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News Briefs 08-05-2008

The time to awaken, is NOW.

Thanks Kat & Rick

Quote of the Day:

“To the land of the eagles its queen shall return
the prison of the Moon she’ll be required to break
guardians of other times at her side will come
and joined all together battle they will give.

Wandering sleepwalkers will see her move forth
and the only one awake her aid shall ask
The worst and the best for her will unite
and the water fom the heavens will cleanse them all

To rings of the past the present will be heard
but only in the silence her voice will be listened
and in case of deafness a sacrifice shall be had
whose light for millenia the path will shine”

From the book “Regina: 2 de Octubre no se olvida”,
by Antonio Velasco Piña

  1. Sasquatch hates Jesus!
    And he hates America,too – he hates us for our freedoms. We need to declare war on Bigfoot,ASAP…if we don’t kill them all, it’s only a matter of time before they blow up the Statue of Liberty!

  2. Castaneda’d.
    Regina is fiction I’m afraid, Kat. Myself and others have pointed out the inconsistencies and deceptions over at Reality Sandwich. Regina’s death is a parable of Jesus Christ (slain by authorities, buried in a cave, turned into a martyr), which isn’t surprising considering the depth of Mexico’s Catholic faith. Coincidentally, Carlos Castaneda’s fictional Teachings Of Don Juan was published in 1968. And I’m surprised no one has questioned the validity of a young Regina and her parents living in Lhasa, Tibet, at a time when very few foreigners were allowed to enter — if they survived the long and dangerous journey to get there. Heinrich Harrer definitely inspired the author for this part of his fictional tale.

    Red Pill Junkie, can you shed more light on this, being a Mexico City native? I’m sure 100’000 occultists, including Tibetan monks, being shot at by Mexican police at Teotihuacan would’ve made the 6 o’clock news. 😉

    1. Wha?
      >>Regina is fiction I’m afraid, Kat.

      Hehe. How’d my name make it into that sentence? Caffeine deficiency? Something I said? A figment? 😉

      I have faith that RPJ will soon tell us why he included whatever it is you’re on about.

      Kat

        1. Regina and the mysticism of 1968
          The reason why I chose to include a link about Regina, is because Kat provided me for a link about the events of Mexico 1968, and that reminded me about the book “Regina” written by Piña Velasco, that dealt with such events giving them a very interesting mystic approach. I think one of the ideas that inspired him was that among the many dead that shameful day, there was the body of a young woman wearing the offical uniform of the olimpic volunteers (we call them “edecanes” here in Mexico); I’ve never seen that photo but I know that was one of the main triggers for the entire novel.

          For the record I too think the history of Regina is fictional, but that’s beside the point. If anything, you have to at least recognize it is pretty amazing the “coincidences” of the terrible massacre that occurred in Tlatelolco square before the Olimpic games of 1968, then a book that links such events with the chinese invasion to Tibet, and THEN, 40 years later, the chinese are about to celebrate the first olimpic games of their own amid social revolts and repression caused by people who wish more freedoms in Tibet.

          How about that, huh?

          I read this book about 10 years ago, and you have to understand that was before democracy had entered Mexico, we were still under the rule of the official party, and had been so for the last 75 years. I do believe many people thought as I did back then, that Mexico was about to wake up.

          In fact, my cousin Fernando —the one who recommended me to read the book— and I even theorized that the people behind the campaign of Vicente Fox —the opposition candidate in the 2000 election that eventually wonthe election and became the first non-Pri president inthe history of Mexico— used the idea of “Regina” to impulse Fox’s campaign. The reason whe thought that was because in the book, there’s a part where Regina and his friends have to shout the name of Mexico 3 times, in order to awaken the people; and in many of Fox’s TV commercials in the background you could hear the voices of many people shouting “Mexico” 3 times too! Coincidence? Maybe, but still Fox marketed himsel as the president of change. And boy did we fell for it 🙁

          So, there you have it. In the end I think Velasco captured some essencial truth about all the social upheaval of the 60s, the idea that there are people trying to wake up all the rest of men and women who live their lives as if they were sleepwalkers. That’s the important part, not if the novel is pure fabrication or not.

          —–
          It’s not the depth of the rabbit hole that bugs me…
          It’s all the rabbit SH*T you stumble over on your way down!!!

          Red Pill Junkie

          1. Cheers RPJ
            Thanks mucho for the info, RPJ.

            The story was posted at Reality Sandwich as a factual account of real people and events, and that’s the problem. The issue isn’t whether the story is true or not, but that the reader isn’t informed. Which is a shame, because readers who are aware of the story’s fiction find it’s message and themes no less powerful than those who think it is fact.

            We don’t like to be deceived by our governments and authorities — storytellers and mystics are no less accountable for the truth.

            As John Lennon sang, “Just gimme some truth!”

            And as WB Yeats wrote, “In dreams begin responsibility.”

          2. V for Vendetta
            As Eve tells V about her father, writers use lies to tell the truth.

            —–
            It’s not the depth of the rabbit hole that bugs me…
            It’s all the rabbit SH*T you stumble over on your way down!!!

            Red Pill Junkie

          3. Nup, totally disagree.
            Nup, totally disagree.

            The words that have had the most impact on society have more often than not come from the imagination and mythology. Milton, Blake, Dickens, the Bronte sisters, James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, George Orwell, JRR Tolkien, JK Rowling. Are their words any less powerful for being fiction? Of course not. The Alchemist by Paolo Coelho is complete fiction, but it’s mystic and mythic story has resonated with millions.

            So I completely disagree about the Regina story. It was deceitful to post it at Reality Sandwich as a factual account.

            Afterall, we don’t like it when Bush Co. obfuscates the facts do we? 😉

          4. Reality Sandwich
            I wans’t talking about the Reality Sandwich post, Rick, but about fiction writers in general, and the use of their imagination to tell something very real about the world we live in; and about ourselves.

            —–
            It’s not the depth of the rabbit hole that bugs me…
            It’s all the rabbit SH*T you stumble over on your way down!!!

            Red Pill Junkie

          5. Yep
            I thought you were disagreeing with my post, using the quote to justify the Regina hoax at RS. Heh, my mind is mush this week — attributing news to Kat, misreading posts. I hope Anonymous doesn’t post about Global Warming!

            In dreams begin responsibility — if the reader is aware a work is fiction from the start, then it isn’t a lie. Honesty is the first step towards truth.

  3. Multiple Earth moons
    Actually, Earth still has multiple moons.

    A little known or discussed fact.

    From memory, there are 2 other ‘moons’, although I think they should more accurately be classed as moonlets, due to their diminutive size.

    I’ve tried to search for an online resource that details this, but without success as my search terms are just bringing up the current news story.

    If anyone finds any info, perhaps they can post here for reference.

    yer ol’ pal,

    Xibalba
    (This post was brought to you by “Realm of the Dead”)

    ** UPDATE **


    Found it here.

    1. not sure but…
      I dimly remember something about that. These other moons are sharing the same orbit, sort of trailing earth. Not going around earth in an obvious way, like the big one. Or like the many artificial ones.

      I found this and also also this.

      —-
      if everything is under control, you are not going fast enough (Mario Andretti)

    1. gracias
      Thanks, took me a while to make a decent translation 🙂

      —–
      It’s not the depth of the rabbit hole that bugs me…
      It’s all the rabbit SH*T you stumble over on your way down!!!

      Red Pill Junkie

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