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  1. Master of None

    Enjoyed the change of pace with today’s show. Being suspicious, skeptical and even interrogatory (as in interrogated) wears on me and it was nice to just hear a human conversation. Please don’t stop doing what Fakeologist does best, though. Your work might actually change things for the better!

    Ab, please stop referring to Annette’s age. Am I right she is only about 20 years older than you? (and me, for that matter). Age is another thing the elite want you to buy into.

    I talked with a naturopath this week. He is probably about Annette’s age. He was telling me about several different schools of thought he had combined to gain even greater insight into diagnosing and treating his clients.

    He has been refining this method for forty years. Unfortunately, if he dies when the actuaries predict for a white male in the western world, he will not have time to perfect his approach or teach others and all he has learned will be lost.

    I firmly believe that the elite, with the crappy food, irradiation methods, corporate processing, mass farming methods, vaccines, toxins, fluoridated water, etc. etc. are in part to prevent anyone living long enough to figure things out and enable the next generation to build on it. It seems each generation is having to reinvent the wheel, while the elite are generations ahead of us in knowledge. Just as we are our most knowledgeable and least afraid, we are deemed “old” and programmed to die.

    In closing, anyone interested in natural health, who doesn’t believe germ theory, mandatory age related health decline or that the best we can hope for is symptom management with prescription mess and not actual healing, I am reading a great book, building on the work of Weston A. Price, called, “The Micronutrient Miracle”, by Calton and Calton. Annette, perhaps your arthritis and cancer can be reversed with micronutrients.

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    1. annspinwall4

      Master of None,

      Thank you so much for the kind post. I don’t mind references to my age. I’m a bit proud to be in my 60’s and still have some working brain cells and know I’m considered a benefit to the forum (minus the black goo, but I intend to defend that after doing more research).

      After the double mastectomy, almost 3 years ago, my body seemed to crave nothing but good food. I ate mostly a raw food diet, lots of salads with the occasional piece of chicken added….I was juicing and taking really good care of myself. I lost 60 pounds and felt good. Unfortunately, things were hectic at the doctors office during all my surgical scheduling etc and I missed out on important patient information. About 6 months after the surgery, I developed lymphedema. My right arm started swelling and there was a heaviness and burning. I googled those terms and the 1st thing to come up was lymphedema. Anyway, long story short, I felt defeated. I came through the surgery with no emotional baggage but knowing I now had a chronic issue that required special compression garments for my arms and visits to physical therapy for “manual lymph drainage” just set me back. I’ve been lucky and the condition hasn’t been bad, which is good because I refuse to wear the compression sleeves every day. So, I am now at a point where I want to start taking care of myself again. I take good supplements (but I’ve recently heard that all that may not be what it is touted to be). I’ll take a look at the book you recommend. The arthritis can be painful and I would really like something to help that.
      Thanks for taking the time to comment,
      Annette

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  2. smj

    the kennedy library is proud of joe’s studio career. that’s where he made his first fortune…

    www.jfklibrary.org/JFK/The-Ken…

    he competed against t. keith glennan pushing the talkies. his best friend, james roosevelt, worked for samuel goldwyn…

    m.youtube.com/watch?v=EOP8FL_m…

    the roosevelts have an interesting history- cornelius founded chemical bank (modern day chase bank); thee sr. founded two institutes of the muses, the metropolitan musuem of art and the american museum of natural history.

    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodo….

    thee was teddy’s dad and eleanor’s (we had our own inbred royals it seems) granddad. teddy’s cousin, granville, married into the bell-hubbard-grosvener clan and produced the actress, helene whitney, and thalia, the rape victim that inspired the massie affair showtrial…

    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grace_…

    …hypertext a little bit and you’ll see all these folks are narrative devices…

    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massie…

    for instance thee’s ole lady inspired margeret mitchell we’re told…

    “It is believed by some that the character of Scarlett O’Hara, in Margaret Mitchell’s novel, Gone With the Wind, was based partly on Mittie.[2] (Another inspiration is said to have been Mitchell’s own businesswoman grandmother.) Mittie was a true southern belle, a beautiful and spirited woman at her best, not unlike the fictional Scarlett. Mitchell had, in fact, interviewed Mittie’s closest childhood friend and bridesmaid, Evelyn King, for a story in the Atlanta Journal newspaper in the early 1920s.[8] In that interview, Mittie’s beauty, charm, and fun-loving nature were described in detail.[2]”

    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martha…

    by the way, it was the ‘splendid splinter’ that had his head frozen. we’re told it was used for batting practice…

    www.nydailynews.com/news/natio…

    … ‘teddy ballgame’ was named after teddy roosevelt of course and he served with john glenn in korea we’re told…

    “Williams flew 39 combat missions in Korea, earning the Air Medal with two Gold Stars in lieu of second and third awards, before being withdrawn from flight status in June 1953 after a hospitalization for pneumonia. This resulted in the discovery of an inner ear infection that disqualified him from flight status.[132] During the Korean War, Williams also served in the same Marine Corps unit with John Glenn; the future astronaut described Williams as one of the best pilots he knew.[129] In the last half of his missions, Williams was flying as Glenn’s wingman.”

    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Wi…

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    1. smj

      it was at one of thee’s institutes of the muses that the american eugenics society was initially organized as the eugenics committee of the united states by the executive committee of the second international congress of eugenics we’re told…

      “The Second International Congress of Eugenics was hosted by the American Museum of Natural History in New York in the fall of 1921.1 It was an impressive affair attended by over 300 delegates from around the world. Notables at the conference included future President Herbert Hoover; internationally renowned scientist Alexander Graham Bell (honorary President of the Congress); nationally known conservationist and future Governor of Pennsylvania, Gifford Pinchot; and Leonard Darwin, son of Charles Darwin.2 Henry Fairfield Osborn, Director of the Museum and noted paleontologist was President of the Congress. Madison Grant, New York lawyer, and author of The Passing of the Great Race (New York 1916) was Treasurer.3 Harry Laughlin, Superintendent of the Eugenics Record Office, was in charge of exhibits, and Lothrop Stoddard, popular writer and author of the Rising Tide of Color Against White Supremacy (New York 1920), was in charge of publicity.”

      www.ferris.edu/ISAR/archives/B…

      the american eugenics society would be based in cold spring harbor, the institute that watson’s crazy-ass ran for a few decades. cold spring harbor also gave us delbruck and luria’s (he retired to la jolla with szilard) bacteriophage hustle…

      www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic….
      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luria…

      …just how gullible of an ape does one have to be in order to believe in these pieces of bullgoo…

      textbookofbacteriology.net/pen…

      i wonder if your average gullible ape realizes that through voting for political actors, working for a large corporation, believing that there aren’t enough resources to go around, believing in probabilistic bullpsience like evolution and modern physics, and indoctrinating their children into doing all the bullshit above by sending them to schools and by visiting institutes of the muses that they are cooperating with the narrative devices that made them so gullible. the same narrative devices that would like nothing better than to see the extinction of the gullible ape.

      henry fairfield osborn ran thee’s institute of the muses at the time. he assembled the greatest team of dino-hustlers ever assembled, including the likes of barnum ‘bones’ brown and roy ‘indie’ chapman andrews…

      www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic….

      check out bell’s hustle with national geographic. he and his father in law taught us all about the world with the wonderful new art of photojournalism…

      voices.nationalgeographic.com/…

      bell hired the father of photojournalism we’re told…

      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilber…

      bell and nat geo taught us all about a giant spinning ball called earth and all the weird creatures that are somehow sticking to it. they helped popularize the new psientific hustle of anthropology. the 1920 olympics had just had their anthropolgy days and teddy’s daughter alice, the socialite of course, handed out the medals we’re told…

      www.slate.com/articles/sports/…
      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_…

      have you ever heard of the fairchild family?

      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairch…

      they and the bell family produced the likes of alexander graham fairchild, the famous bug hunter…

      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham…

      the fairchilds, the census bureau (billings and hollerith), and another watson gave us ibm…

      www4.wittenberg.edu/academics/…
      www-03.ibm.com/ibm/history/exh…
      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/George…
      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherma…

      and then there’s margaret sanger’s right-hand scumbag henry pratt fairfield (do you recognize that pratt name?)…

      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_…

      which makes sense seeing as the silicon valley was brought to us by a bunch of eugenicists, i’m sure you’ve heard of fairchild semi-conducter…

      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairch…

      …sherman fairchild hired the traiterous eight away from that other noted eugenicist william shockley we’re told.

      then you have the iq test, hp, and the termans…

      www.nndb.com/people/478/000165…

      …fred, the son, was the father of silicon valley we’re told…

      forum.stanford.edu/carolyn/ter…

      i could go on forever but whatever; vaccinate your kids and plop them, like black goo, in front of a computer screen or television until they are old enough for the indoctrination camp we call school. maybe make them take an iq test to see if they are domesticated enough to get into a good indoctrination camp…

      …it can’t be that bad or can it? i don’t remember so many kids being deathly allergic to so many mundane things or so many damn near retarded kids coming up, do you?

      i apologize for not knowing the religion of the scumbags above, i’m sure a couple are probably even jews; i’m just into naming names and not the religion. it’s too easy for gullible apes to focus on the group (jew/jesuit) while ignoring the actual perpetrators. i don’t know if all da jewz are evil, but i certainly know that the chairman of the board of the jfk library is…

      www.jfklibrary.org/About-Us/JF…

      …although caroline kennedy does seem to like the ‘masters of disasters’.

      it should come as no surprise that caroline married a exhibit designer for institutes of the muses…

      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edwin_…

      however, i do know that some of them were masons. check out the home of the fairchilds that gave us ibm and fairchild semiconducter…

      osdmasons.org/gallery/picture….
      www.thedailystar.com/news/life…
      en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairch…

      this shit isn’t “fun” like black goo; but its a shit-ton more important.

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      1. khammad

        “i’m just into naming names and not the religion”

        Perfect, exactly, there are real people with real names making stuff up for their benefit. Real people, real scams. That’s how we figure this deception out. We have to start with where the knowledge first comes from. smj has been telling us the origins of most of our modern day knowledge. He is one of the best epistemologists I have come across on the internet.

        Perhaps we can all use this term to describe ourselves here.

        Epistemologist: One who studies knowledge.

        I am an epistemologist because I study where our knowledge as a society comes from. Turns out most of it is made up. If you want knowledge that reflects reality then you can only count on what you can see yourself or from testimony from trusted individuals. For me this is not sad, it is refreshing. Now things finally make sense.

        A lot of people have put a lot of trust into individuals, like the friendly evening news anchor or a popularly elected president. Turns out you all have been lied to by these trusted individuals. But wait, there’s more. This is not a recent phenomenon, this out right lying has probably been going on as long as there have been groups with agendas.

        Take the Epic of Gilgamesh as an historical example of lying, maybe about 5000 years old. Utnapishtim, the Noah character, is given instructions from God to lie to the village people to get them to help build the ark. Utnapishtim told this lie: I will pay you a lot of money and make a feast for you all if you help me build the ark. Utnapishtim knew that the flood would kill every last one of the village people but he did as God instructed, he lied to them for his own benefit.

        It is almost as if the act of lying is in itself a kind of magic, especially if you are not expecting it.

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