Graphenium 0 points ago +1 / -1

Lot's of freemasonry references.

I still remember being a bit weirded out when he dropped ”The Grand Leveler”:


I’ve gotta give this new album a listen still though! Like you say, his/their production has always been amazing, and with great lyricism to go with it (most often)

Graphenium 1 point ago +2 / -1

Absolute Chad - I thought he quit rap and became a realtor or something though

This guy, Celph, and the rest of AotP were my childhood

Graphenium 1 point ago +2 / -1

An important addendum to all this is the Earth’s natural harmonic frequency patterns known as the Schumann Resonance


Graphenium 1 point ago +1 / -0

"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." - William J. Casey, CIA Director

He introduced the word in his book Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More: The Last Soviet Generation (2006), which describes paradoxes of Soviet life during the 1970s and 1980s. He says that everyone in the Soviet Union knew the system was failing, but no one could imagine an alternative to the status quo, and politicians and citizens alike were resigned to maintaining the pretense of a functioning society.[5] Over time, this delusion became a self-fulfilling prophecy and the fakeness was accepted by everyone as real, an effect that Yurchak termed hypernormalisation.

HyperNormalisation is a 2016 BBC documentary by British filmmaker Adam Curtis. It argues that governments, financiers, and technological utopians have, since the 1970s, given up on the complex "real world" and built a simpler "fake world" run by corporations and kept stable by politicians.

Graphenium 2 points ago +4 / -2

this is one of the shills favorite subjects to deride while they screech “SHUT IT DOWN”



Graphenium 2 points ago +4 / -2

Interesting - piezocrystals are crazy but I haven’t yet wrapped my head around them - is this effect somewhat like the Casimir effect in how it can “utilize” the vacuum/virtual particle energy?

Isn’t it funny that it all comes back to crystals? That’s another of the big “woo-woo, SHUT IT DOWN” subjects

Graphenium 3 points ago +5 / -2

Excellent post! This is one of my areas of greatest interest - coincidentally, it is also one of TPTB’s favorite “SHUT IT DOWN” subjects.

How can heat be moved across large distances without too much dissipation and equilibriation?

In my next post I will tell you how to collect energy that didn't previously exists and challenge the laws of thermodynamics.

Noether’s Theorem and non-time-symmetric fields? I’m of the belief that we can already prove the invalidity of the so-called “second law” - what mechanisms have you discovered or imagined to put that reality to work?

Graphenium 0 points ago +1 / -1

And now to take this system of signals and symbols, and applying it to the birth of a child, ... these are some of the only things we can define a person by.

Very interesting way of thinking about it, and that makes a lot of sense, thanks for sharing it!

Graphenium 1 point ago +2 / -1

Maybe try to have her recall the events leading up - where/when did she realize the delivery was coming, when did she get the the hospital, did she wait a long time before delivery or not - as I understand it, basically every mom in delivery gets pumped up with drugs like pain killers and muscle relaxants (not to mention the insane flood of endogenous chemicals and emotional effects!), so no one can fault them for not having perfect recall! That’s one reason why telling our stories is so important!

Even without the hour of birth, I think you’re likely to find some astounding insights, though of course they must be of equal or lesser accuracy than with the specificity of birth hour

Graphenium 0 points ago +1 / -1

This is the plot of the TV show “DEVS”

Not sure what significance that has - where did you hear about this?

Graphenium 0 points ago +1 / -1

Hey cheers man, thanks for the good faith response, I went from no vote to upvote, even if I don’t necessarily get it. It’s not always obvious which posters are genuine and which might just be part of a group “flooding” the forum.

There’s nothing much in your response here I’d argue with, frankly I think numerology is (in general) a “significant” source of insight, though each individual specific application one can “find” is up for debate, as any idea is. It can also be used as a tool of obfuscation imo.

Thanks for saving me the google of this system, but why is it applicable here, to Einstein? Wouldn’t some gematria system be more appropriate? If you’re going to pick one over the other for an analysis, I just would expect a rational

Graphenium -1 points ago +1 / -2

I use to think that way about astrology, until one day I found a post recommending people try for themselves and check the results without having made up your mind before hand:


Try to find your hour of birth, as best as possible (asking a relative or checking a document if you can).

I can’t guarantee your result, but I can say I personally was blown away by the degree of insight. Seeing put to words what had been acted out over decades, appearing, up until that point to have been - I suppose - “unique” and “non-archetypal”. I try quite hard to be rational in my pursuits (though obviously no one is perfect, we all have our blind spots) - yet I was forced to admit, internally and now sometimes externally, what appears to be a valid core “science” or “technology” at play in what today is broadly labeled astrology.

Looking at it from that perspective, I can see it appearing as a “local reverberation” of a cosmic pattern or cycle, interacting with our own “patterns” of life. The tone of this reverberation is unimaginably complex, layer upon layer upon layer of sub-tones and sub-frequencies stacked one upon the other. Some of the tones are from the earth, and life upon it, and you, and your family, and your ancestors, and the communities in which each sub-tone established itself. And also, there are cosmic tones which commingle with our own. I think that is what astrology attempts to “map out” for humanity.

If you’ve ever read LoTR, you might see some overlap in Tolkien’s image of Creation:


Graphenium 0 points ago +2 / -2

Numerology seems like it can’t mean anything if you need to use a different system every time

Wtf is “reverse satanic” numerology? Why is it used in this example?

Graphenium 8 points ago +9 / -1

But...you do see this...which is why anyone can produce a picture like this...it’s called a time-lapse image

What a retarded post

Graphenium 7 points ago +8 / -1

I think - it’s like the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil

Now that we’re aware, it’s up to us to choose one or the other in our lives.

{their} goal is to influence/lead us to choose evil over good, en masse

Our goal should be / is (imo) to do the opposite

Graphenium 6 points ago +7 / -1

Yooo!!!! I made it into the doc!

Didn’t think I’d be up for 3 hours on such a sour topic, but that was so well made (and the use of posts to tell the story was genius) I watched it in one sitting. Imo would be interesting even to people who never were a part of r/Conspiracy, which is quite an accomplishment for a documentary about a fringe message board lol!

u/foundring great job! Thanks for being a creator and embracing your gifts and the truth!

u/axolotl_peyotl thanks for fighting the good fight for so long brother!

u/clemaneuverers thanks for picking up the torch!

Graphenium 1 point ago +4 / -3

>says the faggot who literally upvotes himself multiple times every single time he posts

You are such a loser lmfao

Graphenium -2 points ago +1 / -3

No thanks, I’ll keep calling out the shills and mongoloids here, where they haven’t completely subverted the place yet

Graphenium -1 points ago +1 / -2

If you wanna wallow in shit you should check out c/ConsumeProduct

This is c/conspiracies


Graphenium 2 points ago +5 / -3

Real patriots make thousands of accounts to shill and astroturf - wait no that’s only meth addicted homosexuals who do that:


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