Archive for September, 2014

The Georgia Guidestones have recently received an addition that should be of concern to anyone who’s paying attention. Without fanfare or notification of any kind (exactly as they were planned and constructed in the first place), a new cornerstone was inserted into a notch that had already been waiting to receive it.

empty notch

empty notch

cornerstone in place

cornerstone in place

The cornerstone reads: “2014”.

The guidestones have generated quite a lot of interest, primarily due to the secrecy behind their creation, and also because of the 10 guidelines (hence “guidestones”) that are inscribed on them, particularly the first:

1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

The current number of humanity is 7.125 billion. That would mean that 6.625 billion people would have to go in order to reach that miserly worldwide population figure. Hmmm…

A cornerstone was originally defined as the first stone laid in a masonry construction.

Over time a cornerstone became a ceremonial masonry stone, or replica, set in a prominent location on the outside of a building, with an inscription on the stone indicating the construction dates of the building and the names of architect, builder and other significant individuals. The rite of laying a cornerstone is an important cultural component of eastern architecture and metaphorically in sacred architecture generally. – wiki

Obviously, 2014 is not when these stones were erected. So why place that cornerstone at this time with that date on it?

If we read further down the wiki page on cornerstones, we find that in ancient times, an animal or human sacrifice was typically placed underneath the cornerstone when it was laid as a type of offering and effort to bless the endeavor.

Are the shadowy elite who built this thing trying to tell us something? Is this the year of the sacrifice? The sacrifice that will reduce the population by 6 billion and usher in their New World Order? Who knows – just thinking out loud here.

But one thing I do know – Jesus Christ is the true cornerstone, the one that his church is built upon, and even the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it.

Work your darkness, scorpions. Your days are numbered.

So this is what the sovereign Lord says: ‘See, I lay a stone in Zion, a tested stone, a precious cornerstone for a sure foundation; the one who trusts will never be dismayed. I will make justice the measuring line and righteousness the plumb line. – Isaiah 28:16-17

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Pride is at an all time high. Humility? An all time low.

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Left Hook by Dean Henderson

2013 6-15 Dean's Eleven Point River Birthday Float (4)(Excerpted from Chapter 8: The Grubstake: Stickin’ it to the Matrix)

The goal of all of the above is to first get out of debt and then to start saving money, for this is the grubstake you will need to get free from the urbanized prison you live in which is a wholly-owned cash cow for the matrix.

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This video was created by scrawny2brawny.

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Verse 1: (Jordan Copas)
I’m up early crack of the morning blinded by the light I start yawning. The birds hum and the weather’s like my life blowing through the seasons the pain and the strife. How did I get here? It’s hard to know. When you see the big picture then it will show, that I am being molded by the Father’s hand so when the wind blows I can take a stand. A person said that God must not love. How can He sit up there on the throne above and watch His own people just suffer? When you overcome then your Faith gets tougher. I see my situation through a new eye, a new lens I’m not just a broke guy. It’s not what you see it’s how you see it. Homeless at the moment but the reason I can see it.

Hook: (BenJah)
If you can see what I see You’d have more faith in the unseen But your always so doubtful Cause you always want it your way… You can run my way… I think that I got you… I think that I got you…

Verse 2: (Jordan Copas)
Lemme tell you I am not a perfect man. A lot of flaws my past I’ve ran. So trapped up I’ve been living in fear unworthy of the gift for a lifespan. Against Truth I put up a fight but everything switched up when I seen the Light. Freedom! That is what I felt That is what I have since smacked with a belt. The Father met me like He met Paul. On my way His grace made me fall. I know the love even through discipline don’t turn away come back, listen. I wanna be like Abraham not Lot. No doubt just faith when it hit the spot. When the rain pours hard times I cherish, crying out for the people don’t want ’em to perish.

Hook: (BenJah)
If you can see what I see You’d have more faith in the unseen But your always so doubtful Cause you always want it your way… You can run my way… I think that I got you… I think that I got you… Cause you always want it your way… You can run my way… I think that I got you… I think that I got you…

Verse 3: (Jordan Copas)
I’m being broken as a child help me from a grown man proud. My pride has swelled up… kill it. Depend on the Father not independent. I can’t live life on my own… and this is what I been shown. Where’s your hope? He’s the prize Trust Him and see through His Eyes.

Hook: (BenJah)
If you can see what I see You’d have more faith in the unseen But your always so doubtful Cause you always want it your way… You can run my way… I think that I got you… I think that I got you… Cause you always want it your way… You can run my way… I think that I got you… I think that I got you…

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Jonathan Kleck brings together several very important clips in this brief video that casts the light of truth upon the First Family which seems to go against what we have been led to believe about them. Who are these people? Not what we are told, it would seem…

So, Mr. Obama, what is it you are hiding?

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hooligans_ver3I don’t like to write about movies unless they really move me, to the good or to the ill.

So which one is this?

Let’s just say that you might want to include a barf bag next to your popcorn if you choose to risk it with this dog of a movie.

Elijah Wood plays a journalism student at Harvard who gets set up to take a drug bust fall by his wealthy and powerfully connected roommate. Knowing that the depth of his “friend’s” pockets would make any challenge of the charges fruitless, and encouraged along by a $10,000 cash payoff, Elijah takes the money and the fall, gets expelled, and uses the money to travel to London to visit his sister’s family.

So far so good. But London is where the trouble starts, for the plot and for the movie.

Marc Warren, who plays Elijah’s sister’s husband, has never met Elijah, but because of his surprise visit, there is conflict with plans he had for a romantic evening with his wife. Problem is solved when his brother shows up, whom he convinces to show Elijah around, but warns him NOT to take him to the football game, and the reason why is also the cause of this movie being so aggravatingly stupid.

The reason why?

Well, you know those movies where two brothers come of age in a criminal gang, only to have one go straight and get out?  It’s kinda like that, only the world of criminal gangs is dangerous. The world in this movie is just a football game. *sigh*

Wait – I’m sorry. It’s the “violent underworld of football hooliganism.” – imbd.com

Oh! The danger! The intrigue!

Not really. Not at all, actually.

And that’s my beef with this movie. It tries so hard to make something out of nothing, and fails miserably.

Charlie Hunnam, who plays Marc’s brother, is the leader of a football team fan gang, or as it’s called in the movie, a “firm.” Yeah, calling it that doesn’t make it any more meaningful, though calling it a “flaccid” might.

So, what it is that these hopeless dullards do on a regular basis is beat the crap out of the members of other firms, because, well… they’re the enemy, apparently. At least on the day that their team competes with the other firm’s team.

Evidently, no one told these brick heads that professional sports are only a metaphor for war, NOT actual war.


And that’s why, for me, the movie cannot possibly work. I can’t step inside that world and take it seriously because I won’t buy what it’s selling. I won’t believe that these nitwits are fighting for anything meaningful (because they’re not), and believing that is required for the movie to work at all. They’re not fighting for anything meaningful because it’s a football game! A fiction! And we’re supposed to believe that these chowder heads are fighting for reputation or honor? Rubbish!

ugly mugsThere they are, after the game, firms from both teams squaring off in a back alley, stupid thugs with ugly mugs, going at it hammer, tongs, bricks and boards. It’s an orgy of ignorance, really.

I’m sorry, but if that’s what your society has degraded into, then I think it’s time to throw it onto the trash heap of history and forget it. The quicker the better.

In all fairness the U.S. is little better – in fact, its a surprise there’s not more sports related violence here. But the U.K. has us beat – the violence there is organized!

It’s not lost on me that this violence is entirely intended by our controllers. They want professional sports to be a substitute for war. They want people to take it that seriously. They are fully aware that the frustrations of wage-slavery need to be regularly vented, or else sooner or later dead bankers will be hanging from the street lamps.

Ahhhh, dead bankers. Makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

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