141 The real matrix and the Illuminati's secret rituals

Anthony Peak can be found here: http://anthonypeake.com/


Josef Wages' interview is 1hour 14 minutes in.

The book he's talking about, "The Secret School of Wisdom" is available here: http://www.lewismasonic.co.uk/the-secret-school-of-wisdom-the-authentic-rituals-and-doctrine-of-the-illuminati.htm


NikiTruedawn is the tweeter who has launched a blog explaining how their conversion to Discordianism is going: http://discordiandawnwind.tumblr.com/


The video clip I go to is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjpcZPT1-NA


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Anonymous said…
Paul P

Hi, I like your podcast - interesting to hear what others are thinking without it immediately being judged or condemned. From you wide experience of such stuff, I'd be interested in you view on a couple of things:- If quantum is needed to understand reality then every attempt to explain before it was discovered was futile... That rules out all 'ancient' theories and time/work spent on them... Are we really in the fist few decades when stuff may be understood? It seems unlikely, it seems as likely that 'the answer' does not need quantum, or will need something that pops up sometime in the future - maybe... Also... Given all these supposed parallel existences, alternative consciousnesses, what a coincidence that it is the physical body in this world/existence/consciousness that needs to be maintained to exist to experience them all. No? Regards!
Anonymous said…
Pastafarianism makes big strides toward official recognition..


Melissbian said…
I enjoyed the expansion on Peake's original interview, and the incorporation of the holographic universe idea into his BS (belief system)! One thing I've enjoyed about the podcast is hearing how people's BSs evolve over time, after having their predictions proved "right" or "wrong," or after experiencing more of the world. The more I hear, the more I am convinced that the human mind is an incredible yogi, which can bend fantastically to connect seemingly disparate bits of information. In that way, the mind itself may be a way to produce quantum entanglement as it constantly associates previously unrelated bits of information.

I shall sign off with a quote from Walt Whitman's "Song of Myself;" a very small part of a complex, dense poem:

Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes.)
Albert Lenowicz said…

There's a professor of religious studies at Rice University in Houston, Texas who wrote a phenomenal book that Peake's segment reminded me of. Philip K. Dick figures into it prominently. The books is Mutants & Mystics by Jeffrey Kripal. Here is an Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Mutants-Mystics-Science-Superhero-Paranormal/dp/0226453839

Be the mutant you are! Write the past from the future!

Hail eris!
~ Albert
Brian Platt said…
Howdy Mr M,

The goodly Mr Peake does seem to be stuck between a couple of ideas, most notably the tech-based computer simulation and the spooky archon flavour of what "reality" actually is.

Personally, I'm quite tickled at the concept of us living in a computer simulation, it'd easily explain reincarnation and all things extra-dimensional, ghostly or otherworldy based on the simple truth that all programmers are lazy and get bored easily, suffice to say that code gets reused and if not wiped properly information on past lives gets retained and boredom encourages the mucking about with parameters and variables.

In the spooky archon model we appear to have a vital spark that we need to save from the bad guys, nothing dramatically new there.

As much as I enjoy hearing about people's operating models for reality the question that rarley gets asked is "so what?". Without a practical way of breaking the matrix of overthrowing the archons it's all notional. Whatever the model we find ourselves in, it's where we find ourselves so the pragmatic question is "does the operating system really matter?" and can it ever truly be proved or disproved to a reasonable degree?

While we're with Hitchhiker's quote I'll close with “I'd far rather be happy than right any day.”... but perhaps that's what the archons want.

Groovies atchya!

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