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Filledwithfire 1 point ago +1 / -0

How’s your diet? You may just have become more conscious of brain fog in general, which is easily attributed to your brain not getting what it needs via a proper diet

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Filledwithfire 2 points ago +2 / -0

Btw this is Chad Carpenter’s “Tundra” comic.

I was a big fan of his as a kid and even have a unique birthday card from him and have met him a few times since.

It’s true Alaskan humor. The only thing he’s guilty of is reposting some of his really old stuff. Great guy

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Filledwithfire 3 points ago +3 / -0

Has no one here listened to Brien Foerster or Steven Strong? This article does not hold water at all and is deliberate disinformation. Why do I say that? Because NONE of the serious elongated-skull researchers worth their salt go towards the idea that long-headed alien bloodlines and are ruling the world for their nefarious deeds. It may be the opposite; that aliens/angels/whatever have come to help guide humans towards advancement, rescuing us from the disaster of the last flood. Or it could be neither and elongated skulls were at one point an ancient race of human that has since been washed away.

The Annunaki meme is a trap, and the Nephilim subject is very, very muddy. Watch out.

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Filledwithfire 1 point ago +1 / -0

China may have a lot of military, but their weapons are made of paper mache and tinfoil. They have only ever intimidated others through the sheer amount of personnel they have.

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Filledwithfire 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes to everything except the equator for launches. If that were true, Africa, South America, and subtropical land would have been picked.

My understanding is that launch sites are chosen more for the weather, the atmospheric density, and the infrastructure.

Most launches occur out of Kazakhstan ro for their high altitude and thin atmosphere. Also the soviets were poor and too cheap to build anywhere else; but the fact remains it has good weather, a thin atmosphere, and is close to it’s supporting space agency with infrastructure to it.

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Filledwithfire 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’m part native and grew up around a lot of them. Still nice studying the esoteric, I respect them even more

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Filledwithfire 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is tricky because D Dimer also sees inflammation of other areas of the body, not just clots. It would only be relevant if some took the test before AND after the shot, allowing the test to show changes not related to conditions possessed before the shot.

If someone is living very unhealthy (processed foods, vegetable oils, lethargy, etc) then they are going to show inflammation.

I’d push for someone to take the test before the shot, so that the test after can reveal what changes occur in their body after taking the shot

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Filledwithfire 2 points ago +2 / -0

She’s probably dead by now and a clone or double has stepped in

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Filledwithfire 5 points ago +5 / -0

Good point. I myself have held a speculation that some of the talking heads will start slowly revealing that they have not been vaccinated and that they were ‘unsure’ of the effects and ‘shocked’ that so many people took it. In line with that is that I know there are far fewer people who have been jabbed than the media or government claims

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Filledwithfire 2 points ago +2 / -0

There’s evidence for a few alchemists (true alchemy explained later) who have achieved immortality: “the philosopher’s stone”

Immortality sounds good on paper, but in reality, there are only a few people who could begin to bare the weight that brings upon one’s self.

Do you really think you have the cojones to deal with all the stress of the word? All of the good news and the bad news? Always remembering close relationships that end because you live on but your companions die? Can you bare to see people live in ignorance when you yourself got the answer?

Again, most people think they do. But they are very wrong.

There’s an old Christian/Gnostic principle that speaks of God being merciful, because He allows us to pass: God knowing that humans weren’t designed for an eternal physical life.

The exception to that are the very few people who have indeed come to such an understanding of nature, the physical world, the heavens, the very matter of creation, that they are blessed with a prolonged natural life. The philosopher’s stone is not a physical object, it is a representation of coming to the true understanding of what the world is, what it is made up of, and where it is going. You had to have mastered your mind, your body, and your spirit in order to achieve eternal (or rather, prolonged) life.

This is what enlightenment is about.

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Filledwithfire 4 points ago +4 / -0

My grandfather was a highly published geneticist back in the 60s through the 00s

He has met Fauci a number of times, and stated that he never trusted him. He called Fauci a hack

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Filledwithfire 3 points ago +3 / -0

What you found is the reproduced conjugate geometry of the fundamental shape of our world: the torus

Magnetism takes on the same shape of

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Filledwithfire 1 point ago +1 / -0

They I used a lot of great gnostic researchers, but didn’t include Miguel Conner??? Shame

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Filledwithfire 1 point ago +1 / -0

This falls in line with what I’ve been finding:

“Aliens” are not space boogeymen that come from the stars, they are extra dimensional entities the same likes as cryptids, ghosts, and some certain UFOs.

I am under the opinion that they should not be called “alien” but be called (as before) Extra Dimensional Entities (EDEs)

To all of the soyboy scientism-worshipping cucks out there, it is more likely that dimensions are interlacing and interacting with each other than it is that “muh universe” is generating advanced life forms

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Filledwithfire 4 points ago +4 / -0

Soon they’ll be having sex through plastic barriers while wearing hazmat suits.

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Filledwithfire 1 point ago +1 / -0

You’re right to be.

I don’t completely buy the Tartaria saga, but there was technology at use during that time that has been thouroghly scrubbed.

It would be hard to reproduce because the few geniuses who are smart enough to figure it out are usually rounded up by dark money or dark government and used in the development of what we call “UFOs” which are just our most advanced machines ever developed.

They are good reasons for the secrecy because in today’s world culture, technology like this would be destructive. There needs to be a cultural shift towards actual peace and harmony before this advanced (yet ancient) technology should be released to the public. There’s some conspiracies that claim certain industries are already using these technologies in secret for competitive advantage and monetary gain.

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Filledwithfire 7 points ago +8 / -1

I think so, yes, and sort of.

Coral Castle is indeed amazing. A barely literate loner who could move multi-ton blocks into the air without machinery is definitely subject matter for revitalizing the art of moving stone.

I’m not too sold on the power lines being harvesting mediums, but there are some good arguments for it. I think it is very possible for power lines/elevated wires are able to gather static from our atmosphere, but conventional power generation does exist and is using the same lines. I’m under the impression that energy-harvesting tech is being used in our secret flying craft (and I say “our” in asserting the fact that it’s not aliens who developed these technologies).

I am under the firm belief that our next breakthrough (or rather rediscovery of free energy and levitation technology) will only come about after a society-wide deep dive into ancient philosophies, scriptures, and logic.

We (society as a whole) are literally “governed” by “laws” of Newtonian physics, relativity, and thermodynamics. Those that choose to break those “laws” are killed off and their notes kept secret. These “laws” are constructs that are limiting our minds and we must do away with them

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Filledwithfire 15 points ago +16 / -1

Energy harvesting from the aether

And frequency and harmonics based technology that allows for levitation and shaping stone

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Filledwithfire 6 points ago +6 / -0

Chinese explorers reached the west coast of the America’s, travelled inland, reached the Grand Canyon, and left evidence on their way.

Estimated to have been around the 1500s, so we’ll before Lewis and Clark

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