anonymous disclosure & forums worth registering at: rigorous intuition.ca

I’m not sure why occultists are so afraid of conspiracy theories. I think they imagine they might become infected with whatever it is Alex Jone’s followers have if they veer too close. Having observed Alex Jones evolve from his classic Bohemian Grove stakeouts in his early days to the bewildered Trump darling he is today, I can only say that he went where the money is – the dumb and gullible. Not that I don’t think he is presenting plausible theories at times, but certainly that style is not one occultists usually go for. Most of the time they’re trying to avoid remembering the real world exists.

 We always have a good time talking about UFO’s and fringe topics on Abrahadabra Forums, and with AF gone private (at least until our membership launches) some lurkers may have been left floundering about for entertainment until Game of Thrones comes out. For those of you unafraid of a little JFK and ufology you might enjoy the site rigorousintuition.ca.

It’s run by some smart people who have interesting things to say, on some fascinating topics, without all of the heckling and jeering you find on other conspiracy theory forums, an experience, for example, on one forum I won’t mention, (*cough* godlikeproductions *cough*) that is a bit like sifting through pebbles of dried dogshit to find good topics wrapped in wet garbage.

I found myself spending a good three hours there happily sifting through topics and outside links, something I rarely find myself doing on any occult forum these days, unless I’m trying to dig something up in the AF archives.

As I said before, I am still not sure why some occultists shun conspiracy theories, but one certainly doesn’t have to entertain any of the speculative stories on the forum as reality. It is a spooky world, however, and tales of what might be going on in the halls of the Kremlin or in underground ritual palaces are often just as entertaining as the latest Mothman sighting or Sigil technique. 

It also seems to me that occultists have begun to grow up a little bit, philosophically and politically. The scars of Salem burn into our subconscious a fear of the irrationality of the Trump administration. “In Democracy, you have to be a player” said Hunter S. Thompson. If occultists don’t wish to read the Washington Post, at least they can pick up a few useful things from this forum while sifting through Kubrickian pedophile governments and Even More JFK assassination theories. 

Enjoy posts such as:

“French judge goes on rampage with Masonic sword

“Wolf Chases Man on Motorcycle in Canada

Modern Art is a CIA Weapon

 

And so on…

 

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space marines about to become an actual thing, apparently…


Alabama Congressman Mike Rogers has introduced a solution to our military’s sluggish responsiveness to space exploration, colonization and defense matters: the Space Corp. The Space Corp would be a division born out of the Air Force to eventually become its own branch of the military, exactly the way the Air Force emerged from the Air Force Corp limb of the U.S. Army. 

Although it is just in the planning phase at this point, kudos to Congressman Rogers for addressing this massively critical issue when it seems nearly all branches of government have turned a blind eye to our lack of efficacy in space. NASA itself is outdated and has been due for a complete overhaul over three decades.

A hearing titled, “Reopening the American Frontier: Promoting Partnerships Between Commercial Space and the U.S. Government to Advance Exploration and Settlement” will be held after the July 4th recess in Washington D.C., lead by Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Space-X, Relativity, Nanoracks and NASA will have representatives present.

“In 1962, President John F. Kennedy laid down a marker for space exploration that inspired a generation of Americans to reach for the stars, recognizing that the race to the heavens was nothing less than a crucial front in the battle between freedom and tyranny,” Cruz said, and “We should once again lead the way for the world in space exploration”

Senator Cruz has more recently been on a campaign intending fix the problem of suppression of free speech on campuses across the country. (I couldn’t find any reason to disagree with the man myself. People make fun of Ted Cruz all the time in some very funny and clever ways but he’s actually well-spoken and thoughtful, and doesn’t take himself waaay too seriously like some members of the administration. Plus his family dresses up for Samhain.) It will be interesting to see how he positions himself regarding critical space exploration issues after independence day. 

 

LINK: independent expert confirms that the “impossible” EM drive actually works

In a step forward for space exploration, Roger Shawyer’s controversial EM drive that defies current physics laws is confirmed to actually work. It is proposed it could propel us to Mars in less than 3 months without using rocket fuel. Original article here: http://www.sciencealert.com/independent-scientists-confirm-that-the-impossible-em-drive-produces-thrust Scientists have been relying on hard rhetoric to disprove the drive so this comes as some vindication for people who dislike scientists who try to disprove theories on the basis of “He’s an asshole and I don’t like him.” John Costella, an Australian physicist wrote in response to the Chinese testing his engine previously that  “His analysis is rubbish and his ‘drive’ impossible.”