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25/06/2020 11:25 pm  
Posted by: @dom

$20 Tarot readers, New Age psychic control-freaks and wannabe Edgar Cayce freaks.

Oh, that then!  Yeah, readings were $20, which was cheap considering the usual and customary fee was $50. I don't remember anything about the "New Age psychic control-freaks and wannabe Edgar Cayce freaks," so I suppose that's your interpretation.

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Mansion of Metaphysics

Thanks. I now associate the reference ... through a glass darkly without windshield wipers. The Mansion was great. It was in Denver Chris, you could have dropped in.

 


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26/06/2020 8:14 am  
Posted by: @shiva

 

Oh, that then!  Yeah, readings were $20, which was cheap considering the usual and customary fee was $50. I don't remember anything about the "New Age psychic control-freaks and wannabe Edgar Cayce freaks," so I suppose that's your interpretation.

 

The psychic woman who suddenly disbanded the club or meeting.

 

The guy who received  'messages' about Legis, the one you drove many miles to speak to but when you eventually got there he never said much., 

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26/06/2020 7:43 pm  
Posted by: @dom

The psychic woman who suddenly disbanded the club or meeting.

Yes. She stopped her activities and moved from Oregon to Colorado because she though her little group had been infiltrated by CIA guys. She was probably right. It was well-known back then that CIA was doing "psychic research" in response to Russia's endeavors in that area. Everyone had read Psychic discoveries Behind the Iron Curtain and knew the CIA wanted to develop psychic military powers (Examples: Remote viewing and erasing hard drives with a pass of the hand).

I guess this is who you referred to as a "mind-control" freak, which is hardly what I wrote, so that's why  I wondered who you were talking about.

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The guy who received  'messages' about Legis, the one you drove many miles to speak to but when you eventually got there he never said much., 

I guess you mean Mr White. He did not "receive messages about Legis." He did indicate that true prophecy was no longer possible (due to the acceleration and intertwining of threads from the past, including AL whose time had already passed). When we got there, he had plenty to say (hours of it), but he dismissed AL with two sentences, which I find amusing and try to quote them from time to time.

The Book says "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law."
What else do you want?

I fail to associate this with some "wannabe Edgar Cayce freak."

 


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26/06/2020 9:31 pm  
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Posted by: @dom

The psychic woman who suddenly disbanded the club or meeting.

Yes. She stopped her activities and moved from Oregon to Colorado because she though her little group had been infiltrated by CIA guys. She was probably right. It was well-known back then that CIA was doing "psychic research" in response to Russia's endeavors in that area. Everyone had read Psychic discoveries Behind the Iron Curtain and knew the CIA wanted to develop psychic military powers (Examples: Remote viewing and erasing hard drives with a pass of the hand).

I guess this is who you referred to as a "mind-control" freak, which is hardly what I wrote, so that's why  I wondered who you were talking about.

 

 

Oh I read it as she was doing a Genesis Orridge 'it's my cult and noone else's so I'm going to disband it'  sort of tantrum. 

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26/06/2020 10:27 pm  
Posted by: @dom

Oh I read it as she was doing a Genesis Orridge 'it's my cult and noone else's so I'm going to disband it'  sort of tantrum. 

Maybe I didn't write it correctly.Let's see ...

[Quote]

There was an older woman at the Mansion who was a professional
psychic. She had recently held metaphysical classes and performed
readings/consultations in Oregon. She claimed that the CIA had been
sending operatives to her classes.

Well, that sounds fairly paranoiac, but that agency had actually been
searching high and low for reputable psychics as part of their
endeavors to use psychic energy as part of their operations.

So I gave her the benefit of the doubt. In any case, she was so
disturbed by this intrusion that she abandoned her practice, left
Oregon, and ended up in Denver.

[end Quote]

 


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28/07/2020 1:13 pm  
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Does the "terrible secret" of a Magus has something with the following quote ... ?

Yes, it does.

I will not play marketing games. Nobody has to buy the book. I will extract the pertinent section and post it right here ... pretty soon (subjective chronological ambiguity). In the meantime, maybe somebody knows this "secret," which is plainly writ in a Libers Liber.

 

That sounds like what I was asking you about.   Do you know which chapter this is from;Confessions, [p.] 840 by Kaczynski in Perdurabo)?

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28/07/2020 6:12 pm  
Posted by: @dom

That sounds like what I was asking you about.   Do you know which chapter this is from;Confessions, [p.] 840 by Kaczynski in Perdurabo)?

Serp252 posted the relevant revelated quote from Confessions, and I know what it says, but I have no idea where.

I merely revealed the "terrible secret," along with a quote (or 2?) wherein AC confirms the validity of the "secret point" I made.

 


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28/07/2020 6:16 pm  
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Serp252 posted the relevant revelated quote from Confessions, and I know what it says, but I have no idea where.

I merely revealed the "terrible secret," along with a quote (or 2?) wherein AC confirms the validity of the "secret point" I made.

 

Where did you reveal it?  

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28/07/2020 11:50 pm  
Posted by: @dom

That sounds like what I was asking you about.   Do you know which chapter this is from;Confessions,

But dom, can your recall really be that bad - when you assured us you'd read Confessions "literally hundreds" of times?

Concernedly yours,

J Noy


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29/07/2020 12:05 am  
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Posted by: @dom

That sounds like what I was asking you about.   Do you know which chapter this is from;Confessions,

But dom, can your recall really be that bad - when you assured us you'd read Confessions "literally hundreds" of times?

Concernedly yours,

J Noy

It's chapter 80 something I'd say.

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29/07/2020 2:27 am  
Posted by: @dom

Where did you reveal it? 

1. Just a few posts ago on this thread, and (in more depth) ...

2. On the same thread where Serp252 posted the corresponding quote from Confessions, and ...

3. In Insude the Law, which you have in your possession.

Now, further answers will be subject to an hourly fee, unless you have one single question that can potentially resolve the quiz-show approach.

Posted by: @dom

It's chapter 80 something I'd say.

"Predicting without a license shall be punishable under the Law."

 


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31/07/2020 10:43 pm  
Posted by: @shiva

 

 

Thanks.

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