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Desc:From the 'Free Your Mind Conference 2011.' 0:37:48 is a must. 0:14:17 - 0:16:15 as well.
Category:Religious, Military
Tags:satanism, paranoid schizophrenia, conspiracy theorist, wake up people, free your mind
Submitted:Kabbage
Date:10/20/13
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SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-10-20
Wow, this guy's ideas on symbols are some shouting-on-streetcorners shit. He even gets the history of the symbols he goes over completely and utterly wrong, but for the religious, that's nothing new.

There's little difference between this guy and most of the gangstalking/illuminati nuts we see here except he's got powerpoint.

And I do love how close he comes to being the Timecube Guy.
Kabbage - 2013-10-20
I just love how the crux of his argument is that the octagon, or HYPERCUBE, is the shape of the devil, and every instance of it everywhere is meant as a sadistic winking reference to The Dark One and his unimpeachable stranglehold on Western Civilization.

And ohh lordy lordy — 0:37:40 — he won't even go INTO what the trapezoid means. That is the ULTIMATE SHAPE of SATANISM.
Sanest Man Alive - 2013-10-21
Trapezoids are just too evil to talk about, seriously. In fact, he may have already said too much; now we're likely to see a new rash of ritual murder-suicides owing to this glimpse of geometric diablerie.

sasazuka - 2013-10-20
I watched... well, listened to the whole thing. I think the funniest parts are when he breaks down words like "Police" into sets of words like "Pole Ice" and "Pole Eyes" and he sounds super convinced that's what the word "police" actually means even though it's a word derived from a foreign language where the English word pairs wouldn't apply.

It's a fun game anyone can play. Like, I'm eating an orange. Think about that word, "orange". "Or ange". If you know French, you know "or" is "gold" and "ange" is "angel". Gold angel. Golden angel. Gold is shining and can represent light. An angel of light. Sound familiar? It's Lucifer. When you eat an orange, you're giving praise to Satan.

Of course, the word "orange" has nothing to do with Satan as far as I know, but if you try hard enough, you can find unintentional meanings in any multi-syllable word.
memedumpster - 2013-10-20
So all that gold on Mars is really oranges, and NASA is hiding Satan from us?

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-10-20
For him to know how idiotic he sounds, he'd have to know stuff like Ancient Greek, and it's far easier (and profitable, it seems) to just make crap up.

sasazuka - 2013-10-20
Another thing about his dubious etymology lesson about the word "police", one of the word pairs in the graphic was "pole eyes", and I assumed he was at least going to be talking about CCTV cameras mounted on poles in many cities raising some real-world privacy concerns (whether or not you're for or against CCTV cameras is besides the point, it's an actual issue sane people can debate on).

But, nope, he showed some weird symbolic graphic with spheres on sticks. I don't know what the relevance of that was and frankly I don't care that much about esoteric ancient symbols. They have no power besides what people give to them. Maybe that symbol meant something to some sect at some point in history, but today it's all cloudcuckoolander nonsense.

sasazuka - 2013-10-20
"Government" = "mind control" is something I've heard many times from conspiracy nuts, but it's a mistranslation.

http://message.snopes.com/showthread.php?t=49636
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/government

"From Middle English governement, from Old French governement (French gouvernement), from Latin gubernatio (“management, government”), from Ancient Greek κυβερνισμός (kubernismos), κυβέρνησις (kubernēsis, “steering, pilotage, guiding”), from κυβερνάω (kubernaō, “I steer, drive, guide, pilot”) + -ment."


But even if "government" can be translated as "mind control", so what? It's a word used in many different languages hundreds of years before MK Ultra existed. Controlling one's mind isn't necessarily an evil thing. The vague term "mind control" can also just mean disciplining your own thoughts, not necessarily being controlled by other people with nefarious agendas the conspiracy nuts make it out to be,
memedumpster - 2013-10-20
if(anythingIdisagreewith)everythingIbelieve = true;

"Just like in They Live..." Wow.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-10-21
Don't you know? Movies are considered research by these yahoos, since the Satanic Illuminati controls Hollywood and occasionally they either make a movie that confirms their diabolical plans (because they like to gloat, I guess) or a director slips out of their control and makes a movie that EXPOSES their plans, yet they're powerless to stop its release.

Jet Bin Fever - 2013-10-22
Every time I see geometric shapes I get upset too.
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