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The smartest man in the world talks election fraud
11-26-2020, 02:05 PM
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The smartest man in the world talks election fraud
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11-26-2020, 02:07 PM
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11-26-2020, 02:27 PM
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Has Chris Langan ever heard of 'The Principal', that is the question.

'The Principal' said there is no credible evidence of widespread electoral fraud, so stop crying, Christopher! Facts don't care about your feelings!
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11-26-2020, 02:35 PM
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lol
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11-26-2020, 10:35 PM
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the fraud was obviously done on purpose to let people know

externalization I guess

whether or not something changes due to it is up in the air I guess
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11-27-2020, 04:10 AM
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(11-26-2020 10:35 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  the fraud was obviously done on purpose to let people know

externalization I guess

whether or not something changes due to it is up in the air I guess

[Mystical Toponomy]

Exposure without action against the perpetrators of the crimes revealed, devolves into a kind of perverse advertisement for the prowess of the cryptocrats who are seen as having performed fantastic feats of criminal enterprise with a genius that renders them immune from the consequences.

The entire process as a whole smacks of that familiar occult control device of grotesque mockery of the principle touted, in this case of the notion of exposure leading to punishment and retribution.

The phrase "Truth or Consequences" given to a city in New Mexico in a process of masonic, onomatological, “mystical toponomy” first discovered by James Shelby Downard, can be seen as a karmic challenge necessary to so bold an enterprise as the making manifest of all that the cryptocracy has hidden.

Mystical toponomy and alchemical cant language are part of a process which hinges on a marriage between action in time [or recorded history] and physical locations on the earth regarded as "places of power" by the cryptocracy's magical-geographical vision of the earth as a giant chess board, symbolized by the tessellated floor of Solomon's Temple and the masonic lodge, and Alice's vision of the world in Lewis Carroll's Wonderland "fantasy."

If all this seems far-fetched we can re-state the underlying principle in more prosaic scientific terms, where it comprises a key doctrine of modern atomic theory: "Time relations among events are assumed to be first constituted by the specific physical relations obtaining between them."

The famous old American highway “Route 66” was laid out by Freemasons with the apparent intention of sending masses of automobile riders into a self-processing occult "trip.” Route 66 began at the Buckingham Fountain in Chicago, near the site of the University of Chicago’s collection of Aztec ritual incunabula. It ended in Barstow, California in the Mohave desert, which is for the Freemasons, the cosmic graveyard of the West, the final destiny of Anubis, the celestial jackal, otherwise known as Sirius (see Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha Von Dechend, Hamlet’s Mill: An Essay on Myth and the Frame of Time, p. 358).

If this version of Route 66 smacks of some medieval pilgrimage made more appropriately on a camel than by car, it is for good reason. Most of Route 66 was based on a road forged in 1857 by Lt. Edward Beale and his caravan of the U.S. Camel Corps.

Beale is a highly significant symbol-name in the masonic chess game which is played with word, number, sign, symbol and destination across the face of America mystica. It was on Beale Street that the “Jazz Age,” began the breakdown of music into the beastly jungle muzak that would finally result in “rock and roll.”

Beale is an etymological derivative of the word for Baalzebub (or Beelzebub in the Latin rendering of the New Testament Greek) or simply, “Baal,” which is also the name of the idol of the crystal-powered “New Age.” In Quartzite, Arizona, under a pyramid, Lt. Edward Beale’s head camel-driver, “Hi Jolly,” is buried.

[Truth or Consequences]

There are occult links between masonic ceremonies held at the town of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico and the masonic ritual which attended the explosion of the first atomic bomb and the assassination of President Kennedy.

This mapping of the world in terms of a magico-scientific toponony is remindful of the Rosicrucian princes of the Renaissance, with their specially-sited palaces and grounds arranged in an elaborate pattern of images and symbols which functioned as a "memory theater" where, it was claimed, all knowledge, the entire encyclopedia, could be stored and recalled. The gauntlet the cryptocracy threw down at our feet in the specially orchestrated chain of ritual criminal events and locations intimately connected to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, was an "open-air" ceremony in full public view for those who had the eyes and the intuition to see it. Much of the Process was carried on in public. This was the "truth." The supreme high-stakes gamblers of the Hermetic Academy risked "the consequences."

Granted it was a gamble, but to those whose annals contained the records of the powers and perceptions of fully human beings of old compared with the mind-bombed goofs and patsies which make up the overwhelming majority of an increasingly less-than-human modern mankind, perhaps the risk was not so great after all. It's a matter of timing.

The cryptocracy's spectacular 20th century scam could never have been accomplished in antiquity among free people. The truth of the symbolism involved would have been immediately perceived and would have resulted in swift resistance to it by the target population.

- Michael A. Hoffman II, "Secret Societies And Psychological Warfare", pg. 37
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11-27-2020, 05:39 AM
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^ cool info.
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