Thank you all for all you efforts!
Edit : two links added and an English mistake corrected.latulipenoire said:As I read the forum and the sessions I get the feeling that everything we do is extremely important and has far reaching consequences for us and for those surrounding us, for example, as discussed here and elsewhere, our 2d companions, our tattoos, our attitudes toward our loved ones and towards our beloved universe...I remembered what Laura, the crew and the C's discussed about a year ago, on session 10 October 2015 (https://cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php/topic,39785.msg607185.html#msg607185)
I think it would have opposite effect because Russia would let out information who was behind the attacks, not like it was with chemical attacks when the deal was struck because there is no more compromises, so it will only fasten US demise on the world scene and heat things up at home with thinning of veil. Desperate times, desperate measures, desperate results.I doubt the Empire will ever settle with a loss in Syria. But they might with a draw with dirty nuking Damascus.
That way, everyone loses. And it will give a message to Russia that them trying to save other countries will only result in the Empire nuking the place if they win.
In that way, they might contain Russia from helping other countries the Empire wants to destroy and dominate.
... it got me thinking about how in certain cultures, like China and Japan, they are considered a taboo for ordinary people. This has been the case for hundreds, even thousands of years. They are associated with negativity and negative elements in society - criminals, gang members, basically people heavily invested in negativity. I wonder to what extent they were back then aware about the anchoring of attachments/negative patterns and the possible negative impacts of tattoos in general.Tristan said:Thank you for this great session. Even if somewhat frightening at times.
About the issue of tattoos I guess it depends in many cases on the type and intention when one tattooed.
On this website read: (though I really do not know the validity of these claims)FWIW ;)
- From a spiritual perspective, tattoos have a harmful effect on us. The following are the reasons for the harmful spiritual effect of tattoos:
- Most people tattoo their body out of fashion and this causes enticing energy (Mohini-shakti) to be attracted to it. As a result, emotionalism and attachment to the external world or the Great Illusion (Maya) increases.
- The majority of tattoo designs are not sāttvik. That is why they activate distressing energy.
- Tattoos increase the proportion of distressing energy in the environment and make the individual physically and spiritually restless. Also, the covering of distressing energy around the individual’s body increases by 1.5%.
- The possibility of negative energies (ghosts, demons, devils etc.) affecting the body, mind and intellect of the individual who has a tattoo on their body increases due to the tattoo.
- Tattoos also increase heat in the body. An increase in heat can represent an increase in the proportion of Raja-Tama in the body (coolness represents an increase in the proportion of Sattva).
- Showing the tattoo to others can increase ego.
Yeah, I read that in Song China, criminals would be tattooed as punishment, thus showing the wider public that they are criminals. The first two crimes received tats on the shoulders, then the third (and so on) were placed on their faces.rylek said:...it got me thinking about how in certain cultures, like China and Japan, they are considered a taboo for ordinary people. This has been the case for hundreds, even thousands of years. They are associated with negativity and negative elements in society - criminals, gang members, basically people heavily invested in negativity. I wonder to what extent they were back then aware about the anchoring of attachments/negative patterns and the possible negative impacts of tattoos in general.
"Interesting" how Dieudonné made a complete turnaround years later and started to 'collaborate' with Patrice Alègre himself, asking him to pen articles for his infamous (now dead) website "quenelle +". The 2 articles he wrote were particularly filthy and (under the cover of 'irony') glorified pedophilia and made fun of abused children.Bastian said:About Toulouse pedophiles network, I suppose that you've heard about the children of judge Roche's account (they gave a conference in Dieudonné's "Théâtre de la Main d'Or", which is probably the real reason why Dieudonné got into big trouble after that...).
In French (for instance) :
(among many others)
The idea of her being "taken down" was not that she would be unable to stand in the vote, but rather that she would be assured of losing.Gawan said:Thanks for sharing the session so fast!
It will be interesting to see what is gonna happening in the next three weeks and if. If she gets taken down before, I don't know how likely it is for another candidate of the democrats to be elected. Regarding the wolves I can imagine that are many power fights on all levels and especially if someone sees if a hunted animal (Hillary) got wounded.Pashalis said:As for this:
The way the question is phrased and the answer given, doesn't necessarily indicate that he likely will win at the end, but that in actuality he is likely to win now, since the real numbers would indicate that . So that says to me that the real numbers would show him to be the actual winner at the moment, while the system spins it the other way.Laura said:(Joe) That's what we don't know. Right now, what are the odds that Trump will actually win?
Q: (Pierre) All the non-rigged polls seem to give Trump as the leader. So they don't have to do anything if they don't want Clinton to win.
The C's were asked about Trump, if he will "actually" win. So I'm guessing that the C's answered to the question by the actual numbers there and not the way the system spins the poll. So even if Killary wins, the C's statement could and probably is, still true, since they probably answered on how the real numbers look at the moment.
So Killary could certainly still be on the horizon
And for this part, a bit more speculative:
The question is who or what wants to bring Killary down before the election and one guess is, it is the collective "psychic power", of all the people around the world that don't want to see that witch "in power".Laura said:Q: (Joe) We're assuming that her people know that she has dementia. Insiders know, people running her campaign, the Democratic party, etc. They're assuming that she's going to be okay to be president with dementia?
A: No. Part of reason to bring her down.
Q: (L) Well, she spent so much money on the campaign and cover-ups, and if she gets brought down now she won't have any friends left. She'll just slide into poverty or something. Nobody will be wanting to buy her influence anymore because she won’t have any and that was their main cash cow: influence peddling.
(Joe) Someone wants to bring her down after she becomes president?
Q: (Joe) Well, they better hurry up! Three weeks to go.
(Pierre) Well, they just need a big scandal.
(L) All they need to do is get enough people upset, and Trump will get the presidency.
(Joe) The media is totally anti-Trump right now.
(L) Doesn't matter. The people hate Trump less than Hillary.
Or somebody else (or a group) from the democratic party wants to bring her down before the election, since otherwise that person could not be set into power immediately or for a longer time. I'm thinking of Biden here, or another Psycho.