Sunday, June 1, 2008

Alan Parsons Project - Eye in the Sky


Alan Parsons Project - Eye in the Sky

Don't think sorry's easily said
Don't try turning tables instead
You've taken lots of chances before
But I aint gonna give anymore
Don't ask me
That's how it goes
Cause part of me knows what you're thinkin'

Don't say words you're gonna regret
Don't let the fire rush to your head (kundalini? :p)
I've heard the accusation before
And I aint gonna take any more
Believe me
The sun in your eyes
Made some of the lies worth believing

I am the eye in the sky
Looking at you
I can read your mind
I am the maker of rules
Dealing with fools
I can cheat you blind
And I dont need to see any more
To know that I can read your mind
I can read your mind

Don't leave false illusions behind
Don't cry cause I aint changing my mind
So find another fool like before
Cause I aint gonna live anymore believing
Some of the lies while all of the signs are deceiving

Philip K. Dick and the Illuminati

Philip K. Dick and the Illuminati:
Monday night he [Dick] called me and said that the night before - Sunday - he'd been smoking some marijuana that a visitor had left, and felt himself entering that by-now-familiar state in which he had visions (generally not dope-related - unless you count Vitamin C as dope), and he said, "I want to see God. Let me see you."

And then instantly, he told me, he was flattened by the most extreme terror he'd ever felt, and he saw the Ark of the Covenant, and a voice (Voice?) said, "You wouldn't come to me through logical evidence or faith or anything else, so I must convince you this way." The curtain of the Ark was drawn back, and he saw, apparently, a void and a triangle with an eye in it [emphasis added], staring straight at him. (How prosaically I put all this down, especially when I pretty much believe it's true!) Phil said he was on his hands and knees, in absolute terror, enduring the Beatific Vision from nine o'clock Sunday evening until 5 A.M. Monday. He said he was certain he was dying, and if he could have reached the telephone he'd have called the paramedics. The Voice told him, in effect, "You've managed to talk yourself into disbelieving everything else (more gentle and suited for human consumption) I let you see, but this you'll never be able to forget or adapt or misrepresent."

Phil said that during the ordeal he said, "I'll never do dope again!" and the Voice said, "That's not the issue."

Later in the article the author talks about Phil seeing the vesica pisces on a girl's pendant, the day after I read that passage for the first time in VALIS I synchronistically saw an otherwise unmarked car with the symbol on it.

Read the entire article here

Aiwazz saying, would you like some awesome ebooks?

Aiwazzsaying has a crazy collection of awesome ebooks. The Adam Weishaupt pic is kinda disturbing though, here's a quote "Oh, foolish man, what can you not be made to believe?" Perhaps it's a warning to keep thinking. Check out Captain Marginal's other blogs too.

Authors include: G.I. Gurdjieff, PD Ouspensky, John Lilly, Terence McKenna, Aleister Crowley, Kenneth Grant, Christopher S. Hyatt, Israel Regardie, R. Buckminster Fuller, Alfred Korzybski, Robert Anton Wilson, Timothy Leary, and many more.

To download I suggest using the megaupload link (left click only).

This is from that blog too: The Ten Command-Rants!


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Thanks to Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford, and to Lon Milo DuQuette. (Supposed Illuminati Whistleblower Leo Zagami said in a recent interview (with possible disinfo-project Camelot... :p) Lon Milo DuQuette has been 'bought', I don't know about either person enough to make anything out of this, and yes I do appreciate the humor between everyone accusing everyone, it's fun.)
update: Lon Milo DuQuette dropped by in the comments.

Daily Dedroidify: At the Gates

A man who had studied much in the schools of wisdom
finally died in the fullness of time
and found himself at the
Gates of Eternity.

An Angel of light approached him and said, "Go no further,
O mortal, until you have proven to me your worthiness
to enter into Paradise!"

But the man answered, "Just a minute now. First of all,
can you prove to me this is a real Heaven and not just the
wishful fantasy of my disordered mind undergoing death?"

Before the angel could reply, a voice from inside the
gates shouted:
"Let him in - he's one of us!"

(from the Sufi)
Robert Anton Wilson: Cosmic Trigger