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04-30-2001, 07:00 PM
Everyone is a rezonator
The government has gnown this for a while; thus all the "educational" films (http://movie0.archive.org/list_0-B.html) from macgraw-hill
They didn't gnow what to do about it so in a typical government manner they put their heads in the ground and left the tinkering to the intelligence agencies and the military.
Like the result?
Originally posted by Tuvi
the freshmaker? the japanese freshmaker?
freshmaker, yes. japanese, no.
05-01-2001, 12:30 AM
Although I have no idea what this thread is about, its good to know the CTH is still around
05-01-2001, 04:18 AM
Confused as well, but somehow you can rezonate on the net too:
Like many of this man's posts, I have no clue as to what he's trying to say, and better yet, I don't try.
Whenever i see his posts I skip them. It appears lots of others do too. This one I looked at, and it's seems intriuging, but leads nowhere. Are we to fing out on our own, or could you please explain?
Renots, do you do this to peak our curiousity, or is it just a vein attempt to make yourself look really smart. I'll grant you, you do seem very intelligent, but why does it seems you intentionally do it to gloat?
05-02-2001, 09:28 AM
Let me see if I can take a stab at decyphering our deeply puzzling compadre's cryptic message.
rezonator? I have no idea what this term means but it would seem to be pronounced somewhat in the sense of resonate, of which the online Merriam Webster dictionary gives the following descriptions:
to produce or exhibit resonance
to respond as if by resonance <resonate to the music>; also : to have a repetitive pattern that resembles resonance
to relate harmoniously
Etymology: Latin resonatus, past participle of resonare to resound
So it would appear that our puffing provocateur is telling us that each human has a natural ability to be a resounding agent, an amplified transmitter so to speak. Imagine humanity as a huge beowolf cluster. And then think about what programs you could run through it.
The United States, having gotten caughten up in the largest foreign entanglement of all time was forced suppress that which was innate in the American spirit: True individualism and the critical thinking that accompanies it.
Individual as in being indivisible[i.e. not fragmented and neurotic] but at the same time conscious of the dual nature of our being, the seen and the unseen.
No, as the new Army of the resurrected roman empire we were to be trained as an army, prussian style. Thus the perversion of an "Education" system we witness today.
Follow and do not question experts|officers. This is the main message of our publicly funded primary education system.
This is not to say public funding of education is complete evil; just make sure we gnow what is is we want to teach though.
Films such as Age of Turmoil[56mb (ftp://movie0.archive.org/pub/00005.avi)], which purport to give common sense advice and help are but sickening disarming mechanisms to quell any kind of dissent or independent thinking. Yes, I know these films put people to sleep, but that is the whole point: when humans are placed in a trance state and are forced to take in seemingly harmless material, as in a compulsory school situation, it is very easy to throw in a whole bunch of other messages which have nothing to do with educating healthy human minds.
Rather than have Americans fulfill their true spiritual awakening, which could only come with the free and and unmanipulated exchange of ideas, we put everyone mind in a box, because we had to win the "war".
Well, one must ask: does this "war" ever end?
Perhaps it is time to look back at those elements which we have unwittingly allowed to flow into our collective unconsciousm and do a little diligent pruning
It's never too late to change (http://www.sightings.com/general10/hrv.htm)
05-02-2001, 11:19 AM
Check out "Road Runners"
Only one I saw, but it was great!
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