In all ages, in all lands, there have been those who seek truth. This seeking is an individual's search for something more than self, and much more than the confines of this worldly system. It is the seeker, who understands there is more than what meets the eye, who is not afraid and makes the choice to go into the unknown. The process of awaking has begun, the discovery is underway.
Alan Watt - Would You Join Me In The Woods For A Casual Conversation (2006)
Author and screenwriter Aldous Huxley is best known for his 1932 novel 'Brave New World,' a nightmarish vision of the future.
Ensconced in his recently purchased villa in the South of France, in late 1931 Huxley began work on what is now widely considered to be one of the Western canon's most important novels. Published in 1932, Brave New World marks the apogee of Huxleyâ€™s abilities as a satirist. The world it presents, however, is viewed through a much darker lens, informed by the writerâ€™s growing anxieties about the direction of political, social and scientific progress. Brave New World is also an astonishingly prescient novel, foretelling advances in each of these areas that were as much as a half-century away.
Former husband of Huma Abedein, sex perv, busted for sending pictures of his genitals to a 15 year old. Of the twelve NYPD investigators that were known to have seen the contents of Weiner's laptop committed "suicide". It's not a stretch of the imagination to guess why the other three aren't talking. Rumors of a file folder called "Insurance Policy" containing a video file called FRAZZLEDRIP abound, with a single still frame having been leaked to verify the story of its contents.
There can be no doubt that Bill Gates has worn many hats on his remarkable journey from his early life as the privileged son of a Seattle-area power couple to his current status as one of the richest and most influential people on the planet. But, as we have from Gatesâ€™ rise as unelected global health czar and population control advocate, the question of who Bill Gates really is is no mere philosophical pursuit.
Who is Bill Gates? How Bill Gates Monopolized Global Health
Bill Hicks was an American stand-up comedian and social critic in the tradition of Lenny Bruce and Richard Pryor. While he achieved only limited commercial success in his short lifetime, most of it in Great Britain, he is now regarded as one of the most influential American comedians of the twentieth century. With intellectual influences as wide-ranging as psychiatrist Carl Jung and linguist/political critic Noam Chomsky, Hicks married the middle-brow philosophical meandering of Woody Allen with the lacerating moral clarity of an Old Testament prophet. As a motion in the British House of Commons made on the tenth anniversary of his death declared, Hicks â€œmay be mentioned as being worth[y] of inclusion with Lenny Bruce in any list of unflinching and painfully honest political philosophers.â€
Britney Spears is a classic example of the Hollyweird Disney kid cum Pop Star MK-Ultra victim. We've witnessed numerous textbook breakdowns and subsequent "re-hab" (re-programming) events, and now it seems she's ready to tell her story to the world. Just getting ahead of this one, Britney didn't kill herself...
John McAfee @officialmcafee Sep 4 2020 Â· I had to share this-- @officialmcafee rocking out to Britney Spears has b...
There are two kinds of cryptography in this world: cryptography that will stop your kid sister from reading your files, and cryptography that will stop major governments from reading your files. This book is about the latter.
If I take a letter, lock it in a safe, hide the safe somewhere in New York, then tell you to read the letter, thatâ€™s not security. Thatâ€™s obscurity. On the other hand, if I take a letter and lock it in a safe, and then give you the safe along with the design specifications of the safe and a hundred identical safes with their combinations so that you and the worldâ€™s best safecrackers can study the locking mechanismâ€”and you still canâ€™t open the safe and read the letterâ€”thatâ€™s security.
For many years, this sort of cryptography was the exclusive domain of the military. The United Statesâ€™ National Security Agency (NSA), and its counterparts in the former Soviet Union, England, France, Israel, and elsewhere, have spent billions of dollars in the very serious game of securing their own communications while trying to break everyone elseâ€™s. Private individuals, with far less expertise and budget, have been powerless to protect their own privacy against these governments.
During the last 20 years, public academic research in cryptography has exploded. While classical cryptography has been long used by ordinary citizens, computer cryptography was the exclusive domain of the worldâ€™s militaries since World War II. Today, stateâ€“ofâ€“theâ€“art computer cryptography is practiced outside the secured walls of the military agencies. The layperson can now employ security practices that can protect against the most powerful of adversariesâ€”security that may protect against military agencies for years to come.
Do average people really need this kind of security? Yes. They may be planning a political campaign, discussing taxes, or having an illicit affair. They may be designing a new product, discussing a marketing strategy, or planning a hostile business takeover. Or they may be living in a country that does not respect the rights of privacy of its citizens. They may be doing something that they feel shouldnâ€™t be illegal, but is. For whatever reason, the data and communications are personal, private, and no one elseâ€™s business.
comment: As far as politics are concerned, Bruce is quite naive: He still doesn't get it, that nine eleven was an inside job, and he fell for the mainstream propaganda on Syria (Assad didn't use chemical weapons, the CIA sponsored Muslim terror groups did) and on the Ukraine (there are no Russian troops in the Ukraine, but CIA sponsored neo-nazis), but apart from those forgivable flaws, his understanding of the methods of professional intelligence gathering is quite exceptional.
Harvard's CRCS - The NSA, Snowden and Surveillance (CRCS Lunch Seminar)
Edgar Cayce (pronounced Kay-Cee, 1877-1945) has been called the "sleeping prophet," the "father of holistic medicine," and the most documented psychic of the 20th century. For more than 40 years of his adult life, Cayce gave psychic "readings" to thousands of seekers while in an unconscious state, diagnosing illnesses and revealing lives lived in the past and prophecies yet to come.
Later in life, Cayce would find that he had the ability to put himself into a sleep-like state by lying down on a couch, closing his eyes, and folding his hands over his stomach. In this state of relaxation and meditation, he was able to place his mind in contact with all time and space â€” the universal consciousness, also known as the super-conscious mind. From there, he could respond to questions as broad as, "What are the secrets of the universe?" and "What is my purpose in life?" to as specific as, "What can I do to help my arthritis?" and "How were the pyramids of Egypt built? His responses to these questions came to be called "readings," and their insights offer practical help and advice to individuals even today.