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Shehan Jay 5 months ago
Thats why they predicted, well more of a very educated close date to the sun actually running out of its resources. Maybe that is why our brain has been numbed down to only 10% usage so we cant question fight back etc idk its just a theory i came up with cause our sun affects our world wayy more than we know same goes for the moon. Oh one more thing dosnt the moon feel like a watch tower in a prison? IDK man haha your vids literally opened a ton of room in my brain for knowledge for than I THANK.
Shehan Jay 5 months ago
Hello, after watching basically most of your vids. I kinda of came up with my own conclusion. Which is WE as being on Earth is a complete illusion to whats real happening. Our sun is getting drained of its sources and like you said it could be a life form. Maybe which is why our sun started moving again cause it is getting to that point of losing all its resources. The mayans might have knew this or were told of them plans before hand of what actually is happening to the sun.
It's painful to read these and there are so many
err, in the water I mean
I work from home, so I spend a lot of time in coffee shops. There's a middle aged (maybe late 40s) kind of crusty hippie guy who sometimes does his work at the one I'm usually at. Two weeks ago I heard him lecturing some college kid on the hollow earth thing, and also on some 'new model of reality" that was entirely based on electricity, because electricity is REAL whereas all of the other sciences are just theory. It was going to change how humanity understood reality.
The next time I saw him, he'd started bringing a 17" monitor with him so he could have a dual monitor setup on his laptop.
This guys sounds awesome, all my coffee shops have are the occasional crazy person who talks to himself really loud.
my coffee shops only have hipsters and fat chicks :(
my coffee shop has coffee and more coffee and meth
The coffee shop with the real hipsters and hippies and weirdos is twice as far away and has the slowest wifi I've ever used, so I don't go there much anymore, even though it's kind of better.
I mean, there are at least 10 coffee shop withing an hours walk of my house, probably closer to 20. Providence has the highest number of coffee shops per capita in the USA according to Wikipedia, and I believe it.
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