• Brought to my attention through a source.

    Positive Reptilian Contact group on FaceCrack uses CIA lingo to dismay anyone who's ever had a negative reptilian encounter

    "If you follow any conspiracy theories that the reptilian species (and there are hundreds) are out to dominate, harm, to 'take over the Earth'... you will be banned."

    That's not at all one-sided, is it? Doesn't anyone besides myself have a neutral view on this subject? All this 'good and bad' crap is a human way of thinking... and that's the problem with most humans pretty much.


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  • Remember what I said, all my life?...

    "Proof humans are "The beast": Humans are the only animals that intentionally create nuclear waste, and are afraid of their own bodies." Carbon atom: 6 protons, 6 neutrons, 6 electrons. Pretty obvious. 3D 'reality' is 'Hell' by its very existence.

    Go on, have your nuclear toys on the rough seas during global Earth changes... I welcome your fate and destiny.
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  • I really enjoy reading Psymon Marshall's reviews. :>
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  • Corporate Fake Video Virus Meme... Something something...

    22 Cringe Fail Life Hacks That Will Make You More Awkward.
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  • Exploding CDs Filmed with Spinning Slow Motion Camera | 330 000 FPS!
    Not the first time this has been done, but it's a beauty!
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  • If you thought humans were already planet killers... Read this report for a reason to do whatever it was you were only prepared to do "IF" things got this bad.

    Breaking: Japan says TEPCO will dump more than 1 million tons of radioactive water from Fukushima nuclear plant into Pacific Ocean | 10 Sept 2019 | Japan's environment minister announced Tuesday that the country will have to dump radioactive water from the Fukushima power plant into the ocean because it is running out of space, Reuters reported. According to Reuters, Tokyo Electric, or Tepco, has collected more than 1 million tonnes of contaminated water from the cooling pipes used to keep fuel cores from melting since the plant was crippled by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011. "The only option will be to drain it into the sea and dilute it," the minister, Yoshiaki Harada, told a news briefing in Tokyo...The government is awaiting a report from an expert panel before making a final decision on how to dispose of the radioactive water. (The Hill, Reuters)

    I told you (2011) they were just buying a few years time before the really BIG planet killing disaster kills everyone off. I was right, and I told you then I'd HATE being right in the future... and here we are... and I hate what humans have done to THE ENTIRE PLANET already! I seriously will take the side of ANY ET force that wants to 'fix' human cancer upon this planet. No problem, no fear, no worry - Just get this over with. This 'human experiment' is a TOTAL FAILURE! Whatever you think is 'important' right now, don't matter no more... AT ALL!
    Japan's environment minister says country will dump radioactive water from Fukushima into ocean
    Japan's environment minister announced Tuesday that the country will have to dump radioactive water from the Fukushima power plant into the ocean because it is running out of space, Reuters
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  • Another Dirty Room Niagara Falls : Mon Dieu! The Blood Soaked BIT O PARIS MOTEL
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  • Anime voices are bad enough (IMHO). But that AI turned that noise into a 'work of art' that even Merzbow could use. *Needs to remove the needles from his brain after hearing that demo*

    Neural Network Learns to Generate Voice (RNN/LSTM)

    Ref: Merzbow: Best album ever (still): Pulse Demon:
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  • The Mystic 'Spotted Lake'': Sacred Site with Therapeutic Waters In Canada
    Yup, it's one of our rather special ones. :>
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  • "I couldn’t have wished for a better introduction to the work of Purple Crow." Psymon Marshall.

    Purple Crow - Blue Grey.
    August 10, 2019

    Album: Blue Grey
    Artist: Purple Crow
    Label: Self-released
    Catalogue no: N/A

    1. Blue Grey
    2. Pipe
    3. Flowing
    4. Blue Grey (Radio edit)
    5. Pipe (Radio Edit)
    6. Flowing (Radio edit)

    You know you’re onto something when the first track (‘Blue Grey’) by this Canadian project opens with a shimmering plane of ebbing and flowing ringing tones that swing in from nowhere, hovers somewhere between your ears, and has the effect of transporting you outside yourself. You find yourself floating somewhere in the timeless interstitial spaces between being/non-being, knowing/not knowing, active/static. It’s a place where all states exist, and simultaneously where nothing happens. Here is where you swim, insensate and yet aware, existing in a condition of euphoria and beatitude, borne along by unfelt currents. All conditions pertain here: not only is there the feeling of bliss but it’s chased by an undercurrent tending towards chaos, a soft but insistent growling emerging through breaks in the roiling background. It’s not threatening, but it still carries a thrill of warning, signalling it shouldn’t be ignored.

    ‘Pipe’ steals in stealthily, a gentle humming occasionally broken by vibrating drones that hang suspended like motes in sunlight. As it progresses one imagines a blue sky against which white clouds drift past and evolve in slow motion, transforming, breaking apart, and reforming. Shapes and stories can read into the gradual billows and curls unfolding, expanding and contracting, revealing and hiding in a progressive unveiling. It’s a secret language, a natural one, the key to which could lift the obscuring curtain from our eyes to reveal the hidden things. Imperceptibly, however, the clouds grow greyer and darker, perhaps a note of caution that everything changes and nothing stays the same.

    In the last offering ‘Flowing’, a low bass drone flies in as from a distance, a granular buzz that, swirls, gyrates, and propels itself through the stratospheric heights above our heads, perhaps an obscure call from the remote cold and frigid boundaries. It’s an all-pervasive blanket of sound, embracing and enfolding, energising and invigorating. It’s the species of drone that seeps into the skin and settles, suffusing the system with a thrilling intensity. One cannot help but feel carried along with its flow, a liberating cascade of thoughts and feelings, letting the streams propel us wither it wants to roam. It’s exhilarating yet precarious, comforting but simultaneously disconcerting.

    These are scintillating creations, awash with subtle textural nuances and microtonic variations, always hovering somewhere between divine and earthy, free-flying and gravity-imprisoned. Each of the compositions lasts twenty minutes or longer, allowing each one to unfold gradually and logically, but never losing their focus or impetus. I found the suite as a whole strangely compelling, yin and yang in equal measure but with graduated shades in between. The art here though is that, despite an apparently limited palette, there’s still a sense of a broad spectrum of colour and detail, nuanced inevitably of course, but still there. I couldn’t have wished for a better introduction to the work of Purple Crow.

    (The final three tracks are shortened, edited versions specifically engineered for radio broadcast, a précis if you like of the full track.)

    Available as a digital download from:

    Psymon Marshall 2019
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