Tag : Extraterrestrials

The Pentagon’s New UFO Disclosures: 75 Years of MK Ultra Psy Ops

What would you do if the American and British governments both revealed that their secret UFO programs would declassify material from each nations’ respective National Archives? What if you found out that leading politicians like former House Majority speaker Harry Reid had allocated $22 millions of tax payer dollars to UFO research and that Obama’s former chief counsellor (and rampant pedophile) John Podesta has openly called for UFO disclosure on several public occasions since 2002 or that Hillary Clinton herself called for UFO disclosure during her presidential campaign pledges of 2015?

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Psychotherapist: Lockdown Zealots Are Behaving Like Cult Members

They double down on their beliefs despite having been proven wrong. Paul Joseph Watson James D. Morgan/Getty Images Psychotherapist Dr Hugh Willbourn says lockdown zealots are displaying all the classic signs of cult members by doubling down on their beliefs despite having been proven wrong. In an article on his website, Willbourn highlights the work of respected social psychologist Leon Festinger, who analyzed the beliefs of a UFO cult in the 1950’s who believed that a flying saucer would rescue them from the apocalypse. However, after the catastrophic earthquakes and floods they expected to hit the United States never arrived and their beliefs were totally disproved, “the cult members would become not less but more convinced of their beliefs.” Festinger identified five conditions that needed to be met in order for the cult members to double down on their beliefs and avoid cognitive dissonance. There must be convictionThere must be commitment to this convictionThe conviction must be amenable to unequivocal disconfirmationSuch unequivocal disconfirmation must occurSocial support must be available subsequent to the disconfirmation. “Festinger’s five conditions and the behaviour of the cult believers correspond closely to the situation with Brexit, Climate Change and Covid-19: a prophecy is made, believers invest…

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Fable, Science fiction or Reality?

Is discernment sufficient to determine whether the following article is one of fabrication, science fiction, misinformation, outright lies or reality ? In the absence of direct means of verification, everything is possible a priori, but nothing is certain until it is sufficiently demonstrated in practice. Corey Goode Mega-Update: Ancient Builder Race- Recovering Humanity’s Billion-Year Legacy

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The Sight, the Vision and the Life

The life of a human being is largely conditioned by what he perceives, then by the way he reacts to it (physically, emotionally and mentally ...) according to his personality and character, and finally according to the internal representation of himself and the universe. This representation tends to guide its actions and choices in all areas of existence: family, professional, social, leisure, economic, educational, cultural, religious ... Through sight and its other senses, the individual perceives his environment both externally and internally. He obtains a more or less subjective vision that is strongly dependent on his point of view or observation, on the more or less restricted (or, on the contrary, broader) angle under which he observes, on his more or less strong ability to move from a point of observation to another to fill blind spots ... He then reacts to what he perceives more or less quickly and fast, according to his memory references, the degree of danger that this may represent, and the affinities or not this can have with him on one level or another (genetic, sensory, psychic, psychological, emotional, mental, etc.). And finally, as he does not only have the consciousness of a bird or…

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After the New World Order

Whether we base on the great religious prophecies (Biblical, Koranic ...) or on the simple logic associated with the observation of facts and history, the New World Order will inevitably have an end (see also: Life and Death of Systems, The law of degradation or increase of disorder and chaos). We can then ask ourselves the question of his succession. What will succeed this order, this system, this "civilization"? What kind of life will human beings and other terrestrial living beings then know? A small idea of the future may also result from the study of the past and the observation of the present and universal laws. The conjugation of the continuous expansion of the Spirit or of Life animating the matter and the inertia of the latter produces a cyclic spiral or helical movement of the material or systemic organization and therefore of the consciousness which is closely associated with it. In other words, history may seem cyclical or repetitive, but never reproduces itself identically. The transition from one turn to the next represents a form of evolution of consciousness, a kind of more sophisticated organization, an improvement of certain conditions ... If plant species generally operate in a…

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When Will Peace Really Exist?

Vector card created by pickapic - fr.freepik.com Peace means in particular the absence of wars (military, civil, commercial, ideological, etc.) and conflicts between individuals or between human groups. It is obviously not possible as long as there are weapons of every caliber and even plans to make them. Nor is it possible as long as embargoes are used to impose its will on other nations or other human groups. Nor will it be feasible as long as individuals or groups seek to impose their ideologies or customs on others. Is all this possible in the next few years? The complete disappearance of weapons, their plans, economic embargoes and ideological conflicts … will require a radical change in the way we live and envision life. And it will also imply the complete disappearance of a large number of professional activities: of course all the trades related to the creation and use of weapons, but also a significant part of those related to economy and justice. Indeed, a world in peace implies the disappearance of practically all professions that are related to individual or collective conflicts or their resolution: military, police, secret agents, lawyers, judges, notaries, prison guards, etc. Is this possible…

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Is Sociopathy An Advantage Or Disadvantage In Survival?

(s’ouvre dans un nouvel onglet)" href="http://www.alt-market.com/articles/3593-is-sociopathy-an-advantage-or-disadvantage-in-survival" target="_blank">alt-market.com] Have you ever met someone face-to-face that seemed relatively normal at first, but after a short time they began to reveal odd and disturbing character traits? They showed an inability to laugh at their own mistakes and only laughed at other people’s expense? They had an obsessive need to tear down the legitimate accomplishments of others to elevate themselves? They were robotic and overly predictable in their daily routines? They lacked remorse for any actions that harmed other people? They tended to exploit the people around them for entertainment or personal gain? They often bragged about how far they were willing to break moral boundaries to get what they wanted, as if this makes them superior to others with a conscience? Well, you might have been dealing with a sociopath, or narcissistic sociopath. It's not uncommon to run into strange characters such as this in your daily life. They act a bit like aliens, or impostors trying to mimic human behavior but not doing a great job of it. They use various tricks often reserved for grifters and con-men in order to blend in with normal society. They’ll make grand promises of future…

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The Three Filters of Socrates

Socrates is credited with the following anecdote, when one day someone came to find him to speak badly of one of his friends: – Do you know what I just learned about your friend? – A moment. Before you tell me more, I'd like you to pass the three-strainer test. – The three colanders?! – But yes, said Socrates. It's my way of analyzing what I have to say and what I am told. You'll understand … The first sieve is the truth. Have you checked if what you want to tell me is true? – No. I just heard about it … – Very well. So you do not know if it is the truth. – (…) – So let's go to the second strainer: what do you want to teach me about my friend, is it something good? – Oh no ! On the contrary. – So, Socrates continued, you want to tell me bad things about him and you're not sure they're true. – Uh … – Finally, and this is my third colander, is it useful to tell me what my friend would have done? – Useful, no, not really. – So, concludes Socrates, if what…

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