-on-ludes delivery. I could hear every time he opened his mouth.

If you want to read a wacky conspiracy theory book you should check out Trevor Ravenscroft's "Spear of Destiny". It's like the Nazis meet Doctor Strange (in the person of Rudolf Steiner). It is as hilarious as it is far out there, including gems like Hitler being tutored through a copy of "Parzival",  initiated and transformed into a magical demon, and Steiner being prescient of how the Nazis were trying to murder him, but not being able to act on that knowledge because it would be an abuse of his powers.

There is even weirder (and more annoying) stuff in there, too, which I will not share here.

I find many of those theories are interesting in part because they always start from a foundation of truth and plausibility, and there are often interesting revelations there. Unfortunately they almost always go off the rails into the realm of fiction.

 


Fidel
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Yeah I'm with you gaz. It's almost as ridiculous as grown men and women brainwashed into believing Elvis bin Laden is hiding under our beds and ready to clobber us with his guitar. Too funny. I find humor is the best medicine. And watchout for the ones who don't crack so much as a smile.


jas
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Silly Fidel. Not clobber us. Propel the guitar into the Twin Towers.


jas
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Nice designs, al-Q.


Fidel
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Yep, an entire generation mind-fucked by an invisible enemy. And you know they take themselves and their closet beliefs way too seriously when they try to lobby mods into banning threads that challenge their belief in the al-CIA'duh bogeyman. And then, eventually, they will try to tell us that we are the ones turning babble into a laughing stock.


jas
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All the same, I rather like this

 

I hope it's not making me think improper thoughts!


al-Qa'bong
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If you ever go to Parksville, BC, jas,  check out "Le Triskell," a French/Breton restaurant.  Their galettes de ble noir are pretty good.

 

I suppose the Spaceman would find this group's music Satanic:

 

Tri Yann


al-Qa'bong
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The Spaceman is actually making sense tonight.

He's talking about Egypt (natch) but at one point made the connexion between the smokescreen of the events in one tiny corner of Cairo and the Anchluss that Stevie-boy just agreed to with Barack Obama.


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We Await Silent Tristero's Empire.


al-Qa'bong
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Is it banter or is it waste; or are the two synonymous?


Fidel
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What if it's baster, a combination of banter and waste?


al-Qa'bong
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I waited until "Leaf Talk" was over to go out and clean up the sidewalk, etc., but I left the computer tuned to AM640 while I was outside.  I came in from shovelling snow (the bike ride will be a challenge tomorrow) and found "Coast to Coast" was on.  Apparently George Noory has an alien abduction game on his site.

 

Why, yes he has.

The game I found was posted in 2004, so I don't know if this is the game he's talking about tonight.


al-Qa'bong
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The Spaceman put Charlie Sheen's recent comments into perspective last night.  Sheen isn't a drug-addled crazy person; as a member of the Illuminati, he really is a Martian warlock with tiger's blood. He's just telling it like it is, and is a bit frustrated at having to keep reining in his superior alien Illuminati powers all the time.

Here's an internet discussion about the program.  It's a little hard to follow if you haven't heard the show.


6079_Smith_W
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Now if he had said he was one of David Icke's shape-shifting space lizards I might believe him.

 


al-Qa'bong
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Sheen used his Illuminati connexions to inform us that the US commission report on 9/11 was "an absolute fairytale, a complete work of fiction."


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al-Qa'bong wrote:

Is there a link between JFK's murder, 9-11, crop circles and the triquitra?

Cue the theremin:

 


Fidel
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Of wardrobe and equipment malfunctions M.I.T. kids' crop circle attempt yields an interesting (and totally inadvertent) result


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Eerily similar to the Treyarch symbol.

 

Treyarch are the software developers who came out with the latest Call of Duty game.

 

http://www.treyarch.com/

 

As some of you may be unaware this game is being used to indoctrinate the young military aged persons of today into serving in tomorrow's war.


Hurtin Albertan
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What did the MIT study come up with? 

I'm afraid to click on the link for worries that it might download viruses onto my computer or maybe something even worse!


Fidel
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Not much. You wouldn't want to send your kids to MIT based on the Discovery Channel's crop circle fiasco. Apparently people can create crop circles, but they can't reproduce the real deal according to this list of plant/soil characteristics outlined by Nancy Talbott of the BLT Research Team:

1) Elongated apical plant stem nodes (the first node beneath the seed-head)

2) Expulsion cavities in the plant stems (holes blown out at the nodes)

3) The presence of 10-50 micron diameter magnetized iron spheres in the soils, distributed linearly

It might be easier to stomp on some hay with a flat board. Then run down to the local pub for a cold pint and wait until the whole thing blows over.


M. Spector
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Yeah, when it comes to science, I'll take the Discovery Channel (U.S.) over M.I.T. any day!


Fidel
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If ALL crop circles are man-made, then scientists should be able to reproduce ALL of the effects of even the most mysterious ones. Experimental results should be repeatable.


politicalnick
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MIT = miscellaneous idiotic twits!


NDPP
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Fukushima Coverup: hold on to your tinfoil hats version

http://www.examiner.com/exopolitics-in-seattle/coverup-california-northw...

"deliberate acts of tectonic, false-flag, nuclear warfare...!!"


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NDPP wrote:

Fukushima Coverup: hold on to your tinfoil hats version

http://www.examiner.com/exopolitics-in-seattle/coverup-california-northw...

"deliberate acts of tectonic, false-flag, nuclear warfare...!!"

Ah, yes. All roads lead to Lyndon LaRouche


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The "History" Channel just aired a program on how aliens spoke telepathically to various people such as Jeanne d'Arc and Indian math whiz Srinivasa Ramanujan.

 

OK, this isn't a conspiracy, but when whoever runs the History Channel can broadcast stuff like this with straight faces, it's easy to understand why conspiracy theories are so attractive to so many, and considered plausible or legitimate.

 

 


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