Kim Spiracy's Journal
Friday, April 18, 2003
I've come to the conclusion that lots of things are pointing to occult conspiracies, validly or invalidly, and that i'm incapable of knowing what to do other than to not harm others if i can help it.
I'm afraid that following some of my logical paths would lead some of you as lambs to slaughter, a "Judas goat".
My opinion at the moment is that knowledge is sacred, and is given from the divine, and it looks exactly as if one can reach it but that may just be a lie.
I currently believe in good and nothing else.
go with good, and avoid temptation. sorry for the religious tone...i'm really agnostic and all that, but whatever.
Tuesday, April 15, 2003
11:54PM - Conspiracy Unification
Look at all, believe none, they are shadows of the truth. If you start truly believing anything, you are closing your mind. Write down the things you believe, and ask yourself, what if the exact opposite were true? If you have no tools to tell the difference between fact and fiction, you have no chance of knowing what's going on. Assume that 99% of all conspiracies are completely wrong (either due to human fallibility or deliberate misinformation), and that the 1% that is true is of monumental importance but very difficult to distinguish from the rest.
I thought this would be bad, but it was actually pretty good. Watch it. Question: if powerful secret societies are really out there and intent on great evil, why do they allow movies like this to exist?
It is difficult to trust anyone who is writing a book, because they have financial interest in getting lots of books published, regardless of the facts.
Read the Illuminatus! trilogy. It is a fictional account that tried to tie up all conspiracy theories of its time.
Read Cosmic Trigger I and II, by Robert Anton Wilson. This will teach you some about Magick, Crowley, belief systems, and other "out-there" topics, with a toe-hold on reason and refusal to "believe" anything.
Read Godel Escher Bach, and learn about fractals, for a completely legitimate exploration of what the true nature of reality is. This is the most important thing listed here. It is a key for understanding consciousness and the universe in my opinion. It has nothing overtly to do with any "wacko" theories, but gives you the tools to understand things. Pay close attention to self-similarity, recursion, self-reflection, and strange loops.
Search Google for these topics: Sacred Geometry, Magick, Thelema, Seshat, Maat or Ma'at, Thoth, Buddhist breath meditation, Akhenaten, Cheney Halliburton tax shelters, Theravada and Mahayana and Zen Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Knifewing, critical thinking, Mandelbrot set, fractals, symmetry, broken symmetry, self-similarity, logical fallacies, October Surprise, Skull and Bones, Yale Bush secret, mj12 documents, Vannevar Bush, crop circles, ....
Read the Amber Chronicles, paying attention to the true reality and the shadow worlds.
Things that seem completely flaky probably are. But they may be shadows of less flaky things. Godel Escher Bach may help you to project from the many shadows found in popular culture and religions to see what sort of thing might be casting the shadows. Poor-quality thinking is the enemy of knowledge; test yourself on the far-out and you may learn how to judge the less far-out. Skeptics and science are the greatest assets to spiritual or paranormal investigation, and easy acceptance of conspiracies and strangeness is the greatest enemy of discovering true conspiracies and strangeness.
Summary of beliefs that you may want to investigate but should probably not believe:
. There are powerful secret societies in loose control of much of the wealth and political institutions. They may be good, evil, or neither, or some mixture of the above.
. They are not all-powerful, and do make absurd mistakes at times.
. US Domestic assassination does happen, but the reasons of the assassins may not be easily knowable.
. Humanity is on the verge of some leap of evolution, but if anyone tries to sell you the truth they are probably deluded or just trying to make money.
. The war on Iraq is a religious war, but it is misguided. Most major religions are shadows of the truth, and the commonalities are to be discovered rather than the differences brought into conflict.
. The universe on one level is just dumb material, atoms, acting according to the laws of physics and mathematics. But consciousness (human and higher) can be created in that, by recursion. Humans are a part of the universe that thinks about itself. The process that creates human consciousness can create higher forms of consciousness, in which things that are undecidable or unknowable or paradoxical are no longer in conflict, because they are seen from a perspective that is at a different level.
Godel Escher Bach is the only firm brick I have found to build a foundation on.
Thursday, March 27, 2003
Tuesday, March 25, 2003
8:08PM - More disappearing people
FBI Interviewing Detroit-Area Iraqis
Reported by Heather Catallo
Federal agents are gathering information in the fight against Saddam and tracking down individuals in the Detroit area who may pose a threat.
The FBI is still continuing their voluntary interviews with people of Iraqi descent in Detroit and there is still a national search that is going on for a suspected terrorist.
The federal government is still hunting for Adnan G. El Shukrijumah. Sources told ABC News, the FBI believes the 27-year-old is a member of al-Qaeda and may be planning an attack against the U.S.
While federal agents search for him, the security watch in Detroit continues. The Bureau of Immigration and Custom Enforcement has been conducting an operation for 96 hours. The ice agents, as they are called, have questioned more than 50 Iraqis in the Detroit area.
Most of the Iraqis have been briefly detained for administrative reasons, such as improper documentation or being out of status.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, only one man has been kept in custody because of unrelated criminal offenses.
Agents have fewer than 200 Iraqi illegals left to contact. Most of the illegals who have been questioned and released have been given court dates to return to immigration court for a status review. They may not be able to stay in this country.
Wednesday, March 5, 2003
1:31AM - Urban Legends
and criticism of debunkers
1:19AM - Space Shuttle Conspiracies
Space Shuttle conspiracies(groups) and (web)
My initial thought was possible terrorist, or possible attempt to make it seem like a terrorist attack against the US and Israel. Perhaps shooting at the shuttle to knock some tiles off, shot covered by the roar of the engines. But it seems most likely to me that hurtling out of space like a flaming meteor with only some flimsy things to protect you is a dangerous thing to do.
Sunday, March 2, 2003
While I would not be surprised to find out there was conspiracy here (I don't actually know anything about his murder), this sort of site seems pretty clearly off the deep end. Their handwriting analysis is pretty sad too.
I've read Stephen King's Carrie and one or two other books, and the author i sense behind that is not a murderer. It would be slightly less unbelievable if it was not trying to sell something.
Saturday, March 1, 2003
11:57AM - Kim Spiracy and You
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Friday, February 28, 2003
Tuesday, January 7, 2003
Thursday, October 31, 2002
Wednesday, 30 October 2002, 11:06 am
Article: Rick Ensminger
The following is a summary of the facts available at this time via the media, surrounding Senator Paul Wellstone's airplane crash of 10-25-02. Judge for yourself, was this more likely an assassination or an accident?
Wed Oct 30,10:03 PM ET
By Ted Rall
George W. Bush's Legacy of Cynicism and Contempt
George W. Bush and his henchmen stole the presidency. They threw thousands of innocent people into prison without even charging them with a crime. They're gearing up to invade Iraq without bothering to come up with a substantial justification. Now some Democrats and progressive Americans are asking the unthinkable about an administration they increasingly believe to be ruled by thugs and renegades. Did government gangsters murder the United States' most liberal legislator?
Talk of foul play began hours after Senator Paul Wellstone's plane went down over northeastern Minnesota on Oct. 25, killing him, his wife and his daughter, along with three staffers and two pilots. "Please tell me I'm wrong to be thinking what I'm thinking," a self-described "liberal Democrat" from St. Paul e-mailed me that evening. "I want to be wrong, but I wouldn't put it past the Republicans--THESE Republicans--to sabotage Wellstone's plane." Internet discussion groups and e-mail in-boxes quickly echoed her sentiment.
Paul Wellstone was the only progressive in the U.S. Senate. Mother Jones magazine once described him as, "The first 1960s radical elected to the U.S. senate." He was also the last. Since defeating incumbent Republican Rudy Boschowitz 12 years ago in a grassroots upset, Wellstone emerged as the strongest, most persistent, most articulate and most vocal Senate opponent of the Bush administration.
In a senate that is one heartbeat away from Republican control, Wellstone was more than just another Democrat. He was often the lone voice standing firm against the status-quo policies of both the Democrats and the Republicans. As such, he earned the special ire of the Bush administration and the Republican Party, who made Wellstone's defeat that party's number one priority this year.
Various White House figures made numerous recent campaign stops in Minnesota to stump for the ailing campaign of Wellstone's Republican opponent, Norm Coleman. Despite being outspent and outgunned, however, polls show that Wellstone's popularity surged after he voted to oppose the Senate resolution authorizing George Bush to wage war in Iraq. He was pulling ahead of Coleman and moving toward a victory that would both be an embarrassment to the Bush administration and to Democratic Quislings such as Hillary Clinton who voted to support "the president."
Then he died.
Wellstone now joins the ranks of other American politicians who died in small plane crashes. Another recent victim was Missouri's former Democratic governor, Mel Carnahan, who lost his life in 2000, three weeks before Election Day, during his Senatorial race against John Ashcroft. ( Read more...Collapse )
Sunday, October 27, 2002
Friday, October 25, 2002
By KIM SPIRACY, Nonassociated Press Writer
EVELETH, Minn. (NP) - Sen. Paul Wellstone, the fairly liberal Democrat whose re-election campaign was vital to control of the Senate, was killed in a plane crash in northern Minnesota on Friday along with his wife, daughter and five others. The crash may or may not have been caused by an unknown domestic terrorism team (UDTT) that wanted to ensure that Republicans have control of the Senate, presumably because the goals of the Republican Party are more in line with the aims of the UDTT.
The crash came just 11 days before the election and sent state and party officials scrambling to see about a replacement. Few so far have dared to speculate about whether or not it was an assassination.
The twin-engine private plane went down about 10 a.m. in freezing rain and light snow near the Eveleth-Virginia Municipal Airport, about 175 miles north of Minneapolis. A pilot in the area said the plane seemed to have veered away from the standard approach to the airport.
The wreckage was still smoldering several hours after the crash in a wooded, swampy area two miles from the airport. The National Transportation Safety Board sent a nine-member team to determine the cause of the accident. They are not expected to find any evidence of foul play.
Wellstone's death threw the battle for the Senate into uncharted territory, or at least uncharted by most. Before Friday, Democrats held control by a single seat. His name will remain on the ballot and the chances of him being elected posthumously are quite high. The situation is rather reminiscent of the fatal plane crash that killed Senate candidate Gov. Mel Carnahan and his son Randy almost exactly two years ago, on Oct. 16, 2000, in Missouri. In that case, Carnahan defeated current Attorney General John Ashcroft, from the grave, and his wife, Jean Carnahan was appointed to the seat and is now running for a permanent term. With Wellstone's wife, Sheila, perishing with her husband in the plane crash, no such scenario is possible, but it's fairly certain that any replacement will be less unfavorable for the Republican party, at least in the long term.
Wellstone was up against Republican Norm Coleman, a former mayor of St. Paul and President Bush choice to challenge the two-term incumbent. Coleman immediately suspended all campaign activities.
The pilots called the Eveleth-Virginia airport to get clearance for landing when they were about seven miles out and they reported no problems, said Gary Ulman, who was on duty at the airport at the time.
When the plane didn't land, Ulman said, he took off in another plane to search for it. He soon saw smoke.
"The wreckage was scattered and fully engulfed in flames," Ulman said. "Just looking at it, it would take a miracle to survive it."
Another pilot, Don Sipola, said visibility in the area at the time was 2 1/2 miles, well above the one-mile minimum for a standard instrument landing. But he said the crash site was south of the normal approach path, so the plane must have deviated "for unknown and unexplained reasons."
Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, D-S.D., said Wellstone was the "soul of the Senate. He was one of the most noble and courageous men I have ever known." State Democratic Party chairman Mike Erlandson said Wellstone for years had been "the heartbeat" of the party. Before running for office, Wellstone was a professor and community organizer who fused the two passions in a course he taught at Carleton College in Northfield called "Social Movements and Grassroots Organizing." He stunned the political establishment by upsetting Republican Sen. Rudy Boschwitz in 1990. Afterward, left-leaning Mother Jones magazine called him "the first 1960s radical elected to the U.S. Senate."
Wellstone had pledged to stay for no more than two terms, but last year announced he would be running again. In February, he said he had been diagnosed with a mild form of multiple sclerosis but it wouldn't stop his campaign.
"He took pride every day in fighting on behalf of the people of Minnesota," he said.
He also took a special interest in the nation's poor, embarking on a "children's tour" in 1997 to focus attention on the need for social programs. He started in Mississippi, retracing a visit Robert F. Kennedy made to the poverty-stricken region in 1967, went through Appalachia and on to Chicago. Kennedy also may or may not have been assassinated by the same or different UDTT. Few are pointing out that the victims of most successful assassinations in the history of the US have been against relatively progressive individuals, from Lincoln, to JFK, to RFK, to MLK.
Liberal to the end, Wellstone cast his vote earlier this month against legislation to authorize the use of force in Iraq the only Democrat to go against Bush on the issue.
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