Thursday, December 20, 2012

got plans for 12/21/2012?

Admit it.  Whether you believe anything will happen on 12/21/2012 or not, you're more than curious as to what tomorrow's morning light will bring.  Will the world end with a bang or a whimper, or will life just go on and on in day after day banality?  Massive tectonic plate shift or three more shopping days til Christmas?

Whatever happens on the 21st, I figure only a fool can be certain of the future, so I decided to do a little prep work, just in case.  I'm already stocked to the gills with food and water so stopping at the bank to close out a few accounts made perfect sense.  I kept the bank girls entertained with possible 12/21/12 scenarios and reminded them to keep a notebook and pen handy.  They might want to jot down some cosmic thoughts, just in case they become instantly aware.  I then converted the cash into useful commodities like tobacco, rum, quality wines, gold, and a couple lbs of Alaskan king crab.

Most of the people I talked to plan to spend the 21st with a few friends cooking on the grill and wait for the project blue beam sky show or anything different from this present state of progressive, downhill existence we call reality.  Calamity or paradise, it doesn't seem to bother most folks as to what might happen.  The point is, most people want SOMETHING to happen and even a mass extermination of all life on Earth is worthy of popping the cork on that bottle of Dom you were hording.

Whether you believe 2012 is just another Y2K, or the end of the world, or a spiritual cleansing, I know you'll wake up tomorrow and spend the better part of the day in silent thought about what's going to happen, where we're going, and try to wrap your mind around the possibility that humanity has to dramatically change for the better or become less than a footnote in Earth's history.

When all of humanity looks up at the sky and meditates on the same thing, at the same time, throughout the day... that's what makes things happen.  We all want the same things.  Life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness.  Can you imagine the complete and total change that would take place when we all direct our thoughts in the same direction?

It's a scientific fact that when 2% of an organism goes in the same direction it carries the remaining 98% with it.  Tomorrow there will be a wave of positive, human energy beginning in India and enveloping the Earth like a blanket for a whole day.  That kind of power can't be ignored and like it or not, you'll be part of it.

Saturday morning you'll wake to a new life and your breakfast will taste better than any breakfast you've ever had.

As for me, I have reservations on a space ship.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

plan 3

Honestly, does anyone truly believe the government has our best interests at heart?  Are any of the countless laws passed by congress designed to benefit anyone other than the guy who wrote the bill?  They keep doing it, we keep letting them, and things keep getting worse.

Unemployment is high because the easiest way for any company to cut costs is to reduce labor and shift the workload to the remaining workers.  When business improves, companies are reluctant to hire more workers because labor reduction worked so well to improve their bottom line.  The result is a lean, mean, multi-tasking work force that can barely get the job done with little or no increase in pay.

Major corporations, as well as state and local governments, balance their budgets and when they can't they get rid of labor to make ends meet.  Cutting the police force and fire departments are common practices when the economy goes south, regardless if the crime rate goes up.  The budget always comes first, that is, if you want to stay in business.

So how come this federal government is still in business with deficits in the trillions?  Who's regulating the regulators?  What, are these guys too big to fail?  And these stupid ideas they have to balance the budget insults everyone's intelligence.  Increasing taxes won't do anything.  They can increase everyone's tax rate to 100% and the deficit will still be the same.  Spending cuts might help, providing you cut all those worthless departments the government wants to keep.  Like, THAT'S gonna happen.

How about an across the board reduction in the federal workforce?  They can reduce the workforce by 50% and still keep their departments intact.  Congress can take a few pay cuts, too.  Put them on furlough at a pay scale equal to their average constituent's income until the deficit hits zero.  Maybe lay off 20% of both houses of congress and shift the workload to the ones who still have a job.  If it works for business and small governments, it can work for the federal government.

But that multi-trillion dollar deficit...  That's gonna take more than a few cuts to eradicate.  What would you do if you made 20k a year and owed a million dollars?  Get a second job?  Turn off the lights when you leave a room?  Cut back the heat and wear a sweater?  No, it'll take more than that.

There's one of three things you can do...

1. Declare bankruptcy.
2. Die.
3. Kill the guy you owe that million to.

As complicated as world economics seems to be, it all comes down to the US federal government, as well as every debtor nation on Earth, owing their resources, their treasuries, and their futures to a small handful of guys who benefit from misery and profit from wars, who like this system of control and plan to keep it this way until they own everything.
What's more, they don't care about you, at all, at all, AT ALL!  They'll kill you by the millions and chalk it up as collateral damage, as long as they get what they want. 

Am I missing something or does plan three make the most sense?  Anyone? 

Wednesday, December 05, 2012

fiscal cliff solution

what fiscal cliff?

Does anybody give a rat's ass about the fiscal cliff?  Our economic survival has been on the brink for so long it's become a permanent part of our culture.  The people in charge of preventing this inevitable disaster are the same people who got us in this mess in the first place.  Doing the same things, the same way, with the expectation of different results is a classic example of insanity and watching these Washington guys do it is like watching Lindsay Lohan and Justin Bieber play a game of chess.

We all know what's going to happen.  They'll raise the debt limit to a quadrillion dollars and tax the shit out of everyone while Obama flushes a few billion for another useless stimulus package.

Taxing the rich won't help.  They already pay 30% and that's already way too much.  Shifting the burden to the already over-taxed working force would be like putting a band-aid on a shotgun wound.

One thing we can all count on... The democrats and republicans in congress will compromise and come up with a plan with the worst elements from both sides.  By compromising, no one is at fault and both sides can blame the other while our economic ship goes down in flames.

Perhaps the republicans should simply back off and let the democratic congress go ahead with their plan and take full responsibility of the outcome.  If the plan fails and we go over the cliff, the republicans will have gloating rights for generations and have the option to implement any plan they want.  If the democratic economic plan works we all benefit.

But that's not what all this is about.  This fiscal cliff business is just another story line in the Washington reality show and the writers of this soap opera have as much interest in solving our economic mess as killing off Allan Alda in the third season of M*A*S*H.  It's interactive television brought to you by the international banker elite, only we don't have any control over the script.

Cliffhanger is a term used as a gimmick in serials to create suspense at the end of a chapter.  It seems our latest fiscal cliff is nothing more than the same old, worn out cliffhanger Washington uses every time their ratings drop.  The problem is, no one cares anymore.  This gimmick is so old it has whiskers.  Even the name, fiscal cliff, sounds like something from a Hardy Boys mystery.  After the countless bailouts, uninterrupted wars, forced Obamacare, and failed stimulus packages, the best this fiscal cliffhanger can generate from the masses is a collective yawn.  This whole political reality show is nothing but one bummer after another with no relief in sight.

If you want to fix this broken down economic system, try looking at systems that work.  Take a look at Libya before the uprising.  No homeless, no poverty, free healthcare, 14 cents a gallon for gas, no debt, no interest rates, no taxes, and no international bankers. 

Too bad Libya was so un-American.



Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

lab rats, the day after

Hurricane Sandy did a number on the east coast.  New York's subway system is flooded and lower Manhattan is under water.  Atlantic City closed the casinos early and no longer has a boardwalk.  The HMS Bounty sank taking her captain with her.  West Virginia got a couple feet of snow.  Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and a whole bunch of other places are under a state of emergency.   The last time Wall Street closed for two days because of the weather was 1888.

Chaos everywhere you look.  Everywhere but here.

It seems the projected path of the hurricane, which was to meet the cold front from the north took a left turn shortly after it hit Philly and proceeded to clobber southern PA before turning north, leaving this area wet and wind-shaken but completely missing the brunt of the storm.

I had my doubts whether pointing the PVC CB south-east would have any effect on such a massive storm system but as I studied the weather maps, I could draw a straight line from the direction the CB was pointed to where this hurricane changed direction, doing an end run around this whole area.
I know it sounds like I have some weird god complex, bumping weather systems in unexplainable directions, but the facts are all there.  Even the weather experts can't explain the sudden change in direction.  These experts had at least a half dozen computer generated scenarios as to where this gigantic weather system was heading and they all had two things in common.   They all plotted a trajectory right through this county, and none of these projected scenarios included a hard turn to the west.

Coincidence?  Don't think I haven't considered coincidence and dumb luck as having a say in these experiments but it's no longer coincidence when the success rate approaches 100%.  If dumb luck had anything to do with it, I'd be spending more time at the casinos and future markets.  If you attended any of my outdoor parties you'd wonder why it's raining everywhere but a half mile radius around my powered up CB.

Thought control?  Could be.  When I built my first succor punch, I tested it on the weather to show immediate, provable results.  My first succor punch experiment was to manifest into reality a sunny dawn in London.  At that time, London hasn't seen a sunny day for months, so sunshine appearing the morning after the intention would indicate a successful manifestation.  The next morning I got a message from Rita, who lives in London, saying it worked and she woke up with bright sunshine streaming through her bedroom window for the first time in recent memory.  The weather maps showed London in the middle of a swath of clear sky from west to east with heavy cloud cover everywhere else.

What started out as using the weather to see how a succor punch can manifest intent into reality, turned into manufacturing various devices with the purpose of adjusting the weather as the principal goal.
Labs don't run experiments on rats as the goal.  They use rats because rat physiology is similar to human physiology and the results from these experiments directly relates to the effect it has on humans as the primary goal.

Can a single, battery powered, cloudbuster have any effect on a massive storm system, with a thousand mile radius, from a hundred miles away?
Can a single hand-held succor punch have anything to do with parting the clouds six thousand miles away?

I've come to view the atmosphere and all it's complexities as a fluid system that can quickly and easily adjust to my cloudbuster experiments on a local level.  It's the human issues I have a problem with and famine, disease, pandemics, war, social unrest, and political upheaval are issues I feel are just as out of control and unpredictable as a runaway hurricane. 

At what point do you apply the data from your lab rat experiments to benefiting humanity?



Sunday, October 28, 2012

got milk?

They say, everyone complains about the weather but no one does anything about it.

According to my most recent visit to some of the area stores, the locals are sure trying to make the best of things by stocking up on enough survival gear before barricading themselves in the family compound for the upcoming disaster that's heading our way like a runaway train.

Rumors of rain or snow related weather is enough to drive every local inhabitant to the supermarket for stockpiles of bread, milk and eggs in a vain attempt to stave off starvation with generous helpings of french toast after all hell breaks loose.

By 10 am, all that was left of this bread rationing station was a few rolls and the high priced, gourmet breads at four bucks a loaf.  Mob shopping left the milk cases completely devastated with nothing left but a few half empty cartons while broken eggs covered a ten foot radius around what used to be a well organized, maximum security egg case.  Old women, too feeble to fight the younger and faster hoard of local ladies, had no choice but to scoop up the trampled egg remnants from the freshly tiled floor.

At Lowes, milk, bread, and eggs took a back seat to ac generators as the primary survival essential, and by noon the waiting line was sixty-eight deep.  A low level clerk told someone the truck would be there before noon with enough generators for all.  By six pm the truck arrived with only 20 generators, resulting in the hospitalization of three Lowes employees.

And panic hasn't even set in yet.  Wait til tuesday when we revert to a third world country.  No electricity, no water, no heat, no food on the store shelves, and no gasoline without electricity to pump it.

The arctic front coming in from Canada and hurricane Sandy coming from the south is due to meet right over my head, resulting in what could be described as the perfect Frankenstein storm of the century.  Every weather computer model forecasts this perfect storm to linger in this area for a few days, dumping hurricane amounts of rain with a strong likelihood of copious amounts of snow, from the falling temps.

Sure will be a big one.   But I've been doing some preparing of my own.

Rum, wine, eggs, milk, bread, beer, shrimp, rum, batteries, water, fuel, non electric heat sources, sump pump, rum and, most importantly, fresh batteries for the cloudbuster.

The big question is, which direction to point the CB?  I figured the northern cold front would be fueling this potential monster so I aimed the CB in a north-west direction to divert it, or at least hold it back.  By afternoon the weather stations were mentioning the stalled front from the north.  Around 6:30 pm I turned the CB south-east in an attempt to repel the storm and possibly divert it to the west. 

I gotta tell ya, I wasn't hopeful that my feeble, single CB would have much effect against this massive collision that was going to happen, until I saw the cold front that my CB was pointing at, stall and just sit there like it hit a wall.  I can't say if it was coincidence or CB skill but if Sandy decides to alter her trajectory and go somewhere else, I'll be buying the beer this weekend.

I guess we'll see what happens tomorrow.       


Thursday, October 18, 2012

how liberals argue

are we brain dead or what

Am I missing something?

I've been a democrat my whole life I can't but imagine why anyone would vote Obama for a second term.  I can't think of a single thing he's done to make things better in his four years in office but I can think of plenty of reasons he should be tried for treason.

Is there anyone out there who isn't aware of the Obama birth certificate issue?  I'm serious.  I was first aware of this BC issue when he was on the campaign trail and didn't think much of it.  I mean, how can anyone run for president without proving he's qualified?  The democratic party must have checked him out, right?  I had to show two forms of identification and have a background check just to get a shit job.  Surely, someone had the obligation to do a background check on a guy running for president of the US.  This is the federal government, for Christ sake.  They check everything.

There were no less than a half dozen law suits opened in 2008 requesting Obama show his birth certificate and rather than doing so, he chose to spend millions of dollars to block such action.  Ok, he posted his short form BC but that was a certificate of live birth, not a genuine birth certificate.  That kind of identification won't get anyone a drivers license, let alone a passport.  What did he use to travel to Pakistan in '81?

He was born in Hawaii but no one was sure which hospital.  His grandmother said she saw him born in Kenya.  His father was Kenyan with a British passport and he went to school in Indonesia where he went by the name of Barry Soetoro.  It wasn't until Donald Trump got the whole birth certificate front and center that Obama held a press conference and showed the whole world his REAL birth certificate and posted it on   The problem was, that BC was proven to be the worst forgery that could possibly be produced.  Anyone with Photoshop Illustrator could easily dissect the PDF to reveal most of the information was done on a modern computer.  The forgery was so bad, so obviously in-your-face fake it was as if Obama was telling the whole world, "fuck you."

It's not so much IF he was born on US soil.  That's not what being a natural born citizen is all about.  A natural born citizen is a person who's birth parents were US citizens, regardless where he was born.  The reason for this condition is to ensure the president of the United States has allegiance only to this country and not the country of his foreign national father.  Obama's father wasn't a US citizen but swore allegiance to Great Britain.  This means he can hold any political office in the US but president.  The framers of the constitution included that condition to prevent a take over from a foreign nation, like England.   Remember England?  We were at war with them around the time the constitution was written.

There's more to this.  Obama spent his formative years as a Muslim.  He was educated in a Muslim school.  I don't think a Muslim school in Indonesia would be prone to instill any American values and patriotism into any of their students.   His father and step father were Muslim.  According to Muslim law his step father would have been required to raise his step son as a Muslim.  His mother didn't seem to care for America or Americans much.  She lived in Kenya and then in Indonesia.  She married two men, both foreign nationals and both Muslim.  He didn't start his American life until he was 18.

On May 12, 2012, Mike Coffman, a congressman running for re-election in the Sixth Congressional District of Colorado, addressed a Republican fund-raising event in Elbert County. Coffman stated that he did not know where President Barack Obama was born. Coffman went on to say of Obama that "in his heart, he's not an American. He's just not an American."  

Mike hit the nail on the head.  Obama made it clear he doesn't much care for the American flag or the ceremony surrounding it.  He often refuses to salute during the pledge of allegiance and gives the impression  he's disgusted with the idea of worshiping a red, white and blue rag.  Michelle isn't much better.  She once told the crowd at a campaign rally, "This is the first time in my life I feel proud to be an American".  WTF DID SHE SAY????   I mean, this is the future first lady saying never, in her whole life, did she ever have any pride in her country.  Ya know what?  I get the feeling BO feels the same way.  Being an American means you have a deep love for your country, no matter how much you hate the government running it.  How can an American president consider spending the 4th of July holiday in Europe on a fund raising tour when even ex-patriots have a burning desire to spend the 4th consuming beer and hotdogs with friends and relatives?     

Does he have other forms of identification such as a drivers license, passport, or social security card?  Is he registered with Selective Service?    Hmmmm... Let's see....

Surely, a law abiding, soon-to-be-president, born in the USA, citizen would be registered for the draft.  Under the law, virtually all male U.S. citizens, and male aliens living in the U.S., who are ages 18 through 25, are required to register with Selective Service.   I can't believe the Federal Government, with it's infinite ability to gather detailed information on anyone and everyone, can't go through a few files and find something solid that can prove he's at least an American citizen.  Selective Service is a start.

Penalties for Failure to Register for the Draft
Men who do not register could be prosecuted and, if convicted, fined up to $250,000 and/or serve up to five years in prison. In addition, men who fail to register with Selective Service before turning age 26, even if not prosecuted, will become ineligible for:
  • Student Financial Aid - including Pell Grants, College Work Study, Guaranteed Student/Plus Loans, and National Direct Student Loans.
  • U.S. Citizenship - if the man first arrived in the U.S. before his 26th birthday.
  • Federal Job Training - The Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) offers programs that can train young men for jobs in auto mechanics and other skills. This program is only open to those men who register with Selective Service.
  • Federal Jobs - men born after December 31, 1959 must be registered to be eligible for jobs in the Executive Branch of the Federal government and the U.S. Postal Service.
It's not about race, religion or political parties.  Americans are pretty open about such matters and freedom in all its forms is the core of American reality.  Acceptance of diversity and religious freedom is so deeply ingrained in the American psyche, we accept it as a fundamental aspect of humanity and believe everyone desires the peace and harmony of free will and the pursuit of happiness.  Our child-like world view can't comprehend a religious, political, social system that's so diametrically opposed to freedom of expression that it has to overwhelm, absorb, and eliminate any system other than it's own.

Would Arnold Schwarzenegger stand a chance of becoming governor of California in 1945? 
Then why would you elect as president an unknown quantity with a questionable past, indoctrinated from birth by a system with a hive mentality of world domination under Sharia law, by any and all means necessary, as their sole reason for existence, that you're currently at war with?

It seems American acceptance is not only our greatest strength but the single element that encompasses our doom.


Wednesday, October 10, 2012


Obama and Romney.  It's hard to believe there are people who haven't decided who the next prez should be.  I decided a long time ago neither of these ass clowns should hold any political office and the thought of casting my vote for the lesser of these two evils leaves a constant and continual bad taste in my mouth.

It's an undeniable fact that politicians, by nature, are bullshit artists of the highest order.  The presidential race is a bullshit contest to see which bullshitter bullshits the most voters by November.  The lessor of two evils is the most believable bullshitter, who becomes the most credible candidate, who then morphs into an honest politician and leader of the free world.  What a system.

We all know it's bullshit but there's something appealing about a good bullshitter.  Bullshitters tell the best stories because imagination is boundless and all you need is a few threads of hyperbole embellished potential truth to steer an audience into the mind of the bullshitter.  Literature, movies, mainstream news media, TV, and every facet of our collective cultures are built on a foundation of emotional fiction over a bedrock of bullshit.

Can we expect any less from our elected officials?  Truth doesn't cut it in politics.  Just ask Ron Paul.  Sure, he can fill stadiums with supporters and has more campaign posters than anyone but he just doesn't bullshit good enough to be leader of the free world.

Obama may be a good liar but he aint no bullshit artist.  His base consists of the hope depraved, cradle to grave wards of the state who sees the federal government as a father figure promising change in the form of a bigger allowance in exchange for a few freedoms, like the bill of rights.
When he was elected four years ago I fully expected him to restore habeas corpus or at least turn around the patriot act.  He didn't.  What he did do was sign NDAA into law while in Hawaii last December 31, effectively eliminating the fifth amendment and what was left of our diminishing freedoms.  His greatest accomplishment was giving the green light to assassinate bin laden, who was already dead for ten years, without a scrap of evidence to show for it.  Sounds like a lie but definitely not the level of bullshit required for a chief executive.

Now, Romney... This guy knows bullshit.  He doesn't waste his time on simple, transparent lies.  This guy cut his teeth on bullshit.  In this country, there's only two ways to become a billionaire.  Inheritance and world class bullshit and Romney's got em both covered.  Ya want to fix the economy?  Who better than a successful corporate fatcat to turn a profit.  International affairs are settled by making deals and who's better qualified than a guy who's soul existence is to make deals?  If you can't dazzle em with logic, baffle em with bullshit and Romney is a world class bullshit artist capable of making this country turn a profit if it hair-lips everyone in congress.

The problem is, every American president has a blood line to the British royal family, even Obama.  It seems the royal bloodline trumps being a natural born citizen as the prime pre-requisite as commander and chief of the U.S. and unless Romney can bullshit his way into the Mormon genealogy records in Salt Lake City to affirm kinship to the queen, I'm afraid Obummer's going to be our next lame duck president.

Come on, Mitt.  Now's the time to get some of that world class bullshit going and get a fire under some Mormon record keepers asses.

If Obama can lie about his phony birth certificate, you can surely bullshit your way into the royal family.

And remember.
Vote early and vote often.


Monday, September 24, 2012

the big apple core

It took a little while but I managed to build a larger apple core.  Total time to build this thing, including waiting for the resin to cure, was about twelve hours.
Time it took to work out a doable procedure without permanently destroying all materials used, about two weeks.

But it was worth it.

Once I worked out a way to suspend the two mobius coils in the center core, find a suitable mold for the upper and lower hemispheres, calculate the proper mix ratio for both densities, maintain a consistent 1.5" gap between hemispheres, maintain a perfectly aligned central shaft, and figure how to do it all in only three pours without it looking like crap, this project was a walk in the park.

Don't be fooled by it's minimalist, sci-fi look.  This thing rocks big time.  Twenty seconds after hooking an mp3 player to one coil, a four foot energy field engulfed the device, producing waves of tingling energy. 

At the risk of sounding egocentric, this has got to be the most elegant piece I've ever created and it's function is matched only by it's form and style.  Shit yeah, I deserve some bragging rights on this!  It might not look it but this baby will make you tingle all over as soon as you come within its orbit.  Unlike a conventional torus, with the bulk of the energy blowing out the top and bottom, this unit is omnidirectional with a very distinctive, perfect, four foot energy sphere you can feel.  The one and a half inch gap between the hemispheres creates a feedback loop, ramping up so much power it makes Jupiter 2 look like a door stop.  And that's half of what it's got.

The inner core consists of a quart of resin, a pint of sand, and twelve heaping teaspoons of black iron oxide in a very thick mixture surrounding two mobius coils.  The coils are made from thirty feet of 18 gauge, solid core, insulated copper wire.  Each hemisphere consists of 2.5 quarts of resin, three pints of sand, and five teaspoons of powdered copper and aluminum in a 3:2 ratio.  The hemisphere resin mixture was the consistency of a very thick, over cooked oatmeal. 

The high density of the hemispheres are designed to work in passive mode while the extra high density of the core needs an external force to make it work.  In this case, the lower density of the hemispheres will provide enough energy to stimulate the inner core to operate, even in passive mode.  I threw in the twin mobius coils for programming purposes and to jump start the unit.  With this design you can shut it down after power up and it will continue to run in passive mode as well as any other powered device.  Just think of a perpetual motion engine with a battery backup.

It still needs a few refinements, like a central core specific to this device.

Tomorrow I'll do a few tests to see what this thing can do.

I'll keep ya posted.


Thursday, September 13, 2012

electric sheep

It's been a while since I posted anything about orgonite.  Partly because I'm not quite sure what to make of it and further study was needed.  I've been playing with this device for weeks, utilizing every combination of inner core I could think of, and concluded I need to make a bigger one.

No surprise here.  That seems to be the way it works.  Build a device, test it, build a bigger one, and rock the neighborhood.  This device is no exception.

It's basically two mexican hats fuzed end to end, housing a mobius coil in each, with a half inch hollow shaft through the center.  The shaft allows flexibility in choosing central core materials and to study the effects.
I tried a number of different materials from copper tubes and neoprene tubes containing every substance and crystal combination I had on hand.  I settled on a cylinder of powdered selenite and resin, the best substance that showed a distinctive energy signature. 

Unlike a conventional torus, which broadcasts the energy vertically through the central core like a laser, this unique design drives the energy horizontally from the gap in the middle.  The twin mobius coils are fed frequencies from the left and right outputs from an MP3 player programmed with stereo solffegio tunes.

The energy flow from this device is completely different from devices like Jupiter 2, in that, the laser-like energy through the top of Jupiter 2 is concentrated where this device spreads the energy flow in all horizontal directions.  In other words, Jupiter 2 blasts concentrated energy through the top and bottom where this device emits an energy signature that differentiates the various tones, allowing you to feel the music in waves of electric rhythmic tingles.  You can literally hear the music through your hands.

From first conception of this device, I couldn't shake the feeling it was some kind of communication device.

I wonder if you played language tapes instead of frequency and ran this device while deep in alpha wave sleep.

Would you dream in French or would you simply dream of electric sheep?


Wednesday, September 12, 2012

it's just a reality show

Anyone with minimal access to current news and a pulse is well aware we've entered savage times in the never ending search for the POTUS, who will rule the American empire for the next four years.  It's entertainment of the highest order, tugging at the heart strings of dissidents and patriots alike, as the voting public is lead to believe they actually have more of a say in the outcome than any other scripted reality show on TV.

At first, it appears as though we're all share holders in the USA corporation with the privilege of choosing a CEO to lead us to higher profits and dividends.  On the other hand, it's a macrocosm of Jersey Shore.  It seems this show, and it IS a show, has elements of both and your only participation is a potential increase in market share for a bunch of guys you don't know.  Your vote is just as meaningless as your chances to bang Snookie this weekend.  It's professional wrestling using sound bites for body slams and, just like pro wrestling, the winner is decided before they enter the ring.

The USA is a corporation with a CEO and board of directors.  It's the board who chooses the next CEO.  Do you know who your board members are?  Well, it aint you or anyone you know.  It's the people who produce this show and they own all the shares in this corporation.  You're just one of the many screaming fans who buy what they tell you to.

In this corner we have the incumbent, Barack Hussein Obama.  Democrat.  Socialist mulatto with multiple social security numbers, a fake birth certificate, master of the race card, and defiler of the constitution.  Appeals to supporters of the nanny state.

In this corner we have the challenger, Willard Mitt Romney.  Republican.  Mormon corporate fat cat with a political blood lust.  Appeals to birthers, the dwindling middle class, and people who think the president has something to do with the economy.

Let's get it on!

Sunday, August 26, 2012

21st century america

21st century America is like a reverse French Revolution.  The poor and uneducated fighting to put an unethical aristocrat in office.  A slow motion reverse Bastille day as we stuff more and more people into overcrowded prisons to profit the aristocracy.  The poor are dying, not from lack of bread but from an obesity epidemic caused by LITERALLY EATING CAKE.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

unmentioned recaps

Just because I haven't made a post since June doesn't mean nothing's going on.  Quite the opposite, things are happening so fast and furious that by the time I get half way through a rant it's already last week's news and my attention switches tracks to more noteworthy information that becomes less noteworthy when another tangent comes to light.

To abbreviate a few unmentioned recaps...

The Fourth of July party was storm-free thanks to the cloudbuster.
Powdered metals and crystals make better orgonite.
The Colorado Batman movie massacre was a black ops exercise.
The Caravan's back on the road with phenomenal gas mileage.
Joe Paterno  becomes non-existent.
Politics, sports, and the Olympics are diversions for the masses.
Major news events are scripted fictions for mass mind control.
Politically Correct is a law-of-the-land oxymoron.
The United States of America is the name of a British owned corporation.
Racism is a tool.
Wheat is slow poison for humans.
You'll earn your bread by the sweat of your brow.
Wonder Bread is the Soylent Green of our collective reality.
Gluten, glutton, gluttony, sounds like one of the seven deadly sins.
Oil is a renewable resource.
The future aint what it used to be.
The chemtrail war is over.
Vagal stimulation is as effective as LSD.
Men no longer wear hats.
Early baptism was water-boarding.
The power grid is failing.
People are waking up exponentially and need direction.
Making vodka and rum is faster and easier than making wine or beer.
The masses.
Da masses.
Duh masses.
Dumb asses.
Will and imagination are all that's required to manifest reality.
Baptism, crucifixion, and water-boarding produce the same results.
Don't re-elect anybody.
The english language is a mind control tool.
The laws of physics are guidelines.
The duality nature of man is a construct designed to divide us against ourselves.
It's not just you.  We're all changing and we're all in this together. 

Did I miss anything?


Thursday, June 28, 2012

sharing the intensity

Ever since I removed the large mexican hat from under my bed I noticed a change.  The orgone enhanced dreams full of intense inspiration were replaced by non-stop, dreamless coma.  Although the sleep was restful, I'd wake each morning with a mental blank and a profound sense of non-accomplishment.  This is the way my sleep used to be before I got into orgonite and I can't say I like it much.  That's probably why my pre-orgone life focused around fun and adventure in the wee hours between 11pm and 4am instead of wasting all that time in a state of simulated death.

I'm not saying I never used to dream.  On the contrary, I've been blessed with epic, movie-like dreams my whole life.  Some were so vivid I can remember every detail as if it was yesterday's reality, but there's a vast difference between ordinary dreams and orgone enhanced dreams.  I may be a lot of things but ordinary aint one of em, so I fetched some orgonite on my way upstairs.

As I was carrying the large mexican hat orgonite to my sleeping chamber, I could feel the energy tingle as it traveled up my arm.  None of my other creations came close to the energy output of this passive device.  The construction is simple.  No complex layers or coils.  No exotic crystals or precious metals.  It's simply a very basic orgonite recipe used by orgone engineers all over the globe as a foundation for more complex devices.  As I mentioned in an earlier post, it's the shape and distinct edge that directs the energy with a balance of reflection and release.  Hell, I don't know why it works but it does and every test points to the shape as the only parameter that makes such a vast difference in strength. 

The next morning I woke with a new design modification for the mexican hat with a suggestion to ship some smaller versions to people as a surprise gifting.  So I did.

It should get there within a week.  I hope ya like it.


Thursday, June 21, 2012

summer intentions

Almost everyone you talk to says they love summer.  The hotter, the better.  Cold hurts and heat feels great and they wish summer hot weather would last year round.
A few weeks ago I came to the realization that I don't much care for hot, humid weather.  Showering in your own sweat all day drains the life out of you and wearing clothing feels like you're suffocating under a hot, damp sponge.  Sweat pouring from every pore, dripping over your body until your shoes are filled with hot, salty fluids sounds more like a level of hell.  Staying cool is our main objective and air conditioners, fans, and swimming pool sales sky rocket to compensate for the wonderful weather we all love.

I can't be the only one who feels this way so I took a survey.  It seems the vast majority of summer worshipers openly say they love the heat but secretly admit they like cooler weather much more.  It's not popular to dislike the hot weather everyone claims they love.  It's the herd mentality to go with majority thinking and talk yourself into believing the same thing you think everyone else believes in, even though they secretly spend most of their time in activities to get some relief from the torturous heat they desired months ago.

It's a classic example of lying to yourself until you believe the lie without questioning why you spend a fortune every year for air conditioners, swimming pools, high electric bills, and trips to the shore for the sole purpose of cooling off.  Driving 100 miles in blazing heat, fighting traffic for hours to find a spot to park your stuff on a crowded beach for a day, only to turn around and fight the same traffic back home sounds like more aggravation than it's worth.  Of course, no one will admit they go there to cool off.  Ask any beach goer and you'll get the same answer... "We're going to the beach", as if that was reason enough.  When I tell people I prefer the icy shore in winter they can't imagine why, as if the only reason to be at any beach was to tan and cool off in 80 degree water.  What about the esthetics of a vacant, frozen beach to yourself with an endless horizon full of white caps?

It's the first day of summer and although I love the long, barefoot days and outdoor living, I freely admit the oppressive heat and humidity that comes with it is just as uncomfortable as winter's deep freeze.  I have no wish to go back to the cold.  Not yet.  Summer just started and I'll take the bad with the good and live with it like everyone else who still has memories of surviving the last seasons cold.

But bitching about the weather isn't my point.  It's said everyone complains about the weather but no one does anything about it.  I say that statement is wrong.  Whether we know it or not, we all take part in doing something about the weather.

We all know something about the power of suggestion and how focusing intent can move mountains.  Why not the weather?  If 2% of an organism moves in the same direction, it will carry the remaining 98%.  By august the heat and humidity is so oppressive even the die hard heat lovers begin wishing for cooler weather.  All it takes is 2% of the general population to make an intention for the same thing and it will happen.  The same thing happens during winter's coldest months when the bitter cold becomes unbearable.  At some point, the 2% critical mass make the same intention, at the same time, for warmer weather and that collective intention manifests into reality.  Not as quickly as we'd like but it happens just the same.  The problem is, humans don't have much in the way of memory recall and don't seem to remember the intent, much less connect the intent to the manifestation and the whole process of reality adjustment through critical mass is lost.

Imagine you acquire a device that will grant your every wish and the time it takes for a wish to manifest is proportional to the complexity of the wish.  Simple wishes, like finding a convenient parking space, might take seconds while more complex desires, like winning the lottery, might take quite a bit longer.
Changing the weather patterns on a continental scale could take months.  If you had such a device, and you made massive temperature change requests at the coldest and hottest days of the year, you might be responsible for the extreme range of climate you wished to change in the first place.

Before you convince yourself that we have no control over what the weather does, think about the stories we all heard about a church congregation praying for a member about to undergo an operation for cancer, or a tumor, or some such thing, and the person the congregation prayed for was cured just before the operation.  It's a miracle!  Ask a church member and they'll tell you God did it.  God's will be done!  My first question is, can you petition God with prayer?  If no, then where did this miracle come from?  If yes, then manifesting reality through collective thought is quite possible by adjusting the will of God through petition.
(religious people hate this argument)

What if the dog days of summer brings with it weeks of 98 degree stagnant heat and humidity to the point where 2% or more of the population can't take it anymore and make collective intents for cooler weather?  How long will it take for this complex intent to manifest?  We can rationalize how last winter wasn't so bad and all that summer yard work is a drag and how you miss wearing your favorite jacket.
Three months later we start thinking those 90 degree summer days weren't so bad and the process starts over again.

Why can't we get on the same page and make collective intents to fix what's wrong with the world?

Maybe another 2% already has and likes it this way.


Wednesday, June 13, 2012

is the menu the meal?

After all these years of sleeping with orgonite under my bed, you'd think I'd get used to the orgone dreams.  Hell, every night is a new dream experience that seems to be giving me crash courses in something that makes sense until waking reality prevents me from wrapping my mind around it, followed by a new orgonite design.  Last night was no exception.

I keep a notebook on the night stand to jot down those elusive ideas that are so crystal clear and easily comprehendable in dream state but get lost in the transference to 3D reality.  I don't always use the notebook because in dream state these bits of information are so obvious and mundane and waking from deep sleep to record anything takes me away from the experience.  I know this stuff is as important as it is elusive and more than once I woke up with a pen in one hand and the pad in the other with enough fragmented clues to jar a dream memory.

The voice said, "A gilded menu is not the meal.  It's the same thing," followed by a new orgonite design with nine orgonite cylinders radiating from a central shaft like spokes on a wheel, or more closely, the cylinders around a stunt aircraft engine.  A close up showed the ends of these cylinders had orgonite dome caps on the outer ends with concave ends in the center where they meet. 

This design makes perfect sense if you want to direct the energy to the center. 
In recent experiments I found it's the edge that directs orgone energy out of the device while round has the opposite effect and this design suggests directing the energy from nine orgone generators to a single point in the center.
A few questions:  What is in the center that all these units are aiming at?  What is the purpose of this device?  Why nine?
I'm reasonably sure it's design suggests a concentration of energy from multiple sources to a single point for reasons yet to be revealed.  From there, I can only assume another device, yet to be conceived, will either function or channel this concentrated energy somewhere else for purposes unknown at this point.  At any rate, I plan on building it as soon as I make the molds and settle on specifics.

I'll keep ya posted.


Sunday, June 03, 2012

from an undisclosed location

It's for my car, ok?

Thursday, May 31, 2012


"Every fact of science was once damned. Every
invention was considered impossible. Every discovery was a nervous shock
to some orthodoxy. Every artistic innovation was denounced as fraud and
folly. The entire web of culture and progress, everything on earth that
is man-made and not given to us by nature, is the concrete
manifestation of someone's refusal to bow to Authority. We would be no
more than the first apelike hominids if it were not for the rebellious,
the recalcitrant, and the intransigent."
Robert Anton Wilson

Friday, May 18, 2012

the real thing

If you've ever been in any kind of super market, convenience store, or food mart you'll noticed a plethora of fluids filling half the shelves with promises of quenching thirst, promoting good health, or improving your life as you know it.

If you're a label reader, like I am, you'll see most of these fluids are water, high fructose corn syrup, flavorings and colors made in a laboratory.  If you hang around me long enough you'll realize one of my major peeves is the mass consumption of high fructose corn syrup or HFCS in our food supply.

HFCS is everywhere and in everything from candy to condiments and it's not only replaced sugar but is now added to things that traditionally never had sugar, like spaghetti sauce, potato chips, cheese burgers, soup mixes, fried chicken, and beef.  If you or anyone you know were to analyze something like a hair sample, you would be shocked to know we're mostly made of corn.

Cows eat and process grass for most of their lives and do a damn good job of it.  That's what they do.  Range cattle are lean and healthy but big, fat cattle weigh more and bring in more profits so for six months these healthy bovines are immobilized in pens and force fed corn to fatten them up.  Corn is toxic to the bovine digestive system so massive doses of antibiotics and bovine growth hormones are pumped into them to keep them alive just long enough for slaughter.  No cow can live longer than six months on a corn diet but it's that terminal beef that fills the meat cases at your local super market.

Then there's the diet soft drinks and healthy fluids that boast lower calories and no sugar, as if sugar is the cause of all our health problems, like the establishment science has conditioned us to believe.  So, the sugar substitute becomes aspartame, sucralose, and a handful of other laboratory, chemical concoctions designed to satisfy our appetites for sweet while lowering IQ's and raising mortality rates.

What's so bad about sugar?  Compared to HFCS and artificial sweeteners, sugar is a health food.  Consuming sugar and natural sweeteners will raise your metabolism to burn off most of those calories before your body processes it to fat while artificial sweeteners trigger the same reaction without boosting metabolism.  The result is artificial sweeteners make you fat, just like corn does to cattle.  

Every day you hear about someone diagnosed with diabetes, cancer, or liver failure and we're so used to this disease acceleration we actually think terminal disease in the middle of an average human lifespan is normal.  Like, that's the way things are supposed to be.   That's not the way it's supposed to be and decades of research points to HFCS as a leading cause of most of these health problems. 

It was twenty five years ago when Coca Cola introduced New Coke, much to the horror of every die hard Coke loyalist.  New Coke tasted like Pepsi and if Coke drinkers wanted Coke to taste like Pepsi they'd drink Pepsi.  I saw the Coke CEO at a press conference saying how he liked the new formula better than the old one, and it was at that moment I realized Coca Cola's CEO was nothing more than a corporate whore and a disgrace to all things holy.  I mean, here's the CEO of a world famous trademark and product recognized as THE symbol encapsulating what America is and the high water mark of the soft drink industry and this jackass so much as says he prefers Pepsi over Coke.  Coke was the Harley Davidson of the fluid industry.  If Pepsi had the choice they'd be Coke.  Sure as shit, if Pepsi had the Coke recipe they'd make New Pepsi and take over the market.
This Coke CEO should have been dragged off the stage and beaten bloody for having such bad taste and lack of respect for this world famous formula he was hired to serve and protect.  For that matter, the people who hired him should have been shot.

The Coke Classic that soon followed was less than a shadow of it's former self and Coke disappeared from the shelves of consumer refrigerators.  Coke is now just another crappy soft drink loaded with HFCS.  If it don't have sugar, phosphoric acid, and caffeine it aint Coke.

I often wonder what would possess a corporation like Coke to abandon the most successful, coveted, and secreted formula in the world for a slim chance of more profit and a huge chance for mega losses.  The cost of sugar compared to HFCS was one excuse but now that HFCS costs more than sugar you'd think Coke would go back to the original formula that put them on top.  Is it the corn lobby?  They're big but so was Coke.  If I owned the rights to the Bible I don't think I'd sell it to Random House, but then I'm not a corporate whore.  It seems as though there are powers behind the scene that's hell bent to make sure we all consume high doses of HFCS or some other chemical crap for reasons greater than corporate profits.

Anyway... I was checking out the fluid isles and came across something that resembled a Coke bottle and after scanning the content label I checked out a couple bottles.
I slammed half a bottle and much to my delight and surprise, this stuff was the real thing.  This was the Coke I remember from childhood and the taste jarred loose old memories of happier times and how things really do go better with Coke.  It's been so long... Twenty five years, to be exact.  It's that bite in the back of your throat when you slam a cold one followed by that wonderful, full, happy feeling in your tummy just before that Coke belch.  I drank the rest and picked up more to make a Coke stash and to give away to those who could appreciate a taste of history.

It's sad that a whole generation of Americans grew up without tasting a real Coke.  This icon of icons that the whole world knew as the best in it's class, hasn't been made in this country since 1983.  So.... I found a twenty five year old stash of vintage Coke?  No, Mexico makes it because they love it down there, as if the folks up here don't...  They want to pass on to their children the drink they loved in the pre-new coke days, as a bond with family and to connect to a happier time and a sweeter past.

Is that the reason Coke destroyed their formula?  As a deliberately planned step to condition the American populous to accept annihilation of heroes and embrace banality as a standard?  Reducing the biggest icon in a society to the level of every other icon is like replacing the lead singer with a chorus.  Innovation is stifled, freedom is diminished, liberties lost, and banal sameness and lock-step ordinary are the guiding principles of this pre-planned society taking shape before our eyes.

Yeah, I know lots of folks could care less for Coke and preferred Pepsi long before the formula change.  That's not my point and I can go on and on with this stuff for way longer than I initially intended.  Each sentence I write generates a dozen tangents and it's taking me off track.

My point is, if an unknown power has the ability, the finances, the control, and the will to cut down the biggest, most recognized, and most loved soft drink in history, it's been done with purpose and timing as a single step in a much larger plan that's been in the works for a very long time.  If they can do that, what else are they working on?  What's the goal?  Anybody?

This Coke I found, that was made in Mexico, got me on this roll and it pisses me off that the only real Coca Cola on the planet is made in a country by people who still have the freedom of choice to retain the original, true recipe while a generation of Americans are still denied as much as a taste of their own collective consciousness and see no difference between Coke and Pepsi because now they both taste like crap. 

I'm sure a lot of you reading this will think I'm ranting about being a health nut and liking coke.  It's ok.  Keep sleeping.  My point is when we encourage under achievement and suppress individual excellence we lose our identity, our self, our personal passions and become a single voice in a choir singing the same song in mindless repetition while we let duty replace our goals.  

I'll bet dollars to donuts they use real coca leaves in the process, too.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012


"Life is real! Life is earnest!
And the grave is not its goal;
Dust thou art, to dust returnest,
Was not spoken of the soul."
-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882)

Sunday, May 13, 2012

misquoting scarlett...


Wednesday, May 09, 2012

mexican hat 2

After the unexpected results from the Mexican hat experiment, I was compelled to make a bigger one to see if bigger is better.  It seems I miscalculated the bottom mass and the result was a bowl shaped chunk of black orgonite with a proportionately smaller cone protruding from the center.  Although it was very good orgonite, it didn't come close to the extreme power of the previous, much smaller hat.  I now realize it was the shape that directed such concentrated energy and I'm just now starting to get a handle on it.

Aside from size and the somewhat flatter top on the larger one, the two objects on the left are identical.
Both have a cone of powdered iron oxide and aluminum with powdered crystal in the form of play sand.  The bases are equal amounts of sand and resin with powdered aluminum and trace amounts of iron oxide.  The different resin mixtures is to provide cascading densities where the medium density stimulates the higher density to ramp up its output.

Cascading densities works in the bigger ones so I figured, what the hell.

As soon as they came out of the molds I could tell these things were far from ordinary orgonite.  Both put out a very noticeable vibration buzz you can feel.  Clearly, the energy is concentrated at the cone peaks and feels more electric and alive than any non-powered unit previously made.  The larger one puts out slightly more energy but the energy signature is identical.  All in all, I'm impressed.

I wonder why I never considered this combination of shapes before.  After playing with this concept, I realize I overlooked a design aspect that should have been obvious.  Using the edge to direct the energy in a natural way brings better results than ignoring or obliterating the edge, and assume this stuff is releasing energy in the direction you expect it to go...  which is straight up like smoke coming out of a chimney.

A few thoughts... Will I get the same effect if I machine an edge in a location of my choosing?  Are round edges better than straight ones?  Will stacking them multiply the output?  What about a mobius?   

One thing I learned from years of working with this stuff is sometimes the laws of physics are replaced with guidelines of alchemy and things seldom work out the way you expect.  What should work sometimes doesn't and then a small change can have dramatic, unexpected results.  The idea that combining quartz and aluminum, the most abundant elements on the planet, can produce a substance so beneficial to humanity and can be made by anyone at little to no cost is nothing short of amazing.  Best of all, it's free!

Did someone say pyramid?

I'm on it.


Saturday, May 05, 2012

almost 5 months

I'm ashamed to admit I haven't made any orgonite since last December.  I had all kinds of excuses like it's too cold, not enough time, other projects on the burner, etc.  Truth be told, I felt I had some learning to do before I jump into making better orgonite using the same formulas and theories as before.  I was feeling like Sonny Rollins before he took his sax to the bridge.  Something was missing and I spend the last five months thinking about it.  Of course, I didn't spend all my time thinking about making better orgonite like some Michael Medved pondering the significance of cinema, but it was always in the back of my mind as I was working on colloidal silver and distillation theory.

I always knew the shape of orgonite was just as important as what it was made of, but it was OrgoniteAustin who suggested it was the edges and points that let the energy leak out like opening the barn door.
You see, orgone energy loves smooth bends and spirals but it's the bottom edge of the orgonite that releases the energy as much as the sharp point at the top.  This explains why a pyramid generates such a laser-like blast of energy out the top.  It seems the 51 degree slope of the great pyramid is the perfect shape for energy to emerge and travel up the edges to concentrate at the apex.

I wondered if an edge in orgonite would really make that much difference and decided to make a few pieces and see for myself.

Three objects, all made from the same material, different shapes.  Synthetic iron oxide and powdered aluminum in a 3/2 ratio with equal volumes of quartz sand and resin make these very dense and heavy.  The one on the left is edgeless with a round bottom and rounded cone.  The one on the right has rounded cones top and bottom with a sharp center edge.  The one in the center has a round bottom, smaller cone and razor sharp edge and looks like a Mexican hat.  Perfect for Cinco de Mayo.

As I was relaxing on the deck with my cerveza in one hand and the Mexican hat in the other, I felt a distinctive tingling beginning with my thumb and fingers.  A second later I could feel this tingle travel all the way up my arm.  It was a pleasant vibratey feeling and, knowing the tingle came from my non-cerveza, orgonite holding hand,  I realized this is some seriously kick ass orgonite. 

I did the same experiment with the other pieces but nothing came close to the vibratey tingle I got from this Mexican hat.  The energy seems to be concentrated at the hat peak and no matter how you hold this thing you can feel that tingle strongest at the top of the hat.  
What's more impressive is the fact that this piece is one third the mass of the other two with ten times the energy level.

It's definitely the shape, and as OrgoniteAustin pointed out, the edge puts out the most power.  So, why is the peak concentrating the energy, you say?

Damned if I know, except maybe the round bottom acts as a parabolic dish directing the energy away from it.  It might be that edges are exits and round contains and the cone simply guides the energy to the peak.

And to think I was going to recast this because I didn't like the look of it.

So much for aesthetics.


Friday, May 04, 2012

stocking up

The department of homeland security recently purchased 450 million rounds of .40 caliber hollow point ammunition.   That's roughly a bullet and a half for every US citizen.  That's a LOT of ammo.  Considering homeland security is designed to operate solely within US borders, it stands to reason this ammo is intended to be used on the general population.  The combined total of firearm ammo used during the gulf war was only 6.5 million, which makes 450 million rounds of hollow point ammo to be used only in the good ol' USA a concept that's hard to wrap your mind around.

It's not just homeland security buying ammo.  In 2009 41 percent of Americans owned guns.  Two years later, that number jumped to 47 percent and the numbers are climbing.  Even with Walmart's inflated ammo prices, ammunition is flying off the shelves faster than it can be restocked and gun manufacturers have a six month waiting list for some models.  The vast majority of American gun owners realize the biggest threat to their way of life won't be from foreign invaders but their own government in an attempt to beat them to their guns, so they stockpile more, just in case.  DHS, as well as every other agency on the planet, can see Americans are arming themselves to the teeth.  As Ash said in Army of Darkness, "Good.  Bad.  I'm the one with the gun."

It's not just guns and ammo that's selling like hotcakes.  MREs, freeze dried foods, water purification systems, non-GMO seeds, canned goods, rice, potassium iodide, geiger counters, gas masks, and everything else humans consider essential for survival are being bought and stocked in record numbers by individuals and governments alike.

Why?  Is it because government leaders and the smart guys running the show know more than the common Joe?

Here's some food for thought.

Zibigniew Brzezinski once said at a Trilateral meeting, "It used to be easier to control a million people than to kill a million people but today it's easier to kill a million people than it is to control a million people."  Henry Kissinger once said we have way too many people on our planet for Earth's limited resources and suggested we cull the herd by two to three billion people.

Is Walmart still open?


Sunday, April 22, 2012

society and state

One of the most vital concepts that needs to be addressed in American politics today is, the difference between a state and a society, because the line between them is steadily being erased via the state's aggressive attempts to control every aspect of our individual lives and war. . . Society consists of the many shared, common ingredients that make up American life: a shared history, religious convictions, common lore and cultural norms. Society is essentially a concept of peace.

The state, on the other hand, is an institution that asserts a monopoly on plunder and violent force. State is essentially a concept of power.

A society and a state function in radically different ways too. Society uses what Oppenheimer calls "the economic means" or cooperation; the state uses what Oppenheimer calls "the political means" or the use of force. Where society produces, the state plunders; where society works through agreement, the state enforces edicts. The state, therefore, is at odds with society, which is the host it feeds upon, until eventually consuming it whole.
Joe Sobran

Sunday, April 08, 2012


Last Sunday I fired up the pvc cb and the area has been receiving the nicest weather in memory for seven days straight.  Each day the sky was bluer than the day before and even the spring winds failed to blow in any clouds.

Maybe it's coincidence that the weather turned crappy shortly after I took down the cb and sky cleaner a few weeks ago.  Perhaps, it was just timely that 12 hours after I set up the sky cleaner and cb the low level shit clouds broke up, exposing the azure sky we have now.  No doubt, the three times it snowed since October and the total absence of chemtrails had nothing to do with all the powered orgone devices set on automatic. 

But... unless coincidence is 100% accurate and these orgone devices have anything to do with the extremely beautiful weather we've been enjoying this past year, I figure I can at least have a few bragging rights.

The last time we failed to have snow in April was just short of 30 years ago.  I figure it's time we have a snow-free April for 2012 and to help Mother nature out, I did another modification to the pvc cb.

The frequency generator powering this pvc cb is set at 14Hz and modified with a small amplifier to boost the signal amplitude.  A 4" galvanized top pipe houses a three foot length of 1" copper pipe filled with insulated orgonite with a 3" ST quartz crystal to direct the energy.  This setup can last about four days before the 9v batteries run down, but test show this device continues to work in passive mode long after the power is gone.

Considering the ring generator I'm using is a first generation, and incapable of working in passive mode, I can only assume the internal orgonite filled copper pipe is supplying the energy to keep the thing operating.  It must have to do with all the quartz sand and powdered metals I put in the mix.

At any rate, I'll let this run for another week and see what happens.

Or, did you REALLY want snow for April?


Thursday, April 05, 2012


"The object of reasoning is to find out, from the consideration of what we already know, something else which we do not know."
-Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914)

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Saturday, March 10, 2012

gettin outta dodge

2012 is here and it seems the whole world is gearing up for... something.  Hell, I've been gearing up for quite a while by stocking up on food, fuel, silver, guns, ammo, drugs, alcohol and anything else that could be used as survival necessities when the engine of the world finally stops and we begin killing each other for things we now throw away.

So, I decided it's time to go underground and relocate to an undisclosed location.  The problem is all the stuff I've accumulated through the years that I have to unload.  Stuff like my collection of beta tapes, PDRs, first edition books, lava lamps, power tools, and a hundred other categories of detritus I've picked up over time that  I no longer have use for.  It's all just stuff and no longer has any value to me.

Rather than try to sell anything, I decided to give it all away.  (it's a karma thing) Needless to say, between three floors of a house and a two floor garage I have a shit load of stuff from bamboo bongs and bota bags to acetylene torches and VW parts and everything in between. 
I'm even unloading my first and only orgone accumulator. In case you're unaware of what an orgone accumulator is, it's a medical device designed by Wilhelm Reich for the purpose of curing a plethora of diseases by bombarding the whole body in life-force energy generated by it's construction of organic and non-organic laminations.

At any rate... if you want it, come and get it.

BTW, how often do you see FREE on a price tag?

Friday, February 24, 2012

god given rights

On December 31, 2012 Barry Obama signed into law NDAA or National Defense Authorization Act.
I've been asking people what they know about it and what it entails and to my shock and horror, no one seems to know anything about it.

It was front page news January 1.  Every major newspaper covered it but no one I talked to had a clue.  I should think the elimination of the Bill of Rights might be something the masses might think was an important event but it seemed to fly over everyone's head.  When I asked a coworker about it, she didn't have a clue about the signing, let alone what the Bill of Rights was all about.  When I told her the military can now arrest American citizens without charge and whisk them off to a foreign country to be tortured without so much as a phone call to their lawyer, all she said was, if you don't do anything wrong you have nothing to worry about.

Is this what we've come to?  A nation of  apathetic boobs not only completely unaware of what we lost but what rights we had?  Have we become so complacent that we blindly accept any law no matter how many freedoms we lose?  Are we even aware we have any freedoms?  Have Americans completely given up the right to fight or even complain?

This bill was passed by both houses of congress, with bipartisan support, and finalized by Obama in  Hawaii while the main stream media were quaffing  unlimited amounts of champagne to celebrate the new year.  Did congress read this before signing off?  Do these guys represent us or someone else?  Who is this someone else?  Why are these bastards in congress so eager to eliminate the constitution they swore to uphold and defend?  If this were to happen 200 years ago, the president and everyone in congress who voted for this bill would be hanged for treason.  Today, everyone on the presidential campaign trail voted for it except RON PAUL and it's not even brought up.

Listen... the constitution is a contract between the American people and the federal government that spells out what the government can do and what it can't do.  The Bill of Rights spells out, specifically, what those rights are.  Our founding fathers considered these rights as God given rights.  Governments can't take those rights away because governments never granted them.  They are God given rights and, as far as I know, God hasn't given up on humanity. 

Or maybe he has.

Tuesday, January 03, 2012

democracy. aint it cool?

Democracy seems to be one of those words that strike a chord in Americans like patriot, freedom, and liberty.  I think it was Ben Franklin who said, democracy is great until the people realize they can use it to rob the treasury.  I'm paraphrasing here but the concept is correct.

What we have going is democracy in action.  The 51 percent have decided they don't want to pay taxes so the remaining 49 percent will.  The 51 percent consist of the lowest levels of our society as well as the upper 20 percent.  Big business and the independently wealthy all have lawyers and accountants working out angles and loopholes to avoid taxes.  The lowest levels of our society don't have to pay taxes and have free money given to them.  Congress?  They don't pay taxes of any kind and retire on whatever salary they'd get if they stayed in congress, regardless if they were at retirement age or not.  And they can still get another government job and pension that pays them, along with any other government pension, as long as they live, as well as any other package they got along the way.  Sure beats social security.

With all these people getting a free ride, it's up to Joe Blow tax payer to foot the bill for these deadbeats to keep the system going.  The middle class, who just so happens to be anyone dumb enough to allow their employer to take money out of their paycheck, foots the bills the poor and wealthy don't want to pay.

Is that about it?  Is that a good interpretation of democracy?  Sounds more like socialism to me.

From each according to his ability, to each according to his need? 

This explains why all those bankers, financial institutions, and major corporations got all that bailout money.  They needed it and congress, as acting representatives for the working class, had the ability to give it to them.  And why not?  Congress has been feeding from the taxpayer trough for so long they feel entitled to perpetually satisfy their gargantuan needs, so it's only natural they feel a special kinship for these high end parasites and are more than happy to give away someone elses farm.  Our representative form of government created this caste system of congressional need that's constantly satisfied by proxy.  The Federal Reserve, a private corporation owned and run by international bankers and as much a part of the federal government as Federal Express, got on-board and created trillions of dollars out of thin air for the largest banks in Europe without so much as a nod from congress.  No wonder that bunch in The White House are so eager to give social security benefits to illegal aliens.

Not to worry.  The working class can handle it.... as long as we're still able.

Next time you hear a politician say democracy, substitute socialism and the words take on a different meaning.