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Creed – My Sacrifice

December 13, 2014

Music video by Creed performing My Sacrifice. (C) 2001 Wind-Up Entertainment, Inc.

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*Scott Stapp Threatened to Kill President Obama, Claims Singer’s Wife

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In late November, days after revealing that he’s “penniless” and living in a Holiday Inn, Creed frontman Scott Stapp was placed in a temporary, involuntary psychiatric hold following a request from his estranged wife, Jaclyn Stapp. Now, according to TMZ, Jaclyn and her sister attempted to place the singer in psychiatric care a second time following his initial release, after Stapp claimed to be a CIA agent tasked with the assassination of President Obama.

In a 911 call obtained by TMZ – and available to stream below – the sisters describe Stapp as being “off the drugs” and riding shirtless on a bicycle around his neighborhood, carrying two backpacks containing numerous (reportedly 400-600) CIA documents and assorted tools (including a screwdriver, wrench and a hard drive). They describe Stapp’s previous stints in rehab and his attempts to “self-medicate” paranoid schizophrenia. “I love him, and I want to see him get better,” Jaclyn says at the end of the clip. “But I just need law enforcement’s help. That’s the only way he’s gonna stop — when he hits his rock bottom.”

*“Return to Oz” : A Creepy Disney Movie That is Clearly About Mind Control

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While The Wizard of Oz was chosen and twisted to become a programming tool, Return to Oz was custom-made to become an ode to mind control. Based on Frank L. Baum’s The Land of Oz and Ozma of Oz (books 2 and 3 of the series), the Disney production added several key elements to the tale to make it about mind control. For instance, in the books, Dorothy is not sent to a psychiatric ward to get electroshocked. Why was this unsettling bit added to the movie?

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A Secret Ballroom Under A Lake?

December 13, 2014

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A giant statue of Neptune sits atop an underwater dome enclosing a secret room under the lake of the Witley Park in England.

The entire estate was drenched in opulence and extravagance. It was built in the late 1800s by Whitaker Wright, a shady businessman who was convicted of fraud after many years of floating bad loans and swindling investors. In 1904, he took his own life via cyanide pill on the day of his sentencing.

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Ancient and Modern Gnosticism

December 7, 2014

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Ancient and Modern Gnosticism

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…it was the discovery of a cache of ancient Gnostic scriptures at Nag Hammadi in the Egyptian desert in 1945 that really set off the modern phase of the Gnostic revival.

Although their translation into English was not complete until the late 1970s, early access to some of the writings inspired the great psychologist Carl Jung to draw parallels between the ancient Gnostics and modern depth psychology.

The publication in 1977 of the Nag Hammadi Librarytranslations, followed in 1978 by religious scholar Elaine Pagels’ best-selling exposition, The Gnostic Gospels, guaranteed that Gnosticism would not go away anytime soon.

Christian aspirations to a universal faith, applicable to anyone with ears to hear, led many Gnostics to posit that God the Father, of whom Jesus spoke, must be a different God altogether: a hitherto Unknown God Who existed far above the earthly realm and was free of ethnic contracts or favouritism.

Christ functioned as the messenger from this remote and impartial God, and some Gnostic scriptures downgraded the Jealous God of the Old Testament to the role of Demiurge, a lesser creator-god who brought a flawed Creation into existence and mistakenly ruled it with a heavy hand as if he were the True God.1

Thus, in the Gnostic view, salvation from this diminished material realm of suffering and injustice depended less on one’s mere beliefs or on the following of religious laws that the Demiurge put in place, than on the individual’s inner experience of gnosis – a divine knowledge of the cosmic order and one’s true identity.

The Gnostic scriptures alluded to Christ’s secret teachings, which would aid the Gnostic to embrace gnosis, and armed with this knowledge, to escape the illusory realm of the Demiurge at the time of death.

The most common Gnostic revision of the Creation story spoke of Sophia (Wisdom), an extension of the True God, venturing forth from the Pleroma (the fullness of the ineffable divine realm), producing an aborted spiritual being, Ialdobaoth (the Demiurge), who in turn created the flawed material world.

Sophia, seeing sparks of the divine entrapped in matter, descended to try and free them and was herself entrapped.

It took the efforts of the Christ (pre-existing in the Pleroma) to extricate her and return her, past the Archons presiding over intermediate planes, to her rightful place beside Him: a tale symbolic of the plight of the soul enmeshed in illusion.

Finally, the indications in Gnostic scriptures, such as the Gospel of Philip and the Gospel of Mary, that Mary Magdalene was closer to Jesus than the other disciples and received secret teachings denied to them, undercut both St. Paul’s misogynist version of Christianity and the Catholic Church’s claim to legitimacy based on St. Peter’s supposed selection as the “rock” on which the Church would be built.

The prominent role given to the Divine Feminine via the Gnostic veneration of the Magdalene and Sophia was partly recuperated by the Roman Church through the significance it later afforded the Virgin Mary, but this status was subsumed within the overall supremacy of a Church run by celibate males.

In ripping away the façade of normality, we come face to face with our true dilemma – we live in a maze of illusions and self-delusions from which we must extricate ourselves. This is, of course, a fundamentally Gnostic worldview.

The ancient Gnostics were aware that material existence is, at its root, a beguiling and temporary illusion. (Hindus called this “Maya”).

Modern physics has confirmed this at the sub-molecular level, where one can see that apparently solid objects are, in fact, composed of moving bits of energy that are neither wholly particle nor wave. The closer one looks, the less there is to see. The vast emptiness of outer space is mirrored by the vast emptiness within matter itself.

Esoteric traditions around the world teach that consciousness can exist independent of the body, and that the ability to deliver our consciousness from its addiction to sensory input and compulsive thought patterns can lead to an experience of divine consciousness (gnosis).

The message of the Christ of the Gnostics was not that he considered himself the unique and only Son of God, but that each person has the potential to expand their consciousness across the vast emptiness to the level of godhood or Self-realisation.

If the illusoriness of daily life was self-evident in the relatively simple world of two millennia ago, it is becoming even more so, for those with the eyes to see, in the present world of cybernetic virtual realities, Hollywood dream-worlds, instant messaging, corporate branding campaigns, and information warfare.

*The Nag Hammadi Library
Codex Index

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… your light, give me your mercy! My Redeemer, redeem me, for I am yours; the one who has come forth from you. You are my mind; bring me forth! You are my treasure house; open for me! You are my fullness; take me to you! You are (my) repose; give me the perfect thing that cannot be grasped!

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Blondie – Atomic

December 4, 2014

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Doris Day – Tic Tic Tic

November 30, 2014

From the movie My Dream Is Yours (1949).

Uploaded by Janet Moore

(Thanks to @Dr. John)

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The Light in the Darkness

November 25, 2014

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The Light in the Darkness

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It is startling how human beings rarely if ever achieve a lasting enlightenment. We may catch a glimpse of illumination, yet it is a fleeting epiphany that fades as the speeding luminosity of a falling star. It is lost and forgotten amidst the relentless shower of diversions our society provides. We allow the distractions to consume the quality and power of our lives. We surrender to our personalized confusion with our lack of interest in creating them. This is the ultimate darkness. Not one that waits for its perfect moment to influence, command, embezzle and seize our energy. It is one that we enable with our attitude, behavior, entitlement and emotional drama. We sustain our own darkness with the conditions and restrictions we apply to our lives. Our darkness is the measure of our human potential unattained and unexpressed.

Soul Persuasion:

We have been conditioned to live almost exclusively from our mind and body. We exist within a social paradigm commonly adopted as “reality,” primarily steeped in left-brain activity and interaction. Much as the fish that swims in water not seeing the limitations of its existence, we too are chained to the invisible boundaries of a manufactured lifestyle. This is one way we align ourselves with negative energy. We allow the darkness into our lives with our silence, selfishness, disinterest and the anesthetizing of our sensibilities. We become vulnerable to the chaotic, lower frequencies we tend to perceive as “evil.” These dark forces attempt to transmute our energetic signatures into a form easier to control, conquer and consume.

We witness the evidence of evil in society on a daily basis. It is reflected in human behavior with war, destruction, genocide, inequality and injustice. Darkness thrives in the malevolence of murder, rape, domestic violence, character assassination and the tradition of competition found primarily in politics, business and sports. These attributes of human existence run rampant around the globe. They bombard us with such frequency, impact and effect that we become desensitized to their horrors. Yet, evil is not the monster under the bed or the demon in the darkness. It is not an existential entity that preys upon our apathy, unconsciousness and fear. It is we who sacrifice our personal power by the quality of our thoughts, behaviors, actions and emotional and energetic expression. These traits expose us to negative energies that become hate, anger, vengeance, selfishness and cruelty. Eventually, we render ourselves susceptible to these dark influences and they become our nature. We become a conduit of darkness

Darkness is so clever; it uses our own effort, energy and life force against us to further its agenda. It exploits our ego as a channel to silently and constantly influence us toward choices and actions that go against our reason, free will, common sense and intuition. The more we are aware of our darkness and its impression upon us, the more we are able to utilize it instead of the contrary. After all, it is a powerful facet of our being. It is ever present, no matter how much we attempt to avoid or deny its existence. We can transform this expression of our being into a positive force that benefits our lives. It is simply our perceptual fear of the raw, unknown power of our darkness that intimidates, weakens and immobilizes us. We hand our power over to what may be, not what is. With every fearful breath we draw, our connection with darkness strengthens and the fulfillment of our destiny wanes.

We are incapable of sustaining a capacity of being-ness for enlightenment. Our lives are lived ever striving to become something that we can only be in spirit. Perhaps this is the great mystery of life. It has been said that the most powerful light is harvested from the greatest darkness. Within this darkness there is only one thing that awaits us, our fear with which we react to the unknown. Fear is the demon we all must face. When we do, what once looked like a monster suddenly becomes a masterpiece of being when we see it for what it really is. An illusion of existential authority enabled subconsciously by the power of our own fear. It is an opportunity to draw strength from the deepest recesses of our being. The meaning of life isn’t to become enlightened. It is to free ourselves from the devices of our own darkness. It is to face and transform the only darkness that truly exists, our own.

By Iam Saums

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‘They Live’

November 16, 2014

A drifter discovers a pair of sunglasses that allow him to wake up to the fact that aliens have taken over the Earth.

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