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What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?

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I’ve been thinking about the Gregorian Calendar and how that might fit into the numerology of Unified Code Theory, and how that might fit with CRM 114. I have no definitive answers but there must be a connection.

CRM 114 appears repeatedly in Stanley Kubrick movies and across popular media, originally appearing in Dr. Strangelove as the receiver in the B-52 bombers that could receive recall codes for a nuclear attack. Since then, CRM 114 usually factors into the idea of deception, illusion, and fear.

Lots of youtubers have done interesting work on CRM 114, including Polarization Nation Media, although I differ a bit with that channel, in that I see a more malicious, anti-human agenda behind the unified code.

In any case, to the entire investigation I can only add one new thing with some certainty: CRM – “Cargo Radio Maintenance” – represents us humans. We are the cargo.

Here, the number 114 is linked to John 1:14: “The Word became flesh…”

There are vibrations, frequencies or harmonics attached to the word becoming flesh, and to matter becoming mind, as suggested by the culminating sound of the monolith in the caveman scene of 2001: A Space Odyssey.

What is being announced to us when the controllers drop “CRM 114” into media? That they either already have the access code – the circuit breaker – for this frequency, or they are seeking it.

The CRM 114 switch is not found in CERN. I’m convinced that CERN is an elaborate hoax on par with Apollo 11. CERN is a theatrical set, and indeed the only real thing produced there (apart from sketchy, fake science) is drama – as witnessed by their recent off-Broadway production.

If the controllers already have the CRM 114 switch, I suspect that this is a metaphor, and that non-human artificial intelligence has the capacity for a telepathic key turn.

Mandela Effect Residual

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Above is the clock in Prague that was included in yesterday’s post.

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Notice that the position of Madagascar is the “old” position of this island – the position I remember it being in on the maps that I stared at for hours, growing up.

The “new” position of Madagascar in this timeline is closer to Cape Hope at the tip of Africa, which in the clock above is North instead of South (the map being upside down).

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This map was featured on this page several months ago. It very accurately depicts the Mandela Effect’s effect (strange string of words) on the world map. I would even say that most of Sri Lanka was West of the tip of India, and now it is all to the East. I agree with the other changes shown on this map. I’ve been Mandela Effected.

All is Number

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Prague Clock: Notice the upside-down map of the flat earth…

It is clear that all kinds of media – including popular media and news – is coded and loaded with occult symbols and numbers (7, 9, 11, 13, 21, 22, 666, 777, etc…).

There are about half a dozen youtubers who are particularly adept at decoding the numerology in the media. If the controllers or puppet masters had business cards, it would be the numbers they leave behind at their crime scenes.

There are two interesting possibilities for the controllers’ fascination with these numbers. First, on one level, their obsession can be interpreted as just that, an obsession. I think there is an element of truth to this.

These controllers, who fancy themselves intermediaries between this world and others, form a kind of circle jerk, getting off on anything that diminishes humankind. Their use of numbers is like a bunch of voodoo pins, each one a curse.

Second, on another level, I’m beginning to think that with the deployment of these numbers, the controllers are attempting to write over the computer code that runs in the background of our world – that runs our world, to be more accurate.

There is an attempt here to reprogram the Matrix, and to nudge or somehow propel the timeline into a direction favoring non-human and anti-human intelligence.

But consider the calendar that we use, and the controllers’ careful adherence to its numerical logic… Why 9-11, September 11, after all? It seems so random.

Unless it’s not – unless our current calendar was calibrated precisely for our latest version of the Matrix, the Aztec Fifth World: Grand Theft World 5, if you will.

I’m beginning to toy with the idea that the Gregorian Calendar, named after Pope Gregory XIII, and which launched in 1582, is paired with some kind of digital reboot, some kind of mathematical adjustment to a larger and longer timeline. Of course, the announced motivation for Gregory’s calendar had to do with adjusting the celebration of Easter. There had to me more at stake…

The year 1582 is a curious one, not long after the conquests of Mexico and Peru, when, for a bunch of gods, it was out with the old and in with the new.

Also, I’m beginning to toy with the idea that the “Middle Ages” did not really happen. And so a system reboot – or launch – in 1582 would be about right…

I know ancient Rome happened, because my friends and I used to break into the closed hills of the Forum when I went to high school there, you know, to smoke weed and be with our girlfriends. The important thing is that the ruins felt 2,000 years old.

However, between the Fall of Rome and the Plague of the 14th Century (if that even happened) we basically have 1,000 years of very little happening… Very little indeed.

The other marker I have are the early modern Spanish churches in Mexico, some of which are just ruins now, and their being 500 years old seemed right to me. So my personal gap in time is 1,000 years – unless I want to believe the same academic departments and armchair historians who lie about everything else.

I cannot put my finger on it exactly. Something does not quite feel right. Maybe some files got deleted. Maybe some files got hacked into and written over.

In conclusion, the controllers’ obsessive-compulsive behavior, their complete fixation with numbers, is only explainable if the calendar is a computer program or a software code. But they cannot let it run, unimpeded, and they must intervene with spellcraft, hoaxcraft, and false flags.

What does that make them, the controllers? Malware.

Playing Both Sides

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Like the US, the UK likes to play both sides of the game they call the “war on terror.”

The UK sponsored radical terror groups in Syria and Libya, including Al Qaeda and ISIS. Of course while some of their members are True Believers, top management works for MI6, the CIA (an offshoot of it), and Mossad.

So they pump up both real and fake terrorism, and employ vast legions of cyber-warriors, agents and trolls to get on line and spread this Islamic propaganda even further – testing, poking, prodding, hoping for entrapment here and there, and generally just fucking with people’s minds.

If the British PM really wants to reduce online spaces for radical propaganda, well, she’d better have a jobs program lined up for her own employees, although most of the double dealing comes from the other side of the pond. Maybe some agents will shift to the corporate sector, to combat their own agitprop and that of their former colleagues who were not pink slipped. Spy verus Spy.

The outsourcing of censorship is a possibility:

“We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed, yet that is precisely what the internet, and the big companies that provide internet-based services provide.”

This appears to be a case of the powers that be in Britain sponsoring both real and fake terrorism, and then insisting on coming to the rescue with an even stronger Orwellian surveillance state: create the problem and then offer the solution.

There are no governments in opposition to any of this double dealing. There are no NGOs in opposition, and no social movements or parties of any consequence.

The only real, legitimate dissent is found at the individual level, where a significant number of people understand who the criminals really are.

Mexican Superfood

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It’s the strangest thing. I’ve been feeling amazing over the past month. Today I swam for 40 minutes in the morning and ran for an hour in the afternoon.

Reflecting back, the only thing I changed (originally just for taste) was to add unsweetened cocoa tablets to my coffee twice a day, sometimes with a bit of stevia or honey for taste. A large morning cup and a medium-sized mid-afternoon cup. The cocoa enhances the flavor of coffee, making it more robust.

I picked up a bunch of this cocoa in the Philippines. Tablea. It took a week or two. I think my brain chemistry changed. Better sleep, after decades of recurring insomnia. More energy, more alertness. Cocoa is also very good for “the manpower.”

The ancient Mexicans were the first to cultivate the bean. They drank hot chocolate (the Nahuatl word is chocoatl) as a spicy drink. The Spaniards who tried it when they showed up, univited, found it to be an acquired taste. All the online articles credit the Incas or Mayas but I think the Olmecs of the Gulf Coast (refugees from Atlantis, but that’s another story) really discovered it. After seven years in Central Mexico I think I’m entitled to weigh in on this.

However, the Europeans would eventually take chocolate and contaminate it with refined sugar and milk, diminishing its effect. So today most people think of chocolate as fattening junk food.

The cocoa I’m talking about is not mixed with sugar in a Hershey’s tin. It’s this:

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I got online and discovered that cocoa is indeed some kind of superfood. No surprise there. Here are a few quotes from the Internets.

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The benefits of cacao are truly fantastic: it can improve your memory, increase your bliss, reduce heart disease, shed fat, boost immunity, and create loads of energy.

The Incas considered it the drink of gods, an association that gave rise to the scientific name of the cocoa tree, Theobroma cacao, from the Greek words theo (god) and broma (drink).

It may surprise you to discover that raw cacao contains nearly four times the antioxidant content of regular processed dark chocolate, 20 times more than blueberries, and 119 times more than bananas.

Raw (naturally fermented) cacao and processed chocolate sold in bars and pieces are two completely separate foods. Processed chocolate is made with roasted cocoa, sugar, milk, and other ingredients that turn it into a solid food.

Studies have found that by adding dairy this actually blocks the absorption of antioxidants in chocolate. While processed chocolate may taste delicious, the benefits of cacao are only found in the raw form.

As an aphrodisiac – Another mood-enhancing compound found in cacao is PEA or phenethylamine, which triggers the release of endorphins and pleasurable opium-like neurochemicals. These often release naturally when we fall in love and during sexual activity. (The only other food on earth that contains PEA is blue-green algae.)

Read more: http://dailysuperfoodlove.com/2852/21-fantastic-benefits-of-cacao/#ixzz4j1jQz5L5

According to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, drinking hot chocolate can help you think better too. The flavonoids increase the blood flow and oxygen to the brain. Since dementia is caused by a reduced flow of blood to the brain, researchers think it could be treated with cocoa.

https://www.mnn.com/food/beverages/stories/7-health-benefits-of-drinking-hot-cocoa

Obesity: A study has shown the potential benefits of cocoa in preventing high-fat diet-induced obesity. Its intake helps in modulating lipid metabolism and reducing the synthesis and transport of fatty acids. It has also demonstrated an improvement in thermogenesis, the mechanism of heat production in white adipose tissues and the liver.

https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/other/health-benefits-of-cocoa.html

 

Summer School

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Summer Session I got off to a great start.

The American students came from several universities, mostly from U. of Colorado and U of Wisconsin.

The Chinese students are not from Chengdu and most have never been here. They are from eastern China, and doing a “study abroad” in their own country.  Most are undergrads at NYU and U Penn.

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I’m supposed to provide some adult supervision. Some students have a Spring Break mentality and tear up the town.

This Summer my courses include Professional Development, and Public Speaking. I also fill out drop/add forms and negotiate grade disputes. Also, I make the coffee.

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Faculty also are just visiting for the Summer. Only a few of us are long-term.

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The noodle shop guy, extra happy because I brought him a ton of customers today.

Paris is Burning

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It is impossible to tell if the Trump administration pulled out of the Paris Agreement for the right reasons, but this is not bad news. Of course, the US pullout (on the surface good news) could be part of a larger and longer game, one in which Trump is slowly transformed into a comic-book villain in world opinion. He remains in character. He is returning to character, after spending these previous months as a consumate globalist.

The problem with the Paris Agreement is that it moves the international system towards the carbon trading scam originally invented by Enron. It also strengthens the capacity for global tax collection. The Agreement works well for the hedge-fund crowd, for self-righteous politicians, and for entrenched environmental interests.

I am of the view that the deepest and most underlying environmental problem is the industrialization of agriculture generally and the livestock industry specifically. Entire states are dedicated to farming corn, just to feed cows, for Fast Food Nation. This system is very energy intensive, wasteful, and the real costs are not factored into food. The environmental groups are mostly forbidden to talk about all this. Talk about sacred cows…

And there is the ethical matter of slaughtering mammals by the millions. Maybe I’m unenlightened, but I don’t feel the same way about chickens and fish.

A shift to urban gardening, and a shift away from using large mammals for protein (oh, the methane!) would do infinitely more to reduce pollution than the Paris Agreement.

The Paris Agreement would do absolutely nothing for the environment. Why would it? The same people who wrote it are part of the problem. After all, if they really wanted to solve the problem, the powers that be would have retained the pollution paradigm, as opposed to inventing the global warming and climate change paradigm. Pollution is obvious and real. Many cities have terrible air quality, and there are vortexes of plastic in the oceans. however, climate change is questionable at best.

So of course the paradigm shifted from the concrete to the abstract, in order to conform to the exigencies of financialization, speculation, and taxation.

The K-Krap Wave

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I read an interesting article recently – an academic paper – on how Korea, Japan and now China are using “soft power” to make some foreign policy gains in East Asia. This soft power includes the use of popular bands, often with “boy bands” or “girl bands,” etc… China even has a boy band that is actually all girls. Another gimmick. More on that in the future.

In a better world, these three countries would dispense with the pop-music nonsense and cultivate their own traditions, and focus more on the martial arts, etc…

Don’t get me wrong: I’m not against “cultural appropriation” at all. People have a right to eat whatever food, wear whatever they want, listen to whatever music they want, etc…

I just think that the “Korean wave,” for example, based on K-Pop music, is utter crap. This is really more of a marketing venture than anything else, with packaged, formulaic music.The very inception of these cookie-cutter bands, of each and every one of these bands, happens around a conference table.

Basically, these three countries have taken the worst aspects of western popular music and made them even worse.

Furthermore, we all know that sometimes certain Hollywood or Illuminati “cults” get behind certain bands, adorning them with all kinds of Masonic imagery, occult messages, and so on, turning the artists into grotesque billboards for their twisted agenda.

Well, with East Asia pop music this happens to an even greater degree – if that is even possible. These bands are just one ongoing psychological operation: a complete mind fuck.

Again, people can appropriate western music all they want (and distort it).

But the record should be set straight. Real rock and roll, and even real pop music, is western. More specifically, it is really only visible in the class, racial and social context of the US and the UK. This kind of music is geographically specific.

To some extent, the vibe is also visible in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. That’s it. As for Spanish rock bands – or Turkish or Mexican or Russian – there is no such thing. Even bands from Germany and Scandinavia are imitative. Consider Abba, for example, with catchy pop music to be sure. But Abba was a reflection of trans-Atlantic pop music that bordered on parody.

Some journalist recently wrote that readers should stop judging K-pop and J-pop through the lens of their western perspective. And give these bands a break. Why? These bands are having a go at western music. And doing a shit job of it.

Globalization Nation

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I landed in Chengdu 12 hours ago, but thought to post these snapshots of the information desk at Vancouver Airport. Actually, there are several of these desks, at least three, and each one of them has a globe – that spins! – on prominent display.

How is this not pure conditioning? How is this useful?

It’s as if a passenger might ask, “Gosh, I’m lost. Where are we on this globe?”

It’s as if the Information guy (who strangely greets with “Hello-Bonjour”) might say, “Well, we are here. If you want to get there, then please consider flying this other way.”

It’s as if people show up at the airport with no firm idea of their destination, “Hmm, I was thinking of going to Lima, Peru, but after consulting this globe…”

And for those travellers wishing to calculate their carbon footprints or factor in the expected amount of jet lag, the globe provides the “Direction of the Earth’s Rotation.” How handy.

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Canadalysis

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On my last day in Canada I’m thinking about how this country compares to the United States. My daughter summed it up well: “It’s a ‘chill’ country.” Especially in the winter.

The look and feel of Vancounver and Toronto is nicer and newer than in US cities. I’ve never been to Montreal so I cannot say. The public transportation system in the entire Vancouver area is quite good. The health insurance system works well, and local people like it. British Columbia (in May) has California weather, without California problems.

Canadian society is tolerant and pluralistic, but there are some new economic strains as noted in a previous post on globalized gentrification.

Apart from the Indian restaurants and other ethnic places, the local food is unappealing – and that says a lot, coming from an American like me. It’s like being in the Midwest in the 1970s: Land of bacon bits, non-dairy creamer, and blandness.

Our hotel had a free breakfast consisting of instant scrambled eggs (from powder, like for camping); overcooked potatoes for hashbrowns; soggy toast; and really nasty sausages that only my son would eat (against his mother’s advice). I am no foodie, not by any stretch, but even I was appalled.

And Tim Horton’s coffee? It’s over-rated.

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Above: Poutine, with French fries, cheese curds, and a brown gravy whose main function is to keep the fries warm.

Originally this was Quebecois dish now claimed by all of Canada, as a source of national pride, causing some Quebec people to accuse the rest of “cultural appropriation.” Here is an excerpt from Huffingtonpost Canada:

Invented in Quebec in the 1950’s, poutine’s prominence across Canada and around the world has really only risen in the past 10 years or so. But Fabien-Ouellet argues that the dish’s explosion in popularity comes with appropriation of Québécois food culture.

“I noticed more and more how poutine was presented as a Canadian dish, instead of a Québécois dish,” he told HuffPost Canada.

“This is a problem, because Quebec has a distinct culture, a distinct society and nation.”

Fabien-Ouellet points to national polls that claim poutine as one of the “Greatest Canadian Invention” and chefs around the world who highlight the dish as “the official dish of Canada.”

If Poutine is “culture” then Canada should stick to hockey. Nobody does that better.

In 12 hours I get back on a China Eastern flight to return to Chengdu, so I will not post for 48 hours or so.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2017/05/29/cultural-appropriation-po_n_16869564.html