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 No.1784[Reply]

Somebody smarter than me has to talk about this without being nonchalant.

From what I've heard, the moon is an X-Ray reflection(?) of the Earth onto plasma. The depressed regions are 1:1 the continents and islands of Earth, and this map and the moon imply that there is indeed more large continents on the plane under the dome.
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 No.1819

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>>1816
just finished it
So basically the sun and moon travel around a much larger land/ocean mass than our known world, revolving around it every 25,920 years. I don't see how the pole can move that fast in 100 years though, if the pole travels the circle 30 degrees every 2100 years.
Anyway… explains why people try to live underground during the long winter.
Explains why some land masses are lost or why pyramids are found under water. Who knows how long we've been here.
I wish it said why there was a cataclysm. If there was a cataclysm.
If God did cause the flood to cause an orphan boom which resulted in such high amounts of child trafficking….

Moon is allegedly 2 x-ray images overlapped, like it was man made.

 No.1820

>>1819
Can't believed you watched it

 No.1822

>>1820
There's some annoying scenes where he says "Hold on to your seat" and shit like that, but it's pretty good. There's some good points he makes that take time to flesh out, and there's a ton of good photographs and footage he found.
His voice is strange. Some lines that he repeats sound identical to previous scenes when he says the same thing like "we are told" and something else I forget. I wonder if it's an AI voice.

 No.1838

>>1784
>From what I've heard, the moon is an X-Ray reflection(?) of the Earth onto plasma. The depressed regions are 1:1 the continents and islands of Earth,
This only works if the surface of the moon changes depending on where you see it from. This is obviously not the case, as the mainstream model of the moon is that it rotates at the same speed it revolves, resulting in the same side facing Earth at all times. Such a position couldn't be maintained if the moon in Russia looked different from the moon in the US.

 No.1839

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LOL



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 No.1683[Reply]

What are the supposed benefits of wearing a tinfoil hat and what's the point of the little nub at the top?
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 No.1735

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>what's the point of the little nub at the top?
It's based off of the traditional German Stalhelm like the one on Bismarks head in my pic. This is the real reason media hates those hats

 No.1763

>>1683
make you look like some nice chocolate

 No.1813

>>1734
and if the radio freqs are pointed up at your face they just bounce around inside the hat and cause MORE damage to your brain.

 No.1827

>>1698
all the more reason for the feds to just plant a van outside your apartment and scope you out

 No.1835

>>1827
A room-sized faraday cage is one thing, but a phone-sized piece of foil isn't enough to trigger the feds. A roll of foil still in the box is bigger than that, not to mention any bowls of leftovers you mignt have wrapped in foil. They'd have to be parked outside of every home with a kitchen at that rate.



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 No.1821[Reply]

This is why 600K burgers are dead.
Was it worth it to confirm you're a mutt?

 No.1824

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>remember the 600killion goyim



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 No.1811[Reply]

Notice the alien, middle back, that appears to have breasts protruding from its armpits. What the fuck is up with that?

 No.1814

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>>1811
They were designed by the creator to be able to run while breastfeeding. The mother is able to hold the baby like a football while feeding and running.
Best Humans can do is Yoga while breastfeeding. Otherwise we have to be relatively sedentary.

 No.1815

>>1814
What is wrong with this stupid earth.

 No.1818

>>1814
>didn't even piss onto her head
guess she's just fake spiritual then



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 No.1775[Reply]

The demonic influence of Ahriman upon mankind through technology audiobook by Rudolph Steiner.
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 No.1781

>>1779
what a weird post

 No.1786

This thread was just a ritual to summon Ahriman and bring back a thousand years of Ahrimanposting

 No.1790

>>1786
Please don't extend his existence by acknowledging his name, all he wants is to cease to be. Suicide is not an option for such beings.

 No.1791

>>1790
ahrimanic fingers typed this post

 No.1817

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More Steiner being iconic.



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 No.771[Reply]

I live by the mississippi river and constantly see these fucking things. They're huge but mostly harmless. Heard a story of them eating a guy once but not sure if I believe it. Do those bills even eat meat? And if not was it just killing for killings sake? Everyone tells me I am crazy when I tell them I see them, and they always run away whenever I bring people down to the river with me. Are they showing themselves to me specifically? Why would they do that? Are they choosing me for something?
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What are gorducks relationships with other water/land hybrids?? Do you think they like to sit on turtles and let them carry them places??

 No.1551

>>1546
>Do you think they like to sit on turtles and let them carry them places??
That's very whimsical

 No.1777

Gahoole mentioned "Elder Gorducks" in one of his last streams. Does that mean there are other variants of gorducks out there??? Obviously albino variants exist based on photos itt, but could there be physical differences beyond just skin/fur color and size??

 No.1778

>>1777
Maybe the meaning is more literal. Do we know how old Gorducks get?

 No.1807

>>1778
A gorilla's lifespan in the wild is about 40 years, a duck's is about 10 years depending on breed. So I'd have to say their lifespan is no more than 40 years. But since there are no records or any in captivity we cannot be sure. Perhaps there are 80 year old Elder silverbacked gorducks?



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 No.859[Reply]

Why is NASA still trying to hide it from us? Why go to such lengths?
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 No.951

*Belief in

 No.1306

invert the color and flip that image. Its neptune

 No.1342

>>871
So there was predictive programming before it fell?

 No.1344

>>1342
There are schizos that unironically believe stuff like that

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 No.1704[Reply]

Real alien found walking down the street collecting poo in India.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1398688531468283907
Watch the most important recording in history, and the pajeet turns the camera away.
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>>1724
I wish ayys are qts like Debicki and Anya Taylor-Joy.

 No.1761

>>1709
They all come from the same planet, and most of your examples have recent direct common ancestry. Also "basically the same" is pretty vague, the skeleton of an elephant, a human, and a dolphin are pretty different even if sharing some similar elements.

I'm not an expert on the aerodynamics of bees and hummingbirds, but imma go out on a limb and say they're probably not mechanically identical either.

Also the earth is a pentagonal based pyramid

>>1711
All of this is speculation though, we've concluded that being humanoid lends itself to sapience based on a sample size of exactly 1 known sapient lifeform. Your argument would have worked just as well for why a hypothetical aircraft ought to have moveable wings, the bird form just lends itself to flying. The total range of possible environments is unknown, and so is the total range of workable designs within any given environment, so it's foolish to try to make firm predictions.

Also you're operating under the assumption of biological energy efficiency being the primary selective pressure on an interstellar species, obviously not a given since that hasn't even been the primary selective pressure on humans since before recorded history. Maybe a three armed race is that much better at coding and outworks the competition, who knows?

And the speculation surrounding them not being interested in another inhabitted planet that was dissimilar to theirs is pretty risible, why then do people look for life on mars, or the bottom of the ocean, or in a volcano?

 No.1762

>>1761
Hummingbirds and bees do ahve a similar mechanical method of flying, scientists discovered that bees are able to rotate their wing joints, just as hummingbirds rotates their shoulder joints, they both beat their wings at an incredibly fast pace to maintain their hovering, while humming birds are much faster and have a strong chest musculature for hovering in place and bees have developed their method of flight for carrying loads of pollen long distances, and are slower in general, they share many similarities.

 No.1764

its a pajeet covered in ashes

 No.1767

>>1761
>a sample size of exactly 1 known sapient lifeform
We can just as easily look to any number of animals right here on Earth as we can to humans to see the forces of humanoidism at work. Consider this: when any animal needs a way to manipulate objects without using its mouth, it usually develops specialized graspers. This can be seen in primates, bears, rodents, dinosaurs, and even arthropods such as crabs and scorpions. Specialized graspers almost always develop out of preexisting limbs, so that any 4-limbed creature which develops graspers must also develop at the very least a semi-upright posture in order to use them.
>Your argument would have worked just as well for why a hypothetical aircraft ought to have moveable wings, the bird form just lends itself to flying.
Yet larger birds tend to prefer fixed-wing soaring, often going miles without flapping and seeking out warm air currents so they can go miles more without flapping, so that looking to the form of birds one could have easily predicted that a very large aircraft big enough to carry humans would be better off with an even greater degree of fixedness.
>so is the total range of workable designs within any given environment, so it's foolish to try to make firm predictions.
Firstly, "workable" doesn't necessarily equal competitive or long-lasting. Many millions of animals with strange and unique forms have come into existence and gone back out without ever becoming intelligent. Whether or not any such form could have developed intelligence is pure speculation. What is known for certain is that the humanoid form can develop intelligence, and while there may possibly be other potential forms of intelligence, it shouldn't be surprising in the least to see the one form which we know is certainly good for intelligence appear in other intelligent lifeforms.
>Also you're operating under the assumption of biological energy efficiency being the primary selective pressure on an interstellar species, obviously not a given since that hasn't even been the primary selective pressure on humans since before recorded history.
Yet a pretty major factor on our ancestors who left us with this form, no? And the subsequent lack of biological pressure seems to have left that form fairly stPost too long. Click here to view the full text.



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 No.1280[Reply]

What do you think, /truth/?
Looks like MKUltra to me.
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 No.1301

>>1298
I wish it was real.

 No.1754

>>1301
you're a horrible person.

 No.1756

>>1754
you're a filthy worthless fag disease ridden bitch boy

 No.1757

>>1756
Don't talk to your father that way.

 No.1760

>>1281
How many times do you see an old guy with a black eye.
fuck you



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 No.1758[Reply]

There is no Mothman but instead a virus that makes people see a Mothman. Old paintings clearly showing Mothman in places and times he shouldn't have been as a North American cryptid make the case it's some perceptual phenomena-either from disease or maybe some type of fungus or mold contamination.
Maybe a similar effect was why during the black plague people drew so many skeletons: not merely symbolism but an actual cognitive function of many exposed to something, possibly even what made them not fall to the plague.

 No.1759

>>1758
Interesting concept but aren't there already mothman theories that account for those discrepancies? Eg, mothman was an alien.



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