12 thoughts on “A NEEDLE…… IN A HAYSTACK.

  1. I’m putting this link here because it shows entertainment industry insiders exposing the dark hand and mind control side of the business. For instance I never really knew what happened to rising star comedian Dave Chappel…well he rapps out the answer at the end of the vid.

    PP – what do you think David Lynch’s main task is? Exposure? Revealing their inner works as required by their satanic religion? It’s certainly not to warn people in a healthy way as evidenced by the gratuitous and sensual indulgence of artistically rendered “horror.”

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    • I think part of Lynch’s task is to quell the Spirit…and attach people to lower astral..initiation into NWR.

      If you think about the target..schools, prisons, military etc….half his work is already cut out for him..already primed.

      Katy Perry sums it up in a nutshell in the video..she isn’t joking either.

      Thanks for that vid..excellent.

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      • I agree with that and would like to add this:

        If you spend many years watching David Lynch films (and paying attention) you pick up on some things that most people wouldn’t catch at first.
        First, he uses symbolism very heavily and very much on purpose. It is his way of telling the truth without necessarily giving it away (Hidden in Plain Sight was a theme in Twin Peaks). So if the scene is there, even if you don’t understand it, he does, and it is important to the story he is telling (which is usually not what you think the main plot is).
        Second, he is very proud of what he knows and is very willing to share it, albeit in a roundabout way; almost like he can’t help himself. It reminds me of the serial killers who are so proud of their “work” but can’t share it with the world (for obvious reasons) that, when finally found out, spill the beans in an almost gratuitous fashion. He isn’t going to do that, at least not so easily.
        Finally, his task:
        Running themes are very important because they show trends and tendencies. David Lynch has a couple of themes that run through most of his “work” and I think it would be safe to sum them up as the creation and absorption of garmonbozia (“pain and sorrow”), the power source for the dugpas. The darkness that permeates the things he produces is not what I would call a “one off”. It is very much on purpose (or targeted, as pebble mentioned) and seems to be guided by his masters. He is a dutiful servant of the left hand path, using Glamour (please research and understand the TRUE meaning of that word) to lure people to accept things that they might not normally allow in. The entertainment industry has been carefully crafted for this purpose (see Mulholland Drive). They can make who they want, when they want, famous (see Katy Perry, Russell Brand) the only string attached to that fame is that you do their bidding until they are done with you.
        Don’t be fooled by the smiling old man; watch Twin Peaks, look at his paintings, see his music video (crazy clown time) and understand the agenda.
        Bob exists, he is just hiding, in plain sight.

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  2. P.S.
    The concept of the “human battery” from the Matrix ties in directly with the harvesting of Garmonbozia. I think this is part of why David Icke is so obsessed with that movie and the concepts that it introduced. David Icke is a dugpa servant as well; a programmer, Exposing the “dreamworld” (the real world) and replacing it with his “real world” (the real nightmare) that doesn’t exist. Again, beware the smiling old man.

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    • The outrageous, oh-so-dark and ominous TRUE meaning of “glamour” would be? Besides of course that it stems from greek “gramma” (letter, character, scripture, book, inscription, painting, document, writing and reading of rudimentary knowledge/sciences)? Please, enlighten me. Or, to cite Albert Rosenfield (I guess that surname, too, presents you with another deeply earnest reason for highly ambitious and concerned “research”): “Get a life, p***!”

      PS: Pardon my french – and while we’re at it: Did anyone here know that “douche” is a french word? >;]

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      • Well, you must be french. Here’s another quote from ol’ Albert, I just replaced “Mr. Horne” with your name:

        “Mr. Jelip, I realize that your position in this fair community pretty well guarantees venality, insincerity, and a rather irritating method of expressing yourself. Stupidity, however, is not necessarily an inherent trait. Therefore, please listen closely -”

        You asked me to enlighten you so…

        Early in the history of English, the words “grammar” and “glamour” meant the same thing: the power to charm.

        From Etymonline:

        glamour
        1720, “magic, enchantment” (especially in phrase to cast the glamour), a variant of Scot. gramarye “magic, enchantment, spell,” alt. of Eng. grammar (q.v.) with a medieval sense of “any sort of scholarship, especially occult learning.”

        From Random House, Webster’s College Dictionary (see number 1 and number 3 and origin of):

        glam•ourˈglæm ər(n.)

        or glam•or

        1. the quality of fascinating, alluring, or attracting, esp. by a combination of charm and good looks.

        2.excitement, adventure, and unusual activity: the glamour of being an explorer.

        3. magic or enchantment; spell; witchery.

        4. (adj.)suggestive or full of glamour: a glamour job in television.

        Category: Common Vocabulary

        Origin of glamour:
        1710–20; earlier glammar, dissimilated var. of grammar in sense “occult learning”

        From Princeton’s WordNet (see number 2):

        glamor, glamour(verb)

        1. alluring beauty or charm (often with sex-appeal)

        2. hex, bewitch, glamour, witch, enchant, jinx(verb) cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something.

        So…? By the way, from my favorite book:

        Prov. 18:13 He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him.

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  3. Sure. I get it. Still – one last piece of advice: At least try to get names right. I mean, Werner von Braun? Could harm your credibility if you were to go on like that. And so on and so forth. Have fun studying your own grammar! Over and out for good.

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