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Some Quotes
« on: January 04, 2023, 06:06:36 am »

From Misanthropy-FB

“Dear human,
Could you do me a favor…
Go run an extension cord into your  bathroom.
Grab your toaster from the kitchen.
Plug the toaster into the extension cord.
Place the toaster on the bathroom floor.
Begin filling the bath tub with water.
Stare at yourself in the mirror until bath tub is full.
Remove all your clothes, but leave your underwear on.
Get into the bathtub.
Reach over and pick up the toaster.
Hold the toaster above your head.
Inhale a deep breathe, hold then exhale slowly.
Scream from the top of your lungs once, and only once…
Then plunge the toaster under the water.
Have a good one.
A misanthrope

“The definition of a spiritual being shared by several religions appears to be the most accurate one: a spiritual being is an entity possessed of awareness, creativity, and personality. It is not composed of matter or of any other component of the physical universe; it appears instead to be an immortal unit of awareness which cannot perish, although it can become entrapped by physical matter. The spiritual being is fully capable of understanding itself.”
From author William Bramley

“War can be an effective tool for maintaining social and political control over a large population.”
From Gods of Eden by author William Bramley

(Charles Hoy) Fort developed other theories from his research, several of which have endured and still remain provocative today. In The Book of the Damned, he wrote:
I think we’re property. I should say we belong to something: That once upon a time, this earth was No-man’s Land, that other worlds explored and colonized here, and fought among themselves for possession, but that now it’s owned by something: That something owns this earth—all others warned off.

Fort concluded that the human race does not have a very high status in relation to Earth’s extraterrestrial owners. In addressing the puzzle of “why don’t they [Earth’s owners] ever come here, or send here, openly,” he philosophized:

Would we, if we could, educate and sophisticate pigs, geese, cattle?
Would it be wise to establish diplomatic relation with the hen that now functions, satisfied with mere sense of achievement by way of compensation?

In addition to likening the human race to self-satisfied livestock, Fort believed that a direct influence over human affairs was being exerted by Earth’s apparent owners:

I suspect that, after all, we’re useful—that among contesting claimants, adjustment has occurred, or that something now has a legal right to us, by force, or by having paid out analogues of beads for us to former, more primitive, owners of us—that all of this has been known, perhaps for ages, to certain ones upon this earth, a cult or order, members of which function like bellwethers to the rest of us, or as superior slaves or overseers, directing us in accordance with instructions received—from Somewhere else—in our mysterious usefulness.”
From Gods of Eden by author William Bramley

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