Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Time Out For Tourney

I wouldn't blame readership for being frustrated with this blog. I rarely ever post, I'm not here, then I'm back, now I'm gone again for it is that lone time of year that I'm surprised to see once again. Seems like years ago (it was) I thought life and this world would already be over.

So here we are again, another year of high-school tournament action for the next two weeks with the added bonus of the local branch of the state U likely making the NCAA tournament for the first time in 15 years. I'm having mixed feelings about the high-school ball because the state finally got its way and the field has expanded from three divisions to four. Apparently western Massachusetts finally relented to state pressure.

At first I thought great, more games, but then realized it upset the whole balance. For one thing, a whole chunk of central Mass. teams are now included, so what happened was what used to be a West-Central match-up in the state semis is now basically a Western Mass. championship game even thought the central teams played a totally different schedule. They are not happy, either, feeling they got screwed in the seedings and they probably did. Anyhow, that makes following the subsequent state finals less interesting to me, although it does mean an extra day of games out here.

Then I checked the schedules and it's looking like there is nowhere to go this Thursday. With the expanded fields and divisions many girl's games that would have been in-region are now much further away. I could go down to Northampton again, but I'm tired of going down there every year -- especially after Pittsfield was robbed by the officials in last years quarterfinal -- and then I got to thinking, inclusion of all those central teams means potentially taking a spot in the finals away from a deserving western school. Not too happy about that, and I'm sure some of the central teams are feeling the same way. But it is what it is.

So it looks like another month off from blogging here. Hope the world is still in one piece if I come back. Truth is I'm sick of saying the same things over and over and over, year after year after year. The psychopaths in charge of the planet need to do their ritual of self-destruction. The time for interventions has long passed, it's been eight years of screaming interventions with none listening. I do look forward to seeing them in hell so I can feast upon their innards, but that's a post for another time.

UPDATE (Feb. 28): Should have went to the game last night, but am going to one tonight.

UPDATE (Mar 1): Probably should have stayed home and listened on radio. Game was one of the worst officiated games I ever saw.  It wasn't just the confusion surrounding the shot, it was the inattentiveness they showed all night. I suppose referees can have an off night, too, but when it's the last game of careers for some kids and a state-sanctioned tournament.... anyhow, after those events I received a warning from police because my voice projects well and loud. I must say the policeman that came up to where I was sitting was very respectful. Told me he understood and didn't even flinch as I lightly grabbed him by the shoulders and issued my complaints and that the kids had worked so hard. Told me to calm down a bit and I told him he wouldn't be back up there. By then I was as deflated as the team.

Feel bad about everything now, and it was all put aside during the ride home. After the game is over and they leave, I leave it all on the court. I don't follow people or any of that. In fact, I'm one of the first ones to get out of the gym, win or lose. I've been on the other side before and -- literally -- feared for my life at a game years ago. I applauded a shoot clock violation in the wrong section, cheering my boys' good defense, and the crowd came down on me. I'm not exaggerating things; I really was worried about getting to the car that night. Nothing happened, and no one said a word, but the steps seemed like forever. Strange thing is I have cheered for their team before and after that incident. Part of the league.

 I suppose what bugs me the most is you can't even get fairness or justice at a high school basketball game. Maybe you never could, but given the rank rot and corruption across all institutions in AmeriKa these days one hope it wouldn't bleed down to this level. Remarked to my friend that we do a better job policing ourselves in pick-up. He made some incisive comments about how the officials never offered an explanation for the changed call, even if it was the right one. They left us all guessing, and that only added to the frustration.

There will be games every night next week and a slate of six on Saturday, but I don't know how many I will attend. Two are on nights I play basketball myself, and with the ending of my career in sight (next time could always be my last, but hopefully not, knock wood) I will likely choose to participate in an activity than spectate and observe. Maybe I should apply that philosophy to this blog.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Back From Oblivion

"Saturday, February 22, 2014

Ageless Wisdom and... everything Else

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

May your noses always be cold and wet.

Today, "Oblivion" is playing. I noted at the beginning period where Tom Cruise's partner in their space station says, "You're clear." Tom replies, "I'm always clear", "No you're not" she responds. Then he says, "You know what? You're right. I'm gonna have to work on that." Into my mind there leapt the clear perception that this was a Scientology plug. They use the word 'clear' to designate that state one gets to after they've paid a minimum of 100,000 dollars for extensive subconscious programming. I probably wouldn't think much about Scientology but I haven't forgotten that they were the ones behind setting me up with the police in Washington D.C. the first time I went down. I don't walk around with a resentment toward them, what I do is walk around with an awareness of what they are; a dangerous mind control operation, where the elite among them live like gods, not dissimilar to the Hare Krishna leaders who ran the show in their own little fiefdoms after the departure of Prabupad. This is all brilliantly delineated in the book "Monkey on a Stick" , which is about corruption, murders and incredible delusions of grandeur.

I don't mean to diminish individual Hare Krishna movement members, especially since, through my life, the most dedicated and fun to be around people came from the expatriate Hare Krishna ranks. I remember one named Kunjabihari. He was a trip.

What would a day be like when Tribe false flag actions weren't in operation? It appears that some of their operatives went after Ann Frank's father's ball point pen diaries. As I scanned down the page at NBC news, I went through various levels of surprise. There was no Gay Political News. Ah... not to worry, there was an article, finally, near the end. I know they have a policy that at least one gratuitous news item has to appear daily. What is surprising is that there was no mention of the Pussy Whipped Riot, which is Little Georgie Sorrow's House Band. However, there is news about Tribe Oligarchs in The Ukraine and on a Crass Media site no less by now we should all know what is happening in the Ukraine.

Another thing that happens nearly every day is an outbreak in violence, brought about by the pressures being put upon people by International Bankers, Oligarchs, Satanists and sundry. Here we find a Native American council leader, going off on eviction bots. The interesting thing about this is that there are only 13 members of that tribe

What must it be like on the American mainland these days? I haven't been there in 18 years. I wonder what it would be like to walk down the streets in any of the cities and suburban areas? I've had this thing for a long time, where I can go into an area and the atmosphere talks to me, guides me, tells me not to go 'down there' but rather turn left, or right. I wonder what it would tell me these days? "Run for the hills!" heh heh... it's not funny, I know. It perplexes me that I can't come to the mainland. I have over a hundred readers in Houston area alone. I would love to go from place to place and interact but, I know... I know what has happened in the past and it was nowhere near where it is now. There are some that argue that that is where I should be, on the front lines, as it were, toe to toe with Goliath but... I can hardly be effective in an orange jumpsuit and knowing me, I don't hold back on what I do and say, so, for the moment, it's best that I remain in an environment that doesn't hold me back. I can literally sense that this location is protective of me and I'm soon to be in a much more idyllic and pastoral locale AND this is already pastoral just not necessarily idyllic. Anyway, it's all choreographed.

They have this saying in ageless wisdom that is a little like "nothing ventured, nothing gained". It has to do with being prepared to make mistakes rather than not engage at all. You can't learn anything otherwise. However, that does not mean that you throw discrimination out of the window. The same card, Temperance, posted at Origami yesterday, in relation to The Operation of the Sun, also known as "The Great Work", is also the card that represents 'discrimination'. So... one needs to be able to pick their battles. Life is complex, although one's passage through it can be simple, depending on one's lack of engagement and attachment. Since, at the least, the scenarios coming and going; existing in both kinetic and potential states, have complexities to them, life can be very much like Chess and Go. It is certainly a lot like Risk and Monopoly in places. We're all playing games. We may be playing at different tables and for different stakes but we are all playing games while we are here and so... it is not whether you win or lose, it's how you played the game.

Why it is all so necessarily complex is because of the options. In any situation, it can go from there in many, many directions and from any direction, it can soon split off into yet another direction. Think about being on any city street. Think about crossroads. Think about always going left, or always going right and you accomplish cycling. It's another way of spinning your wheels, except that it 'appears' you are actually going somewhere and you are. You are going around in circles but since the scenery 'appears' to change well... yeah, uh huh. That's why they keep putting out all those distractions and setting up what seems like different choices but they both lead to the same programmed locations. According to temperament, some people are Republicans and some are Democrats and some consider themselves Independents, or Libertarians; Socialists, Communists, what have you. They are all played off against each other in order to create, 'managed chaos'. It takes a certain breed to see through this. Those of us who are seekers are advantaged by the intuition and certain guidance systems put into play, to facilitate our movement toward the ultimate goal. Everyone else is programmed for feeding troughs, acquisitions, killing floors, the appearance of dominance and personal freedoms and the appearance of servitude and drudge work. They like that Marx thing, "from each according to their ability and to each according to their need". It sounds good but it's just a soundbite.

It is all important to remember that no matter what might 'appear' to be true, or what conditions you find yourself in, there is always a very good reason for it and from any point there are a whole lot of directions you can go in, depending on who is programming your GPS, according to who is guiding you. There is a reason why the secret teachings and traditions are called 'ageless wisdom'. It is because they never change. They are always adaptable. The conditions around you can change but the wisdom to control any circumstance is always the same. This is the wisdom that is protected by certain societies and defiled by others. As has been stated, the defilers only get their hands on so much. The Upper Hand is always the upper hand. The lower hand is a hand job and cosmically speaking, lasts about as long.

It's said these wisdoms are hidden and that they are secret ...but truthfully, people hide them from themselves. These wisdoms are hidden from the profane due to their lack of being able to see them and even if they did see them, most of them would say, "What's the point of that?" See... in their world of relative values, timeless perspectives look foolish, even insane to those who actually are insane. They don't seem to be insane because there are so many of them and they all behave in similar manners, so it takes upon itself the appearance of sanity, concealed as uniformity and what do you know, often in a uniform as well.

Ageless Wisdom. It's a gift for those who feel like taking the trouble to earn it. There's stiff competition in that regard, what with Wal-Mart and Pizza Slut, not to mention real sluts of both sexes and all that wild assortment of electronic gadgets, cool places to go, with flashing lights and jackhammer rap music, to set the philosophical tone for the day. Yeah, ageless wisdom has some fierce competition and you can see that just by taking a casual look around at what consumes most peoples attention and activities. Even should some goodly number get interested in otherworldly things, the population numbers tilt heavily toward UFO fascination, New Age quick fix seminars and organized alternatives to organized religions. Few and far between are those who delve into the arcane and among those, the population tilts heavily toward the dark side, no matter what it may present itself as.

Ergo, you are left in a small minority of people and t'was ever thus, except in the ages of light, which were a long time ago (word has it that a mini golden age is going to appear after things get sorted here). It took a long time (relatively speaking) for things to get like they are, which is why so few people can remember how things were. Ageless wisdom provides that information and a great deal more... if you know what you're looking for.


I was lost, but now I'm found.

Monday, February 17, 2014

This Blog Headed For Oblivion

I know a lot of people out there consider anything from Hollywood crap, and so do I. I know many of you don't like Tom Cruise, and I never did much either. Some have pointed out potential mind-manipulation and reinforcement contained in certain scenes of the film, and I admit such things trouble me. Nevertheless, I watched the movie "Oblivion" the other night and wanted to share with you some of my thoughts.

For those who are unaware, the film centers on a man who comes to find that all he has been told about history has been a lie. That alone was intriguing enough for me to give it a chance.

(Before continuing I would like to describe my view of Tom Cruise. You must understand that everything I receive is through the Zionist prism known as the ma$$ media, and that is something that I always take into account: JWho is providing me with the information and insight. The fact that Cruise was hammered for the marriage to Holmes and is ridiculed for the Scientology shit is proof enough to me that the jew$media have a problem with him. Furthermore, back when I was in college in 2003 the instructor brought up the "The Last Samurai" in class. After the groans (granted, leave it to Hollywood to tell the Japanese how to be Japanese with honor), the instructor said he didn't want to get into why Tom Cruise made certain acting choices. The point he was making was what happened at the end of the film, when the Japanese used the new machine guns to kill the samurai riding on horses with swords. The analogy and parallel regarding the U.S. invasion of Iraq could not have been more stark)

One thing we are told to look for in arts and literature is the deeper meaning behind what the writer is saying. The fact that the Cruise character in "Oblivion" is a drone repair technician living on a platform high above a barren and desolated earth is not lost on me as a piece of social commentary considering U.S. plans for the future.

The trouble begins when a space module crashes on the surface and Cruise rescues what turns out to be his wife. Cruise is then captured by the hidden human resistance (hiding in caves, of all places), and the received truth Cruise has believed in begins to fray. He travels to the remains of New York City and takes the woman to the top of the Empire State Building to take in the view of the WTC plaza. This in a film where the main plot is a character whose received history has been a complete lie. Connect the dots for yourself.

(In many ways he reminds me of Mel Gibson. Mel has also come in for a hammering from the Jewish media over his DUI arrest and the phone call regarding his former wife. Interestingly enough, Mel made "Signs" right about the time of 9/11, with the essential plot being whether you believe life is dominated by design or chance. Mel uses alien invasion and arrival to make the point; however, his follow-up film, "The Edge of Darkness" dispels any doubt regarding Mel's leanings. The main plot of the film is a Massachusetts defense contractor developing a nuclear bomb with foreign signatures for deployment within the United States. Mel knows about false flags, folks! Thus he must be demonized)

When he confronts his work partner, she doesn't want to know. She represents that sector of our society that feels that way about history and current events, and it is no surprise she is killed. The film ends, ironically, with Cruise on a suicide bombing run with the Morgan Freeman character.

One final thing: I'm not surprised the propaganda pre$$ totally missed (and nearly omitted) the point. Actors like Cruise know they have to be subtle enough about their message to evade notice and avoid ruining their careers.

And off I go....

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Nuclear Bomb to be Detonated During Super Bowl

Some have noted some interesting things but I don't think so, not with so many elites in attendance. For one thing, it is far too cold for it to be an effective drill and reinforcement of tyranny. For another, the ma$$ media has far too much money invested to see it turn into a terror event. Same thing with the Sochi scare. Al-CIA-Duh is not going to spoil the event because NBC and its advertisers have plowed way too much money into the thing to see a U.S. boycott or have it turned into a terror event (although it will cost host Russia some dollars in attendance). I don't even think a Munich is possible at this point given the one day nature of that strange story. The mind manipulating reinforcement has already been accomplished so enjoy the games, folks!

UPDATE: Seahawks crush Broncos, win Super Bowl

Looks like my warning saved the Super Bowl!