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Shiva
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23/10/2020 10:06 pm  

I place this quote from the local newspaper in The Sandwich Box, because it will soon be eaten ... but it demonstrates how life unravels in the remotest parts of The Wild, wild West. It demonstrates how 93 rules the day and night, and also adds flavor to dull lives. My Comments are in RED BOLD.

  http://www.news-bulletin.com/news/swat-standoff-with-armed-man-in-los-pasitos-ongoing/article_15c52fda-14e2-11eb-b606-8f5c69acc02d.html

The standoff began about 2 p.m. today, Thursday, Oct. 22, said Valencia County Sheriff Denise Vigil, but law enforcement involvement began Wednesday evening.

“Last night, [2 nights ago] a call came in that a male subject at the home was threatening to kill himself, suicide by cop, and threatening to take out several officers,” Vigil said. “It was reported by the homeowner that he was armed with a rifle and wearing body armor.”

When deputies arrived at the home on Vissing Place [3 doors away - across the street], the man couldn't be located and the homeowner left for the night.

“We had no contact with him and no other calls until today at about 2 p.m.,” Vigil said. “The man came out of the house; he was armed and had body armor on.”

Deputies evacuated nearby neighbors who were willing to leave, the sheriff said, set up an inner perimeter around the house and an outer perimeter to prevent people from coming in and out of the neighborhood.

We were warned by text that they were coming. We locked our doors, turned off the Lights, and pretended no-one was home but the dogs. They never came knockin', but their big SUV with the SWAT gear was parked right behind our back fence. I made sure my .357 was loaded.

Throughout the afternoon, deputies have been doing what are called “call outs” to the man in the house using a megaphone, and VCSO crisis negotiator Deputy Victor Chavez has been speaking with him off and on by phone, Vigil said, and flash-bang devices were deployed.

Shortly before 9 p.m., the man stopped answering the phone and there was no movement in the house, she said.

“We are going to send in a robot to see if we can find him; when Deputy Chavez was on the phone with him, he was heavily under the influence,” Vigil said. “The scene is very tightly secured right now, to ensure the safety of residents [us]. Everyone who wanted to leave was allowed to earlier, but right now, no one is allowed in or out at this point.”

This is the third 4th time I have found myself in a Military Law situation. The first was the Watts Riots of '65(?). The second about six years ago when this same SWAT Team flash-banged and gassed my bother's house in order to flush out a deranged man who threatened to kill my brother. (The perp had fled before they arrived). I must also include my travels in Juarez, where the Cartels shot at the Federales, and they shot back. Now this.

NEXT PHASE ...

An armed man has barricaded himself in a house in a normally quiet neighborhood east of The University of New Mexico-Valencia campus in Tome tonight.

Members of the Los Lunas and Valencia County Sheriff's Office SWAT teams have closed off the Los Pasitos neighborhood off of Chacon Boulevard and Dehaan Loop. The village of Bosque Farms K9 officer Brad Killough and dog Dukan are also on scene.

FINALLY ...

UPDATE:The man barricaded in the house on Vissing Place has been taken into custody.

Anthony Menezes, 40, was taken into custody following an hours-long standoff with local SWAT teams in a subdivision east of UNM-Valencia campus.

Menezes has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in regards to an incident yesterday evening, Wednesday, Oct. 21, and will face additional charges after tonight's incident, including resisting and evading arrest.

He was uncooperative and would not exit the home, so deputies deployed gas canisters. Menezes was also hit with non-lethal rounds, specifically bean bags. [Bean Bags are fired from a Shotgun]. He has been transported to an Albuquerque hospital for evaluation because the bean bags were used, Valencia County Sheriff Denise Vigil said.

Residents should be able to return to their homes shortly.
 
All's quiet on the Western Front this morning.
 
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toadstoolwe
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24/10/2020 10:14 pm  

Maybe I am thick but what does this have to do with Crowley or Thelema?  And how does the number "93" relate to this?


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Shiva
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24/10/2020 10:50 pm  
Posted by: @toadstoolwe

Maybe I am thick but what does this have to do with Crowley or Thelema?  And how does the number "93" relate to this?

You must be thick because it is posted in The Sandwich Box (as noted) which allows the building of sand castles for experimental purposes.

Somebody did something like this once, and I called him on the non-Crowley theme. He pointed out he could do anything in the Sandbox because it was unlimited and temporary (by definition). I prefer to use the excuse that some people here have been to Vissing Place, a normally quiet neighborhood, home of the Desert Star Temple, and so they are familiar with the territory..

The incident reported occurred outside the circle of the Temple, and thus must be considered a peripheral phenomenon. You know how phenomena are supposed to be handled.

93 is the number of the Law.

This posting will disappear soon. I cannot remember the current timespan limit.


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24/10/2020 11:02 pm  

I know 93 is the number of the law, at least I did when I looked it up because I knew I was missing something. What is a sandwich box?  How would I know about a Star Temple?  Is it a Masonic lodge?  What does all mean?


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25/10/2020 1:01 am  

There was a crazy incident with an armed and barricaded dude across the street from where Shiva and Kali and the hellhounds live.

The Sandwich Box is actually called The Sand Box and is the name of this section of the forum, where posts vanish, like lines in sand, or like sandwiches.

I am back from sailing, and the ground is swaying under me, but i am happy to provide these translation services despite this, as the computer is holding still. Perhaps it is mounted on psychic gimbals.


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Shiva
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25/10/2020 2:45 am  
Posted by: @toadstoolwe

What is a sandwich box?  How would I know about a Star Temple?  Is it a Masonic lodge?  What does all mean?

The thread you and I are posting in, right now, real-time, is located in "THE SANDBOX" Category, because it's where the teenie weenies go to play and build sand temples in a protected box. It is analagous to "The Funny Farm." That's why posts here are proven to be illusionary, because they disappear after a while.

You would not know about the Desert Star Temple unless you read about it in one of my trashy books, or you happened upon a picture or a note in some obscure thread, or unless you came here (bring your gun and body armor).

I am not a Mason. I am a heretic. Desert star might be comparable to The Golden Dawn, even to the G.D. cited in One star in Sight. It might be comparable to an insane asylum. Only you can judge by presenting yourself in person.

This all means I thought I would post a current event. Ignant recently posted a story about hime and a boat and the river. It had nothing to do with Crowley. It was merely his excuse for not being instantly online for a while. It was hhis version of current events. When he returns, we will see if his adventure was more exciting than mine. Prizes will be awarded. Wine will flow.

Note: The perp was loaded on many days worth of meth and alcohol. He passed out many times. The robot could not see him. The dog was not sent in. I really posted this as a warning about methedrine and how The Law comes right down to the physical plane. This guy was obviously NOT doing his Will.

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I am back from sailing, and the ground is swaying under me, but i am happy to provide these translation services

Welcome back. That didn't take long. Were you attacked by Indians or Nazi Skinheads?

 


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25/10/2020 3:03 am  

No, and also not by any Innsmouth-y entities, despite our destination being a New England port town located in the heart of Lovecraft Country, and ending with "-mouth".

It wasn't any kind of cruise or anything. We were just delivering my old bassplayer's racing boat to its winter harbor; the crew was my first punk band from the '70s. A good time was had by us. We went very fast; favorable wind and currents made for an unexpectedly fast passage.

A side effect of extended time on a sailboat is that dry land seems to sway underfoot for 24 hours or so after getting ashore because your inner ear has adapted to the swaying boat deck as "flat/down/gravity".

Folks whose inner ears don't do this get seasick. i prefer not getting seasick, and having terra firma swaying, because it is like one of those acid flashbacks they warned us about, not that acid ever did that, but just this fundamental violation of "normal reality"- "down is moving!"


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25/10/2020 6:07 am  
Posted by: @ignant666

A side effect of extended time on a sailboat is that dry land seems to sway underfoot for 24 hours or so after getting ashore because your inner ear has adapted to the swaying boat deck as "flat/down/gravity".

I first noticed this upon gaining dry land on Catalina Isle, 26 miles across the Sea, Sunny Catalina was a-waitin' for me (during the Watts Riot Firestorm Uprisal War).

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Folks whose inner ears don't do this get seasick.

I got sick first. Do not lay back and roll with it. Then the motor stopped. We had sails, so no disaster. I leapt up and jumped down into the motor cabinet under the galley (kitchen) floor. They (the pundits) say "Don't go down in the cabin - you'll get seasick." Baloney! I was down in this greasy, oily mess, hemmed in by thick board to make a small coffin for the engine. I was completely focused on emergency, mechanical surgery. It took about an hour. I came up on deck greasy as a mechanic and clear-headed as a sailor. My cochlea must have cleared during the excitement. I have never suffered from sickness at sea since then.

In order to keep onsite, I would like to say that Aleister traveled through this part of the world in his big loop around America. As I recall, he might have done it a second time, but that's not for sure. Anyway, it's in Confessions. He at least passed through the L.A. area (Catalina is 26 miles offshore and clearly visible on any day that is not fogged in). He mentions visiting Tia Juana (which is how it was spelled when I was a kid, but sometimes only one word Tiajuana - this is all politically incorrect now, and Tijuana only is correct).

Regardless of how many times he passed through, I'm sure he didn't realize he was treading the soil that would support his chelas who would support him when he became a Saint in his Latter Days.

When he passed through, Hollywood was a paradise, and Pasadena a crisp, clean Viking's Dale. These zones were famous for their climate. Then the Japanese current, out in the Oceana Pacifica, that bumped the coast of Sunny Southern California, bringing warm water, started to slip away in its usual, cyclic way, around 1939 e.v.  Hey, I was born that year!

Today, both L.A. and Pasadena are toxic. I make that simple statement as a former long-term resident of both and as a physician. Poisonous. As in "Dangerous to your Health." Like Beijing and Delhi.

So he, AC, passed through in the glorious climate days. I cannot remember if he noted anything about So Cal, I only remember his adventures in machoism south of the border. If anyone remembers anything he noted about that area, please type up.

Ignant, your insights into balance (think Maat) illustrate how reality is conditional and changeable. And the lesson cannot be more practical, because it is hard matter physical, not some abstract notion.

It is, of course, our perception of reality, as filtered through our senses confused by changing conditions that is affected. I guess the search still continues for the unchanging state. I heard it wasn't connect to anything but nothing, but nobody could know if that was true.

 


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25/10/2020 6:23 am  

It is just a truly weird sensation this "down is moving" thing; i've had it before, but remembering it, and experiencing it (i am having to sway to hit the keys) are two different things.

Some folk (such as cough, Skeptical Thelema disciples) are so invested in this idea that normal sense reality is "real". Given how mobile "down/gravity" currently appears to me, i can only assume such folk have never done much sailing.

I will admit that i will not mind a bit when "down" gets flat again but it is diverting.


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25/10/2020 9:55 am  

Sounds like a terrific current was set up !
I recall my stay at Desert Star Temple when dark clouds welled up and a high ranking member of the Black Lodge was jettisoned from the worldly arena.


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25/10/2020 12:22 pm  

@shivaAre you a published author?  If so, what titles have you written, and where can I read them?  I am referring to your statement "One of my trashy boos'  Do you "Mine" as in authorship, or "mine" as in general ownership of books?   So Mote it be Mr. ABRAHADABRA!


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Shiva
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25/10/2020 6:34 pm  
Posted by: @toadstoolwe

Are you a published author?

I see you only signed up here a month ago
so you should not be expected to know
that I have duplicated the Akashic Disk
available to all at the touch of a Whisk

Go here ...

https://www.lulu.com/search?adult_audience_rating=00&page=1&pageSize=10&q=Frater+Shiva

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Mr. ABRAHADABRA!

I am a Doctor (Dr), not a Mr (Mister or Master). I have no use for that long word.

 


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26/10/2020 8:00 pm  

@shivaNo offense intended Dr.! I love the word ABRACADABRA (Or ABRAHADABRA)  or ABRA CHA DABRA.  Just a thing I have.


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26/10/2020 8:18 pm  

I am behind my shield like a little witch.

Like most of the kids these days i imagine.

I like to imagine they actually approach strangers and talk to them without a fone bored into their face but im not quite sure.

 

@ignant666 does your son talk to strangers like a normal person?

 

Anyway I am glad your sailing trip went well.

As we touched on I am happy about it and I miss the ocean.

 

 

Here in the mountains it is ..haha here in the foothills it is minus 10 C all day as the high. That's ok i guess.

I got some good military winter boots.

@shiva

When the winter gets bad the anarchists get running .  They cant take any kind of extreme living.  Not very anachronistic.

 

Your ammo will be happier too.


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26/10/2020 8:45 pm  
Posted by: @christibrany

When the winter gets bad the anarchists get running .  They cant take any kind of extreme living. 

Oh please. Not that i like to be cold, but as they say, there is no such thing as bad weather, only poor gear choices. I can do whatever in any weather we get around here. And i'm an old man, we have a whole new younger generation who don't feel the cold in their bones yet.

Not that i can imagine why any anarchists would want to disturb the peace of Mr and Mrs Shiva regardless of weather. We are more into destroying social structures of oppression than folks' houses. Stop watching Fox and reading Breitbart etc. These people get paid to lie to you about people like me.

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does your son talk to strangers like a normal person?

Yes, and hardly ever takes his phone out of his pocket. I do good work with dogs too; got to train 'em up right.

We anarchists run tight ships believe you me. Just ordered a Model 1860 Naval Cutlass in case i have to repel boarders and the shotgun isn't available; have had some threats lately.

 


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26/10/2020 9:40 pm  

@ignant666

 

I believe you and respect you.

What kind of threats?


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26/10/2020 9:51 pm  

Who can say of these Choronzonic forces? They are shapeless and ultimately void. We know they read what i post here so i will say no more.

However, i believe a very sharp naval cutlass is an excellent home-defense supplement to the shotgun and baseball bat. And 80 lb pit-bull. And other surprises and party favors for uninvited visitors.


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