17 comments25 Dec 2005 @ 05:48 by jobrown : Thanks Vax,
you're so right on! I love that: "If it is advertised it is not needed" . Booyyy, isn't that the truth! Merry an'Happy Everything to you -'n' some thousand HUGS!/
Yeah, I love that one too...
So, how's it going in Sackville? ;)
Pretty church. Lots of snow and a white Christ-mas?
Glad to see you're still able to comm., w' us.
25 Dec 2005 @ 11:47 by jazzolog : Is Your Computer Controlling Your Mind?
I mean, why not? Look at all the mind control at NCN: tons of Logwriters telling you what to do. And what about the Chats? In you go, and immediately somebody tries to engage you...in a tryst, a fight---and what if you resist? Ostracism and torture. You may even be dragged before a Complaint Committee! And then there are all these little pixels playing with your brain. Type "online hypnotist" into Google and see who you meet...and how easily it's done. Eliminate computers I say!
I'm sure there were cynics in the crowd at the Athenian amphitheater too. That Sophocles was brainwashing those people...even then! They sat transfixed by those masks and weird music...stories of horror pouring into their frightened brains. And what about church ritual? There's mind control for you! Some people even believe wine is changed to blood in your mouth. All theatre is mind control!
And how about the pictures those apemen were drawing on the cave walls? More mind control. Sitting there, looking at them in the flickering light: what chance did a neanderthal have? Eliminate art now!
Oops, what day is it? I just snapped myself out of it! I'm as light as a feather, merry as a schoolboy. Hallloooooo, hallloooooo.
Since your psychocognitive levels have been blunted by current Weltenshauungskrieg I won't expect more from you jazzolog. Your very well 'tailored' belief system will not grant you the pharmakeia necessary towards any real unravelling of how the 'Science of Coercion' has engineered your consent. The memes that you've ingested are 'self fulfilling prophecies.' And you think it's about 'Christmas?'
TVNL Editor's Comments: The news networks found the time to report on John Conyers today. The only problem is that they seemed to completely overlook his papers exploring the impeachment of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney and they chose to cover the bar fight that his wife got into. So let me ask you this…when news networks ignore the potential and warranted calls for the impeachment of a sitting president and report instead about a “girl fight” are we still supposed to trust them?
So…when will your outrage against the media reach the level that it deserves? When do we tear down completely the current news establishments and start all over? When will we impeach, by any means possible, the corporate media? When will we treat the members of these institutions like the criminals that they are?
If this nation ever wakes from its slumber every broadcast news criminal will be scared to be seen in public for fear of retribution. And in my opinion…until that happens we don’t stand a chance of defeating the enemies who have hijacked our nation. Think about it! – Jesse, Editor, http://www.TvNewsLIES.org
25 Dec 2005 @ 12:38 by vibrani : Oh Jazz
hahahahahahaha that was good. You forgot music and singing! In fact, all talking should immediately cease because it's all mind control.
Ah, yes, Vibrani. The point of your missing the point is the point.
The London Review of Books is beyond doubt the loftiest literary journal in Britain. While the rest of the world cheerfully dumbs down, the LRB adopts a stance of unabashed intellectualism. In the current issue we find Julian Barnes discoursing on Georges Braque, a critique of the work of the Polish poet Adam Zagajewski and an unfeasibly long and learned review of Plat du Jour, “an album of dance tracks on the theme of food”.
The Prince of Peace
"Supporting the troops in their mission as we pray for their safety would be wonderful gifts this Christmas."
Do you realize that all of this has nothing whatsoever to do with your being, your essence?
25 Dec 2005 @ 15:51 by judih : my mind, your mind, our mind
mindless emptiness rattling around an infinite universe.
ions hit ions, repel, attract, laugh and move on
(who hid the remote control?)
26 Dec 2005 @ 07:12 by jazzolog : Did You Check Under The Cushions?
That's where our remote usually turns up. Did a devious someone hide it...or through carelessness, laziness did it just slip away from us? There is a place near the TV set for the remote...but is it conspiracy if it isn't there?
I don't dispute the evil of the media industry. I want to see the Federal Communications Commission, in the US, restored to its pre-Reagan potential as a fair referee of the shenanigans. The guys running the mind control these days just ain't got no romantic imagination in their inductions. It's all neuro-synapse based...and the jingles aren't as good as the old days. Ah, what nostalgia for the sexier seductions of salesclerks of yore!
26 Dec 2005 @ 10:26 by judih : yeah, when a subliminal message
When the medium was the message
When we were all so occupied filling in the Lichtenstein dots that we didn't get bored watching Lassie. Ah, the sweet hypnosis of innocent interaction.
That's the point, dear lady, the "MEDIUM," ah, the "MEDIUM," ah, Hello!
The "medium" IS, IS, IS, the message. ;)
Fortuanately, or not, I rebelled at a very early age and that lead to untoward experiences with the 'status quo.' and unsuspecting idiota (L. Pl) who wanted me to die with them entranced by utter stupidity like Andy Griffith and Lassie and...
Hag Sameah! ;)
Hag Sameah lecha, vax.
medium rare? oxymoron!
got the message early on. Lassie went home and i went in the opposite direction. Look what happened to me? found my way home by running as far as possible.
me- d. yum
26 Dec 2005 @ 20:06 by joda : the funny way
to eliminate television would be to make it trendy to not watch TV.
we just need some mass medium to propagate the idea :D
On July 9, 1962, the US began a further series of experiments with the ionosphere. From their description: "one kiloton device, at a height of 60 km and one megaton and one multi-megaton, at several hundred kilometers height" (K.H.A., 29 June 1962). These tests seriously disturbed the lower Van Allen Belt, substantially altering its shape and intensity.
"In this experiment the inner Van Allen Belt will be practically destroyed for a period of time; particles from the Belt will be transported to the atmosphere. It is anticipated that the earth's magnetic field will be disturbed over long distances for several hours, preventing radio communication. The explosion in the inner radiation belt will create an artificial dome of polar light that will be visible from Los Angeles" (K.H.A. 11 May 1962).
A Fijian Sailor, present at this nuclear explosion, told me that the whole sky was on fire and he thought it would be the end of the world. This was the experiment which called forth the strong protest of the Queen's Astronomer, Sir Martin Ryle in the UK.
"The ionosphere [according to the under-standing at that time] that part of the atmosphere between 65 and 80 km and 280- 320 km height, will be disrupted by mechanical forces caused by the pressure wave following the explosion. At the same time, large quantities of ionizing radiation will be released, further ionizing the gaseous components of the atmosphere at this height. This ionization effect is strengthened by the radiation from the fission products...
The lower Van Allen Belt, consisting of charged particles that move along the geomagnetic field lines... will similarly be disrupted. As a result of the explosion, this field will be locally destroyed, while countless new electrons will be introduced into the lower belt" (K.H.A. 11 May 1962).
"On 19 July... NASA announced that as a consequence of the high altitude nuclear test of July 9, a new radiation belt had been formed, stretching from a height of about 400 km to 1600 km; it can be seen as a temporary extension of the lower Van Allen Belt" (K.H.A. 5 August 1962).
As explained in the Encyclopedia Britannica:
"... Starfish made a much wider belt [than Project Argus] that extends from low altitude out past L=3 [i.e. three earth radiuses or about 13,000 km above the surface of the earth]."
Later in 1962, the USSR undertook similar planetary experiments, creating three new radiation belts between 7,000 and 13,000 km above the earth. According to the Encyclopedia, the electron fluxes in the lower Van Allen Belt have changed markedly since the 1962 high- altitude nuclear explosions by the US and USSR, never returning to their former state. According to American scientists, it could take many hundreds of years for the Van Allen Belts to destabilize at their normal levels. (Research done by: Nigel Harle, Borderland Archives, Cortenbachstraat 32, 6136 CH Sittard, Netherlands.)
28 Dec 2005 @ 19:03 by swan : I agree the media is controlling the
masses and if one pulls their foot out of the sticky web, which is not easy to do, they would find that they have a choice. They can turn the damn thing off! Throw it out the window, stomp on it... If enough people turned it off they would have to find another way to try to get to us. I like the idea of making it trendy not to watch TV. I stopped watching TV for seven years. I don't think I missed anything. I watched again for a while and found it was wasting my time again so I am TV free again....Computers might be doing the same thing as TV, just as Richard said. You have to make conscious choices when using the computer too. Who knows if we can belief half of what we find on the net? As for being pulled into internet fights...resist...resist...resist.
28 Dec 2005 @ 21:39 by vibrani : We always have a choice!
No matter what we're watching, whether or not we agree with it or accept it as fact or truth. What about programs on the Discovery channel, or PBS, for instance? There is a lot on TV that is worth watching and I have learned tons from such programs about new medical inventions, new technology, new discoveries.
28 Dec 2005 @ 22:01 by swan : I personally am talking about commercial
television and the programs they run, and the messages that come from them. I have never had cable, and am not interested in having it, but I am told there are a lot of good programs,like you mention, Nora. I think it can keep people from experiencing the real world, exploring creativity and having relationships with other people.
If you stop watching TV for a period of time you can actually see this energy that is referred to here: "A TV picture consists of 300,000 dots of light, beamed at high power into the brain." It is hypnotic.
28 Dec 2005 @ 23:42 by vibrani : Public tv
yes, I agree with you about that, and even so I do enjoy a couple of programs for the writing and entertainment. I have been without TV for extended periods of time, and I didn't miss it terribly, but a little bit. I enjoy finding out what's going on in the world (helps locally, too), and having a show I can laugh at, to relax and just chill out. Having a TV doesn't mean one stops living, Swan! lol People do read, meditate, mingle with other people, work, have hobbies, garden, etc. and still have televisions. Tell a vision...is all it is. And you can believe that Vax watches TV, hahaha he sure does.
And you can also believe that Vibrani does not know what I do!
Why should anyone believe that, Vax?
29 Dec 2005 @ 03:19 by vibrani : lol
Oh come on, Vax. I know you watch television. What's the big deal?
29 Dec 2005 @ 13:56 by swan : I don't think I said people stop living
if they watch tv, Nora, I said "it can" impact living. A lot of people do stop living and become perpetual TV viewers with TV on 24/7. I have see it. I have also heard people whose only conversations are about what TV show they watched last night.
29 Dec 2005 @ 19:32 by vibrani : At least
they're talking about something they shared. I like to discuss the plays I see with others who saw them. Any difference? Look, Swan, I'm not trying to be difficult, but I am trying to make a point. Did you see what happened in New Orleans on telelvision? Did television play any role in your knowledge of Katrina and the aftermath, and you going there? Or did you get that all by the internet or radio or newspapers? In Ancient Greece, people talked about the Olympics or a comedy or drama they saw. In some cultures it was ritual sacrifices or churches, even the Inquisition or the Salem witch trials that was talked about, viewed in some ways as entertainment. In merry old England people talked about Shakespeare's plays they went to see. People, kids, today talk about the circus they saw, or the mime artist on the street, or the puppet show in the park. Entertainment, religious rituals, pagentry, theatre - as old as humankind. Our parents' generation had radio programs that were HUGE! Everyone listened and talked about them. Television is the medium we grew up with. Computers and cell phones are our children's mediums. There is always something. Is it all negative, should we throw all of it out because it's all contolling us? We are making the choice to watch or not watch. And sometimes it's really nice (and healing) to veg out and give the brain a rest and have a good laugh.
29 Dec 2005 @ 20:40 by swan : I actually didn't see what happened in
New Orleans on TV. I am not trying to be difficult either, I happen to agree with what this article says about TV and mind control. There are a lot of people who do not have the awareness that they are being controlled by the media and the media is taking advantage of them. That is my point.
29 Dec 2005 @ 20:50 by vibrani : The only answer I have
is that people need to reconnect with the Source within themselves, within their body, with their feelings. It's how another "gets" people to change their consciousness. Think this article will do it? It takes a lot to get people to really see and hear and feel...they're so busy with their brains and chatter in their heads, not living in the now. Repetitive explanations may work in time...or just being the living example of it. It's the same thing no matter what is the topic in the world, that's how I see it. It all comes down to personal awareness (knowing themselves fully) and responsibility. So what was your major source for finding out about what happened in New Orleans?
29 Dec 2005 @ 23:02 by swan : The my group of friends who went
down there before me were my major source of information about what was happening in New Orleans. People who saw it first hand right after the hurricane hit.