Category Archives: paranoia

Instead of Triggering Everyone’s Fear of Death…

They Should have Triggered the Fear of Missing Out Now, hear me out, because this is a basic sales technique. The coronavirus panic that started 22 months ago could have been handled better. In the beginning the only hope at … Continue reading

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Was Jesus an Initiate into the Dionysian Mysteries?

Lord of the Dance I’ve hinted about this idea, before, on these pages. The idea just won’t go away. The Son of Man, on the other hand, feasts and drinks, and you say, ‘He’s a glutton and a drunkard, and … Continue reading

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Opinion: The Pot is Calling the Kettle Black

False Flag Operations OK. I’ve written about this before, but recent news suggests that the Russians are going to create a situation in Ukraine by attacking their sympathizers there in a ‘false flag’ operation. This is not new. The term … Continue reading

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Are We All Playing on The Devil’s Team?

Even Sidney Poitier Made Mistakes* It’s a tricky thing, reviewing our lives. If we’re brutally honest with ourselves, it can be devastating. A dissertation on the nature of man, for your edification. You realize that a tiger, following its nature, … Continue reading

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“Stuff” Happens When the Stars Align

Patty Hearst (February 20, 1954) A fellow astrologer-blogger calls Patty Hearst, Jeffrey Epstein’s granddaughter, referencing the fact that Epstein is William Randolph Hearst reincarnated. CaptMcCoy also thinks that what happened to Patty Hearst was a random ‘joke’ played by some … Continue reading

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I Don’t Want To Seem Like a Cassandra*, But…

War with Russia? To be honest, I don’t listen to the warmongers very often. What we see on the nightly news can only be considered propaganda, at best. But something that was said the other day really caught my attention: … Continue reading

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Did Hearst and Davies Return as Epstein and Maxwell?

It’s a funny thing how connections are made. This one comes through a fellow-astrologer blogger who wrote today that Epstein may have been chosen to carry on Hearst’s dirty dealing, in-between lives. Ordinarily, that would have seemed far-fetched, but when … Continue reading

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She May Be More Than Just the New Annie

Celina Smith (May 12, 2008?) OK. This is one for the books. There is a decided lack of birth information for this young lady. That may have been by design because the role she played last night in Annie Live! … Continue reading

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I’m Beginning to Think that I’m Too Subtle Sometimes:

Let’s Start a Dialogue about the N-Word All joking aside, there are three recent posts of mine which attempted to connect the dots where harsh truth is concerned. The first was about Dred Scott, the second about Roe v. Wade … Continue reading

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Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

In my dreams, I’m never exactly sure why I get the sequences I do: last night, for example, I saw billowing black smoke coming out from a roof cavity in a building that housed a large department store. The smoke … Continue reading

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