When? Tonight at 7:11pm EDT
What? Marysville-Pilchuck high school shooting, taking a real event and twisting it, and ebola in the mediaNo tags for this post.
No wonder we get daily subconscious propaganda injections. Only 1% of our activities are driven by our conscious minds, with the rest by our base thoughts. The PRC knows this. They know how to manipulate and move our minds, and perfect it generation after generation.
Dr Lipton explains that there are two separate minds that create what he calls the body’s controlling voice. There is a conscious mind that can think freely and create new ideas ‘out of the box’. Then there is the subconscious mind, which is basically a super computer loaded with a database of programmed behaviors, most of which we acquired before we reached the age of six.
H/T Videre. I think Jan Erik may like this, even if the science is just scientism.No tags for this post.
Great list of the reasons for the Ebola hoax.
“In any major covert op, there are always multiple objectives and levels of opportunity, and they are not wasted. The interesting thing is, 99.99% of the players who benefit don’t even realize the whole thing is a planned op.” (The Magician Awakes, Jon Rappoport)
This is not a complete list of benefits from the Ebola op. However, it does cover a significant amount of territory.
Nothing gets attention in their media like things blowing up. This is the main reason that NASA, the space fakery division of the psyOp Dept of Fear, creates these movies.
Most citizens are numb to the space program. Even if they believe in it, they really don’t care about it. It’s doubtful any would agree to continue spending money on it, considering they see very little tangible benefit in their slave lives.
Like car recalls, shootings, plane crashes, they’re all mainly fabricated events to keep tension at the top of your mind, keep you distracted and busy, and of course broke and fearful.
Just seconds after liftoff on Tuesday, an unmanned Antares rocket exploded. This marks the first accident since NASA began delivering cargo to the International Space Station using private operators.
Fortunately, no one was killed in the accident, but once again all eyes are on NASA and its safety precautions.
In the years since Americans began venturing into space, more than 160 launches have failed.
We’ve compiled five of the worst NASA accidents ever: