In the past five years, magic—normally deemed fit only for children and tourists in Las Vegas—has become shockingly respectable in the scientific world. Even I—not exactly renowned as a public speaker—have been invited to address conferences on neuroscience and perception. I asked a scientist friend (whose identity I must protect), “Why the sudden interest?” He replied that those who fund science research find magicians “sexier than lab rats.”
Make the secret a lot more trouble than the trick seems worth. You will be fooled by a trick if it involves more time, money, and practice than you (or any other sane onlooker) would be willing to invest.
Thank you for tuning in for another episode of Tin Foil Hat with Sam Tripoli. This episode we go deep maybe too deep. We welcome twitter internet researcher Jay Kay to the to discuss her theory that Jonbenet never existed and it was all psyop special casted on all of us. Now Jay Kay went even deeper on the show so it gets really crazy. The views expressed by Jay Kay are really out there and not that of anyone else on the show. I do want to say that Jay Kay is not a podcaster, an author trying to sell a book, a fit maker or anything other than a researcher. This was her first podcast and she might not understand what can happen if you go little too deep. She didn’t ask to come on I asked her. So she isn’t a polished presenter so I ask you cut her some slack. I asked her on because I thought her thread was very interesting. If you don’t agree with something she said that is fine please just let it go. I like her enthusiasm and would love to talk to her again. Check out the thread she put together on Jonbenet that is really interesting. I learned a lot of stuff that I didn’t know about the case.
JonBenét wasn’t a sacrifice at all, she was a spell cast over all of us.
A composite of purity and light, developed and deployed in the dark.
Every detail of this case seems to evokes pain, suffering, disgust — our most powerful, draining, negative emotions.
ForKnisely, seeing people freak out because of their effects on camera is his favourite part. He’s hoping the police don’t end up coming by for any more false alarms, but is happy to know the neighbourhood is looking out for their community.”People believe these are actually bodies even though they’re just dummies,” he said.”Thanks for the compliment.”