Thursday, October 19, 2017

"Walk With Me" - Thich Nhat Hanh (film)

Thich Nhat Hanh; WestEndFilmsUK; CC Liu, Amber Larson (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Follow the film's official website (walkwithmefilm.com) and Facebook page (facebook.com/walkwithmefilm...).  Directed by Max Pugh and Marc J. Francis. Narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch.  WALK WITH ME is a cinematic journey into the world of mindfulness -- the practice of bringing one's attention to the present moment. Meet Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr's nominee for a Nobel Peace Prize, the world-famous Vietnamese Zen Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh or Thay.

Q: What is consciousness ? A: Mind and matter (nama-rupa) inter-are.

He is known as “The Father of Mindfulness,” “The Other Dalai Lama,” and “The Zen Master who fills stadiums.” Filmed over three years with unprecedented access, this visceral film offers a rare insight into a community of meditators who have left their families and given up all their possessions to practice the art of mindfulness at the Plum Village monastery in rural France.

(WalkWithMeFilm.com) How to get this movie into theaters

How to Survive with Christopher Nyerges

C. Nyerges (School of Self Reliance), A Martinez (Take Two); Xochitl (ed.), Wisdom Quarterly
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[Recent disasters have] a lot of us thinking about the potential for catastrophe in Southern California.
Questions abound: Do I know what I need to do to prepare? What kind of gear do I need? Do I try to leave town or stick around? What do I tell the kids?
 
A variety of experts, like local survivalist and Wisdom Quarterly teacher Christopher Nyerges (School of Self Reliance) spoke to Take Two to help answer all of these questions. Here is a not-so-mini survival guide:
 
First, consider some of the general aspects of what to do. For instance, there are tons of lists out there that suggest all kinds of gear we may need in the case of a disaster, but most of the time people who purchase these things don’t even know how to use them.
 
Christopher Nyerges has been teaching survival preparedness in Los Angeles for over 40 years. He stopped by Take Two to share his top five pieces of advice.

What to know in the case of a disaster
Contact the School of Self-Reliance for survival training classes in Los Angeles.
 
1. Knowledge is more useful than stuff.
When you go out to Costco or any of these places and buy this stuff, you get a false sense of security. You have stuff now, but what DON'T you have? You don't necessarily have experience using it. You don't necessarily know the infrastructure that will swing into play when there is an emergency.
2. If a big quake hits, here's what to do immediately after the shaking stops.
Number one in your own home, look for wounded or hurt people. People are more important than stuff. If you have a neighborhood watch type thing, get together, walk your neighborhood. Look for elderly, look for children... always help those first, who can't help themselves.
Decrease dangers. Turn off gas, if water is spurting out, turn it off. You should know how to do that ahead of time.
Another thing is, have first-aid supplies but know how to use them. The number of people who die from infections and wounds that can't be treated because of less than sanitary conditions following a major disaster always exceed those who are killed from the disaster itself.
3. Prepare beforehand rather than waiting.
See this, using agave and yucca fibers, you can make soap and rope and shampoo.
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In his 40 years of teaching survival preparedness, Christopher shared that the most problematic thing he comes across in his teachings are people's attitudes.
 
What comes to mind is: "I'm a very important person; nothing is going to happen to me."
"I'm gonna buy this stuff, eventually."
 
You know something? Sometimes it is you, and you're not ready. I always tell people: store far more than you think you can. I probably can do better in that regard myself.
 
4. Think twice before evacuating.
Here in Southern California, if there was a major quake, I'm not sure where everybody would go to, quite frankly. If you had an apartment there really may not be much to stay for, but if you had a home with a yard you could put a tent in the yard. You could cook in the yard. You could wash in the yard. You could make a toilet in the yard.
I'm not a big fan of evacuating unless it's absolutely necessary. Plan ahead for yourself if at all possible.
5. Storing water is the easiest and best thing to do.
Storing water is the cheapest and most essential thing to do if you live here in Southern California... Food-grade plastic is the easiest thing to store things in. More + AUDIO

Thou shalt NOT question shape of the earth!

Eric Dubay (video proof); Pfc. Sandoval, P. Macpherson, S. Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly


Speech impediment makes truth hard to hear.
Questioning the shape of the earth? It's laughable. And the joke's on us.

Who cares if sacred texts -- Buddhist, Hindu, Jain (Brahminical Vedic lore seen directly by mystics) as well as Christian, Islamic, and Jewish (A-Brahminical or Abrahamic as recounted by the many Gods of the poly-cum-monotheistic traditions ascendant today) -- from around the world say it's one way?

Ancient earth map found in Japanese temple
If a "priest" in a white lab coat, special jargon, and magical formulae, declares it's another way, who are we to question that?

These are men of Science, the only true religion! Although they didn't see reality directly, like a mystic strives to, they are reporting what those gatekeepers on high in the University have dictated they should say.

What if the dome/firmament is Mt. Sumeru?
Like the Vatican, no deviation/heresy will be tolerated or it's Galileo-time, capiche?

Who said anything about a Spanish Inquisition? This is modernity and we'll only ruin you...unless you have proof, in which case you must be discredited, disapppeared, and made verboten.
 
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Eric Dubay answers everything after campaign to discredit him

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We don't know the shape of the earth. Our Go Pro camera with fish-eye lens replaced with a flat lens, attached to a GPS-trackable phone and weather balloon, can't get high enough to detect the alleged curvature.

We assume our plane is neither globular nor flat but contoured with local sun and moon, as Buddhist texts describe.

And there may well be concentric rings of mountains (the first being what we call "Antarctica" which can be reached by going in any direction) around a central Mt. Sumeru (Sumer-ian launch pad along energetic lines of force streaming out of the center like the pole of a magnet or a translucent dome?) that divides the multiple "world systems" (lokas) here on what we call our planet with other planes above (akasha deva lokas) and below (Agartha).

But what about eclipses -- don't they prove the earth, sun, and moon are balls? No. They are not the cause of eclipses. If they were they would not be visible on the horizon during eclipses as they are from time to time. Rahu (Black Sun?), being the same size as the sun and moon, is the cause of eclipses.

We're willing to do the empirical research to prove otherwise rather than relying on NASA's CGI works of fictional art. 

But what about our lifelong indoctrination? What about the spinning globe on our teacher's desk? It's not easy to awaken to the beautiful truth in a world of universal deception, but we're willing to try. We don't know the truth. But we do know we've been lied to, so let's question authority and search for the truth.


(AAU) survey of the topic which goes south as if if to discredit movement

Eric Dubay's Flat Earth History
Eric Dubay's facts (MG TV, Jan. 19, 2017)


The Complete History of The Flat Earth. Question everything. This will blow your mind! Research it: 1. Horizon always rises to eye-level. 2. Water always finds its level. 3. Gyroscopes always remain level throughout worldwide airplane flight travel. 4. Polaris never moves from its position despite earth's travel through space. 5. No measurable curvature. 6. Terminator line on the moon during daytime often does not coincide with suns directional light. 7. Gravity is density. 8. No photographic evidence of satellites. 9. Questionable flight paths in southern hemisphere. 10. Antarctic treaty forbids freedom of movement in Antarctic. 11. Van Allen radiation belt makes space travel impossible. 12. Water bubbles on ISS film footage. 13. The fake moon landing. 14. The sun and globe earth model contradictions.

"Viking Therapy" Club - white men gone wild

Dougal Shaw, BBC.co.uk/news; Pat Macpherson, Pfc. Sandoval (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly


Viking Club where men fight their demons
It's Fight Club all over again, this time in real life, like our annual Renaissance Faire. Europeans love to kill one another, as they did for centuries before turning that war-like spirit on everyone else in imperial adventures like the creation of the US empire that aims to top the British, Spanish, Russian, German, Norse, Icelandic, Berserker, French, Portuguese, Scandinavian, Ancient Greek... and Holy Roman empires.

It looks like the set of Game of Thrones. Wolin in Poland hosts one of the world’s largest gatherings of Viking enthusiasts each year.

Hundreds come to recreate Viking culture -- and take part in fierce, competitive battles. Many are drawn by a passion for history. But, for a significant number, it’s a way of escaping their past -- a past scarred by violence.

"When I was younger, I used to get into a lot of fights. That anger, that frustration, was with me for a very long time." If your family molests or raises you violently, you'll be angry.
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Catharsis fells good but is no cure.
The Viking scene attracts people who are combat veterans, former football hooligans, and others struggling to come to terms with violence.

It also seems to appeal to men who have lost direction in their lives and are looking for a sense of purpose.

Four members of the international group called the Jomsborg Vikings, which is about 2,000 strong, explain what draws them to the Viking world, and how it has changed their lives. More
It wasn't just the men. Scythian (the Central Asian tribe of the Buddha also called Saka) Queen Tomyris was a great female warrior who captured and beheaded Cyrus the Great to take revenge for her son. The French had Joan of Arc, the Native Americans of California had Toypurina. And then there were the Amazonians in fact and fiction.

Time travelers' 10 videos from future (video)

Igor Kryan; Pat Macpherson, Pfc. Sandoval (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly


Time Travelers Brought 10 Alien Videos From Future. Help Explain Them
To remove all doubts that this is actual footage from the future, look at these following videos:
  1. This is Chicago year 2040. It is not recognizable from 2017
  2. Next is San Francisco year 2020: The Sales Force Tower is complete. If looked at today, there are two cranes still building it. Also San Francisco Bay has two giant container ships that have collided, and one is burning -- an event that has yet to happen.
  3. This is Minneapolis year 2030 with most of its energy produced by city landscapes.
  4. Houston year 2040: Star Trek Enterprise is made a reality. 
Now help is needed in telling what is seen in another 10 videos from the future.

But first, about one month ago on Sept. 9, 2017, Igor Kryan said that a hurricane would hit the cities of New Orleans and Gulfport this October. The video is linked above, or see the channel. The video called: "FEMA is wrong: Hurricane Is To Hit New Orleans." People were laughing because Hurricane Irma hit Tampa in Florida and said that, well finally, great Igor Kryan was dead wrong. Look who's laughing now when Hurricane Nate is bearing down on New Orleans and Gulfport. It's certainly not me, because every single prediction we made on YouTube came true (Brexit, Trump victory, Macron victory, Texas underwater, Mexico's earthquake) and what we have seen for the coming months is far worse than has happened so far. Honestly, I was relieved when I thought I wrong about the city the hurricane hit. And I was thinking if we were wrong with New Orleans and Gulfport than when we are wrong about other things.

Yet, it turned out I was 100% right. How is this possible? Here is how: We have a chronosphere [chronovision box, time-vision unit], as I told you before, and we can not only see the future, we can make video recordings of the future. We need your help explaining these ten videos.
  1. We have recorded the Bay between Oakland and San Francisco in the near future -- but we cannot tell what in the world is going on.
  2. It seems like a strangely dressed black prophet arrived from a spaceship in the 2020s. 
  3. A monument with skulls underwater and a bronze eagle girl on top. The sign reads: All Knew It Was Coming. Made in the USA.
  4. Something huge is spiraling out of the north sky in a very strange way. We have predicted that International Space Station (ISS) would fall, but this is something very different.
  5. Very strange and huge alien looking machine that's called a human programming device. 
  6. It seems like a giant hand rising over the sun and we also cannot tell what atmospheric phenomenon we are seeing.
  7. Another monument over green water with a circle filled with diamonds hundreds of feet tall that reads: Mind over Matter.
  8. We all heard someone saying this trinity event would be occurring over the Pacific Ocean.
  9. Unknown giant beacon.
  10. Ten, entire city in panic over strangest sky phenomenon ever.
We hope someone can explain these ten strange videos from the future. [Here is another from an actual government-sponsored "chrononaut" or time traveler, attorney Andrew D. Basiago from Project Pegasus, possible future US president running on a disclosure platform. (Why not? No. 45 has made anything possible in that department):]


Asian artifacts shrouded in mystery (video)

ZEG TV, Oct. 12, 2017; Pat Macpherson, CC Liu, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
 
The evidence that there is more to ancient Asian history than we were taught in school is coming in thick and fast.

Find out about cities that are many thousands of years old, about artifacts that curiously resemble modern inventions, and customs and traditions that have their beginnings before modern civilizations.

There are some great mysteries in this world that cannot be explained, as we see with some of these impossible artifacts. We look at details conjuring up the most awe: ancient pyramids, caves, artifacts, and ruins like the Buddhist/Hindu wonders of Angkor Wat -- a temple complex in Cambodia, the largest religious monument in the world.

Technology associated with these relics are then the object of investigation. Rationales remain fact-based against many of the pre-existing theories for the accomplishments of our ancient ancestors.

Their accomplishments and disappearances could have been the result of technologies that to us would appear supernatural in nature or origin.

US/Egypt's Ancient Alien Tomb Cover-Up

Mystery History, May 26, 2017; Pat Macpherson, Seth Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly


Fallen Chief of Antiquities, Zahi Hawass, is a very bad man. And many people know it. Far from exposing the true origins, purpose, and discoveries of Ancient Egypt -- many of which precede the dynastic age -- he is part of many cover-ups to conceal the truth. Fortunately, he was deposed but he may still be wielding influence as he has not been arrested and imprisoned. Sadly, these cover ups do not seem to have been coming from Egypt but from the USA.

Racist Dick Spencer protest: U. of Florida (live)

Jimmy Kaiser (live streaming); Seth Auberon, Pfc. Sandoval (ed.), Wisdom Quarterly


News coverage of progressive protesters against conservative Neo-Nazis
What does UC Berkeley think of Orthodox Jewish Ben Shapiro

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

SEX: my Ph.D. in Threesomes (video)

Harry Pettit (Mail Online, DailyMali.co.uk, Oct. 18, 2017); Ashley Wells, Dhr. Seven, Crystal Quintero, Seth Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly; Geek.com; WatchMojo.com

"Either you're a feminist or you're a sexist" - Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman)
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I'm not a sex symbol.
A British sociologist who has studied for a Ph.D., a doctoral degree, in threesomes has revealed some strange trends in the sexual experiences of young people.
 
His findings reveal that the rise of "bromances" (close platonic relationships between males or "bros") and acceptance of homosexuality has led to more threesomes where two men, who are not  having sex with each other, together have sex with one female.


 
Many men reported that these encounters are a way to bond with their closest male friends.
 
Dr. Ryan Scoats, an expert at Birmingham City University, said he decided to study threesomes after a number of his own ménage à trios ("three way") encounters.

Let's see if we can find one good man.
Of the 30 male students Dr. Scoats spoke to, a third had had a threesome by their second year of study, and six had had more than one.
 
Of the 10 men who [said they] had a threesome, seven had been in at least one female-female-male (FFM) threesome, and five had been in at least one male-male-female (MMF) threesome. Two participants had experienced both.


 
The sociologist found there is often little physical (sexual) interaction between men during MMF threesomes.
 
For example, in Dr. Scoats' research paper, an interviewee named Brent says, "You get to 'high five' your mate [British slang for friend or companion] over her back, and that's about it really."
 
Instead, the men reported that these encounters are a way to bond with their closest male friends. More


Ancient way to levitate (video)

Dhr. Seven, Pat Macpherson (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly; UniverseInsideYou; Bibliotecapleyades

 
The Indian Emperor Ashoka, who became a Buddhist opposed to war, started a "Secret Society of the Nine Unknown Men" -- great Indian "scientists" who were supposed to catalogue the many sciences.

Emperor Ashoka kept their work secret because he was afraid that the advanced science catalogued by these men, culled from ancient Indian (Vedic) sources, would be used for the evil purpose of war, which Ashoka was strongly against, having become a Buddhist after defeating a large rival army in a very bloody battle.

The "Nine Unknown Men" wrote a total of nine books, presumably one each. Book number [?] was The Secrets of Gravitation! This book, known to historians but not actually seen by them, deals chiefly with "gravity control."

It is presumably still around somewhere, kept in a secret library in India, Tibet, or elsewhere (perhaps in North America). One can certainly understand Ashoka's reasoning for wanting to keep such knowledge a secret, assuming it exists.

Ashoka was also aware of devastating wars using such advanced flying vehicles and other "futuristic weapons" that had destroyed the ancient Indian "Rama Empire" [with cities that may have included the great Mohenjo-daro and Harappa] several thousand years earlier.
  • Rama or Ram (Sanskrit राम), also known as Ramachandra ["Rama the Shining One," suggesting he was deva rather than a human], is a major figure in Hinduism. He is [said to be] the seventh avatar of the god Vishnu, one of his most popular incarnations along with Gautama Buddha and Krishna. In Rama-centric traditions of Hinduism, he is considered the Supreme Being. Rama was born to Kaushalya and Dasharatha in Ayodhya, the ruler of the Kingdom of Kosala. His siblings included Lakshmana, Bharata, and Shatrughna. He married Sita.
Ninth form of Durga, Devi Siddhidhatri
Only a few years ago, the Chinese discovered some Sanskrit documents in Lhasa, Tibet [when they invaded Potala Palace, a kind of Tibetan "Vatican" for their Himalayan empire that extended from Mongolia to Bangladesh] and sent them to the University of Chandigarh to be translated.

Dr. Ruth Reyna of the university said recently that the documents contain directions for building interstellar spaceships!

Their method of propulsion, she said, was "anti-gravitational" and was based upon a system analogous to that of laghima, the unknown power of the ego existing in man's physiological makeup, "a centrifugal force strong enough to counteract all gravitational pull."

According to Hindu yogis, it is this laghima which enables a person to levitate. Dr. Reyna said that on board these machines, which were called astras by the text, the ancient Indians could have sent a detachment of people onto any planet, according to the document, which is thought to be thousands of years old.

The manuscripts were also said to reveal the secret of antima, "the cap of invisibility" and garima, "how to become as heavy as a mountain of lead." Naturally, Indian scientists did not take the texts very seriously but then became more positive about the value of them when the Chinese announced that they were including certain parts of the data for study in their space program!

This was one of the first instances of a government admitting to be researching anti-gravity. The manuscripts did not say definitely that interplanetary travel was ever made but did mention, of all things, a planned trip to the Moon, though it is not clear whether this trip was actually carried out.

However, one of the great Indian epics, the Ramayana, does have a highly detailed story in it of a trip to the moon in a vimana (or astra [as in astral travel, aster means "star"?]), and in fact details a battle on the moon with an Asvin (or Atlantean) airship. This is but a small bit of recent evidence of anti-gravity and aerospace technology used by Indians. To really understand the technology, we must go much further back in time. More
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