Wednesday, March 26, 2008

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The Colour of Magic


Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic
I love me some Terry Pratchett fantasy. If you don't know about The Discworld yet, his hilarious books are full of great dialogue, social commentary and occult references.

How intelligent dinosaurs conquered the world



Thanks Posthuman Blues.

The Mind is a Liar and a Whore part 2


The Mind is a Liar and a Whore part 2

Terence McKenna: Psychedelics & Science


Terence McKenna - Seeking the Stone Excerpt

Dr Steven Greer?


Dr Steven Greer Practical Applications Unbounded Mind Part 1

I saw this guy on the shamelist of those awards I posted and thought wtf? This is the guy behind the Disclosure Project isn't he? He was one of the first regular UFO guys (not that into ufology so forgive the ignorance if there were many others before him) that made sense to me since I heard him talking about extradimensionality. Now I understand though hehe, Greer has gone all new agey on the UFO community's asses and that's not what the UFO community is for! Is it?! No they're here for UFO's, and if UFO's suddenly start getting extradimensional and you have to mix in meditation and all that they'll have nothing of it! We want UFOs, fuck the truth, "WE WANT TO BELIEVE!" :p After all, beliefs & intrests are meant to divide, not unite right ;p.
That being said though, who the hell can you take seriously anymore? I don't even take reality seriously anymore. So don't take this too seriously, I'm joking with a few sides of the spectrum here, all views are just as likely as there's little evidence to support each one.
Greer says there are no aliens abducting humans. It's the military lol. (I'm laughing but it's just as plausible as the 1569835416 other theories out there, do YOU know 2 people that think alike about this? I sure don't!). How do you define torture Cheney?! Cheney: "you mean oldschool or spaceship torture?" Calling goodlooking aliens good & ugly ass disgusting aliens evil is galactic racism he says, lol! Good point, though seriously, who'd wanna sit down and have dinner with a 7 foot slimey reptilian who might rape your daughter and eat your baby. That wasn't on the menu dude!
He also said he met with the Clintons but they didn't wanna get 'assassinated' LOL I have a hard time taking that seriously, the Clintons aren't good actors & they're also full of shit, so if you can't see through that BS I'll have some difficulty taking you seriously. He also thinks Gore is serious about Global Warming and cares :p It's possible! :p Oh right, and he runs meditation workshops, 1000 bucks of course - this is sacred (read expensive, sacred should be free right?) knowledge after all, and you can manifest ufo's & higher intelligence! Nevermind giving you the meditation instructions could take about 5 minutes :p. And the military will occasionally come take a peak with crazy cool weaponry on the latest craft. Now why the hell would you wanna see a light orb and have the military come look at it also? :p Oh right, to communicate with higher intelligence - who are pre-verbal :p (lol I jest. I know, I know :p still kidding here)- to learn... stuff. Oh btw, there isn't one picture or video from people who meditated with Greer that wanna prove it.
It's a good thing they are preverbal though, cause I can't read that channeled shit from Archangel Michael and his cousin from Seven planets left of the star cluster Nebukooka, they always start with: Beloved ones... Dearest ones... and they seem to use a lot of words saying absolutely NOTHING. Do your research higher intelligences, that shit don't fly here unless you're new agey!
Oh and speaking about extradimensionality, Greer fumbled that one too though when he claimed SETI had contact which was of course denied by SETI. I think the likelihood of extradimensional beings contacting us on radio frequencies is so hilarious, it's a good thing those dishes look cool, that's why we keep 'em.
I like to kid around about any version of reality, but I find all his theories just as likely as any other ufologist out there. And some I really like too, but that doesn't mean I'll believe 'em. It's like, throw the confetti up in the air and let's just have a good laugh at reality. Trickster archetype at work!
It might just be our own consciousness projecting itself to let us know we're not going the right way. Well damn you consciousness, you couldn't have projected a bit more a few thousands years ago? :p
(Please don't take offense. I'm kidding, the thousands of alternate online realities are just as silly and funny as consensus reality)

"Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it - even if I have said it - unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense." - The Buddha.

Even Buddha had no idea how fucking crazy reality would get though.

English mofo do ya speak it?

I learned the difference between much & many today. Thanks Cam lol. So I fuxored the poll. I voted for 5 since that had 3 votes, 20 had one, 10 had one :p I'll consider that at the end. Vote people, it matters here hehe.

Psychedelic Chemist Explores the Surreality of Inner Space, One Drug at a Time

Alexander Shulgin endured a government crackdown and hallucinations of his bones melting in pursuit of new mind-bending compounds. By David Biello.

Alexander Shulgin is the world's foremost "psychonaut." The 82-year-old chemist has not only created more of the 300 known consciousness-altering (or psychoactive) compounds than anyone living or dead, he has, by his own account, sampled somewhere between 200 and 250 of them himself—most of them cooked up in the musty lab behind his home in the hills east of Berkeley, Calif., where he has shared many a chemical voyage with his wife of 26 years, Ann.

"I take them myself because I am interested in their activity in the human mind. How would you test that in a rat or mouse?" says Shulgin, known to friends as Sasha.

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Thanks to the wonderful Philosophy-Explained blog

The Matrix - film analysis by Rob Ager


The Matrix - film analysis by Rob Ager 1


The Matrix - film analysis by Rob Ager 2

More Reviews by Rob Ager and his site

How to ruin a day at the Museum


Holy crap. Creationists at work. Or as I like to call them: devolutionists.

By the way, let's get hilariously political too :p
Devolution:
1. the process of declining from a higher to a lower level of effective power or vitality or essential quality
2. the delegation of authority (especially from a central to a regional government)