The Nimrodian World Empire didn’t just get started with the Bilderbergers and the bankers and the robber-barons-cum-silicon-gurus. The battle against Christianity is as old as Babel and more ancient still. The only difference is that today we are afraid there might be demon involvement behind the great pagan empires (like the United States), whereas the Christians before… Read More How Honest Should I Be?
Augmented reality alters mind. This is media ecology. Watching a screen puts you into a disembodied state. Your body becomes nothing but a shell and in the same moment you are deprived of its greatest value. To engage the projection, you project your consciousness into a virtual space. In exchange for this heightened mental experience, you… Read More What’s out there
A Federalist reporter and a Newsweek journalist sat down for a conversation and the result is an insightful critique of the news media. Emily Jashinsky and Batya Ungar-Sargon discussed the changing patterns of news reporting and consumption, concluding that today’s highly-educated journalists are out of touch with “middle America.” Ungar-Sargon argues that political polarization is really an elite phenomenon, as… Read More The chattering class
To the demons, I imagine the internet is like a magical wormhole of happiness. No longer bound to one proximity or another, their images can hop about as they like and even be in many places simultaneously. The God of many faces is a trickster by definition. Jesus is not a trickster God.Judgment day will be… Read More Trustless