I'm making my own little crybaby/miscellaneous thread like Ack. A place where I can post miscellaneous stuff unrelated to conspiracy, the gods, political meme magik and my usual brand of fun activities. I'll still delve into the mysterious of course because I can't help myself but this is meant to be a little different.
Feel free to post whatever internal nonsense you may have as well. Maybe something interesting will happen. I've seen this website do many strange things, it's a portal in and of itself.
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And where was I in those wandering years? Within a desert for a mind, an average body. My tired eyes look back numb and dumb. Did I miss the shot? Dear God I hope not. At times I see her new eyes, I don't remember the color. It's true with Them I am Lost But Never Alone, so compelled to answer for past lives to atone. If the vectors could align just once more I would hop right on and not miss because I do need the kiss. Wish wish wish. Tsk tsk tsk. To open the escape hatch and find my latch a portal indeed by any other name. I see it looking back, I can't be so wack. PLEASE! Give give give so I may live live live.
There's certainly nihilism in my presentation but it's not the only ingredient, some of my favorite parts have splashes of Metamodernity.
"In 2010, cultural theorists Timotheus Vermeulen and Robin van den Akker proposed metamodernism as an intervention in the post-postmodernism debate. In their essay Notes on Metamodernism, they asserted that the 2000s were characterized by the return of typically modern positions that did not forfeit the postmodern mindsets of the 1980s and 1990s, resembling a "neo-romanticism" represented especially in the work of young visual artists. According to them, the metamodern sensibility "can be conceived of as a kind of informed naivety, a pragmatic idealism", characteristic of cultural responses to recent global events such as climate change, the financial crisis, political instability, and the digital revolution.They asserted that “the postmodern culture of relativism, irony, and pastiche" is over, having been replaced by a post-ideological condition that stresses engagement, affect, and storytelling."
"In 2011, Luke Turner published The Metamodernist Manifesto as "an exercise in simultaneously defining and embodying the metamodern spirit," describing it as "a romantic reaction to our crisis-ridden moment."The manifesto recognized "oscillation to be the natural order of the world," and called for an end to "the inertia resulting from a century of modernist ideological naivety and the cynical insincerity of its antonymous bastard child." Instead, Turner proposed metamodernism as "the mercurial condition between and beyond irony and sincerity, naivety and knowingness, relativism and truth, optimism and doubt, in pursuit of a plurality of disparate and elusive horizons," and concluded with a call to "go forth and oscillate!""
I'd say that best describes it but blending a little bit of irony and sarcasm spices it up too.
And this stuffy old place wouldn't be nearly as fun without me
Now of course I don't mean my interactions with any of you, you deserve it of course .
I regret it though with others, smaller waves in the ocean.
I don't realize how much people can be drawn to me and I'm just too flippant about their emotions sometimes.
So, Ms. A (no not that one) I'll miss you too in the short time I've know you and I'm glad that you care that you won't see me as much anymore as I move on into my next chapter. I'm glad you care and I should never question something like that.
6. The Principle of Cause and Effect . “Every Cause has its Effect; every Effect has its Cause; everything happens according to Law; Chance is but a name for Law not recognized; there are many planes of causation, but nothing escapes the Law.” . — The Kybalion
I was dreading the day the Tartaria shit was going to rear it's ugly head on OMF. There's something to it but I dont think it's as dramatic as some would have you believe. It's part of this whole blend of conspiracy culture isn't it? Once we got close to critical mass with understanding the ufo phenomenon, the black budget, breakaway civilizations, ancient aliens and cryptoterrestrials, our adversaries within the brotherhoods cooked up an entirely new cosmology to throw us off. Walter Bosley described the presentation at the 2015 Secret Space Conference in San Diego by Catherine Austin Fitts as the "tip of the spear" and I couldn't agree more. It's also worth noting one of our very important players is from that city and I don't think it is coincidence. Something new had to be cooked up of course and out came the Mandela Effect, Flat Earth and eventually Tartaria and the Mud Flood. You can trace these ideas going mainstream to about 2015 and 2016. It fits so well into the eschatological theater the intelligence agencies, the mystery schools and the little grey fellas wish to perform. A closed system indeed and one that surely fits into the framework of the BPW. A flat plane and a honeycomb/lattice superstructure keeping it in place where other intelligent entities would reside and visit the world in the center, taking the angel and devil role rather than simply being the flesh and blood members of the animal kingdom that yours truly believes them to be. I do have much more to say on the subject but for now I'll leave it here and simply state that it is a compelling cosmology and it would make for one hell of a dungeons and dragons setting but as far as I can tell the world of the mud flood, the Tartaria storyline is more something belonging along side the world of Tolkien than the secret world history of mankind.
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