Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Onward and Upward to Higher Ground.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

May your noses always be cold and wet.

Planetary rainbows are shining through the gray rain of these dark hours. Rainbows are signs of promise, signs of an ancient covenant between the seen and the unseen. The most important thing any of us can remember and seek to keep uppermost in our minds, is that certain and indisputable fact that the avatar has forced the long resident evil within, outward into the manifest for the purpose of judgment. The utter disregard for the rights and freedoms of others, on behalf of cynical personal profit, is a horrific wonder to behold. The final depravities of established religions are mind blowing. The most compelling terror and trauma, are the things we don't know. What you don't know when it comes to things like this, is always much worse than what you do know.

Regardless of this feature, in respect of the totality, it's not as bad or irrevocably fatal as we imagine it to be. I'm hearing too much and too often from people who have accepted the proposition that we are all screwed, blued and tattooed. It's just not so. What you have done is conferred the greater power to the agents and intentions of the dark side. The dark side has never and will never possess more power than the forces of light. Switch on the light in a dark room. Turn on the light in a formerly dark mind and see what you get. There is a cosmic maxim that says the spiritual sun never hits it's zenith. There is always more reserve of power than comes into manifestation. If I remember correctly, it was Swedenborg who said this. He and Kierkegaard have always occupied a special place in my cosmology. Many people are unaware that Kierkegaard wrote all of his books in the span of a few years, after the age of forty and then never wrote anything else again. At least that's the story as I remember it.

I've always been a big fan of biographies, that is, when they are even remotely true, as so many in this day and age are not. You find out some fascinating things about people that you had previously known nothing about. Of course, a lot of biographies are bullshit, like the ones about Einstein, Edison and others. It is especially true of presidents, people like Lincoln and most of them actually. Andrew Jackson was the best president we ever had.

History should have taught all of us this much. They go out of their way to slander the good guys and even further out of their way to paint the bad guys as something they never were, 'Never were' pretty much defines them.

I'm not saying they're not trying to enslave, imprison and wipe us out. That’s a given. I'm not saying they aren't attempting to migrate to the sweet spots of the Earth, nor am I saying that the alleged sweet spots are all sweet. I'm saying that the awakening is going to take care of all of their ambitions and aspirations. I'm saying that they will have nowhere to run and nowhere to hide. I'm saying you have to find somewhere where you feel comfortable being and that can't be determined by someone else who is not you and knows very little about the place they are advising you against. It is with this in mind that I present you with this. You can tell me this is just so much hype but I know about people doing this sort of thing for quite some time and it is something I am considering, when I make my move, given that a huge windfall hasn't hit me first, or given that my books and other efforts haven't finally provided me with a living wage.

Most of us have been living this life for awhile. Some of us, like myself, have been living this life in a public fashion. That means there is a great deal more exposure on the personal level, than there might be in most cases. This doesn't mean that the same kinds of events, failings and successes do not manifest just as routinely, in the more private lives among us, than in the more public lives. I just had an event occur in a distant land. I've had a few events occur here and there, for the purpose of demonstration and for the purpose of the exposure of veiled potentials, that would never have been revealed under ordinary circumstances but... they certainly would have come out in the long run and at a much more disadvantageous time. Out of the handful of events, which all served to prove some very important points, there have been far more than ten times as many that have resulted in enduring friendships and during the course of which there have been no unfortunate occurrences. Some people have visited me numerous times. My friend Imron is flying in from LA for the 4th or 5th time in April. Previously, he had lived in Texas. He's an IT guy and also a jeans designer. He makes a great pair of jeans. The Tribe forced him out of the business but he's a plucky chap and won't give up.

We have wonderful engagements, like those I have had with The Pope and Dr. Glenn Dormer, among others. My dear friend Akram has been by, as have others. They all went to considerable expense to find their way here and I have readers who live in my general area, who also drop by on a regular basis. I tend to measure the quality of my engagements by the overall mass of the one, in comparison to the other.

I got a comment this morning from the usual anonymous, telling me that I could not be telling the truth about India because I used a couple of Facebook pages for reference points. He says that Facebook is a data mining operation and my using it is proof that I am not telling the truth. Unfortunately for his argument, I also have email addresses for these individuals and they will go up in the comments section of the Les Visible blog once I finish here. The people I chose for references are highly respected members of their community. It is why I picked them because there are others who will gladly corroborate what I have had to say on the matter. These reference points given, know who the others are and will assuredly make them available as well to any doubting Thomas’s looking for suspect wounds.

By this time in the posting I can hear any number of readers going, “Jesus Visible, just let it go. It's not important and making a big deal of it turns it into a big deal” You may be certain that I will let it go, once I am satisfied that I have done my very best to give all of those still in a state of confusion, every opportunity to clarify things in their minds for posterity. If I don't put it all on the table it will linger there in the background like a hangnail. Of course, it will go by and eventually be buried in the ashcan of irrelevance. I beg your indulgence in this matter but... I have been the object of slander throughout my passage here. I have been the object of intense envy and resentment on the part of some people, to the extent that they engaged in setting me up with the police for things I hadn't done. In one case that could have resulted in a life sentence. What were my crimes against them? I helped them out and I possessed the attention and various elements of small success that they felt they should be having. It comes down to Karma really. With four planets in my natal 8th house, now in Scorpio and certain aspects, 'hidden enemies' is a factor, as is inheritances from former lives, most of these are due in the close and coming future.

It is a truism of life that when you achieve success early in life, the possibility of screwing things up and coming to regret what you have been given, are real possibilities. When success comes later in life, one has been given the opportunity to exorcise their private demons and come into a state of being, that grants one the capacity to manage those things they have seen in operation, by observation, all along the long walk to the moment when those ships of fortune, come over the horizon line of the sea. The beauty of this particular fate is that those items stored in the holds of the ships, has changed over the course of time and now reflect a sense of deeper and more enduring values. This is not to say that there are not a certain amount of material things, because... for the purpose of demonstration, one must be given the chance to show the proper appreciation and use of that which so many are brought low by. It's how it works. I am supremely confident about this because the majority of all the things I have been told have come to pass and those which have not, are yet to arrive.

A great master told me that there are 3 things one must have to ensure success in both this life and in your passage into the next one; faith, certitude and determination. The first two are pretty much the same, are they not? The third depends utterly on the possession of the first two. We hear things. We go, “Yeah, okay”. And then we move on without contemplation or reflection. Everyone should read Alice Bailey's translation of Patanjali's yoga sutras entitled “The Light of the Soul”. It is available free online and you can find it with due diligence. Once again, I am no one's research assistant (grin). I don't want to hear about Lucis Trust. Just read the book and consider what is said there. I have read it several times. It's an experience. It explains and shows how to get any object or concept under your consideration to reveal itself to you. Without possessing some modicum of what is contained in that book you're not going to get very far.

In earlier times, I must admit that I got a little creative with the truth, for the purposes of entertainment. Those days are long gone and I don't lie. It's no hardship for me to be forthcoming and truthful. I've never tried to pass myself off as someone who doesn't make mistakes and can fall short of perfection. I do learn from my mistakes however and I struggle mightily and daily to reach a higher ground.

People who are resentful, envious and jealous of me, do not realize the cost involved in gaining particular abilities. Various muses are not easily impressed. Sacrifices and continuous efforts are required and a real love and devotion is necessary to get their attention. It can and often is, the product of lifetimes. I measure my success by the quality and quantity of my friends ...and the same is true of my enemies. I rarely respond to praise because I know who is really deserving of it. I know this in the deepest portion of my heart. I'm a servant and a tool. It's all I want to be and to me it is the highest station one can obtain to. If you don't know this, you will, sooner or later find it out. There is no joy like the joy of being a useful tool. It is payment in spades for the infinitely, valuable opportunity to exercise it.

Please accept my sincere apologies for having engaged in a discourse that many of you will find unnecessary. It seemed necessary to me and maybe there are other things in this posting that some will find of value and if that is so, all will be well. I'll close on a sincere note of surprise. I had never seen a photo of Nina before and I have to say that she is incredibly beautiful and of a type that has always been attractive to me; the librarian. I mean nothing prurient by this and that is also the truth. I got the immediate hit that she resembled Jim Morrison's girlfriend of long ago. This might all seem out of left field and I often don't know why I say the things I do but... there it is.

End Transmission.......

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Anonymous said...

Man, the comments sure haven't had much "oomph" lately. It's been kind of like reading tattered reminder notes left in the lunch buckets of window-lickers. Hey. That had a little "oomph"!

Visible said...

I'm going to recommend another book to the readers. If you haven't read it you will find it to be one of the funniest and most entertaining books you have ever read. Back in the mid-70's, my friend Larry (since passed on) got a copy and was reading it in his room in my apartment in Philadelphia. He was continuously laughing to the point that I could restrain myself no longer and had him rip off the portion of the book he had already read so that I could join him. Whoa!

They are making a movie out of it but it is taking awhile; trouble on the set? Anyway, the book is called "The Monkey Wrench Gang" by Edward Abbey. Do yourself a favor and get a copy. You won't regret it.

I heard from many people about how much they enjoyed the book "Aghora". The author, Robert Svoboda has two other books out on the same thing. I've read one of them and it is also great.

I wanted to recommend films for the reader. I see a lot of films and some of these are things you wouldn't normally run across; real sleepers. Recently, I recommended 3 comedies. I know they were juvenile but I recommended them for certain scenes. Generally I would not recommend puerile efforts. I am genuinely wishing to pass on cool and riveting flicks. I didn't hear from anyone about my last listing.

If any readers are interested in having me list films here as we go along in the day to day, please let me know; the same with books.

I also intend to list films that I think were crap. Case in point, "Cloud Atlas". David Mitchell is a fantastic writer and all of his books are well worth reading. They are not the sort of books that translate easily to celluloid however. Mitchell is one of the most inventive writers going today and obviously learned a lot from Haruki Murakami. (his latest was not a good effort, but "Kafka on the Shore" was fantastic and most of his books are). It's noticeable if you read them both.

Paul Theroux. is also an amazing writer and everything he has done is worth reading. Most especially read "Blinding Light" from 2006. it is a novel about ayahuasca. This fellow knows how to inform and entertain. If you like a good thriller and crime fiction, you can't go wrong with Michael Connolly or, for that matter, Elmore Leonard. I guess I've put enough out there for the moment. I'm going to go watch "Hyde Park on the Hudson" now, while I work on my novel; coming soon, once Eamon gets it and gets done with it.

Laura said...

I would imagine by your finely tuned and well serving intuition how long and how much you might need to explain and clarify various situations, and you do not engage beyond what is beneficial.

Personally, I am so pleased you expressed what you did in the second paragraph of your post.....I have found far too much fatalism in certain corners and it ultimately does not serve. We know what's up but let us not trash the sanctity and sacredness of life.

Most always you write words which bear divine energy that so touch my heart, and today is no exception. I know from where and from whom it springs, and being in concert is a most wondrous dance indeed. We are servants and tools, in our own way, and there is no greater instrument to be. It is all about trust and perseverance, every step of the way.

If one has been diligent and totally committed, it brings forth co-created manifestations, and they are different on this side of the dedication. It morphs and changes and deepens in ways unimaginable in earlier times. It is the gifts born within where the magic lies.

So interesting you began this post with the talk of rainbows as they and what they reflect are at the center of my being and experience. Fire in water live at our core.

Upwards and onwards ~

Laura said...

I enjoy book and film recommendations. I have found movies where one or two scenes are amazing and the rest of the film nothing to write home about. I was not drawn to see Cloud Atlas but did read the book a few years back....heady....:-)

Anonymous said...

gadzooks and forsooth Viz, ...

the people yearn for real answers...

{a cartoon in the new yorker late 70's}

there is a rather unique individual {tool,servant} who is similiar to yourself...just didn't go down all the same roads at the same time, etc...

and his blog is ....


A Moorish American woman accused of squatting at a $3 million East Memphis mansion faced a talmudic magistrate Monday morning and protested the so-called “charges”… against her.


Tabitha Gentry, 32, was arraigned by video in Shelby County General Sessions Court on charges of aggravated burglary, criminal trespassing and theft over $60,000 As talmudic magistrate Louis Montesi read the so-called charges against Gentry, she yelled “objection!” twice before pronouncing her membership in the Moorish American National Republic, which does not recognize so-called federal or so-called state laws based on the talmud and a seriously twisted version of so-called “History”….


Gentry, clad in an oversized orange jumpsuit, was hushed by pettifogger jailers for filthy lucre several times during the so-called arraignment.
Her next talmudic court appearance was set for March 26….


he'll probably delete that one, but there are others there with a little oomph that made the cut..

anyway, curiously that hangnail {word/idea} came into my mind earlier this am, and bingo...!

kenny has some good round and round stuff, and noor...so many others, too....

sometimes "our" language just doesn't do justice to what is really happeneing in REAL TIME, but we've all been so abused and mistreated for so long "our" wings are still developing...


dig it

free the captives, feed the sheep

RIP Doug Christie



Anaughty Mouser said...

Gracios senor for the recognition. I believe your best truth telling is soon to come as the zeitgeist worm turns against the talmudic fakery. The truth has a way of raising its head nomatter how thick the impetiment. People are waking up. You are blowing the proverbial trumpet and leading the charge.

Prohibition was founded by government and defeated by the people. Zionism was founded by a shadow government and will be equally relegated to the pages of failures of history.

Truth never loses in the long run.

Thank you for all your work. Greetings to Susanne.

Anonymous said...

Not very long ago, you used to get 150 or sometimes more than 200 comments from many different people. Now, 25 or 30 is the new normal. We already know you are censoring out the "undesirable" posts, and this might explain some of the drop-off, but I think the main cause is that you have become ridiculous. Those who still come here must wonder what you screened out, and they perhaps also wonder what you are sweeping under the rug.

I do not consider two email addresses verification of what really happened in India. They could be anyone, even you. Two of your followers (not Steve Padgett) do know what happened, but they will not post it because they are afraid to piss you off. So you will continue to deny and lie. But this is nothing new to those who used to come here but no longer do.

Visible said...

How can two of my 'followers know what happened when they weren't there? You are caught in a transparent lie. There was never a time when I was averaging 150-200 comments. That is another lie. Any reader can go back over the last six posts in each blog and see over a hundred and near a hundred also. That is another lie.

The reason there are fewer comments these days is because Zio-Google won't let them through. My preponderance of emails to that effect verifies that.

Any reader and I am sure you know some, can go to the Facebook pages and see that I am none of those people. Yet another lie from you. Your whole commentary is nothing but lies. I, on the other hand am not lying and I say this before God who knows what was what. Eventually Steven's conscience will get to him and he will do the right thing.

He was just disappointed that I wasn't dressed all in white and playing some false, prissy role. He wanted me to be what he wanted me to be. I was just being myself at the moment and at this moment I am completely transformed again.

Finally, you are a craven coward because you will not give your name. This, along with the lies makes you completely unreliable and untrustworthy Good luck with that.

Visible said...

I was just going to come here and leave a specific comment. Unfortunately I had to deal with that piece of sewage first.

Anyway, I was going to say, it's amazing how India changed me and I didn't notice it happening.

Here are some material examples of that. The spiritual speaks for itself in the blog entries since. I am actually finishing my book. You have no idea what a surprise that is. I haven't played my guitars or keyboard other than a few minutes a year since 2007 when I last recorded any CD's. I've got at least 6 waiting to get done since and they will now.

I am playing my guitars every day now. I am playing my keyboard too. Suffice to say I have lost a great deal of my efficiency level by putting these things aside. I am doing all kinds of things that got put aside for an extended term. They've all re-occupied their previous spaces and I could not be more pleased.

Well, that's it, except to add something that I did not think to put in in that last comment. I rarely do not publish comments. That's the absolute truth and when I do not publish them it is because they are either extremely vicious and geared toward causing dissension, or they are anonymous with the same intention. I've probably failed to publish about 6 comments in the last 2 or 3 months.

Well, back to my book which I am really enjoying working on the conclusion. You should have it in April.

Visible said...

One final thing. Geez I wish I could remember these things at the time. Having to do this makes me feel like a dingbat (grin).

The real proof of how people feel about me and what they choose to believe about anything connected to me and the places I've been and the events that took place reflect an overwhelming percentage of support and belief by comparison with a miniscule amount of 'uninformed' (cause you weren't there) negativity, nearly all of it anonymous. That says it all. Okay, I think I've covered most of what I wanted to say and if I haven't, I won't be back in any case.

Anonymous said...

Outstanding post, Les! Linked... And appreciated.

Anonymous said...


Swartz was suicided because a trial, any trial, was a lose-lose nomatter if he go zero time, 3 months, 3 years, 7 years or 35 years. The zionist new world order would have lost SERIOUS credibility nomatter the verdict because Aaron had the truth and such a huge following of 'freedom of speachers' supporting and him.

When faced with a lose-lose the shadow power is forced to kill - and they do.

R.I.P. Aaron Swartz - your death is proof the zionist world order will also kill non-gentiles if they get in the way.

Anonymous said...

Hey Vis-
So glad to see you here regularly again.
Yeah, the rehash of the India Whatever is kind of a slow go, but if you need to do it, I'll gladly wait until you have reached your satisfaction; mine coming from reading your words.
The reminder to permit the light is particularly apt.
Thank you.

And, to the troll so assertively "Anonymous" @ Tuesday, March 12, 2013 5:24:00 PM,
"GO FUCK YOURSELF" that is if you can find your dick.
I for one, don't give a rat's ass what your expectations are.
What are you, some kind of kike bookkeeper ?
Don't like it here, go somewhere else, and take your stink with you.

traveller36 said...

Mr Anonymous - March 12, 2013 6:24:00 PM,

I have come to know that people will believe whatever they want to believe regardless of the truth especially if it reinforces their self-image. So give it a rest already, mate! ( good thing I don't listen to what people say about other people especially if they can't say it to their face).

Thanks Visible for all that you have done and continue to do. I am blessed and a much better person for it.


Anonymous said...


From the 'you can't make this shit up because noone would believe you' department:

Gabby Gifford's husband caught buying AR-15.

This is tooo funny. The false-flag Gifford head shot (that never happened except on the BSM) lead to Gabby months later walking into the hall of representitives to a standing ovation, then her working on NWO gungrabbing and winning a JFK award for peace. (JFK would never support an award for gun control breaching of the 2nd in his name).

Gabby's husband just got outed buying a semi-automatic rifle - once caught he said he was sorry and promised to return it.


Anonymous said...

I've noticed a pattern here at your blogs, LV. "Regulars" seem to come and go with varying degrees of frequency - especially after one of your sojourns, where you are abroad seeking Shambhala at the urging of your infallible invisible friends. It works like this - yesterday's regular posters disappear. But they are always replaced by a new crop of Love and Light seekers, who are fairly good writers. They appear simultaneously with your return to blogland, as if by magic. They act as if they have been interacting with you for years and years - but they only showed up for the first time a couple of posts prior. Amazing. I imagine this is yet another example of the Divine working in mysterious ways. Yes. That's what it is.

Anonymous said...

Did it ever occur to some of you that Visible might not remember exactly what happens at certain times along his journey. And that this might be a good thing. If you've ever read Carlos Castaneda, you will know that non-linear events occur in different states of consciousness, which allegedly happen due to the misplacement of what is referred to as "the assemblage point". In this school of thought, we each have a conduit (the assemblage point) that shapes our reality (what we perceive as being reality at any given moment). People who are prone to being able to displace that assemblage point (like Visible, it appears), often experience a split from the precise reality that is being experienced by groups of other people in their presence. In other words, the group is seeing and experiencing things in the "normal" reality, while the individual whose assemblage point has moved is seeing things and experiencing things in a totally different world. People who venture into other worlds have no recollection of whatever might have happened in "real life" during that period of time. And those who are in their presence often refer to what they saw them do and say, during that time, as being bizarre or "out there". So you might consider that. Having your assemblage point move initially results is precisely the sort of behavior that others would refer to as deranged. That's not what it is, not at all - it's actually an experience that precedes the ability to totally control the movement of the assemblage point and enter into other worlds with the totality of one's being (i.e., disappear into another world and escape the prison of this one). I'm just saying maybe that's what is going on here. It make sense to me. One man's "crazy behavior" is another man's prelude to escaping the prison of mind/body/spirit for good. Whatever is going on with Visible, he is definitely tapped into an infinite resource of some sort at various times. He can pull it out of the sky like lightning at times. And that's another symptom of a person who can move their assemblage points. So some of you would do well to put that in your cosmic pipes and smoke it for a while...

Smyrna said...

Word of the day: Prurient.

Moral indignation is usually a mask for jealousy.

How is the cook book coming along? You could move quite a few I reckon. Also a surreptitious way of imparting some wisdom and truths. Think about that.

Ray B. said...

Vis: "Andrew Jackson was the best president we ever had."

I agree (with the possible exception of Washington). He was both 'a man of the people' and aware of the power of the private 'Central Bank' (under whatever name). He put his life (literally) and his reputation on the line, and carried through on his promises. He put the agenda of the Rothschild Zionists back by a half century. (That is probably why he is so 'marginalized' now.) We owe him a great debt of gratitude.

I do wonder if it was direct 'intervention' when the Rothschild assassin tried to shoot him once at close range (misfire) and then with a second pistol (also misfire). And Jackson still carried on. What guts...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

P.S. I see the 'campaign' against you as both a way to distract you (and lower your energy) and to bore beginner readers so to drive them away. Much more 'strategic' than annoying...

Anonymous said...

"There is no joy like the joy of being a useful tool." lol

That you are.

niijii said...

I like when you recomend movies and books Vis.

I'm a sucker for a story told by a friendly little old lady. Watched 'Fried Green Tomatoes' for the first time last weekend. I believe it to be true that the secret is in the sauce...

Best to all.

the gardener said...

Sounds like somebody's hungry for their own blog but not confidant or has enough to say to have anyone let alone 5,067,079 visitors like those who've visited Vis' SMOKING MIRRORS blog.

or just an empty cardboard box looking to fill up on some energy emissions they're incapable of creating their selves?

Remember this funny song? we need more funny songs like this one right now ... goes:

whatsa matta you?
aint gotta no respect
why you look so sad
itsa not so bad
itsa nice place
ah! shaddap you face

1980-Joe Dolce

the gardener

Anonymous said...

pierre said...

not sure if I have anything useful to add on the India campain (sic).. 'cept in my imaginings I thought Special K might have had something to do with a night on the skids.. I came across a doco on K recently, it turned up, then again, I did pick it out... it started off with the usual open mindedness then quickly degenerated into a cop show (Bill Hicks.. "when did you ever, ever, ever, ever, see a positive story on drugs"). In any case, even so, so what? My assurance is my own opinion and my own mind having read these blogs for a few years ("pissing in the punchbowl" was the first Visquotable). Pissing contests and bully boy Simpsons Miles "na na na" doesnt impress me at all. Some have bigger fish to fry using their own scales of measurement.
I am waiting for the Cosmic calibration.

Peaches said...

Dennis Rodman going to the Vatican (no it's not The Onion)

Look what happened after his visit to NK. LOL




Aunt Franny said...

I don't know, Les. I have a little trouble thinking Andrew Jackson was our greatest president. All I know is what I've read -- Andrew Jackson was a white kind of guy; he wanted every Native American east of the Mississippi wiped out, even though there were many NatAms who were learning the white man's ways and living by the white man's laws, even becoming lawyers themselves, assimilating, as it were. Some NatAms owned plantations and black slaves, following the finest example set by their European teachers, but Andrew didn't want any NatAms at all east of the Mississippi, law abiding or not.

You've got to remember that the North American continent was conquered. Consider that word carefully: **CONQUERED.** It was taken by force and by lies and by blood. The existing NatAm tribes were destroyed as much as possible, and the remainder herded onto reservations and marginalized while the glorious white men built the culture that has effectively poisoned the whole planet. Nobody seems to remember the poisoning part when they talk about how great America is or used to be, but I remember, and I for one do not wish America to be used as a model for other countries on this planet. Please god NO. This is a very brutal country, always has been from the very beginning.

Jackson was opposed to certain kinds of monetary control that people who used to be Babylonian kings wanted to bring onto the North American continent. Okay, but that's a fairly small thing within the greater picture he inhabited, since it's happened anyhow. He did not stop it, only held it back for a little time while he waged his war against the Natives.

This is what I remember of Andrew Jackson, but I may be wrong. If so, someone please correct me.

I know, I know, someone will say that the NatAms had some kind of karmic debt that needed to be paid by being conquered. I wonder what they did to deserve what happened. Were they too trusting, is that it? Had they been really smart, they would have shot the first white man to set foot on the North American continent and every one that followed. The white man never kept any treaty they made. It was all lies from the beginning... and surprise, surprise, it still is!

Terrance said...

Hello Visible...Curiosity is a powerful urge and you surely understand why people might willingly trade their immortal souls for the denouement.....
You have powerful friends and enemies and you dance with both with much abandon....one love

Skepticfrog said...

To Aunt Fanny
Excuse me, but as CONTINENTAL European I take offense at your "white man" comment. It wasn't "white men" it was the Anglosaxons and the Jews (slavery). We Continentals had NOTHING to do with it. Us Continentals, were nothing but cheap muscle in the fields and factories, nothing more than the slaves in the South. In fact, there is proof that in the the 19th century (before the Civil War) slaves had BETTER living conditions in the South than the European factory serfs in the North. (Better nutrition, better health care, larger living space, fewer working hours per year, longer life span, and existential security).

The Anglosaxons (and their accomplices - the Jews) have brought NOTHING but misery to the World, during the last 400 or so years, in ever increasing and horrible ways, and it hasn't stopped yet. The Anglos are nothing but an unmitigated scourge on Humanity.

I know, you have this lofty self-image. Study REAL history of Britain and of the USA close-up with the nitty-gritty ugly since 1588. It's all there, but you must dig. If you are truly objective, you'll find the ample unending vicious horrors of the Anglos, world-wide.

JerseyCynic said...

Wonderful, Les

I'm still playing catch up.

THANK YOU ANON @11:31 -- saved me from screaming my fingers off -- well said.

I think A-non already has a blog -- head yahoo moderator!

"Andrew Jackson- Worst president ever, he served after Lincolns death but during his term he punished rich people because of his child hood experience or something
Anyways one thing for sure this guy is def in the top three worst president ever list"


Anonymous said...

via Homer..

Hayagriva dasa: Concerning God’s personality, Kierkegaard writes: “God is certainly personal, but whether He wishes to be so in relation to the individual depends upon whether it pleases God. It is the grace of God that He wishes to be personal in relation to you; if you throw away His grace, He punishes you by behaving objectively [impersonally] towards you.”

Srila Prabhupada: That is a very good point. As stated in Bhagavad-gita:

“For those whose minds are attached to the unmanifested, impersonal feature of the Supreme, advancement is very troublesome. To make progress in that discipline is always difficult for those who are embodied.” (Bg. 12.5)

"Dialectic Spiritualism"


Soren Aabye Kierkegaard


Ray B. said...

Anonymous, March 12, 2013 11:31:00 PM :

That was a very good section on 'the assemblage point'. I had read about it in one of Carlos Castaneda's books a while back, but it had not 'jelled' being so far outside my intellectual boundaries. Your explanation of it helped 'seat' that. (You go into my copy-and-paste section... grin) Thanks!


Aunt Franny, March 13, 2013 4:02:00 AM :

I had thought about mentioning Jackson's 'racial' hatred toward Native Americans, but it seemed best to concentrate on the subject at hand. No doubt about it, Jackson was an angry man. The British imprisoned him once, and he paid that back at New Orleans.

I saw a movie a few years ago about how Pocahontas (daughter of Powhatan, chief of the Algonquian Indians in the Tidewater region of Virginia) was moved to bring relief supplies to the starving colony of Jamestown. I could not help but reflect that her pity helped bring about the Native American apocalypse. Had Jamestown 'gone away' the same as the earlier Roanoke colony, British ambitions in America might have been stunted.


JerseyCynic, March 13, 2013 3:10:00 PM :

"Andrew Jackson- Worst president ever, he served after Lincolns death but during his term he punished rich people because of his child hood experience or something
Anyways one thing for sure this guy is def in the top three worst president ever list"

I hope you are quoting someone else (above) for sarcasm here: Andrew Jackson was way before Lincoln, and was preventing the common man from being exploited by the Central Bankers - much like what just happened here with the 'Great Recession'. If the speaker was meaning Andrew Johnson, he/she was really off...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Aunt Franny said...

I'm more than happy to agree with you, Skepticfrog, about the Anglo-Saxon/Jewish blight upon this planet. The Anglos-Saxons-Jutes (Vikings) intermarried with Bretons in England who had first been conquered by the Romans, and then were conquered by the Vikings.

The French and the Spanish did their share of the killing and taking in North America, too, and they were certainly from the "Continent" of Europe, thereby "continentals"? by your meaning of the word? The Spanish weren't called "conquistadors" for nothing.

Ray B. - Thanks for pointing out Pocahontas's generosity, and how that inadvertently promoted British ambitions in America. Sad story!

Anonymous said...

@anon 10:59:00 PM

Aha! hahahahahaha....!! Whew! Thank you for that laugh, I needed that. That's one for the ages!

Anonymous said...

via Homer..

Since the subject is broached, here's a little history from the geniuses who bring us "Cracked" magazine. Such a plus that their humor is nonplussed.

Six amazing stories of what amounts to Native American non-history.

I'd wager #6 is virtually unknown by most historians, big and small.

"6 Ridiculous Lies You Believe About the Founding of America"


Aunt Franny said...

"Cracked" has it right. There's a great book titled "1491" which describes how complex civilization was in N. and S. America before Columbus. The land was heavily populated and there were some blue-eyed Natives due to earlier Viking visits.

Visible said...

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Anonymous said...

pierre said..

repeat and hammer away into my head, I'll hold the nail. it cannot be said enough these things.
(Imagine if those 5-1000 readers were gathered in a Church or hall, or paddock...). ♫ Son of a Preacher Man..♫

@RAyB why I liked to hear a Chinese senior dude talk about going ahead with Thorium, I dont know much about it, but I like to hear it is not weaponisable (though with energy too cheap to meter you can make bad stuff no doubt).

so it's more liberal rubbish to water down the Church led by "Francis of A Sissy".



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