Should CluesForum exist? – Resounding YES here

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Resident philosopher Hoi Pilloi starts a brilliant thread on cluesforum.

My quick and easy comment is yes, cluesforum.info is probably the most important website on the internet and should exist.

Posts like this lead me to believe Hoi is one of the best philosophers commenting on the matrix we all love to study and decode.

If you’re not a cluesforum member, feel free to comment below on this topic.

Without cluesforum, there would be no fakeologist — I am sure of that.

It isn’t as if getting all sorts of praise for saving people from believing fairy stories would make us feel any better. It would probably make us feel very little difference at all. We would just be confused why people suddenly decided to wake up and no wiser about what it takes for them to do so. All we might conclude is that patience and optimism are necessary and our site serves as a distraction from meditative activities, as much as any Alex Jones or Michael Moore sort of pseudo-truth entertainment. Because of this and because people seem to be fickle, as a whole, about what the present paradigm ever is, what kind of difference can we expect from making people aware of the falseness of all the fear stories? What stories are we supposed to be creating as a replacement for the general populous’ craving for the bizarre and emotionally manipulative? Must we break people’s addictions to such feelings, and if so, how?

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4 thoughts on “Should CluesForum exist? – Resounding YES here

  1. tsisageya

    Yes, of course it should. How else would I have learned that rocketry cannot work in the vacuum of space.

    I do still love TNG though, but that’s in the future and it has Patrick-fucking (sorry) Stewart.

    You have convinced me of so many things. However, it’s become a distraction and taken me away from things that may/or may not be real. :::DIZZY:::

  2. Blue MoonBlue Moon

    “What stories are we supposed to be creating as a replacement for the general populous’ craving for the bizarre and emotionally manipulative? Must we break people’s addictions to such feelings, and if so, how?”
    I see the fakery as a weapon and the fear they generate as wounds- There is no need to replace the fake stories; as we out one story after another, let the wounds heal without replacement because there was no need for a story in the first place-
    There’s a bizarre Irisher out there in the pod-o-sphere named Thomas Sheridan- He’s a fascinatingly toxic goo but one concept he stresses that I embrace, though a cliché it may be, is that evolution, not revolution, is the ticket- Revolution will eventually take you right back where you started- People waking up is evolution-

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