November-December 2009 (print edition)
The Butterfly – by Angie Riedel.
Happy Slaves – by Ghis and Mado.
Thinking Long Thoughts: Crucial to Finding Our Answers – by Bronte Baxter.
– by Montalk.
Empty people. Puppet people. Cardboard cutouts. Drones. Organic portals. Background characters. Why do these terms even exist? Because out of necessity they had to be invented by those who independently noticed the same puzzling phenomenon, one for which there is no official name: some people seem to be missing something very important inside. While they are not necessarily any less intelligent, successful, or physically healthy as anyone else, they nevertheless show no indication of having any higher components to their consciousness... Some humans are a different kind of animal. They are not remediable because they are acting fully and healthily in accordance with their spiritless predatory nature. This is especially true of the psychopathic elite who run this prison planet; they cannot be rehabilitated, made to see the error of their ways, or convinced through appeals to empathy...
Secrets of The Shining, or How Faking the Moon Landings Nearly Cost Stanley Kubrick his Marriage and his Life
– by Jay Weidner.
The Shining is surely Stanley Kubrick's most misunderstood masterpiece. I use the word 'masterpiece' guardedly, because I have never really thought that The Shining was a very good film. At the time, in 1980, when I first saw it, I didn't like it at all. The way that Kubrick threw out so much of Stephen King's great source material and replaced it with a lot of things that just didn't seem to make any sense, really bothered me. Hopefully, before I am finished with this essay, the reader will see it is only when Kubrick dramatically alters the script from King's novel that we can begin to understand what he is trying to tell us in his version of The Shining...
The Fight Against Usury
– by Jüri Lina.
The fight against usury goes back to the earliest known beginnings of civilization. From the days of Sumer to the present, decent people have struggled against this tool of the forces of darkness. Charging interest was condemned by the ancient Greek philosophers. Money was to them something dead; and something dead cannot be allowed to grow...
Calendar 2010: "Discussing the Divine Comedy with Dante"
– by Dai Dudu, Li Tiezi and Zhang An.
The painting is full of humor and hidden sense. Seeing George W. Bush with a telescope, one may think he has finally found Osama bin Laden, but the latter is... right behind him, leading the alleged Israeli tribes back to the desert. What makes W smile so happily then? Follow the direction of the telescope and you'll see it on the TV screen...
Awaken in the Now
– by Colin Bondi.
"What you resist persists"... Do you find yourself resisting painful or unpleasant feelings and situations in your life? If so, what has been the result of that resistance? With acceptance we are acknowledging the reality of what is happening simply because it is what is in this moment. This doesn't mean we are giving into it in a disempowered way, but acceptance is usually a prerequisite to change. By accepting a painful situation we open the door to healing and the potential to create something different...
Two whistleblowers independently report teleporting to Mars and meeting Martian ETs
– by Alfred Lambremont Webre.
Two whistleblowers, both formerly involved in secret research and development projects undertaken by U.S. defense agencies, have independently verified their secret teleportation to U.S. bases on Mars, and to meeting intelligent Martian extraterrestrial life. Their accounts are now available on the Internet, and can be seen below in this article...
November 8, 2009: The Beginning of the Sixth Night of the Galactic Underworld
– by Carl Johan Calleman.
The new world of 2012 is not something that simply will drop down on us ready made from the sky. It is something that is created step by step through the various phases, so called Days and Nights, of the Mayan calendar that we are living through also at the current time and requires our active and conscious participation in the process as co-creators of this new world. In stark contrast to the media focus on a singular date and the end of the world that this purportedly will bring the only existing inscription about the end of the calendar from ancient Mayan times speak of the simultaneous manifestation of Nine different cosmic forces quite. The Mayan calendar is a description of the exact rhythm with which these cosmic forces are manifesting and so the study of this is critical for anyone seriously wanting to use it for understanding the cosmic plan and how the birth of a new world will take place. What humanity is now immediately facing is the beginning of the Sixth Night, November 8, 2009 – November 2, 2010, a time period that, as part of this cosmic plan, may be expected to be very transformative but also very demanding through its effects on the world's economic system. A Night implies a "quantum jump" to a lower energy state of the universe and this one seems likely to bring a significant fall of the American dollar and an associated downturn in the economy. This is discussed in more detail in this article. While this is likely to bring hardships it also creates the path to a new world where the emphasis will not be on doing, but on being, being in peace and harmony. Difficulties will however arise for us to achieve this if we try to hold on to the systems of the past and fail to flow in the direction that the cosmic plan is taking us. This raises the question as to how we may approach and relate to this time period in the most constructive way...
Flu vaccines: the greatest quackery in the history of medicine
– by Mike Adams.
This information comes to you courtesy of a brilliant article in The Atlantic magazine (November 2009). The article, written by Shannon Brownlee and Jeanne Lenzer, isn't just brilliant; in my opinion, it stands as the best article on flu vaccines that has ever been published in the popular press. Entitled "Does the vaccine matter?", it presents some of the most eye-opening information you've probably ever read about the failure of flu vaccines...
In the Crocodile's Mouth (Part 2)
– by Georg Ritschl.
In the first part of my story (issue 4 of The Dot Connector
), I wrote how an optimistic and ambitiously planned orgonite gifting expedition landed up in prison in Mozambique. This story is interesting not so much because of its pity factor – "poor us" for having to endure 53 days of detention under quite harsh conditions, at least by first-world standards – but for the major publicity it created for the cause of orgonite and the interesting interaction between us detained orgone warriors and the highest institutions of the Republic of Mozambique; namely the presidency and the office of the prime minister...
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