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Re: Reality Is Realistic

Postby Meno_ » Fri Apr 07, 2017 9:48 pm

Remember in the darkness a new simulation is borne, who would, could really tell. Using gas on civilians may also have been a very cleverly constructed simulation. Remember Saddam's weapons of mass destruction? But, if, the ideo-logical exasperating terminal, then those who run the puppet show may see some justification here.

Some of NDK' s failures on launch are probably effects of cyber warfare
This is the new realism, most are spin doctored.
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Re: Reality Is Realistic

Postby CelineK » Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:23 pm

right but playing the duality game with me doesnt work well with me because I am aware of orwellian dialectic: "war is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength"

stealing, killing, enslaving is what I am referring to and will forever remain what they are. Just like buddhism advocates: not all negative experiences are worth experiencing, especially those springing from human conditioning by a very few.

I believe that darkness is powerful, but only which that come from within and prompts self-betterment whereas which imposed upon us is completely different and negative. There is a good and bad form of Darkness. And so is Light. And equal balance of "good darkness and good light" is essential to life... just like day (acting) and night (resting)


Some Guy in History wrote:Spoiler alert: The light is the evil one. It puts all of its darkness on the dark, claims it to be evil and good is sick and tired of losing, so the light is going to get bitch-smacked around until it realizes we built this shit in the dark before the light and before the light of truth exposed it.

And when it comes down to choosing between the ugliness of the light and the beauty found in the darkness, you can expect to find me most often amongst my beautiful darkness then on some throne surrounded by lofty wannabe angels.



Find Me (In the Darkness)

In the cool darkness find me
standing amid pale moon light
There I will be
a man of stature and size
not creeping through shadows
nor lurking with intent maddening
but striding forward
fiery spirit within me, blazing
hidden behind darkened eyes
born of the need to survive
Look as if I fit in
Be like and look like them
for if I don't, tis my downfall
as they rip to shreds something
as they rip to shreds me
for satisfaction so momentary
a brief respite from what I sought
to bring to the world; their loss
Causing them to think thoughts
they'd rather not
buried down deep in consciousness
stored in forgottenness
rage and anger and torment
sorrow and bitter regret
secrets behind lies
lies behind secrets
doors shut and never opened
doors opened that should be shut
cycling and circulation through unstable
frames of minds; they're unable
to exercise, beyond their current frame
lost to the box they can't escape
but find me in the darkness
standing amid pale moon light
There I will be, where no one looks to see
hidden behind darkened eyes
striking blows for frightened minds
because freedom is a dream shared
It is a dream fought for and protected
On all fronts and in all ways
and we deserve freedom of peace of mind
freedom on all fronts and in all lives
so that no more have to live in
sorrow and pain and torment
and no more will have to suffer
the way that some suffer
too intense and too wrong for words
where only silence is
and thought just can't sum up
so much loss, so much anger
so much sadness; rage; unconstrained
caused by ourselves and our fellow man
failing to rise above inferior plan
falling prey to enemies that have preyed
on our species for far too long
and have put paid
to every bit of our societal decay
Find me in the darkness
Standing in the moonlight
Gazing up at stars and sky
There I stand and there I fight.
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Re: Reality Is Realistic

Postby CelineK » Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:34 pm

this sarin attack is all kabuki theater, I am afraid.

the west is paying for its own destruction for oil

jerkey wrote:Remember in the darkness a new simulation is borne, who would, could really tell. Using gas on civilians may also have been a very cleverly constructed simulation. Remember Saddam's weapons of mass destruction? But, if, the ideo-logical exasperating terminal, then those who run the puppet show may see some justification here.

Some of NDK' s failures on launch are probably effects of cyber warfare
This is the new realism, most are spin doctored.
The Laws Of Light, Emotions And Sexuality. http://www.celinek.net The time has come in the history of man's journey from his material jungle to his spiritual mountain top when it is imperative that he must live more and more in the cosmic Light universe of knowing, and less in the electric wave universe of sensing -- Walter Russell.
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Re: Reality Is Realistic

Postby Meno_ » Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:46 pm

Both are symptoms of energy dependence , the oil to fuel the great.universal hunger, the defensive nuclear option, ingended.long term peaceful uses, now, the diet of.greed, of more and more movement and less nd less interest in the places moving into.

Life is more.ingeresting in is motion.
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Re: Reality Is Realistic

Postby Some Guy in History » Sat Apr 08, 2017 6:23 pm

right but playing the duality game with me doesnt work well with me because I am aware of orwellian dialectic: "war is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength"

stealing, killing, enslaving is what I am referring to and will forever remain what they are. Just like buddhism advocates: not all negative experiences are worth experiencing, especially those springing from human conditioning by a very few.

I believe that darkness is powerful, but only which that come from within and prompts self-betterment whereas which imposed upon us is completely different and negative. There is a good and bad form of Darkness. And so is Light. And equal balance of "good darkness and good light" is essential to life... just like day (acting) and night (resting)


who's playing games? TO me, peace is still peace, freedom is still freedom and ignorance is still ignorance and not a strength. If you can't still look at the facts instead of what is, then you fail to remember what things are and how they should be. Just because our reality is fucked, doesn't mean that the definitions change or that these things are in any way lessened by it. You have already had the duality of it all fuck with you for you to even combat the argument in the way you just did.
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Re: Reality Is Realistic

Postby Some Guy in History » Mon Apr 10, 2017 6:52 pm

Just because we find peace in the war, in the conflict, does not mean anything other than a conformity to what is instead of what should be; a giving in to making ourselves enjoy it the way it is instead of the way we want it.
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Re: Reality Is Realistic

Postby Ultimate Philosophy 1001 » Sat Apr 15, 2017 6:50 pm

Some Guy in History wrote:Spoiler alert: The light is the evil one. It puts all of its darkness on the dark, claims it to be evil and good is sick and tired of losing, so the light is going to get bitch-smacked around until it realizes we built this shit in the dark before the light and before the light of truth exposed it.

Light has multiple meanings. Eventually it was a term put in the folklore of primitives...humans not nocturnal species, thus were afraid of the dark. The dark could mean death and danger.

Now, the term has been retrofitted by modern new-age hipsters, most of which are detestable, and retrofitted to their ends. Like, Coldplay and Pop 40 are the "Lightworkers"...positivity is "good" and negative, dark people people who hate society are evil.

Basically, it is like a sickening replay of the Elysium movie, and most of these people are unbearable.

Obviously, people who hate society are not evil. If I say "Someone kills 5000 people" Society will say "That person is evil". But they ignore the context. Who knows if the 5000 they killed deserved to die or were evil or good.
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Re: Reality Is Realistic

Postby Some Guy in History » Sat Apr 15, 2017 6:52 pm

Yes. Light and Dark both have multiple meanings. You can quit hitting the light switch, now.

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