Monday, September 3, 2007

Alex Jones : Martial Law 9/11

Greetings!

Sorry I've kept you, dear readers, but I have been embroiled in some heavy duty Bible research.

It's my personal belief that things religious aren't what they seem, and there is much information to be gained by reading carefully between the lines. After I resolve my own questions, I will post what I find, if anyone is interested.

But, I digress.

Here is the feature film by our good friend, Alex Jones.

As I always tell you, watch with an open, yet critical mind.

My apologies, but my studies await.

Ya'll come back now ya hear??

Kumo.

5 comments:

tba said...

a funny thin you posting that cuz I'm acually looking at a video on bible prophecy right now. there are various version of it, but I also pay attention closely to current events to see if any of them may align to or be a precursor to a possible prophecy fulfillment. I don't know for sure if God exists but I am not as dismissive as I used to be. will check out the AJ film.

Kumogakure said...

TBA,

I'm glad to hear that, as God, or the true identity thereof, is the true mystery of the universe.

Even the money men that are trying to put the whole world in a sleeper hold are doing so in the name of their religious beliefs.

I think its mainly a question of stripping away the lies and falsehoods, and finding the core, original teachings about the Creator... some of which are radically different than what most of us grew up thinking about Him.

Good luck with your search! I plan on throwing up my ideas at some point in the future.

Rob Fedders said...

I am coming to the realization that religions/books like the Bible are actually designed on the same principle as a Constitution. It sets goalposts down that are virtually imoveable, and thus, allowing society to flourish.

Perhaps man's greatest tool, his reason, is also his greatest self-destruct mechanism. There are some things that we should just not allow ourselves to "reason with." Ie. The hierarchal systems of the family.

If this is the case, it neither proves nor disproves the existence of God. But, either way, one has to acknowledge that the ancients had knowledge of human nature that far exceeds all of the mighties of Ph D's of the modern day.

If there is no God, then whoever wrote the Bible (or books from other great religions) was from an advanced civilization that far exceeds our own.

But I am definitely starting to see religions as "constitutions." They cannot be changed because they adhere to a power higher than that of mankind. It is the exact same reason that we say our rights are granted to us by God - to put that power higher than mankind's ability to "reason his way out of it."

Rob Fedders said...

Take things like prayer, for example. Prayer does something for man that psychologists are only beginning to fully understand, and that is that it allows man to relax his mind and accept that he cannot "reason/solve" his way out of everything.

Prayer is a very psychological thing. It grants man the ability to "let go" - to accept that some things he has no power over, and he must accept that he is not all powerful - this keeps him from going insane.

The "Serenity Prayer" is actually a very good description of what prayer is actually all about.

VERY psychologically powerful.

Kumogakure said...

Rob!

What's happening man?

"I am coming to the realization that religions/books like the Bible are actually designed on the same principle as a Constitution. It sets goalposts down that are virtually imoveable, and thus, allowing society to flourish."

Agreed.

Over a period of time that is unimaginable, our forefathers have experienced and observed the Universe. Human beings have touched the Earthly, Heavenly, and in some cases, the Nether realms of existence.

And as time passed, the authors of our religious texts passed down their observations into condensed books of wisdom, some of whom appear in our standard Judeo-Christian Bible.

Our ancestors wrote about these things because real experience, and solid philosophy, had confirmed the reality of certain truths.

There are indeed certain Universal Laws, as I call them, and these must be respected. And while humanity can defy some of them successfully for a time, thwarting them indefinitely is not possible.

Even with all the technological might at our command, there is still the hand of destiny guiding the actions of man. What is is, and what cannot be done cannot be done.

With respect to religion, there are layers and layers of chaff that must be eliminated to get to the kernals of truth, and this is what I busy myself with nowadays. I am trying to discover the essence of things.

"Prayer is a very psychological thing. It grants man the ability to "let go" - to accept that some things he has no power over, and he must accept that he is not all powerful - this keeps him from going insane."

100% agreed, but prayer is much more than this.

If you recall, I often say that TEN THOUSAND RIVERS FLOW INTO THE SEA. What this means is that, as a man approaches the divine (whether the source is internal or external, or both) in prayer/meditation, he gains access to higher states of consciousness and power.

In my training, I have had many mysterious and mystical experiences that a scientist would be hard put to explain, measure, or quantify.

And this realization, that one drop of rain makes waves in the entire ocean, that one man HAS THE ABILITY TO DEFEAT THOUSANDS, that, with right thought, word and action, man, or a group of men, can indeed alter their personal and universal positions, is what I hope to convey to my readers, as Kumogakure School continues to focus on the powers that we as men have at our command.

We cannot become slaves unless we are coerced. The choice is always ours, even until death.

Kumo.