Blog notes, welcome Steve

I am experiencing something that all CPAs know about … spring. I don’t do near the volume of work I once did, but even so have been bogged down in accounting-style work lately. But it is done now, and the weather outside is nice, the place is greening up, the smell of the mountains is intoxicating. Every CPA in the country is having similar feelings now, even those in the boroughs of New York. It’s almost over, for a year anyway. It is spring.

I have been feeling new energy, and want to get back into the work we were doing before the Mathis attack, before we lost Straight. I still have off to the side here the lists we were working on of potential candidates for fake death and reincarnation, lifetime actors as they call them over at Gnostic Media, or “Zombies.” This is the work that draws the most skepticism from readers, and the work that convinced me that this world just isn’t what we think it is. As the bumper stick says, everything we know is wrong.

I have a couple of matters to clear off the platter, and then will dive in again, re-examining old work with better technology and bringing some new stuff to light.

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We know that Sharon Tate did not die that night, but was she even pregnant?

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A remarkable set of photos were taken of actress Sharon Tate prior to her alleged death on August 9, 1969. These photos bear closer scrutiny, but first some more basic questioning of assumptions. And please be advised that if you click to go beneath the fold, there will be one gory photo, a fake one, but gory.

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Kendall Jenner: A big nothing

AB over at Fakeologist is kind enough now and then to highlight some of our work here, and I merely wanted to return the favor. His piece, Kendall Jenner media storm caught my eye, and watching the Pepsi commercial in the linked Toronto Sun piece absolutely freaked me. It is loaded with visual and musical subliminal imagery. I would take time here to analyze the commercial in detail, but two things stop me: One, it is a commercial and so is insidious propaganda to begin with, and two, it is Pepsi, which I regard to be a poison.

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Human Head Transplant Procedure Ahead of Schedule

Last year there was a minor media frenzy over plans by Dr. Sergio Canavero to do the first human head transplant on Russian wheelchair user Valery Spiridonov.   http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3965054/Surgeon-world-s-human-HEAD-transplant-says-operation-place-UK-year.html#ixzz4dTKOGwl2

Somebody beat Dr. Canavero to the punch.  It appears that an unknown surgeon, or perhaps an AI robot, has successfully replaced the head of former president Barack Obama onto the body of President Donald Trump.

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JFKTV: Segment Seven

Police Procedural in Black and White

At police headquarters, the press swarmed inside and breathlessly reported on every detail they could pry loose from the men in charge, especially Chief Curry. These encounters with the police took place within the final hours that the public at large would hold police departments in trust. The behavior and statements made by Curry illuminate just how disorganized police departments appeared to be. The gross negligence that allowed Ruby to shoot Oswald would be the final nail in the coffin. Erosion of trust in prestigious institutions started in the basement of the Dallas courthouse. By the time the demolition was completed with the resignation of Richard Nixon, the country would be left in a smoking ruin of a culture. Only the carefully orchestrated rise of the actor Ronald Reagan and the neo conservative cultural values his handlers had him promote would give the culture any reference points upon which to rebuild a coherent cultural progression, and those would be revealed in time to be overtly fascist. Continue reading

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What is the true purpose of the fake Russian hacking story?

“This anti-Russian card is being played in the interests of some political forces inside the United States with an aim to strengthen and consolidate their position.” (Vladimir Putin)

Putin is, of course, saying something that is true. But he is in the awkward position of being an official “enemy” in our domestic propaganda system, so his words are automatically disbelieved.

The Russian hacking story won’t die, which means it is being kept alive with a purpose. It is nonsense, but set that aside. For what purpose?

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Avast, We Scurvy Dogs!

This essay contains medical information that might be construed as advice. It is not, but rather just long-winded opinion. Read it at your own risk.

Zombies on the Brain

In this piece I will proffer a novel thesis. And like every argument, I start from certain premises—things that one accepts without trying to prove.

I hold this truth to be self-evident: that the most awesome of all movie monsters ever are sword-wielding skeletons. I will drop anything to watch the scene from the 1963 classic Jason and the Argonauts in which the Claymation Dynamation skeletons rise from the soil to attack Jason and his men. I also stipulate to the nearly equal awesomeness of CGI skeletons. [Edit: see comments below]

The other cinematic monsters leave me cold. Vampires? They suck. Werewolves? What’s the big hairy deal? Mummies? There’s more wick than wickedness about them. Godzilla and Rodan? Hardly rad to me. You can keep your demon-possessed dolls, your poltergeists, and your ghosts. The Terminator is alright, but just because under the ugly Arnold-skin is a bitchin’ metallic skeleton. Continue reading

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Farewell Josh

Our friend Josh (aka Daddieuhoh) has opted to take his leave from POM, following Straight, but leaving on a positive note. His new blog, Cutting Through the Fog, linked below, will be interesting.

There are not many interesting blogs out there. Most are caught up in politics and news, hashing and rehashing the same subjects that have diverted our attention for the entire postwar era, to no end. They are boring. Our list of links is a short one. It used to be much longer.

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Jesus faked his death (and is twins)

On the crossThe events of year 33 AD (note the number) were scripted. Let’s go back to the beginning.

Jesus Christ arrived in Jerusalem to great fanfare, riding in on an ass and enjoying the adulation of fans. We don’t know when that procession took place, however. It could easily have happened any time in the preceding weeks, perhaps months. All that was necessary was for various players to be in place to carry out their parts of the play. Later confusion would allow writers to place the events in a compressed time frame. That is how these events are often stage-managed. Continue reading

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Cutting Through the Fog

It is with heavy heart and no small amount of hand-wringing that I am announcing my departure from Piece of Mindful. I will henceforth be blogging at CuttingThroughTheFog.com. My decision does not stem from any ill will towards Mark or anybody else here. Everyone has been nothing but gracious and supportive towards me, so I have nothing to complain about. I like this little community, and I intend to remain active here in comments (time permitting). At the end of the day, the problem is that I’m a control freak, and I simply don’t feel in control here. So I decided to start my own blog. In other words, PoM, “it’s not about you, it’s about me.”

I invite all of you to come check out my first post, “Shattered by Choice” and to subscribe to the blog. I expect I’ll be posting infrequently, but I hope that when I do write something you will find it worth reading.

[Edit: this is not an April Fool’s joke.]

 

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