There is something about this world place that is afraid of letting go. The information we get about what’s “out there and beyond” is a strictly monitored flow of information. It’s often paired with “building a better future”, or “think of the children”, etc.
Thanks to Abraham, our world is dominated by religion that seeks to control one half of the population more than the other.
It’s all got to do with going beyond the boundary and fear. The Garden of Eden is free and wild.
“Free Spirit” is not what comes to mind when you think of Saudi Arabia. They take control of the currency to a new level with their ridiculous rules about women. It’s so nice of them to finally allow women to drive.
Obviously, not everybody in Saudi Arabia is happy about that and the sexist taunts started flying…
Earlier this month, a Saudi cleric was banned from preaching after saying that women should not be allowed to drive because their brains shrink to a quarter the size of a man’s when they go shopping.
Of course, they still have to go around wearing tents and staying separate from men. Here’s this “indecent” woman who dares to walk unveiled. The nerve of her.
The Saudi news website Sabq reported that the religious police have written to other agencies calling for an investigation into the “indecently” dressed woman.
The woman’s actions prompted abusive backlash online. Since the incident the issue has been trending on Twitter under the hashtag “demand the trial of model Khulood”.
The Saudi writer Ibrahim al-Munayif told his 41,000 Twitter followers that if everyone disregarded the law in this way there would be chaos.
“Just like we call on people to respect the laws of countries they travel to, people must also respect the laws of this country,” he wrote.
Saudi Arabia, this is for you
Here she is with her male guardian
It’s hard to avoid the ever-growing Flat Earth movement. It’s flat. It’s round. I’m thinking the point is, going beyond the boundary. Obviously, NASA is silly and every time they show an image of something, its CGI. There are all kinds of theories about why NASA keeps up the charade, and I think it is symbolic of the constant avoidance of people seeing each other as themselves. Paradoxically, “going out and beyond” is right here, right now. Break the barrier and see that everyone is a mirror and paradise happens. It’s all right here. Love is not somewhere in space. Heaven is a place on Earth.
This is a dream realm and dreams are a series of symbols. Dreams are wacky and hard to understand sometimes.
Littlestone-on-Sea is a small coastal village close to New Romney. It was established in the 1880s by Sir Robert Perks, as a resort for the gentry, at the point of the local lifeboat station. At low tide a World War II Mulberry Harbour Phoenix breakwater is visible and along the coast there is a P.L.U.T.O. or Pipe Line Under The Ocean, station, formerly used to carry petrol across to France during the D-Day landings.
Littlestone is the location of Mr Bedford’s landing in the sphere in H.G. Wells book The First Men in the Moon. Mr Bedford leaves the sphere on the beach and enters a hotel. A local boy called Thomas Simmons (the name of an old school friend of Wells) who witnessed Mr Bedford’s arrival later enters and takes off in the sphere and is never seen again!
Has anyone ever been to a star party at an observatory? Or, have you ever been to an observatory? They are usually at a university and they rarely schedule any public tours and when they do, it is all very controlled.
From the website of Griffith Observatory in LA
“Griffith Observatory does not permit the operation of private, unauthorized telescopes on its grounds, for either public or private use. The Observatory is responsible for the public safety of its visitors and for the accuracy of any information provided in an astronomical and public setting. Allowing deployment of private telescopes on the grounds implies endorsement of both the instruments and the operators, neither of which the Observatory is capable of verifying.”
So, they are protecting people from something they might see? And if something is seen, then Griffith Observatory will announce what it is that you are seeing. Typical bullshit rules and stuff.
This is from the Q/A page of The University of Texas McDonald Observatory
“Why don’t you show us live views from the research telescopes?
When an astronomer does research with a large telescope, the majority of the time, they’re not using cameras to produce a pretty picture that would be suitable for displaying on a screen at the Visitors Center or on your computer at home. 70-80% of the time, astronomers at McDonald (and most observatories) are using the technique of spectroscopy … splitting the light of an astronomical object up into its component colors and carefully analyzing that spectrum. There is a tremendous wealth of information packed in the light from these objects that spectroscopy and other techniques allow the astronomers to access. Unfortunately, that information is not readily accessible in its raw, unprocessed, and unanalyzed form. So, it’s not the sort of information from which any conclusions can be drawn. There would be essentially nothing to be gained from sending a raw feed of information to the Center from the research telescopes for the purposes of viewing at a Star Party or online.”
In other words, every picture of space that you see is either composite or CGI. And you are not allowed to look through a big research telescope.
The Earth is flat. And you would be able to see this if you could get beyond the wall. Let’s say you had the money and resources and team of experts to take a private exploration of Antarctica. To ensure that you wouldn’t be shot by military while exploring, there are a list of things you must do before taking on this endeavor.
“Information to be Provided in Advance Notice
Organisers should provide the following information to the appropriate national authorities in the format requested.
- Name, nationality, and contact details of the organiser;
- Where relevant, registered name and national registration and type of any vessel or aircraft to be used (including name of the captain or commander, call-sign, radio frequency, INMARSAT number);
- Intended itinerary including the date of departure and places to be visited in the Antarctic Treaty Area;
- Activities to be undertaken and purpose;
- Number and qualifications of crew and accompanying guides and expedition staff;
- Estimated number of visitors to be carried;
- Carrying capacity of vessel;
- Intended use of vessel;
- Intended use and type of aircraft;
- Number and type of other vessels, including small boats, to be used in the Antarctic Treaty Area;
- Information about insurance coverage;
- Details of equipment to be used, including for safety purposes,and arrangements for self-sufficiency;
- And other matters required by national laws.”
In other words, if you really could get all the things necessary for exploration, it’s that ambiguous, last item on the list ‘and other matters required by national laws’, that could be used to prevent you from going beyond.
In the True Man Show, the controller is in the ‘Moon Room’.
Truman: [Sailing in the artificially-roughened winds and seas – he shouts to the sky] Is that the best you can do?
[Christof, in the “moon room”, whips around to face the screen, shocked]
Truman: You’re gonna have to kill me!
Truman: What do ya do with a drunken sailor? What do ya do with a drunken sailor? What do ya do with a drunken sailor ear-lye in the mor-nin’!
Shattered. But you can do it…. the Star card is about hope.
Be fearless. Break through
Heaven is a place on Earth.